UAE Weather: The Meteorological Center issues a warning to UAE residents regarding hours of fog and clouds

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Meteorological Center has issued a warning to citizens about the possibility of fog and clouds for several hours.

The Meteorological Center announces the spread of fog and increased cloudiness in the Emirates.

The Emirates are seeing an increase in cloudiness and fog, according to the Meteorological Center, which has announced the event.

The weather forecast for the United Arab Emirates calls for a gloomy and hazy day in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

There is a possibility that there will be dust in the air, and low clouds may appear in the east and north.

It is expected that inhabitants of the UAE will have a day that is partly cloudy to partly cloudy on Monday. According to the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), there will be instances of dustiness, and low clouds will appear in the direction of the east and the north.

The Meteorological Center announces a drop in temperatures in the Emirates.

There has been a decrease in temperatures across the Emirates, according to the Meteorological Center.

It is anticipated that there will be a minor decrease in temperatures, particularly in the interior areas. The majority of the country is going to experience a cloudy day ahead of them. In Al Fujairah, temperatures are forecast to reach approximately 30 degrees Celsius, while in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, temperatures are likely to remain at 24 and 25 degrees Celsius, respectively.

The Meteorological Center warns of dust in the Emirates.

Within the Emirates, the Meteorological Center has issued a warning about dust.

The Met Department anticipates that there will be a high level of humidity in certain internal locations during the night and on Tuesday morning. Strong winds, especially those coming from the direction of the sea, cause dust and sand to fly around. Moderate to fresh winds. Within the Arabian Gulf, the sea will be rough to very rough, while within the Oman Sea, the sea will be rough.

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