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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) expected Monday's weather to be clear to partly cloudy in general and dusty at times, and temperature to rise.
NCM also expected the weather to be wet on Tuesday morning and night in some coastal and inland areas, with the possibility of light fog formation.
Monday's winds, according to the NCM, will be southeasterly to northeasterly, light to moderate, at a speed of 10 to 20, amounting to 30 kilometres/h, and the sea will be light in the Arabian Gulf and in the Sea of Oman.
Tuesday's weather will be clear to partly cloudy in general, dusty at times, and humid at night and on Wednesday morning in some internal areas, the NCM reported.
Winds will be southeasterly to northeasterly, turning to northwesterly, light to moderate, gradually activating at night and early in the morning at a speed of 15 to 25, amounting to 40 kilometres/h, NCM added.
The sea is expected to be light to moderate, gradually turbulent during the night and on Wednesday morning in the Arabian Gulf, and light in the Sea of Oman.
Wednesday's weather is expected to be clear to partly cloudy in general and dusty at times, with a noticeable drop in temperatures.
It will be humid at night and on Thursday morning over some internal areas, with the possibility of fog or light fog formation.
Wednesday's winds will be northwesterly, light to moderate, active to sometimes strong at sea, stirring dust, at a speed of 15 to 30, amounting to 50 kilometres/h, and the sea will be turbulent to very turbulent in the Arabian Gulf and moderate to turbulent in the Sea of Oman.
Thursday’s weather, according to the NCM, will be clear to partly cloudy in general, dusty at times, and humid at night and on Friday morning in some internal areas. Winds will be northwesterly, moderate to active and strong at times at sea, at a speed of 15 to 30, amounting to 55 kilometres/h, stirring dust. The sea will be very turbulent to turbulent in the Arabian Gulf and turbulent in the Sea of Oman, NCM reported.
Strong and dust-stirring southerly to south-easterly winds at 40 km/h blew on various parts of the UAE on Thursday, causing horizontal visibility to drop to less than 3,000 metres sometimes in some inland areas for 7 hours.
The National Centre of Meteorology has warned residents over poor visibility, and urged motorists to drive carefully and within the speed limit.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) predicts Friday’s weather to be fair in general and partly cloudy at times. Clouds may appear eastward, become convective by afternoon, with an increase in temperature.
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