UAE weather stabilises: Rain in Fujairah, Abu Dhabi expected

Motorist drives through slippery road along Sheikh Mohammed road as heavy rain was forecast by the National Centre for Seismology and Metereology (NCMS) in Dubai . March 26, 2014. Photo by Patrick Castillo

Up to 7-foot waves offshore, foggy early morning in Al Ain

Dubai: After two days of record-breaking rain, weather conditions stabilised across the UAE, with residents welcoming the morning and evening chills.

According to the National Center of Meteorology (NCM), skies across the emirates are looking cloudy.

It is particularly cloudy over the islands, coastal and eastern areas like Abu Dhabi and Fujairah with a probability of rainfall.

A district of Al Ain was covered in fog in the morning. The sea will be rough, with up to 7-foot waves offshore on the Arabian Gulf.

The temperatures are expected to be in the low 20s.

Throughout the day, winds are expected to repeatedly blow, at a speed of 25 – 35 km/h, reaching up to 45 km/h at times.

Conditions at the Arabian Gulf are expected to be rough getting calm as night approaches and the Oman Sea is expected to be generally calm.

This morning, yellow and red alerts were issued by the NCM due to foggy conditions in some parts like Al Ain.