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Beauvechain Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Mostly cloudy 5 11
Mon
Possible shower 3 9
Tue
Frost then sunny 2 10
Wed
Mostly sunny 3 11
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Belgium Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Antwerp
Increasing sunshine 4 11 60% Moderate
Beauvechain
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Bertrix
Mostly cloudy 5 11 40% Moderate
Brasschaat
Increasing sunshine 4 11 60% Moderate
Brussels
Sunny 6 12 60% Moderate
Charleroi
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Chievres
Mostly cloudy 5 11 40% Moderate
Diest
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Elsenborn
Possible shower 5 9 60% Moderate
Florennes
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Genk
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Ghent
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Koksijde
Increasing sunshine 6 9 20% Moderate
Liege
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Munte
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Oostend
Increasing sunshine 6 9 20% Moderate
Peer
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Saint-Hubert
Mostly cloudy 4 10 40% Moderate
Sint-Truiden
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Spa
Mostly cloudy 5 9 60% Moderate
Tienen
Mostly cloudy 5 11 60% Moderate
Weelde
Increasing sunshine 3 11 60% Moderate
Zaventem
Increasing sunshine 5 11 60% Moderate
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Weather News

Northern Territory's Barkly region braces for Tropical Cyclone Trevor deluge

21:21 EDT

Skies were turning grey at Laura Farmer's place on Saturday afternoon, and in her line of work that's worth a photo.

Port Hedland could be in the eye of Cyclone Veronica for up to eight hours, authorities warn

20:59 EDT

Residents are being urged to brace for torrential rain, a damaging storm surge and destructive winds for 12 hours or more as Cyclone Veronica gains strength and edges slowly towards to the Pilbara coastline.

Cyclone Trevor's destructive eye slams Northern Territory coastline with 250kph winds

20:57 EDT

Severe Tropical Cyclone Trevor, a weather system almost the size of New South Wales, is expected to pummel parched inland regions with heavy rainfall tomorrow after slamming into the Northern Territory coast with wind gusts up to 250 kilometres per hour this morning.