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Red Sea

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    Red Sea weather July

    What’s the weather like in Red Sea in July?

    The Red Sea weather in July is the hottest all year around popular resorts like El Gouna and Hurghada. The temperature’s usually over 30°C and you’ll have no rain and bags of glorious sunshine. This region’s the most popular in Egypt for people wanting to relax, swim in the sea and sunbathe.

    Geographical influences

    Resorts such as El Gouna, Hurghada and Makadi Bay are along the east coast of Egypt, with the calm waters of the Red Sea lapping at their sandy beaches. Sharm El Sheikh is towards the north on the Sinai Peninsula, by the Gulf of Aqaba. These coastal hotspots all benefit from a cool sea breeze, which helps to keep temperatures slightly lower in the summer heat.


    The Red Sea’s bathed in sunshine in July, with an average of 13 hours each day. The sun usually rises just before 5am and finally disappears at around 7pm for most of the region. The average daytime high temperature’s over 35°C and this only drops to an average low of 28°C on rare cooler days. Rainfall is extremely rare in July, with just 1mm hitting the ground on average. The wind speed’s around 11mph and the humidity is 47%. The hot weather in Red Sea in July means you must take care in the sun because UV and heat levels are very high.

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