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Auckland  19/25 
showers
Beijing  -6/
sunny
mostly sunny
Brasilia  18/30 
drizzle
Buenos Aires  21/33 
sunny
Cape Town  20/27 
mostly cloudy
Lagos  26/33 
mostly sunny
London  2/
Los Angeles  11/17 
showers
sunny
Mexico City  7/20 
snow
Moscow  -8/-5 
New Delhi  7/25 
fog then sunny
sunny
New York  -4/
thunderstorms
Singapore  24/33 
mostly cloudy
Tokyo  5/11 
showers
Vancouver  6/
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Weather Forecasts for Friday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Showers 19 25 40% Extreme
Beijing
Sunny -6 7 5% -
Brasilia
Mostly sunny 18 30 40% Very High
Buenos Aires
Drizzle 21 33 5% High
Cape Town
Sunny 20 27 10% High
Lagos
Mostly cloudy 26 33 5% High
London
Mostly sunny 2 6 20% -
Los Angeles
Showers 11 17 5% -
Mexico City
Sunny 7 20 5% Moderate
Moscow
Snow -8 -5 40% -
New Delhi
Fog then sunny 7 25 5% Moderate
New York
Sunny -4 4 10% -
Singapore
Thunderstorms 24 33 - -
Tokyo
Mostly cloudy 5 11 10% -
Vancouver
Showers 6 7 60% -
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Weather News

Victoria sweats through heatwave as bushfires ease

06:30 EDT

Victorians are being warned there will be no respite from Thursday's heat as temperatures are expected to rise above 40 degrees Celsius again on Friday.

Weekend heatwave in NSW puts firefighters on high alert

06:02 EDT

A total fire ban has been declared for eastern and northern parts of New South Wales as firefighters brace for hot and windy conditions.

Four days of intense heat in western Sydney

17:28 EDT

Parts of western Sydney could experience their hottest four-day spell in more than 20 years between Friday and Monday.