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Now in Mendoza

Temperature
17.0°C
Dew point
16.0°C
Relative humidity
94%
Feels like
17.0°C
Wind
SSE 5km/h
Pressure
1013.0hPa

Mendoza Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Increasing sunshine 18 25
Fri
Rain 16 25
Sat
Thunderstorms 17 24
Sun
Thunderstorms 18 24
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Argentina Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bahia Blanca
Mostly cloudy 19 23 20% Moderate
Buenos Aires
Increasing sunshine 21 29 10% Moderate
Ceres
Increasing sunshine 22 28 10% Moderate
Chepes
Clearing shower 19 21 40% Moderate
Chilecito
Cloud increasing 18 25 20% Moderate
Comodoro Rivadavia
Windy 13 14 10% -
Concordia
Increasing sunshine 18 28 10% Moderate
Cordoba
Rain 19 22 50% Moderate
Corrientes
Increasing sunshine 22 32 10% Moderate
Curruzu Cuatia
Mostly sunny 19 29 10% Moderate
Dolores
Increasing sunshine 19 24 10% Moderate
El Bolson
Increasing sunshine 6 18 10% Moderate
El Calafate
Sunny 4 17 5% Moderate
Esquel
Increasing sunshine 6 14 10% Moderate
Formosa
Increasing sunshine 22 33 10% Moderate
General Pico
Heavy rain 19 24 90% Moderate
Gualeguaychu
Increasing sunshine 19 27 10% Moderate
Jachal
Mostly sunny 14 22 10% Moderate
La Plata
Mostly cloudy 19 26 20% Moderate
La Quiaca
Mostly cloudy 8 17 20% High
La Rioja
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% Moderate
Laboulaye
Showers 19 26 50% Moderate
Malargue
Cloud increasing 9 18 20% Moderate
Mar del Plata
Increasing sunshine 18 23 10% Moderate
Marcos Juarez
Rain clearing 19 29 40% Moderate
Mendoza
Rain 16 25 20% Moderate
Monte Caseros
Increasing sunshine 18 28 10% Moderate
Neuguen
Cloud increasing 11 17 20% Moderate
Parana
Mostly cloudy 21 28 20% Moderate
Paso de Indios
Rain 10 17 60% Moderate
Paso de los Libres
Mostly sunny 18 29 10% Moderate
Pehuajo
Showers 19 27 50% Moderate
Perito Moreno
Rain developing 7 12 50% -
Posadas
Mostly sunny 21 30 10% High
Puerto Deseado
Windy 12 13 10% -
Puerto Iguazu
Mostly sunny 18 28 10% High
Resitencia
Increasing sunshine 22 32 10% Moderate
Rio Colorado
Late thunder 14 22 40% Moderate
Rio Cuarto
Possible shower 19 23 20% Moderate
Rio Gallegos
Sunny 6 15 5% -
Rio Grande
Sunny 6 13 5% -
Rosario
Mostly sunny 20 28 10% Moderate
Saenz Pena
Mostly cloudy 22 32 20% Moderate
Salta
Showers 16 22 50% Moderate
San Antonio Oeste
Late shower 13 18 40% Moderate
San Carlos de Bariloche
Cloudy 3 16 20% Moderate
San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca
Possible shower 21 26 20% Moderate
San Juan
Mostly cloudy 14 26 20% Moderate
San Luis
Mostly sunny 17 23 10% Moderate
San Martin
Increasing sunshine 15 23 10% Moderate
San Miguel de Tucuman
Increasing sunshine 21 26 10% Moderate
San Rafael
Mostly cloudy 13 21 20% Moderate
San Ramon de la Nueva Oran
Heavy rain 22 29 90% -
San Salvador de Jujuy
Showers 20 25 50% Moderate
Santiago del Estero
Mostly cloudy 20 27 20% -
Sauce Viejo
Mostly sunny 22 30 10% Moderate
Tandil
Mostly cloudy 17 26 20% Moderate
Tartagal
Mostly cloudy 22 27 20% -
Tinogasta
Sunny 13 26 5% High
Trelew
Mostly sunny 13 21 10% Moderate
Tres Arroyos
Mostly cloudy 19 25 20% Moderate
Ushuaia
Fog then sunny 6 15 10% -
Uspallata
Late shower 5 17 40% Moderate
Viedma
Rain developing 16 25 50% Moderate
Villa Dolores
Showers 19 25 50% Moderate
Villa Gesell
Increasing sunshine 19 23 10% Moderate
Villa Mercedes
Showers 18 24 50% Moderate
Villaguay
Mostly sunny 20 28 10% Moderate
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Cyclone Debbie: Flooded roads make access difficult to storm-ravaged north Queensland towns

22:17 EDT

Some people affected by Cyclone Debbie say they are frustrated they have not been able to return to their damaged properties in north Queensland.

Ex-cyclone Debbie leaves 61,000 without power, Mackay water supplies critical: As it happened

22:07 EDT

As emergency services build a picture of the destruction wrought by Cyclone Debbie, 61,000 remain without power and Mackay may have only 24 hours of clean water remaining.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie due to cause a drenching in south-east Queensland on Thursday

21:10 EDT

South-east Queensland is set for a drenching on Thursday with rainfall in excess of 200 millimetres possible in some localised areas, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned.