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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The temperature in the Al Dhafra area of ​​Abu Dhabi, UAE reaches 49.4°C


Syed Shayan Bakht, Journalist

The highest temperature recorded in the country on Sunday was 49.4 degrees Celsius, the National Center of Meteorology (NCM) revealed.

The highest temperature was recorded in Hamim in the Al Dhafra area at 15:15 local time in the UAE, the NCM said.

The meteorological agency also said that the lowest temperature recorded at Barakah in Dhafra district was 24.9°C at 05:30 local time in the UAE.

NCM expects fine to partly cloudy weather on Monday, with occasional dust during the day, clouds in the east, and possible cumulus in the afternoon.

Wet at night, fog or light fog possible in some coastal areas.

Wind speed is light to moderate.

Wind: southeast-northeast/level 10-25, up to 40 km/h. Arabian Gulf: light, first tide at 19:11, second tide at 06:37, first tide at 12:03, second tide at 01:05.

Sea of ​​Oman: Moderate, sometimes rough, first tide at 14:59, second at 04:40, first at 08:33, second at 22:16.

Residents urged to stay hydrated

Health experts are urging residents to stay hydrated to avoid health problems.

Experts suggest that increasing your fluid intake is one of the easiest ways to stay hydrated in the UAE during summer. This also means drinking water even if you don’t feel thirsty.

The best way to beat the summer heat in the UAE is to make it a habit to drink a tall glass of water every morning when you wake up.

This helps rehydrate your body, makes you more alert and helps your brain function better.

It is important to stay hydrated during exercise. If you get too little, you could become dehydrated. But consuming too much fluid can actually cause problems, such as exercise-induced low sodium or hyponatremia.

Summer Workout Tips

The purpose of rehydration — whether it’s water or a drink with electrolytes — is to pull fluid back into our system so our organs can function properly.

How much to drink and when to drink is up to each individual. The general rule of thumb for doctors right now is to drink when you’re thirsty. While there are guidelines for hydrating before, during, and after exercise, looking and listening to your body is the best indicator you need to hydrate.

Of course, in the summer, when the weather is hotter and you may be exercising outside, you may need to consume more fluids than usual.

For most people, plain water is best. Depending on how hard you exercise, you can get about half of your fluid intake in water and the other half in drinks that contain electrolytes and some carbohydrates.

The reason you want a drink that contains both of these ingredients is that when you sweat, your body loses fluid as well as electrolytes, such as sodium and chloride. Carbohydrates fuel your working muscles. Watch out for the sugar content, though.


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