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    It goes up to 50 degrees Celsius on some days. Summer is the worst time to be around in the UAE. almost 9 years ago

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    The absolute worst time to be in the UAE is mid August to mid September when humidity levels reach their peak - Humidity can reach 90+% in the evening. almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Jim Buckingham via Site_iconAirTreks
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    Unfortunately it's that time of the year that I'm making a big trip (holidays) and it's on a stopover from Bangkok to home that we get the opportunity to stop in Abu Dhabi. almost 9 years ago

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    It starts to get hot again from around mid March/early April, but the highest temperatures are July and August and the humidity is bad too. This year, the hotest temperature I experienced was around 54 degrees when I was out driving in the desert.

    Just bear in mind that Ramadan will start around 20 July 2012 for 30 days which means no eating or drinking in public between sun rise and sun set.

    Also, all the malls, taxis, hotels etc are really well airconditioned and you are actually every cold when you are inside. almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com

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