CAIRO – 3 August 2018: Cairenes will feel a slight improvement in weather on Friday after a heat wave relents. The temperature is expected to drop by two degrees reaching highs of 37°C and lows of 27°C.
Meanwhile, a hot weather will be continue in other parts across Egypt, including Upper Egypt’s Aswan recording highs 42°C and Qena reaching 40°C; however, there will be a slight decline in temperatures during the night.
Clouds will be low in northern Egypt. Winds are moderate northeasterly, active in Gulf Suez and Red Sea, which may causes disturbance in navigation.
The Mediterranean Sea’s wavelength will be varied between light to mild, with two meters to 2.5 meters and northwesterly surface winds.
The Red Sea waves will be moderate to disturbed, with their lengths reaching 1.5 to two meters and northwesterly surface winds.
In the below lines, we display the expected temperature (in degrees Celsius) across some of Egypt’s governorates:
Cairo: 37°C – 27 °C
Alexandria: 32°C – 26°C
Luxor: 4°C – 28°C
Aswan: 42°C – 29°C
Qena: 40°C – 28°C
Hurghada: 38°C – 30°C
Sharm El Sheikh: 37°C – 29°C
Al Minya: 38°C – 25°C
Suez: 37°C – 24°C
Halayeb: 34°C – 30°C
Shalateen: 37°C – 39°C