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Auckland  20/24 
windy
Beijing  -1/10 
mostly cloudy
thunderstorms
Brasilia  19/29 
mostly cloudy
Buenos Aires  23/29 
mostly sunny
Cape Town  18/28 
mostly cloudy
Lagos  27/32 
sunny
London  6/15 
Los Angeles  5/15 
sunny
mostly sunny
Mexico City  7/24 
clearing shower
Moscow  -11/-9 
New Delhi  13/22 
mostly sunny
sunny
New York  2/
sunny
Singapore  25/34 
mostly cloudy
Tokyo  5/12 
snow
Vancouver  -1/
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Weather Forecasts for Friday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Windy 20 24 90% Very High
Beijing
Mostly cloudy -1 10 5% Moderate
Brasilia
Thunderstorms 19 29 90% Very High
Buenos Aires
Mostly cloudy 23 29 80% Moderate
Cape Town
Mostly sunny 18 28 10% High
Lagos
Mostly cloudy 27 32 80% High
London
Sunny 6 15 5% -
Los Angeles
Sunny 5 15 5% Moderate
Mexico City
Mostly sunny 7 24 5% High
Moscow
Clearing shower -11 -9 70% -
New Delhi
Mostly sunny 13 22 50% Moderate
New York
Sunny 2 7 10% Moderate
Singapore
Sunny 25 34 80% -
Tokyo
Mostly cloudy 5 12 90% Moderate
Vancouver
Snow -1 5 90% -
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Weather News

All eyes on Tropical Cyclone Oma

11:36 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Oma is quickly becoming one of the most talked about cyclones of the season.

Cyclone Oma threatens Queensland's southern coastline after the same system inundated the state's north

11:18 EDT

The system which brought such devastating, a fortnight ago is refusing to go away.

UNICEF combines drought stories of country kids to warn of worsening rural stress

08:37 EDT

Children in drought-ravaged parts of Australia have described missing the colour green and having to kill malnourished animals before school, as part of a new project that also warns some country kids are near breaking point.