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Tasikmalaya Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Increasing sunshine 18 29
Thu
Mostly cloudy 20 29
Fri
Mostly cloudy 20 29
Sat
Increasing sunshine 20 30
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Indonesia Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Amahai
Mostly sunny 21 29 10% Very High
Ambon
Mostly sunny 24 29 10% Very High
Baa
Sunny 24 28 5% Very High
Balikpapan
Late thunder 26 30 40% High
Banda Aceh
Heavy rain 25 33 90% Very High
Bandar Lampung
Increasing sunshine 20 34 10% Very High
Bandung
Sunny 17 32 5% Very High
Banjarmasin
Mostly sunny 23 33 10% Very High
Bau-Bau
Mostly sunny 23 31 10% Very High
Bengkulu
Sunny 25 34 5% Very High
Bima
Mostly cloudy 22 34 20% High
Cilacap
Mostly sunny 23 29 10% Very High
Curug
Mostly sunny 25 34 10% Very High
Dabo
Sunny 28 30 5% Very High
Denpasar
Mostly cloudy 23 31 10% Very High
Enarotali
Heavy rain 12 23 90% Moderate
Fakfak
Cloud increasing 21 27 20% High
Gorontalo
Mostly sunny 23 33 10% Very High
Gunung Sitoli
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% High
Jakarta
Mostly cloudy 23 34 10% Very High
Jambi City
Mostly sunny 22 35 10% Very High
Jayapura City
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% High
Kaimana
Cloud increasing 23 28 20% High
Kalabahi
Sunny 23 33 5% Very High
Kalijati
Mostly sunny 21 35 10% Very High
Kendari
Increasing sunshine 20 32 10% Very High
Ketapang
Mostly sunny 26 31 10% Very High
Kokonao
Clearing shower 22 28 40% High
Kota Baru
Late thunder 22 27 40% Very High
Kota Biak
Possible thunderstorm 24 30 40% High
Kupang
Sunny 23 31 5% Very High
Labuha
Mostly sunny 25 29 10% Very High
Larantuka
Mostly sunny 23 30 10% High
Lhokseumawe
Late thunder 26 30 40% Very High
Longbawan
Heavy rain 15 22 90% Moderate
Madiun
Mostly sunny 21 36 10% Very High
Makassar
Mostly sunny 23 34 10% Very High
Malang
Mostly sunny 17 33 10% High
Mataram
Increasing sunshine 25 30 10% High
Maumere
Increasing sunshine 24 30 10% High
Medan
Possible thunderstorm 25 32 40% High
Menado
Mostly cloudy 23 33 20% Very High
Menggala
Increasing sunshine 21 35 10% Very High
Merauke
Mostly sunny 22 33 10% High
Meulaboh
Possible thunderstorm 23 31 40% Very High
Nabire
Showers 24 31 50% High
Namlea
Mostly sunny 23 31 10% Very High
Pakanbaru
Mostly cloudy 21 34 20% High
Palangkaraya
Mostly sunny 22 32 10% Very High
Palembang
Increasing sunshine 21 35 10% Very High
Palu
Late thunder 28 30 40% Very High
Pangkal Pinang
Mostly sunny 24 33 10% Very High
Pangkalan Bun
Mostly sunny 23 34 10% Very High
Pontianak
Late thunder 22 31 40% High
Poso
Mostly sunny 26 34 10% Very High
Ranai
Possible thunderstorm 26 30 40% High
Rengat
Cloudy 22 35 20% Very High
Sabang
Thunderstorms 26 28 60% Very High
Sanana
Mostly sunny 23 30 10% Very High
Sarmi
Possible thunderstorm 25 31 40% High
Saumlaki
Sunny 24 29 5% Very High
Semarang
Mostly sunny 25 33 10% Very High
Serui
Thunderstorms clearing 23 30 40% High
Sibolga
Thunderstorms 25 34 60% High
Singkawang
Thunderstorms 23 32 60% High
Sintang
Mostly sunny 23 30 10% High
Sorong
Mostly sunny 27 30 10% Very High
Sumbawa Besar
Mostly sunny 24 32 10% Very High
Sungai Penuh
Mostly sunny 24 33 10% Very High
Surabaya
Mostly sunny 21 33 10% Very High
Surakarta (Solo)
Increasing sunshine 19 34 10% High
Tahuna
Mostly sunny 27 31 10% Very High
Tanah Merah
Clearing shower 22 33 40% Moderate
Tanjung Pandan
Mostly cloudy 25 32 20% Very High
Tanjung Pinang
Thunderstorms clearing 27 32 40% Very High
Tanjung Redep
Thunderstorms 23 32 60% High
Tanjung Selor
Thunderstorms 23 32 60% High
Tarakan
Thunderstorms 24 32 60% High
Tardamu
Sunny 25 29 5% Very High
Tasikmalaya
Increasing sunshine 18 29 10% High
Ternate
Cloud increasing 26 29 20% High
Tobelo
Cloud increasing 24 34 20% High
Toli-Toli
Possible shower 24 33 20% Very High
Waingapu
Mostly sunny 22 30 10% Very High
Wamena
Possible shower 13 26 20% Moderate
Yogyakarta
Mostly sunny 18 33 10% High
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