A videograb shows rain in Al Ain.
Emad Eddin Khalil, Staff Reporter
Moderate rain was witnessed in separate areas of the country on Tuesday.
Light rain was experienced at 3pm on Malaqet and Umm Ghafa in Al Ain.
The highest temperature in the UAE was recorded at 48.4°C in Bada Dafas, Al Dhafra Area at 15:45pm, while lowest temperature in the country, was recorded at 23.8°C at Jabal Al Haban in Fujairah at 1:30am.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) urged motorists to be careful while driving during rain, and with the lack of horizontal visibility, due to rain and dust storm.
Residents have been advised to stay away from the valleys due to unstable weather.
The centre expected that Wednesday's weather will be clear and dusty at times during the day, with the formation of low clouds on the eastern coast in the morning, and cumulus clouds in the east in the afternoon.
“The weather will be humid on Wednesday night and Thursday morning over some coastal areas.
The sea is expected to be light in the Arabian Gulf and in the Oman Sea.
Thursday's weather, according to the centre will be clear and dusty at times during the day with low clouds on the east coast in the morning.
It will be humid on Thursday night in some coastal areas.
Friday's weather is expected to be clear and dusty at times during the day, with low clouds on the east coast in the morning.
In the afternoon it will be partly cloudy in the east with a slight rise in temperatures.
The weather will be humid on Friday night and Saturday morning in some coastal areas, according to NCM.
Heavy to moderate rain was experienced in several areas of the UAE on Thursday, bringing the mercury down by a few notches. Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Ajman, Sharjah, and Dubai witnessed heavy rain.
Rainfall hits parts of Al Ain and Hamim in Al Dhafra.
Al Ain Downtown, Khatm Al Shiklah, Al Hili, Al Jimi, Al Sarooj, Al Ain city centre witnessed good rain.
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