The summer season in Palestine is relieved by the gentle wind that blows from the Mediterranean Sea and although the days of the summers are hot, the evenings are cool and the people even may require a sweater. The Palestinian atmosphere is fresh and the air is unadulterated at the region.
The temperature of Palestine in the summer season reaches up to 35º C and in the winter season the temperature in Palestine the temperature many sometimes fall to zero. Rainfall in Palestine is very restricted and the months in which there is major rainfall in Palestine are from November to February.
In the months of April, May and in the middle part of June, the people of Palestine are relentlessly affected by the annual hot, sandy, dry and dusty Khamseen winds which have the origin from the Arabian Desert. In the whole day time the land of Palestine has seven hours of sunshine, in the winter and in the summer season there is thirteen hours of sunshine.
The visitors and the tourists to Palestine are advised to wear light clothes in the summer and sweaters in the evening and night. During the winter season the visitors should be well equipped with warm clothes.