The weather conditions in Dubai won’t shock you as this is a desert country. It’s likely to be blistering and sun-drenched. In the summer, there’s a middling of 11 hours of sunbeams a day, and all of it is hot. If you are scheduling to be in Dubai in the summer months – or the hot months of approximately June through September, be prepared for noontime temperatures to soar or 42°C to 45°C. On the hottest days the temperatures can reach 48°C (120°F). There’s some respite from the heat at night, when temperatures douse lower, generally in the low 30s C range excluding then the humidity rises making things quite sore.
The best time to holiday in UAE is from November to February when it is cool to cold and one can actually make the best of the outdoors with easy strolls within and around the isle. The temperature during this period generally ranges from 9 to 25 degrees centigrade. Warm clothes such as a jacket or shawl are recommended as it is quite breezy. Overcoats, jackets, boots and pullovers are common vistas during this period. The malls are bursting of autumn-winter collections. However this is a good time to stopover. The Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) is for one month in January/February and most shops in Abu Dhabi throw discounts during the same period. October, March and April are the finest months for beaches when it is not too hot to be outside. From November to April also sees Abu Dhabi pavements and parks with multihued flowers.