The Egyptian Meteorological Authority expected temperatures, on Tuesday and Wednesday, hot and humid weather during the day on Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and the northern coasts, very hot and humid on the governorates of southern Upper Egypt and the south of the country, and moderate humid weather at night on the governorates of the northern coasts.
Meteorologists expected a gradual decrease in humidity, and the regression of India’s seasonal depression towards the south of the country.
Active wind is expected on Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the western coasts, South Sinai and the south of the country at intermittent intervals.
Chances of light rain that may reach thunder are predicted in the cities of Halayeb and Shalateen.
Low and medium clouds are expected on Aswan, the Red Sea, and South and Central Sinai.
Meteorologists warned of fog in the morning, on the northern coasts, the Delta, Greater Cairo, the cities of the Suez Canal and North Sinai.
Northern coasts 80 percent
Delta 70 percent
Cairo 65 percent
Upper Egypt 15 percent
Waves in the Mediterranean are expected to be moderate, ranging between one and one and a half meters high, with northwesterly surface winds.
Waves in the Red Sea are expected to be moderate, ranging between one meter and one and a half meters, with northerly to northeasterly surface winds.
Maximum temperatures predicted on Wednesday:
Kafr el-Sheikh 36C