The UAE is likely to experience light rainfall on Saturday February 3 and Sunday February 4, according to a forecast by the National Centre for Meteorology (NCM).
From Saturday to Monday, skies will be partly cloudy, while temperatures may drop further in some areas, particularly in the south and in mountainous areas.
This is due to fresh northwesterly winds over the sea, with speeds of 20 to 30 km/hr reaching 50 km/hr, which may cause rough seas in the Arabian Gulf. The sea state in the Gulf of Oman is moderate to rough.
Tuesday weather will be partly cloudy, with humidity continuing during the night and morning. A chance of mist and got formation is expected in inland areas.
The state of sea for the Arabian Gulf and Gulf of Oman is expected to be slight to moderate.
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