Humidity is also expected to shoot up to 90 percent in coastal regions while drier weather is expected inland
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) looks set to endure a baking hot week, with temperatures expected to hit 46 degrees in Dubai on Monday, as the resumption of the Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six draws closer.
According to the National Centre of Meteorology, Abu Dhabi, which will be hosting the HBL PSL season six matches, is forecasted to reach 45 degrees in the next few days.
Humidity is also expected to shoot up to 90 percent in coastal regions while drier weather is expected inland.
In the Sweihan area of Al Ain, a weather centre registered a temperature of 51 degrees during Sunday afternoon in the UAE.
According to the weather forecast hot temperatures, high humidity and hazy conditions are expected throughout the week.
It should be noted that the HBL PSL season six, which was originally postponed due to the rise in coronavirus cases in Pakistan, is scheduled to resume on June 9 in Abu Dhabi while the final is expected to be played on June 24.
The weather is Abu Dhabi is expected to be very hot and the players have begun to train for the harsh conditions that are being expected.