Dubai is always known for its hot climate and burning weather, that is what everyone knows, however what the season or climate may be, never fails to grab tourist’s attention and bustles almost in each season you visit. May be that it why there is only 15% of the population of the locals whereas rest is of the tourists making it a hot top destination despite of the weather conditions. The seasons in Dubai are not very hard to define as many of us are already aware of how the flow goes on.
Unlike others, there is no proper spring or autumn season in Dubai, as the city is highly identified for being the hottest or a cool one, that depends on the months and time period you choose to visit. However, whichever season it may be, Dubai never fails to fascinate the tourism and you will always see people finding an excuse to visit the outrageous city.
Even talking about summers in Dubai will feel like too hot to discuss, but this season, ranging mostly from April to October, makes it merely impossible for a visitor to explore the city, however, the city itself is almost centrally air conditioners but you will definitely have the urge to get out of the car and enjoy the streets of the city you visit? Right, but in Dubai as far as summers are considered, it’s impossible to hop on the streets and alleys in Dubai.
If you are visiting Dubai in summers for any reason, avoid roaming on the roads especially in the mid-day when the sun is sky high as you might get a heat stroke, try visiting the malls and air conditioned places more if summers are your only choice.
In March, you can also witness the grand Dubai shopping festival and Dubai international film festival.
Rains are not as friendly for Dubai as for any other city may be, as the city receives infrequent rainfalls that too majorly in winters and they don’t last for so long, this means in November and December you can witness the overall rain the city could fall in, though the temperatures is not affected by the rains, it remains constant in its 20s, however, the overall atmosphere become vibrantly charming to roam around the city.
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Winters are for a short period of time in Dubai and the is most desirable seasons of all, probably the most wanted amongst the seasons in Dubai, as people prefer visiting the city in winters mostly, even the locals are seen in full enthusiasm during this time period, as it’s the best time to witness the actual charm of the city. from December to March, you can see the most of the winter season in Dubai. Though the highest temperature could still go up to 30°C and lowest is as low as 15°C.
The seasons in Dubai include sandstorm as a part of it, as during the summers, due to high rate of humidity and the strong winds that blow from Saudi Arabia, Dubai faces a low pressure, these winds, also known as Shamal becomes unpredictable by the time it reaches Dubai, the Shamal boosts up the deserted area and reduces the visibility due to the sandstorm which occurs because of the heavy wind. The last sandstorm occurred in 2015 which destroyed massive parts of the country.
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