Record-Breaking Rainfall in Dubai and Sharjah Leads to Flight Disruptions and Road Closures


In an unprecedented turn of events, Dubai and Sharjah have witnessed a record-breaking 75-year rainfall, causing chaos across the region. Within just 24 hours, an astounding 120 milliliters of rain was recorded, shattering previous records.

The deluge of rain has wreaked havoc on the infrastructure, leading to the cancellation of more than 45 flights at Dubai International Airport. Additionally, authorities have taken the unprecedented step of closing Sheikh Zayed Road for the first time in history due to the dangerous conditions caused by the heavy rainfall.

In response to the extreme weather conditions, the Meteorological Department has issued warnings of further rainfall, urging residents to exercise caution and stay indoors. The unexpected downpour serves as a stark reminder of the increasing unpredictability of weather patterns in the region and the urgent need for preparedness in the face of such natural disasters.

Stay tuned for further updates as the situation continues to unfold.

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