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According to shoppingpicks, in January, temperatures in Jordan range from cold to mild depending on where you are. In the northern parts of the country, such as Amman and Irbid, temperatures tend to be quite cold with an average high of 60 degrees Fahrenheit (16 degrees Celsius) and an average low of 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius). The central and southern regions are slightly warmer with averages highs of 70-72 degrees Fahrenheit (21 to 22 degree Celsius) and lows around 50-52°F (10 to 11°C). Rainfall is light during this month but snow is common in the northern regions. February sees a slight increase in temperatures throughout the country with average highs ranging from 72-73 degrees Fahrenheit (22 to 23 degree Celsius) and lows around 52-53°F (11 to 12°C). Rainfall remains light but snow continues in the northern parts. March brings warmer weather as spring approaches. Average highs reach 75-76°F (24 to 25°C) while lows range from 54-55°F (12 to 13°C). Precipitation increases during this month with chances for showers throughout the country. April sees a continuation of mild temperatures and wet weather as spring progresses. Highs reach 77-79 degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 26 degree Celsius) while lows range from 57-59°F (14 to 15°C). Rainfall is abundant during this time, although it tends to be heaviest along the western coast where it can rain multiple times per week. The western part of Jordan, which borders Israel, has a climate close to a Mediterranean type. Dry and warm summers and mild and rather wet winters. There is enough rain on the slopes in the west to enable agriculture: 700 millimeters per year. To the east and south it will be drier in Jordan. There is a desert-like climate there. In summer it is more than 35°C during the day. In winter it is still 15 to 20°C. Rain is sparse: in December to March there is an average of 5 millimeters per month. Check areacodesexplorer for Jordan History.

Jordan Geography and Population

Jordan – geography Most of Jordan is located on a plateau, which at an altitude of 700-1000 m continues into the neighboring countries to the north, east and south. To the west, the terrain drops abruptly down towards the Jordan River on the border with Israel and the West Bank. From the Sea of Galilee… Read More »

Landmarks of Jordan

The Arab Kingdom of Jordan is located in the Middle East. The long history takes you back to, among other things, the kingdoms of Ammon and Moab and that of Jordan as we know it today. Check topmbadirectory for how to get to Jordan. The most famous place in Jordan is the world famous city of… Read More »

Jordan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Jordan is a developing, poorly diversified and small economy within the Middle East region. Jordan’s GDP returned to growth in 2021, mainly due to the recovery of tourism and related services, retail trade and the restart of construction. Given the… Read More »

Jordan Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Jordan Russian citizens wishing to visit Jordan can obtain a visa at the country’s Embassy in Moscow, and a visa can also be obtained at any border point in Jordan. To obtain a visa upon arrival in Jordan, it is necessary that your passport be valid for at least… Read More »

History in Jordan

The first people settled in Jordan at the beginning of the 4th millennium BC. In the 3rd millennium BC. the Canaanite tribes lived here, who were engaged in settled agriculture. In the 11th century BC. they formed their own state. After that, for many centuries, the territory of present-day Jordan was conquered by various states… Read More »

Jordan History

From the birth of the Kingdom to the 1967 war According to localcollegeexplorer, the emirate of Transjordan was founded in 1921, and officially recognized in 1923, under ‛Abd Allāh, hashimite, son of king Ḥusain of Ḥigiāz. Entrusted to Great Britain until 1946, when the emir assumed the title of king, the country maintained close ties… Read More »

Jordan State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Amman STATE STRUCTURE A constitutional monarchy INTERNAL DIVISION Divided into 12 governorates SQUARE 92,300 km² CLIMATE Mediterranean OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Arab CURRENCY Jordanian dinar POPULATION 9.8 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Arabs – 95% RELIGION Islam TIMEZONE UTC +2 / MSK -1 TELEPHONE CODE +962 Source: Homosociety.com State flag The red triangle on the national flag… Read More »

World Heritage Sites in Jordan

According to ethnicityology, Jordan, Arabic Al-Urdunn, officially Al-Mamlaka al-Urdunnijja al-Haschimijja, German Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan, is a state in Western Asia with (2018) 10 million residents; The capital is Amman. Baptismal site “Bethany Beyond the Jordan” (Al-Maghtas) (World Heritage) The historic settlement of Bethanien is located two kilometers east of the Jordan, around 50 kilometers from… Read More »

Desert Castle Kusair Amra (World Heritage)

Kusair Amra is 100 km east of Amman. The architectural gem in the middle of the Jordanian desert was built in the 8th century as a small residence for Umayyad caliphs. The interior was lavishly decorated with figural frescoes and arcades. Kusair Amra desert castle: facts Official title: Kusair Amra desert castle Cultural monument: Desert… Read More »

Petra (World Heritage)

The caravan and royal city of the Nabataeans was once an important intersection between Arabia and the Mediterranean. The city was founded in the 2nd century BC. Founded in AD and conquered by the Romans in AD 106. The buildings with their magnificent facades were carved directly out of the rock. Outstanding are the 42… Read More »