It’s boots, brollies… and ‘take action’ weather according to the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology.
A storm is likely to hit the UAE today, and in anticipation, Abu Dhabi schools announced on Tuesday evening they will be closed on Wednesday. Dubai authorities are leaving it up to each individual school to make a decision.
Rain is expected to start falling on Wednesday AM and continue for most of the day
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Brace yourselves. The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) reports that these clouds will increase and parts of the UAE might experience thunderstorms and rainfall overnight. The clouds will increase as the day goes on Tuesday evening before the raining pours until Wednesday morning. Via @storm_ae
A weather report issued this morning comes with a ‘take action’ warning
The deep red ‘take action’ warning notifies residents to be extremely vigilant of the oncoming weather.
On Tuesday evening, Abu Dhabi announced its city schools would close due to unstable weather
While the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) declared it’s up to Dubai schools themselves to decide whether they will remain open or closed
It might be wet tomorrow but boomer says you still got school. 👵🏼👨🏼🦳 (unless your principal decides otherwise) pic.twitter.com/BWgOVk1X1Y
— KHDA (@KHDA) November 19, 2019
Abu Dhabi has been hit with a red alert for low visibility
— المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) November 20, 2019