All government entities and companies in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra will work remote tomorrow. Image Credit: Pixabay

Abu Dhabi: The Abu Dhabi Media Office has announced that remote work will be activated across all government entities and companies in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and Al Dhafra, starting Monday, February 12, due to expected adverse weather conditions.

This directive excludes roles that necessitate physical presence at the workplace. Additionally, all educational institutions in the region will transition to remote learning for the day.

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Mild to heavy rainfall is expected in parts of the emirate of Abu Dhabi from February 11 until 13, 2024. Cloudy weather will continue with ightning and thunder occurring occasionally in some coastal and inland parts of Abu Dhabi alongside strong wind. Dust and dirt will lead to reduced horizontal visibility and turbulent sea waves.

Drivers are advised to drive with caution, and adhere to safety guidelines and speed limits, as strong winds could lead to flying solid objects and falling trees. The public is advised to avoid valleys, beaches and water pools, ensure the availability of first aid kits, prepare alternative light sources and follow weather forecasts issued by The National Meteorology Center and official sources.

In case of an emergency, call 999 for Abu Dhabi Police, 991 for electricity failure, 922 for water failure, or 993 for the Department of Municipalities and Transport to report rain accumulations.