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Temperatures rise in all areas today.. Cairo recorded a high of 28 degrees

Written by Mahmoud Ragheb

Tuesday, 02 May 2023 08:00 AM

can be expected Bureau of Meteorology Today, Tuesday, will see a rise in temperature in all areas, resulting in cold weather in the morning, hot in the afternoon in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and the northwestern coasts, hot in the northeastern coasts, hot in South Sinai and southern Upper Egypt, cold in most areas.

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

AndTemperatures Today, Tuesday, Cairo has a maximum of 28 degrees and a minimum of 18 degrees, Alexandria a maximum of 27 degrees and a minimum of 16 degrees, Matrouh a maximum of 26 degrees and a minimum of 16 degrees, Sohag a maximum of 33 degrees and a minimum of 17 degrees, Qena a maximum of 34 degrees and a minimum of 18 degrees, Aswan a maximum 35 and a minimum of 20 degrees.

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 northward of the equator, and the course of the Sun’s rays continues to increase, so the length of day gradually increases and the length of night decreases, while the opposite occurs. Until the Sun’s rays become completely vertical in the Southern Hemisphere (23.5) degrees north on June 21 (summer solstice), summer occurs in the Northern Hemisphere, winter occurs in the Southern Hemisphere, and the conditions become those of the Earth’s summer solstice.

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