The United Arab Emirate residents and tourists from many parts of the world are enjoying the chilly weather, spending their quality of time with family and friends (“Thunderstorm, rainbow, chilly breeze bring back winter in UAE,” Feb.12, Gulf Today website).
According to the report, heavy rains with lightning and thunder fell on most areas across the UAE on Sunday as a result of the unstable weather conditions that would continue till Tuesday.
The United Arab Emirates, the full of life and vibrant country, where people from more than 100 countries live together with love, peace and harmony.
The best part of the United Arab Emirates government is keeping people updated regarding weather conditions so people will be careful when they are on the busy roads of the UAE.
I hope people will pay attention to the weather department’s guidelines and drive their vehicles carefully to avoid any ill-fated incidents on the roads during the rainy season.
Snow blanketed parts of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt on Wednesday, blocking roads, disrupting traffic and postponing vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 and even exams at some universities. Nearly a dozen roads in eastern and northern Lebanon were closed to traffic because of the snow.
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