Country guides Middle East
Climate in Kuwait
Kuwait has a desert climate that is characterised by long, hot, and dry summers, with short, warm winters that have occasional rainfall. The hottest months are between May and October and the rainy season (if you can call it that) runs from December to February, when humidity can also be high. In summer, temperatures can get over 100F (38C), but drop below 70F (21C) in winter and occasionally under 50F (10C), especially at night.