Some areas in the mountainous region are still inaccessible following flooding that turned roads into rivers, washed out bridges, swept away houses and killed at least 26 people. Poor cell phone service is also complicating rescue efforts.
The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has issued weather alerts in some parts of the UAE, urging motorists and residents to remain cautious.
Some valleys and reefs in Thadiq Governorate, north of Riyadh, witnessed a rise in the water level, as well as the Ushaiger Governorate, northwest of Riyadh.
The Fujairah emergency committee released an electronic link through which those affected can register details about their damage.
Most of the deaths were in the southwestern province of Balochistan, where 39 people drowned or were electrocuted by downed power lines.
Light rain started on Abu Al Abyad Island in Abu Dhabi, light to moderate rains slashed the west of Umm Al Zamoul, Abu Dhabi Island, and heavy rain fell on the Yas-Abu Dhabi road, and Riyadh and Mohammed Bin Zayed City.
A number of areas in the country, on Thursday, witnessed rainfall of varying intensity, as a result of the country being affected by an extension of a surface low pressure system from the east.
Light to moderate rains started to fall on Wadi Al Ajili in Ras Al Khaimah, at 2:30pm, while moderate rains fell on Mullaqat and Khat Al Shakla in the city of Al Ain, turning into heavy rains with hail over areas in Al Ain.
As for mercury recordings, the lowest temperature recorded in the country on Monday was 20.8°C in Rakna area in Al Ain city at 05:00 am, the NCM said.
The weather body said the fog which lasted for 8 hours began forming from 12.00 midnight until 8am on Al Mirfa, Tarif, Madinat Zayed and Habshan in the Al Dhafra region, on Sweihan in Al Ain, besides a number of other regions.