The UAE weather is forecast to remain partly cloudy at times over some areas.
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DUBAI – The weather bureau forecast more fog in the UAE and some showers later in the week as early morning fog blanketed parts of the country on Tuesday (December 4).
According to the National Centre of Meteorology, Tuesday’s weather will remain partly cloudy at times over some areas, with high humidity by late night and early Wednesday morning over some coastal and internal areas.
The weather bureau said visibility was reduced to less than 1,000 metres in some coastal and inland areas from 1am until 9am on Tuesday.
The NCM said conditions will increase the “chance of fog or mist formation especially over the western areas” until Wednesday.
There is a chance of some rainfall on Friday night and on Saturday, according to the weather bureau.
Here is the weather forecast this week
Fair to partly cloudy at times, humid by night and early morning over some internal & coastal areas with a chance of fog or mist formation. The wind will be light to moderate & will be northeasterly to southeasterly, with a speed of 12 – 25 km/hr, reaching 35 km/hr at times. Sea will be slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf, and in Oman Sea.
Fair to partly cloudy at times over some areas, humid by late night and early morning over some areas. The wind will be light to moderate and will be northeasterly to southeasterly, with a speed of 15 – 25 km/hr, reaching 35 km/hr at times. Sea will be slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea.
Partly cloudy in general, especially over the islands and coastal areas, with a chance of some rainfall by night. The wind will be light to moderate and will be southeasterly to northeasterly, with a speed of 15– 25km/hr, reaching 40km/hr over the sea. Sea will be slight to moderate becoming rough at times in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in Oman Sea.
Partly cloudy in general and cloudy by morning especially over the northern areas associated with some rainfall. With significant fall of temperatures. The wind will be moderate to fresh, becoming strong at times especially over the sea and will be northwesterly, with a speed of 25 – 35 km/hr, reaching 55 km/hr over the sea. Sea will be rough to very rough at times in the Arabian Gulf and moderate to rough in Oman Sea.
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