UAE Weather Update: Experiences Temperature Surge with Red and Yellow Alerts Issued

In a turn of events for the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the weather is set to take a noteworthy shift today, registering at 7 degrees Celsius. The meteorological department has issued red and yellow alerts, signaling potential weather disturbances.

Meteorological Insights

The National Center of Meteorology has indicated that today’s weather will see partial cloudiness, possibly scattered clouds or a moderate breeze. The prevailing winds may vary in intensity, offering a mix of calm and gusty conditions. Fog alerts have been declared across the country.

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Temperature Fluctuations

Temperatures nationwide are expected to soar to 28 degrees Celsius and above. Both Abu Dhabi and Dubai will experience mercury levels reaching 27 degrees Celsius. However, some internal regions may witness a slight dip, with temperatures in Abu Dhabi dropping to 17 degrees Celsius and Dubai to 18 degrees Celsius. The internal areas could see temperatures ranging from 7 to 35 degrees Celsius.

Nighttime Weather and Coastal Conditions

During the night and early morning hours, certain coastal and inland areas may experience a formation of fog. Foggy conditions are likely to prevail, creating limited visibility in some regions. Coastal areas in Abu Dhabi may witness humidity levels ranging from 35% to 90%, while Dubai’s coastal areas may experience humidity between 35% and 80%.

Special Considerations

  • Fog Alerts: Fog alerts have been issued, particularly in coastal regions, impacting travel and visibility.
  • Temperature Variations: The internal regions may encounter temperature variations ranging from 35 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Abu Dhabi and 35 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit in Dubai.
  • Arabian Gulf and Oman Sea: The geographical location of the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea may contribute to specific weather conditions in the region.


In conclusion, residents and travelers in the UAE should brace themselves for a fluctuating weather pattern, with temperature variations and fog alerts across different regions. It is advisable to stay updated with the latest weather reports and exercise caution, especially during travel. The meteorological department continues to monitor and provide timely alerts to ensure the safety and well-being of the community.


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