Beauty of spring season in Qatar
The Qatar Calendar House made an exciting announcement today, marking the official start of the Hameemain season, also known as the two heats. This season will last for 26 days and is characterized by warm weather during the day and cool nights. If you are in Qatar, get ready to embrace the spring season and enjoy all the exciting activities it has to offer.
Equal Length of Day and Night
In the middle of the Hameemain season, the length of the day and night will be equal, and Qatar will welcome the beginning of spring in all regions. This season also brings the strong and low winds of Al Sarayat, which become active during this period.
Qatar’s spring season is known for its continuous weather fluctuations, with warm fronts followed by cold fronts. Despite these fluctuations, the Qatar Meteorology Department (QMD) has projected that temperatures in the country will rise gradually during the second half of March. The daily mean temperature for the month of March is expected to be 21.9°C.
Grow Fresh Produce in your Garden
Starting a garden is a great way to enjoy fresh produce right from your home. If you are new to gardening, start with easy-to-grow seeds like lettuce, spinach, peas, and carrots. Herbs are a great addition too. Not only do they add flavor to your meals, but they also smell amazing. Start with leafy herbs like basil, mint, parsley, and cilantro, which are easy to grow in containers both indoors and outdoors. They don’t require a lot of soil and have a high growth rate, so you can enjoy them regularly. Once your plants have grown, harvest them regularly and enjoy your fresh produce. Eating food that you have grown yourself is incredibly rewarding, and it’s a great way to encourage a healthy lifestyle. Plus, having a garden is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and connect with nature.
Spring Activities in Qatar
As the temperatures rise, people in Qatar will enjoy the warm weather and participate in outdoor activities such as going to the beach, taking a walk at night, and hosting BBQ parties in their backyard or any of Qatar’s parks. Spring is also the perfect time of year to try new sports like kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding. For those who enjoy kite surfing, head north to Fuwariat Beach or explore the mangroves at Purple Island near Al Thakira.
Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr in Spring
Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr will be coming in spring, bringing their respective traditions and outings. People in Qatar can celebrate these occasions by participating in the various cultural and traditional events that take place during these times.