UAE Forecast: Chance of Daytime Rain in Tomorrow Weather

The National Centre of Meteorology has released a comprehensive weather forecast for the UAE for the next day, including the different types of weather that may be expected in different areas.

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It is predicted that tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy to cloudy at times, with a chance of rain in certain northern and eastern locations during the day. Wednesday night and early morning are predicted to be humid, with the possibility of mist or light mist forming in certain inland and coastal regions, especially to the west. Clouds are expected to occasionally accompany light to moderate wind gusts.

The wind movement is expected to vary between southeasterly and northeasterly directions, with speeds ranging from 20 to 30 km/h, possibly reaching up to 40 km/h. Turbulent waves are forecasted in the Arabian Gulf during the morning, gradually becoming moderate to light as the day progresses. Tide timings for the Gulf include the first low tide at 12:15, followed by the second at 04:26, while high tides are expected at 09:01 and 21:55.

Similar conditions are projected for the Sea of Oman, with turbulent waves in the morning transitioning to moderate to light waves later in the day. Tide schedules for this area indicate the first tide at 12:23 and the second at 00:27, with low tides occurring at 18:08 and 07:02.

For numerous places across the nation, the forecast also provides projected humidity levels and the ranges of maximum and minimum temperatures. Maximum temperatures in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah are predicted to be between 25°C and 27°C, with minimum temperatures hovering around 17°C. Humidity ranges from 60% to 90% are possible.

Residents are advised to stay informed about weather updates and take necessary precautions, particularly in areas prone to rain or mist formation. Keeping abreast of the latest weather forecasts can help individuals plan their activities and ensure their safety during changing weather conditions.

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