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Chania Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Sunny 19 26
Sat
Sunny 18 26
Sun
Sunny 19 28
Mon
Mostly cloudy 20 29
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Greece Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Alexandroupoli
Showers 13 22 50% Moderate
Andravida
Mostly cloudy 16 26 20% High
Araxos
Mostly cloudy 14 26 20% High
Athens
Sunny 16 29 10% High
Chania
Sunny 19 26 5% High
Chios
Mostly sunny 17 25 10% High
Chrysoupoli
Cloud increasing 13 24 20% High
Corfu
Mostly cloudy 16 26 20% High
Elefsina
Mostly sunny 16 30 10% High
Ermoupoli
Sunny 17 23 5% High
Heraklion
Sunny 19 25 5% High
Kalamata
Increasing sunshine 12 27 10% High
Kardamena
Mostly sunny 18 24 10% High
Karpathos
Sunny 20 22 5% High
Kastoria
Mostly cloudy 8 24 20% High
Kefalonia
Mostly cloudy 18 25 20% High
Kithira
Mostly sunny 18 21 10% High
Kozani
Mostly sunny 9 24 10% High
Larissa
Mostly sunny 13 30 10% High
Maritsa
Mostly sunny 19 25 10% High
Mykonos
Mostly sunny 19 22 10% High
Myrina
Mostly sunny 14 24 10% High
Mytilini
Mostly sunny 16 26 10% High
Naxos
Mostly sunny 19 24 10% High
Nea Anchialos
Mostly sunny 13 29 10% High
Parikia
Sunny 19 23 5% High
Preveza
Mostly cloudy 15 25 20% High
Rhodes
Mostly sunny 20 25 10% High
Skiathos
Sunny 20 23 5% High
Tanagra
Sunny 17 27 5% High
Tatoi
Mostly sunny 15 27 10% High
Thessaloniki
Mostly sunny 18 28 10% High
Thira
Mostly sunny 20 23 10% High
Tripolis
Mostly sunny 9 26 10% High
Vathy
Mostly sunny 19 25 10% High
Zakinthos
Mostly cloudy 18 25 20% High
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