Rainfall lashed several parts of the UAE on Friday afternoon - a sign that winter is, slowly but surely, approaching.
Several videos on social media recorded motorists navigating wet roads and reduced visibility.
Earlier today, the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) had warned residents about the formation of convective clouds due to cloud seeding.
Rainfall was also reported in parts of Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah, including Ghantout, Al Marjan and Al Dhait, as well as over Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Road and Al Itihad Road.
The country will also experience dips in temperature, with the lowest dropping to 15 degrees Celsius in Gasyoura, Abu Dhabi.
Visibility has dropped to less than 1000m, according to NCM
Residents noticed the rare twister sweeping through the emirate after parts of the country experienced unstable weather conditions
Waters to be slight in both the Arabian Gulf and Oman Sea
This is the third day straight that icy showers have lashed the emirates
Rainy convective clouds may form eastward and southward by afternoon
As per astronomical calculations, the fall season, and autumnal equinox, begin on Friday