Northern Egypt is expecting light to moderate rain next week and strong winds may cause high waves in the Mediterranean and disrupt maritime navigation.
Several areas in Greater Cairo are witnessing rainfall of varying intensity in several different areas, coinciding with the volatile weather that the country is expected to witness throughout the day.
The authority said the weather will be pleasant at the beginning of the night, and cool at the end in the north of the country to northern Upper Egypt.
The bad weather is expected to last until Saturday.
According to a report by the EMA, southern Lower Egypt, Suez Canal cities, and Central Sinai can see light rainfall today.
Rain is expected to hit various areas across Egypt during the coming three days, according to weather forecast posted by the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) on Friday.
Egypt is anticipating its first wave of unstable weather and probable rainfall during this fall starting Saturday, according to the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).
Warm weather will be seen in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, and northern coasts, while South Sinai will see hot weather and southern Upper Egypt will experience a very hot weather on Saturday.
The EMA also expects on Thursday mild to moderate rainfall on southern Lower Egypt, which may extend to Greater Cairo and the Canal cities.
Egypt expected to witness a sudden drop in temperature, rainfall as air depression hits the country, Wednesday.
The EMA expects cold weather during daytime in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northern coasts, and northern Upper Egypt.
The city also saw heavy rainfall and rain inundated some streets. The cities of Safaga also saw heavy rainfall on most of the areas.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) expects moderate to heavy rainfall on Friday, accompanied sometimes with snowfall, on Greater Cairo, the northern coasts, Lower Egypt, the canal cities, and northern Upper Egypt.
Weather continues to decline Tuesday, Cairo records 10 degrees at night
Abdel Gaffar added that no accidents from the bad weather have been reported so far.
Cairo and Alexandria governors announced suspending schools on Sunday due to bad weather and expected increase in rainfall.
Cairo, Giza, Qalyubia, and many northern governorates witnessed mild to moderate rainfall on Saturday with the Greater Cairo authorities removing excess water from streets.
Egypt’s Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Ati said the rainfall on Nile streams is still higher than average as he chaired a period meeting of the Permanent Committee for Regulating the River Nile Revenue.
The Irrigation Ministry’s committee concerned with monitoring the Nile flood periodically affirms that the floods this year are above average, ministry spokesman Mohamed Ghanem said on Wednesday.
Eman El-Sayed, head of the ministry’s planning sector, told DMC that the River Nile has been affected by this rise in rainfall.