She attributed the rise in feels-like temperatures to elevated levels of humidity, advising citizens to avoid exposure of sun rays from 12 to 4:00 p.m., to wear light cotton clothing and to drink plenty of water and juices.
Here is how to stay cool, hydrated, and keep the heat at bay
Citizens are advised to hydrate and remain cool as the country is witnessing increase in temperature degrees this week.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) revealed that a very hot and humid weather will prevail during the day across the country starting Monday, and util next Saturday.
EMA said that the rise in humidity levels is affected by India’s seasonal depression, which increases the perceived temperature.
Egypt will be affected by India’s seasonal depression, which will lead to a scorching heat wave.
The authority warned the temperature degrees are expected to rise Sunday, which sees the peak of the hot weather, by 9 degrees, where Cairo records highs of 39 degrees.
The temperature is expected to decrease by six degrees Celsius.
There will be a rise in temperature, and a warm weather seen in Cairo, Lower Egypt, Northwestern Coast with moderate winds.
Cairo is expected to record highs of 35°C on Monday, 36°C on Tuesday and 39°C on Wednesday.
A heat wave will hit the country as of Monday, with the temperature degrees will increase by four degrees Celsius.
Civil defense forces have managed to manage a fire that broke out at the old market in Sharm al-Sheikh due to an extreme heat wave that hit its highest peak on Thursday.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority expected the temperature to reach 45 degrees Celsius in Cairo and many other governorates.
Meteorological experts said that the country will witness another scorching heat wave as of Tuesday and will last until the weekend, with peak temperature hitting 44°C.
As weather experts warned of a heat wave hitting the country, raising the temperature degrees to highs of 40°C and 42°C on Wednesday and Thursday, citizens are advised to avoid heat-related illness during the fasting hours of Ramadan.
Temperature degrees will continue to rise across Egypt amid a scorching heat wave hitting the country, and is expected to peak on Wednesday and Thursday, recording 40°C.
Egypt will witness a gradual decline in temperatures on Friday; the North Coast will witness mild weather and Cairo will witness hot weather
Egypt Today presents a handy guide for staying cool in the hot weather.
Egypt is set to witness milder weather in the upcoming two days, with temperatures likely to fall by up to 15 degrees.
Macedonia has declared a state of emergency in its southwestern mountainous region due to fear that a heat wave could spread.