The National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) has predicted that the weather on for the first two days of Eid will be hot and dusty in general during the day.
The forecast reads: "Hot weather in general and hazy at times during daytime, partly cloudy over the eastern areas.
"Winds will be moderate in general, freshening at times, causing blowing dust and sand.
The relative humidity is likely to increase over some coastal areas and fog may formation during night and early mornings.
"Temperatures will be between 44 deg C and 48 deg C."
While overall temperatures have begun to slide from highs of 48°C-49°C, it is the humidity that could climb to as high as 90 per cent in coastal areas and reach a high of 85 per cent in the interiors.