What’s the weather like in Red Sea in March?
March is a great time to visit the exclusive resorts along Egypt’s famous Red Sea coast. The Red Sea weather in March is always very warm with bags of sunshine and hardly a drop of rain. The main summer crowds haven’t arrived but the Mediterranean-like climate means you’ll have a fantastic time.
The crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea are to the east of Egypt. This superb stretch of coastline has lots of fantastic resorts along its sandy shores. On the northern Sinai Peninsula there’s Sharm El Sheikh, or the popular beachside spots of El Gouna, Hurghada and Makadi Bay. These locations all enjoy a refreshing sea breeze which inland cities like Cairo and Luxor don’t benefit from.
This part of Egypt’s glorious coastline, which is also known as the Red Sea Riviera, is famous for bright sunshine all year round. The weather in Red Sea in March lets you enjoy an average of ten hours each day, with the sun not setting until 6pm at the end of the month. The average high temperature’s an incredible 30°C, which may drop to around 22°C on the occasional cool and cloudy days in March. At 22°C the sea’s perfect for a refreshing splash or some fun water sports. There’s no need to worry about rainfall around the Red Sea resorts in March and you’ll be very surprised to see any wet weather. The wind speed’s low to moderate here in March, at just 10mph, and the heat and UV levels are quite high too. The humidity will measure around 55%.