UAE weather: Temperature to drop; strong winds, blowing dust expected
The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 25 - 29°C along internal areas.
The temperature is likely to fall on Sunday, according to the National Center of Meteorology and Seismology.
The forecast for today is fair in general during daytime, while being partly cloudy and hazy at times with a slight fall in temperatures, the NCM said.
The relative humidity is likely to increase during night and early morning over some coastal and internal areas, with a chance of fog/mist formation.
In a statement, the NCM said poor horizontal visibility levels are expected at times over some internal areas from 3am until 8am, Sunday.
The maximum temperature during the day is expected to hover around 25 - 29°C along internal areas, 23 – 27°C along the coast and 19 - 22°C in the mountains.
The maximum humidity would be 65 to 85 per cent across coastal, 70 to 90 per cent in interior regions and between 45 to 65 per cent in the mountains.
Fresh to strong winds causing blowing dust and poor visibility at times are expected in some areas. The wind speed may reach up to 50 - 60 kmph in the internal parts of UAE.
Continuity of fresh to strong Northwesterly to Westerly winds with a speed reaching 50 - 60 km / hr causing blowing dust and reducing the horizontal visibility over some Eastern mountain areas from 01:00 until 04:30 Saturday 07/03/2021 pic.twitter.com/AVCWMYl6Rx— (@NCMS_media) March 6, 2021
The sea will be rough becoming moderate by late night in the Arabian Gulf and rough in the Oman Sea.
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