Mashhad, with around
3 million inhabitants, is the second most populous city in Iran. It
is located in the northeast of the country and is the capital of Razavi
features a steppe climate with hot summers and cool winters. The city only sees
about 250 millimeters of precipitation per year, some of which occasionally
falls in the form of snow. Summers are typically hot and dry, with high
temperatures sometimes exceeding 35 °C. Winters are typically cool to cold and
somewhat damper, with overnight lows routinely dropping below freezing. Mashhad
enjoys on average just above 2900 hours of sunshine per year.
Get the Mashhad weather forecast here.