Temperatures will rise by one to two degrees celsius in Egypt starting Saturday, according to a member of the media center at the Egyptian Meteorological Authority Manar Ghanem.
Ghanem added in telephone interview to the “Good Morning Egypt” program on Channel One that Egypt is witnessing complete stability in weather conditions on Wednesday.
Temperatures are around its normal rates at this time of the year, being affected by air masses coming from the Mediterranean, she assured.
An extension of an air depression in the upper air layers is making the weather hot in the daytime over Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt, mild on the northern coasts and very hot in southern Upper Egypt, she added.
At night, the weather is completely moderate in all parts, she said.
Active winds are expected at night on Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and some areas of the northern coasts and South Sinai reduce humidity levels, which reduces the feeling of hot weather until the end of the week.