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  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Fog then sunny 2 14
Thu
Sunny -1 19
Fri
Mostly sunny 3 21
Sat
Late shower 7 16
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Algeria Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Adrar
Sunny 14 28 5% High
Algiers
Sunny 6 24 5% Moderate
Annaba
Sunny 7 19 5% Moderate
Aoulef
Sunny 17 28 5% High
Batna
Sunny 0 19 5% Moderate
Bechar
Sunny 12 25 5% High
Bejaia
Sunny 8 20 5% Moderate
Biskra
Mostly sunny 11 23 10% Moderate
Bou Saada
Sunny 6 22 5% Moderate
Chlef
Sunny 8 26 5% Moderate
Constantine
Fog then sunny 2 18 10% Moderate
Djanet
Increasing sunshine 15 26 10% High
Djelfa
Sunny 2 20 5% Moderate
El Golea
Sunny 11 24 5% High
El Oued
Mostly sunny 10 22 10% Moderate
Ghardaia
Sunny 11 22 5% Moderate
Hassi Messaoud
Mostly sunny 11 24 10% High
Illizi
Mostly sunny 14 26 10% High
In Amenas
Mostly sunny 13 22 10% High
In Salah
Sunny 16 27 5% High
Jijel
Sunny 9 20 5% Moderate
Laghouat
Sunny 8 22 5% Moderate
Mascara
Sunny 5 27 5% Moderate
Mecheria
Sunny 6 22 5% High
Ouargla
Mostly sunny 12 24 10% Moderate
Setif
Sunny -1 19 5% Moderate
Skikda
Sunny 10 18 5% Moderate
Tamanrasset
Increasing sunshine 17 30 10% High
Tebessa
Fog then sunny 1 18 10% Moderate
Tiaret
Sunny 3 22 5% Moderate
Timimoun
Sunny 14 26 5% High
Tindouf
Sunny 17 32 5% High
Tlemcen
Mostly cloudy 7 26 20% Moderate
Touggourt
Mostly sunny 12 23 10% Moderate
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Weather News

Cyclone Debbie: Baby girl Billiana delivered 'safe and dry' at Whitsunday ambulance station

10:19 EDT

As wind and rain from Cyclone Debbie unleashed havoc on the north Queensland coast, one family welcomed their new daughter into the world.

Cyclone Debbie photographs capture trail of destruction left across north Queensland

10:05 EDT

Queenslanders have awoken to survey the full extent of Tropical Cyclone Debbie's destruction.

Hardy inland spangled perch make the most of heavy WA rains as desert creek beds turn to rivers

10:00 EDT

Finger-sized fish have appeared beside remote Western Australian roads after heavy rain in the northern Goldfields turned normally dusty plains into flooded rivers.