The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has convened a number of meetings in response to the fluctuating weather conditions that have been seen across the nation.
There was also a warning issued earlier this week for rainfall of varied intensities, lightning, thunder, and possibly hail in certain locations from Sunday to Tuesday. The warning was issued throughout the week.
The authority has not only stated that the nation is ready to deal with the impending drop in temperatures, but it has also emphasized that precautionary steps are currently being adopted. Moreover, an advisory was issued by the NCEMA.
Residents’ adherence to safety protocols
The alert stressed the importance of residents adhering to safety protocols, particularly in regions that are prone to experiencing significant rains. In addition, it requested that drivers exercise great caution and steer clear of water channels, paths that are prone to flooding, and water terrains.
The North Carolina Emergency Management Agency has requested that folks refrain from spreading rumors and instead rely on official sources for accurate information and direction.
Well prepared to deal with low environmental temperatures
Additionally, the Ministry of Interior reaffirmed that it is well-prepared to deal with the decrease in environmental temperatures. Additionally, it has asked the general population to be cautious, to maintain vigilance, and to adhere to the safety criteria and norms.
In the meantime, the Ras Al Khaimah Police Department has encouraged drivers to drive safely when the weather is unfavorable.
Issuing a warning to drivers
In addition, they requested that drivers make use of low-beam headlights in order to improve visibility and to check that the wind shield wipers were in good condition and functioning properly. Additionally, the police asked drivers to check the brakes of their vehicles after driving through puddles when they were driving. During the rainy season, they also requested that locals avoid going into their valleys.