In response to the bad weather in Dubai Government has issued a directive for all government employees to work remotely
This morning in Dubai, residents woke up to an unusual and unwelcome change in weather, as the city experienced a bout of adverse conditions.
Heavy rain accompanied by gusty winds created a stark departure from the usual arid climate of the region, causing disruptions in daily activities. Streets transformed into temporary rivers as rainwater cascaded down.
The unaccustomed downpours led to traffic congestion, with commuters navigating through slick roads and reduced visibility. Residents, accustomed to the relentless sunshine, found themselves having to navigate waterlogged streets.
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In response to the forecast of unstable weather over the weekend, the Government has issued a directive for all government employees to work remotely on Monday.
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The National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) has also urged residents to exercise caution during adverse weather conditions.
With a series of recent rain spells and a drop in temperatures, authorities emphasise adherence to safety protocols and reliance on official channels for updates.
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