Yellow Alert Issued in the UAE

Rain and winds have been forecasted on Monday and Tuesday.

  • Publish date: Monday، 27 March 2023
Yellow Alert Issued in the UAE

The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) in the UAE has issued a yellow alert as it is forecasted that rains will increase in the country on Monday and Thursday. 

Al Falah, Bani Yas, the area around the international airport in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and Al Dhafra received light showers on Monday morning. 

According to NCM's reports, the mercury for Dubai is expected to hit 32ºC and for Abu Dhabi, it is expected to hit 35ºC on Monday, but skies are forecasted to remain cloudy at times. The Centre has forecasted rain on Monday and Tuesday.

The Centre has also predicted that it will be dusty and cloudy at times and convective clouds will form. Scattered rain is expected to fall in eastern, northern, and coastal areas.

Light to moderate winds are expected, which will be accompanied by dust and sand. The sea condition is expected to remain light to moderate, but it is expected to change to rough in the Arabian Gulf and in the Gulf of Oman. 

Similar weather is forecasted for Tuesday and NCM has forewarned that the temperature will drop significantly, especially in coastal areas. 

The rain and windy weather will abate by Wednesday and the temperature in Dubai will be 27ºC on that day and Thursday, while it will increase to 29ºC on Friday. The weather will be similar in the capital city of the country. 

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