Heavy rain was witnessed on separate areas across the UAE on Monday, while dust-stirring winds blew at 40 km/h. Light rain started falling at 11:49am on Dibba in Fujairah, turning to heavy on Alhala, Al Bidya, Masafi-Dibba Road, Kadra, Asafni and other areas in Ras Al Khaimah.
The lowest temperature of 10˚C was recorded in Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah at midnight and 7am on Friday, while the highest temperature of 31.6˚C was recorded on the same day in Kalba in Sharjah at 11am UAE local time.
His Highness called for supplicating Allah to send rain, mercy and abundance upon the country and its people.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) stated that the weather in the country might witness fluctuations for a period of four days, starting from Sunday until Wednesday.
“Due to the current unstable weather conditions, Sharjah City Municipality announces the temporary closure of all parks in the city. The parks will be open again to the public after the end of the unstable weather.”
“Motorists are encouraged to take time before their journey to review weather forecasts and reports through accredited media and the competent authorities in the country to avoid traffic accidents,” he advised.
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.
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.
Heavy rain was witnessed in several areas of the UAE on Wednesday, bringing down the temperature by a few notches. Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah, and Dibba — Masafi
The NCM also advised people to stay away from flooded valleys. The lowest temperature of 24.4˚C was recorded at 02:30am local time on Monday in Ras Ghanada in Abu Dhabi, while the highest temperature of 49.1˚C was recorded in Abu Dhabi.