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It's 13.3 °C in Jebel Jais, sea will be rough

Towering coulds and gusting wind brought the mercury down to 13.3 degrees Celsius in UAE's tallest spot

Image Credit: Fadhil Firoz
A view of the winding road arond Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah. At 1,911 metres, the mountain is the tallest in the UAE and popular with tourists and mountain climbers.

Dubai: Temperatures in the UAE are getting cooler and cooler, as winter progresses, reported weathermen.

The country saw cooler temperatures on Saturday, as towering coulds and gusting wind brought the mercury down to 13.3 degrees Celsius in Jebel Jais, the country's tallest spot in Ras Al Khaimah, at 3.45am, while it was 14.8 degrees Celsius at around 6.30am in Damtha, weathermen said.

Even the highest temperature on Friday was relatively lower, at 35.3 degrees Celsius in Dhudna, near Masafi.

Moreover, there's a chance of rain in Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah on Saturday, according to weathermen.

Waves will also be between moderate to rough.

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