NCMS urges caution: Unstable weather forecast

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NCMS urges caution: Unstable weather forecast 19 January 2014 Unstable weather will persist over the next few days in the UAE. Residents enjoying the weather during the rain in Dubai — KT Photo by Shihab  The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS) are advising caution on the road and in the sea over the coming days. Different parts of the country received light to moderate scattered showers on Saturday and on Sunday morning. NCMS said poor weather conditions were likely to continue, and advised people not to go out into the sea and asked motorists to take precautions while driving due to poor visibility caused by dust and sand storms. The centre also warned motorists to avoid valleys during rainfall. Resident covers himself during the rain in Dubai. KT photo by Rahul Gajjar Unstable weather will persist over the country tomorrow and it will be partly cloudy to cloudy in general over most areas. Some areas will see thunder and showers. Temperatures are also expected to dip during the daytime. The sea will continue to be rough on Monday, and the weather will be cloudy to partly cloudy, with a probability of some rain, especially in the northern and eastern areas. Clouds will decrease gradually by afternoon. For more news from Khaleej Times, follow us on Facebook at , and on Twitter at @khaleejtimes Continue reading →

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