Arab weather - Climate data and average monthly temperatures in Arab capitals indicate that the Jordanian capital, Amman, tops the list as the coldest Arab capitals during the month of August, along with the Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, where the average maximum temperature in Amman during the month of August is about 32 degrees Celsius.
The weather in Amman is generally mild, with a Mediterranean climate prevailing in most areas of the capital, especially in the highlands. While some areas have a semi-desert climate, especially in the eastern regions.
Summer temperatures rise in Amman, and reach their highest levels in mid-August, sometimes reaching the mid-thirties Celsius. In winter, the temperature drops to zero or less, sometimes in January, as this causes snow to fall on the higher elevations. The climate is temperate in the spring and autumn.
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