Friday 24 April 2020
The Meteorological Authority revealed the details of the weather for the first three days of Ramadan, indicating that the country is exposed to a state of instability in weather conditions during this period.
The meteorological agency predicts that the weather will witness a significant increase in temperatures, accompanied by winds and storms.
The authority pointed to a southwest coast of winds that are sandy and dusty, and reach storms on separate areas of the northern coast, north of Upper Egypt and Sinai.
And continued: wind speeds range from 70:60 km / hour, which leads to the deterioration of horizontal visibility on the roads and disruption of maritime navigation on the Red and Mediterranean seas, the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba.
She explained that the winds are accompanied by a noticeable rise in temperatures on most parts, to a very hot weather prevailing during the hours of the day, and light rain falls on the northern coasts, Lower Egypt, and the cities of the Canal, and the occasional thunderstorm.
And on Greater Cairo, it is expected that the south-western winds will become sandy and dusty, and reach stormy storms in separate areas.
The wind speed ranges from 50:60 km / h, which leads to the deterioration of the horizontal visibility on the roads.
High and low temperatures range from Friday to Friday:
Cairo and Lower Egypt 36 18
Northwest Coast 27 17
North East Coast 37 16
South Sinai 35 22
North of Upper Egypt 38 22
South Upper Egypt 40 24
Saturday and Sunday
The authority said that the country will witness a noticeable decrease in temperatures in most parts (the second and third days of Ramadan) with values ranging from 9 to 10 degrees Celsius.
The authority indicated that the chances of rain falling from mild to moderate on the northern coasts, Lower Egypt, the Canal cities and Sinai.
The temperatures range from Saturday and Sunday:
Cairo and Lower Egypt 25 16
Northwest Coast 22 15
Northeast Coast 22 17
South Sinai 29 20
North of Upper Egypt 27 18
South Upper Egypt 33 25