UAE weather partly cloudy tomorrow

The weather in the UAE will continue to be partly cloudy and cloudy at times on Monday in some regions, as increasing amounts of clouds form on the eastern and southern regions with a chance of towering clouds, according to the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS).

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Published: Sun 11 Aug 2013, 9:14 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 8:26 PM

Winds are expected to be moderate in general, freshening at times and may kick up dust and sand in some inland open areas, causing low visibility at times, according to the national forecaster’ statement.

Winds will be north-easterly, south-easterly at a speed of 10-20kmph in the morning and the night, and could become north-easterly, north-westerly blowing at a speed of 16-38kmph during the afternoon and evening, and may reach 50kmph at times over the sea and open lands.

Sea conditions will be moderate in general, with waves being two feet onshore and between five feet offshore.

Maximum and minimum temperatures expected by the NCMS are: Abu Dhabi 45, 33 degrees Celsius; Dubai 44, 35 degrees; Sharjah 45, 33 degrees; Ajman 45, 32 degrees, Umm Al Quwain 44, 32 degrees; Ras Al Khaimah 45, 33 degrees; Fujairah 34, 30 degrees; Al Ain 45, 34 degrees; Liwa 46, 32 degrees; Ruwais 41, 32 degrees; Delma 41, 33 degrees, Al Sela’a 42, 32 degrees, Greater Tunb island 38, 32 degrees; Lesser Tunb island 38, 32 degrees; Abu Musa island 38, 32 degrees Celsius.

NCMS expected that maximum and minimum relative humidity rate will be as follows: Abu Dhabi 65%-20%; Dubai 55-20%; Sharjah 55-25%.

In other areas of the country, maximum relative humidity rate is expected to reach as high as 85% in Fujairah and Abu Musa island, while the minimum rate could get as low as 20% in Al Ain and Liwa.

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