UAE weather: Meteorology warns of more rain in the Emirates that will continue for several days

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Weather in the United Arab Emirates: The forecast predicts more rain in the Emirates, which should last for several days.

You should be aware that the United Arab Emirates is expected to see further rain beginning on Monday.

An expert has identified the regions expected to experience showers ranging from mild to moderate intensity over the next two days.

An important message from meteorologists to UAE residents regarding rain.

This is a critical message from meteorologists to the UAE people regarding the showers.

The meteorological authority of the United Arab Emirates has informed the public that the next showers will not cause any cause for alarm and that the rains that are expected to fall will "not even be comparable" to the incident that occurred the previous week.

The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) has informed that there is currently no reason to be concerned about the weather, despite the possibility of light to moderate rain on Monday evening and additional rainfall forecast in certain regions of the Emirates the next day.

Dr. Ahmed Habib, a climate expert who works for the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), stated that there is no reason to be concerned because the current condition does not contain any severe rainfall for any reason.

This occurrence is not comparable to that of the previous week. As clouds move from the western shore towards the United Arab Emirates, it is not going to be a very intense storm; rather, it will be considered mild.

After the storms on Tuesday caused devastation, the nation is preparing for fresh rainy conditions to begin on Monday. These storms broke records for intensity and rainfall.

This was the most major rainfall event that has occurred in the United Arab Emirates in the preceding 75 years. Torrential rainfall enveloped the United Arab Emirates, known for its dry climate, marking an exceptional occurrence.

Rainfall exceeding 100 millimeters in a span of twenty-four hours caused unprecedented flooding in the seven emirates. This flooding had an impact on roadways, residential areas, and essential infrastructure.

Emirates weather: For several days in the Emirates, rain falls.

"There is a possibility of a little bit of rain or drizzle. As these clouds move into Abu Dhabi, we anticipate light rainfall. After that, they will move eastward towards the highlands, where cloud formation may result in a little more than moderate rainfall only in mountainous regions. The cloud cover will move away from the United Arab Emirates and towards Oman on Wednesday morning, according to Dr. Habib.

UAE weather on Monday.

The forecast predicts that precipitation will start at noon on Monday and that cloud cover will gradually increase and stay throughout the night. It is possible that there will be moderate rain in the east throughout the entire day of Tuesday, particularly throughout the day.

Tomorrow and the day following, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will experience an increase in temperature across the board, and then on Wednesday, the temperature will decrease by between five and seven degrees.

UAE weather on Tuesday.

Tuesday is likely to be partly cloudy with probable showers in various parts of the country, according to the National Climate Service's most current five-day prediction. Additionally, temperatures in certain coastal regions are expected to be lower than average.

UAE weather: Temperature drop on Wednesday.

There will be a decrease in temperature on Wednesday in the UAE, temperatures will drop.

After a temperature drop of between five and seven degrees, it is anticipated that the weather condition will improve by Wednesday.

UAE weather: rainfall in Dubai and Sharjah.

In the United Arab Emirates, there is precipitation in Dubai and Sharjah.

The senior meteorologist went on to say, "Dubai and Sharjah do have chances of light to moderate rain," in response to a question about whether or not the rainfall could have an impact on the two cities. In fact, mild temperatures will be closer to the mountains. Additionally, there is a possibility of precipitation in the cities of Ras Al Khaimah and Umm Al Quwain, which are located in the northern region of the country.

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