UAE crosses 50°C : Maximum temperature first time in 2023

The Met office reported that the temperature at Al Dhafra, Abu Dhabi, reached 50.1 °C.

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On Sunday, July 16, temperatures in the United Arab Emirates surpassed the 50°C mark. At 2:30 p.m., Bada Dafas in Abu Dhabi's Al Dhafra district registered the nation's hottest temperature of 50.1°C, according to the Met office.

High temperatures in Dubai's coastal regions ranged from 38.3°C to 45°C. Temperatures inside some components reached 47°C.

In the meantime, Al Farfar in Fujairah recorded the lowest temperature, which was 26.3°C.

The NCM states that July is one of the hotter summer months because of the country's and the region's exposure to thermal lows, the most significant of which is the low pressure system associated with the Indian monsoon.

The previous year, in 2017, Mezaira had the highest maximum temperature of 51.8 °C.

However, there is also rain in several regions of the UAE in July.

"Clouds are exposed over some of the country's interior in the afternoon and in the eastern highlands and south, where they developed because of the mountains and high temperatures. During this month, particularly in the second half, some portions of the nation are afflicted by an extension of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), which is occasionally accompanied by convective wet clouds.

Convective clouds and rain are anticipated in various eastern regions of the country throughout the course of the next five days, according to the NCM weather forecast.

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.

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