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Temperature in some areas in UAE dips to 17 degrees

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Oct. 16, 18 | 11:25 am

Temperature in some parts of the UAE on Tuesday, October 16, has dropped to as low as 17.5 degrees following the rainfall that hit several areas in the country.

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) reported that five areas in the UAE recorded cold temperatures ranging from 17 to 21 degrees. These areas include Jais Mountain (17.5 degrees), Mebreh Mountain (19.3 degrees), Raknah (20.9 degrees), Al Heben (20.9 degrees), and Damtha (21.2 degrees).

Temperatures in other areas in the country also continue to drop with the temperature only peaking at 38.9 degrees on Monday, October 15.

The five hottest areas in the UAE on Monday are Dhudna (38.9 degrees), Tawiyen (37.3 degrees), Al Dhaid (37.2 degrees), Saih Al Salem (37.2 degrees), and Al Ruwais (37 degrees).

The weather today will be partly cloudy in general with convective clouds over the eastern and southern parts of the country. The wind will also be freshening at times which may cause blowing of dusts in some areas.

The relative humidity will also increase at night and early morning.

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PAL to resume flights from Manila-Dubai starting June 16

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