The weather in Jordan changes based on the area of the country, although it is mostly warm. A large part of the territory has desert weather but the coast area next to the Mediterranean Sea, has softer temperatures. It has two different seasons, summer from May to October, with elevated temperatures, reaching almost 39°C (|01.1°F), and winter from November to April, the rainiest and most fresh season, reaching almost 0°C (32°F) in January. The desert has extreme temperatures. The mean temperature in Amman goes from 8-9°C (46.4-48.2°F) to 27°C (80.6°F)
Jordanian Dinar (JOD). In the Queen Alia International Airport You can easily Exchange your currency, the Housing Bank has ATM’s to make your foreign exchange and, before passing through immigration there is another bank, but this doesn’t always remain open. Before traveling it is recommended to bring cash to pay for your visa or to cover your first expenses like the transport from the airport to the city. In Amman there are dozens of banks and ATMs to make your exchanges and to use Visa or MasterCard. There are also foreign exchange offices at hand. A very common place is the Al-Malek Fisal street.
When to go
The spring months, from March to May, are the high season in Amman. The days are warm and when the sun sets, the ambient refreshes. During autumn, around the middle of September to November, is also a good time to go visit. The least recommended months to go are July and August, when the temperatures are really high.
2 days in the city and some days to discover other places in the country. Amman is a place full of history and with two days there is enough time to see the most of this destination. We recommend you to go to other places in the country. Jordan has many interesting places to meet and to get to know their history.
Generally, the stores in Amman open at 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., and take a rest of two hours. In the afternoon they open from 3:30 p.m. to 6 or 6:30 p.m. The shopping malls extend their work hours: they open up at 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.
You have to consider that during Saturdays many stores remain closed and during the Ramadan, the work hours change.