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The country of Egypt experiences many different types of weather. From the intense heat of

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The months of June, July and August are the hottest. During this time it is not uncommon for thermometers to pass 40C. December and January are the coldest months and considered the winter season. While by no means is rain common, unlike in the summer, during winter it will rain from time to time.

A defining feature of the weather in Egypt is the khamaseen. The khamaseen is a hot, dry and dusty wind that blows from the south and west, usually between March and May. The khamaseen can last several days and cause dust to block out the sun and leave a trail of fine sand everywhere!

Weather – gaw

I feel hot – Ana harranNice – lateef

I feel cold Ana bardaanHot – sokhn

Fan – marwaHaCold – bared

Air Conditioning – TakeyifRain – matara

Umbrella – ShamseyaWind – reyaH

Coat – baltoSand – ramlla

Winter scarf – kofeyyaDust – torab

Shorts – shortHumidity – rotoba

Sunglasses – naddara shams

Ice – Snow Talg

Sun block Kream – ded il shamsStorm – 3aseffa

Holiday – agazaSun – Shams

Trip – reHlaWinter – sheta Spring – Rabee3 Summer – Seef Fall -khareef



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