Jordan Weather in November: A Quick Guide

As the vibrant hues of autumn give way to the cooler embrace of November, the captivating landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Jordan reveal a unique charm that beckons travelers to experience the enchantment of the Middle East in a new light.

Visiting Jordan in November offers the perfect balance of pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds, allowing you to explore the awe-inspiring wonders of this ancient land at a leisurely pace. Early November can technically still be part of the peak autumn travel season, but by later in the month, you’re into shoulder season and can enjoy more of Jordan to yourself.

From the majestic rose-hued city of Petra and the ethereal beauty of Wadi Rum to the rejuvenating waters of the Dead Sea and the bustling markets of Amman, Jordan in November presents a delightful tapestry of experiences that will captivate your senses and create memories to last a lifetime. Here’s what you need to know about Jordan weather in November and other tips for visiting this month.

Average Temperatures in Jordan in November

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The scorching days of summer are finally gone. November is the beginning of the winter season in Jordan, and the temperatures make that clear. On average, temperatures typically range from 50°F (10°C) to 68°F (20°C) during the day, with temperatures dropping to around 41°F (5°C) at night.

As I always say, note that temperatures can vary depending on where you are in the country, so it’s a good idea to check the forecast for the specific regions you plan to visit.

Average Weather in Jordan in November

Despite the cold temperatures, the Jordan weather in November is quite comfortable for travelers; this is why it’s one of the most popular times to visit. It is one of the driest months in Jordan, with very little rainfall and mostly sunny skies.

However, it’s important to be prepared for the occasional shower or two, especially in the northern regions of the country. The weather is generally mild, but it can be quite windy at times, particularly in the desert regions.

Does it Snow in Jordan in November?

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Well, typically, no. But it’s not impossible to see some snow in Jordan in November either. While it doesn’t typically snow in most parts of Jordan, it’s not unheard of for snow to fall in the higher elevations of the country, particularly in the mountains around Petra and Wadi Rum.

In case it snows while you’re there, you’ll be one of the few lucky travelers who get to see Jordan transform into a picturesque winter wonderland.

Travel Tips for Jordan in November

If you’re sold on visiting Jordan in November, here are a few travel tips to keep in mind before and during your trip. 

  • November is the end of the popular season and the beginning of shoulder season in Jordan, meaning there will be fewer crowds compared to the peak tourist season in the autumn months. However, popular sites like Petra and Wadi Rum can still attract tourists, so it’s recommended to plan your visit and book accommodations and tickets in advance.
  • Southern Jordan – especially Aqaba – is a great destination to visit in Jordan; it averages almost 70°F (21°C) during the day, which is really nice if you’re coming from a northern, colder destination.
  • As it is colder, I recommend adjusting what you pack for Jordan to add a few more cool/cold-weather pieces. I’ve lately become addicted to Unbound Merino, and it’s a great option for Jordan any season. In short, merino wool is wrinkle- and odor-resistant, antibacterial, and moisture-wicking – all good qualities for a material in a climate where temperatures range a lot from north to south and day to night.

November Events in Jordan

Unfortunately, I didn’t find any special events happening in Jordan in November (unlike many other months of the year!). If I hear of any new ones, I’ll add them here – or if you know of any yourself, please let me know in the comments.

Have any other questions about November weather in Jordan and visiting during this month? Let me know in the comments below!

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I fell in love with Jordan after my first visit in 2016; now I love returning to explore more – and writing guides to help you do the same.

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