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Now in Columbus

Temperature
4.0°C
Dew point
1.0°C
Relative humidity
81%
Feels like
1.2°C
Wind
WSW 11km/h
Pressure
-

Columbus Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Rain developing 2 10
Fri
Rain 7 13
Sat
Late shower 10 15
Sun
Rain 11 14
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United States Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abilene
Sunny 6 15 20% Moderate
Albany
Late shower 1 5 40% -
Albuquerque
Mostly cloudy -2 5 20% -
Anaheim
Rain 10 14 60% -
Anchorage
Snow -19 -13 20% -
Annapolis
Rain 6 11 90% -
Atlanta
Thunderstorms 14 20 90% -
Atlantic City
Rain developing 6 8 50% -
Austin
Increasing sunshine 10 17 10% -
Baltimore
Rain developing 6 9 50% -
Birmingham
Thunderstorms 12 18 60% -
Boise
Snow -5 1 50% -
Boston
Mostly sunny 1 4 90% -
Branson
Heavy rain 4 10 90% -
Buffalo
Cloudy 5 9 20% -
Burbank
Rain 11 15 90% -
Charleston
Thunderstorms 16 21 60% -
Charlotte
Thunderstorms 16 19 60% -
Chattanooga
Thunderstorms 13 18 60% -
Chicago
Late shower 6 8 80% -
Cincinnati
Possible shower 8 15 80% -
Clearwater
Thunderstorms 20 25 60% -
Cleveland
Rain 7 10 60% -
Cologne
Rain developing 6 9 50% -
Columbus
Rain 11 14 60% -
Dallas
Rain 8 15 30% Moderate
Daytona Beach
Late shower 19 28 40% -
Denver
Sunny -4 8 40% -
Des Moines
Mostly cloudy -1 6 5% -
Destin
Thunderstorms 16 22 60% -
Detroit
Rain 5 11 90% -
Fort Lauderdale
Mostly cloudy 22 28 20% Moderate
Fresno
Rain 6 12 90% -
Guam
Possible thunderstorm 26 30 40% Moderate
Hartford
Cloudy 1 6 20% -
Hilton Head
Thunderstorms 16 18 60% -
Honolulu
Showers 21 27 20% -
Houston
Mostly sunny 13 19 5% -
Indianapolis
Clearing shower 11 14 40% -
Jackson
Heavy rain 10 14 90% -
Jacksonville
Thunderstorms 17 24 90% -
Kansas City
Rain 3 10 5% -
Key West
Mostly sunny 24 27 10% Moderate
Knoxville
Rain 12 19 60% -
Lancaster
Rain developing 4 10 50% -
Las Vegas
Showers 4 10 90% -
Las Vegas
Mostly cloudy -5 7 20% -
Lexington
Thunderstorms 11 16 60% -
Little Rock
Rain 9 14 60% -
Los Angeles
Rain 11 15 90% -
Louisville
Rain 12 18 60% -
Madison
Late shower 4 9 40% -
Marquette
Possible shower 2 4 20% -
Memphis
Thunderstorms 10 17 90% -
Miami
Mostly sunny 21 27 20% Moderate
Middleton
Snow developing 0 3 50% -
Milwaukee
Rain 4 8 80% -
Minneapolis
Clearing shower 1 5 20% -
Moab
Cloudy -10 0 20% -
Myrtle Beach
Thunderstorms 15 20 60% -
Napa
Rain 8 14 60% -
Naples
Mostly cloudy 21 27 20% Moderate
Nashville
Rain 12 16 60% -
New Orleans
Thunderstorms 13 18 60% -
New York
Late shower 5 8 90% -
Newark
Late shower 4 8 40% -
Norfolk
Rain developing 9 13 50% -
Oakland
Rain 10 14 60% -
Oklahoma City
Rain clearing 3 8 40% -
Omaha
Mostly cloudy 2 5 20% -
Orlando
Cloudy 19 27 20% -
Ouray
Snowfalls clearing -12 -2 40% -
Palm Springs
Rain developing 8 14 50% -
Panama City beach
Thunderstorms 15 23 60% -
Pensacola
Thunderstorms 14 22 60% -
Philadelphia
Rain 5 11 90% -
Phoenix
Mostly cloudy 6 15 20% -
Pittsburgh
Rain 7 11 60% -
Portland
Thunderstorms 3 7 80% -
Providence
Cloudy 1 5 20% -
Raleigh-Durham
Thunderstorms 12 19 90% -
Rapid City
Sunny -4 3 20% -
Richmond
Rain 9 11 60% -
Riverside
Rain 9 13 60% -
Sacramento
Rain 6 12 80% -
Salt Lake City
Snow -6 2 90% -
San Antonio
Mostly cloudy 10 20 20% Moderate
San Diego
Late shower 10 16 40% -
San Francisco
Rain 9 13 60% -
San Jose
Rain 9 14 60% -
Santa Fe
Mostly cloudy -6 3 20% -
Sarasota
Possible thunderstorm 20 24 40% -
Savannah
Thunderstorms 17 22 60% -
Seattle
Showers 4 8 60% -
Spokane
Snow -3 2 50% -
St Louis
Rain 5 9 60% -
St. Thomas
Thunderstorms 20 26 60% Moderate
Tampa
Thunderstorms 20 25 60% -
Taos
Increasing sunshine -12 0 10% -
Tucson
Late shower 4 15 60% -
Virginia Beach
Late shower 10 14 40% -
Washington DC
Rain 7 11 90% -
Wichita
Rain 2 8 60% -
Williamsburg
Rain developing 9 13 50% -
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Weather News

Climate Council warns Queensland will be hard hit by violent storms as the earth warms up

13:30 EDT

The Climate Council has warned that warmer global temperatures could have a severe impact on Queensland with more storm surges and intense cyclone activity likely.

WA flooding continues

12:56 EDT

Record-breaking rain is causing flooding over parts of Western Australia this week, while parched Perth misses out once again.

Heatwave has race car drivers concerned about tyres and road temperatures

11:56 EDT

As temperatures push above 35 degrees along the east coast, what does the extreme heat do to tyres driving on hot, often bubbling roads? Bitumen absorbs the summer heat, often making road surfaces more than 20 degrees hotter than air temperatures.