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Tabuk Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sat
Sunny 3 17
Sun
Sunny 4 21
Mon
Late shower 10 27
Tue
Windy 13 24
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Saudi Arabia Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abha
Mostly sunny 15 26 30% High
Al Bahah
Sunny 15 27 5% High
Al Qaysumah
Late shower 12 26 50% Moderate
Al Wajh
Thunderstorms clearing 21 25 30% Moderate
Arar
Mostly sunny 10 24 30% Moderate
Bisha
Sunny 17 32 20% High
Dammam
Mostly sunny 16 23 70% Moderate
Dawadmi
Mostly sunny 16 29 30% High
Dhahran
Mostly sunny 16 22 70% -
Gassim
Mostly sunny 14 30 50% Moderate
Gurayat
Windy 10 18 20% Moderate
Ha il
Windy 13 28 30% Moderate
Hafar Al-Batin
Late shower 13 27 50% Moderate
Hofuf
Mostly sunny 12 26 20% Moderate
Jeddah
Mostly sunny 23 29 20% Moderate
Jizan
Mostly sunny 25 29 5% High
Jubail
Mostly cloudy 16 22 70% Moderate
Khamis Mushait
Sunny 13 26 30% High
Madinah
Windy 15 30 30% Moderate
Makkah
Thunderstorms 22 32 20% High
Najran
Late shower 13 29 50% High
Rafha
Possible shower 13 25 70% Moderate
Riyadh
Hazy 14 27 30% Moderate
Sakakah
Clearing shower 11 24 30% Moderate
Sharurah
Sunny 18 31 5% High
Ta if
Mostly sunny 17 28 5% High
Tabuk
Windy 13 24 5% Moderate
Turayf
Windy 9 18 30% Moderate
Wadi Al Dawasir
Sunny 17 31 5% High
Yanbu
Mostly cloudy 22 27 30% Moderate
Yanbu
Mostly cloudy 22 27 30% Moderate
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Weather News

Adelaide seeing out the summer with a spell of sizzling heat

12:51 EDT

A heatwave is set to push the maximum temperature in Adelaide past 35 degrees every day this week.

Cyclone Oma weakens to a sub-tropical low as it turns from Queensland coast

12:38 EDT

Some of surfing's biggest names are making the most of the massive waves being caused by ex-tropical cyclone Oma, but other board riders are being warned to stay out of the water.

Drought-hit Channel Country cattle producers welcome floodwater that devastated neighbours

12:37 EDT

Light planes, helicopters and even jet skis are being used to push cattle to higher ground as floodwater, which killed as many as 500,000 animals across Queensland's north and central-west, moves south.