Has 41° C become the new norm these days?
Earlier this Sunday, Al Mazeera, one of the places located in the south-western interior part of the UAE had recorded 50.4°C. Walking anywhere in the UAE at this time of the year is going to be extremely hard. As the scorching heat of the sun keeps the place too hot, people are adviced to take it easy in the outdoors and must be rehydrated constantly by taking plenty of water. The Arabian Peninsula is going to be all hot and hazy during the entire daytime during this time period of the year.
Sharjah International Airport had recorded a temperature of 42.8° C at its peak on this Sunday, whereas Dubai had recorded 41.3°C. But the place of Mazeera, in the UAE’s south-western interior, had recorded the highest of them all. It was 50.4°C.
In the meanwhile, the forecasters at the National Centre for Meteorology (NCM), mentioned that the relative humidity would increase over the Eastern Coast by the morning at the start of this week.
The lowest temperature on Monday was recorded to be at 24.3° C as of 7:15 AM in the country’s east coast. The National Centre for Meteorology (NCM) also has predicted that the sea would be slight to moderate in the Sea of Oman and in the Arabian Gulf.