Expected weather forecast for the coming days in UAE

According to the National Center of Meteorology, the weather in UAE  is expected to be cloudy with a chance of rain for the next three days.

  • Saturday

WEATHER: Partly cloudy to cloudy accompanied by some convective clouds with rainfall of different intensity over scattered areas, especially over the coastal and some Northern and Eastern areas – Temperature tends to decrease.
WIND: Moderate to fresh Southeasterly to Northeasterly winds and strong at times, with a speed of 15 – 25 reaching 55 km/hr.
SEA: Rough to moderate sea in the Arabian gulf and in Oman sea.

  • Sunday

WEATHER: Partly cloudy in general and cloudy at times over some areas with a chance of rainfall over some coastal, Northern and Eastern areas during daytime.
WIND: Light to moderate Northwesterly winds freshening at times, with a speed of 15 – 25 reaching 40 km/hr.
SEA: Moderate to rough at time sea in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman sea.

  • Monday

WEATHER: Humid by morning especially with probability of mist formation – Partly cloudy in general.
WIND: Light to moderate  Northwesterly becoming Northeasterly winds freshening at times, with a speed of 10 – 20 reaching 35 km/hr.
SEA: Slight to moderate in the Arabian gulf and in Oman sea.

  • Tuesday

WEATHER: Humid by morning over coastal areas – Partly cloudy and dusty at times during daytime becoming cloudy at night over some areas ¬¬– increase in temperatures.
WIND: Moderate to fresh Southeasterly becoming Northwesterly winds, causing blowing dust during daytime, with a speed of 15 – 25 reaching 40 km/hr.
SEA: Moderate to Rough sea in the Arabian gulf and slight in Oman sea.

  • Wednesday

WEATHER: Partly cloudy in general  and cloudy at times over some areas with a chance of rainfall over coastal areas and islands and some Northern and Eastern areas – noticeable decrease in temperatures.
WIND: Moderate to fresh Northwesterly winds, with a speed of 15 – 25 reaching 40 km/hr.
SEA: Rough sea in the Arabian gulf and Slight to moderate in Oman sea.

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