Meteorologists predicted unstable weather across Egypt on Wednesday, with heavy winds, rainfall and possible thunderstorms in parts of the country.
Cold weather is predicted across Egypt during the daytime, with temperatures expected to grow very cold at night.
Temperatures predicted for the following cities are: 15C in Cairo and Alexandria, 17C in Qena and Luxor, 18C in Aswan, 19C in Hurghada, and 20C in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Low- and medium-level clouds are anticipated across Egypt’s north, accompanied by rainfall and potential thunderstorms on the northern coasts and parts of Lower Egypt, with possible light rain in Cairo.
Winds will be mostly southwestern and active in most parts of the country, stirring up sand and dust in open areas and possibly disrupting maritime navigation in the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
Frost is also predicted to cover farmland in Central Sinai and Northern Upper Egypt.
Waves in the Mediterranean Sea will be very rough, ranging between three and four meters in height, while waves in the Red Sea will be moderate to rough, ranging between two and 2.5 meters in height, with northwestern surface winds on both seas.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm