Dubai - Summer will officially begin on June 23 in UAE.
Temperatures are expected to dip again for the next few days in UAE, according to weather forecasters at the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said.
The NCM has forecasted fair to partly cloudy and hazy weather at times for today, with light to moderate winds in general. The amount of clouds will increase at times over islands and some coastal areas.
The northeasterly winds will pick up over the sea in the next two days, causing temperatures to dip in the evening and nights. Today, the lowest temperature was recorded at 13.8 degree Celsius in Qsyoura at 6:30am.
The relative humidity will increase during the night and early morning over some internal and coastal areas, the Centre said in its latest forecast.
Temperatures across the country steadily climbed near or past 30 degrees since late last week. The mercury got as high as 36.5 degrees on Saturday. However, weather forecasters are holding warm winds coming in from the southern desert region responsible for this sudden peak in temperatures.
Eisa Al Sereidi, a weather forecaster with NCM, assured Khaleej Times in an earlier report that the temperatures will dip to lows of 26 degrees and highs of 28 degrees across the country on February 19.
"We will continue to enjoy pleasant weather in the coming two to three days," he said.
Al Sereidi also stated that summer will officially begin in the country on June 23, and assured residents that they have a few more months to enjoy the good weather.
The weather from Monday until Thursday is expected to be humid in the early morning over northern coastal areas and partly cloudy and hazy at times during the day, with temperatures tending to rise gradually.