The dust storm continues in the Gulf countries, including the UAE, with suffocation and tears

The dust storm continues in the Gulf countries, including the UAE, with suffocation and tears
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Dubai: Dust storms are continuing in the Gulf countries, which includes the UAE. Dust is causing cloudiness in all emirates of UAE. Today will be the same. Walking was difficult because of the heat and dust.

By Tuesday evening, many areas of Dubai had been plunged into darkness. People who felt dizzy and short of breath rushed to nearby buildings. Many people had to call taxis in order to get to their homes. Heavy congestion was a common occurrence in the metropolis. Motorists were also concerned. The sea can be turbulent for those who travel to the coast.

The Gulf region was engulfed by a gust of wind coming from the Iraqi side. The temperature and atmospheric humidity increase at night. In the hinterland, and along the coast, morning fog is possible. Yesterday’s average temperature in Dubai was 37°C. It has reached 45 in some places. 45.6 degrees Celsius in Hatta. The summer ahead is expected to be even more difficult. Dubai International Airport (DXB), Dubai World Central (DWC), were all affected by a dust storm that caused reduced visibility. Yesterday’s dust storms caused the Kuwait airport to be temporarily closed.

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