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Lower temperatures expected across Egypt on Tuesday: Egypt's Meteorological Authority

Ahram Online , Tuesday 12 Jun 2018
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Egypt's Metrological Authority (EMA) announced on that temperatures will drop noticeably in many parts of the country on Tuesday, Al-Ahram Arabic website reported.

According to the EMA, the northern coasts of Egypt will witness moderate weather whereas the Nile Delta, Cairo and North Upper Egypt will experience slightly hot weather.

Southern Upper Egypt will continue experiencing hot weather. 

Egypt's northern coasts and its Nile Delta may witness light rains.

Cairo and the delta will see a high of 33 degrees Celcius and a low of 22 C.

Egypt's north coast cities, including Alexandria, will see a high 29 C and a low of 21 C.

North Sinai will see a high of 30 C and a low of 19 C, whereas South Sinai will witness a high of 35 C and a low of 14 C.

Upper Egypt will witness a high of 41 C and a low of 21 C.

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