Nonstop Rains in the United Arab Emirates Breaks 24-year Record

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The NCM expects temperatures to drop significantly between 4 and 6 degrees today.

The UAE recorded its highest amount of precipitation in 24 years, said the National Meteorological Center. After two days of incessant rain, Khatm Al Shakla d’Al Ain recorded 184.4 mm of water. The previous record was 144 mm of rainwater recorded at Khor Fakkan in Sharjah in 1996.

Rains are expected until Wednesday, and relative humidity is expected to increase on Monday morning in the interior areas.

The NCM expects temperatures to drop significantly between 4 and 6 degrees today.

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