While temperatures float higher than the November average
Fog and mist hinder visibility in Al Ain, RAK
Misty weather is set to continue over some northern coastal and internal areas of the country with visibility to less than 1000 meters until 8 am, forecasters at the National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) said.
Mist covered Khalifa College in Al Ain, Al Minhad area and Ras Al Khaimah on Thursday early morning with cloud cover intensifying over the west.
Fair weather is expected with light to moderate winds in general, the weather centre said.
Temperatures will range between 24°C to 35°C in Dubai, 22°C to 34°C in Abu Dhabi, 19°C to 35°C along the coast and 14°C to 28°C in the mountains. Typically, November temperatures range between 20°C to 31°C, while this week has been hitting the late 30s, according to Accuweather data.
Humidity levels are expected to increase at night and Friday morning over the coastal areas. This will be coupled with high humidity ranging between 70 to 85 per cent around coastal with up to 75 per cent in the mountains.
Seas will be slight to moderate in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.