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According to shoppingpicks, the months of June, July and August are the warmest in Bahrain with temperatures ranging from 32-40°C (90-104°F) during the day and 24-32°C (75-90°F) at night. This time of year is also characterized by sunny skies and very little rainfall. September brings a transition to cooler temperatures with highs ranging from 28-37°C (82-99°F) and lows around 21-29°C (70-84°F). Rainfall begins to become more common during this month, but it is still quite dry compared to other parts of the year. October marks the start of autumn in Bahrain with temperatures ranging from 22-32°C (72-90°F) during the day and 16-26°C (61-79°F) at night. Rainfall is more frequent throughout this month, especially towards the end when storms may occur. Humidity levels begin to increase during this time as well, making it feel even cooler than it actually is. November brings cooler temperatures with highs ranging from 18-28°C (64-82°F) and lows around 12-22°C (54 -72 °F). Rainfall remains frequent throughout this month, although usually not as intense as in October. December marks the start of winter in Bahrain with temperatures ranging from 14 -25 ° C (57 -77 ° F) during the day and 9 -20 ° C (48 -68 ° F) at night. Rainfall is still common throughout this month, although usually not as intense as in previous months.
It is very hot in Bahrain. This is not surprising for a country in the Middle East. In the warmest period, May and June, the mercury rises to 40°C during the day. In the coldest period, January and February, it is still 25°C. But in addition to warm, the climate is also humid. Not that there is a lot of rain: an average of 75 millimeters per year. But the location on the Arabian Sea mainly causes humid weather in the summer period. It is a season in which many sand streams also occur. Visit Bahrain from November to March when the climate is most pleasant. Check a2zgov for Bahrain government and politics.

Bahrain Geography and Population

Bahrain – geography Bahrain includes 35 islands; the most important are the dagger-shaped main island, Bahrain, with the capital al-Manama, Muharraq, which houses the international airport, and Sitra, where a large seawater desalination plant is located. West of the main island are three smaller islands crossed by the bridge link to Saudi Arabia, the King… Read More »

Bahrain Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Bahrain’s economy grew by 2.2% in 2021 and continued favorable oil prices point to further growth in the coming years and to offset the shortfall caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the oil price crisis in 2020. Bahrain’s debt is… Read More »

Bahrain State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Manama STATE STRUCTURE A constitutional monarchy INTERNAL DIVISION Bahrain is divided into 4 governorates. SQUARE 766 km² CLIMATE Tropical OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Arab CURRENCY Bahraini dinar POPULATION 1.42 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Bahrainis (54.5%), Persians (13.1%), Arabs (9.8%), Pakistanis (4.6%) RELIGION Islam TIMEZONE UTC +3 / MSK +0 TELEPHONE CODE +973 Source: Homosociety.com State flag… Read More »