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Auckland  11/16 
mostly sunny
Beijing  6/20 
sunny
rain
Brasilia  20/27 
mostly sunny
Buenos Aires  12/23 
mostly sunny
Cape Town  11/19 
thunderstorms
Lagos  24/28 
mostly cloudy
London  7/13 
Los Angeles  18/32 
sunny
showers
Mexico City  13/18 
possible shower
Moscow  10/12 
New Delhi  19/32 
sunny
showers
New York  12/18 
thunderstorms
Singapore  24/32 
drizzle
Tokyo  16/21 
showers
Vancouver  7/13 
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Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

Station Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Auckland
Mostly sunny 11 16 90% Very High
Beijing
Sunny 6 20 5% Moderate
Brasilia
Rain 20 27 90% Moderate
Buenos Aires
Mostly sunny 12 23 20% Moderate
Cape Town
Mostly sunny 11 19 40% High
Lagos
Thunderstorms 24 28 90% Moderate
London
Mostly cloudy 7 13 30% -
Los Angeles
Sunny 18 32 5% Moderate
Mexico City
Showers 13 18 90% Moderate
Moscow
Possible shower 10 12 60% -
New Delhi
Sunny 19 32 5% Moderate
New York
Showers 12 18 90% -
Singapore
Thunderstorms 24 32 90% -
Tokyo
Drizzle 16 21 90% Moderate
Vancouver
Showers 7 13 5% -
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Weather News

Storms rumble across QLD

17:14 EDT

Southeast Queensland residents wishing for a peaceful sleep-in this morning were disappointed, as storms began firing up around sunrise.

Cold start to the weekend for NSW

12:25 EDT

Large swathes of NSW awoke to a frigid morning on Saturday with temperatures dropping three-to-six degrees below average.

Irrigators slam Murray-Darling Basin Authority for releasing satellite images

11:44 EDT

Irrigators have slammed the Murray-Darling Basin Authority for releasing images of farm dams filled with water in drought-affected parts of the state, likening the move to the controversial "Aussie Farms" activist website.