People with respiratory problems are advised to stay indoors as dusty winds will blow across Egypt on Thursday, according to the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) forecast.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) has urged locals to stay indoors, avoid walking under billboards and wear a mask as a sandstorm has hit major areas across Egypt on Thursday.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) has advised people with respiratory problems to stay indoors as many areas across Egypt are scheduled to see dust storms on Sunday.
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 is expected to see an unstable weather Thursday, with speed dusty wind and a decline in temperature across the country.
Egyptians are advised to stay home and avoid exposure to a heavy sandstorm that hit the country at its peak on Wednesday, forcing several parks and zoos across the country to close its doors.
Instability of the weather will continue, with a rise in temperatures on Friday.
Follow et's live updates on the unstable weather expected to last until Tuesday.
Meteorologists expect extreme weather fluctuations, heavy winds and sandstorms to hit the country.