UAE weather: rain, winds, and a new change in weather conditions on Sunday

The UAE National Center of Meteorology announced that the country is affected during the current period by an extension of a surface air high from the east and an extension of a low air pressure from the west, accompanied by a high extension in the upper layers of the atmosphere.

The center pointed out that today’s weather will be fair to partly cloudy and dusty at times, and low clouds will appear in the east, while the winds will be light to moderate in speed, sometimes active during the day, causing dust, and the sea will have light to medium waves in the Arabian Gulf and light waves in the Sea of Oman.

The National Center of Meteorology expected that the weather tomorrow will be fair to partly cloudy and dusty at times, becoming cloudy in the far north, with the possibility of light rain on Sunday morning, while the winds will be southeasterly to northeasterly, light to moderate speeds, gradually turning to active northwesterly winds on the sea. Night until Sunday morning, and its speed ranges from 10 to 25 km/h, reaching 40 km/h on the sea, which has light to medium waves, gradually becoming disturbed late night until Sunday morning in the Arabian Gulf and light waves in the Sea of Oman.

The center indicated that Sunday’s weather will be fair to partly cloudy and sometimes cloudy in the north, noting that there will be a noticeable drop in temperatures, while the winds will be northwesterly, moderate to active, causing dust and dust, leading to a decrease in horizontal visibility, and becoming strong at times, especially at the sea. Its speed ranges from 20 to 30 km/h, reaching 50 km/h in the sea, which is turbulent to very turbulent in the Arabian Gulf, and the waves become moderate to turbulent in the afternoon in the Sea of Oman.

The National Meteorological Agency also stated that the weather next Monday will remain generally fair to partly cloudy, and the winds will remain northwesterly, moderate to active, stirring up dust and dust, leading to a decrease in horizontal visibility, and strong at times, especially at sea, with speeds ranging from 20 to 30 km/h. It reaches 50 km/h on the sea, which is turbulent to very turbulent in the Arabian Gulf and turbulent in the Sea of Oman.

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