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UAE to experience partly cloudy, cooler temperatures this weekend

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Jul. 25, 19 | 11:13 am

The UAE’s National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has advised that the country will be experiencing fair to cloudy skies over the weekend, with temperatures reaching up to 45C.

In a tweet, the weather bureau stated that the area at Liwa will reach up to 45C today Fujairah will enjoy the coolest temperatures in the region at 35C.

Dubai and Abu Dhabi will experience temperatures of 43C and 44C, respectively.

Here are the temperature reports for the rest of the Emirates today:
Sharjah: 43C
Um Al Quwain: 42C
Ajman: 41C
Ras Al Khaimah: 39C
Al Ain: 44C
Delma: 39C
Al Sila: 41C
Al Ruwais: 40C

Lower reported temperatures by the UAE’s official weather bureau come as a relief for the public after experiencing up to 49C weeks back.

However, the NCM still maintains their advice for the public to keep themselves hydrated as the summer season continues in the country.

Here’s the rest of the forecast until July 29, Monday.

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