What year did Egypt get snow?

What year did Egypt get snow?

In the early morning of Friday the 13th 2013, parts of Cairo witnessed the first snowfall in more than 100 years.

What is the coldest it gets in Egypt?

July is the hottest month in Cairo with an average temperature of 28°C (82°F) and the coldest is January at 13.5°C (56°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 14 in June.

How cold does Egypt get in winter?

Winters are mild and sunny, but nights are cool to cold, ranging from 7/8 °C (45/46 °F) in the central area (see Luxor) to 10/11 °C in the southern area (see Aswan), though the temperature in the coldest nights can approach freezing (0 °C or 32 °F).

Did it ever snow in the Sahara Desert?

Snow and ice accumulation in the northern Sahara is unusual, but not unprecedented. Tuesday’s dusting marks the fourth time in 42 years that Ain Sefra has seen snow, with previous occurrences in 1979, 2016 and 2018.

How much is the cost of living in Egypt?

Summary: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,347$ (21,153EG£) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 379$ (5,954EG£) without rent. Cost of living in Egypt is, on average, 58.68% lower than in United States.

How cold is winter in Egypt?

What’s the hottest it’s been in Egypt?

Well considering the hottest ever reorded temp in Egypt is 50.3 degrees C (122.54 Degrees F) in Kharga. And Luxor is 50 degrees. Here is a list of highest and lowest temps in Egypt.

Does Egypt ever snow?

Snow is a rare spectacle in Egypt. Most regions in Egypt experience warm but rainy winters; the mountainous areas are the only exception as they experience chilly temperatures and the occasional snowfall.

What is the coldest Egypt has ever been?

The highest recorded temperature in Cairo is 113.0°F (45°C), which was recorded in June. The lowest recorded temperature in Cairo is 32.0°F (0°C), which was recorded in January.

When did Israel get snow?

On December 13, 2013, 40–70 cm (16–28 in) of snow fell in Jerusalem and 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in the Kefar Etzion area. Warmer parts of Israel received heavy rains, causing floods. Although it was the Sabbath, the railway into Jerusalem ran for people stranded by blocked roads.

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