Ramadan in UAE this year will be hot, confirmed by the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM).
According to its forecast, during most days of Ramadan, the weather will be relatively hot during the daytime over internal and coastal areas, milder at night and pleasant at dawn.
“Over mountainous areas, it will be mild to pleasant evening to night,” it added.
“According to data for this period, average temperatures range between 33 degrees Celsius and 41 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperatures reach approximately 48 degrees over some internal areas by afternoon, while the mean minimum temperatures range between 21 degrees Celsius to 26 degrees Celsius, and the lowest minimum temperature reaches approximately 7 degrees Celsius recorded in some mountainous or internal areas in the early morning hours,” it further added.
The weather bureau said that this year’s Ramadan is the first transitional period between summer and winter.