Emirates weather.. drop in temperatures starting tomorrow

The National Centre for Meteorology predicted that today would be fair to partly cloudy and occasionally dusty, becoming cloudy over some western and coastal areas with the possibility of light rain from the west until tomorrow morning, and that winds would blow out of the northwest at a moderate to active speed and at times be strong, also contributing to dust and dust. It travels at speeds of up to 40 kilometres per hour (km/h) on the open sea, where the waves are typically normal but can be choppy in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.

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The forecast for tomorrow from the centre goes as follows: "Partly cloudy and dusty at times during the day, then cloudy with the continuation of the chance of rain in some areas, especially the coastal and western ones; indicating a decrease in temperatures; winds from the northwest to the southwest moderate to brisk and strong at times, to become light and variable." It has a speed range of 20–30 km/h and can attain a maximum of 45 km/h on the sea, where it causes turbulence and medium waves in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.

Monday temperature forecast

The forecast for the following Monday calls for a return to clear to partly cloudy and sometimes cloudy conditions, with the chance of light rain in the west and south; rising temperatures; and northwest to southwest winds that are light to moderate and occasionally brisk, with speeds of 15 to 25 km/h. Q, and up to 40 km/h. at sea.

temperature forecast
temperature forecast

Tuesday temperature forecast

According to the forecast, next Tuesday will be fair to partly overcast with some cloud cover.

Light rain is possible from the west and south, and winds from the northwest to the southwest are typically light to moderate but can pick up to 35 km/h out at sea.

According to the centre, the month of April is marked by extreme fluctuations in the weather.

Temperatures typically rise by three to five degrees from March norms.

The centre said that this month's region would feel the effects of upper and lower air depression extensions moving through the area.

And if the depressions get deeper, there will be more clouds over some areas, increasing the chance of rain, while the air humidity will drop slightly from March, especially in the second half of the month, though there will still be opportunities for the formation of fog and light fog in different areas, especially in the first half. and less frequently in the second half.

The centre reports that this month's average nationwide temperature is between 26 and 29 degrees Celsius.

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