Written by Mahmoud Ragheb
Thursday, May 18, 2023 08:00 AM
The Meteorological Authority expects today, Thursday, to witness a drop in temperatures in most parts, with values ranging from 4: 5 degrees, to prevail in cold weather in the early morning, hot during the day in Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt and northern Upper Egypt, inclined to warmth on the northern coasts, very hot. In the south of Sinai and the south of the country, gentle at the beginning of the night, cold in the end in the north of the country to Greater Cairo, moderate in the south of Sinai and the south of the country.
Tomorrow, it is expected that a water mist will witness in the morning on some roads leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, the northern coasts, the Canal cities, central Sinai and northern Upper Egypt, with wind activity all over the Republic.
As for the temperatures, tomorrow, Thursday: Cairo will have highs of 30 degrees, lows of 18 degrees, Alexandria highs of 24 and lows of 16, Matrouh highs of 23 and lows of 18, Sohag will have highs of 34 and lows of 21, Qena highs of 38 and lows of 22, and Aswan of highs of 42 degrees. And the lowest is 24 degrees.
The winter season ended on Monday, March 20, 2023 AD, corresponding to Shaaban 28, 1444 AH, at 23:26, and the spring season began minutes before the end of Monday, March 20, and its length: 92 days, 17 hours, and 13 minutes.
After the spring equinox, the apparent movement of the sun continues towards the north of the equator gradually, and the tendency of the sun’s rays continues to increase, so the day length gradually increases and the night length decreases, while the opposite occurs in the southern hemisphere until the sun’s rays become completely perpendicular to the Tropic of Cancer (23.5) degrees north. Around the 21st of June (the summer solstice), summer occurs in the northern hemisphere, and winter occurs in the southern hemisphere, and the conditions of the globe become during the summer solstice.
To explain the reason for the occurrence of the four seasons, it comes as a result of the presence of the sun in an apparent orbit relative to the stars of the celestial background that appear fixed in the sky. Then fall.”