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Temperatures in Egypt to gradually decrease this week, no floods expected

Ahram Online , Monday 12 Nov 2018
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File photo: Cars drive on Qasr El-Nile bridge after a heavy rainfall in Cairo, Egypt (Al-Ahram)
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Temperatures across the country are set to gradually decrease by the end of this week, the head of Egypt's Meteorological Authority Ahmed Abdel-Aal said on Monday, dismissing the possibility of floods.

Abdel-Aal advised citizens to start wearing winter clothes by the start of next week.

Egypt’s winter season officially starts on 21 December, according to the EMA.

Abdel-Aal also noted that rain in the northern coast and Nile Delta, Cairo and in northern Upper Egypt.

Monday to Wednesday temperatures:

Cairo and the Nile Delta

Low 17, High 24

South Sinai and Hurghada

21/26 

Southern Upper Egypt 

19/26

North Sinai 

17/22

Northern Upper Egypt 

15/25

North Coast 

17/23

 

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