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Dr. Iman Shaker, Undersecretary of the Remote Sensing Center at the General Authority of Meteorology, said that Egypt is living in the second half of the fall season and about a month separating us from the winter that begins next December 21.
And she continued, during a telephone conversation with the media, Dalia Ayman, of the “Sabah Al-Balad” program, broadcast on the Sada Al-Balad channel, that the feeling of weather fluctuations began during the past two weeks and we witnessed more than one weather condition.
The agent of the remote sensing center at the General Authority of Meteorology confirmed that starting tomorrow, Wednesday, we will witness a state of instability in the weather and will continue until next Friday.
She indicated that the unstable weather will start on Wednesday and Thursday, and will witness heavy and thunderstorms on the northern coasts of the country, Salloum, Dabaa, Port Said and Rafah.
She pointed out that the rains will be moderate to heavy in the governorates of Lower Egypt, and thunderstorms in some areas, especially north of Lower Egypt, Kafr El Sheikh, Beheira and Dakahlia.
Dr. Iman Shaker, Undersecretary of the Remote Sensing Center at the General Meteorological Authority, explained that Cairo will witness on Wednesday and Thursday moderate rains and light rain in northern Upper Egypt.
She added, that the weather returns to improvement starting from Friday and the chances of rain will diminish, noting that on the next Wednesday and Thursday there will be wind activity along with a decrease in temperatures, especially the late night and early morning hours, in addition to the disappearance of the sun’s rays most of the day.
Dr. Iman Shaker, the agent of the Remote Sensing Center at the General Meteorological Authority, advised to wear winter clothes, especially children and the elderly.
Dr. Iman Shaker, Undersecretary of the Remote Sensing Center at the General Meteorological Authority, said that some governorates of the northern coast may witness snowfall “hail.”
- The situation in Egypt