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Tabas Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Mostly cloudy 18 33
Wed
Mostly cloudy 22 32
Thu
Increasing sunshine 18 27
Fri
Mostly cloudy 16 27
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Iran Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abadan
Mostly cloudy 20 35 20% High
Abadeh
Mostly cloudy 8 21 20% High
Ahwaz
Mostly cloudy 19 36 20% High
Arak
Mostly sunny 8 17 10% High
Bam
Mostly cloudy 21 30 20% High
Bandar Lengeh
Increasing sunshine 24 32 10% High
Bandar-Abbas
Sunny 24 36 5% High
Birjand
Increasing sunshine 10 25 10% High
Bojnourd
Increasing sunshine 6 13 10% Moderate
Bushehr
Sunny 24 31 5% High
Chabahar
Sunny 23 35 5% High
Esfahan
Mostly cloudy 8 23 20% High
Fasa
Increasing sunshine 14 30 10% High
Gachsaran
Mostly cloudy 18 34 20% High
Gorgan
Mostly cloudy 11 15 20% Moderate
Iranshahr
Mostly cloudy 23 39 20% High
Jask
Mostly cloudy 25 30 20% High
Kashan
Increasing sunshine 10 22 10% High
Kerman
Sunny 12 27 5% High
Kermanshah
Mostly cloudy 6 23 20% High
Khoy
Sunny 2 17 5% High
Mashhad
Mostly sunny 8 15 10% High
Masjed-Soleyman
Mostly cloudy 18 34 20% High
Omidiyeh
Mostly cloudy 21 38 20% High
Qasr-e Shirin
Mostly cloudy 14 31 20% High
Qazvin
Clearing shower 4 15 40% Moderate
Ramsar
Increasing sunshine 10 12 10% Moderate
Rasht
Clearing shower 9 13 40% Moderate
Sabzevar
Mostly sunny 11 18 10% High
Saghez
Mostly sunny 2 19 10% High
Sanandaj
Increasing sunshine 5 21 10% High
Semnan
Mostly sunny 10 19 10% High
Shahrekord
Mostly cloudy 6 21 20% High
Shiraz
Sunny 14 29 5% High
Tabas
Increasing sunshine 18 27 10% High
Tabriz
Increasing sunshine 1 16 10% High
Tehran
Clearing shower 12 19 40% High
Urmia
Sunny 3 15 5% High
Yazd
Sunny 13 24 5% High
Zabol
Windy 15 27 10% High
Zahedan
Mostly cloudy 12 25 20% High
Zanjan
Mostly cloudy 0 12 20% Moderate
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