Emirates | Another drop in temperatures is expected tomorrow, Sunday

2024-05-18 2024-05-18T08:41:05Z
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Arabia Weather - The latest updates and data received from us at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that there is an expected additional drop in temperatures during the day tomorrow, Sunday, with the weather remaining relatively hot to hot in general, with maximum temperatures in the capital, Abu Dhabi, reaching around 35. Degrees Celsius, while during the night hours the weather is hot in all regions.

The National Center of Meteorology announces an additional drop in temperatures tomorrow

The National Center of Meteorology has indicated that temperatures are expected to drop tomorrow, Sunday, and that it will be humid during the night hours and Monday morning in some northern coastal areas, and the winds will be northwesterly, light to moderate speed, active at times, raising dust and dirt, and the sea will be turbulent to moderate speed. Average waves in the Arabian Gulf and light to medium waves in the Sea of Oman.

God knows ..

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