The weather forecasters informed that UAE will continue to be soaked in sepia tones tday as well.
Although the dusty conditions that engulfed many parts of the emirate will subside, “the instability in the weather conditions will continue,” added the weathermen.
According to the official at the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), the current “shift in weather is due to strong dust winds emerging from Iraq and Saudi Arabia”.
After heavy rains lashed through parts of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah yesterday, the forecasters informed that there will be chances of slight rain on Monday as well.
With poor visibility recorded at less than 1,000 metres, the official informed that the conditions will improve on Monday. “It will be better visibility, but the condition will still be hazy,” the official said, advising motorists to exert caution on the roads.
Dubai witnessed strong winds, dust storm and heavy rainfall over the weekend, forcing residents to remain indoors.
The condition will change tomorrow, but not too drastically.
“It will be partly hazy and cloudy in the morning,” the official explained.
He added that there will be no drastic change in temperature since yesterday.
“UAE will record a minimum of 17-21 degree Celsius and a maximum of 26-31 degree Celsius on Monday.”
The NCMS had issued a warning to residents about heading to the beaches, registering that the seas will be rough. The situation will change, with the condition returning to moderate by Tuesday.