Marsa Matrouh governorate has raised the degree of readiness to the maximum to deal with the effects of the bad weather and the expected heavy rains that will hit the city - Press photo
CAIRO – 26 December 2019: Marsa Matrouh governorate has raised the degree of readiness to the maximum to deal with the effects of the bad weather and the expected heavy rains that will hit the city.
Metrological experts warned of unstable weather over the coming four days, where a drop in temperature accompanied with thunder rains will be witnessed. Accordingly, Martouh and Alexandria, two of the affected coastal cities, announced suspending study at all universities on Wednesday and Thursday.
Matrouh Governor Khaled Shoeib assured that the main operations room in the governorate is continuously monitoring the weather status, and data of the Meteorological Authority for early preparations to face weather fluctuations and possible rainfall.
Shoeib said that he received reports on how to deal with the accumulated rain water, adding that concerned bodies succeeded to contain the effects of the rainfall that has been witness over the past days in the city.
Pictures of smashed new glass walkway leading to Cleopatra Rock have been largely shared on social media, after sea waves collided with the corridor as a result of dust storm that has erupted in the city since Tuesday.
Governor Shoeib followed up on the impact of the bad weather and the smashed glass walkway.