The climate in Egypt is generally moderate; it is mostly hot or warm during the day, and cool at night. In the coastal regions, daytime average temperatures range between a minimum 140C in winter and maximum 300C in summer. In deserts the temperatures vary considerably, especially in summer; when they may range from 7°C at night, to 52 °C during the day. While the winter temperatures in deserts do not fluctuate so wildly, they can be as low as 0 °C at night, and as high as 18 °C during the day. Egypt receives less than 80 mm of precipitation annually in most areas, although in the coastal areas it reaches 200 mm. It hardly ever rains during the summer.
Egypt has an hot arid desert climate (Köppen climate classification: BWh). It is hot or warm during the day, and cool at night. In the Northern coast of Egypt, as long as too close to the coast, daytime temperatures range between a minimum average of 9.5 °C (49.1 °F) at night in winter and a maximum average of 30 °C (86 °F) at day in summer. In desert regions the temperature varies greatly, especially in summer; it may range from 7 °C (44.6 °F) at night, to 40 °C (104.0 °F) during the day. While the winter temperature in deserts does not fluctuate as wildly, it can be as low as 0 °C (32 °F) at night, and as high as 18 °C (64.4 °F) during the day. Hot and dry Khamsin winds blow in the Nile Delta region. Egypt receives less than 80 mm (3.15 in) of precipitation annually in most areas, although in the coastal areas it reaches 200 mm. It hardly ever rains during the summer.
desert; hot, dry summers with moderate winters
Egypt generally experiences generally extreme climate due to the presence of desert. The Summer Season in Egypt is exceptionally hot and dry during the months of May to August. The average temperature during summers in the south can rise up to 41oC and around 35oC in the north. The Spring Season experiences temperate climatic conditions accompanied by dust storms. The Winter Season bring with...
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