|KUWAIT WEATHER AND TEMPERATURE
|Kuwait Weather,Temperature and the Climate of KUWAIT.
Kuwait's Weather and a brief look at the climate of Kuwait for those visiting.
Kuwait is located in the north-east corner of the Arabian Peninsula at the top of the Arabian Gulf, Kuwait is one of the smallest countries in the world in terms of land area but one of the largest of the
smaller states of the Arabian peninsula. The flat, sandy, Arabian Desert covers most of Kuwait. There is little difference in Kuwait's altitude with the highest point in the country being 306 m (1,004 ft)
above sea-level. Kuwait has nine islands with only one, Failaka Island, being inhabited
Kuwait's location in shallow waters at the top of the Gulf and the geography of the area have resulted in the climate of Kuwait being cold in winter and exceptionally hot in summer.
The spring season starts in March and is warm and pleasant with the occasional thunderstorm. The frequent winds from the northwest are cold in winter and spring and hot in summer. Southeasterly winds,
usually hot and damp, spring up between July and October; hot and dry south winds prevail in spring and early summer. The shamal, a northwesterly wind common during June and July, can cause
The average annual rainfall in Kuwait is about 125 mm. Most of the rain falls between the months of November and March in the winter season.
The highest monthly average high temperature in Kuwait is 45 °C (113 °F) in July.
The lowest monthly average low temperature in Kuwait is 8 °C (46 °F) in January.
From this you can see that if visiting Kuwait in the winter months bring a jacket and jumper for the cold, in summer bring t-shirts and shorts for the heat.
|Average Monthly Temperature and Rainfall for Kuwait
|KUWAIT WEATHER,ACTUAL KUWAIT WX REPORT WITH A FIVE DAY, FIFTEEN DAY WEATHER FORECAST FROM KUWAIT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. KUWAIT WX TODAY UPDATED HOURLY, THE FORECAST KUWAIT WEATHER,THE KUWAIT
CLIMATE AND THE EFFECT OF THE SHALLOW GULF WATERS AND IT'S AFFECT ON KUWAIT. WX MAPS FOR KUWAIT. TEMPERATURE IN KUWAIT TODAY.