By Angel Chan
DUBAI: Despite rain forecast, Dubai woke up to a bright sunny day on Monday.
Saturday and Sunday it had drizzled and rained throughout the day in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, but medium to light rains lashed the emirate of Fujairah and its neighbouring towns and villages on Sunday, triggering a drop in temperature.
Meanwhile, different areas of the Eastern Coast witnessed moderate rains, whose severity increased by noon, leading to accumulations of water on the streets and roundabouts in the emirate.
The sky remained cloudy as the rainfall continued until evening owing to the low pressure, which will continue until Monday.
We have had two days of rain – and it appears the overcast conditions are going to continue for at least another two days, if the weather bureau is to be believed. The National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology has forecast more rains.
NCMS, in its forecast for tomorrow [Monday] says it will be partly cloudy in general, becoming cloudy at times over northern and eastern areas with chance of some rain during morning time over eastern and northern areas.
Light to Moderate winds in general, becoming fresh over the sea, with the relative humidity increasing during night and early morning over some coastal and internal areas with a chance of fog formation over scattered internal areas. Sea will be moderate, rough at times towards deep offshore in the Arabian Gulf and moderate in general in Oman Sea.
For Tuesday, NCMS says it will be partly cloudy in general, hazy at times. Light to Moderate winds in general. The relative humidity will increase during night and early morning over some coastal and internal areas with a chance of fog formation over scattered internal area. Sea will be slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea.
Temperatures will range between 9°-28°C.