Meteorology: Over the next 48 hours, there will be rain… and a drop in temperatures

Manar Ghanem, a member of the General Authority’s media center, said MeteorologyWeather forecast for rain in the next forty-eight hours, after the official start of winter last Wednesday.

Manar Ghanem said in a telephone interview on the “Al-Youm” program with the media, Dina Esmat, via the DMC channel, that the rain will be irregular in the north of the country, in Cairo and in the cities of Upper Egypt, and we will witness the multiplication of low clouds over the country, which is accompanied by rain.

And Manar Ghanem, a member of the General Authority’s media center, followed suit for meteorology Weather: “The rain we will see in the next 48 hours will be light and medium in the cities of the Canal and the Gulf of Suez, and by Sunday the rain will advance more towards the internal regions and will reach some areas of the governorates of Cairo”.

And he continued: “We have started to feel a decrease in temperatures during the day and night periods in the winter season, due to the multiplication of clouds that block the sun’s rays, which helps to feel a decrease in temperature.”

And he said that a decrease in temperatures will continue to be felt throughout the next week, provided that there is a drop in temperatures during the night and in the late periods, when the temperature is between 13 and 15 degrees Celsius.

Separate areas of Cairo and Giza are seeing rainfall of varying intensity, in addition to the proliferation of low to medium cloud in separate areas in the north, accompanied by rainfall, and continuation of light rain opportunities in separate areas of northern Upper Egypt.

We are also seeing Autumn weather in Cairo, Lower Egypt and Northern Upper Egypt, temperate in the South. The weather will be cold at the start of the night, cold at the end in most parts, and there will be chances of average rainfall the northern coasts and Lower Egypt by 50% and light to moderate rains on the Canal, the Gulf of Suez and the Sinai by 30%.

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