Sunny and Warm Weather Across the UAE, with Low Clouds and Rain Forecasted in Fujairah

As the new week begins, UAE residents can anticipate warm Weather combined with varying cloud cover, alongside the possibility of rain in select areas on Monday.

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has projected sunny skies across the UAE, with intermittent clouds expected to dot the horizon. The eastern coast, particularly Fujairah, is likely to witness the formation of low clouds during the morning hours. As the day progresses, the Weather has the potential for rain-bearing clouds to develop in Fujairah increases, leading to anticipated showers in parts of the region.

The humidity levels are projected in the Weather to rise during the night and into Tuesday morning, resulting in the likelihood of fog and mist formation in coastal and internal areas such as Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, and Al Ain. The humidity is forecasted to peak at 90 per cent at the Weather.

Throughout the day, brisk winds are expected to prevail, maintaining a speed range of 15 – 25 km/h and occasionally reaching up to 50 km/h.

The wind patterns are predicted to carry dust and sand particles into the atmosphere, particularly as cloud activity intensifies, potentially causing reduced horizontal visibility.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution while driving, as the swirling dust may impede visibility. Individuals susceptible to allergies are also encouraged to take necessary precautions when venturing outdoors.

The highest humidity levels are anticipated to reach 85 per cent.

Average temperatures for the day are set to be in the high 30s, with maximum temperatures soaring to 47°C and minimum temperatures potentially plummeting to 24°C. Presently, Dubai is experiencing temperatures of 28°C, accompanied by predominantly sunny conditions.

In the Arabian Gulf, a moderate calmness in the conditions is projected.

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