Abu Dhabi: A blanket of fog is expected to cover most of the UAE over the next two mornings and temperatures are expected to drop by two to three degrees, according to a forecast by National Centre for Meteorolgy and Seismology (NCMS).
A met official at NCMS told Gulf News that an increase in relative humidity overnight will help develop thick blankets of fog in most of the in land areas, including Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and the eastern parts.
“Chance of fog in land quite high over the next two days, with wind heading from the sea, rising the level of humidity at night, so early mornings will be foggy by up to 80 to 90 per cent,” said a met official.
According to the met official, the fog cover will be higher in the Western areas on Monday morning.
Strong north-westerly winds from Saturday night are also expected to make the sea choppy, with waves rising up to six feet off shore and up to four feet on shore.
Weather experts have cautioned the beachgoers as both the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea are expected to be rough for the next two days.
Though, there is no chance of rain the next two days are likely to be partly cloudy with the minimum temperatures in the coastal area hovering around 19 to 21 degrees Celsius, while the maximum will be around 30 degrees Celsius.