Fairfax Media Network

Ambodifotatra Weather

Africa map
mostly sunny
Algiers  15/25 
mostly sunny
Cairo  20/29 
mostly cloudy
Cape Town  9/21 
Casablanca  20/23 
mostly sunny
increasing sunshine
Harare  18/32 
thunderstorms
Johannesburg  16/26 
thunderstorms
Lagos  24/29 
showers
Nairobi  16/27 

Ambodifotatra Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Mostly sunny 25 28
Fri
Mostly sunny 24 27
Sat
Mostly sunny 25 27
Sun
Mostly sunny 25 27
Select a country     Select a city

Madagascar Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ambodifotatra
Mostly sunny 25 27 10% Very High
Analalava
Mostly sunny 23 34 10% Very High
Andapa
Mostly cloudy 17 29 20% Very High
Andoany
Mostly sunny 26 30 10% Very High
Antalaha
Mostly sunny 22 29 10% Very High
Antananarivo
Sunny 14 28 5% Very High
Antsirabe
Increasing sunshine 10 27 10% Very High
Antsiranana
Cloud increasing 23 31 20% High
Besalampy
Thunderstorms clearing 25 37 40% Very High
Farafangana
Sunny 24 29 5% Very High
Fianarantsoa
Increasing sunshine 15 28 10% Very High
Mahanoro
Sunny 23 29 5% Very High
Maintirano
Increasing sunshine 26 36 10% High
Majunga
Sunny 24 36 5% Very High
Mananjary
Sunny 24 29 5% Very High
Morombe
Sunny 25 32 5% Very High
Morondava
Sunny 24 32 5% Very High
Ranohira
Sunny 19 37 5% Very High
Sambava
Late shower 22 28 40% High
Toamasina
Mostly sunny 22 28 10% Very High
Tolanaro
Sunny 24 32 5% High
Toliara
Sunny 21 36 5% Very High
Vohemar
Late shower 24 29 40% High
Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Missing trawler men 'may still be alive', survivor's wife says

20:57 EDT

The wife of the only man rescued from a trawler that sank off central Queensland on Monday night says she remains hopeful six other men still missing will be found alive.

Rain eases over north Queensland, prompting BOM to cancel severe weather warning

18:41 EDT

Rain is finally easing in northern and central Queensland after coastal areas north of Hervey Bay copped a battering, cutting the Bruce Highway and leaving several towns stranded.

Millions of dollars worth of crops lost as second deluge batters Bundaberg

17:49 EDT

Farmers in Queensland say they've lost millions of dollars worth of crops in the second heavy rainfall event in as many weeks.