BY PMA RASHEED
The Gulf Today,
4 March 2010
The UAE bade good-bye to the week of unsettled weather conditions as the sun shone on Wednesday, signalling a pleasant and warm start to the day for residents.
Met officials said the curtain has rung down on the week-long rain saga that was accompanied by strong storms. This, they added, even as the skies over the UAE are partly cloudy in general.
Chance of fog and mist is forecasted in the interior parts of the UAE on Thursday morning.
Adil Kamal, Weather Forecast In-Charge at National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), told The Gulf Today that there is no rain predicted from Thursday onwards, but weather will be breezy, windy and cool, especially in the Northern and Eastern regions of the country.
According to him, the Shamal wind that blew on Wednesday over the country may continue moderately on Thursday afternoon. The situation in the sea also will be moderate, which is attributed to the stable weather conditions in general.
A duty forecaster at the Dubai Met Office said, "Maximum temperature of 25¡C with a minimum of 18¡C is expected on Thursday.
In Sharjah, Thursday will be sunny with clear skies at night. Weather pattern will be pretty much the same on Friday with Saturday expected to receive abundant sunshine.