More rain is forecast for the Emirates this week following a weekend downpour that led to flooding and disruption on the roads.
The National Centre of Meteorology said there would be unsettled weather from Tuesday to Thursday.
There will be rain in Dubai and the Northern Emirates early on Wednesday but it will be dry later, the centre's weather chart forecast. Showers were also predicted for Oman, while Abu Dhabi should be dry, the chart showed.
Temperatures will be chilly in the mornings and evenings this week, with highs of about 25ºC in most areas.
At the weekend, there were yellow and amber alerts as downpours led to flooding in some areas.
On Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, floodwater covered parts of the 12-lane motorway, leading to tailbacks. Nationwide, police urged drivers to be cautious.
January and February are typically the wettest months in the Emirates.
But records were broken last summer when floods brought Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah to a standstill, leading to seven deaths and hundreds being rescued.