CAIRO – Meteorological experts said that Egypt will witness an active sandstorm Sunday, while the temperature will continue to decline with Cairo recording lows of 8 degrees celsius.
The unstable weather will cause a decline in visibility and a disorder at maritime navigation on the Mediterranean and Red Sea.
Weather forecast experts also indicated an obvious declination in temperature degrees on the northern parts of the country extending to southern Upper Egypt. Besides, a very cold weather accompanied by rains will be witnessed in the Center Sinai and the northern of Upper Egypt.
Low and moderate clouds are condensed on the northern parts of the country; accompanied by heavy rainfall on the North coasts.
The expected temperature degree on Sunday comes as follows:
Cairo will record highs of 15 degrees celsius and lows of 8 degrees celsius, Alexandria will record highs of 15 degrees celsius and lows of 6 degrees celsius, Marsa Matrouh will record highs of 16 degrees celsius and lows of 6 degrees celsius, Sohag will record see highs of 16 degrees celsius and lows of 8 degrees celsius, Qena will see highs 17 degrees celsius and lows 8 degrees celsius, Aswan will see highs of 20 degrees celsius and lows of 9 degrees celsius and Saint Catherine will see highs of 12 degrees celsius and lows 4 degrees celsius.
Moreover, the Egyptian Meteorological Authority warned of unstable weather over the coming 72 hours on the Mediterranean.