Weather of Arabia - It is expected that the whole of the Republic of Egypt will be affected by a hot air mass in the coming days, which will be reflected by a further rise in temperatures to reach forty levels in many areas, this comes as a result of the expansion of the air-thermal depression from the east in conjunction with the control of the upper elevation over the region .
In the details, it is expected that the rush of very hot air currents coming from the desert of the Arabian Peninsula towards all regions of the Republic of Egypt will increase, so that temperatures tend to rise additionally in the coming days, so that they will be higher than their rates for this time of the year, and relatively hot weather prevails on the coasts. North, while it is very hot in the rest of the regions.
It is expected that the weather will be very hot, especially during the afternoon and afternoon hours in most areas, and temperatures will be around 40 degrees Celsius in many cities and governorates of Egypt, including the capital, Cairo, while exceeding that in the southern regions.
During the night hours, the weather is warm in the coastal areas and relatively hot in the rest of the regions, and humidity levels are high and water mist is formed on a daily basis in parts of the northern interior regions, which may extend to a limited extent towards the coastal areas.
In conjunction with the expected very hot weather, the northern winds are active, accompanied by strong gusts sometimes that stir up dust and dust in some areas, and it is expected that they will reduce the horizontal visibility in parts of the Gulf of Suez cities and southern regions, and the waves will be moderate in the Mediterranean and moderate to turbulent in the sea Red, which hinders some marine navigation activities, and this expected hot weather comes as a result of the control of the upper air altitude towards the region in conjunction with the extension of the seasonal low temperature to center over Egypt, which leads to an increase in temperatures in most areas.