What’s the weather like in Egypt in July?
In the summertime, the north African country of Egypt is very hot and dry, making it the perfect destination at this time of year if you love the sun. From the resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada to the capital Cairo, the whole of Egypt experiences intense heat and clear blue skies in July, while low humidity will help you feel more comfortable when you’re out and about.
In the Red Sea resorts, daytime average temperatures are a sweltering 33°C, making July the hottest month of the year. With highs of 38°C you’ll need to seek shade in the hottest part of the day and regularly apply high factor sun cream. At night the temperature dips slightly to 27°C, so air conditioning is a must. In Cairo temperatures are slightly cooler with highs of 34°C and lows of 22°C. Wherever you visit in July, the whole of Egypt has 13 hours of sunshine each day, with warm seas of 27°C.