Iran Weather and Geography
You can find diverse climates throughout Iran. In the northwest winters are cold with heavy snowfall but at the same time in south the weather is moderate and pleasant but in summers it gets very hot (more than 100 F in July and even in some desert parts 122 F) and also humid across Persian Gulf shores.
In general Iran has a dry climate except for Caspian sea coastal plain. The hottest part of Iran which on NASA’s report has the highest temperature in world is an area in Lut desert called Gandom Beryan.