Dubai Current weather report

Local Time: Tue 23rd Apr 4:34 pm
Sunny
27 °c
Sunny
Wind: 26 km/h from WNW
Chance of RainRain: 0 %
HumidityHumidity: 51%
PressurePressure: 1011 mb
CloudCloud: 0%
VisibilityVisibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 05:50 AM
Sunset: 06:45 PM
Moonrise: 10:47 PM
Moonset: 08:52 AM
Phase: Waning Gibbous with 76 % illumination.

UV Index

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
23/04
24/04
25/04
26/04
27/04
11
11
11
11
11

 

Tue 23/04Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Max:29°c
Min: 26°c
Rain: 0.00 mm
Sunrise: 05:50 AM
Sunset: 06:45 PM
Moonrise: 10:47 PM
Moonset: 08:52 AM
Moon phase: Waning Gibbous
Illumination: 76 %
Morning
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Afternoon
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Evening
Cloudy
Cloudy
Night
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Temperature
Temperature
28 °c
28 °c
27 °c
26 °c
Feels Like
Feels Like
30 °c
30 °c
27 °c
27 °c
Precip
Precip
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
Wind
Wind
18 km/h NW
28 km/h WNW
24 km/h WNW
24 km/h W
Gust
Gust
29 km/h
33 km/h
32 km/h
33 km/h
Humidity
Humidity
64%
56%
51%
54%
Rain
Rain(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Cloud
Cloud(%)
6%
3%
54%
18%
Visibility
Visibility
16.7 km
20.0 km
19.5 km
19.4 km
Pressure
Pressure
1008 mb
1011 mb
1010 mb
1012 mb

 

Wed 24/04Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Max:27°c
Min: 25°c
Rain: 0.00 mm
Sunrise: 05:49 AM
Sunset: 06:45 PM
Moonrise: 11:40 PM
Moonset: 09:42 AM
Moon phase: Last Quarter
Illumination: 69 %
Morning
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Afternoon
Sunny
Sunny
Evening
Clear
Clear
Night
Clear
Clear
Temperature
Temperature
25 °c
26 °c
25 °c
25 °c
Feels Like
Feels Like
26 °c
27 °c
26 °c
26 °c
Precip
Precip
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
Wind
Wind
28 km/h W
35 km/h WNW
33 km/h W
30 km/h W
Gust
Gust
40 km/h
41 km/h
42 km/h
40 km/h
Humidity
Humidity
52%
45%
52%
56%
Rain
Rain(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Cloud
Cloud(%)
1%
0%
0%
0%
Visibility
Visibility
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
Pressure
Pressure
1012 mb
1013 mb
1011 mb
1012 mb

 

Thu 25/04Sunny
Sunny
Max:28°c
Min: 24°c
Rain: 0.00 mm
Sunrise: 05:48 AM
Sunset: 06:46 PM
Moonrise: No moonrise
Moonset: 10:33 AM
Moon phase: Last Quarter
Illumination: 62 %
Morning
Sunny
Sunny
Afternoon
Sunny
Sunny
Evening
Clear
Clear
Night
Clear
Clear
Temperature
Temperature
25 °c
27 °c
26 °c
26 °c
Feels Like
Feels Like
26 °c
27 °c
27 °c
27 °c
Precip
Precip
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
Wind
Wind
17 km/h W
21 km/h W
24 km/h W
20 km/h W
Gust
Gust
24 km/h
25 km/h
31 km/h
28 km/h
Humidity
Humidity
58%
44%
50%
56%
Rain
Rain(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Cloud
Cloud(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Visibility
Visibility
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
Pressure
Pressure
1012 mb
1013 mb
1012 mb
1013 mb

 

Fri 26/04Sunny
Sunny
Max:28°c
Min: 24°c
Rain: 0.00 mm
Sunrise: 05:47 AM
Sunset: 06:46 PM
Moonrise: 12:29 AM
Moonset: 11:25 AM
Moon phase: Last Quarter
Illumination: 55 %
Morning
Sunny
Sunny
Afternoon
Sunny
Sunny
Evening
Clear
Clear
Night
Clear
Clear
Temperature
Temperature
24 °c
27 °c
27 °c
26 °c
Feels Like
Feels Like
26 °c
27 °c
28 °c
27 °c
Precip
Precip
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
Wind
Wind
14 km/h WSW
16 km/h W
22 km/h W
20 km/h WNW
Gust
Gust
19 km/h
20 km/h
29 km/h
27 km/h
Humidity
Humidity
58%
46%
52%
55%
Rain
Rain(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Cloud
Cloud(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Visibility
Visibility
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
Pressure
Pressure
1012 mb
1013 mb
1011 mb
1012 mb

 

Sat 27/04Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Max:29°c
Min: 25°c
Rain: 0.00 mm
Sunrise: 05:46 AM
Sunset: 06:47 PM
Moonrise: 01:15 AM
Moonset: 12:17 PM
Moon phase: Waning Crescent
Illumination: 48 %
Morning
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Afternoon
Sunny
Sunny
Evening
Clear
Clear
Night
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Temperature
Temperature
25 °c
28 °c
28 °c
27 °c
Feels Like
Feels Like
26 °c
29 °c
28 °c
28 °c
Precip
Precip
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
0.0 mm
Wind
Wind
12 km/h W
17 km/h W
24 km/h WNW
17 km/h WNW
Gust
Gust
18 km/h
21 km/h
32 km/h
25 km/h
Humidity
Humidity
59%
45%
51%
56%
Rain
Rain(%)
0%
0%
0%
0%
Cloud
Cloud(%)
0%
1%
3%
6%
Visibility
Visibility
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
Pressure
Pressure
1012 mb
1013 mb
1012 mb
1012 mb

 

 

Weekly Weather Report for Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Looking at the weather in Dubai, United Arab Emirates over the next 7 days, the maximum temperature will be 32℃ (or 89℉) on Tuesday 23rd April at around 1 am. In the same week the minimum temperature will be 24℃ (or 75℉) on Friday 26th April at around 4 am.

Looking at the world weather radar, national weather service and satellite images, Dubai, United Arab Emirates weather forecaster is reporting little or no rainfall over the next 7 days. So make most of it while you are on vacation in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The windiest of all days will be Wednesday 24th April as wind will reach 23mph (or 36kmph) at around 4 pm.

Dubai Weather Video

Dubai Today, Tomorrow and next 14 day Weather Forecast

10 Day Weather Forecast Dubai

Tue
Apr 23rd
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Wed
Apr 24th
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Thu
Apr 25th
Sunny
Sunny
Fri
Apr 26th
Sunny
Sunny
Sat
Apr 27th
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Rain
Rain
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
High
High
29°c
27°c
28°c
28°c
29°c
Low
Low
26°c
25°c
24°c
24°c
25°c
Wind
Wind
31 km/h WSW
36 km/h W
26 km/h W
22 km/h W
24 km/h W
Cloud
Cloud
17%
1%
0%
0%
4%
Visibility
Visibility
17.4 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
20.0 km
24 hr Precip
24 hr Precip
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
Pressure
Pressure
1009 mb
1012 mb
1012 mb
1012 mb
1012 mb
Sunrise
Sunrise
05:50 AM
05:49 AM
05:48 AM
05:47 AM
05:46 AM
Sunset
Sunset
06:45 PM
06:45 PM
06:46 PM
06:46 PM
06:47 PM
Moonrise
10:47 PM
11:40 PM
No moonrise
12:29 AM
01:15 AM
Moonset
08:52 AM
09:42 AM
10:33 AM
11:25 AM
12:17 PM
Moon Phase
Waning Gibbous
Last Quarter
Last Quarter
Last Quarter
Waning Crescent
Illumination
76 %
69 %
62 %
55 %
48 %

 

 

Sun
Apr 28th
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Mon
Apr 29th
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Tue
Apr 30th
Sunny
Sunny
Wed
May 01st
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Thu
May 02nd
Partly cloudy
Partly cloudy
Rain
Rain
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
High
High
30°c
30°c
33°c
35°c
35°c
Low
Low
25°c
27°c
24°c
27°c
27°c
Wind
Wind
23 km/h WSW
23 km/h W
22 km/h SW
17 km/h WSW
17 km/h SSW
Cloud
Cloud
7%
1%
0%
1%
2%
Visibility
Visibility
20.0 km
20.0 km
12.5 km
10.0 km
10.0 km
24 hr Precip
24 hr Precip
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
0.00 mm
Pressure
Pressure
1012 mb
1011 mb
1010 mb
1008 mb
1006 mb
Sunrise
Sunrise
05:46 AM
05:45 AM
05:44 AM
05:43 AM
05:43 AM
Sunset
Sunset
06:47 PM
06:48 PM
06:48 PM
06:49 PM
06:49 PM
Moonrise
01:56 AM
02:34 AM
03:10 AM
03:44 AM
04:17 AM
Moonset
01:10 PM
02:01 PM
02:52 PM
03:44 PM
04:36 PM
Moon Phase
Waning Crescent
Waning Crescent
Waning Crescent
Waning Crescent
Waning Crescent
Illumination
41 %
34 %
28 %
14 %
7 %

HOLIDAY WEATHER Dubai

Summer


Dubai is one the hottest holiday destinations in the world, with its sub-tropical climate spread across two lengthy seasons of summer and winter.

Summer starts in April and lasts until October in Dubai, with the season bringing extreme warm and humidity to the city.

April sees the average high temperature rise to 32.9°C, while throughout June to October the temperature regularly crosses 40°C, with some tourists often looking for excursions that can limit the strain of the heat.

Between May and early July sandstorms can hit the city, although rainfall, despite being quite irregular in Dubai, is mainly prevalent during the cooler months.


Rainy seasons


Throughout November and December, Dubai experiences an autumn of sorts when the rainfall vastly increases. This is massively enhanced come January and February, which are the wettest months of the year.

The temperature still remains in the mid-20s throughout these months, with the rain often proving a nice respite from the blistering heat for some tourists.

Winter

Winter in Dubai occurs between January and March, where the highest temperature can still reach 30°C, although the minimum temperature drops down to around 15°C.

Rainfall is a feature of winter, but Dubai still witnesses the sun for more than eight hours a day, with winter a popular choice for visitors to enter Dubai.

15 Day Temperature Chart

Temperature chart displays the maximum and minimum temperature over next 15 days.

 

 

Dubai, United Arab Emirates Yearly Monthly Climate Weather Averages

About Dubai

Dubai is one of the most important cities in the world and it has become the most attractive holiday destination amongst all Middle-Eastern cities.

The most populous city in the United Arab Emirates is famous for its growth and luxurious surroundings, with sunny beaches, luminous skyscrapers and superb sights all features of Dubai.

Dubai weather remains hot and humid with a high daily average of sun hours per day.

Attractions


Dubai has become one of the most attractive holiday destinations amongst all Middle-Eastern cities. The city is also known as the “Venice of the Gulf” due to its recent rapid development.

Dubai hosts some of the world’s finest shopping malls, including the renowned Wafi Shopping Mall and the Dubai Mall.

Other attractions include the Burj Khalifa skyscraper, which has the honour of being the tallest building in the world at a staggering 2,722 feet.

Otherwise there is no shortage of water-based attractions including Wild Wadi Waterpark, Palm Islands and Dubai Fountains.

Food


Dubai is home to a magnificent range of Gulf and Middle Eastern Cuisine, with “stuffed camel” a multi-layered stuffing of chicken, eggs, fish and sheep in a whole camel. The meal is claimed to be a Bedouin wedding dish.

More affordable delicacies in Dubai include falafel and hummus, while among the more spectacular restaurants include Armani and Indego By Vineet, hailed as Dubai’s best Indian restaurant.

Dubai can be quite an expensive place to dine, but there are plenty of budget restaurants available for visitors as well.

Aryaas serves delicious food in an intimate setting, while Calicut Paragon is renowned for their steaming parathas.
 

Language


Dubai is home to over 150 nationalities, with a seemingly endless variety of languages spoken across the city, although Arabic is the national language.

Arabic and English are the main business languages spoken, while English, Urdu, Hindi and Farsi are also widely spoken across Dubai.

When to visit Dubai?

The cooler winter is when tourists mostly flock to Dubai as the summer weather can be far too hot for many.

Be careful when visiting Ramadan, which normally occurs at the end of June and lasts for about a month. During this time, which is the fasting month for Muslims, you cannot eat, drink or smoke in public places.

What to pack for Dubai?

Summer clothing should be worn largely throughout the year, but is it important to dress in a fashion that will not hurt local Muslims.

In hotel swimming pools and at the beaches, women can wear swimwear with their top on. For men, there is no problem with any dress, but they should not walk on streets without a shirt on.

Sun cream and sun glasses will also be essential companions for navigating the Dubai heat.

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