Egypt Independent

High temperatures and humidity to decrease across Egypt on Tuesday, fall further on Wednesday



Egyptian meteorologists predict that high temperatures and humidity will decline across Egypt on Tuesday, and will fall further on Wednesday and Thursday.

Temperatures on Tuesday are expected to be moderate in Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt, and on the northern coasts. Temperatures will be higher in South Sinai and the Red Sea mountains, and very high in Upper Egypt.

Temperatures predicted for the following cities are: 34C in Greater Cairo, 34C in Lower Egypt, 30C on the northwest coast, 30C on the northeast coast and Central Sinai, 38C in South Sinai and the Red Sea mountains, 38C in northern Upper Egypt, and 43C in southern Upper Egypt.

Mist is expected for Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and the northern coasts during the daytime, with light to medium rains on the northern coasts and the Halayib Triangle.

Maximum and minimum humidity levels will be: 60-80 on the northwest coast, 55-80 on the northeastern coast and central Sinai, 32-75 in Greater Cairo, 30-80 in Lower Egypt, 30-67 in the Red Sea mountains, 25-65 in northern Upper Egypt, and 18-50 in southern Upper Egypt.

Moderately hot and humid weather is expected for Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt on Wednesday, with moderate temperatures on the northern coast, high temperatures in northern Upper Egypt, the Red Sea mountains, and northern Upper Egypt, and very high temperatures in southern Upper Egypt.

Temperatures predicted for the following cities are: 34C in Lower Egypt, 34C in Greater Cairo, 30C on the northwest coast, the northeast coast and Central Sinai, 38C in South Sinai and the Red Sea mountains, 37C in northern Upper Egypt, and 40C in southern Upper Egypt.

Mist is expected for Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, and the northern coast during the day.

Active winds will disturb maritime navigation in South Sinai and the Red Sea.

Maximum and minimum humidity levels will be: 45-85 on the northwest coast, 45-84 on the northeast coast and Central Sinai, 35-76 in Greater Cairo, 30-82 in Lower Egypt, 30-67 in the Red Sea mountains and South Sinai, 25-65 in northern Upper Egypt, and 18-40 in southern Upper Egypt.

Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm