The city of Dubai has a lot of fascinating places, no wonder why it became one of the top tourist attractions in the world. Dubai has been making the whole world amazing for the last few years. From the biggest building in the world to the world’s largest mall, Dubai hosts it all. The skyscrapers are being built in this city almost every year. People are more interested in buying the properties of Dubai like the  Port De La Mer apartments for sale is the recent interest of the people in the city. This city has many secrets in it, also some fun facts that you might want to know.

Ranging from 50 ° C temperatures, dust storms; people wearing coats and lumpy jackets, talking of the cold, Dubai has an interesting weather situation. Yes, and the weather in Dubai and the other Emirates of the UAE is almost the same. In fact, Dubai is considered to be a balmy, wet, white sand paradise, which is incomparable to any other city!


Dubai sits at latitude 20 ° north, to begin with, so it has distinct seasons.

Not like the way people used to interpret four separate seasons in temperate climates, but still, if you stay in Dubai for a complete 12 month period, you will certainly experience a pattern of weather changes.

We will describe the “actually pretty hot” of October and November as “terribly, unbelievably hot” from August, then on to the “surprisingly nice and cool” of December, January, and February, then again the scorching heat wave starts from March to June, which is back to where we started.


The daytime temperature is regularly in the mid 40’s C in the hot months, late May, June, August, and early September, and may get as high as 50 ° C. Although, the hot weather is bearable, especially since most of Dubai’s estates are centrally air-conditioned.

Like most of the expat residents, you have to become a cave-dweller during those months. You can live in air-conditioned rooms, houses. Your cellars are your home, your car, and one of a variety of shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, and houses of mates.

Open time is held to a minimum level, such as a short walk from the car, through an underground car park (because you’re not exposed to sunlight) to the completely air-conditioned mall, or house, or wherever else you want to go. And, like many expats, for most of June, all of July and most of August, you have the option of disappearing completely to places where the climate suits your clothes.


The major cities of the UAE are mostly situated along the coastline of the Arabian Sea, so the ratio of humidity is way more than anywhere in the world. The warmer it gets, in other words, the stickier it gets.

So, during the summer months, it’s 45°C outside most days, but it’s like living in a sauna too. The temperatures drop to the middle of the ’30s, which may be very tolerable, but the humidity tends to get much higher as well.


When summer temperatures in many countries exceed a certain amount, certainly above 30 ° C, most of us are known for the tar melting phenomenon. If some of it gets on the soles of shoes, the black, sticky bituminous substance used to tie the roading materials together starts to liquefy, with disastrous consequences for the carpet in the house. On UAE roads, this doesn’t happen. The mix used or the advantage of modern research and materials must be something to do, but even at 50 ° C, there is no indication of the dreaded tar melt.

But something else occurs at even cooler temperatures, usually with winter and winter rain downpours associated with the mid-20s. The water appears to release a thin, oily film onto the road surface, which, when coupled with speed, makes it lethal if the brakes are applied unexpectedly.

There are many things about the city’s weather that was not discussed above like the sandstorms and much more. We will recommend you to visit the city, as it is a whole new experience. Living in Dubai is all about opulence, so you might want to purchase some good yet luxury property, our suggestions for you is to look for the District One Dubai Villas for sale.