UAE Storm
UAE Storm not yet over : Heavy rain still beating Dubai, Abu Dhabi.

🌊 Orange alert issued across UAE as thunderstorm intensifies; hazardous weather expected.

The which started on Friday evening, mainly in Abu Dhabi, spread to all areas of the UAE early on Saturday and caused localised flooding. Many parts of the country saw significant amounts of with events cancelled, flights diverted, wadis and beaches shut and several roads partially flooded.
Six months' worth of falls on UAE in four days.

More than 77mm fell in one part of Fujairah over the weekend as a major swept through most parts of the country
In the Fujairah neighbourhood of Al FarFar, 77.4mm of fell, while 25.4mm fell in Al Ain.
The UAE's average rainfall is less than 100mm a year.
The National Centre of Meteorology has denied the reports claiming that the surface depression is over, clarifying that there is no truth to these circulating rumours.
This news is not true. Currently, the country is still affected by the surface depression. As at the moment, we are experiencing heavy rain in Abu Dhabi and ,” stated weather forecaster Maha Al Hashemi from the National Centre of Meteorology.


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