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Awassa Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Thunderstorms clearing 16 27
Thu
Thunderstorms 16 28
Fri
Thunderstorms 16 26
Sat
Thunderstorms 15 27
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Ethiopia Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Addis Ababa
Late thunder 12 25 40% Very High
Arba Minch
Clearing shower 19 31 40% Very High
Asosa
Mostly cloudy 16 32 20% Very High
Awash
Late shower 21 34 40% Very High
Awassa
Thunderstorms clearing 16 27 40% Very High
Axum
Thunderstorms clearing 15 24 40% Very High
Bahir Dar
Mostly cloudy 16 27 20% Very High
Bako
Thunderstorms 14 17 60% Very High
Debre Marqos
Thunderstorms 13 21 60% Very High
Debre Zeyit
Mostly sunny 14 29 10% Very High
Dire Dawa
Late thunder 20 30 40% Very High
Ginir
Thunderstorms 14 24 60% Very High
Gode
Increasing sunshine 25 31 10% Very High
Gondar
Sunny 16 25 5% Very High
Gore
Thunderstorms clearing 15 26 40% Moderate
Jijiga
Late thunder 15 20 40% Very High
Jimma
Thunderstorms 15 28 60% Very High
Kebri Dahar
Mostly sunny 24 31 10% Very High
Kombolcha
Thunderstorms 13 24 60% Very High
Masslo
Late shower 17 28 40% Very High
Mek ele
Thunderstorms 16 22 60% Very High
Negele Boran
Thunderstorms 16 24 60% Very High
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Perth rainfall is higher than Melbourne, Hobart, London despite reputation for sunny beaches

10:32 EST

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Corals build 'cloud umbrellas' to help keep cool under blazing sun, study says

10:04 EST

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