UAE weather: Today could be rainy, with gusts that could blow dust

Some interior and coastal areas could see high humidity on Wednesday morning and into the night.

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According to the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), the weather in the United Arab Emirates will be fair to partly cloudy at times.

By morning, low clouds will be seen over the east coast, and by afternoon, some convective clouds—which are linked to rainfall—will start to form eastward and southward.

In Abu Dhabi, the temperature will vary from 30°C to 42°C, while in Dubai, it will range from 30°C to 41°C.

Certain interior and coastal areas will see high humidity on Wednesday morning and into the night. A breeze of light to moderate strength will blow dust. In both the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea, the sea will be modest.

#The_lowest_temperature   recorded over the country today morning is 23.6°C in Jais Mountain (Ras Al Khaimah) at 03:00 UAE Local time.

About NCM

Creation of the Centre:

The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology was established in 2007 by federal decree Law No. (6) of the year 2007, which was issued by the late His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Quotations taken from Decree No. (6), 2007's Federal Law:

Section (3):

In addition to exchanging data and information related to this goal on a regional and international level, the centre aims to integrate the source of meteorological and seismic information, monitor changes in the atmosphere, provide meteorological services and engineering seismic to all sectors in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the nation, and keep up with scientific advancements and the implementation of studies and research in the center's field.

Section 4:

The centre specialises in all fields related to the delivery of meteorological and seismic engineering services to relevant authorities. Only an act issued by the Minister in accordance with the Board of Trustees' advice and in collaboration with the relevant authorities will allow the centre to exercise all of its authority without the influence of third parties.


To become the best in providing meteorological and seismological services and to advance science by encouraging the UAE's sustainable development.


The National Centre of Meteorology seeks to provide meteorological services, monitor changes in the earth's crust and atmosphere, and bring together the sources of meteorological and seismological data in the United Arab Emirates.


  • Leadership and Excellence
  • Institutional Loyalty
  • Credibility
  • Communal Responsibility
  • Customer Satisfaction

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