Climate Kuwait

Climate Western Asia

Kuwait has a hot and dry desert climate. Annual precipitation can vary between 10 and 220 litres per square metre and averages around 120 litres. Most of it falls between November and April. As a rule, no rain falls from June to September. The average maximum temperatures in summer are well over 40 degrees. In the interior of the country, the maximum values can sometimes climb above the 50 degree mark. Night temperatures in the summer months are usually between 25 and 30 degrees. In winter (December to February) average maximum temperatures between 18 and 21 degrees are reached. In the nights the temperatures sink under 10 degrees. In the deserts night frost can occur.

For trips to Kuwait the months November to March offer themselves despite occasional rainfalls. Then the temperatures are much more pleasant than in the rest of the year. The summer months are not recommended because of the great heat, the high sunshine and sandstorms.


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