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Climate in Dubai and U.A.E. :

From November To April: Soft climate, bearable heat, a little rain. It is rather as from December that one feels the arrival of the winter season, the maximum temperatures does not reach more the 30°C but remains close to 25°C while the minimal ones go down towards 15°C. The coldest month of the year is January with temperatures hardly higher than 20°C in day and which are already descended towards 3°C in the night. The wind generally blows of the North-East or north. During six months, the days of rain are rare, the quantities reach 100 to 120 mm with the maximum of rain falling between November and March. The emirate of Short-nap cloth Al-Khaym, in the North-West of the peninsula of Oman, is sprinkled a little more. Even in January, the temperature of the sea in the Persian Gulf remains higher than 20°C.
From May To October: Very dry climate, crushing heat wave without a water drop... or almost. The heat wave and the dryness are essential completely on the whole of these seven emirates. Mainly made up of deserts of sand or rock, it is not exceptional that this area, without relief, records 50°C in the shade in middle of day. On average, at least on the coasts, the average maximum temperatures are included/understood between 34 and 39°C. At the time of the hottest months, July and August, the 45°C are often exceeded. The rare possible rains over these six months are limited to two or three downpours in May. An extreme wind, and very violent one of the North-West, the shammal, can cause sandstorms which make any circulation impossible. Towards the end of the period, the shargi, wind of south, blow on the old coast of the Pirates. The temperature of the sea in the Persian Gulf can reach 30°C in June.

Dubai Climate

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