Aqaba Jordan Weather
Clouds formed in the skies above the Arabian Peninsula on Tuesday, the highest mountain in the UAE, Jabal al-Lawz, Arab News reported. The video also tells how an American family traveled to Jabal al-Hawa in Saudi Arabia after noticing that there was a "severe weather warning" and the area was covered in snow at sunset. Serious readers of the paper should take it as a footnote, because although the temperature was almost 70 degrees at the time of the storm, the storm left a surreal scene that looked like snow on desert sand. Snow fell on the highest peaks in the emirate on Wednesday as temperatures dropped below freezing, according to the US Geological Survey.
Temperatures in the Dead Sea and Jordan Valley are typically 8 to 10 degrees above those in Amman, according to the US Geological Survey.
Temperatures reach 40 degrees Celsius in summer and fall below freezing in winter, while they can reach 40 degrees Celsius and 104 degrees Celsius in summer. In most deserts in Jordan, less than 120 mm of rain falls per year, while the average rainfall in the mountain ranges from 300 to 600 mm per year. Petra does not have 100 millimetres of rain per year, and the chance of rain is low in mid-January and late February. The weather is mostly dry and sunny from May to October, with little rainfall, according to the US Geological Survey.
Spring in Jordan begins in March and lasts until the end, and the last weeks of spring still bring wildflowers to life, even in the desert. May and spring are colder than the approaching summer, but sometimes the air temperature can be colder or even colder. Winter on the coast is very mild and sunny, it is the best month for a beach holiday on the coast and can be pleasant. Summer is too hot and it is not easy to sunbathe when temperatures exceed 40 degrees Celsius without shade. As the months go by, the sea gets a little cooler, so the good months are for beaches and coastal holidays.
At the end of February it can feel like spring, when the temperature gradually rises and the sun sets in early March and it is warm enough to sunbathe.
In my personal opinion, the best time to visit Jordan is between April and October, and the weather is warm enough to enjoy the sea and Aqaba. The pleasant weather in spring makes it a great destination for hikers who want to admire the abundance of wildflowers and green hills. If you want to explore Amman or Petra and don't want to dress up warm, winter is a good time to visit.
From November to March, the weather in Jordan is colder and rainier, with occasional snowfall and hail. When dry weather is right, June, July and August are bees, but during the cold weather in December and January rain falls.
But from May, Jordan will be hit by swirling low pressure systems streaming in from the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Aden, as well as the Atlantic and Gulf Streams.
When the hot winds darken the sky, they quickly raise the temperature by up to 10 degrees. With humidity, temperatures feel hot for half the year, but not as hot as in summer.
Water temperatures can also be used to forget the difference between the temperature at a certain point of a given day and the actual temperature of the water at that particular point on a given day.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow fall on the same day. The precipitation value, based on three hours of precipitation around the hour in question, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. Based on this classification, the most common form of precipitation in a year is rainfall alone, with an average of 3.5% of the total rainfall of the year.
The cloud cover falls linearly and is 10% of the cloudless sky, and the percentage of time spent in a cloud - a cloudy sky - is categorized as a percentage. Independent values are calculated for the perceived temperature of the sky, the amount of rain and snow, and the number of hours of clear sky.
The perceived temperature is matched with humidity and wind chill to better show how hot or cold a day feels for a person. For example, 26.8 degrees Celsius feel very good in humidity, wind, etc., but 26-8 degrees Celsius do not. The daily highs range from 102.2 degrees. (39º C) to 80 ° C. 2degrees F (-2.5 ° M), and the fall of daily low temperatures from 10.3° E to 7.7° A (0.4° D).
In Jordan, the weather in Aqaba in the south is similar to that in the Jordan Valley, but with less rainfall. Jordan usually enjoys a sunny summer, which is partly tempered by the high altitude. Summer is hot and relatively pleasant, with daytime temperatures often above 36 degrees and an average of 32 degrees, while nights are almost exclusively cool and pleasant. One thing you will notice about Jordan is the very low humidity, which is between 30 and 40% on average. Summer can be very hot, with temperatures reaching the low 50s on occasion, while nights are sometimes not and daytime temperatures are only 20-25 degrees C.