Egypt will see a sharp decline in temperature as of Thursday, according to Meteorological experts expecting a cold weather accompanied with rainfall.
Meteorological experts said Wednesday, which marks the first day of Eid al-Fitr (the Feast of Breaking the Fast) is expected to witness a hot weather, with Cairo recording highs of 34°C.
Meteorological experts said that a warm weather witnessed during the beginning of this week is expected to continue on Tuesday in Cairo and northern coasts of the country.
Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) has warned of a sharp drop in temperature by 7 degrees Celsius, accompanied with dust storm on northern coasts and Lower Egypt.
Weather reports said Saturday the weather in Cairo, Upper Egypt and the Northern Coast got warmer.
Meteorological experts said that Egypt will witness an active sandstorm Sunday, while the temperature will continue to decline with Cairo recording lows of 8°C.
Meteorological experts said Sunday will witness a cold weather on the northern parts of the country and Upper Egypt, especially at night.
Meteorological experts said that Cairo is expected to see improvement in temperature on Saturday after a wave of unstable weather has been witnessed across the country for the past few days.
Cairo expected to witness thunderstorm and a significant decline in temperature by 4-5 degrees Celsius over the coming days.
Egypt’s Meteorological Authority expects hot weather across Egypt on the first day of Eid El-Adha.
Citizens are advised not to be exposed directly to the sun and are advised to stay away from poorly ventilated places. They are adviced to wear caps/hats at peak heat.
Fair climate over Egypt’s Northern Coasts with a rise in temperatures in Upper Egypt.
Fair climate over Egypt’s Northern Coasts with an extreme rise in temperatures in Upper Egypt.
Fair climate over Egypt’s Northern Coasts with an extreme rise in temperature in Upper Egypt.
Fair climate over Egypt’s Northern Coasts and active winds in the Gulf of Suez.
Mild weather prevails over Egypt’s Northern Coasts and active winds in Gulf Suez which may cause disturbance in navigation.
It is expected that Egypt’s Northern Coasts will witness a fair climate and that the Gulf of Suez will witness active winds which may cause disturbance in navigation.
A heat wave witnessed across Egypt will relent as of Tuesday recording highs of 39 °C Cairo.
Blazing heat is witnessed over Upper and Lower Egypt on Saturday, with a slight decline in temperatures during the night in Northern coasts.
Active winds in Gulf Suez and Red Sea