What’s the weather like in Dubai in July?
Thanks to its location on the Persian Gulf, Dubai has scorching weather in July, with average temperatures soaring beyond 40ºC. We only recommend going at this time if you’re comfortable with very hot weather, July’s one of the hottest months of the year. Dubai gets its extreme weather because it’s in the Arabian Desert and close to the Tropic of Cancer. Drink lots of water, use plenty of sun cream and try to stay out of the midday sun.
The average high reaches 41ºC in Dubai during July, and things stay very warm in the evenings. Temperatures only drop to 29ºC at night so don’t waste space in your suitcase with warm clothes. The sea temperature’s 33ºC, which is lovely for swimming, while humidity’s extremely high. There’s not usually any rain in July, so you can look forward to 14 clear hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. Make sure you look after yourself in the sun as UV levels will also be extremely high. The sun goes down just after 7pm.