The national centre of meteorology and seismology United Arab Emirates reported that at 14:30 on June 17 in Liwa, located in Abu Dhabi, was recorded temperature of 51 degrees Celsius.
On 18-19 June the temperature will drop to 37-39 degrees, and then again UAE is expecting extremely hot weather – the thermometer column will rise to 49 degrees Celsius. However, the humidity in the coastal zone would be 95%, and in the internal areas – 90%.
In 2017, the peak of the summer heat came on the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan. In the daytime the faithful do not eat or drink. This makes it almost impossible to stay on the air.
Foreign tourists are advised to choose bright, airy clothes, drink at least two liters of water a day, avoid being outside in the hot weather and to carry a portable fan with batteries.
We add that the record temperature in the UAE were recorded in July 2016. Then, in the Dubai heat reached 60 degrees. Because of the high humidity it felt like 64 degrees.