UAE temperatures set to drop
You may have already noticed that the weather is getting cooler, but according to The National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), November will see at least a further six degree drop.
November is a transitional period for UAE weather, with moderate temperatures during the day and lower temperatures at night. However, ‘Cyclone Chapala’ is expected to bring rough seas to the UAE coast, although we are not expected to be directly affected by the cyclone.
Although we won't see any extreme weather, you can expect low air and mercury to drop to the high twenties by the end of November. Although ‘winter’ doesn’t usually start in the UAE until late December, we’ve already seen some cooler days, which are expected to continue over the next month. Experts predict the coming weeks to be between four and six degrees cooler than October.
So what does this all mean? If you’re into your beach days, sunbathing should be a lot more pleasant than it has been lately, and there’s a higher chance of clouds. Apart from that, it should be business as usual.