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Auckland  13/17 
mostly sunny
Beijing  12/26 
sunny
mostly sunny
Brasilia  16/28 
rain
Buenos Aires  12/19 
showers
Cape Town  11/14 
thunderstorms
Lagos  22/34 
mostly cloudy
London  13/19 
Los Angeles  11/21 
sunny
late shower
Mexico City  13/26 
sunny
Moscow  7/21 
New Delhi  24/37 
mostly sunny
thunderstorms
New York  19/27 
thunderstorms
Singapore  25/33 
drizzle
Tokyo  17/23 
showers
Vancouver  13/15 
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Weather Forecasts for Monday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Mostly sunny 13 17 40% Low
Beijing
Sunny 12 26 5% High
Brasilia
Mostly sunny 16 28 20% Moderate
Buenos Aires
Rain 12 19 90% -
Cape Town
Showers 11 14 90% Moderate
Lagos
Thunderstorms 22 34 90% High
London
Mostly cloudy 13 19 80% Moderate
Los Angeles
Sunny 11 21 30% High
Mexico City
Late shower 13 26 60% Very High
Moscow
Sunny 7 21 5% Moderate
New Delhi
Mostly sunny 24 37 20% Very High
New York
Thunderstorms 19 27 70% Moderate
Singapore
Thunderstorms 25 33 90% -
Tokyo
Drizzle 17 23 90% Moderate
Vancouver
Showers 13 15 90% Moderate
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Weather News

Meteor captured on Northern Territory police CCTV raining 'purple light' over Top End

11:52 EST

A meteor has lit up the Northern Territory night sky with a flash that created "daylight" in Alice Springs and a noise that shook windows.

Big falls across Australia's Red Centre

12:37 EST

Central Australia has received a solid soaking over the weekend.

Fog shrouds Australia's southeast

12:05 EST

Thick fog developed over parts of the southeast on Sunday morning with visibility dropping to 100m.