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mostly sunny
Makkah  26/40 

current conditions Now in Makkah

temperature
37.0°C
dew point
21.0°C
relative humidity
40%
feels like
41.0°C
wind
WNW 7km/h
pressure
1003.0hPa

forecast Makkah Forecast

  forecast min max
°C °C
Thu icon
Sunny 25 41
Fri icon
Increasing sunshine 25 40
Sat icon
Mostly cloudy 24 42
Sun icon
Mostly sunny 26 40
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Saudi Arabia Weather Forecasts for Sunday

city forecast min max chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abha icon
Mostly sunny 20 31 10% Very High
Al Bahah icon
Mostly cloudy 23 34 20% Very High
Al Qaysumah icon
Sunny 31 44 5% High
Al Wajh icon
Increasing sunshine 30 38 10% High
Arar icon
Sunny 28 44 5% High
Bisha icon
Mostly cloudy 24 38 20% Very High
Dammam icon
Sunny 29 44 5% High
Dawadmi icon
Mostly cloudy 26 40 20% Very High
Dhahran icon
Sunny 30 42 5% High
Gassim icon
Sunny 28 44 5% High
Gurayat icon
Sunny 22 36 5% High
Ha il icon
Sunny 24 42 5% High
Hafar Al-Batin icon
Sunny 31 46 5% High
Hofuf icon
Sunny 30 45 5% High
Jeddah icon
Mostly cloudy 29 37 20% Very High
Jizan icon
Sunny 32 38 5% Very High
Jubail icon
Sunny 30 42 5% High
Khamis Mushait icon
Mostly cloudy 19 30 20% Very High
Madinah icon
Mostly cloudy 30 44 20% Very High
Makkah icon
Mostly sunny 26 40 10% High
Najran icon
Mostly cloudy 26 39 20% Very High
Rafha icon
Sunny 29 45 5% High
Riyadh icon
Mostly cloudy 26 42 20% High
Sakakah icon
Sunny 28 43 5% High
Sharurah icon
Sunny 30 40 5% Very High
Ta if icon
Mostly cloudy 28 37 20% Very High
Tabuk icon
Sunny 24 41 5% High
Turayf icon
Sunny 20 39 5% High
Wadi Al Dawasir icon
Sunny 28 42 5% Very High
Yanbu icon
Increasing sunshine 31 39 10% High
Yanbu icon
Increasing sunshine 32 40 10% High

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