The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) has said that the country will witness in the coming six days, starting Thursday, mild to heavy rainfall in certain areas.
The EMA said that Egypt’s western coasts have a 30 percent chance of mild to moderate rainfall Thursday and Friday.
On Saturday, the EMA forecast that several governorates on the west coast of the Mediterranean, including Alexandria and Marsa Matrouh, have a 40 percent chance of seeing mild to moderate rain.
On Sunday, the west coast cities of the Mediterranean, including Alexandria and Marsa Matrouh, have a 50 percent chance of mild to moderate rainfall, whereas Cairo and Nile Delta as well as North Upper Egypt and Suez Canal cities may witness active dusty winds.
On Monday, some areas of the Northwestern coast, again including Alexandria and Marsa Matrouh, may witness moderate to heavy rainfall.
Areas in the Northeastern coast including Damietta, Port Said and Al-Arish, may witness light to moderate rainfall.
Some areas in the Nile Delta, including Kafr El-Sheikh, Behaira, Dakhalia and Sharkia, may witness light to moderate rainfall on Monday.
Cairo and the rest of the country may witness active dusty winds Monday.
On Tuesday, the Northern Coast from Marsa Matrouh to Al-Arish may witness moderate to heavy rainfall, whereas the Nile Delta region may witness moderate rainfall.
Some parts of Cairo and Suez Canal cities may witness light rainfall on Tuesday.
The EMA called on citizens to take precautionary measures during rainfall.