Unexpected rainfall to hit UAE again: NMC issues alert


As the UAE brace for another rainfall, residents are urged to prepare for an onslaught of inclement weather.

The National Meteorological Center (NMC) has issued a stern warning, advising caution and prudence in the face of impending heavy rains set to inundate the region from Monday through Wednesday.

Dubai, known for its shimmering skyline and bustling streets, finds itself at the mercy of Mother Nature’s fury, with forecasts predicting moderate to heavy rainfall across various districts, including Deira, Emirates Road, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. The NMC has placed certain areas of Dubai under an ‘Orange alert,’ signaling potential hazards associated with the looming weather phenomenon.

In neighboring Emirates, the situation appears equally dire. Sharjah is bracing for heavy downpours accompanied by lightning, while Fujairah anticipates a deluge of rain showers commencing on Monday, March 4th.

The NMC’s advisory urges motorists to exercise extreme caution and limit unnecessary travel during adverse weather conditions, emphasizing the importance of adhering to safety protocols such as utilizing low beam lights and maintaining vigilance on the roads.

In anticipation of the impending storm, Abu Dhabi is slated to experience heavy rainfall starting from 8 PM on Monday evening, with the inclement weather gradually spreading across the country overnight, enveloping Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Ajman in its watery embrace. While Tuesday afternoon is expected to witness intermittent rain showers persisting throughout the day, the skies are forecasted to gradually clear by 9 PM, offering a reprieve from the relentless downpour.

As the UAE prepares to weather the storm, vigilance and preparedness emerge as the need of the hour.

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