Egypt has usually no real rainy weather. Annually Egypt
usually doesn’t have a lot of rainfall. Rain occurs mostly
on the coastal regions.
The wettest part of Egypt is around
Alexandria, but it receives only around two hundred
millimeters per year. Alexandria has quite high humidity but
with the sea breeze, it keeps the weather comfortable.
capital city of Egypt, Cairo receives around one centimeter
of precipitation yearly but has high humidity which may go
up to seventy seven percent during summer period.
Sinai is one of part of the desert that receives more
rainfall than other desert parts of Egypt.