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The UAE National Center of Meteorology (NCM) informed the public about the possibility of a tropical cyclone formation in the Arabian Sea.
According to NMC, the cyclone is likely to form on coming Thursday (Oct.24).
The probability of the cyclone happening ranges from 48-72 hours, which was categorised as low on the NMC bulletin.
For medium it is between 72-96 hours and for high it ranges from 96-120 hours.
The NCM will be providing more updates accordingly.
Meanwhile, some parts of the UAE including Masafi and Wadi Al Abadleh / Wadi Sidr reported light to moderate rain on Sunday.
On the other hand patches of fog covered Al Dhaid, Sharjah Airport, Swiehan and Al Maktoum International Airport, today.
The lowest temperature recorded over the country on Sunday morning was 18.3ºC over Jais Mountain at 06:15am, reported the NMC.
The NCM said Saturday would be cloudy with a chance of scattered rain starting in the morning over the islands, gradually approaching the coasts and the Northern regions in the afternoon.
Residents in UAE need not worry about the threats Cylone Kyarr may pose as the NCM has announced that the cylone is not going to have any direct impact on the country.
NCM shared videos showing towering dust swirls over the ridges in wet and windy conditions.
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