NCMS has warned of continuing hot weather over the next 24 hours, with temperatures reaching as high as 49 degrees inland.
The UAE will be hot to very hot in general, partly cloudy and hazy at times, with a chance of convective clouds over some eastern and southern areas by afternoon, associated with some scattered rainfall.
Winds will be light to moderate in general, freshening at times over some areas, causing blowing dust and sand over some exposed areas. Relative humidity will increase during the night and early morning over some coastal and internal areas, with a chance of fog or mist formation, especially over the western areas.
Winds will veer southeasterly to northeasterly, 15 - 25 Kph, reaching 35 Kph at times during the daytime.
The outlook for the next 48 hours is more of the same, hot to very hot, partly cloudy and hazy at times, light to moderate winds freshening at times over some northern areas on Saturday, causing blowing dust and sand and poor horizontal visibility over exposed areas. Relative humidity will increase during nights and mornings over some coastal and internal area.
Seas will be moderate to rough at times over northern areas on Saturday in the Arabian Gulf, and rough in general in the Sea of Oman.