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Cooler weather, rain expected in Cairo and northern Egypt on Saturday

Ahram Online , Friday 19 May 2017
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Cars move on Qasr El-Nile bridge after heavy rainfall in Cairo, Egypt.(Photo: Mahmoud Madh El-Nabi)
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Cairo and the northern parts of Egypt will see cooler temperatures on Saturday, with highs of 28 degrees Celsius and lows of 20 in the capital, along with rain, MENA reported on Friday.

The northern coast, the Nile Delta, Cairo, Sinai, and Red Sea mountains will see clouds and rainfall.

The coastal city of Alexandria will witness cool weather conditions with highs of 25 and lows of 20.

The northern cities of Upper Egypt will also be affected by lower temperatures, while the temperatures in the southern cities of Upper Egypt will stay high.

The northern coast, the Nile Delta, Cairo, Sinai, and Red Sea mountains will see clouds and rainfall.

Wind will be active in many parts of Egypt, rousing dust and sand, and causing disturbances in maritime navigation.

Temperatures in Upper Egypt will be high with Luxor and Aswan reaching 35 and 36 degrees and cooler lows of 21 and 24 respectively.

Temperatures will be moderate in the touristic resorts of Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada, with highs of 32 and 33 respectively and lows of 24 degrees for both.

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