Egypt | The intense heat wave continues...again, temperatures approaching 50 degrees Celsius in and around Aswan in the coming days

2024-06-14 2024-06-14T12:40:05Z
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Arabia Weather - Weather forecasters at the Arabia Weather Center said that the latest computer simulation outputs indicate the continuation of the upper air pressure over the skies of North Africa and Egypt, causing the continued effect of the heat dome phenomenon, which causes the intense heat wave over the Republic of Egypt on Saturday, before it begins to gradually decline starting from On Sunday, but most eyes are on the southern regions, which may record 50 degrees Celsius again in the coming days.

 

Arab weather specialists: The heat wave will continue intensely on Saturday, with temperatures higher than normal by more than 10 degrees Celsius

 

In detail, weather forecasters at the Arab Weather Center said that the heat wave affecting Egypt will continue at an intense pace on Saturday, as temperatures continue to be higher than their normal levels for this time of year by more than 10 degrees Celsius, and the weather will be relatively hot in the northern coastal areas, but Extremely hot from the north of Lower Cairo all the way to the rest of the regions, and the winds are northerly to northeasterly, brisk in the afternoon and during the afternoon, accompanied by strong gusts of up to approximately 60 km/hour that work to stir up sand and dust in several areas, God willing.

 

Computer simulation: scorching temperatures approaching 50 degrees Celsius in the southern regions and eyes on Aswan again.

According to computer simulation readings, especially those that show the temperature trajectory, most attention is once again directed to the southern desert regions, especially Aswan and its environs, which will face scorching winds that will raise temperatures to nearly 50 degrees Celsius again in those regions amidst scorching heat. As for In the rest of the regions, temperatures are expected to exceed the mid-forties, including northern Lower Egypt and neighborhoods of Greater Cairo.

The heat wave recedes in the north on the first day of Eid al-Adha, but its scorching center continues in the south

 

It is expected, God willing, that the blazing center of the heat wave will begin to gradually withdraw with the days of Eid al-Adha (Sunday and Monday) from the northern regions. Thus, temperatures will tend to be between the end of the thirties and the beginning of the forties Celsius in the northern regions, including Greater Cairo, and thus they will be higher than their usual averages of -6. 8 degrees Celsius amid relatively hot weather in the coastal cities and hot in the rest of the regions, while the hot center continues to be located in the south with temperatures continuing to be close to 50 and the weather will be fiery and exhausting, God willing.

 

We at the Arab Weather Center recommend that during the heat wave, pay attention to the following:

  • Avoid prolonged and direct exposure to sunlight
  • Drink sufficient amounts of fluids and moisturizers constantly
  • Do not leave compressed containers and any flammable materials inside closed vehicles under sunlight
  • Do not leave children inside closed vehicles, even for a short time
  • Be aware of the risk of increased levels of dust and its impact on patients with respiratory problems, respiratory problems, and horizontal vision
  • Wear loose, light-colored clothing and hats.

God knows.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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