Climate in Egypt
Although different regions witness different patterns of climate, all of Egypt has an arid desert climate, and it is usually hot and sunny, and there is also a small area of the Mediterranean Sea climate on the northern coast, and the climate of the Red Sea coast. As part of the Northern Hemisphere, seasons in Egypt follow the same pattern as in Europe and North America, where the winter season is between the months of November and January, and the summer season between June and August.
Winter in Egypt is generally moderate, although temperatures can drop 10 ° C at night. In the Western Desert, temperatures drop as standard and freezing during the winter months, and most regions have little rainfall regardless of the season, but Cairo and the Nile Delta regions only experience a few rainy days during the winter season.
As for the summer, it is unbearably hot, especially in the desert and other interior regions of the country, and the famous tourist destination on Aswan reaches the banks of the Nile, more than 51 degrees Celsius, and the temperatures in the summer season remain high on the coast but can be tolerated thanks to the breezes of the sea .
The weather is moderate in spring and autumn.