Traffic remained normal and there were no accidents reported.
Densely populated regions on the banks of two main rivers in the state, which are overflowing because of incessant rainfall in the last 24-48 hours, are among the worst hit.
Sand storm and heavy to moderate rain were reported from parts of the UAE on Monday. Manama, Al Dhaid areas in Sharjah and Dafta in Fujairah experienced heavy rainfall on Monday, whereas Al Hiyar, Al Shuwaib and Al faqa areas in Al Ain received moderate rainfall.
Light to heavy rains fell in different parts across the UAE on Sunday the first day of Eid Al Fit, while strong and sand-stirring winds blew on the country, causing the horizontal visibility to drop to less than 200 metres and to zero sometimes.
The monsoon season has hit India and several states have been lashed by torrential yet seasonal rain. A good monsoon is always the harbinger of hope for thousands of farmers across the country.
Around 215 people — farmers, rural labourers and cattle graziers — have now died from strikes in the country's poorest state since late March, authorities said.
Floods caused by heavy rains that began this week hit 200 villages, damaging 5,000 homes and forcing the evacuation of 800 people.
The lowest temperature recorded over the country on Sunday morning was 8.8 °C in Jais Mountain at 06:15am.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said on Twitter, “Moderate rain over Dubai and Ras A Khaimah. Light rain over Al Shahamah — Sweihan Road.”