What’s the weather like in Red Sea in November?
The peak summer heat has cooled down, but the Red Sea weather in November still produces amazing temperatures. The sun shines for hours and hours this month and with temperatures hitting 30°C, you’ll love relaxing by the pool or the sandy beaches of Egypt’s premier hotspots.
Egypt’s Red Sea resorts are found in the east of this beautiful country. Pretty towns like El Gouna, Hurghada and Makadi Bay are within 50km of each other along the Red Sea Riviera. Sharm El Sheikh is towards the north on the Sinai Peninsula, by the Gulf of Aqaba. These spots all enjoy a cool sea breeze, which helps to keep the conditions comfortable.
Sunbathers and beach goers will love the amazing weather in Red Sea in November. The average temperature rises to a daytime high of 30°C, with some days even a few degrees warmer. The cool sea breeze will keep you fresh. The legendary sunshine of Egypt and the Red Sea produces ten hours each day, with the sun not disappearing until 5pm in November. Rainfall this month around the Red Sea’s extremely low, at around 7mm, with an average of just one or two days receiving rain. If you fancy a splash in the Red Sea, you can expect the water temperature to be a very pleasant 25°C. UV levels are moderate to high at this time though, so wear plenty of sunblock when you’re relaxing outside. The average wind speed’s just 9mph and the humidity’s 53%.