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Yesterday, the maximum temperature broke the barrier of 50 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature in the country yesterday Tuesday at 12:30 noon was 51 degrees Celsius in Sweehan (Al Ain), while the lowest temperature was 26.2 degrees Celsius in Al Fo (Al Ain), which is one of the highest in the country. Al Ain is separated by a distance of about 51 kilometers, an infrequent anomaly, with the two parts of the city recording high temperatures at midday and low temperatures in the early morning hours.
August is characterized by high temperatures, as the country continues to be affected by the extension of the Indian monsoon depression and heat depressions from the southwest during this month, leading to a significant rise in temperatures.
The National Weather Service expects the weather today, “Wednesday,” to be partly cloudy, with clouds appearing in the east in the afternoon, and winds from the southeast to northeast, moderate and gusty at times. 35 kmph, and seas are light in the Gulf, light to medium waves in the Arabian and Oman Seas.
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