Cairo is going to remain hot, with a high of 33 degrees centigrade, while milder weather takes over Alexandria, at 28 degrees, according to meteorologists.
Extremely hot weather will be felt in Upper Egypt, with temperatures in Qena reaching 43 degrees, Luxor reaching 44 degrees and Aswan reaching 45 degrees.
Low-and medium-level clouds will appear above northern coasts with possibility for rain in the west. Visibility in the north will be reduced in the morning due to mist.
Moderate northwesterlies will blow over South Sinai, whipping up sand and dust, as well as on the Suez Gulf and Red Sea coast, disturbing maritime navigation there.
The height of the Mediterranean Sea is to reach between 2 to 2.5 meters.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm