What’s the weather like in Sharks Bay in May?
The Sharks Bay weather in May is almost as hot as the peak summer months of July and August. This coral reef and diving attraction, in Egypt’s popular Sharm El Sheikh coastal resort by the Red Sea, enjoys temperatures in the high 20s and with very little rainfall.
The Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh’s on the east coast of Egypt, towards the north of the country on the Sinai Peninsula, by the Gulf of Aqaba. The water in the Sharks Bay area in May’s heated by the sun’s strong rays and you’ll enjoy a refreshing sea breeze to keep conditions comfortable. If you take a trip inland around the deserts, the temperature rises by several degrees and the cooling wind disappears.
Visitors come back again and again to Sharks Bay between April and October thanks to its amazing Mediterranean-like climate. The weather in Sharks Bay in May produces average daytime temperatures around 26°C, which can often rise to nearly 30°C on hotter days. In May the temperature shouldn’t drop lower than 19°C on rare cooler days. At night time you can expect it to be around 21°C. You’ll have no need to worry about the rain in Sharks Bay in May. This Egyptian hotspot gets just 2mm throughout the month. You can sunbathe and soak up the wonderful sunshine here in May. You’ll enjoy an average of 12 hours each day with the sun rising at 4.45am and not disappearing until 6.30pm. The water temperature around Shark’s Bay will be 25°C, on average, which is great for a refreshing dip in the clear seas. 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 with you.