The weather over the next two days will continue to leave parts of the UAE shrouded in late night and early morning fog, even as temperatures gradually rise by Saturday.
The UAE’s National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) stated the weather will continue to be fair in general, even as humidity levels continue to play havoc with morning mist and low visibility conditions.
Speaking to ‘Emirates 24|7’, a spokesperson with the NCMS stated: “The weather will continue to be fair over the next 48 hours, although temperatures will rise by two degrees or so on Saturday.
“The humidity levels will continue to see foggy climes across scattered parts of the UAE, especially the western internal areas, along with the coastal parts of the country.”
The spokesperson further added, this weather pattern will continue into Sunday also, with low visibility conditions in certain areas that may cause hindrance to motorists.
The foggy weather has swept across parts of the Gulf, with neighbouring Qatar particularly affected in the past few days.
Meanwhile, residents eager to spend the day at sea will be able to do so, with the NCMS stating the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea will remain moderate to general.