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Auckland  14/24 
sunny
Beijing  -4/
mostly cloudy
thunderstorms
Brasilia  17/22 
mostly sunny
Buenos Aires  22/36 
sunny
Cape Town  14/27 
cloudy
Lagos  24/31 
mostly cloudy
London  2/
Los Angeles  12/26 
sunny
sunny
Mexico City  7/22 
mostly cloudy
Moscow  0/
New Delhi  9/24 
fog then sunny
mostly cloudy
New York  -5/
mostly cloudy
Singapore  24/34 
mostly sunny
Tokyo  1/
showers
Vancouver  4/
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Weather Forecasts for Friday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Sunny 14 24 10% Extreme
Beijing
Mostly cloudy -4 4 10% -
Brasilia
Thunderstorms 17 22 50% Moderate
Buenos Aires
Mostly sunny 22 36 10% Very High
Cape Town
Sunny 14 27 5% Very High
Lagos
Cloudy 24 31 20% Moderate
London
Mostly cloudy 2 5 40% -
Los Angeles
Sunny 12 26 10% -
Mexico City
Sunny 7 22 5% Moderate
Moscow
Mostly cloudy 0 1 20% -
New Delhi
Fog then sunny 9 24 20% Moderate
New York
Mostly cloudy -5 0 20% -
Singapore
Mostly cloudy 24 34 60% -
Tokyo
Mostly sunny 1 9 10% -
Vancouver
Showers 4 6 40% -
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Weather News

Sydney weather: Temperatures forecast to push past 40C in western parts of the city

06:46 EDT

Temperatures in Sydney's west are expected to soar above 40 degrees Celsius today, while the city's east should be spared thanks to a sea breeze.

What is a heatwave?

15:40 EDT

A large portion of Australia is being affected by heatwave conditions this week.

Beerwah macadamia and pineapple farmers in shock over storm damage

14:26 EDT

Beerwah pineapple and macadamias farmers fear it could take years to recover from a wild storm that slammed into their properties, battering crops and buildings with cyclonic winds and damaging hail.