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Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 22 September 2018

UAE weather: windy conditions along the coast 

Hazy and cloudy conditions are set to continue over the next two days

Sharjah, which has the longest corniche in the UAE, is offering waterfront development to tap into growing freehold investor appetite. Antonie Robertson / The National
Sharjah, which has the longest corniche in the UAE, is offering waterfront development to tap into growing freehold investor appetite. Antonie Robertson / The National

Forecasters warned that fresh winds will whip up dust this morning and cause rough seas in the Arabian Gulf.

Hazy and cloudy conditions are set to continue over the next two days with cloud cover increasing in eastern and southern areas and may include some convective clouds, according to the National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology.

Temperatures across the country will continue to be "hot to very hot", with highs reaching 43°C and 47°C in the interior, and range between 39°C and 36°C along the coast, and between 35°C and 39°C in the mountains.

Humidity levels will rise to about 85 per cent at night and in the morning over coastal areas. Humidity will be lower inland and in the mountains.

Wind speeds may reach 34 kph over coastal areas, while sea conditions will be moderate to rough at times in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in the Sea of Oman.

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