Egypt will witness a slight increase in temperatures and humidity levels starting Friday and lasting into the beginning of next week is expected.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority announced that temperatures in some parts of the country will rise to 45C on Sunday and Monday and 44C on Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Active winds and morning mist will last through Wednesday.
On Friday, South Sinai, Saint Catherine, Halayeb, and Shalateen could witness intermittent rain and thunderstorms.
The highest temperature in Egypt on Friday is expected to be 43C in Aswan, while the lowest will be 30C in Matrouh.
Waves in the Mediterranean Sea will be moderate, ranging between one and 2.25 meters in height, while waves in the Red Sea will be moderate to turbulent, ranging between two and three meters in height with northwestern surface winds in both seas.
Temperatures will decrease by 1-2C after Monday.
High temperatures for Friday:
Regional humidity levels on Friday:
North Coast: 40-90%
Northern Upper Egypt: 25-40%
Southern Upper Egypt: 15-30%
High temperatures for Saturday:
North Coast: 32C
Northern Upper Egypt: 38C
Southern Upper Egypt: 44C
South Sinai: 40C
High temperatures for Sunday:
Cairo and the Delta: 37C
North Coast: 32-35C
Northern Upper Egypt: 41C
Southern Upper Egypt: 45C
South Sinai: 41C
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm