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Auckland  18/23 
mostly sunny
Beijing  5/25 
mostly cloudy
thunderstorms
Brasilia  19/30 
thunderstorms
Buenos Aires  14/21 
mostly sunny
Cape Town  18/26 
thunderstorms
Lagos  23/32 
mostly cloudy
London  7/13 
Los Angeles  13/22 
mostly cloudy
mostly sunny
Mexico City  9/22 
rain
Moscow  2/
New Delhi  13/30 
mostly sunny
sunny
New York  1/
sunny
Singapore  24/35 
mostly cloudy
Tokyo  6/18 
sunny
Vancouver  5/15 
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Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Mostly sunny 18 23 90% High
Beijing
Mostly cloudy 5 25 30% Moderate
Brasilia
Thunderstorms 19 30 90% High
Buenos Aires
Thunderstorms 14 21 60% Moderate
Cape Town
Mostly sunny 18 26 30% Moderate
Lagos
Thunderstorms 23 32 60% Very High
London
Mostly cloudy 7 13 60% -
Los Angeles
Mostly cloudy 13 22 80% Moderate
Mexico City
Mostly sunny 9 22 20% Very High
Moscow
Rain 2 6 90% -
New Delhi
Mostly sunny 13 30 20% High
New York
Sunny 1 9 10% Moderate
Singapore
Sunny 24 35 10% -
Tokyo
Mostly cloudy 6 18 30% Moderate
Vancouver
Sunny 5 15 20% Moderate
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Weather News

Cyclone Trevor strengthens to category three as it nears Far North Queensland coast

12:20 EDT

The community of Lockhart River will go into lock down this afternoon as Severe Tropical Cyclone Trevor heads towards the Queensland coast, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.

Darwin's underground power project restarts but could take 30 years to finish

09:50 EDT

Waiting out a cyclone with the lights on may still be 30 years away for many Darwin residents, despite a decades-old program designed to protect its power supply being restarted.