Basra Iraq Weather
Iraqis in Basra experienced the hottest day of the year so far, as the temperature in Baghdad rose to 51 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). Basra, Iraq, news of the Iraqi update, on Wednesday, temperatures in the city of Baghdad rose above 51 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature in Iraq's history. On Wednesday, temperatures rose above 50 degrees for the first time this year, above 60 degrees in Baghdad and above 70 degrees across Iraq.
In eastern Iraq, where the highest temperatures were recorded on Wednesday, readings of 38 ° C were recorded, with temperatures expected to range between 50 and 60 ° C. Afternoon temperatures are expected to reach similar levels in Basra and other parts of the country, as well as in northern and central Iraq.
In Baghdad, 30 degrees Celsius is too cold for this time of year, but in other parts of the country, as well as in northern and central Iraq, it is too cold. Get daily highs and lows and historical averages, including daily high and low historical averages, to help you plan. Weekly and long-term estimates may differ from monthly estimates due to seasonal variations in weather patterns, weather conditions and other factors. Therefore, please check Yahoo Weather for the latest weather forecasts for your region with the National Weather Service (NWS) or your local weather station. Go Daily highs and lows and historical average, which includes daily higher and lower historical averages to help you plan ahead.
Phoenix last week was the hottest summer ever recorded in Basra, with 122 degrees in Baghdad, and the highest temperature in the city in more than a decade.
Basra and Iraq both reached the same sweltering temperatures on Friday, setting an all-time record for both nations. The heat was the hottest in Kuwait, which recorded the hottest temperature in history on June 15, according to Abdali Abdalis. Basra's temperature was the second highest ever recorded on Earth, after the 122 degrees recorded by Kuwait on the same day, and the highest in the country's history, according to the data. A climate picture for Basa, Iraq, shows long-term monthly weather averages derived from data from the Kuwaiti Metro Bureau, the world's largest weather agency.
This is the weather forecast for Basra through January 2020, and includes weather warnings. The historical and past weather forecast page provides historical weather forecasts for the last 30 years as well as the latest forecasts.
Get daily highs and lows and historical averages, including daily high and low historical averages, to help you plan. Check the current weather conditions for Basra and the whole of Basra in Iraq with the latest weather forecasts from the last 30 years and check the current weather conditions in other parts of Iraq and the Middle East. Get daily highs and lows and historical averages that contain daily higher and lower historical averages for help planning ahead! Get the daily Upper and Lower Historical Average for all days of the week, which includes the daily low and high temperatures as well as the historical weather forecasts for each day of the week to help you plan.
Basra, Iraq, reached the same sweltering temperatures on Friday, setting a national record, according to the National Weather Service.
The national temperature record was 52 degrees Celsius, set on July 22, 2016 in Basra, Iraq. Baghdad on Wednesday claimed the highest temperature ever recorded, with the temperature in the city of Baghdad expected to rise to 52 degrees. Iraq's Meteorological Office said weekly highs were well above average for this time of year.
In the part of Iraq (zone 1 on the map) occupied by the mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan (Zagros and Taurus), winter is cold and rainy, while summer is hot and dry and scorches even at fairly high altitudes. The climate is influenced by a combination of factors such as the location of the mountains, latitude and longitude, and altitude. It is a mixture of tropical and subtropical climates with a high degree of temperature fluctuations.
The sun is shining with a maximum of 50 AdegC (122AdegF), but here, too, the summer is hot and the temperatures make Baghdad one of the hottest capitals in the world. Summer is also the hottest here; the peak has sunshine of 50 degrees, the peak has more than 50 degrees, but the summers are also hot. The temperatures make the Iraqi capital the second hottest capital in Iraq, after the capital of Iran, Baghdad, in terms of temperature, making it one of the hottest capitals. The temperatures made Baghdad the hottest capital In summer, the sun sets over the peaks at 50 and the sunrises at 60, while the summers were also hot in Baghdad: sunburnt and burned.
April is the warmest spring month in Erbil, Iraq, and the average maximum temperature in April rises to a pleasant 18.1 ° C. January in Baghdad and Iraq is a pleasant winter month with average temperatures ranging from -1.5 ° C (-2.2 ° F) to -3.6 ° C or -4.3 ° F.