UAE Meteorology announces rain, cold and strong winds during the month of February

ahmed atef - | UAE

According to the National Meteorological Center, February is one of the winter months when the Arabian Gulf region survives due to the Siberian High's extension and a cold northern air mass.

As a result, temperatures throughout the nation generally remain below average during this month, with some areas seeing a slight increase in February compared to January.

Today's weather in the Emirates

Today's weather in the nation is partly cloudy to cloudy, with rain and occasionally some cumulus clouds over the northern and eastern regions. It also has moderate to strong winds, which are especially strong on the sea, and they are causing dust and dust to fly everywhere, making visibility low horizontally. The Arabian Gulf is experiencing turbulent to very turbulent waves, and the Sea of Oman is experiencing medium to turbulent waves.

Weather instability

According to the center, the country experiences weather instability this month due to the passage of air depressions from the Mediterranean Sea. The country also experiences active south winds that can cause dust, sand, and occasionally rain clouds to multiply. The center also noted that the prevailing winds during this month are south-easterly in the morning and turn west and north-west during the day, with occasional instances of active north-west winds known as "north winds" affecting the nation.

Average temperature in February

it explained that the average temperature in February is between 18 and 21 degrees Celsius, the average maximum temperature is between 23 and 28 degrees Celsius, and the "minor" temperature is between 12 and 16 degrees Celsius. He also pointed to the increase in relative humidity during this month and the possibility of light to dense fog in the early morning, especially on the coastal areas.

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