Temperature and climate in Qatar
During the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the temperature will average 24 degrees and the host country has a desert climate.
Due to the high temperatures in the summer months, the football tournament will be played in winter for the first time. In November and December, the teams will travel to Qatar, because it is then pleasant to play football in the desert.
Temperature in Qatar
The temperature in Qatar at the time of football is on average 24 degrees Celsius. In the summer the temperature can rise to 40 degrees, and you can't play football with those temperatures.
|Month||Temperature (degrees Celsius)||Precipitation (millimeters)|
In the months of November and December the average temperature goes from 29 to 24 degrees. There is also a few millimeters of precipitation in Qatar in these winter months, which means 2 days of rain per month.
The temperature of the coastal water around Qatar is about 25 degrees in the winter months, and therefore ideal for cooling off.
Climate in Qatar
The climate in Qatar is a desert climate with warm to hot days, but rain will not happen anytime soon. At night in this climate in Qatar it can cool down quite quickly, especially on the open desert plains. In the coastal cities it remains pleasant in the evenings.
Viewed throughout the year, this climate has an average temperature of 32 degrees and there is about 35 mm of rainfall per year.
The humidity is 49% and the UV index is 7 in the desert climate of Qatar. Due to the high humidity, the climate will feel very stuffy.
Fortunately for the football players and the supporters, all stadiums are equipped with cooling installations.
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In Qatar the temperature will be 24 degrees during the 2022 World Cup. Host country Qatar has a desert climate with warm to hot days. There is only a few millimeters of rain.
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