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  • Wind
    Wind in Egypt is often absent or weak. Hot spring wind that blows across the country is locally known as the "Khamsin". It is phenomenon of Egypt's climate. It usually arrives in April but occasionally occurs in March and May. It usually lasts for a few days, and it has limited influence on working daily life.
  • Rainfall
    Winter cyclonic disturbances moving eastwards along the Mediterranean Sea bring some significant rainfall, only along the northern coastal strip.
  • Humidity
    Cairo reports humidity as high as 77 percent during the summer. While during the rest of the year, humidity is low. Alexandria experiences relatively high humidity, but sea breeze helps maintaining the moisture down to a comfortable level.
  • Summer
    Summer at the Egyptian Coasts On the Mediterranean coast, Summer is long, muggy and sunny, and records high temperature around 30 °C (86 °F), that is tempered by sea breezes. The humidity is high especially in the delta of the Nile River.
  • Winter
    Winter at the Egyptian Coasts On the Mediterranean coast, winter is very mild, and feels like spring: reports high temperature around 18/19 °C (64/66 °F), and low temperature around 9/10 °C (48/50 °F). Although this is the only period of the year with records of weak or moderate rainfall.
  • Season by Season
    Season by Season
    Egyptian Climate Climate in Egypt is usually classified by two main distinguished seasons; summer which is normally dry and hot and extends for around 4 months from May until October. While winter is usually accompanied by moderate low rainfall, which increases at coastal areas, starting from November and lasts for about 6 months until
  • Sunny Weather
    Introduction If you want to get an idea about what to pack in your suitcase, we suggest checking the weather forecast. Although Egyptian climate is generally pleasant all year round, it sounds logic to say that the clothes you need will vary depending on the time of year and whether at the destination you are visiting.