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UAE temperatures shoot beyond 50 degrees Celsius
People are advised to refrain from outdoor activities as mercury rises
felt like fainting when I walked 3 Kms at 5PM, its after long time I walked to the Metro as my car was in garage.
vinod, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
why is no holiday being declared with such temperatures. Other countries do announce holdays for cyclones and storms etc. Pity those who have to be out due to their work just because its a part of their job and they have no one to complain to.....
Mariam Murtuza, Dubai, India
To those whose nature of work is mostly outdoor, may the Almighty God brace you with physical strength and endurance as you do your work while fasting..
Helen, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Isnt it a declared holiday if the temperature shoots 50 deg and above?
sheeba, rak, United Arab Emirates
my car showed 47 C even at 4:30 pm near mamzar area... this summer is turning out to be exceptionally hot...
fahad, sharjah, United Arab Emirates
At 2:00 pm, it was showing 47 degrees during my 30 minutes drive from Tecom to Al Garhoud. And at 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm, it was showing 41 degrees!! Even my 50% car tint doesn't help much during the day... It's getting hotter every year ... can't imagine the whether after some 10 years!!
Zulfy, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
My Car was showing 51 degrees when i went out for lunch at 2pm in Dubai Investment Park and i am noticing i got itching cheeks from yesterday. God bless to the workers working out in scorching heat.
Asma Sid, Duba, United Arab Emirates
The weather in Dibba was ok. The temprature recorded in my car was 41, which is ok comparing to other cities. God bless the UAE
Aziz Khan, Dibba, United Arab Emirates
Even for night Time we fell at 41*c around 11 PM with hot winds
Ghalib Zakir, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Yesterday when I was driving to Arabian Ranches on Emirates Road, it was showing 50.0 C on my car at around 4:45 PM.
AM, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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