Egypt’s Meteorological Authority expects unstable weather conditions across the country over the next three days until Tuesday, alongside an ongoing heat wave.
The authority predicts hot and humid weather in Cairo and the Nile Delta governorates on Sunday and Monday.
According to its latest predictions, the authority notes that an active and moderate wind is expected to occur in Cairo and the Nile Delta governorates, whilst the North Coast will see moderate winds and mist in the morning.
The weather is set to be very hot in South Sinai with moderate winds, while the humidity is expected to be high in Cairo and North Egypt.
The governorates of Upper Egypt will witness very hot weather with moderate winds amid expectations of moderate rainfall. Thunderstorms are expected in some areas of South Sinai and Red Sea mountains, as well as light to moderate thunderstorms expected in Upper Egypt.
At night, the authority expects fine weather across most of Egypt, whilst the southern area of Upper Egypt will witness moderate weather.
Following the authority’s statement, Minya Governor Osama Al-Kady announced a state of emergency to face any expected heavy rains.