What is the average temperature in Saudi in the summer?(Weather In Saudi Arabia)
Weather in saudi arabia is a desert, which means it’s very hot in summer all over the country. (Think: high temperatures averaging above 40 degrees C for several months in a row.)
The notable exception is the southwestern part of the country which exhibits a semi-arid climate. In winter the temperatures are moderate, turning cold at night sometimes descending below freezing.
Although temperature varies by region and time of year, it can range from 9.4°C to 43.3°C and is rarely below 5°C or above 45.5°C.
Lack of rain contributes to these high temperatures. Average annual rainfall in most parts of the country is below 150 mm throughout the year.
What is the hottest city in Saudi?(Weather In Saudi Arabia)
Makkah, known for being the holiest city in Islam, is also the hottest city in Saudi. In summer, temperatures sometimes top 48 degrees C.
When does it rain in Saudi?
Being a desert climate, rain is scarce and usually concentrated from November through April.
Does it snow in Saudi ?
Yes; in fact, a big storm that traveled across Europe in early 2020 led to snowfall in the desert near Tabuk, about 190 kilometers northwest of the Red Sea. But even absent such meteorological events, snow is not uncommon in Saudi during winter, particularly in the mountains of the northern regions.
What’s the best time to travel to the beaches in Saudi?
November is considered by many to be the best month for swimming and sunbathing in the Arabian Gulf, along the east coast. Over in the Red Sea, from Jeddah south along the west coast,
these activities can be enjoyed year-round because the sea and the air are warm even in winter.
What is the weather like in Riyadh?
Riyadh, the capital, is located in the center of the country, at 600 meters above sea level. From December to February, the weather is mild. In summer, it almost never rains, and the temperatures are very high,
around 44 degrees C — although the relative humidity is low. “I was there in December, and it was incredibly hot during the day, despite a gentle breeze. But we went to the desert at night, and it was really chilly.
We put on light down jackets and drank copious amounts of tea to keep warm!” reports Hande Oynar, an American writer who worked in Riyadh.
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