Different areas of the country witnessed light to moderate rains on Friday. The areas of Ramah Busmar, Al Sad, Al Yahar and Al Salamat in Al Ain city, the corniche area, Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Bateen, Al Maktoum Airport in Dubai,
Rain was witnessed in Jebel Ali in the Emirate of Dubai and on Al Madam in the Emirate of Sharjah. Dibba Al-Fujairah,Khorfakkan also experienced moderate rain.
Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah witnessed rain mixed with snow and the lowest temperature recorded on Sunday morning was 3.7°C at 4:30am, while the highest temperature was 22.8°C in Kalba at 11:45.
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Four people were found dead, while two of the injured were transferred to Kalba Hospital through rescue aircraft, and an injured child was transferred to the hospital by witnesses at the time of accident.
As many as 20 people including one with minor injuries have been rescued by the security teams of Hatta Police Station, after they had stranded in Hatta valley (Umm Al Nosoor) in the emirate of Dubai on Tuesday evening.
Different areas of the country witnessed on Wednesday light to moderate rain and active winds, whose speed reached 50km/h, stirring dust, and resulting in low horizontal visibility due to being affected by a surface air depression accompanied by a low air extension in the upper atmosphere. Virtually, the rain made the atmosphere extremely pleasant.
Different areas of the country witnessed on Thursday light to moderate rains and active winds, whose speed reached 50km/h, stirring dust, and resulting in low horizontal visibility due to being affected by a surface air depression accompanied by a low air extension in the upper atmosphere.
The weather on Sunday is expected to be fair to partly cloudy, becoming cloudy at times over some western areas by night especially over the islands and sea. There may be some light rain, according to the National Centre for Meteorology (NCM).
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) on Sunday revealed that it has carried out 95 cloud seeding operations across the country in the first quarter of 2020, using a total of 2,171 flares produced by NCM's Emirates Weather Enhancement Factory.