Chairman of the Egyptian Meteorological Authority Ahmed Abdel Aal said that unstable weather with temperatures declining 7 degrees would dominate the country on Wednesday and Thursday.
Abdel Aal added that temperatures would decrease by 7 degrees in the north of the country and Cairo on Wednesday, extending to the north of Upper Egypt and South Sinai on Thursday.
Maximum temperatures expected for the following cities will range from 17C to 18C in the northern coasts, 18C to 20C in Cairo, 20C to 21C in the north of Upper Egypt.
Abdel Aal added that dusts and possibly rains would prevail in Lower Egypt and Cairo.
He asserted that temperatures would increase country-wide starting Thursday.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm