More rain expected in parts of UAE

Motorists report slow-moving traffic on key roads in Dubai as soft rain falls on the emirates

  • Slow-moving traffic on Al Meydan Road
    Slow-moving traffic on Al Meydan Road towards Safa Park in Dubai as it drizzles in the emirate on Sunday morni Image Credit: Florence Pia G. Yu/Gulf News
  • Slow-moving traffic on Al Meydan Road
    A resident comes prepared with an umbrella as rain falls on Abu Dhabi on April 21, 2013. Image Credit: Hadrian Hernandez/Gulf News
  • Slow-moving traffic on Al Meydan Road
    Motorists drive in the rain on Al Khail Road on Sunday morning. Image Credit: Florence Pia G. Yu/Gulf News
  • Slow-moving traffic on Al Meydan Road
    A traffic jam builds up along Safa Park towards Al Wasl Road in Dubai on Sunday morning, after rain fell on th Image Credit: Florence Pia G. Yu/Gulf News
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Dubai: Rain fell in parts of Dubai and the UAE on Sunday morning, with forecasters expecting more rain in the next two days.

Motorists reported slow-moving traffic on Al Khail Road, Meydan Road and Business Bay Bridge as soft rain fell on Dubai.

The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) said Sunday's weather will be partly cloudy in general, becoming cloudy at times.

The weather bureau expects the temperature to hit a maximum of 44 degrees Celcius, dropping to 19 degrees Celcius at night, especially in mountainous areas.

Partly cloudy weather is expected on Monday and Tuesday, with chances of more rain.

 

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