Dubai weather is mostly hot and moist with slight cover of clouds. This is mainly why tourists roaming to the region mostly take it into account when preparing their itinerary for the trip. If you plan to travel to Dubai for business or pleasure, it is important to do a bit of research on the climate to make the best of your trip. Here, we give you a complete weather update of Dubai for the next 6 days.
In the next 6 days Dubai’s weather is ought to stay mostly sunny as per the Dubai weather forecast the temperature is to vary between 40 to 41 degrees, with little wind. It’s supposed to be one of the hottest summers in the region. The first six days of this fortnight will be rainless conditions. On the first day, there are wet conditions in the Sharjah and some rainy clouds will drift towards Dubai too, showering the sweltering city with rain. After the day, the municipalities near the border with will have more unstable weather conditions.
On the 1st of September , there will be rain showers in all regions, especially from west. Just down the fortnight (between 1st and 3rd September), no provision of a new instability in the state, an increase of cloudiness and isolated rain conditions.
It is also foretasted that drizzling will be accompanied by a bit of rainfall and occasional lightning. This will make commuting on roads difficult while also affecting the movement of pedestrians.
On the 4th of September, Dubai forecast has anticipated an all-year low temperature of 9° C and this trend will continue for the next day. But with each passing day, daily values of air temperature tend to increase gradually. In this time temperatures will range from 31 to 39° C in the West and Midwest, from 35 to 42° C in North and South and between 33 and 41° C in the desert area. Such a high temperature of 41° C will limit the movement of pedestrians.
On the 6th of September, there will be a rather sharp decline in average air temperature in the state, with average values temperature varying between 30 and 37° C. From this day, temperatures will tend to increase again, with variations between 3 to 4° C in the west and Midwest, between 3 to 9° C and between 5 to 8° C in Sharjah.