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Cairo bracing for sandstorms, thunder and heavy rain on Monday

The Egyptian Meteorological Authority has warned of unstable weather in the capital and several other governorates

Ahram Online , Monday 30 Apr 2018
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The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) issued a warning late on Sunday of sandstorms, thunder and rain in Cairo and other governorates on Monday.

"The country will be affected tomorrow by unstable weather, with winds bearing sand and dust forecast in Cairo and northern Upper Egypt, as well as low clouds accompanied by rain fall," the statement read.

The unstable weather is expected to last until Thursday 3 May, according to the EMA.

The weather report also said that fog would affect driving on some areas, becoming more dense in Cairo and along the northern coasts.

Egypt witnessed unstable weather last week, with heavy rain in all parts of the country. Several governorates witnessed flooding, causing damage to houses, shopping malls and university buildings, especially those located in the New Cairo area.

The temperatures in degrees Celsius for Monday are as follows:

Cairo 38-23

Alexandria 31-18

Nile Delta 37-22

North Sinai 27-15

South Sinai: 33-24

Upper Egypt: 39-21

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