is synonymous with extreme summer heat, prompting residents to avoid the outdoors during peak sunshine hours. A marked shift away from any rainfall underscores June's status as the start of the peak dry season. June reveals its aridity with no recorded rainfall days, setting itself apart from the previous months. The weather forecast for July
mirrors that of June, with little variation in all parameters. June, thus, rings in the most intense phase of the hot, arid summer in Sharjah.
In June, Sharjah's weather conditions record an average high-temperature of a scorching 40.8°C, demonstrating little divergence from the preceding month. Sharjah documents a substantial shift from daytime warmth, recording an average nighttime temperature of 24.6°C in June.
June's average heat index is evaluated at a blazing hot 62°C. Warning
: These weather conditions are understood as very dangerous, as heatstroke is near.
Know that the heat index computations account for shaded terrains and slight winds. A rise of up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees in the heat index could result from direct sunlight.Note
: The heat index, also known as 'real feel' or 'feels like', is a calculation that merges air temperature and relative humidity to depict the sensation of warmth. The impact of weather on an individual can be subjective, affected by the person's activity and heat perception, which can vary due to elements including wind, clothing, and metabolic differences. One should be aware that direct sunshine can amplify the perceived temperature, raising the heat index by as much as 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees. Heat index values are primarily vital for children. Young individuals usually face more risks than adults due to their lower sweat production. Their large skin surface area relative to their tiny bodies and high heat production from their activities adds to their risk.
The human body keeps its cool primarily through perspiration, as this process enables sweat to evaporate, taking away the excess heat. During conditions of high air temperature and humidity (high heat index), the body's ability to perspire is inhibited, increasing the sensation of warmth. Heat-related disorders may develop if heat gain in the body overshadows its cooling capacity, leading to elevated temperatures.
In June, the average relative humidity is 56%.
are months without rainfall in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
In Sharjah, the average seawater temperature in June is 31.6°C.Note
: The water temperature above 30°C is arguably regarded as unpleasant. The primary purpose of entering the water - cooling down from sunshine and high temperatures - is lost.
The month with the longest days is June, with an average of 13h and 42min of daylight.
On the first day of the month, sunrise is at 05:27 and sunset at 19:04. On the last day of June, sunrise is at 05:30 and sunset at 19:12 +04.
The month with the most sunshine is June, with an average of 11.6h of sunshine.
The months with the highest UV index are April
through August, with an average maximum UV index of 12. A UV Index value of 11, and more, symbolizes an extreme health hazard from exposure to the Sun's UV rays for the average person.Note
: In June, an average UV index of 12 transforms into the following instructions:
Execute every important safeguard, as unprotected skin and eyes could burn within moments. Avoid direct Sun exposure from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., a period when UV radiation is most intense, and remember that not all shade structures provide full protection. A wide-brimmed hat provides unparalleled sun protection for sensitive areas like the eyes, ears, and neck. Even on overcast days, ensure the application and frequent reapplication of sunscreen with at least an SPF 30, especially post swim or outdoor exercise. Stay alert! Reflective properties of sand and water amplify the Sun's UV radiation.