Kuwait Geography: Climate

Kuwait Geography: Climate Last updated on Tuesday 20th April 2010

Kuwait enjoys a variable continental climate with considerable differences in temperature. The average daily temperature is 33°C (90°F).

Summer months are between May and October when the temperature is high, but humidity is less compared with other Gulf states.

Annual rainfall is from 25 to 175mm annually (1 to 7in), falling mostly in the winter season. Fierce sandstorms may last several days in winter.

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