UAE Weather: Humid, cloudy, foggy, misty…

By DG Staff

ABU DHABI 31 January 2020: The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) expects weather over the coming five days to be humid, partly cloudy, and dusty with a probability of fog or mist formations.

For today, mercury will be at a low of 5°C and at a high of 26°C.

Friday: Humid at morning with a chance of fog and mist over some internal and coastal areas, especially northward, becoming fair to partly cloudy. Wind: Light to moderate Northwesterly becoming Northeasterly to Southeasterly, with speed of 16 – 26 reaching 36 km/hr. Sea: Slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea.

Saturday: Humid at morning with fog and mist formation over internal and coastal areas, becoming partly cloudy to cloudy especially over the coast and north of the country. Wind: Light to moderate Southeasterly to Northwesterly winds in general, with speed of 18 – 28 reaching 38 km/hr. Sea: Slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea, said Wam.

Sunday: Cloudy to partly cloudy with a slight chance of light rainfall over some coastal and northern areas early morning. Wind: Moderate Northwesterly winds, becoming fresh gradually by afternoon over the sea causing blowing suspended dust westward, with speed of 20 – 30 reaching 42 km/hr. Sea: Moderate, becoming rough gradually by afternoon in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in Oman Sea.

Monday: Humid at morning with probability of fog formation over some eastern internal areas, becoming dusty and partly cloudy at times, with decrease in temperature. Wind: Moderate to fresh Northwesterly winds especially over the sea causing blowing dust and sand, with speed of 20 – 35 reaching 50 km/hr. Sea: Rough in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea.

Tuesday: Fair to partly cloudy, becoming cloudy westward by night. Wind: Fresh northwesterly winds over the sea morning time, becoming moderate by afternoon, with speed of 20 – 30 reaching 40 km/hr. Sea: Rough, becoming moderate by afternoon in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in Oman Sea.

Dubai Gazette