The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has expected that the weather on Tuesday will be fair to partly cloudy. Low clouds will appear over the Eastern coast by morning and some convective clouds may form over the mountains by afternoon. Humid by night and Wednesday morning with a probability of fog or mist formation northward. Light to moderate northeasterly to northwesterly winds, freshening at times causing blowing dust during daytime, with a speed of 18–30, reaching 40km/hour. The sea will be moderate in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in Oman Sea.
The death toll in Germany has risen to at least 103.Germany's most read daily newspaper, Bild, headlined its front page "Floods of Death" after heavy rain fell in several regions of the country.
Police put the toll from the hard-hit Ahrweiler area of western Germany's Rhineland-Palatinate state at 110 and said they feared the number may still rise. In neighbouring North Rhine-Westphalia state, Germany's most populous, 45 people were confirmed dead, including four firefighters.
Social media users documented cars partially submerged in southwest London, with more heavy rain falling, as thunderstorms made their way across southeast Britain.
The Raining Street will have a boulevard setting filled with street cafe, casual dining restaurants, retail outlets, fashion and souvenir shops. It will also host as many as 51 year-round European festivals that will enthral local and international tourists.
According to reports from the UAE National Center for Metrology, the highest temperature recorded in the country on Sunday was 51º Celcius in Mezaira at 12:45pm.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said, “Moderate to heavy rain over Um Ghafa, Khatam Al Shaklah, Al-Dhahir and nearby areas in Al Ain was experienced.
A slum was battered in Delhi's ITO. In fact, dramatic visuals show how a house there crumbles like a pack of cards as eyewitnesses shout to alert the inhabitants to flee.
Houses in Yemen's UNESCO-listed Old City of Sanaa are collapsing under heavy rains, as months of floods and storms assail a country already reeling from war, food shortages and disease.