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Lower temperatures forecast for Cairo, light rain in other areas over coming two days

Ahram Online , Tuesday 7 May 2019
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Temperatures in the Egyptian capital Cairo are expected to fall by up to six degrees Celsius over the coming two days.

Cairo is predicted to see highs of 27 and 26 and lows of 18 and 17 on Wednesday and Thursday respectively, the Egyptian Meteorological Authority said on its official website.

Light rain is forecast for the border region of South Sinai and some southern areas on Wednesday, and the wet weather will extend to the  northern cities on the Mediterranean on Thursday.

Highs across the country are expected to fall by an average of 2 degrees over the next two days.

Sweltering heat in the far south, where the ancient cities of Luxor and Aswan are located, will subside, with temperatures set to fall from 41 degrees to 35 and 32. Lows there will remain steady, at 25 degrees.

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