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Chania Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Mon
Mostly sunny 16 18
Tue
Sunny 16 18
Wed
Mostly sunny 16 18
Thu
Mostly cloudy 16 18
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Greece Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Alexandroupoli
Mostly sunny 12 15 20% -
Andravida
Mostly sunny 13 17 20% -
Araxos
Mostly sunny 14 17 20% -
Athens
Sunny 9 19 5% -
Chania
Sunny 16 18 5% -
Chios
Mostly sunny 14 17 5% -
Chrysoupoli
Mostly sunny 8 13 20% -
Corfu
Mostly cloudy 14 17 30% -
Elefsina
Mostly sunny 10 16 5% -
Ermoupoli
Mostly sunny 17 18 20% -
Heraklion
Sunny 13 18 5% -
Kalamata
Mostly sunny 9 17 5% -
Kardamena
Mostly sunny 16 18 5% -
Karpathos
Mostly sunny 18 18 5% -
Kastoria
Frost then sunny 2 12 5% -
Kefalonia
Mostly cloudy 14 17 50% -
Kithira
Mostly sunny 17 18 20% -
Kozani
Sunny 4 12 20% -
Larissa
Mostly sunny 6 12 20% -
Maritsa
Mostly sunny 15 18 5% -
Mykonos
Mostly sunny 17 18 20% -
Myrina
Mostly sunny 14 16 5% -
Mytilini
Sunny 13 16 5% -
Naxos
Mostly sunny 15 18 5% -
Nea Anchialos
Mostly sunny 8 14 20% -
Parikia
Mostly sunny 16 18 20% -
Preveza
Mostly sunny 13 17 20% -
Rhodes
Mostly sunny 16 18 5% -
Skiathos
Mostly sunny 14 15 20% -
Tanagra
Mostly sunny 9 16 5% -
Tatoi
Mostly sunny 9 16 5% -
Thessaloniki
Mostly sunny 8 13 20% -
Thira
Mostly sunny 17 18 20% -
Tripolis
Mostly sunny 6 15 5% -
Vathy
Mostly sunny 13 16 5% -
Zakinthos
Mostly sunny 16 18 50% -
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Weather News

BOM forecasts South-East Queensland's hot weather to break records as temperatures head for the 40s

10:08 EDT

South-East Queensland is in for a scorcher today with the weather bureau anticipating records could be broken.

WA's harvest 2019 'very light on' after last year's record-breaking crop

06:45 EDT

It's been a very unusual year for Australia's most productive grain growing state, with some regions faring better than others.

Dire predictions for future Kimberley heatwaves, but climate scientists warn against 'crying wolf'

06:28 EDT

Climate scientists have cautioned against "crying wolf" on the unfolding impacts of climate change, as new research suggests a dramatic upswing in heatwaves across northern Australia.