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Rainfall forecast in some parts of Egypt through weekend

The head of the Egyptian Meteorological Authority advised drivers to avoid high speeds as heavy mist is expected throughout the weekend

Ahram Online, Thursday 29 Nov 2018
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File Photo: Cars move on Qasr El-Nile bridge after heavy rainfall in Cairo, Egypt.(Photo: Mahmoud Madh El-Nabi)
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Egypt's meteorologists expect rainfall in several parts of the country Friday and Saturday as temperatures are forecast to slightly drop.

The Egyptian Meteorological Authority's forecast shows that rains are expected along country's northern coast and some Nile Delta cities Friday and Saturday.

It may also rain in the capital Cairo on Friday, the authority's head, Ahmed Ahmed Abdel Al, said Wednesday.

Abdel Al advised drivers to avoid high speeds as heavy mist is expected throughout the weekend.

Temperatures on Friday are expected to see an average drop of 2-3 degrees Celsius, with highs of 22 degrees Celsius and lows of 15 expected in Cairo.

Tempratures are predicted to almost remain the same on Saturday.

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