Skip Nav
Denmark Minister of Immigration: Ramadan Fasting Dangerous
Denmark
A Minister of Immigration Thinks Fasting During Ramadan Poses a Danger to Society
Boy, 10, Cuts Water Wastage at Mosque
Eco-Friendly
A 10-Year-Old Thought His Mosque Was Wasting Too Much Water ... So He Did Something About It
Tunisians Protest Right to Eat in Public During Ramadan
Tunisia
Tunisians Are Protesting the Right to Eat in Public During Ramadan and the Twittersphere Is Divided
Dubai Pushes For Flexible Working Hours in Bad Weather
Fog
Flexible Working Hours in Bad Weather Could Become a Thing in Dubai

Hot Weather Breaking in the UAE

Finally! Here's When the Hot Weather Will Break in the UAE

This weekend was unbearable, weather wise. But just when it seems like there's no end in sight, the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS)has announced that the heat will end within the next six weeks, and it can't come soon enough.

Speaking to Gulf News, a reporter from NCMS explained that by September 21, we can expect to see a drop in temperatures: "After the sun's rays crosses the equator on September 21, or around this time, then the temperature will gradually decrease below the tropical area," he said.

Though we certainly have a few more weeks of misery, just knowing that we'll soon be back to clear, sunny skies and being outdoors again is helping us get to the 21st!

Over the next few days, we're looking at temperatures in the mid to high 40s, with high humidity and haze, but remember: only 40 more days!

Image Source: Shutterstock
Dubai Pushes For Flexible Working Hours in Bad Weather
Warning For Swimming in the UAE January 2018
Rain Prayer UAE Mosques
Humidity in Dubai October 2017
Fog in the UAE August 2017
How to Keep Pets Safe in the Extreme Heat
Weather in the UAE August
Weather in The UAE August 2017
Weather in The UAE July
Dubai is Handing Out Free Umbrellas
Weather Warning UAE July
Storm in Al Ain 2017
Latest Career & Money
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds