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3 rainy days start tomorrow..weather details for the coming days

04:32 PM

Sunday 30 October 2022

Books – Muhammad Nassar:

The Meteorological Authority revealed details of the weather and expected temperatures during the next 6 days, from tomorrow, Monday, October 31, 2022, until Saturday, November 5, 2022.

And the meteorologist said, in a statement, today, Sunday: Hot weather prevails during the day in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, South Sinai and northern Upper Egypt, moderate heat on the northern coasts, hot in southern Upper Egypt, and pleasant weather at the beginning of the night tends to be cold at the end of it in all parts.

The authority indicated that there is light rain with an incidence of approximately 40% on areas of the western coasts and northern Lower Egypt, which may extend light to areas of the eastern coasts at intermittent periods, tomorrow, Monday.

Tomorrow there will be a water mist in the morning on some roads leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northern coasts, the Canal cities, central Sinai and northern Upper Egypt, in addition to wind activity in areas of southern Sinai.

As for the weather next Tuesday, there will be 40% light rain on areas of the northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt, and 40% light rain in areas south of Lower Egypt and the cities of the Canal.

There is also a water mist in the morning on some roads leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northern coasts, the Canal cities, central Sinai and northern Upper Egypt, and wind activity in areas of South Sinai at intermittent periods.

And around the weather on Wednesday, November 2, there is light to medium rain of 30% on areas of the northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt at intermittent intervals, in addition to wind activity in areas of South Sinai at intermittent periods.

While there is sometimes wind activity in areas of South Sinai and North Upper Egypt at intermittent periods, next Thursday, the winds will be on Friday and Saturday in areas of South Sinai.​

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