This picture taken on November 1, 2022 shows a view of the Nile river between Egypt s capital Cairo (R) and its twin city of Giza (L). (Photo: AFP)
According to predictions by the EMA, there is a 40-50 percent chance for light to moderate rain on the Northern coasts and Northern Nile Delta.
Chances for light rain on Southern Nile Delta, Suez Canal cities and middle Sinai, as well as on various parts of Greater Cairo, are, however, 30 percent.
Starting Wednesday, Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt are expected to see highs of 26-28 degrees Celsius and lows of 18-19 degrees, said the EMA.
South Sinai governorate, which hosts the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) 6-18 November in Sharm El-Sheikh, is expected to witness highs of 28-30 degrees and lows of 21-22 degrees.
Starting from Thursday till Monday, regions of South Sinai will witness wind activity.
The EMA predicted that the North Coast will see highs of 25-26 degrees and lows of 17-18 degrees.
Northern Upper Egypt will experience highs of 28-29 degrees and lows of 16 degrees.
Southern Upper Egypt is set to see highs of 29-30 degrees and lows of 18-19 degrees, according to the EMA.