The UAE Ministry of Interior issued important instructions to residents today due to the rainstorm

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Due to the precipitation that occurred today, the Ministry of Interior of the United Arab Emirates provided vital advice to its citizens.

The UAE Ministry of Interior issued important instructions to residents due to the rainy thunderstorm.

As a result of the rainy thunderstorm, the Ministry of Interior of the United Arab Emirates provided vital instructions to the local population.

The country is experiencing rain and winds of varied intensities, along with thunder, lightning, and hail, according to the Ministry of Interior. Additional weather phenomena include hail. The roads have experienced a decrease in horizontal visibility as a result of the unstable conditions.

Residents have been informed that they should drive with caution, limit their speed while driving, and steer clear of water ponds and streams that are running quickly. Due to the potential for harm, individuals are strongly advised to avoid going to beaches and to avoid going into the ocean. In the Arabian Gulf and the Oman Sea, it is forecast that the sea conditions will initially be mild; however, it is possible that they will grow rough, particularly due to the presence of cloud activity.

In response to the decrease in temperature, the Ministry emphasized that it is ready and equipped to deal with the situation. It is extremely recommended that members of the public refrain from spreading rumors and instead rely on official sources for the latest information regarding rain, thunderstorms, and floods.

When will the rainstorm end in the UAE?

When will the downpour in the United Arab Emirates come to an end?

Last week, the National Climate Service (NCM) issued a weather notice that predicted rain of varied intensities from Sunday through Tuesday.

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