Video: Showers bring in respite, rainfall set to continue in UAE

 

Video: Showers bring in respite, rainfall set to continue in UAE

An official from the NCMS said that from Friday to Sunday there will be cloud formations over scattered areas.

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Ashwani Kumar

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Published: Sat 18 Nov 2017, 10:37 AM

Last updated: Sun 19 Nov 2017, 7:57 AM

All the emirates, except Abu Dhabi had a share of rain, thunderstorm and clouds on Friday. An official from the weather department said that it will remain cloudy and rainy in the next few days until Tuesday.
Wadis overflowed as Al Taween, Murbeh and Kadfaa in Fujairah received heavy rainfall.
Moderate to heavy rain fell over Hatta, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, and Al Jazirah Al Hamra and Al Ghail areas in Ras Al Khaimah.
Meanwhile, Al Faya, Mleiha and Khor Fakkan in Sharjah received moderate rain. Temperature in Abu Dhabi dropped with Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain hitting 21.3 degrees. Flooding was also reported in several places across the country.
Siju Chacko, a Sharjah-resident, said the unexpected change in weather was welcome but had stalled weekend plans. "It was a long-planned outing to Maysaloon Park. Anyhow I enjoyed the day indoors with family and banana fritters," Chacko said.
Meanwhile an official from National Centre of Meteorology said that from Friday to Sunday there will be cloud formations over scattered areas.

"The amount of clouds will increase gradually by Tuesday night over islands and northern areas," the official said hinting at rainy days continuing next week.
The wind is set to be generally normal.
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"Moderate wind will blow from eastern to north-eastern direction. The wind could be accompanied with dust blowing over open areas at speed of 20-35 km/hr reaching up to 50 km/hr. On Monday and Tuesday, light to moderate wind will blow from eastern to south-eastern with speed of 12-22 km/hr reaching upto 35km/hr," the official said.
Meanwhile, the coastal areas will see moderate movement and sea will become rough at times with convective cloud activity in Arabian Gulf and Oman Sea.
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