Rains of different intensity continued to fall in most of the country on Tuesday due to an extension of surface low pressure, associated with an upper air trough northwest that has been affecting the country since last week,
The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has issued weather alerts in some parts of the UAE, urging motorists and residents to remain cautious.
Rains of different intensities and hail fell on separate areas across the UAE on Tuesday as a result of the country being affected by an air depression coming from northern India and southern Pakistan towards the Sultanate of Oman.
Popular spots such as the Buhairah Corniche and Sharjah beach saw people capitalising on the opportunity that the change in weather gave.
The Ministry of Interior called on motorists to be cautious while driving due to the unstable weather conditions.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) expects temperatures to drop by an average of 7 to 10°C, as of Tuesday and Wednesday.
In cooperation with local departments, Sheikh Mohammed directed that arrangement be made in hotels near flood-hit areas to accommodate all affected families, as well as those living in areas that may pose a danger to their residents during heavy rain.
The UAE Cabinet has directed all federal departments working in Sharjah, RAK and Fujairah, that their non-essential employees work remotely on Thursday and Friday.
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 Met Office said there was a 50-percent chance of temperatures topping 40°C (104 degrees Fahrenheit) for the first time on Monday or Tuesday, and an 80-percent chance that the country's previous record of 38.7°C set in 2019 will be exceeded.