Forecasters have warned winds of up to 50kph could churn up the seas off the UAE coast on Tuesday.
The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) warned people to expect waves of up 2.4 metres in height until 9pm.
The conditions are being exacerbated by strong north-westerly winds sweeping down through the Arabian Gulf.
Meanwhile, it will be cloudy across parts of the UAE on Tuesday, with even the possibility of some rain.
By the evening, the humidity is expected to rise - reaching 90 per cent in some areas - bringing a chance of fog formation by midnight.
Maximum temperatures will hit 25C on Tuesday, while it could sink to a chilly 7C in the mountains.
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