Starting Saturday, a slight drop in temperatures is expected across Egypt accompanied by rainfall of varying intensity north of the country.
The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) expects light rain starting Wednesday in some areas until the beginning of next week.
In its weather bulletin, the EMA expects light rain to fall with an incidence rate of approximately 30 percent on areas of the northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt.
While on Thursday and Friday active winds are expected in areas of South Sinai and southern Upper Egypt intermittently.
Moderate rain with an incidence rate of approximately 40 percent is expected on Saturday at areas of the northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt.
Light rain with an incidence rate of approximately 30 percent may extend to areas of southern Lower Egypt, Greater Cairo, and the Suez Canal cities at intermittent intervals.
Active winds are also predicted throughout Greater Cairo, South Sinai, and southern Upper Egypt.
On Sunday, moderate rain with an incidence of approximately 40 percent is forecast on areas of the northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt at intermittent intervals, and in areas of southern Lower Egypt, the Suez Canal cities, and central Sinai at intermittent periods.
Active winds are expected across Greater Cairo, South Sinai, and southern Upper Egypt at intermittent periods.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm