It reaches 20.. Meteorology reveals details of the weather and temperatures h

It reaches 20.. Meteorology reveals details of the weather and temperatures h
It reaches 20.. Meteorology reveals details of the weather and temperatures h

(Masrawy):

The General Meteorological Authority revealed a map of weather phenomena and the expected weather condition on the cities and governorates of Egypt until next Thursday, where hot weather prevails during the day in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, northern Upper Egypt, and South Sinai, moderate heat, on the northern coasts, hot on southern Upper Egypt. At night, it is gentle in the north of the country to the north of Upper Egypt, and moderately hot in the rest of the country.

And the meteorologist announced its forecasts for the possible weather phenomena that might occur in the country, which are:

– Cold weather in the late hours of the night and early morning, in the north of the country, even north of Upper Egypt.

The water mist will be in the early morning until approximately seven in the morning, on agricultural roads and highways close to water bodies leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northern coasts, the Canal cities, and central Sinai.

Wind movement activates in some areas at intermittent periods, which increases the feeling of low temperatures at night.

Meteorology announced the expected maximum and minimum temperatures in the country until next Thursday, October 7, when the minimum temperatures will reach 20 degrees Celsius, while the maximum will reach 36 degrees Celsius.

Light rain is expected to fall on separate areas of the northwestern coast, at intermittent intervals, with chances of falling approximately 30%, Saturday, October 2, and there are chances of light rain in separate areas of the northern coasts, Lower Egypt, at intermittent periods. Approximately 50% on Sunday.

 
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