United Arab Emirates: Heavy rain claims lives! When will it end?



The heaviest rainfall in 30 years caused a severe flood. More than 800 residents were rescued by rescuers, seven people were found dead.

Drivers were asked to use caution during high winds and dust for “your own safety and the safety of others.”

Abu Dhabi Police have reminded citizens not to take videos of foggy weather or use phones while driving.

The National Meteorological Center issued a similar warning as people woke up to cloudy skies in the Emirates.

Heavy rain accompanied by lightning and thunderstorms is expected in some places.

Moderate to strong winds will raise dust, which will lead to reduced visibility.
There will be a weak to moderate south-east and north-east wind, in some places it will freshen with the application of dust

The National Weather Service called for caution and caution during heavy rains and strong winds from convective clouds in some eastern regions, resulting in flying solid objects and poor horizontal visibility.

According to the National Meteorological Center, the climate this August was affected by the expansion of the Indian monsoon, as well as southwesterly thermal depressions that lead to a noticeable increase in temperature, eastern mountains and high temperatures. Cumulonimbus clouds form during the day and then move inland.

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