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Merida Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Late shower 16 27
Thu
Showers 17 26
Fri
Rain 17 28
Sat
Late shower 16 28
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Venezuela Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Acarigua
Possible thunderstorm 22 30 40% High
Barcelona
Thunderstorms clearing 24 34 40% High
Barinas
Showers 20 31 50% Moderate
Barquisimeto
Increasing sunshine 21 33 10% Very High
Calabozo
Thunderstorms 23 31 60% High
Caracas
Showers 20 26 50% High
Carupano
Mostly sunny 26 32 10% Very High
Ciudad Bolivar
Late thunder 23 34 40% High
Coro
Mostly sunny 27 36 10% Very High
Cumana
Thunderstorms clearing 27 33 40% Very High
El Vigia
Increasing sunshine 24 41 10% High
Guanare
Possible thunderstorm 21 30 40% High
Guasdalito
Thunderstorms 22 31 60% Moderate
Guiria
Mostly cloudy 27 32 20% Very High
La Fria
Heavy rain 23 39 90% Moderate
La Orchila
Mostly sunny 28 31 10% Very High
Maiquetia
Possible thunderstorm 26 32 40% High
Maracaibo
Thunderstorms clearing 27 37 40% High
Maracay
Mostly cloudy 21 32 20% High
Maturin
Fog then sunny 23 33 10% Very High
Mene Grande
Increasing sunshine 25 37 10% High
Merida
Showers 17 26 50% Very High
Paraguana
Mostly sunny 27 34 10% Very High
Porlamar
Mostly sunny 27 34 10% Very High
Puerto Ayacucho
Showers 22 32 50% Moderate
Puerto Cabello
Increasing sunshine 27 33 10% Very High
San Antonio del Tachira
Showers 22 37 50% High
San Felipe
Mostly sunny 22 36 10% High
San Fernando de Apure
Rain clearing 22 32 40% Moderate
San Juan de los Morros
Possible thunderstorm 18 29 40% High
San Tome
Possible thunderstorm 22 32 40% High
Santa Barbara del Zulia
Possible thunderstorm 24 38 40% Moderate
Santa Elena de Uairen
Showers 16 28 50% Very High
Temblador
Increasing sunshine 23 35 10% Very High
Tumeremo
Possible thunderstorm 21 34 40% High
Valera
Showers 22 37 50% High
Valle de la Pascua
Thunderstorms 22 30 60% High
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