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Egypt's temperatures to decrease starting Tuesday, as unstable weather prevails

Maritime transportation in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea will be disrupted due to anticipated winds

Ahram Online , Monday 2 Nov 2015
Cairoheavy rain and a cold spell in Cairo
Clouds gather during heavy rain and a cold spell in Cairo, November 24, 2014 (Reuters)
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Temperatures in most parts of Egypt including Cairo and Alexandria will decrease by five to six degrees starting Tuesday, to continue until Friday, according to a Monday Meteorological Authority statement, state news agency MENA reported.

Rain and thunderstorms will dominate the weather during the coming four days.

Maritime transportation in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea will also be disrupted due to anticipated winds.

The statement mentioned Salloum, Matrouh, Alexandria, Cairo, Sinai, Red Sea Mountains, and Upper Egypt as the concerned parts of Egypt.

In North Sinai and the North Coast, the maximum temperatures will be from 20 to 21 degrees Celsius, in Cairo it will be up to 22 to 23 degrees, in the north of Upper Egypt 24-25 degrees, in the South of Upper Egypt 26-28 degrees and in South Sinai 25-27 degrees.

The beginning of last week saw temperatures significantly drop and rainy weather, which brought floods and casualties, especially in Alexandria where five people died from related accidents. 

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