Sand storm expected to hit Egypt Sunday amid decreasing temperatures
A sandstorm shrouds the capital city of Beirut, Lebanon, 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. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

CAIRO: Decreasing temperatures in Egypt will be accompanied with winds that will lead to a sand storm Sunday over most of the country, Youm7 reported.

Cooler temperatures are expected to last until Tuesday, head of the Meteorological Authority Ahmed Abdel Aal told Youm7.

Navigation and fishing in Egypt’s Mediterranean shores may be unstable due to wind and waves of reaching 2.5 meters high, he said.

Light rain might fall over the Delta and Cairo during the upcoming few days, he added.

On Sunday, the temperature in Cairo and Alexandria is expected to reach 24 degrees Celsius, with 29 degrees in Sharm el-Sheikh, and 25 degrees in Hurghada.


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