Weather in Qatar: weather forecast in Doha for this November 16

The country is characterized by having a desert climate. (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

Qatar is characterized by long, hot and arid summersso it is not surprising that this time the World Cup in Qatar 2022 had to be moved to the autumn season for the comfort of the 32 teams and the millions of fans who come to the fair to support their countries.

And it is that if the sporting event had been held between the months of June and July, as is traditionally done, players and fans would have submitted to temperatures above 40 degrees, with a thermal sensation of up to 50°C.

On the contrary, with the movement of the date for the event to take place in the last two months of the year, it is expected that the coupling will be easier, with temperatures that are expected to range between 15° and 30°C.

However, in the era of climate change, a warm day can quickly turn into a cold one, which is why it is increasingly common for people to try to be prepared when faced with variations in temperature, especially when it comes to attending outdoor sporting events.

With more fans coming to the Arab country and the countdown coming to an end, here we leave you the weather forecast for for this November 16:

It is expected that today in Doha the maximum temperature reaches 27 degrees Celsius and a minimum 22 degrees Celsius.

As for the rain, the probability of precipitation for this city they are 0% all day. In the same sense, it is expected cloudiness 1% during the day and a totally clear sky at night.

The gusts of wind They will reach 22 kilometers per hour in the day and night.

Regarding the care that must be taken with the sun, it is estimated that the ultraviolet rays reach a level of 4, which means there is a “moderate risk” and the use of sunscreen is recommended.

The weather in Qatar

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A drone show with words of welcome is seen over the Doha skyline, ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament. (REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh) (AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/)

Due to its proximity to the Persian Gulf, Qatar is one of the driest countries on the planet. with an annual rainfall that barely reaches 100 millimeters.

With a desert climate, the temperature generally ranges from 14° to 41°C, but rarely falls below 11°C or rises above 45°C, however, the muggy feeling it’s constant. The average annual temperature is 26°C.

Most of its geography is a plain covered by sand and an area of ​​dunes; the highest point in the country is only 90 meters above sea level.

During the summer, which begins in the month of March, temperatures of 45° can be reached; the hottest months are July and August. While in the winter, especially on the nights of December and February, the thermometer can down to 5 degrees Celsius.

Regarding rainfall, in Qatar they are scarce, being zero in summer; It is estimated that there are only 8 or 10 “rainy” days in this Arab territory, although they are only brief and small showers in December.

Another aspect that characterizes Qatar is the hours of sunshine it receives, being one of the countries with the longest amount of sunlight in the world with more than 3,430 hours (out of 8,760 hours that make up a year).


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