UAE crosses 50°C for the first time in 2023, dusty and hot weather on July 16
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On Sunday, July 16, the UAE had 50°C-plus temperatures. At Bada Dafas school in Abu Dhabi’s Al Dhafra area, the Met Office measured the highest temperature in the nation at 14:30, reaching up to 50.1 °C.
The coastline region of Dubai experiences the greatest temperatures, which average 38 degrees Celsius.
3 °C and 45 °C. The summer lows have an effect on the country, particularly the Indian monsoon low, which raises the temperature. Some indoor locations reached 47 °C.
In the past year 2017, Mezairah recorded the highest temperature of 51.8 °C.
Over the course of the next five days, the NCM weather forecast predicts convective clouds and rain in several eastern parts of the nation.
The NCM said that during July, circulations of land and marine breezes are crucial. “During the night and early morning hours, southeasterly winds have an impact on the country; during the day, northerly winds have an impact. Additionally, the nation is occasionally impacted by fresh breezes from the northwest and the south, which can occasionally blow and suspend dust, especially early in the morning.
In several areas of the United Arab Emirates, including Dubai, the weather was dusty today.