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Meteorology: Temperatures continue to rise in all parts of the country, reaching 37 degrees

Written by Mahmoud Ragheb

Wed, 03 May 2023 09:46 AM

revealed General Meteorological CommissionThe latest satellite images indicate a gradual increase in temperature in all regions, resulting in warmer weather in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northwestern coasts, southern Sinai, and northern Upper Egypt, while hot and very hot in the northeastern coasts. In southern Upper Egypt.

The Meteorological Department has also warned that: Cold weather will prevail in most areas during morning and night hours.

He pointed out that the temperature expected today in Greater Cairo and Lower Egypt will be 31 degrees Celsius, Northern coasts 30 degrees Celsius, South Sinai 33 degrees Celsius, Northern Upper Egypt 35 degrees Celsius and Southern Upper Egypt 35 degrees Celsius. 37 degrees Celsius.

Today, Wednesday, temperatures rise in all areas, resulting in cold weather in the morning, hot during the day in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, northwestern coasts and southern Sinai, hot in northeastern coasts, very hot in southern Upper Egypt, cold in most areas.

Today, some roads leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, northern coasts, canal cities, central Sinai and northern Upper Egypt are expected to see water fog in the morning and wind activity in most areas. Republic.

In terms of temperature, today is Wednesday: Cairo, high 31 degrees and low 18 degrees, Alexandria high 30 degrees and low 18 degrees, Matrouh high 28 degrees and low 18 degrees, Sohag high 35 degrees and low 18 degrees, Qena high 36 degrees and low 19 degrees , Aswan with a maximum of 37 degrees. At least 20 degrees.

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Winter ended at 23:26 on Monday, Shaban 28, 1444 Hijri 2023, and spring began a few minutes before the end on Monday, March 20, with a length of: 92 days, 17 hours, and 13 minutes.

After the vernal equinox, the Sun’s apparent motion continues gradually north of the equator, and the course of the Sun’s rays continues to increase, so the length of the day gradually increases and the length of the night decreases. The opposite occurs in the Southern Hemisphere until the Sun’s rays become completely perpendicular north of the Tropic of Cancer (23.5 degrees). On June 21 (summer solstice), summer occurs in the Northern Hemisphere, and winter occurs in the Southern Hemisphere. Hemisphere, and Earth’s conditions change during the summer solstice.

This results from the sun’s apparent orbit relative to the stars of the celestial background, which appear fixed in the sky to explain the four seasons. And then fall.”