Dubai Weather

Weather in Dubai

Dubai, Dubai Average weather for the year Dubai's warmest months are August, with an mean of 96°F (36°C) and the coolest is January at 66°F (19°C), with the most sunny June days. February is the wetest months with an annual rainfall of 40mm. For swimming in the ocean, the best months are August, when the mean ocean temperatures are 33°C (91°F).

Typical Temperatures High and low temperatures on average: Averages of precipitation: Sunshine on an daily average: Sea mean temperature:

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Over Dubai in overwinters. Dubaïrica has a subtropical arid condition, Köppen Class Bwh, because of its situation in the statesman tract of tract. Somers are extremly humid and hot,[1] with an mean high around 41°C (106°F) and nightly low around 31°C (88°F). Wintry is mild and brief with an mean high of 26°C (79°F) and nightly low of 17°C (63°F).

However, in recent years, the amount of fallout has increased and reaches 150 mm per year[2] The weather in Dubai can lead to brief and erratic rainfalls of the kind typically found in the Middle East. The most rainfalls occur between December and March. Weather between December and March stays hot and is regarded as the most pleasant season.

A low atmospheric area is developing over Dubai during the winter months, which forces powerful north-westerly wind from Saudi Arabia. Also known as Arabic for the northern wind, the wind becomes gusting and erratic when it reaches Dubai. It increases the amount of sandy desertsand and reduces sight and the storms can last for several nights.

Remarkable sand storms that have struck Dubai in recent years:

UAE weather continues to be volatile this weekend

Dubai: Instable weather will last until Thursday in the United Arab Emirates, taking all sorts of fumes and dusts, rains and mists or mists to different parts of the world. Most of Dubai's cityscape and many other structures went up in smoke on Tuesday. Irregular weather is due to a number of causes, three of which are low pressures.

They are located in Saudi Arabia to the UAE and the Indian Ocean, where the expansion of top barometric pressures causes a relatively cool and moist airflow to the east. And the third is a shallow low water print over the South of Iran, the Iranian Weather Office said.

The visibility will worsen until Thursday due to dusty wind from Saudi Arabia. A similar situation is anticipated on Tuesday as southeastern to northeastern and northwinds blow a maximum of 42 km/h of airborne wind. The view over the west coast will be better on Tuesday. However, airborne particulates get trapped in the east and west of the state.

Airborne particles are likely to start receding from Wednesday and will dissolve on Thursday even. Also over the east parts of the state near the hills there will be raindrops on Tuesday to Wednesday afternoons. Moist east to southeast wind is due to low pressures in the northern part of Saudi Arabia.

They will be obstructed by the hills and then moved upwards, condensing and falling in the shape of rains. Until Thursday the air moisture should rise, which can lead to smoke or mists in the west of the state. On Thursday and Friday there may be rainy nebulae.

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