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Arequipa Weather

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Arequipa  10/20 

Now in Arequipa

Temperature
17.0°C
Dew point
0.0°C
Relative humidity
32%
Feels like
17.0°C
Wind
W 9km/h
Pressure
1027.0hPa

Arequipa Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Sunny 6 23
Sat
Mostly sunny 12 21
Sun
Mostly cloudy 11 20
Mon
Increasing sunshine 10 20
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Peru Weather Forecasts for Monday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Andahuaylas
Sunny 0 16 5% High
Arequipa
Increasing sunshine 10 20 10% Moderate
Atalaya
Increasing sunshine 17 35 10% Moderate
Ayacucho
Sunny 8 23 5% High
Cajamarca
Mostly cloudy 7 18 20% Moderate
Chachapoyas
Mostly cloudy 5 20 20% Moderate
Chiclayo
Mostly sunny 18 24 10% Moderate
Chimbote
Mostly sunny 17 24 10% Moderate
Cuzco
Increasing sunshine 2 16 10% Moderate
Huanuco
Rain 6 16 60% Moderate
Huaraz
Mostly cloudy 8 17 20% Moderate
Iquitos
Showers 21 28 50% Moderate
Juanjui
Mostly sunny 17 36 10% Moderate
Juliaca
Mostly cloudy 0 15 20% Moderate
Lima
Sunny 16 20 5% Moderate
Pisco
Sunny 18 23 5% Moderate
Piura
Cloudy 19 31 20% Moderate
Puerto Maldonado
Mostly sunny 17 34 10% Moderate
Rioja
Late shower 15 30 40% Moderate
Tacna
Increasing sunshine 15 19 10% Moderate
Talara
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% High
Tarapoto
Increasing sunshine 17 35 10% Moderate
Tingo Maria
Mostly sunny 15 34 10% Moderate
Trujillo
Mostly sunny 17 22 10% Moderate
Tumbes
Cloudy 22 29 20% High
Yurimaguas
Clearing shower 18 36 40% Moderate
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15:46 EST

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Capital City Election Day Weather Promises

14:15 EST

It's going to be a mixed bag of weather around the country on Saturday as voters head out to decide who next we can make fun of in cartoons, watch being interviewed on a brisk dawn walk, or hear them say 'jobs and growth' again and again.