Rain is falling in many areas of the Emirates and rain clouds are forming today

The Emirates are experiencing rain in several parts of the country, and clouds of rain are beginning to gather.

UAE weather: Rainfall is falling in several areas of the country, while cloud cover is still present.

In the Arabian Gulf, the conditions will be mild, and in the Oman Sea, they will range from mild to moderate at times.

Rain in some areas in the Emirates.. Emirates weather today.

The weather in the Emirates today: It is raining in certain regions of the Emirates.

Early this morning, the National Centre of Meteorology stated that showers were occurring in Abu Dhabi and the Al Dhafra region of the United Arab Emirates. Rainstorms hit sections of the UAE.

Cloud cover will persist throughout the day, and there is a possibility of light to moderate precipitation in certain coastal, southern, and eastern regions during portions of the day. The cloudiness will begin to clear out by tonight.

The wind will blow light to moderate, and it will occasionally become fresher. The National Climate Service (NCM) has issued an alert on the formation of clouds expected to rain.

Temperatures in the Emirates during the coming hours.

In the following hours, temperatures in the Emirates are expected to be:

The temperature in the country might reach as high as 36 degrees Celsius. We expect the mercury to reach 32 degrees Celsius in Abu Dhabi and 31 degrees Celsius in Dubai.

In contrast, temperatures might drop to as low as 20 degrees Celsius in Abu Dhabi, 21 degrees Celsius in Dubai, and 12 degrees Celsius in hilly locations.

During the night and Friday morning, there will be a high level of humidity in certain coastal and internal locations, particularly in the northern regions, and there is a possibility that mist will form. Dubai will have levels that range from 30 to 70 percent, while Abu Dhabi will have levels that range from 15 to 70 percent.

In the Arabian Gulf, the conditions will be mild, and in the Oman Sea, they will range from mild to moderate at times.

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