Amidst the aftermath of a record-breaking rainfall, the UAE stands vigilant as meteorologists predict another bout of precipitation this week.

According to the latest findings from the esteemed National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), the UAE experienced its most substantial rainfall in over seven decades last week, sending shockwaves across the nation. While the severity of last week’s tempest is not expected to recur, the NCM urges residents to remain cautious as they anticipate scattered showers throughout the upcoming days.

As the sun rises on Monday, April 22, the UAE braces for a predominantly overcast day, accompanied by mild to moderate breezes. However, the anticipation peaks on Tuesday, April 23, as the NCM forecasts a heightened probability of light to moderate rainfall, particularly in the eastern and southern regions. In Dubai, the likelihood of precipitation hovers between 30 to 90 percent, underscoring the need for vigilance among residents.

Thankfully, relief seems imminent as the week progresses. Wednesday’s forecast offers a glimmer of hope with clearer skies and scant cloud cover, albeit with a faint chance of rainfall in the northeastern extremities. Although Thursday and Friday may witness intermittent showers, they are expected to be confined to mountainous and far northern and eastern locales.

The UAE continues to recuperate from the unprecedented storm and its cascading impacts on vital infrastructure. From public transportation disruptions to flight delays, the nation grappled with the aftermath of nature’s fury. Nevertheless, as the dust settles, normalcy gradually returns, ushering in a sense of resilience and fortitude among the populace.

As the UAE navigates through these uncertain weather patterns, one thing remains certain: the unwavering resolve of its people to weather any storm that comes their way.

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