CAIRO: Unstable weather conditions including a notable decrease in temperatures and heavy rains on Egypt’s north coast will prevail Sunday, the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) announced.
“Medium rainfall that could lead to floods, as well as thunderstorms, are expected in the Delta, Cairo, Sinai, the Red Sea Mountain and Upper Egypt from Sunday through Wednesday,” spokesperson for the EMA Wahid Seoudy was quoted by Youm7 Sunday.
The wind will affect navigation on both the Red Sea and Mediterranean, he added.
Cairo will see 28C, Alexandria 26C, Sharm el-Sheikh 31C and Luxor 32C, according to Seoudy.
Last week, a wave of unstable weather accompanied by low temperatures and active winds and heavy rains has hit several parts of Egypt, particularly the Mediterranean city of Alexandria where at least seven people were killed after being electrocuted when a power cable of a tram fell in rain water flooding the streets, Youm7 reported.