Important warning to all UAE residents from Wednesday to next Saturday
The National Center of Meteorology anticipates that the country will be impacted during the period from Wednesday to Saturday of the following week by a surface depression that will extend from the Red Sea. This will be accompanied by an air current from the west and a cold air mass, with clouds flowing from the west and being interspersed with clouds. The National Center of Meteorology also expects that the country will be impacted by a surface depression that will extend in the upper layers of the atmosphere. Cumulus clouds, each in its own distinct location, accompanied by rain.
The center also mentioned in the weather forecast that on the following Wednesday, there will be clouds in the east, and there is a possibility that some cumulus clouds may form in the afternoon.
Over the course of the night, the number of clouds that cover the sea and the islands will gradually rise, and there is a chance that it will rain.
The depression will continue to deepen into the upper layers of the atmosphere on Thursday and Friday. As a result, there will be an increase in the number of clouds, which will be interspersed with cumulus clouds in various areas, particularly the northern, eastern, and coastal areas. This will be accompanied by rainfall of varying intensity, and the clouds will begin to gradually decrease on Friday night.
On Saturday, according to the center, the sky will be partly cloudy, and there is a risk of some cumulus clouds forming in the east, as well as the probability of rain.
Dust and dirt are being stirred up by the winds, which are blowing from the northeast at speeds ranging from light to moderate to active to strong at times. The winds are more active when clouds are present.
In the Arabian Gulf, there will be waves ranging from light to medium in height, while in the Sea of Oman, there will be waves ranging from light to medium in height.