Bago Weather

Asia map
Beijing  6/15 
mostly cloudy
thunderstorms
Colombo  25/29 
possible shower
Dhaka  25/32 
mostly sunny
Hong Kong  23/28 
Kathmandu  12/26 
possible thunderstorm
Male  28/28 
thunderstorms
sunny
Seoul  8/20 
drizzle
Shanghai  17/22 
mostly sunny
Tokyo  16/22 

Bago Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Possible thunderstorm 25 33
Thu
Possible thunderstorm 25 33
Fri
Possible thunderstorm 25 33
Sat
Possible thunderstorm 25 33
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Myanmar Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bago
Possible thunderstorm 25 33 40% Moderate
Bhamo
Possible shower 22 28 60% Moderate
Coco Island
Thunderstorms 29 30 80% High
Dawei
Mostly sunny 25 31 30% Moderate
Hpa-An
Possible thunderstorm 24 33 60% Moderate
Imphal
Thunderstorms 21 27 90% Moderate
Kengtung
Thunderstorms 18 25 80% Moderate
Kyaukpyu
Possible thunderstorm 27 31 40% Moderate
Lashio
Thunderstorms 19 26 90% Moderate
Mandalay
Showers easing 24 31 60% Moderate
Mawlamyine
Late shower 26 32 50% Moderate
Meiktila
Thunderstorms 24 31 80% Moderate
Mingaladon
Thunderstorms 25 32 80% Moderate
Myeik
Thunderstorms 26 31 90% Moderate
Myitkyina
Thunderstorms 21 27 80% Moderate
Pathein
Thunderstorms 25 32 90% Moderate
Putao
Thunderstorms 16 24 90% Moderate
Pyay
Thunderstorms 24 32 90% Moderate
Rangoon
Thunderstorms 25 32 80% -
Sandoway
Thunderstorms 25 32 80% Moderate
Sittwe
Mostly sunny 26 31 20% Moderate
Yangon
Showers 25 32 70% Moderate
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00:06 EDT

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