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As summer nears its end, Egypt’s temperatures see significant drop on Wednesday

Temperatures have seen a significant drop across Egypt starting from September 11, especially during the night hours.

Over a week is left until the summer season ends in Egypt, with fall set to begin starting around September 23.

The transition to autumn’s weather began immediately, with meteorologists explaining that autumn will be marked by colder nights, increased temperature differences between day and night, clouds appearing in the north and mists forming during the early morning hours.


Maximum temperatures expected on Friday:

  • Matrouh: 29C
  • Alexandria: 30C
  • Cairo 34C
  • Sharm el-Sheikh: 36C
  • Luxor: 37C
  • Aswan: 38C


The Egyptian Meteorological Authority predicts hot weather on Friday during the morning in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, northern Upper Egypt, and the northern coasts, with very hot weather in South Sinai and southern Upper Egypt.

Nightfall will see milder temperatures.

Mists are expected to form on various roads near water channels, particularly in the Suez Canal cities and the northern coast.

Active winds are predicted across Greater Cairo, South Sinai, and the south of the country at intermittent intervals.

Waves in the Mediterranean Sea will be moderate, ranging from one and a half to two meters in height, and the surface winds are northwestern. Waves in the Red Sea will be moderate, ranging from one and a half meters to 2.25 meters in height, and surface winds are northwestern.

Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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