Temperatures In UAE Are Inching Towards 50C
Are you feeling it?!
The highest temperature recorded over the country on Monday was 47.1°C in Al Shawamekh (Abu Dhabi) at 14:15 and in Bada Dafas (Al Dharfra Region) at 13:15 UAE Local time.
And as it inches towards 50C the Dubai government has announced the annual Midday Break which bans people from working outside daily during peak high-heat hours. The government also urges employers to provide cold drinking water and shaded spaces to workers.
47C was the highest record temperature, while 23C was the lowest
The lowest temperature recorded in the UAE yesterday was 23C
#أقل_درجة_حرارة سجلت على الدولة صباح هذا اليوم 23 درجة مئوية في براكة (منطقة الظفرة) الساعة 06:15 بالتوقيت المحلي لدولة الإمارات.#The_lowest_temperature recorded over the country today morning is 23 °C in Barakah (Al Dhafra region) at 06:15 UAE Local time. pic.twitter.com/VMPjRW9ALW
— المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMUAE) June 6, 2023
The Mandatory Midday Break For Workers Begins Soon
The Midday Break which bans work performed under the sun and in open spaces between 12:30 PM until 3 PM will be effective starting June 15 until September 15, 2023. The MOHRE urges
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