ABU DHABI // A warning of fresh winds and rough sea conditions on the Arabian Gulf continues to be in effect Tuesday.
The National Center of Meteorology and Seismology issued the warning, which affects offshore areas of the Arabia Gulf, late Monday night and extended it this morning.
Wind speeds on the coast and internal areas will range from about 10 to 24 km/h, peaking at about 32 km/h at times, while in the mountains stronger winds will prevail at between 20 and 30 km/h.
Coastal areas and the islands will also see cloud formations increasing at times.
The relative humidity will increase by night and early morning over some of internal areas, leading to a potential build-up of fog or mist, especially to the west.
Tuesday’s high will reach between 26°C and 30°C along the coast, and a couple of degrees warmer in the interior. Temperatures in the mountains will range from 17°C to 23°C.