The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) predicts that the country will experience a wave of unstable weather on Wednesday, the coldest day of the season.
Extremely cold weather is set to prevail in Cairo, Lower Egypt, the North Coast, and North Upper Egypt, during daylight hours.
It is also foreseen that cold weather will prevail in South Sinai, the Red Sea mountain ranges, and South Upper Egypt.
Meteorologists also predicted that the country will continue to experience a decline in temperature.
Furthermore, medium to heavy rain, sometimes thunderstorms accompanied by hail, will prevail in Salloum, Marsa Matruh, Alexandria, Beheira, Kafr El-Sheikh, Dakahlia, Damietta, Port Said, and Arish.
Light to medium rains is also predicted to hit Cairo, South Sinai, the Red Sea mountain ranges, Gharbia, Menoufia, and Sharqiyah.
Light rain is also predicted to prevail in North Upper Egypt.
It is also foreseen that agricultural areas in central Sinai and North Upper Egypt will witness frost. Snow is also expected to fall in Saint Catherine.
Wind will occur occasionally in Cairo, Lower Egypt, the North Coast, the Canal cities, Sinai, and the south of the country.
There will also be a disruption of maritime navigation in the Mediterranean Sea with wind speed reaching 60 to 70 km/hr and wave height ranging from 3 to 5 meters.
the Red Sea will also experience a disruption of maritime navigation with wind speed reaching 50 to 60 km/hr and wave height ranging from 2.5 to 3.5 meters.
Meanwhile, extremely cold weather is foreseen to prevail across the country at nighttime, reaching the point of frost in central Sinai.
Temperatures predicted for the following cities are: 12°C in Cairo, 13°C in Alexandria, 12°C in Marsa Matruh, 15°C in Sohag, 18°C in Qena, and 18°C in Aswan.