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Now in Yangon

Temperature
28.0°C
Dew point
25.0°C
Relative humidity
84%
Feels like
32.6°C
Wind
SSE 9km/h
Pressure
1003.0hPa

Yangon Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Heavy showers 26 28
Wed
Thunderstorms 26 29
Thu
Thunderstorms 26 30
Fri
Thunderstorms 26 30
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Myanmar Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bago
Heavy showers 25 27 90% Moderate
Bhamo
Thunderstorms 25 30 90% Moderate
Coco Island
Thunderstorms 29 29 90% Moderate
Dawei
Thunderstorms 25 27 90% Moderate
Hpa-An
Thunderstorms 25 27 90% Moderate
Imphal
Thunderstorms 25 30 90% Moderate
Kengtung
Thunderstorms 21 27 90% Moderate
Kyaukpyu
Thunderstorms 27 28 90% Moderate
Lashio
Thunderstorms 22 28 90% Moderate
Mandalay
Thunderstorms 26 32 90% Moderate
Mawlamyine
Thunderstorms 26 27 90% Moderate
Meiktila
Thunderstorms 25 31 90% Moderate
Mingaladon
Heavy showers 26 27 90% Moderate
Myeik
Thunderstorms 26 27 90% Moderate
Myitkyina
Thunderstorms 24 31 90% Moderate
Pathein
Thunderstorms 26 27 90% Moderate
Putao
Thunderstorms 20 27 90% Moderate
Pyay
Thunderstorms 25 28 90% Moderate
Rangoon
Heavy rain 26 27 90% -
Sandoway
Heavy showers 25 27 90% Moderate
Sittwe
Thunderstorms 27 29 90% Moderate
Yangon
Heavy showers 26 28 90% Moderate
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