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Temperature dips to 3 degrees in parts of UAE

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Jan. 22, 19 | 7:17 am

The cold weather is expected to continue in the UAE on Tuesday, January 22, as temperature drops in several areas of the country.

According to the National Center for Meteorology (NCM), the coldest reported temperature in the country as of 8:00 a.m. (UAE time) is 3.6 degrees in Raknah.

Other areas such as Jais Mountain (4.8 degrees), Damtha (5.2 degrees), Mebreh Mountain (5.5 degrees), and Hamim (6.5 degrees) also experienced cold weather.

The weather for the day is expected to be partly cloudy in general with cloudy skies especially in the northern parts of the country.

Mist and fog is also expected to form in the internal areas of the country.

Meanwhile, sea will be rough in the morning and moderate in the afternoon in the Arabian Gulf and moderate to slight in Oman Sea.

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PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

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