Meteorologists expect Friday to be very cold, being the peak of an unstable wave of weather.
Temperatures are predicted to decline significantly in most parts of the country.
Clouds will multiply across most parts of the country, and will be accompanied by heavy rain and thunderstorms in the north, Sinai and might extend to Cairo, Lower Egypt and north Upper Egypt.
Mist will affect visibility in the morning in Lower Egypt, Cairo and the Suez Canal cities. Northwesterly wind will be active in most of the country, increasing the feeling of the cold. The wind will disrupt navigation in both the Mediterranean and Red seas.
Waves in the Mediterranean Sea will range between three to four meters high. It will range between two to three meters high in the Red Sea. Surface wind is northwesterly in both seas.
Maximum and minimum temperatures expected on Friday in Cairo: 13/8 C, Alexandria: 13/10 C, Sharm el-Sheikh: 21/10 C, Hurghada: 22/8 C, Luxor: 22/6 C, and Aswan: 21/8 C.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm