Dubai: Before it cools down once again, the weather of UAE is about to get warmer over the next few days. The Weather bureau of Abu-Dhabi said that on Thursday that residents will see partly cloudy days ahead, with a probability of mist formation in the early morning.

As per the NCM (National Center of Meteorology) from 4-9 am, a drop of road visibility to less than 1,000 meters across northern and eastern areas of the country due to fog.

High alert issued by NCM over fog formation that covered areas from Ras AI Khaimah and Umm AI Quwain to Dubai and AI Ain.

On Friday and Saturday, Temperatures will become slightly hotter, with fog or mist formation by morning over western areas, accompanied by some clouds.

NCM said in a statement that the country will be affected with strong northwesterly winds with a speed if 40km/h and rough waves of 4-7 feet are expected from 10 pm on Wednesday until 2 pm Thursday. Vessels were also warned of unstable weather conditions in the Arabian Gulf.

UAE weather to get warmer before cold spell kicks in | Uaetnbclive.in

On Friday and Saturday, Temperatures will become slightly hotter, with fog or mist formation by morning over western areas, accompanied by some clouds.

UAE weather to get warmer before cold spell kicks in | Uaetnbclive.in

 

It further said that next week the good news store, as the weather will start to gradually decline on Sunday and Monday as the number of clouds will increase over internal areas, especially over the sea and islands.

In Oman sea, the weather will affect the sea and cause strong and rough waves in the Arabian Gulf.

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