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Abu Dhabi

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    Abu Dhabi weather July

    What's the weather like in Abu Dhabi in July?

    Located on the coastline of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi’s a vibrant city and a holiday hotspot. With hot, dry weather all year round, the capital of the UAE has guaranteed sunshine whichever month you visit. July’s one of the hottest months of the year, and UV levels are very high, so remember to take care when in the sun.


    The average temperature in Abu Dhabi at this time of year’s 35ºC, with highs reaching an incredible 42ºC. With this heat, it’s important that you remember to apply high factor sun cream, stay well hydrated, and seek shade in the hottest part of the day. There isn’t much rest from the heat at night, and with average lows of 28ºC, you’ll probably need air conditioning in your hotel room. Abu Dhabi doesn’t usually have any rain in July, while the waters of the Persian Gulf are a very warm 32ºC this month.

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