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Eldoret Weather

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late shower
Algiers  11/21 
mostly sunny
Cairo  14/23 
mostly sunny
Cape Town  14/22 
Casablanca  15/19 
mostly cloudy
sunny
Harare  9/26 
sunny
Johannesburg  11/32 
thunderstorms
Lagos  24/34 
showers
Nairobi  14/26 

Eldoret Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Sunny 13 26
Sat
Cloudy 15 25
Sun
Sunny 13 26
Mon
Cloudy 13 26
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Kenya Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Eldoret
Cloudy 15 25 20% Very High
Embu
Mostly sunny 17 28 10% Very High
Garissa
Increasing sunshine 25 37 10% Very High
Isiolo
Mostly sunny 18 30 10% Very High
Kakamega
Increasing sunshine 17 27 10% Very High
Kericho
Cloud increasing 15 25 20% Very High
Kisii
Late shower 16 24 40% Very High
Kisumu
Increasing sunshine 19 30 10% Very High
Kitale
Increasing sunshine 13 27 10% Very High
Lamu
Late thunder 26 33 40% Very High
Lodwar
Sunny 26 37 5% Very High
Makindu
Showers 20 30 50% Very High
Mandera
Mostly sunny 27 37 10% Very High
Marsabit
Mostly sunny 21 29 10% Very High
Meru
Cloud increasing 13 25 20% Very High
Mombasa
Mostly sunny 27 33 10% Very High
Moyale
Cloudy 18 30 20% Very High
Nairobi
Showers 14 26 10% Very High
Nakuru
Cloudy 14 27 20% Very High
Nanyuki
Sunny 10 26 5% Very High
Narok
Increasing sunshine 13 26 10% Very High
Nyeri
Cloudy 12 26 20% Very High
Voi
Increasing sunshine 22 33 10% Very High
Wajir
Mostly sunny 25 36 10% Very High
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Weather News

Cyclone Debbie: Brisbane drenched as system moves through south-east Queensland

17:33 EDT

Dark skies have closed in on Brisbane and the remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie are being felt along the south-east coast.

Cyclone Debbie: Queensland's big wet brings widespread flooding to north and south

17:31 EDT

Heavy rain is wreaking havoc across Queensland today as the remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie move through the south-east.

Brisbane weather: South-east Queensland hit with flooding from ex-Cyclone Debbie

17:29 EDT

Parts of south-east Queensland have been hit with more than 400 millimetres of rain, stranding people in flash flooding and causing a second day of school closures on Friday.