A picture taken on September 6, 2022, shows a partial view of the Nile river and the island of al-Dahab, in Egypt s capital Cairo. AFP
Humidity rates will decrease during nighttime in various parts of the country, which will make the weather feel less hot, according to the EMA.
Wind activity is expected to prevail across Greater Cairo, the North Coast, South Sinai, and northern Upper Egypt.
The high temperature in Cairo and the Nile Delta will be 35 degrees Celsius from Tuesday to Friday, gradually decreasing to 34 and 33 degrees on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
In South Sinai, the temperature highs will reach 39 degrees Celsius from Tuesday to Friday, dropping by one degree Celsius on Saturday and Sunday.
Beachgoers heading to the North Coast should expect a consistent and nice moderate high temperature of 31-32 degrees Celsius from Tuesday to Friday, decreasing to 30 and 28 degrees Celsius on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
Northern Upper Egypt will experience temperature highs of 37-39 degrees Celsius from Tuesday to Thursday, increasing to 40 degrees Celsius on Friday and Saturday, with a significant drop to 34 degrees Celsius on Sunday.
Conversely, temperature highs in southern Upper Egypt will be extremely hot, ranging between 43-46 degrees Celsius from Tuesday to Sunday.