The Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) announced on Monday that there will be a gradual decrease in temperatures in most parts of the country starting Tuesday.
According to the statement, early morning mist will reduce visibility in the country’s north.
Egypt’s northern coasts, Nile Delta, Cairo as well northern Upper Egypt and Sinai could receive rain.
On Monday, Egypt experienced a sizzling 33 degrees Celsius, which are expected to drop by 6 degrees during the coming days, starting tomorrow.
The EMA also added that there will be active northwesterly winds in southern Upper Egypt as well as along the Red Sea, which will disturb navigation.
Waves in the Mediterranean Sea will be moderate, ranging between 1.5 meters and two meters in height with southwestern to southeastern surface winds.
Waves in the Red Sea will be low to moderate, ranging between one and 1.75 meters in height with northwestern surface winds.