UAE Weather: Rain Possibility Tomorrow

The forecast provided by the National Center of Meteorology for tomorrow in the UAE offers valuable insights into expected weather conditions across various regions.

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Residents and visitors alike can use this information to plan their activities accordingly, ensuring they are prepared for potential changes throughout the day.

The weather for tomorrow is expected to be mostly fair with sporadic cloud cover. On the other hand, during the afternoon, there's a chance that cumulus clouds could form over mountainous areas, which could result in isolated showers. The predicted increase in temperature is moderate, with select coastal and inland areas expecting exceptionally humid conditions on Sunday morning and night.

Winds are expected to be mild to moderate, occasionally becoming active, blowing primarily from the southeast to the northeast at speeds ranging from 10 to 20 km/h, with gusts reaching up to 35 km/h. Wave conditions in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman are predicted to be relatively calm, with specific tide and low tide timings provided for those planning maritime activities.

The table detailing maximum and minimum temperatures, along with humidity levels, offers specific insights for various cities across the UAE. For example, Abu Dhabi is expected to experience a maximum temperature of 34°C and a minimum of 24°C, with humidity levels ranging around 80% at maximum and 25% at minimum. Similar forecasts are provided for cities such as Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah, Al Ain, Liwa, Ruwais, Ghayathi, Dalma, Greater Tunb and Lesser Tunb, and Abu Musa.

City Max Temp (°C) Min Temp (°C) Max Humidity (%) Min Humidity (%)
Abu Dhabi 34 24 80 25
Dubai 36 27 70 20
Sharjah 35 21 75 25
Ajman 35 24 80 25
Umm Al Quwain 37 20 85 30
Ras Al Khaimah 36 18 80 30
Fujairah 32 25 70 30
Al Ain 36 22 60 15
Liwa 36 19 85 25
Ruwais 31 22 85 40
Ghayathi 31 23 80 35
Dalma 32 25 85 35
Greater Tunb / Lesser Tunb 33 26 80 30
Abu Musa 34 24 80 35

With the help of this thorough prediction, people and organizations may make well-informed decisions about travel, outdoor activities, and other plans that may be impacted by the weather. In order to protect their safety and comfort amid the UAE's changing environment, people can better prepare for any potential weather-related interruptions by keeping up with the most recent forecasts from the National Center of Meteorology.

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