Major General Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai, confirmed to Al-Watan that temperatures continued to rise in most of the governorate’s cities today, Tuesday, as they reach 25 degrees Celsius during daytime, indicating that the city of Taba was exposed to Shaboura this morning, but it did not impede vision.
It is expected that the maximum temperature in Sharm El-Sheikh this morning will be 25 degrees Celsius, the humidity will be 55%, and the wind speed will be 10 kilometers per hour. It is a light north and northwest wind that does not affect the movement of cruises.
Mount Saint Catherine 3 minus
The weather in the city of St. Catherine has witnessed a significant improvement since the beginning of this week, as temperatures rise throughout the day, according to the statements of Major General Talaat Al-Anani, assistant to the head of the city, who indicated that St. Catherine recorded 4 degrees this morning and reached 17 Celsius at one in the afternoon, to return to decline with sunset.-
And he continued, that the summit of Mount Saint Catherine recorded a temperature of -3 degrees below zero, and Mount Moses -1 below zero, pointing out that the weather in general is moderate in the city throughout the day.--
Shaboura Ali Taba
The city of Taba, located at the end of the Gulf of Aqaba, recorded 14 degrees Celsius, and during the daytime it reaches 25 degrees Celsius, with light fog forming in most parts, and the humidity increased to reach 69%, and the winds are light north.
The city of Nuweiba recorded 14 degrees, Ras Sidr 13 degrees, and Mount Sinai 14 degrees.