Jordan Weather

The climate of Jordan is a combination of the Mediterranean and arid desert climates, where the Mediterranean climate prevails in the north and west of the country, while the desert climate prevails in the majority of the country. All in all, the weather is hot and dry in the summertime and mild and humid in the winter. There is a climate diversity in Jordan where the dry tropical climate prevails in the Jordan Valley, the warm temperate climate prevailing in the mountainous highlands, the Mediterranean climate anticipating in the mountainous highlands as well.

The cold Mediterranean climate prevails in the high mountain peaks such as AJloun, the dry desert climate in the Eastern Badia. Annual temperatures range from 12-15 ° C and are highest in summer to 1940s in desert areas. Rainfall ranges from 50 mm per year in the desert to about 580 mm in the northern highlands. Snow falls at low intervals over most of the mountainous highlands in the north, center and south of the Kingdom and is very abundant and sometimes accumulating.

Local daytime temperatures range as follows for the year (° C):

January (4-13 ° C)

February (4-13 ° C)

March (6-17 ° C)

April (10-23 ° C)

May (15-28 ° C)

June (17-31 ° C)

July (20-32 ° C)

August (19-32 ° C)

September (18-30 ° C)

October (14-26 ° C)

November (9-20 ° C)

December (5-14 ° C)

Usually spring and autumn are long and pleasant through Jordan. Rain falls from November to march, but Aqaba on the Red Sea is warm and sunny winter resort.

Warm winter clothes are required for the five cold months of the year. Light casual clothes are suitable for the rest of the year.