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Now in Albuquerque

Temperature
0.0°C
Dew point
-11.0°C
Relative humidity
43%
Feels like
-7.4°C
Wind
N 22km/h
Pressure
-

Albuquerque Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Mon
Cloudy 2 10
Tue
Mostly cloudy 1 11
Wed
Mostly sunny -1 13
Thu
Mostly sunny 1 13
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United States Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abilene
Mostly sunny 4 14 10% -
Albany
Snow tending to rain -5 3 60% -
Albuquerque
Mostly sunny 1 13 10% -
Anaheim
Mostly sunny 10 27 10% -
Anchorage
Snow -10 -6 20% -
Annapolis
Rain 4 10 60% -
Atlanta
Showers 5 13 60% -
Atlantic City
Rain 4 9 60% -
Austin
Mostly sunny 9 19 10% Moderate
Baltimore
Rain 2 8 60% -
Birmingham
Rain 7 13 60% -
Boise
Mostly cloudy 2 9 20% -
Boston
Sunny -1 7 40% -
Branson
Clearing shower 3 8 40% -
Buffalo
Rain developing 2 7 50% -
Burbank
Mostly sunny 9 27 10% -
Charleston
Rain 11 18 60% -
Charlotte
Rain 7 11 60% -
Chattanooga
Rain 9 12 60% -
Chicago
Rain 2 5 60% -
Cincinnati
Rain 6 10 60% -
Clearwater
Rain 18 21 60% -
Cleveland
Rain 4 7 60% -
Cologne
Rain 1 10 60% -
Columbus
Possible shower 5 10 20% -
Dallas
Sunny 7 19 10% -
Daytona Beach
Showers 16 21 50% -
Denver
Sunny 1 16 10% -
Des Moines
Possible shower -1 3 20% -
Destin
Possible shower 12 18 20% -
Detroit
Possible shower 3 6 20% -
Fort Lauderdale
Thunderstorms 21 25 60% -
Fresno
Mostly sunny 6 17 10% -
Guam
Possible shower 26 30 20% Moderate
Hartford
Rain developing -1 6 50% -
Hilton Head
Rain 15 17 60% -
Honolulu
Sunny 21 28 10% Moderate
Houston
Mostly cloudy 10 18 20% Moderate
Indianapolis
Rain 6 8 60% -
Jackson
Rain 4 9 60% -
Jacksonville
Rain 16 19 60% -
Kansas City
Sunny 3 11 20% -
Key West
Thunderstorms 23 25 60% -
Lancaster
Mostly sunny -1 18 10% -
Las Vegas
Mostly sunny -1 11 10% -
Las Vegas
Sunny 6 19 10% -
Lexington
Rain 7 10 60% -
Little Rock
Showers 6 11 50% -
Los Angeles
Sunny 12 27 10% -
Louisville
Rain 8 11 60% -
Marquette
Snow -1 2 60% -
Memphis
Rain 5 10 60% -
Miami
Showers 19 26 60% -
Middleton
Late shower -3 6 40% -
Milwaukee
Possible shower 3 5 20% -
Minneapolis
Snow -2 1 60% -
Moab
Mostly sunny -7 6 10% -
Myrtle Beach
Rain 13 17 60% -
Naples
Showers 19 23 50% -
Nashville
Rain 8 13 60% -
New Orleans
Increasing sunshine 11 15 10% Moderate
New York
Mostly cloudy 1 8 50% -
Newark
Rain developing 1 7 50% -
Norfolk
Rain 6 12 60% -
Oakland
Mostly cloudy 8 15 20% -
Oklahoma City
Mostly sunny 5 13 10% -
Omaha
Mostly cloudy 0 5 20% -
Orlando
Showers 17 21 50% -
Ouray
Mostly sunny -4 5 10% -
Palm Springs
Mostly sunny 12 26 10% -
Panama City beach
Rain 12 19 60% -
Pensacola
Clearing shower 10 18 40% -
Phoenix
Mostly sunny 9 23 10% -
Pittsburgh
Rain developing 1 9 50% -
Portland
Rain 8 12 60% -
Providence
Late shower -2 7 40% -
Raleigh-Durham
Rain 7 14 60% -
Rapid City
Mostly sunny -2 7 10% -
Riverside
Mostly sunny 11 27 10% -
Sacramento
Mostly cloudy 6 16 20% -
Salt Lake City
Sunny 1 6 10% -
San Antonio
Mostly sunny 9 22 10% Moderate
San Diego
Mostly sunny 12 24 10% -
San Francisco
Mostly sunny 10 15 20% -
San Jose
Mostly cloudy 7 18 20% -
Santa Fe
Mostly sunny -3 10 10% -
Sarasota
Rain 18 21 60% -
Savannah
Rain 12 18 60% -
Seattle
Rain 8 11 60% -
Spokane
Rain 3 7 60% -
St Louis
Possible shower 2 5 20% -
St. Thomas
Mostly cloudy 24 29 20% Moderate
Tampa
Rain 18 21 60% -
Taos
Mostly sunny -7 8 10% -
Tucson
Mostly sunny 6 25 10% -
Washington DC
Showers 1 9 60% -
Wichita
Mostly sunny 4 11 10% -
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Weather News

Man dies in floodwaters north of Townsville

21:35 EDT

A 18-year-old man has died after being swept away in flood-affected waters north of Townsville.

Citizen scientists called on to map extent of drought killing native trees

15:36 EDT

While rain has arrived in some drought-affected areas, it has been too late for many native trees.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Owen dumps more than half a metre of rain in north Queensland

15:00 EDT

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Owen has dumped "incredible" and "very intense" rain over parts of Queensland's north tropical coast, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says.

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