Experts of the Egyptian Meteorological Authority ( EMA) forecast temperature degrees to rise on Friday.\r\nHot, Humid weather conditions are expected in Cairo, its surroundings and Lower Egypt over the next few hours as the day drags on.\r\n\r\nWater mist hangs over the northern districts in the early morning so people feel more heat as mist works as a glass house.\u00a0Percentage of humidity in Cairo and the Delta is estimated at 82% during the daytime.\r\n\r\nThe experts say that both Middle, Upper Egypt and the southern part of the Sinai Peninsula witness scorching hot weather today.\r\n\r\nModerate winds blow up in most parts of the country but they stir dust and sand in sparse areas.\u00a0The utmost part of the country will receive light to heavy rain today.\u00a0However, it will be nice across the country at night.\r\n\r\nThe EMA released a statement says that major temperature degree in Cairo will be 37 Celsius, the minor one will be 25 C.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, the experts warn of the \u00a0Coronavirus pandemic\u00a0may affect\u00a0the accuracy of the initial weather forecast model output\u00a0originating from national and global weather prediction centers because of a cutback in the number of aircraft flights that generate vital weather data, according to the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) and other experts.\r\n\r\nThe aircraft collect temperature and wind data, among other information, that help improve the initial atmospheric conditions that drive global and regional weather forecast models. This data is used routinely to improve the forecasts created by national weather prediction centers across the globe.\r\n\r\nThe pandemic has drastically reduced the number of such flights in Europe and increasingly in the U.S. This impact will be a reduction in global forecast performance. For regional models, the impact may be even greater.\r\n\r\nRegional models have the ability to resolve high-impact weather, such as thunderstorms, said AccuWeathers Scott Mackaro, vice president, Science, Innovation & Development. Information about the vertical structure of the atmosphere is vital and already sparse. Aircraft measurements provide just that.\r\nIt is not true at all that Egypt\u00a0 has only 2 seasons with\u00a09 months of summer and the remainder winter.\u00a0\u00a0There are 4 distinguishable seasons.\r\n\r\nThe best times to visit Egypt are from September till March, during which time the weather is good; and from September till mid-November, when it is very nice and the temperatures are pleasant for all activities - around 25 C to 15 C. Mid-Nov till the end of February is winter time when temperatures during day are around 12 or 15 degree C, and at night can drop to about 7 or 8 C.\r\n\r\nFrom March until the end of April, there is usually some sand blown about by high winds.\u00a0 However on some days--perhaps only two or three during this two-month period, the weather can be so dusty that you may be not able to go outside.\u00a0 But the majority of days there is just a small amount of dust in the air because of wind that blows through the desert from the west.\r\n\r\nEgypt is perfect all year for snorkelling, diving, and so on, in the Red Sea area in Hurgada and Sharm el Sheikh. In winter time it gets both windy and chilly there, which makes it perfect for windsurfing and kiting.\r\n\r\nSo in speaking about when to visit, it's all up to you. If cost doesn't matter, then winter is when you will want to go, especially Christmas and New Year or the period of Easter from mid-March till end of April. That is when the best weather will occur, even though it gets chilly in December and January but it's still suitable for many aspects of tourism during that time.\r\n\r\nFrom mid-March till end of April, is the Easter season for Orthodox and Catholic Easter celebrations - the weather is so nice, but rates increase as it is a high demand period. May till September is the summer season in Egypt.