Jordan Weather & Climate

 
 
Generally , You can check Jordan Wether , currently , Generally or the following 14 days ahead by using this link/Website  : https://weather-finder.com/Jordan/ 
 
Jordan Climate Information:
Before travelling to Jordan, it is prudent to take into consideration the expected climate conditions to allow you to dress appropriately for the weather. Jordan is characterized by dry, hot summers with cool evenings. The Jordan Valley, 400 meters below sea level is warm during winter and very hot in summer. Aqaba has a drier and hotter climate than the rest of the country (with temperatures on average 10 degrees Celsius above those of Amman). Rain falls between November and April (mostly in the central and northern mountain ranges), while the coldest weather conditions occur in December / January. For further weather information, you can visit Jordan's meteorological department's web site at www.jordanweather.jo
 
You can travel to Jordan any time of the year as Jordan has eight generous months of sunshine. On your tour of Jordan, in 40min you can be on a mountain over 1000m above sea and travel to a valley to under 400m below sea level. In 40min, on your Jordan holiday, you may experience a 15 degree Celsius change in temperature.
 
The source of the below information is  : www.weather2travel.com
 
 
Jordan Weather Overview
 
All but 10 per cent of Jordan is desert, which means that the country has predominantly long, dry, hot summers with chilly nights and cold, crisp winters. Rain in the desert regions is sparse, falling in short, intense bursts during the winter and spring. The most fertile part of Jordan is the hilly region in the northwest which experiences high rainfall between November and March when weather fronts blow in from the Mediterranean.
To the west of the hills lies the long valley where the River Jordan flows into the Dead Sea, which is 400m (1,300ft) below sea level. This valley has very hot summers, warm winters and little rain. Expect sun throughout the year in Jordan.
Jordan is a relatively small country with a total land area of 96000 sq km. Although mostly desert, within its compact area, there are 3 distinct climatic zones; the Jordan valley, Mountain Heights Plateau and the Desert or Badia region, which constitutes 75% of the total land area of Jordan.
 
Jordan has 4 Seasons
Jordan's weather truly consists of 4 seasons: Autumn, winter, spring, and summer. Most of Jordan's tourist attractions lie in the mountain heights Plateau, strip which runs along the western edge of the country, and the Jordan Valley, which lies next to the Dead Sea; the lowest point on the surface of earth.
 
310 Days of Sunshine
Jordan is a very sunny country, with over 310 days of sunshine a year. The weather is almost exclusively dry and sunny from May to October, where there is barely any rainfall. Summers are hot but relatively pleasant due to the low humidity in the mountain heights with daytime temperatures frequently exceeding 36°C and averaging about 32°C, while nights are almost exclusively cool and pleasant. In the Jordan valley, summers can be very hot with temperatures reaching into the low forties on occasions, while Aqaba's weather in the south is similar to the Jordan valley’s but with less rainfall.
 
It can get "cold" in Jordan!
Most of Jordan's desert receives less than 120 mm of rain a year, while the average rainfall in the mountain heights ranges between 300 and 600 mm a year. The rainy season begins at the end of November and continues till the end of March. Nonetheless, rainfall is sporadic even then. Chance of rain drops substantially from April onwards. The coldest months of the year are December and January, where temperatures average about 13 degrees Celsius but can drop to around 5 degrees. In areas with an altitude of 1000 meters and above, there is a chance of snowfall in winter, and some lucky few have even had the chance to see Petra (1200 meters above sea level) in the snow.
 
In brief: Hot and dry summers with cool evenings.
 
The Jordan Valley below sea level is warm during winter and very hot in summer, Aqaba has a drier climate than the Dead Sea (with temperatures on average 10 degrees Celsius above those of Amman). Rain falls between November and April (mostly in the central and northern mountain ranges), while colder weather conditions occur in December / January.
 
Local daytime temperatures range as follows for the year (°C):
 
January (4-13°C)
 
February (4-13°C)
 
March (6-17°C)
 
April (10-23°C)
 
May (15-28°C)
 
June (17-31°C)
 
July (20-32°C)
 
August (19-32°C)
 
September (18-30°C)
 
October (14-26°C)
 
November (9-20°C)
 
December ( 5-14°C)

Jordan is a relatively small country with a total land area of 96000 sq km. Although mostly desert, within its compact area, there are 3 distinct climatic zones; the Jordan valley, Mountain Heights Plateau and the Desert or Badia region, which constitutes 75% of the total land area of Jordan.

 

Jordan has 4 Seasons

Jordan's weather truly consists of 4 seasons: Autumn, winter, spring, and summer. Most of Jordan's tourist attractions lie in the mountain heights Plateau, strip which runs along the western edge of the country, and the Jordan Valley, which lies next to the Dead Sea; the lowest point on the surface of earth.

 

310 Days of Sunshine

Jordan is a very sunny country, with over 310 days of sunshine a year. The weather is almost exclusively dry and sunny from May to October, where there is barely any rainfall. Summers are hot but relatively pleasant due to the low humidity in the mountain heights with daytime temperatures frequently exceeding 36°C and averaging about 32°C, while nights are almost exclusively cool and pleasant. In the Jordan valley, summers can be very hot with temperatures reaching into the low forties on occasions, while Aqaba's weather in the south is similar to the Jordan valley’s but with less rainfall.

 

It can get "cold" in Jordan!

Most of Jordan's desert receives less than 120 mm of rain a year, while the average rainfall in the mountain heights ranges between 300 and 600 mm a year. The rainy season begins at the end of November and continues till the end of March. Nonetheless, rainfall is sporadic even then. Chance of rain drops substantially from April onwards. The coldest months of the year are December and January, where temperatures average about 13 degrees Celsius but can drop to around 5 degrees. In areas with an altitude of 1000 meters and above, there is a chance of snowfall in winter, and some lucky few have even had the chance to see Petra (1200 meters above sea level) in the snow.

In brief: Hot and dry summers with cool evenings.

The Jordan Valley below sea level is warm during winter and very hot in summer, Aqaba has a drier climate than the Dead Sea (with temperatures on average 10 degrees Celsius above those of Amman). Rain falls between November and April (mostly in the central and northern mountain ranges), while colder weather conditions occur in December / January.

 

Local daytime temperatures range as follows for the year (°C):

 

Month of 
The Year
Approximately
Max Daytime
Temperature (°C)
Min Night-time
 Temperature (°C)
January 13°C 4°C
February  13°C 4°C
March  17°C 6°C
April  23°C 10°C
May  28°C 15°C
June  31°C 17°C
July  32°C 20°C
August  32°C 19°C
September  30°C 18°C
October  26°C 14°C
November  20°C 9°C
December  14°C 5°C

 

 

Also , these are samples may be helpful for you to understand the weather in Jordan if you are looking for a Jordan Tour : 

 

-Generally in Jordan : 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Amman Weather :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Amman, Aqaba . Dead Sea , Irbid , Petra & Wadi Rum (Jan + April + July + Oct) :

 

 

 

 

 

-Generally in Amman:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Generally in Aqaba/Dead Sea :