Red Sea Weather in December
What’s the weather like in Red Sea in December?
Even though it’s the coolest month of the year, the Red Sea weather in December is still hot, dry and with bags of sunshine. Egypt’s premier resorts of Sharm El Sheikh, El Gouna and Hurghada are very popular with families and couples around Christmas.
Egypt’s Red Sea resorts enjoy a cool sea breeze, making the conditions more comfortable than hot inland cities and towns. Sharm El Sheikh’s dry climate is helped by the huge Atlas Mountains to the north, which frequently block any rains from moving south to the Gulf of Aqaba.
Visitors come back again and again to Egypt in the winter thanks to the amazing weather in Red Sea in December. The average daytime high temperature’s an incredible 31°C. In December the temperature shouldn’t drop lower than 21°C on rare cooler days. At night time you can expect it to be around 14°C, which is comfortable for sleeping. You’ll have no need to worry about the rain around the Red Sea resorts in December. It gets just 11mm across an average of two rainy days during the month. You can sunbathe and soak up the wonderful sunshine. You’ll enjoy an average of ten hours each day with the sun rising at 6.15am and not disappearing until nearly 5pm. The water temperature at the golden beaches will be around 25°C, which is great for a refreshing dip or some fun water sports. The heat, humidity and UV levels are high though, so take care in the sun and it’s a good idea to carry a bottle of water.