According to the National Center Of Meteorology-NCM, the temperature dropped to as low as 8.2°C on Thursday morning at the UAE’s highest peak Jabel al Jais Mountain in Ras Al Khaimah.
The #lowest_temperature recorded over the country this morning was 8.2 °C in Raknah at 06:45 AM.
— المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) November 15, 2019
As the winter chill is fast approaching, Rain is expected in Dubai and Sharjah in the coming week. Clouds will be dominant on Monday with swirls of dust blowing in exposed areas.
The weather conditions will not be frequently changing and the temperature is foreseen to range from 28°C to 33°C inland, 27°C to 32°C along the coast and in the mountains 21°C to 27°C.
Moreover, Humidity is forecasted to increase in the midnight to dawn hours. Estimated to vary from a comfortable 39 percent to 90 percent, rarely dropping below a dry 20 percent.
The National Weather Service For Dubai, UAE is reporting Wednesday 20th November to be the heaviest rainfall day the next week with over 4.2mm of rainfall forecasted. Wednesday is also expected to be extremely windy with 20 km/hr-30 km/hr a few hours before the raindrops hit the ground.
As a safety precaution keep umbrellas in your car and carry them along with you to avoid inconvenience and viral infections on the rainy days foretold.
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