The Meteorological Authority issued a special warning a short while ago to the cities of the Mediterranean, over the next two days, Tuesday and Wednesday, and the meteorologists warned of wind activity, which ranges from 25 to 33 knots, which leads to disruption of maritime traffic, waves height of 4.5 meters, and rain Prolific.
The meteorology also warned the activity of the southwest wind, which will turn to northwest during the next two days, Tuesday and Wednesday, and the intensity of rainfall varies on January 19 and 20, and will be heavy to moderate and light in some areas.
According to the Meteorological Authority today and tomorrow, the areas of rain falling came as follows:
Light to moderate rain in Greater Cairo and at intermittent periods, and 50% rain on the lake, Kafr El Sheikh, Dakahlia, Gharbia, Menoufia and Sharkia, and heavy on Salloum, Matrouh, Alexandria, Rashid, Baltim, Damietta, Port Said, Arish and Rafah, with wind activity on Lower Egypt, Cairo, the cities of Qanah, North Upper Egypt and Central Sinai.
On Wednesday, the rains will be heavy on the northern coastal areas, by 30% in Greater Cairo, and by 50% in some areas of Lower Egypt, with wind activity in Lower Egypt, Cairo, the cities of Canal, North Upper Egypt and Central Sinai, according to a report Meteorology next one.
Source: مصر فايف by misr5.com.
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