UAE weather to feel like 65 °C today
According to the weather department, the lowest temperature recorded on Wednesday morning was 19.2 °C at Jebel Jais, at 7am.
Weather in parts of UAE might feel like 65 °C today, according to a weather aggregator.
According to the forecast by ArabiaWeather, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are likely to see scattered clouds during the day, while it will be mostly clear at night.
In Dubai, temperature during the day should be around 40 °C, and 33 °C at night. It will, however, feel like 60 °C in the emirate.
In Sharjah, temperature during the day should be around 41 °C, and 33 °C at night. It will, however, feel like 65 °C.
According to the UAE's National Centre of Meteorology, the lowest temperature recorded on Wednesday morning was 19.2 °C at Jebel Jais, at 7am.
What is 'feels like' temperature?
According to the UK Met department, our 'feels like' temperature takes into account wind speeds and humidity to assess how the human body actually feels temperature. For example in winter a strong wind can feel much colder than the measured temperature would indicate. Conversely on a humid day in summer it can feel uncomfortably hotter than the air temperatures would suggest on their own. In both instances the impacts of the temperature, wind and humidity can be much greater and the feels like temperature should allow users to make a better assessment of conditions outdoors.
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