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Enugu Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Thunderstorms 23 27
Sat
Thunderstorms 23 28
Sun
Thunderstorms 23 29
Mon
Thunderstorms 23 28
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Nigeria Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abuja
Thunderstorms 23 28 80% -
Aligbolu - MADIS Station DNPO
Thunderstorms 23 27 90% -
Barikin Jirga Summa - MADIS Station DNJO
Thunderstorms 20 26 90% -
Bida
Thunderstorms 25 31 60% Moderate
Calabar
Thunderstorms 23 27 90% Moderate
Calabar Airport
Thunderstorms 23 27 90% -
Emene - MADIS Station DNEN
Thunderstorms 23 27 80% -
Enugu
Thunderstorms 23 27 80% Moderate
Gusau
Late thunder 25 34 80% Very High
Ibadan
Thunderstorms 24 28 90% Moderate
Ibadan Airport
Thunderstorms 24 29 90% -
Ilorin
Thunderstorms 23 29 80% Moderate
Jos
Thunderstorms 20 25 90% Moderate
Kaduna
Thunderstorms 23 28 40% Very High
Kano
Late thunder 25 35 60% High
Kano Airport
Late thunder 26 35 60% -
Lagos
Rain 24 29 90% Moderate
Maiduguri
Late shower 28 37 40% Very High
Maiduguri
Late shower 28 37 40% -
Makurdi
Thunderstorms 24 29 60% Moderate
Oshogbo
Thunderstorms 23 28 90% Moderate
Port Harcourt
Thunderstorms 23 27 90% Moderate
Rumnde Kofa - MADIS Station DNYO
Late thunder 25 33 60% -
Shogunle - MADIS Station DNMM
Thunderstorms 25 29 90% -
Sokoto
Late thunder 28 37 80% Very High
Sokoto Airport
Late thunder 28 37 80% -
Ungwan Lumbayi - MADIS Station DNZA
Thunderstorms 23 30 80% -
Yola
Late thunder 25 33 60% High
Zaria
Thunderstorms 23 30 80% High
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