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Weather forecaster explains why it’s too cold in UAE right now

Wondering why it's been cold lately in UAE?

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Have you also wondered why it’s too cold outside these days? You might as well wear thicker winter coats over the weekend as it’s been predicted to be colder!

According to local news, temperatures in UAE would rise to a maximum of 20 to 24 degrees Celsius from Thursday, February 13, through Sunday.

The National Centre for Meteorology (NCM) posted on its Twitter account that over the coming days the temperatures will be between 14 to 18 degrees Celsius.

The cold winds that UAE residents experiencing right now came from the strong northwesterly winds that descended to the UAE.

“The strong northwesterly winds had caused a significant drop in temperatures in many parts of the country. This is, however, normal during this period of the year. The temperatures are expected to rise over the coming days,” a weather forecaster was quoted as saying in a recent report of Khaleej Times.

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