Sandstorms to hit Egypt 3 days this week
In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, Syrian cars drive on a highway, as a sandstorm shrouds Damascus, Syria, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015. The unseasonal sandstorm hit Lebanon and Syria, reducing visibility and sending dozens to hospitals with breathing difficulties because of the fine dust. (SANA via AP)

CAIRO: A drop in temperature degrees is expected Friday, with the weather close to a frost in Central Sinai, announced Egyptian meteorological experts Thursday.

Ahmed Abdel Aal, chairman of Egypt’s Meteorological Authority (EMA,) told Youm7 that a wave of unstable weather will hit the country starting from Sunday and will last until Tuesday.

During this wave, Aal said that sandstorms will be witnessed, with poor visibility to occur on desert roads.

Experts predicted morning mists and moderate winds to loom in Lower Egypt, Cairo and Suez cities.

In Cairo, the temperature is expected to drop at night to reach 12 C and 18 C during the day.

For Mediterranean cities, the temperature in Alexandria resembles Cairo, while in Marsa Matrouh, a colder night is expected recording 11 C.

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