Issued 13th May 2010 Points2Deliver UAE Weather Update Source: Info. accumulated from several online weather sites UAE Weekend (14th & 15th May 2010) & Forecast Around the Arabian PeninsulaThis weekend weather in UAE in general will be clear sunny skies, high wind on Friday afternoonwith cloudy skies on Saturday night to Sunday.Temp High: 43 DegreeTemp Low: 26 Degree (in some part even higher to 30 Degree at night)Summer approaching: How you will know that?A good example is forecast that you will be see from the next slides. Most of the weather effectsystem will starts from Indian Ocean instead from the North (Turkey /Syria / Iraq / Iran ) to UAE.There is a low pressure system near the coastal area of Somali at present in which after few comingdays it will affect the weather in Yemen, Oman, Part of Saudi Arabia and UAE. May bring Heavy rainand thunderstorms in the areas of Yemen / Oman Border.Have a Look.
Points2Deliver Forecast Around the Middle East North Indian OceanIraqSaudiArabia UAE Oman Indian Ocean Cloud Cover Yemen Bay Of Bengal Monday 17th May 2010 Approaching Yemen/Oman costal areas. Rain in Socotra Island with high waves from the sea / wind Socotra Island (Yemen) Image Source: Weather-forecast.com
Points2DeliverForecast Around the Middle East North Indian Ocean Cloud Cover Tuesday18th May 2010 Cloud cover part of south Yemen, most of Oman and approaching UAE. Rain intensify in Socotra Island and showers in SalalahPhoto Credit: Hasan Al Jabri Image Source: Weather-forecast.com
Points2Deliver Forecast Around the Middle East North Indian Ocean Cloud Cover Wednesday 19th May 2010 Most part of Yemen, some few showers in the south. All Oman covered with cloud and heavy rain around Saudi Border and some parts of the Oman. Very high wind / waves & rough seas at the coastal areas of Yemen and Oman border. While in UAE cloudy Skies, no rain at presentPhoto Credit: Hasan Al Jabri predicted . Image Source: Weather-forecast.com
Points2Deliver Weather Photo Saudi Arabia – The Holy City of Mecca, Masjid Al Haram – May 2010 pool of water from recent heavy downpour Photo Credit: Unknown source
Points2Deliver Weather quote: Bad weather always looks worse through a window. ~Author Unknown. Wish you Enjoyable Weekend Regards, Hassan Al Jabry Excellence in Motion points2deliver at hotmail.comNote: Weather predictions are made possible using the best technology available today, but still un-expected “freak weather” sometimes may occur which happen veryrare. So be ready and do not blame the weather man. www.dubai-travel-uae-guide.com