Marsa alam: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 06:22
- Sunset 16:55
- Moonrise 03:28
- Moonset 14:50
|Temp feels like:||60°F (16°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 34m|
|Dew Point:||54°F (12°C)|
|Pressure:||30.04" (1017 hpa)|
Latest Marsa alam Holiday Reviews
My holiday in Marsa alam
Very sunny and hot.On the odd day the wind was a little strong . This prevented snorkeling....
Went in August weather was fantastic average of 31-33 every day Sea at shore line and about 100 yards out was like bat...
Weather Overview for Marsa alam
Marsa Alam has a hot and extremely arid climate. Its high temperatures are somewhat moderated by the waters of the
Summer, from April till October, is baking hot. The average high temperature climbs steadily from 30°C in April to a peak of 35°C in July and August, before sauntering back down to 32°C in October. Night time lows in the mid 20s, while relatively much cooler, are hard to handle. If you’re on a budget, it is highly unadvisable for air-conditioning to be a factor up for compromise. The sun beats down relentlessly. Luckily, Marsa Alam is right on the
Winter, from December till March, is milder and the best time to visit the area if you’re planning to lounge endlessly on the beach, though choppy waters and high winds are detrimental to diving conditions. The average high temperature drops to the mid 20s, dipping down to 23°C in January. Night times are refreshingly cool around 14°C. The sun remains out almost continuously and it stays dry. October is the resort’s wettest month and sees a staggering 3 mm of precipitation on average. Sandstorms rarely blow over from the desert regions of the country and the rest of
Marsa Alam Resort, Egypt.
Marsa Alam owes its climate to the Red Sea and to the Atlas Mountains which starve much of Northern Africa of rainfall. The resultant desert stretches over much of the continent. Low humidity results in insolation, the opposite of insulation, which can be observed in the huge difference in temperature from night to day. If it were not for the