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Now in Buenos Aires

Temperature
21.0°C
Dew point
19.0°C
Relative humidity
88%
Feels like
21.0°C
Wind
ENE 16km/h
Pressure
1020.0hPa

Buenos Aires Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Increasing sunshine 21 28
Thu
Mostly cloudy 22 28
Fri
Increasing sunshine 22 29
Sat
Rain 22 28
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Argentina Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bahia Blanca
Mostly cloudy 18 20 20% -
Buenos Aires
Rain 22 28 10% Moderate
Ceres
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% -
Chepes
Mostly cloudy 18 22 20% Moderate
Chilecito
Increasing sunshine 17 25 10% Moderate
Comodoro Rivadavia
Mostly sunny 9 18 10% Moderate
Concordia
Mostly cloudy 19 30 20% Moderate
Cordoba
Drizzle 19 25 20% -
Corrientes
Increasing sunshine 22 32 10% Moderate
Curruzu Cuatia
Mostly sunny 20 31 10% Moderate
Dolores
Mostly sunny 19 25 10% Moderate
El Bolson
Cloud increasing 7 19 20% Moderate
El Calafate
Sunny 5 18 5% Moderate
Esquel
Cloud increasing 6 17 20% Moderate
Formosa
Mostly sunny 21 33 10% High
General Pico
Showers 19 25 50% -
Gualeguaychu
Increasing sunshine 20 28 10% Moderate
Jachal
Increasing sunshine 14 21 10% Moderate
La Plata
Mostly sunny 20 26 10% Moderate
La Quiaca
Possible shower 7 18 20% Moderate
La Rioja
Mostly cloudy 19 24 20% Moderate
Laboulaye
Showers 20 24 50% -
Malargue
Mostly sunny 10 17 10% Moderate
Mar del Plata
Increasing sunshine 16 22 10% Moderate
Marcos Juarez
Rain 20 26 60% -
Mendoza
Drizzle 18 24 20% Moderate
Monte Caseros
Mostly sunny 19 30 10% Moderate
Neuguen
Showers 14 16 50% Moderate
Parana
Mostly sunny 21 30 10% Moderate
Paso de Indios
Mostly cloudy 9 19 20% Moderate
Paso de los Libres
Mostly sunny 19 31 10% Moderate
Pehuajo
Clearing shower 19 24 40% Moderate
Perito Moreno
Increasing sunshine 7 17 10% Moderate
Posadas
Mostly sunny 21 31 10% High
Puerto Deseado
Increasing sunshine 10 17 10% Moderate
Puerto Iguazu
Mostly sunny 18 28 10% High
Resitencia
Mostly sunny 22 33 10% High
Rio Colorado
Heavy rain 16 18 90% -
Rio Cuarto
Mostly cloudy 18 21 20% Moderate
Rio Gallegos
Sunny 8 17 5% -
Rio Grande
Sunny 7 14 5% -
Rosario
Cloud increasing 20 28 20% -
Saenz Pena
Mostly cloudy 22 32 20% Moderate
Salta
Heavy rain 18 21 90% Moderate
San Antonio Oeste
Cloudy 15 18 20% -
San Carlos de Bariloche
Rain developing 7 15 50% Moderate
San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca
Heavy rain 19 23 90% Moderate
San Juan
Mostly sunny 16 24 10% Moderate
San Luis
Increasing sunshine 17 22 10% Moderate
San Martin
Cloud increasing 16 22 20% Moderate
San Miguel de Tucuman
Mostly cloudy 20 22 20% -
San Rafael
Increasing sunshine 14 20 10% Moderate
San Ramon de la Nueva Oran
Heavy rain 21 27 90% -
San Salvador de Jujuy
Heavy rain 19 24 90% -
Santiago del Estero
Mostly cloudy 21 23 20% -
Sauce Viejo
Cloud increasing 21 30 20% Moderate
Tandil
Increasing sunshine 17 23 10% Moderate
Tartagal
Mostly cloudy 22 27 20% -
Tinogasta
Cloudy 14 25 20% Moderate
Trelew
Cloud increasing 11 18 20% Moderate
Tres Arroyos
Heavy rain 18 22 90% -
Ushuaia
Increasing sunshine 5 13 10% -
Uspallata
Late shower 6 16 40% Moderate
Viedma
Increasing sunshine 15 20 10% Moderate
Villa Dolores
Possible shower 17 22 20% Moderate
Villa Gesell
Mostly sunny 20 23 10% Moderate
Villa Mercedes
Mostly cloudy 18 23 20% Moderate
Villaguay
Increasing sunshine 21 30 10% Moderate
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Weather News

Cyclone Debbie's eye reaches coast; BOM downgrades system to category three

18:54 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Debbie has been downgraded to a category three system, having made landfall along the north Queensland coastline near Airlie Beach earlier this afternoon as a slow-moving category four system.

Cyclone Debbie: Residents share stories as torrential rain and wind pummels region

18:52 EDT

Panicked residents in areas affected by Cyclone Debbie have relayed their experiences to the ABC as torrential rain and wind gusts pummel the region.

Cyclone Debbie threatens coal exports from Queensland mines

17:24 EDT

When Cyclone Yasi devastated parts of North Queensland in 2011, the rains it brought with it took out about 20 million tonnes of coking coal production.