UAE residents will get some reprieve from the heat today, the first day of Ramadan, and in the next few days.
And that's down to what forecasters see as fair weather pattern in first two weeks of May.
Today, temperatures are expected to rise to the low 40s by noon.
In its weather forecast, the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said that Monday will be fair to partly cloudy in general, and hazy at times, during the daytime over some internal areas.
Light-to-moderate northwesterly winds, which will become stronger after noon, will affect the country with a speed of 15 - 30 km/h, reaching up to 40 km/h at times.
The minimum temperature on June 6 ranges from 19-23 °C in coastal areas, 16-21 °C in internal areas and 21-26 °C in mountain areas.
Meanwhile, maximum temperatures are expected to reach between 37 °C and 41 °C in coastal areas, 38 °C - 42 °C in coastal areas, and 28-32 °C in the mountain region.
The sea will be moderate in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in the Oman Sea.