Jordan | As we approach the month of December, learn about the date of the winter solstice in the Kingdom

2023-11-28 2023-11-28T14:12:47Z
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Arabia Weather - Next Friday marks the first day of December 2023, which is considered the first day of winter according to the custom of the World Meteorological Organization.

 

In December, the weather systems usually begin to mature more, and the weather gradually becomes colder with the beginning of the approach of colder air depressions from the region. Many winter lovers in this month also await the date of the start of winter astronomically, or what is called the winter square, which coincides with the 21st or December 22nd of each year.

 

At the Arab Weather Center, we publish for you the start date of winter astronomically and the square of winter for the winter season 2023/2024, which falls on Friday the 22nd of December of the year 2023 at 6:27 am , as the length of the night and the length of the day are equal in this period. Today, the day begins to lengthen little by little.

 

As the beginning of December approaches, we present to you some of the following statistics:

 

  • The average maximum temperature in the capital, Amman, is 14.6 degrees Celsius
  • The average minimum temperature in the capital, Amman, is 5.4 degrees Celsius
  • The average monthly rainfall in Amman is 49 mm
  • The highest maximum temperature in the capital, Amman, was in 2005 and reached 27.5 degrees Celsius
  • The lowest minimum temperature recorded in the capital, Amman, was in 1972 and reached -5.3 degrees Celsius.
  • The highest amount of rainfall in the capital, Amman, in 24 hours was recorded in 1980 and amounted to 73.6 mm.
  • The highest rainfall total was in 1951, reaching 179.8 mm
  • The highest temperature recorded in Ghor Al-Safi was 35.6 degrees Celsius
  • The lowest temperature recorded in Shobak was -16 degrees Celsius
  • The highest amount of rainfall in 24 hours was recorded in Ras Munif, amounting to 109.5 mm
  • The highest rainfall total recorded at the University of Jordan in 1991 was 378.5 mm
  • The longest frost wave recorded was in 2004 and lasted about 15 days, as the average number of frost days in this month is 3.3 days.
This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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