Tuesday, 25 June 2024
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Weather in the UAE is predicted to bring more rain

  • According to the National Centre of Meteorology, there will be more rain in some areas of the UAE this week.
  • Tuesday is expected to have a risk of rain and a drop in temperature over some coastal locations, according to the NCM.
  • The NCM predicts that light rain will be probable on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

According to the National Centre of Meteorology, there will be more rain in some areas of the United Arab Emirates this week. On Monday, April 22, light to moderate rain is forecast, and there is a possibility of heavier showers on Tuesday.

The announcement is made as a large portion of the nation gets over the storms that caused havoc last week. Fair to partly overcast conditions with occasional light to moderate rain and rising temperatures are predicted for today’s weather.

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Tuesday is expected to have a risk of rain and a drop in temperature over some coastal locations, according to the NCM. The NCM predicts that light rain will be probable on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

However, the weather forecast app Windy indicates that it appears doubtful that Dubai would receive much of the rain. It predicts that Dubai‘s temperatures will reach their highest point of 33°C on Monday and Tuesday, after which they will gradually drop to 30°C on Thursday and Friday.

In Abu Dhabi, where Monday’s high temperature of 33°C is likely to be followed by a drop in temperature for the remainder of the week, not much rain is predicted.

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