Dodoma - MADIS Station HTDO Weather

Dodoma - MADIS Station HTDO Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Thunderstorms 20 27
Fri
Thunderstorms 20 25
Sat
Rain 20 24
Sun
Heavy showers 20 24
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Tanzania Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Arusha Airport
Possible shower 18 25 70% -
Bukoba - MADIS Station HTBU
Clearing shower 21 26 50% -
Dar es Salaam
Thunderstorms 27 30 90% High
Dar Es Salaam Airport
Thunderstorms 26 30 90% -
Dodoma - MADIS Station HTDO
Thunderstorms 20 27 90% -
Iringa Airport
Thunderstorms 18 23 90% -
Kigoma - MADIS Station HTKA
Thunderstorms 23 26 90% -
Kigoma Airport
Thunderstorms 23 26 90% -
Kilimanjaro
Possible shower 20 28 70% High
Morogoro - MADIS Station HTMG
Thunderstorms 22 27 90% -
Mtwara - MADIS Station HTMT
Thunderstorms 26 28 90% -
Mtwara Airport
Thunderstorms 26 28 90% -
Musoma
Mostly cloudy 20 26 30% -
Mwanza Airport
Showers 22 26 80% -
Olmotoni - MADIS Station HTAR
Possible shower 18 25 70% -
Songea
Rain 19 24 90% -
Sumbawanga
Heavy showers 17 20 90% -
Tabora Airport
Showers 19 27 90% -
Zanzibar
Possible thunderstorm 27 30 80% High
Zanzibar Kisauni
Possible thunderstorm 27 30 70% -
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