The page title, Wadi Rum weather, already explains it all. This page is all about our weather. Whether you are looking for a forecast, weather facts, average temperatures, daylight and sunshine graphics or information on our seasons, on this page, you find it all.
Many websites have weather forecasts for Wadi Rum. Unfortunately, most are not that accurate, especially when it comes to forecasting rain. You can find the best Wadi Rum weather forecast on ArabiaWeather.com. On their website, they provide a simple but clear 10-day forecast and detailed information for the first five days. Have a look at their weather forecast to see the weather will be like the next few days.
In Wadi Rum the weather is nice year-round. August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 34 degrees Celsius. During heat waves, temperatures rise over 40 degrees Celsius. With an average temperature of 14 degrees Celsius, January is our coldest month. Precipitation is limited to, on average, 15 days a year. These days are spread over the year, leaving the summer months without rain. Being one of the driest places on earth most of the time rain comes in short, light rain showers. Only sometimes we receive heavy or prolonged rains. And occasionally we can enjoy some snowfall. The amount of daylight hours varies from 10 hours during wintertime up to 14 hours during the summer. And the sun hours per day range from 8 hours in winter up to 13 hours during summer.
Each season has its specific characteristics, its upsides and its downsides. To give you an insight on each season, we wrote a blog for each of them. Reading the blogs gives you valuable information on the weather conditions and each seasons’ characteristics. Especially the blogs on summer and winter cleared up some harsh preconceptions. Therefore these blogs can be a great help when you want to determine which season fits you best.