Weather in Dubai

Dubai’s arid subtropical climate makes for perennially good weather, but for newly arrived expats, the heat in summer will be a real shock. Visitors and residents alike should take adequate precautions against heatstroke and exhaustion – one should always keep adequately hydrated.

The hottest months in Dubai are between June and September, when temperatures can reach a sweltering 113°F (45°C) and the humidity is stifling, especially in the coastal regions. The coolest months are between December and March when a little bit of rainfall can occur.
Dubai Climate Chart

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