Urgent: Abu Dhabi Police speed reduction system on Al Ain-Dubai road
On Saturday, the Abu Dhabi Police posted on its official "X" platform account that it was "activating the system to reduce speeds to 120 km/h on the Al Ain-Dubai road (Masaken - Karaa)."
Due to the inclement weather, police warned drivers to drive carefully.
As part of the request, drivers were requested to "commit to the changing speed shown on electronic signs and signboards."
On "X" (formerly Twitter), the National Centre of Meteorology in turn reported "heavy rain on the Al Ain-Dubai road."
The weather today, Saturday.
This occurred after rains of varying intensities fell today in various parts of the nation as a result of the extension of a surface depression accompanied by an extension of a depression in the upper layers of the atmosphere. This gave rise to the possibility of cumulus clouds along with rainfall of varying intensities, as well as active winds with a speed of 40 km/h in some eastern regions and humid weather in some coastal areas in the morning with the possibility of li
The wind moved in a southeasterly direction before switching to a northwesterly direction. It was light to moderate in speed, becoming active occasionally during the day, and it may reach speeds of up to 40 km/h while generating dust.
In the Arabian Gulf, there were light to medium waves, and in the Sea of Oman, there were just light waves.
The National Centre of Meteorology warned people to drive carefully, avoid areas near valleys and water pools, and exercise caution amid heavy rain and high gusts in various eastern districts.
On Shawka Road, Wadi Al-Hilu, North Al-Munai'i, Wadi Asfni, Wadi Al-Tawa, Khatm Al-Shaklah, Malakat, Al-Zahir, Masaken, Mazyad, Ma'ishiq, Al-Ain Dubai Road towards Al-Hayer, Al-Ain, and on Sheikh Khalifa Street in Fujairah.
The National Centre for Meteorology predicted that on Sunday, wet weather would predominate in some coastal areas in the morning. It was predicted that the weather would be clear to partly cloudy, with a chance of some cumulus clouds forming in the east and south. It was also predicted that rain would fall and that temperatures would increase.
Dust-producing, light to moderate southeasterly to northeasterly winds with velocities of 10 to 25, sometimes exceeding 40 km/h, were present at various intervals during the day. In the Arabian Gulf, there are occasionally mild to medium waves, while in the Sea of Oman, there are only light waves.
The weather will be fair to partly cloudy with a chance of some cumulus clouds in the south that may be accompanied by rain on Monday, according to the centre. The winds will be southeasterly to northeasterly, light to moderate in speed, active at times during the day, and will cause dust and dust on the eastern coast in the morning. It travels at a pace between 10 25 and 40 km/h. In the Arabian Gulf, there are occasionally mild to medium waves, while in the Sea of Oman, there are only light waves.
The National Centre for Meteorology forecasted humid weather for Tuesday morning in some western regions, with the potential for light fog formation - clear to partly cloudy, especially in the east - and southeasterly to northeasterly winds of light to moderate speed, occasionally active during the day, stirring up dust and dust, with a speed of 10. The water has moderate to medium waves at times in the Arabian Gulf and just light waves in the water of Oman, with waves reaching speeds of 25 to 40 km/h