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Kyaukpyu Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Clearing shower 25 28
Wed
Mostly sunny 26 29
Thu
Mostly sunny 26 31
Fri
Late shower 27 30
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Myanmar Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bago
Mostly sunny 24 32 30% Moderate
Bhamo
Mostly sunny 20 29 5% Moderate
Coco Island
Thunderstorms 28 29 90% Moderate
Dawei
Mostly sunny 24 31 5% Moderate
Hpa-An
Mostly sunny 23 33 5% Moderate
Imphal
Mostly sunny 18 28 5% Moderate
Kengtung
Fog then sunny 17 26 30% Moderate
Kyaukpyu
Late shower 27 30 50% Moderate
Lashio
Clearing shower 17 27 50% Moderate
Mandalay
Mostly sunny 23 30 20% Moderate
Mawlamyine
Mostly sunny 24 32 5% Moderate
Meiktila
Mostly sunny 23 31 20% Moderate
Mingaladon
Mostly sunny 24 32 20% Moderate
Myeik
Mostly sunny 25 30 20% High
Myitkyina
Mostly sunny 18 28 20% Moderate
Pathein
Clearing shower 24 31 50% Moderate
Putao
Mostly sunny 14 24 20% Moderate
Pyay
Possible thunderstorm 24 31 50% Moderate
Rangoon
Mostly sunny 24 32 5% -
Sandoway
Thunderstorms 25 31 80% Moderate
Sittwe
Mostly sunny 26 30 30% Moderate
Yangon
Mostly sunny 25 32 5% Moderate
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