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UAE temperatures seen rising over next two days – paper

High temperatures and humidity rise to continue over Saturday and Sunday.

UAE temperatures seen rising over next two days – paper
HIGH TEMPERATURES: Current visibility for the UAE is between 6-8km. (Getty Images)

The high temperatures across the UAE will continue to rise in the coming weeks, according to a report.Patches of high cloud will be visible on Saturday and Sunday and the temperatures will remain very high, a duty forecaster of the Dubai Meteorological Office said, the Gulf News daily reported.

UAE will witness a maximum temperature of 42 degrees Celsius and minimum of 31-32 degrees Celsius over the next two days.

The humidity, creating uncomfortable conditions for anyone outside, will also continue, with a maximum of 75 per cent and minimum of 25 per cent across the UAE, the Dubai-based daily said.

Although conditions will be slightly hazy, current visibility for the UAE is between 6-8km, it added.

Humidity generally decreases during daylight hours, as the strength of the hot sun dries up the moisture. When the sun goes down, humidity generally increases, making evenings and nights uncomfortable, Gulf News added.

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