Muscat Oman Weather
November is a pleasant month for holidays in Oman, with the previous summer season slipping to a more reasonable level. Note: October is officially the warmest month of the year in the Middle East and North Africa, and after the hot summer months, there is little relief at the high temperatures of these days.
Although winter is the rainy season, overall rainfall does not reach the level of the summer months, especially in the northern regions of the country. The area is somewhat temperate compared to tourist destinations worldwide, with a high degree of humidity and high temperatures. Although winter was the wettest season in Oman, rainfall is still low, with rainfall barely reaching 110 mm and the southern region of Dhofar experiencing almost no tropical showers.
If you want to plan the weather, it is best to avoid the most important summer months, but a trip between October and June allows you to enjoy a much more pleasant climate while still enjoying the sun and weather that Oman has to offer. The weather at night is also very hot, which is a great opportunity to go shopping in Oman and enjoy the traditional nightlife.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Muscat, the hottest months are July and June and then August. If you are looking for dry weather, it is between June and July and then December, with the exception of a few days in mid-December.
The warmest time of the year is generally between April, May and June, when the maximum temperature is 110.3 degrees and temperatures rarely drop below 93.4 degrees. To put these temperatures into perspective, the average summer temperature in the UK is only around 19 degrees. The most popular time to visit is in the winter months, when the winter temperatures are around 6 degrees and some days the temperatures are between a pleasant 25 degrees Celsius and 35 degrees Celsius. Rainfall remains sparse and the weather remains warm and sunny, but temperatures rise and fall to 31-32 degrees in April / May / June when the temperature reaches 35 degrees Celsius, and then again in July and August.
Although temperatures typically vary significantly from day to day, dew points tend to change more slowly. Although temperatures can drop at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights. During the year, the temperature typically varies between 64 AdegF and 101ADEGF and rarely between 60 ADegF. And the AdegaF. While temperatures typically fluctuate widely between day and night.
With humidity, temperatures feel hot for half the year, but the least humid day of the year is January 16, with 9 muggy days. Although officially July and August, there may be light drizzle in August and September, and there is little chance of light rain in the first days of October and November. It does not generally rain and there is no cloud formation, so there are no significant changes in temperature, humidity or cloud cover during this period.
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Different types of precipitation are observed every day, not taking into account the quantities of traces, but the most common form of rain and snow falls on the same day. The sky is covered with clouds and various forms of precipitation are visible, such as rain, snow, fog, raindrops, hail, sleet, etc. Based on this classification, most of the usual forms of rainfall during the year are rain alone, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
The hottest month is June on the north coast, Al Batinah, where Muscat is located and reaches 40 degrees. The best time to brave the heat of Oman is summer, when the daytime temperature in Muscat should be around 30 degrees. Due to the beach and pool values, there are good times to visit MusCat for hot weather activities.
The daytime temperature in June reaches a maximum of 40 degrees in Oman, but drops to around 30 degrees at night. On the north coast it is very hot and humid, while in the interior it remains generally hot but dry. The highest temperature is in the winter months of Oman, which average between 18 and 26 degrees, with significantly cooler periods. In January, Muscat is the warmest and driest in the Middle East and the hottest in North Africa and Central Asia.
Daytime temperatures in Oman are pleasant, but rain is occasionally seen in various parts of the country. Based on these values, the best time to visit Muscat for general outdoor tourist activities is from the end of November to mid-March. Note that in the summer months, you can expect hot days and balmy nights, with temperatures ranging from mid-30s to high 40 degrees. The beginning of each year is also a good time to visit Oman, when the temperatures are not so high and the daytime temperatures in Oman are pleasant.