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Sharjah experiences partial rain
By a Staff Reporter July 04, 2017
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SHARJAH: The Emirate of Sharjah’s Al Madam area witnessed heavy rainfall on Monday afternoon, leaving residents yearning for similar spells in the city centre.

The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) tweeted, “Rain over Al Madam and Al Shuwaib area.” A small clip showing rainfall along with stormy winds followed it. However the temperature in the emirate remained high dashing the hope of any showers.

The highest temperature in the country was recorded at 51°C in Mezaira area, Abu Dhabi around 3pm, while the lowest temperature was recorded at  24.3°C in Damsa, the NCMS tweeted.
 

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