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Sanandaj Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Sunny 11 28
Sat
Sunny 10 27
Sun
Sunny 11 27
Mon
Sunny 11 25
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Iran Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abadan
Sunny 28 43 5% Moderate
Abadeh
Sunny 12 27 5% High
Ahwaz
Sunny 27 43 5% Moderate
Arak
Cloud increasing 12 27 20% Moderate
Bam
Sunny 20 35 5% High
Bandar Lengeh
Sunny 28 34 5% High
Bandar-Abbas
Sunny 27 36 5% High
Birjand
Sunny 12 28 5% Moderate
Bojnourd
Mostly cloudy 11 23 70% Moderate
Bushehr
Sunny 29 34 5% Moderate
Chabahar
Sunny 27 31 5% High
Esfahan
Cloud increasing 16 30 5% Moderate
Fasa
Sunny 17 31 5% High
Gachsaran
Sunny 21 35 5% Moderate
Gorgan
Thunderstorms 19 25 80% Moderate
Iranshahr
Sunny 19 37 5% High
Jask
Sunny 29 33 5% High
Kashan
Sunny 19 31 5% Moderate
Kerman
Mostly sunny 13 30 5% High
Kermanshah
Sunny 14 29 5% Moderate
Khoy
Mostly sunny 14 27 5% Moderate
Mashhad
Mostly sunny 10 24 30% Moderate
Masjed-Soleyman
Sunny 24 40 5% Moderate
Omidiyeh
Sunny 26 42 5% Moderate
Qasr-e Shirin
Sunny 22 38 5% Moderate
Qazvin
Sunny 14 26 5% Moderate
Ramsar
Late shower 19 22 50% Moderate
Rasht
Mostly sunny 20 26 30% Moderate
Sabzevar
Mostly sunny 15 29 30% Moderate
Saghez
Sunny 10 26 5% Moderate
Sanandaj
Sunny 11 27 5% Moderate
Semnan
Sunny 17 28 30% Moderate
Shahrekord
Cloud increasing 8 26 5% High
Shiraz
Sunny 13 30 5% High
Tabas
Sunny 19 35 5% Moderate
Tabriz
Mostly sunny 13 26 5% Moderate
Tehran
Sunny 19 29 5% Moderate
Urmia
Mostly sunny 14 25 5% Moderate
Yazd
Mostly sunny 18 32 5% Moderate
Zabol
Sunny 22 35 5% Moderate
Zahedan
Sunny 13 29 5% High
Zanjan
Mostly sunny 11 24 5% Moderate
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