UAE weather warning: Police urge caution in fog this morning
"Motorists are urged to follow changing speed limits displayed on electronic information boards. Drive safely."
The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has warned the UAE public that there may be a chance of fog and deteriorating visibility on Wednesday morning.
The weather bureau says the adverse conditions will prevail over some coastal and inland areas, especially those in the west, between 2am and 9.30am.
A chance of fog formation and deteriorating horizontal visibility to lower levels and lacking at times over some coastal and internal areas especially Westward, from 02:00 till 09:30 Wednesday 11 / 11 / 2020. pic.twitter.com/sY0G5QuHDT— (@NCMS_media) November 10, 2020
The weather warning was reinforced by Abu Dhabi Police, who called on motorists to exercise caution due to reduced visibility during the fog.
In a tweet, the force added: "[Motorists] are urged to follow changing speed limits displayed on electronic information boards. Drive safely."
#urgent | #AbuDhabi_Police call on motorists to exercise caution due to reduced visibility during the fog. They are urged to follow changing speed limits displayed on electronic information boards.— (@ADPoliceHQ) November 10, 2020
Drive Safely@itcabudhabi @NCMS_media@abudhabi_adm@ADEK_tweet
The rest of Wednesday will be fair in general and partly cloudy at times in the east, the NCM says, with a top temperature of 35 degrees in inland areas..
It will become humid by night and Thursday morning with a chance of fog formation over some western coastal and inland areas.
There will be light to moderate winds.
Conditions will be slight in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea.
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