Parts of the UAE today saw sporadic rainfall, much to the respite of residents.
The National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology or NCMS in an advisory on its website said the weather is likely to be cloudy for the next couple of days as well. No warning on visibility was issued. However, drivers are advised to exercise caution while on the road.
A drop in temperature right before the Holy Month of Ramadan will be a great relief to those fasting.
‘This will be my first Ramadan in the UAE. I am not used to fasting in such heat,’ said Abdul, a shopkeeper in Al Nahda, Dubai.