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Chievres Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Cloud increasing 12 18
Sat
Rain developing 9 14
Sun
Increasing sunshine 6 16
Mon
Mostly cloudy 7 18
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Belgium Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Antwerp
Mostly cloudy 11 19 20% Moderate
Beauvechain
Mostly sunny 13 18 10% Moderate
Bertrix
Mostly cloudy 10 16 20% Moderate
Brasschaat
Mostly cloudy 11 19 20% Moderate
Brussels
Mostly sunny 12 19 20% Moderate
Charleroi
Mostly cloudy 12 18 20% Moderate
Chievres
Cloud increasing 12 18 20% Moderate
Diest
Mostly sunny 11 19 10% Moderate
Elsenborn
Mostly cloudy 8 16 20% Moderate
Florennes
Mostly cloudy 12 17 20% Moderate
Genk
Mostly sunny 12 20 10% Moderate
Ghent
Cloud increasing 12 19 20% -
Koksijde
Cloud increasing 11 15 20% Moderate
Liege
Mostly cloudy 13 19 20% Moderate
Munte
Cloud increasing 12 18 20% Moderate
Oostend
Cloud increasing 10 15 20% Moderate
Peer
Mostly cloudy 9 19 20% Moderate
Saint-Hubert
Mostly cloudy 9 16 20% Moderate
Sint-Truiden
Mostly cloudy 12 19 20% Moderate
Spa
Mostly cloudy 9 16 20% Moderate
Tienen
Mostly sunny 12 19 10% Moderate
Weelde
Increasing sunshine 11 20 10% Moderate
Zaventem
Mostly cloudy 12 18 20% Moderate
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Weather News

Cyclone Debbie: Airlie Beach and Proserpine locals pull together despite lack of power, water

10:02 EDT

Many parts of the Whitsunday coast in north Queensland are still without power and running water, several days after Cyclone Debbie tore through the region.

Cyclone Debbie: Evacuations in Gold Coast, Beaudesert, Beenleigh amid record floods

09:59 EDT

Thousands of residents in low-lying areas of the northern Gold Coast, Beaudesert, Beenleigh have been asked to evacuate, after torrential rain from the remnants of Cyclone Debbie inundated their rivers.

NSW flooding: Lismore ordered to evacuate, Murwillumbah residents stuck on roofs

09:26 EDT

Murwillumbah area residents have sought refuge in the ceiling cavities and on the roofs of their houses, as emergency services are unable to dispatch boats due to safety risks.