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Yola Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Sunny 17 32
Mon
Mostly sunny 18 34
Tue
Mostly sunny 18 35
Wed
Mostly sunny 18 34
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Nigeria Weather Forecasts for Monday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abuja
Mostly sunny 20 35 5% -
Aligbolu - MADIS Station DNPO
Late shower 23 33 50% -
Barikin Jirga Summa - MADIS Station DNJO
Mostly sunny 14 29 5% -
Bida
Mostly sunny 20 36 5% High
Calabar
Fog then sunny 24 33 50% High
Calabar Airport
Fog then sunny 24 33 50% -
Emene - MADIS Station DNEN
Mostly sunny 21 35 5% -
Enugu
Mostly sunny 21 35 5% High
Gusau
Sunny 16 31 5% High
Ibadan
Mostly sunny 20 35 5% High
Ibadan Airport
Mostly sunny 20 35 5% -
Ilorin
Mostly sunny 19 35 5% High
Jos
Mostly sunny 14 29 5% High
Kaduna
Sunny 17 32 5% High
Kano
Sunny 14 30 5% High
Kano Airport
Sunny 14 29 5% -
Lagos
Fog then sunny 22 35 20% High
Maiduguri
Sunny 15 32 5% High
Maiduguri
Sunny 15 32 5% -
Makurdi
Mostly sunny 21 36 5% High
Oshogbo
Mostly sunny 19 35 5% High
Port Harcourt
Fog then sunny 23 34 30% High
Rumnde Kofa - MADIS Station DNYO
Mostly sunny 18 34 5% -
Shogunle - MADIS Station DNMM
Mostly sunny 23 32 20% -
Sokoto
Sunny 17 32 5% High
Sokoto Airport
Sunny 17 32 5% -
Ungwan Lumbayi - MADIS Station DNZA
Sunny 16 30 5% -
Yola
Mostly sunny 18 34 5% High
Zaria
Sunny 16 30 5% High
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Weather News

Flooding rainfall across southeastern QLD and northeastern NSW

12:15 EDT

Highly populated areas of the Brisbane, Gold Coast and northern Rivers area received flooding rainfall over the last few days.

French Island fire downgraded as rain hits fire-affected areas across the state

11:29 EDT

Thunderstorms forecast to hit Victoria this afternoon will bring much-needed humidity and rain into fire-affected areas, but there are fears flash flooding and strong winds could topple trees, create landslides and send debris onto roads.

Flash flooding on Gold Coast and Brisbane sparks calls for help as storms sweep Queensland

15:46 EDT

Dangerous storms described as a one-in-100-year event have swept through South-East Queensland overnight and into the morning, dumping heavy rain and causing flash flooding in parts of Brisbane and the Gold Coast.