Al Ain Downtown, Khatm Al Shiklah, Al Hili, Al Jimi, Al Sarooj, Al Ain city centre witnessed good rain.
The death toll from floods on Indonesia's Sulawesi island has risen to at least 21, authorities said on Wednesday as residents tried to salvage a few belongings from their inundated homes.
The dilapidated six-storey structure in the city's south was home to five or six families who stayed on after residents were advised to evacuate as it was under repairs.
National Centre of Meteorology expects the weather on Saturday to be partly cloudy in general and hazy at times with a probability of some convective cloud formation eastward and southward by afternoon.
The monsoon rains that wreaked havoc in the country resulted in the deaths of 304 people, including 118 children and damaged 8,889 houses, according to the NDMA.
The Ministry of Interior called on motorists to be cautious while driving due to the unstable weather conditions.
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 RAK Police and crisis teams affirmed that they provided support to over 200 persons who were stranded in the mountains, and secured the traffic for their vehicles to safe areas away from the flood-hit valleys.
The Ministry explained that the operation contributed to rescuing the stranded people in the flooded areas and rescuing those who were trapped inside their homes, as they were transferred to safe areas.
"Around 60 volunteers are taking care of families after their transfer to hotel housing units, especially families of senior citizens, children, and families who have no breadwinner or need help during the emergency shelter period,” said Al Tunaiji.