- Weather in Kuwait City | World Travel Guide
Weather in Kuwait City Kuwait City has a hot desert climate With daytime temperatures in excess of 45°C (113°F), Kuwait City experiences some of the hottest temperatures on earth in the summer (June to September) June and July also bring strong winds and heavy dust storms that can last for a few days
- Kuwait City, Kuwait Travel Weather Averages (Weatherbase)
Kuwait City, Kuwait - Travel and vacation weather averages, current conditions and forecasts
- Kuwait City, Kuwait 14 day weather forecast - Time and Date
Forecasted weather conditions the coming 2 weeks for Kuwait City 2 Week Extended Forecast in Kuwait City, Kuwait Scroll right to see more Conditions Comfort Precipitation Sun; Day Temperature Weather Feels Like Hour-by-hour weather for Kuwait City next 7 days Need some help?
- Kuwait City: Weather climate - When and where to go . . .
The capital of Kuwait has two and a half million people and collects the vast majority of the population (90%) Located on the south shore of Kuwait Bay, it has an international airport and two ports The city offers a strange cohabitation of tradition and modernity
- Kuwait City Weather and When to Go - TripAdvisor
During the summer months, which are typically May through September, the heat in Kuwait City can be unbearable, especially for travelers who are used to temperatures no hotter than 100 degrees Fahrenheit The summer months in Kuwait City can reach more than 120 degrees Fahrenheit
- The Best Time to Visit Kuwait City, Kuwait for Weather . . .
The best times to visit Kuwait City for ideal weather are November 5th to April 1st based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Read below for more weather and travel details Weather in Kuwait City Temperature Average temperatures in Kuwait City vary drastically
- Kuwait City 2019: Best of Kuwait City, Kuwait Tourism . . .
The economic, cultural, and political capital of Kuwait, Kuwait City sits on the shores of the Persian Gulf, and is a mixture of exclusive Western-style hotels, designer shopping malls, traditional Islamic architecture, street markets, and still war torn buildings