Arab weather - large parts of the Mediterranean basin are still affected by a stressful heat wave that continues to be affected for many days, as a series of cold air masses descends west of the European continent, which is reflected in the intensification of the upper air rise latent over the region, as hot air flows from the island The Arab and African Sahara towards the region, which ensures the continuation of the heat wave control over the Republic with its intensification in the coming days.
In the details, the Republic is increasingly affected by a heat wave caused by a rush of a hot air mass from the Arabian Peninsula and another from the African desert, so that the weather turns to become very hot in the noon and afternoon hours in most areas and temperatures are around 40 degrees Celsius in many villages and cities The Egyptian capital , including Cairo , and the weather is very hot throughout the day in the southern regions, where temperatures touch 45 degrees Celsius.
In conjunction with this atmosphere, semi-tropical currents flow towards the southern parts, which leads to the appearance of clouds at high and medium altitudes in the south of the Republic, especially during the afternoon and evening hours. These clouds may be accompanied by local showers of rain in the far southern coastal areas.
As for the night hours, warm weather prevails in the northern regions, and relatively hot in the rest of the regions, and clouds appear at different heights and the opportunity is ripe for showers of rain accompanied by thunder in parts of the far southern coastal regions, which may extend to the southern interior regions to a limited extent, as well as rising Humidity ratios and water mist is formed in parts of North Sinai, Lower Egypt and Matrouh, it may extend to some coastal areas.