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Kardamena Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sat
Late shower 14 19
Sun
Showers 14 16
Mon
Increasing sunshine 12 15
Tue
Sunny 10 14
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Greece Weather Forecasts for Monday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Alexandroupoli
Sunny -4 7 5% -
Andravida
Cloudy 11 14 20% -
Araxos
Increasing sunshine 10 14 10% -
Athens
Sunny 6 12 20% -
Chania
Showers 13 16 50% -
Chios
Increasing sunshine 10 13 10% -
Chrysoupoli
Increasing sunshine -5 7 10% -
Corfu
Increasing sunshine 10 16 10% -
Elefsina
Mostly cloudy 7 13 20% -
Ermoupoli
Windy 12 14 10% -
Heraklion
Clearing shower 13 17 40% -
Kalamata
Mostly cloudy 7 14 20% -
Kardamena
Increasing sunshine 12 15 10% -
Karpathos
Showers 16 17 50% -
Kastoria
Increasing sunshine -1 6 10% -
Kefalonia
Showers 14 15 50% -
Kithira
Clearing shower 11 12 40% -
Kozani
Increasing sunshine -2 5 10% -
Larissa
Clearing shower 3 9 40% -
Maritsa
Clearing shower 12 16 40% -
Mykonos
Windy 12 13 10% -
Myrina
Windy 7 10 10% -
Mytilini
Increasing sunshine 7 11 10% -
Naxos
Windy 13 15 10% -
Nea Anchialos
Rain clearing 6 11 40% -
Parikia
Windy 14 15 10% -
Preveza
Increasing sunshine 10 15 10% -
Rhodes
Clearing shower 13 16 40% -
Skiathos
Increasing sunshine 10 12 10% -
Tanagra
Increasing sunshine 4 10 10% -
Tatoi
Mostly cloudy 5 10 20% -
Thessaloniki
Increasing sunshine 3 8 10% -
Thira
Clearing shower 15 16 40% -
Tripolis
Clearing shower 1 8 40% -
Vathy
Increasing sunshine 10 13 10% -
Zakinthos
Possible shower 13 14 20% -
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Weather News

Heatwave hits inland Queensland hardest, Bureau of Meteorology warns

16:26 EDT

A heatwave is continuing to grip parts of central and southern Queensland but a sea breeze has provided a reprieve for Brisbane.

A taste of summer for Sydney

14:45 EDT

A burst of hazy heat enveloped Sydney on Friday, with temperatures just not letting up well into the evening.

Heatwave to scorch Queensland 'well into next week', BOM warns

18:22 EDT

Temperatures will remain above 40 degrees Celsius in parts of central and southern Queensland until at least Wednesday next week, the Bureau of Meterology (BOM) warns.