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A video grap shows the lightning strike on Burj Khalifa.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, published breathtaking videos of the weather in Dubai on Saturday on his Instagram stories.
Sheikh Hamdan’s video shows a sudden burst of lightning which appears to be striking the peak of Burj Khalifa
One of the videos shared show the Burj Khalifa in a timelapse with the clouds, while another one shows his Mercedes parked in the rain
Sheikh Hamdan is an avid nature lover. He often shares his social activities on Instagram.
The weather in the UAE over the past couple of days has been unstable. Several roads were closed due to flash floods. Motorists were urged to exercise caution.
Popular spots such as the Buhairah Corniche and Sharjah beach saw people capitalising on the opportunity that the change in weather gave.
Mohammed also praised New Zealand’s communities for their solidarity with their Muslim neighbours against the hate crime.
Chan said he is impressed with the high quality of the filming infrastructure in Dubai and the support he has received for shooting his new movie.
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.
On Saturday, as over 100 countries pledged to triple renewables and reduce dependence on fossil fuels, the International Solar Alliance (ISA) announced a groundbreaking financing initiative aimed at unlocking commercial capital for solar power.
The UAE on Tuesday at COP28 announced the launch of the Industrial Decarbonisation Roadmap with the aim of reducing industrial carbon emissions by 2.9 gigatonnes cumulatively until 2050.
Sheikh Mohammed commends international space agencies for their vital role in advancing knowledge and solutions for environmental protection and sustainable development. First-of-its-kind event brings together representatives of more than 20 international space agencies
Voting for the Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC) elections got off to a spirited start on Tuesday, both online at the dedicated website www.eccs.shj.ae and in-person, at nine polling centres spread across the emirate.