Bamako Weather

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mostly sunny
Algiers  19/25 
sunny
Cairo  20/36 
thunderstorms
Cape Town  9/15 
Casablanca  17/23 
sunny
mostly sunny
Harare  9/22 
mostly sunny
Johannesburg  4/17 
rain
Lagos  25/29 
possible shower
Nairobi  13/24 

Now in Bamako

Temperature
32.0°C
Dew point
21.0°C
Relative humidity
52%
Feels like
34.0°C
Wind
SSW 11km/h
Pressure
1014.0hPa

Bamako Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Late thunder 27 36
Sat
Clearing shower 25 36
Sun
Thunderstorms clearing 25 35
Mon
Mostly sunny 25 37
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Mali Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bamako
Clearing shower 25 36 60% High
Bougouni
Showers easing 24 33 60% High
Gao
Mostly sunny 33 42 5% Very High
Hombori
Late thunder 30 39 60% Very High
Kayes
Mostly sunny 29 39 5% Very High
Kayes - MADIS Station GAKY
Mostly sunny 29 39 5% -
Kenieba
Mostly sunny 27 37 40% Very High
Kidal
Mostly sunny 29 42 5% Very High
Kita
Clearing shower 27 37 60% Very High
Koutiala
Possible thunderstorm 26 36 80% High
Menaka
Late shower 31 41 40% Very High
Mopti
Mostly sunny 29 39 20% Very High
Mopti Airport
Mostly sunny 29 39 20% -
Nara
Mostly sunny 30 41 5% Very High
Nioro du Sahel
Sunny 30 41 5% Very High
San
Late shower 28 38 40% Very High
Sénou - MADIS Station GABS
Clearing shower 25 36 60% -
Seï - MADIS Station GANR
Sunny 30 41 5% -
Segou
Mostly sunny 28 38 20% Very High
Sikasso
Late shower 24 34 80% High
Tessalit
Mostly sunny 30 44 5% Very High
Timbuktu
Mostly sunny 30 41 20% Very High
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