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Palembang  24/31 

Palembang Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Thunderstorms 24 30
Fri
Thunderstorms 24 31
Sat
Thunderstorms 23 30
Sun
Thunderstorms 23 30
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Indonesia Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Amahai
Thunderstorms 25 29 60% Moderate
Ambon
Thunderstorms 25 29 60% Moderate
Baa
Windy 26 28 10% Moderate
Balikpapan
Thunderstorms 26 29 60% Moderate
Banda Aceh
Increasing sunshine 24 32 10% High
Bandar Lampung
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% Moderate
Bandung
Thunderstorms 19 28 60% -
Banjarmasin
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% Moderate
Bau-Bau
Thunderstorms 26 28 60% Moderate
Bengkulu
Thunderstorms 24 33 60% -
Bima
Clearing shower 23 31 40% Moderate
Cilacap
Thunderstorms 25 29 60% Moderate
Curug
Thunderstorms 25 33 60% Moderate
Dabo
Thunderstorms 28 29 60% Moderate
Denpasar
Mostly cloudy 24 31 60% Moderate
Enarotali
Possible shower 14 22 20% Moderate
Fakfak
Thunderstorms 23 28 60% Moderate
Gorontalo
Thunderstorms 24 31 60% Moderate
Gunung Sitoli
Thunderstorms 26 29 60% Moderate
Jakarta
Mostly cloudy 25 31 60% Moderate
Jambi City
Thunderstorms 24 31 60% -
Jayapura City
Thunderstorms 24 31 60% Moderate
Kaimana
Thunderstorms 25 28 60% Moderate
Kalabahi
Thunderstorms 25 30 60% Moderate
Kalijati
Possible shower 22 34 20% Moderate
Kendari
Thunderstorms 23 25 60% Moderate
Ketapang
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Moderate
Kokonao
Thunderstorms 23 28 60% Moderate
Kota Baru
Thunderstorms 23 25 60% Moderate
Kota Biak
Thunderstorms 26 30 60% Moderate
Kupang
Mostly sunny 24 30 10% Moderate
Labuha
Thunderstorms 25 28 60% Moderate
Larantuka
Mostly cloudy 25 31 20% Moderate
Lhokseumawe
Thunderstorms 25 30 60% High
Longbawan
Thunderstorms 16 22 60% Moderate
Madiun
Late shower 23 33 40% Moderate
Makassar
Thunderstorms 23 30 60% Moderate
Malang
Thunderstorms 21 28 60% -
Mataram
Thunderstorms 24 29 60% Moderate
Maumere
Mostly sunny 25 31 10% Moderate
Medan
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% Moderate
Menado
Possible shower 24 32 20% Moderate
Menggala
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% -
Merauke
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% Moderate
Meulaboh
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% Moderate
Nabire
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% Moderate
Namlea
Thunderstorms 25 29 60% Moderate
Pakanbaru
Thunderstorms 23 31 60% Moderate
Palangkaraya
Thunderstorms 24 34 60% Moderate
Palembang
Thunderstorms 24 31 60% Moderate
Palu
Late shower 25 31 40% Moderate
Pangkal Pinang
Thunderstorms 26 31 60% -
Pangkalan Bun
Thunderstorms 25 32 60% Moderate
Pontianak
Thunderstorms 25 31 60% Moderate
Poso
Showers 25 32 50% Moderate
Ranai
Thunderstorms 26 30 60% Moderate
Rengat
Thunderstorms 23 31 60% Moderate
Sabang
Late thunder 26 28 40% High
Sanana
Thunderstorms 25 29 60% Moderate
Sarmi
Thunderstorms 25 30 60% High
Saumlaki
Thunderstorms 26 28 60% Moderate
Semarang
Thunderstorms 25 33 60% Moderate
Serui
Thunderstorms 25 30 60% High
Sibolga
Thunderstorms 25 31 60% Moderate
Singkawang
Thunderstorms 24 28 60% -
Sintang
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% -
Sorong
Thunderstorms 25 28 60% Moderate
Sumbawa Besar
Increasing sunshine 25 31 10% Moderate
Sungai Penuh
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% Moderate
Surabaya
Showers 25 32 50% Moderate
Surakarta (Solo)
Thunderstorms 23 31 60% -
Tahuna
Thunderstorms 26 30 60% Moderate
Tanah Merah
Thunderstorms 23 30 60% Moderate
Tanjung Pandan
Thunderstorms 26 29 60% -
Tanjung Pinang
Thunderstorms 27 30 60% Moderate
Tanjung Redep
Thunderstorms 24 34 60% Moderate
Tanjung Selor
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% Moderate
Tarakan
Thunderstorms 26 31 60% Moderate
Tardamu
Mostly sunny 26 29 10% Moderate
Tasikmalaya
Thunderstorms 22 27 60% -
Ternate
Thunderstorms 26 29 60% Moderate
Tobelo
Thunderstorms 24 30 60% Moderate
Toli-Toli
Thunderstorms 23 31 60% Moderate
Waingapu
Mostly cloudy 25 29 20% Moderate
Wamena
Mostly sunny 11 25 10% Moderate
Yogyakarta
Thunderstorms 23 30 60% -
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