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Dubai’s Weather Has Finally Dropped And Residents Are Delighted

Winter is finally here with the lowest temperature of 21 degrees Celsius recorded

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24 September 2017

Last updated on 29 July 2019
Dubai’s Weather Has Finally Dropped And Residents Are Delighted

News reports have been teasing us with cooler weather for a couple of days and now winter has finally arrived in the UAE and residents are gladly welcoming temperatures as low as 21 degrees Celsius.

Walking around during the weekend, you could hear everyone making remarks about how great the weather was outside during night time. Usually residents only start noticing lower temperatures in the UAE from October but according to the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) winter has come early this year.

The NCMS have recorded much lower temperatures across the UAE today with Jumeirah dropping to 31.2 degrees Celsius, Abu Dhabi to 29.2 degrees Celsius and Al Ain to 21.5 degrees Celsius.

Minimum temperatures of 24 - 31 degrees Celsius can be expected along the coast this week and temperatures of 20 – 29 degrees Celsius in internal and mountain areas.



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Along with the cooler temperatures, some of the Eastern regions have already seen their first thunderstorm and hail last week Sunday, September 18th, 2017. More rain is expected over some of the southern and eastern areas according to the NCMS’s daily forecast.

Residents in Dubai have been taking to social media to share their thoughts of this early winter. 

Others are wondering if it is just their immagination.

People are already getting out and becoming more active with the cooler weather.

Everyone is happy that winter is finally here.


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