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Auckland  14/21 
showers
Beijing  -6/
sunny
thunderstorms
Brasilia  19/23 
increasing sunshine
Buenos Aires  7/27 
mostly cloudy
Cape Town  18/28 
thunderstorms
Lagos  25/35 
mostly cloudy
London  8/10 
Los Angeles  12/19 
sunny
sunny
Mexico City  8/24 
mostly cloudy
Moscow  -10/-7 
New Delhi  8/23 
fog then sunny
rain
New York  1/
possible thunderstorm
Singapore  25/32 
drizzle
Tokyo  8/14 
sunny
Vancouver  -11/-3 
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Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Showers 14 21 30% Extreme
Beijing
Sunny -6 2 5% -
Brasilia
Thunderstorms 19 23 60% Moderate
Buenos Aires
Increasing sunshine 7 27 10% Very High
Cape Town
Mostly cloudy 18 28 20% Very High
Lagos
Thunderstorms 25 35 40% Moderate
London
Mostly cloudy 8 10 50% -
Los Angeles
Sunny 12 19 90% -
Mexico City
Sunny 8 24 5% Moderate
Moscow
Mostly cloudy -10 -7 20% -
New Delhi
Fog then sunny 8 23 5% Moderate
New York
Rain 1 6 40% -
Singapore
Possible thunderstorm 25 32 40% Moderate
Tokyo
Drizzle 8 14 90% -
Vancouver
Sunny -11 -3 20% -
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Weather News

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13:00 EDT

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12:59 EDT

Sydney is getting set for a scorching January, with a warm-up early next week.

Climate change means workdays need to change during heatwaves, public health official warns

11:08 EDT

Workplace changes will be needed to deal with more severe heatwaves and other impacts of climate change, a public health official has warned.