Egypt | Weather forecast during the first week of the holy month of Ramadan

2024-03-07 2024-03-07T00:00:15Z
مهند فاخوري
مهند فاخوري
كاتب مُحتوى جوّي

Arabia Weather - The latest updates and data received from us in the weather forecast section at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that the expected weather condition during the first week of the holy month of Ramadan, i.e. in the period between 12-18 March 2024, will lead to a significant rise in temperatures. About their general rates for this time of the year during the first days of the holy month.

 

In details, the holy month of Ramadan may begin on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, accompanied by a clear rise in temperatures during Tuesdays and Wednesdays (March 12-13, 2024), reaching around 30 degrees Celsius in the capital, Cairo, and the weather will be pleasant on the coast. In the north, it is hot in the areas of Cairo and Lower Egypt, and hot in the rest of the regions.

 

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday (14-15-16) - March 2024 , forecasts indicate that temperatures will drop in the capital to reach around 25 degrees Celsius as a result of a relatively cold air mass approaching from the north of the Republic, so that the weather will be pleasant on the northern coast, and moderate in Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt, while it is hot in the rest of the regions.

 

On Sunday and Monday (17-18) - March - 2024 , it is expected that there will be a further drop in temperatures, especially in the north, so that the weather in the north will be pleasant and moderate in the rest of the regions.

 

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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