Cairo is expected to witness a high of 30 C (86 Fahrenheit), with a relatively cold low of 15 C (59F) on Saturday (File photo: Marina Barsoum)
Egypt's meteorologists expect hotter weather to hold out across Egypt on Saturday, with temperatures forecast to record a rise of at least three degree Celsius.
The capital Cairo is expected to witness a high of 30 C (86 Fahrenheit), with a relatively cold low of 15 C (59F), state news agency MENA reported.
Egypt's Mediterranean city of Alexandria will see slightly colder weather, with a high of 24 C (75) and a low of 15 (59 F).
In South Sinai, a popular tourist destination renowned for its beach resorts, high temperatures are expected to hover around 29 C (84 F), with lows between 15-20 C (95-68 F).
Forecasters warned of obscured morning vision on roads in Cairo, the north coast, the Nile Delta, as well as in the Suez Canal cities.
The stable weather will result in moderate conditions for navigation in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea with an average wave height of 1-1.5m.