CAIRO: Unstable weather conditions including a notable decrease in temperatures, thunderstorms and heavy rain will prevail particularly on Egypt’s north coast Thursday through Sunday, the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) announced.
Rain will be medium in strength in the Delta governorates, Cairo and north Upper Egypt starting Thursday, chairman of EMA Ahmed Abdel Aal stated Tuesday.
The wind will be active and expected to affect navigation on both the Red Sea and Mediterranean, he added.
The peak of this unstable wave will be on Friday, Abdel Aal said, warning of frost on agricultural lands in north Upper Egypt and Sinai.
Cairo will is expected to see 14C, North Sinai 13, South Sinai 19, Delta region 12, north Upper Egypt 15 and South Upper Egypt 18, according to Abdel Aal.
Earlier this month, a wave of unstable weather accompanied by low temperatures, 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.