NCM said wind speeds could reach up to 45 km/hr.
The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology, NCM, has urged motorists to be cautious due to low horizontal visibility caused by fog in various coastal and inland areas of the country.
In a statement on Tuesday, the NMC said that wave heights are expected to be between 4 to 6 reaching 7 feet offshore until 6:30 am Wednesday, adding that wind speeds could reach up to 45 km/hr.
Ras Al Khaimah police also transported about 170 other people from the mountains after they were stranded.
The NCM has expected that the volatile weather may remain likely today with rainfall of different intensities over most areas of the country, associated with thunder activity at times and hailstones fall.
Popular spots such as the Buhairah Corniche and Sharjah beach saw people capitalising on the opportunity that the change in weather gave.
Emirati national, Omar Al Saedi, shared a video on Twitter showing Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed taking the wheel.
The police have urged residents to remain cautious and avoid visiting mountainous areas and valley
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