According to satellite images, the change in temperature is due to the eruption of an air mass from the south of the Arabian Peninsula, specialists said.
The hottest days will be Tuesday and Wednesday, with peaks around 36 degrees Celsius in Cairo and 38 in the south of the country, accompanied by suspended dust and sand.
However, forecasts indicate that from Friday onwards the values will drop considerably to four to six degrees in the evening, with possible gusts of wind.
Since the beginning of spring, weather conditions drastically change in Egypt, leading to respiratory diseases.
The meteorological authorities recommend the population dressing appropriately, as well as taking all necessary precautions to mitigate the effects of the unstable weather and the expected maritime disturbances.