Residents of the United Arab Emirates and its guests from all over the world are having the best time and enjoying the best cool days of winter in the country. The festive season in the country has made the country colourful and vibrant (“UAE records lowest temperature at 3.8°C, light rain witnessed in Abu Dhabi,” Feb.8, Gulf Today website).
According to the report, the lowest temperature recorded in the country on Thursday was 3.8°C at 12:30 am in Jebel Jais, Ras Al Khaimah, while Rakna area in Al Ain recorded 4.5°C at 4:45 am, the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) reported.
In the meantime, scattered areas witnessed light rain, like South Muzaira in the Al Dhafra region, Abu Dhabi, and other areas, the NCM added. It also explained that the weather from Sunday to Tuesday would witness cumulus clouds towering over scattered areas, accompanied by rain of varying intensity at intervals, lightning and thunder sometimes, with the possibility of hail falling on some areas with a decrease in temperatures.
The United Arab Emirates is one of the most visited countries in the world. People from different parts of the world prefer to spend their vacation in the UAE than other countries with their family and friends. There are confirmed reports that the UAE has welcomed millions of more tourists from all over the world this year than last year, which is highly laudable.
The camp provided children with a variety of sports and leisure activities, and was held from Dec.15 to Jan.2, 2020.
The country's lowest temperature this year was recorded at 4.5 degrees Celsius (40.1° Fahrenheit) early on Sunday in Tetulia, a border town in Bangladesh's north, the weather office said.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Today, we launched the "The World’s Coolest Winter" campaign for the second year, with the cooperation of the federal authorities and local tourism departments as one team, to consolidate the UAE as a single tourist destination, as confirmed by the fifty principles.”
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