File photo: A view of the Nile river from Cairo. Photo: UN website
Furthermore, there is a slight possibility of light rain on Tuesday in different parts of northern Egypt, particularly the north coast, which encompasses Alexandria, Matrouh, and the Nile Delta.
According to the EMA, the rain could also reach Cairo and cities along the Suez Canal.
The EMA cautions that dusty winds may occur in the Western Desert and the southernmost region of Upper Egypt, which includes the Aswan and Luxor governorates.
Although temperatures have decreased slightly, the EMA advises citizens to avoid direct sun exposure.
This week, the EMA predicts moderate weather throughout the country in the early morning and at night.
Cairo, the Nile Delta, and northern Upper Egypt (which includes Fayoum, Beni Suef, and Minya) will experience hot weather during the day, while Alexandria, Matrouh, Damietta, and Port Said will have warm weather.
It is not recommended to be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods in South Sinai (which includes Nuweibaa and Sharm El-Sheikh on the Red Sea) and southern Upper Egypt due to the extremely hot weather during the day.
According to the EMA, Cairo and the Nile Delta will experience temperatures ranging from 32-34 degrees Celsius during the day and 21-22 degrees Celsius at night this week.
The North Coast will experience temperatures ranging from 28-29 degrees Celsius during the day and 20-21 degrees Celsius at night.
South Sinai will have t-shirt weather with highs of 36-37 degrees Celsius and lows of 26-27 degrees Celsius.
Northern Upper Egypt cities will see temperatures ranging from 33-36 degrees Celsius during the day and 23-24 degrees Celsius at night.
Southern Upper Egypt will have extremely high temperatures with highs of 38-39 degrees Celsius and lows of 27-29 degrees Celsius, so it is recommended to stay indoors as much as possible.