A spell of lousy weather continues to hit most governorates of Egypt and snow is expected to fall in South Sinai governorate on Friday.\r\nLocal authorities deployed in governorates teams to cope with the expected fallouts of the spell of dire weather.\r\nVehicles were sent to suck the muddy water of puddles left by heavy rain fell in various parts of the country over the last days.\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/experts-forecast-cold-rainy-weather-on-saturday\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">https:\/\/see.news\/experts-forecast-cold-rainy-weather-on-saturday\/<\/a>\r\n\r\nStrong winds uprooted trees and cut off power in Qalubia north of Cairo.\r\n\r\nHeavy snow fell in Saint Catharine city in South Sinai governorate and temperature degree slid below 4- C.\r\nThe municipal authorities have declared an emergency to cope with the expected torrents there.\r\n\r\nMaj. Gen. Talat El Enani, governor of St. Catharine, said that snow began to fall in the inner part of the city and on peaks of the mountains.\r\n\r\nHe affirmed that the local authorities were ready to handle the snow season.\r\n\r\nMeasurements were taken to protect villages and valleys of the governorate against torrents.\r\nThe governor added that snow season flourishes tourism to the governorate, especially the internal one as some Egyptian prefer to watch such an event.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, local authorities in Assuit stood alert to handle heavy rain if it falls.\r\n\r\nGovernorates in the Delta expose to changeable weather over the last few days.\r\n\r\nGovernorates next to the Mediterranean Sea such as Damietta saw downpours accompanied by dust storms and strong winds.\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/www.accuweather.com\/en\/eg\/cairo\/127164\/weather-forecast\/127164" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">https:\/\/www.accuweather.com\/en\/eg\/cairo\/127164\/weather-forecast\/127164<\/a>\r\nFrost accumulates on plants in the rural areas of the province. The fleet of fishing stopped working.\r\n\r\nMarsa Matrouh governorate received heavy rain for three days in a row accompanied by chilly winds.\r\nDust-laden winds blew up the Red Sea governorate which affects negatively the traffic.\r\n\r\nThe Red Sea ports declared an emergency to face the probable danger that may threaten people and properties. Egypt enjoys a moderate climate on most days of the year.\r\n\r\nBecause its boundaries extend from the Mediterranean Sea in the north to Sudan in the south, its climate varies greatly. Although some tourists venture into the searing heat of the Sahara desert, most confine their travels to the Red Sea coast and the Valley of the Nile.\r\n\r\nAround Alexandria and the resorts that fringe the Mediterranean, summertime temperatures usually peak at around 31 Celsius (87F) but further south, in Aswan, temperatures average 41 Celsius (106F).\r\n\r\nAlthough there can be a few wet days each month along the Mediterranean coast, much of Egypt experiences little or no rainfall.\r\n\r\nSo, with sunshine averaging eight to 10 hours each day in the winter and as much as 12 hours in the summer, tourists can base their choice of time to visit solely on the likely temperatures.\r\n\r\nWith summer temperatures exceeding 35 Celsius (95F), touring sites around Cairo can be very uncomfortable.\r\nBut it should also be pointed out that January and February can be quite chilly months in Cairo and along the northern half of Egypt\u2019s Red Sea coast.\r\n\r\nDust-laden winds may affect almost any part of the country between late March and June. These can give some very unpleasant conditions at times.