UAE to continue experience unstable weather conditions this week
Low visibility in UAE caused by unstable weather conditions that is bound to continue until Thursday. This poor weather conditions is going to bring in dust and haze, rain and fog, or mist to various parts of the country according to the weatherman.
Most of Dubai’s skylines was well immersed into the fog and other buildings also had seemingly disappeared into the haze this Tuesday. This quite erratic weather within the UAE for this short time period is caused by a number of factors that contribute to it; including three low-pressure areas that affect it.
The first low-pressure point comes from Saudi Arabia from towards the southern part of the UAE. The second low-pressure point comes into the scenario from the Indian Ocean due to extensions of the upper air low pressure is causing a flow of cold and humid air stream to the eastern side. The third low-pressure point hails from the south of Iran.
The national weather bureau said, “Visibility will continue to deteriorate until Thursday, due to dust-laden winds from Saudi Arabia. Similar conditions are expected on Tuesday as south-easterly to north-easterly and northerly winds with gusts maxing out at 42km/h will whip up dust into the air.”
Residents who experience respiratory problems are advised to take precautions and avoid going outdoors.
The relative humidity is expected to increase by Thursday which possibly will bring in about the fog and mist in the western part of the nation. Thursday and Friday can experience some rain clouds.