What to expect when visiting Dubai in November
Dubai’s average daytime temperature in November is 30.7°C/87°F.
Temperatures continue their decline over November from highs of 38°C/100°F at the start of the month, down to much more pleasant days in the high 20’s/low 80s F by month-end as the city transitions towards winter.
Overnight you can expect the temperature to lower to around 20°C/68°F in November. If you are heading into the desert, this can be a little cooler overnight.
Foggy mornings which commence in October tend to roll into November and beyond, but sunny days beckon for a return of outdoor events during the day.
Dubai Sea Temperature in November
In November you should expect sea temperatures on average of 28.4°C/83°F (Maximum sea temperatures are expected of 30.3°C/85°F through to a minimum of 26.5°C/81°F).
For more on what’s happening in Dubai in November, check out this page.
Other weather patterns that are common in Dubai in November
As mentioned above, it’s important to be aware of fog in Dubai when the weather transitions from hot to mild. The fog builds up overnight as cooler winds from off the coast meet with the warm desert air.
Although the daytime temperatures in Dubai are cooling, continue to be aware of the UV rays, and use sun protection outside, there are still on average 10 hours a day of sunshine in November.
Expected rainfall in Dubai in November is less than 5mm on average, so still no need for an umbrella and raincoat, November storms are rare, though not unheard of.
Information sourced from the National Centre of Meteorology climate report 2003-2018 for Dubai International Airport.
What should I pack for November in Dubai?
For most, they will find both day and night temperatures warm enough not to need additional layers of clothing; evening conditions are perfect in November! But a light wrap or cardigan may be needed by those who feel the cold, or perhaps if you will be headed into the desert for an evening safari.
You can read more about what to pack in November for Dubai here.
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