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Rains Likely In UAE As Summer Begins

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Web Desk — More rains are likely in UAE over the next few days as the country transitions into the summer season. According to a weather expert, the showers are expected to be concentrated in the southern and western regions of the country.

The weather expert said that the country is unlikely to see any significant weather events in the near future but chances of rain are particularly high on Monday and Tuesday. He said the low pressure is moving outside the country now.

Dr Ahmed Habib, a weather specialist at the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), said it would be fair to partly cloudy at times within the internal parts of the UAE in the southern region, and the coastal region in the western part of the country will witness rainfall. Evident cloud formation will bring rainfall to these regions.

The UAE has two primary seasons — winter and summer — separated by transitional periods, Dr Habib said. Winter remains from December to March with temperature typically raning from 16.4 to 24 degrees Celsius.

From April to May is the initial transitional phase with temperatures gradually rising across most regions, averaging between 26 and 33.5 degrees Celsius.

From June to September is Summer bringing high temperatures that touches 50 degrees Celsius, especially in the southern areas. During this period mean temperatures range from 32 to 37.2 degrees.

The expert said that there was a possibility of low-pressure systems moving in from the southeast, as well as from the north and southwest, bringing clouds and potential rain to our area.

Dr Habib said that the summer will start in June and with that the pressure system will begin changing next month. Rainfall is minimal during the summer months, particularly along the coastal regions, except for areas near the mountains, he added.

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