The UAE calls on residents of some areas to take necessary precautions due to heavy rain

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The heavy rain is urging residents in some regions of the United Arab Emirates to take the necessary precautions.

UAE weather: strong clouds and heavy rain in some areas of the Emirates today.

Certain regions of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have reported heavy rains and hailstorms.

There will likely be strong clouds and heavy rain in some areas of the United Arab Emirates today.

Strong showers, heavy rains, and hailstorms have pounded the residents of Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah, preventing them from enjoying a typical spring week. This kind of weather is not typical for the spring season. Heavy rains also hit the cities of Sharjah and Ajman, causing drivers to report experiencing high traffic.

The Meteorological Centre urges UAE residents to take necessary precautions due to heavy rain.

As a result of the heavy rain, the Meteorological Centre strongly advises UAE citizens to take the necessary precautions.

The Met Department advised people to take precautions when there was intense convective cloud activity and rainfall in the eastern and northern regions.

The Met Department of the United Arab Emirates encouraged citizens to exercise caution due to the significant convective cloud activity associated with the rainfall over the eastern and northern regions. Strong gusts may further diminish visibility in the horizontal plane. In order to have a safe environment, it is essential to avoid regions that are prone to flash flooding and locations that have accumulated precipitation, according to the government.

Police warn Ras Al Khaimah residents of some dangers caused by heavy rain.

The police are warning residents of Ras Al Khaimah about the threats posed by the heavy rain.

The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) uploaded a video of raindrops falling from the mountains in Ghayl to the internet, providing this information. Residents of Ras Al Khaimah were given a warning by the Ras Al Khaimah police about the inclement weather that was occurring in numerous locations of the emirate, which included heavy rain and strong winds. They advocated for people to exercise caution and refrain from going to the ocean.

The weather conditions in the Emirates are unstable.

The weather in the Emirates displays a high degree of unpredictability.

Following torrential showers and hailstorms that occurred in several parts of the country on Sunday, the National Climate Service (NCM) predicted that the weather would be fair to partly overcast.

In addition, the meeting issued a warning that some low clouds would arise in the eastward direction in the morning and that there was a possibility of some local convective rain clouds forming in the eastward, northward, and over certain internal areas by the afternoon. From 8:15 to 18:00 on Monday, you can anticipate some gusty winds at a speed of forty kilometers per hour.

We anticipate a maximum temperature of 39 degrees Celsius in Abu Dhabi and 38 degrees Celsius in Dubai. It is possible that residents will have a warm and humid night in certain interior and coastal regions, with the possibility of fog or mist forming by early morning, particularly in the westward direction.

Despite heavy to moderate rainfall in some regions of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday and hail hitting Al Ain, the country is bracing for unpredictable weather conditions in the coming days.

An expert from the National Climate Change (NCM) emphasized that the scenario's 'peak' is expected to occur between May 2 and May 3, as locals brace for unsettling weather and rains on May 2. Over the next few days, there will be moderate to heavy rainfall across fragmented areas, with lightning and thunder occasionally accompanying the precipitation. There is also a possibility that hail will fall.

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