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Now in Kyushu

Temperature
9.0°C
Dew point
0.0°C
Relative humidity
53%
Feels like
2.3°C
Wind
W 24km/h
Pressure
1021.0hPa

Kyushu Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Mon
Mostly cloudy 7 9
Tue
Mostly sunny 6 10
Wed
Rain developing 5 11
Thu
Heavy rain 11 15
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Japan Weather Forecasts for Monday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Akita
Showers 2 5 90% -
Aomori
Rain and snow 0 3 90% -
Fuji
Mostly sunny -1 7 5% Moderate
Fukui
Showers 5 8 90% -
Fukuoka
Mostly sunny 8 11 10% Moderate
Hiroshima
Mostly cloudy 5 11 10% -
Izumo
Showers increasing 7 7 70% Moderate
Kansai International Airport
Mostly cloudy 7 10 5% -
Kochi
Mostly sunny 3 10 5% Moderate
Kushiro
Snow -4 0 90% -
Kyushu
Mostly cloudy 7 9 5% Moderate
Miyazaki
Mostly sunny 5 12 5% Moderate
Nagasaki
Mostly cloudy 9 10 5% Moderate
Nagoya
Mostly sunny 2 10 50% Moderate
Naha
Mostly cloudy 15 20 70% Moderate
Niigata
Windy with rain 7 7 90% -
Osaka
Mostly sunny 5 12 40% Moderate
Sapporo
Snow -3 2 90% -
Sendai
Possible shower 1 7 90% -
Tokyo
Sunny 3 13 5% Moderate
Tottori
Possible shower 5 8 90% -
Toyama
Showers 4 8 90% -
Wakkanai
Snow showers -3 -1 80% -
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Weather News

Dubbo, Nyngan and Parkes hoped for rain but were instead plunged into 'complete darkness' by 'worst dust storm to date'

10:43 EDT

Residents in western New South Wales were hoping for rain, after a promising forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology, instead they received what many are calling "the worst dust storm to date".

Bureau of Meteorology predicts wet weather and cooler temperatures for Darwin

10:32 EDT

Darwin has only recorded a third of the rain it usually does before January 20, but the return of monsoonal conditions this morning is set to help the Northern Territory capital catch up.

Melbourne suburbs struck by damaging hail and wind with more storms on the way

10:08 EDT

Heavy rain is on its way to Melbourne, possibly bringing more hail, as eastern suburbs recover from flash flooding and a belting of golf ball-sized hail that destroyed skylights and roofs.