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Temperatures to drop in Egypt on Thursday, wind and rain expected

Temperatures in Cairo will see highs of 25 degrees Celsius and lows of 19, while Alexandria will see highs of 21 and lows of 16

Ahram Online , Wednesday 12 Apr 2017
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File photo: View of the Nile and 6 October bridge after heavy rainfall in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, 13 December 2015 (Photo: Mahmoud Madh El-Nabi)
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Temperatures are expected to drop noticeably in Egypt on Thursday, with wind and dust expected in the south of the country, state news agency MENA reported.

Cloudy conditions will continue on Thursday, causing heavy rains in some areas and floods in Sinai and the Red Sea mountains.

Waves in the Mediterranean will range from 1.5 to two meters high, while waves in the Red Sea will witness highs of two to 2.5 metres.

Temperatures in Cairo will see highs of 25 degrees Celsius and lows of 19, while Alexandria will see highs of 21 and lows of 16.

On Wednesday, the early morning hours saw light showers across Cairo and Alexandria, while the Upper Egyptian governorates of Assiut and Minya saw strong sand storms. 

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