NCM releases graphic details of the movements of the Cyclone Kyarr. WAM
Residents in UAE need not worry about the threats Cylone Kyarr may pose as the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) has announced that the cylone is not going to have any direct impact on the country.
According to an NCM statement, Cyclone Kyarr - which deepened into category 1 type tropical cyclone on Friday - has estimated wind speeds of 140-150 km/hr, with intense convective rain clouds.
The cyclone is very likely to move west-northwestward towards the centre of the Arabian sea over the next 24 hours, and is expected to intensify to a category 2 type tropical cyclone, the NCM added.
According to NMC the cyclone is likely to form on coming Thursday (Oct.24).
The National Centre of Meteorology, NCM, has called on drivers to take all precautions and follow the traffic regulations regarding of convective clouds formation associated with rainfall and fresh winds causing blowing dust and sand.
The National Centre of Meteorology, NCM, has called on drivers and pedestrians to take all necessary precautions when on roads due to blowing dust and sand causing poor horizontal visibility.
The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) expects that the weather will remain cloudy in the country, with the possibility of some light to medium rainfall during the next three days, beginning on Sunday, especially on the sea and the islands.
GCAA said only passenger flights carrying UAE residents and visitors wishing to return back to their respective home countries have been temporarily allowed after ensuring all relevant precautionary measures required by the Ministry of Health and Prevention have been taken.
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