Addis Ababa Weather

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Now in Addis Ababa

Temperature
16.0°C
Dew point
14.0°C
Relative humidity
88%
Feels like
15.8°C
Wind
NW 7km/h
Pressure
1026.0hPa

Addis Ababa Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Thunderstorms 12 21
Sat
Rain 12 19
Sun
Showers 13 20
Mon
Thunderstorms 12 19
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Ethiopia Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Addis Ababa
Showers 13 20 80% High
Arba Minch
Thunderstorms 16 22 90% Moderate
Asosa
Thunderstorms 19 25 90% Moderate
Awash
Thunderstorms 22 33 60% Very High
Awassa
Thunderstorms 14 20 90% High
Axum
Thunderstorms 16 26 90% Very High
Bahir Dar
Thunderstorms 16 22 90% High
Bako
Thunderstorms 18 24 90% Moderate
Debre Marqos
Thunderstorms 14 20 90% Very High
Debre Zeyit
Thunderstorms 14 23 80% High
Dire Dawa
Thunderstorms 21 30 80% Very High
Ginir
Thunderstorms 15 24 90% High
Gode
Late shower 24 34 60% Very High
Gondar
Thunderstorms 15 22 90% High
Gore
Thunderstorms 15 21 90% Moderate
Jijiga
Late thunder 17 26 60% Very High
Jimma
Thunderstorms 14 21 90% Moderate
Kebri Dahar
Mostly cloudy 23 31 20% High
Kombolcha
Showers increasing 17 27 40% Very High
Masslo
Thunderstorms 17 25 90% High
Mek ele
Late shower 16 28 40% Very High
Negele Boran
Mostly sunny 17 26 40% High
Ādīs - MADIS Station HAAB
Showers 13 20 80% -
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