Throughout the year, days are commonly warm or hot, and nights are cool.
Egypt and Middle East has only two seasons:
- A mild winter from November to April.
- A hot summer from May to September.
Rainfall is confined to few days in the year all through Egypt.
If you are traveling between March and May you might encounter the “Khamaseen” literally the fifties wind which blows from the south and carries dust particles that cause temperature to raise to 100°F (38°C) in the desert.
Temperature averages between 80 and 90°F (27 – 32°C) in summer and between 55 and 70°F (13 to 21°C) in winter. However, on the Red sea coast and southern Egypt temperature is a little higher to reach 109°F (42°C) in summer.