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Beijing  1/
sunny
sunny
Colombo  25/31 
mostly sunny
Dhaka  20/31 
drizzle
Hong Kong  23/25 
Kathmandu  7/23 
sunny
Male  28/31 
mostly sunny
mostly cloudy
Seoul  6/11 
drizzle
Shanghai  14/18 
sunny
Tokyo  10/18 

Akita Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Rain developing 5 12
Sat
Rain clearing 4 10
Sun
Possible shower 3 9
Mon
Possible shower 4 8
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Japan Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Akita
Rain developing 5 12 50% -
Aomori
Rain developing 4 11 50% -
Fuji
Mostly sunny 1 12 10% Moderate
Fukui
Mostly sunny 5 17 10% Moderate
Fukuoka
Showers 7 16 50% Moderate
Hiroshima
Late shower 7 17 40% Moderate
Izumo
Mostly cloudy 6 18 20% Moderate
Kochi
Late shower 8 18 40% Moderate
Kushiro
Late shower 0 10 40% -
Kyushu
Late shower 11 16 40% Moderate
Miyazaki
Rain developing 12 19 50% Moderate
Nagasaki
Rain 9 16 60% -
Nagoya
Mostly sunny 7 17 10% Moderate
Naha
Mostly cloudy 21 25 60% Moderate
Niigata
Mostly cloudy 6 14 20% Moderate
Osaka
Mostly cloudy 10 19 40% Moderate
Sapporo
Drizzle 5 12 60% -
Sendai
Mostly cloudy 6 15 20% Moderate
Tokyo
Sunny 10 18 10% Moderate
Tottori
Mostly sunny 9 17 10% Moderate
Toyama
Mostly cloudy 5 17 20% Moderate
Wakkanai
Rain 3 11 60% -
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