Kingdom’s Weather for Sunday

 The weather in Saudi Arabia on November 5, 2023, is characterized by passing clouds and a temperature of 75°F, feeling like 78°F.

The forecast predicts a high of 90°F and a low of 65°F, with a gentle breeze blowing from the Northeast at 3 mph. Some parts of the country are warmer, with Jeddah reaching 86°F, while Turaif is cooler at 61°F.

Mid-week Cool Down

By mid-week, a mild cold front swept across the northern regions bringing a noticeable drop in temperatures. Arar, a city near the Iraqi border, experienced a pleasant drop with daytime temperatures averaging around 28°C.

This cool down phase was short-lived but provided a much-needed respite from the scorching heat.

Dusty Affairs

Saudi Arabia is no stranger to dust storms, and this week was no exception. On Thursday, a significant dust storm blanketed parts of Riyadh reducing visibility and creating challenging driving conditions.

The dust storms are a result of strong winds blowing over the desert’s loose sand.

Rainfall Anomalies

Although rare, some parts of Saudi Arabia received light showers this week. The Asir region, with its relatively cooler climate, saw scattered rainfall that helped in settling the dust and bringing down the temperature slightly.

The weather in Saudi Arabia over the past week showcased a blend of typical and atypical conditions.

From the usual high temperatures to the rare light showers, the country’s weather dynamics continue to be a subject of study and adaptation for its residents.

As global climate change nudges the temperature scale, understanding and adapting to these meteorological variations becomes increasingly crucial.


Expected temperatures


City                       High               Low


Riyadh                32  c               19 c


Jeddah                 30 c              24 c


Medina               34 c                  24 c


Makkah              37 c                 24 c


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