The climate varies from the coastal regions to the inland deserts. Coastal regions average a maximum of 30 degrees celsius (86F) in the summer. Inland deserts can reach up to 43 (almost 110F) degrees celsius during the summer.
The answer to this questions depends on the location within Egypt. The travel website Lonely Planet calls Egypt’s overall climate “hot and dry,” though it can get cold in the north in the winter months. The site estimates that maximum temperature in Aswan, Egypt’s southernmost city, can reach up to 50°C (122°F). On average, temperatures range between 20°C (68°F) and 26°C (80°F). From March to April, a dry, hot wind known as khamsin blows in from the Western Desert, turning the sky a dark, dusty orange.
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