Winter returned to Sharm el-Sheikh for a short time: last Sunday, May 7, the thermometer there dropped to +2 °C. Terrible by the standards of Egypt, the cold was recorded at popular attractions – at the monastery of St. Catherine and on Mount Moses. This was reported by El Watan News.
Unstable weather and a significant drop in temperature affected all the cities of South Sinai, from Taba to Ras Sidra, but it was on Mount St. the minimum figure is near zero temperature. It was a little warmer on Mount Moses – about +5 °C, and in the vicinity of the monastery of St. Catherine – only +9 °C. Note that Mount St. Catherine and Mount Moses are located next to the monastery of the saint and are the most popular tourist attractions in Sinai. This is one of the most interesting excursion sites in Egypt, associated with the history of early Christianity. At the same time, in Dahab, the bar was at +22 °C, in Taba – about +19 °C, and in Nuweiba – about +22 °C.
However, despite the unusually cold weather, Sharm el-Sheikh and other resorts continue to receive tourists from all over the world.
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