A tropical storm is building up in the Arabaian Sea is is likely to hit UAE on Sept.25, according to the data realsesd by National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) on Sunday.
Researchers recruited more than 13,000 people from across the UK with long-term health conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and neuropathic pain, to investigate whether bad weather can make pain worse.
Residents in UAE need not worry about the threats Cylone Kyarr may pose as the NCM has announced that the cylone is not going to have any direct impact on the country.
Deep snow blocked some roads and damaged power lines, disrupting life in the region, besides air traffic being hit. The Met forecasts rain starting Thursday night and continuing on Friday.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said that the weather on Thursday would be partly cloudy to cloudy by noon with a chance of rainfall at first westward spread gradually over scattered areas of the country.
Sharjah residents were seen collecting hailstones after the Emirate experienced a hailstorm. Streaks of lightning blazed across UAE skies, including the Sharjah’s Buhairah Corniche, where traffic was thin on Sunday.
Researchers from Britain and the US studied the number of deaths from injuries on a state-by-state basis for every year between 1980 and 2017.
Thick fog covered various parts of the country on Monday morning, dimming the horizontal visibility to a very low level in the inland and middle areas. It prevailed across Madinat Zayed in Al Dhafra Region, Sweihan, and Abu Dhabi-Al Ain Road.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) expects that the country during the month of January will see a number of surface depressions extending from west to east, and will occasionally be affected by the Red Sea depression,