What’s the weather like in the Middle East in November?
The Middle East is characterised by its warm and dry climate that lasts throughout the year. November is one of the coolest months to visit the region and you’ll get to soak up the warm sunshine without feeling too hot or uncomfortable.
Autumn is the most enjoyable time to visit the Middle East if you aren’t a fan of the intense summer heat. There’s still a lot of sun and the sea waters are very mild, which is great for swimming. Humidity levels are slightly higher than previous months, but they remain quite low and regular winds help to keep the humidity under control.
Temperatures reach highs of 25°C, which is very pleasant and perfect for sightseeing, exploring historical attractions and lounging on the beach. You’ll enjoy ten hours of warm sunlight per day with an average wind speed of 8mph. There’s slightly more rain than previous months and you can expect an average rainfall of 15mm spread over the month. Humidity levels rarely drop below 42%.