The most elevated temperature of 50.1˚C was recorded in Seeh Al Salam, Dubai at 15:15 nearby time, while the least temperature of 26.1˚C was recorded in Al Farfar, Fujairah, at 6:30am.
In the interim, rain of differing degrees of power fell on discrete regions across the UAE on Saturday. In Dubai, moderate to hefty rain fell on Umm Al Mu’mineen, Al Marmoum, Dubai Academic City, Umm Nahd, Lehbab-Jebel Ali Road and Al Aweer. There was additionally rainfall in Al Shuwaib and Al Hayer in Al Ain City, while light rain hit Al Batayeh in Sharjah.
Monday’s climate is relied upon to be obvious to mostly overcast and humid on the coasts, while low mists will show up on the eastern coast in the first part of the day, the National Center of Meteorology (NCM) said.
The NCM brought up that the climate overall would be sweltering during the day and that some cumulus mists may frame on the mountains in the early evening. The breezes will be southeasterly, going to northwesterly and northeasterly. They will be light to direct and solid and preparing sand sometimes, at 10 to 20 and up to 35 km each hour. The waves will be light in the Arabian Gulf and in the Sea of Oman.
The NCM clarified that the most extreme temperature expected for Monday’s climate is 43˚C in Abu Dhabi, Fujairah and Ajman, while it will arrive at 44˚C in Dubai, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain, 42˚C in Ras Al Khaimah and 46˚C in Al Ain City.