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Yazd Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Frost then sunny -1 9
Wed
Mostly cloudy 0 12
Thu
Frost then sunny 2 11
Fri
Sunny 1 14
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Iran Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abadan
Sunny 7 17 5% Moderate
Abadeh
Frost then sunny -5 6 5% Moderate
Ahwaz
Mostly sunny 7 16 5% Moderate
Arak
Frost then sunny -5 4 5% Moderate
Bam
Sunny 2 10 5% Moderate
Bandar Lengeh
Sunny 15 20 5% Moderate
Bandar-Abbas
Sunny 13 19 5% Moderate
Birjand
Sunny -5 4 5% Moderate
Bojnourd
Frost then sunny -5 4 5% Moderate
Bushehr
Mostly sunny 12 16 5% Moderate
Chabahar
Sunny 15 21 5% Moderate
Esfahan
Frost then sunny -5 7 5% Moderate
Fasa
Sunny 1 10 5% Moderate
Gachsaran
Sunny 4 13 5% Moderate
Gorgan
Sunny 2 11 5% Moderate
Iranshahr
Sunny 4 15 5% Moderate
Jask
Sunny 16 20 5% Moderate
Kashan
Frost then sunny -1 7 5% Moderate
Kerman
Frost then sunny -4 5 5% Moderate
Kermanshah
Frost then sunny -3 6 5% Moderate
Khoy
Frost then sunny -9 0 20% -
Mashhad
Frost then sunny -4 4 5% Moderate
Masjed-Soleyman
Mostly sunny 6 15 5% Moderate
Omidiyeh
Mostly sunny 7 15 20% Moderate
Qasr-e Shirin
Mostly sunny 3 13 5% Moderate
Qazvin
Frost then sunny -4 5 30% Moderate
Ramsar
Mostly sunny 5 9 20% Moderate
Rasht
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% Moderate
Sabzevar
Sunny -3 6 5% Moderate
Saghez
Frost then sunny -10 3 20% Moderate
Sanandaj
Frost then sunny -6 4 20% Moderate
Semnan
Frost then sunny -3 4 5% Moderate
Shahrekord
Frost then sunny -7 5 5% Moderate
Shiraz
Frost then sunny -3 8 5% Moderate
Tabas
Frost then sunny 0 11 5% Moderate
Tabriz
Frost then sunny -11 -2 5% Moderate
Tehran
Hazy -1 8 20% Moderate
Urmia
Frost then sunny -9 -2 20% -
Yazd
Frost then sunny -1 9 5% Moderate
Zabol
Windy 4 10 5% Moderate
Zahedan
Frost then sunny -1 8 5% Moderate
Zanjan
Frost then sunny -9 1 5% Moderate
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11:25 EDT

Falls of up to 300 millimetres have swamped local creeks and rivers in north Queensland overnight as a monsoonal trough dumped rain on the region.

Townsville deluge triggers rockslide, causes flash flooding as the gulf gets more big falls

11:08 EDT

Torrential rainfall of more than half a metre in parts of north Queensland has caused localised flooding and a rock slide in Townsville, with the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) tipping the system will provide "the best rainfall" the area has seen in some time.

Bushfire contractors owed hundreds of thousands of dollars by NSW Rural Fire Service

10:38 EDT

Businesses who were employed to help battle fires in northern New South Wales five months ago are yet to be paid by the state's Rural Fire Service.