The rainfall may hit parts of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the next four days, as per the forecast of the Country’s National Centre of Meteorology (NCM).
In a statement, the NCM said that clouds are likely to move from the west to the east in the UAE; therefore, the rainfall is predicted from May 19 to 22.
The National Centre of Meteorology said that temperatures will decrease on Friday over some coastal and internal areas. However, the mercury will rise the following day.
Meanwhile, according to the NCM, the highest temperature recorded over the Country on Thursday (today) was 45.5°C in Um Azimul (Al Ain) at 13:00 UAE local time.
#أعلى_درجة حرارة_سجلت على الدولة هذا اليوم 45.5 درجة مئوية في أم الزمول (العين) الساعة 13:00 بالتوقيت المحلي لدولة الإمارات.
The highest temperature recorded over the country today is 45.5°C in Um Azimul (Al Ain) at 13:00 UAE Local time. pic.twitter.com/Ymdi7B4JKU
— المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMUAE) May 18, 2023
Earlier today, the UAE Ministry of Interior announced new traffic violations and fines of up to Dh2,000 to boost safety during emergencies and unstable weather conditions.