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Egypt expects hot weather Sunday

Highs will reach 43 degrees Celsius in Aswan, with Cairo seeing temperatures peak at 37 degrees

Ahram Online , Saturday 18 Jun 2016
Children diving in the Nile
Children dive in the Nile to escape the hot weather during a heat wave in Cairo (Photo: Reuters)
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Hot weather is expected to hit Egypt Sunday, the MENA state news agency reported Saturday, citing the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).

Temperatures during the day in Cairo will reach 37 degrees Celsius and will ease to 19 degrees in night. The coastal city of Alexandria will witness slightly cooler weather with a high of 33 and a low of 24 Celsius.

The southern Sinai city of Sharm El-Sheikh will witness a high of 38 and a low of 28 degrees Celsius.

Upper Egypt's Aswan will see the hottest temperatures nationwide, with a high of 43 and a low of 28 degrees Celsius.

 

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