Egypt : The Meteorological Authority warns of a heat wave hitting the country next week and reveals the date of its peak Egypt : The Meteorological Authority warns of a heat wave hitting the country next week and reveals the date of its peak

Egypt : The Meteorological Authority warns of a heat wave hitting the country next week and reveals the date of its peak

Egypt : The Meteorological Authority warns of a heat wave hitting the country next week and reveals the date of its peak

Manar Ghanem, a member of the media center of the Egyptian Meteorological Authority, warned about the weather conditions next week, as a heat wave hits the country.

In statements to the Cairo 24 website, Manar Ghanem explained that Egypt will witness a gradual rise in temperatures from today, Saturday, until next Thursday, as the average temperature on most days will be 40 degrees Celsius.

“Ghanem” continued: “The peak temperature rise will be on Monday and Tuesday, and the maximum temperature over Greater Cairo will record 40 degrees,” continuing: “The country is affected by an extension of the Indian seasonal low with very hot air masses passing through the Mediterranean Sea, and losing part of its temperature.” But it is loaded with water vapor, high temperatures, and high humidity levels, as a result of the presence of the Indian monsoon depression, which increases the feeling of high temperatures.”

The member of the General Meteorological Authority’s media center explained, saying: “The maximum temperature in Greater Cairo is 38, and the perceived temperature exceeds 40 degrees, and humidity levels exceed 80% in Greater Cairo and 90% in the coastal areas, and the weather during the day becomes very hot and humid in Lower Egypt, and hot and humid in the The northern coasts and the south of the country are very hot during the day, and at night temperatures rise throughout the week, with the lowest being between 26 to 28 degrees.

It indicated that there will be wind activity in the evening and night hours, which will increase the perception of lower temperatures and humidity levels, especially in large, open areas.

Ghanem warned citizens, saying: “It is necessary to avoid direct exposure to the sun’s rays during the afternoon period from 12 noon to 5 p.m., wear a head covering and light cotton clothes, be in well-ventilated places, and drink a large amount of fluids.”

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