Weather Update: Mild Temperatures Bring Relief Across the UAE

With a mix of fair skies and occasional low clouds hovering over eastern regions, residents can anticipate a noticeable drop in temperatures, offering a respite from the sweltering conditions of recent days

In a welcome shift from the scorching heat of last week, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is set to experience a more temperate climate, according to the latest report from the National Centre of Meteorology.

With a mix of fair skies and occasional low clouds hovering over eastern regions, residents can anticipate a noticeable drop in temperatures, offering a respite from the sweltering conditions of recent days.


Forecasters predict that temperatures across the country could reach a high of 27ºC, marking a significant decrease from the blistering 34ºC recorded just last week.

This dip in temperature is particularly notable in urban hubs, with Abu Dhabi expecting a maximum of 24ºC and Dubai set to peak at 25ºC.

However, nighttime temperatures are expected to plummet, potentially reaching as low as 19ºC in Abu Dhabi, 20ºC in Dubai, and a chilling 6ºC in mountainous regions.

Accompanying the milder temperatures will be light to moderate winds, occasionally intensifying to fresh to strong gusts, particularly over the sea.

These wind patterns may result in blowing dust in certain areas, prompting residents to take necessary precautions to protect against respiratory issues and reduced visibility while driving.

In addition to the shift in temperatures, humidity levels are expected to vary across the UAE. While some internal areas may experience higher humidity levels during the night and Wednesday morning, ranging from 45 to 75 per cent in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, coastal regions may observe lower levels.


Mariners and sea-goers are advised to exercise caution as conditions at sea are forecasted to be very rough to rough in the Arabian Gulf and rough in the Oman sea.

These conditions warrant heightened vigilance and adherence to safety protocols for maritime activities.

The transition to milder weather comes as a relief to residents who have endured weeks of oppressive heat and high humidity.

With temperatures now more conducive to outdoor activities, individuals across the UAE can look forward to enjoying leisurely strolls, al fresco dining, and outdoor recreational pursuits without the discomfort of extreme heat.

Furthermore, the moderation in temperatures may have positive implications for various sectors, including agriculture, construction, and tourism.

Cooler weather can enhance working conditions for outdoor laborers and facilitate agricultural activities, while also attracting tourists eager to explore the country’s diverse landscapes and attractions without the hindrance of oppressive heat.

As the UAE embraces this shift in weather patterns, residents are reminded to remain vigilant and adapt to changing conditions accordingly.

Whether enjoying outdoor adventures or conducting daily routines, staying informed about weather updates and taking appropriate precautions will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience amidst the shifting elements.

In conclusion, the forecasted dip in temperatures across the UAE brings a welcome reprieve from the recent heatwave, offering residents and visitors alike an opportunity to savor the mild climate and partake in a myriad of outdoor activities.

As the country transitions to more temperate weather, embracing the change with preparedness and caution will ensure a smooth transition and a pleasant experience for all.


This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

Tariq Saeed


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