Is Yemen weather cold or hot now?

Is Yemen weather cold or hot now?

Current Conditions in Sanaa

97°F / 36°C
Wind: Southwest at 10 mph / 17 km/h
Humidity: 60%
Pressure: 30 inches / 1016 mb
Sunrise: 5:53AM

What will the weather be like in June 2021?

The June 2021 outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center favors a much warmer than average June for the West, northern tier, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, with much wetter and cooler than average conditions favored across Texas and the Gulf Coast.

What was the weather in Yemen today?

Yemen today weather The temperature in Yemen today at noon time is 24°C and it will feel like 25°C. The humidity will be around 36% with wind speed of 8km/h. The chance of rain in Yemen in the evening time is 89%, with wind speed of 19km/h. The night temperature in Yemen today is 18°C with a wind speed of 13km/h.

Is there snowfall in Yemen?

When can you find snow in Yemen? Weather stations report very large amounts of snow likely to be deepest around September, especially close to early to mid September. The best time to ski (if at all) in Yemen is often around around September 10th when fresh powder is deepest.

How many Muslims are there in Yemen?


Major religion(s) Islam
Muslim percentage of total population 99% 7th out of 184
Muslim population 24.02 million 17th out of 177
Religions Muslim including Shaf’i (Sunni) and Zaydi (Shia), small numbers of Jewish, Christian, and Hindu

How hot is Dubai in June?

around 26⁰C to 38⁰C
Dubai in June June is very hot in Dubai with high humidity levels. Temperatures average at around 26⁰C to 38⁰C with 11 hours of sunshine a day, while sea temperatures are usually at 30⁰C. We recommend avoiding the height of summer in Dubai if you’re not comfortable in high heat.

What time are we now in Yemen?

Current Local Time in Locations in Yemen with Links for More Information (6 Locations)
Al Hudaydah Sat 4:14 pm
Al Mukalla Sat 4:14 pm
Hadibu Sat 4:14 pm
Sana Sat 4:14 pm

Does it rain in Yemen?

Average annual rainfall is 127 millimetres (5 in). The highest mountainous areas of southern Yemen receive from 520 to 760 mm (20.5 to 29.9 in) of rain a year. Some areas of the western highlands, most notably Ibb and Ta’izz, receive from about 1,000–1,500 millimetres (39.4–59.1 in) of rain each year.

Why is Yemen so hot?

The coast of the Red Sea (called Tihamah) has a desert climate, hot all year round, with highs around 28/30 °C (82/86 °F) in winter and 38/40 °C (100/104 °F) in summer. In summer, the humidity from the sea makes the heat sweltering.