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Gurayat Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sat
Sunny 6 16
Sun
Cloud increasing 5 15
Mon
Showers increasing 8 14
Tue
Sunny 6 15
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Saudi Arabia Weather Forecasts for Monday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abha
Mostly sunny 13 20 30% Moderate
Al Bahah
Late shower 14 20 70% Moderate
Al Qaysumah
Possible shower 14 20 80% Moderate
Al Wajh
Sunny 15 23 5% Moderate
Arar
Showers easing 9 13 80% -
Bisha
Mostly sunny 16 27 20% Moderate
Dammam
Rain 20 22 80% -
Dawadmi
Clearing shower 16 22 50% Moderate
Dhahran
Rain 20 22 80% -
Gassim
Mostly sunny 11 22 20% Moderate
Gurayat
Showers increasing 8 14 50% -
Ha il
Mostly sunny 7 15 30% Moderate
Hafar Al-Batin
Late shower 13 20 50% Moderate
Hofuf
Showers 18 22 80% -
Jeddah
Mostly sunny 22 26 5% Moderate
Jizan
Thunderstorms 26 28 80% Moderate
Jubail
Heavy rain 20 22 90% -
Khamis Mushait
Mostly sunny 12 20 5% Moderate
Madinah
Sunny 9 21 5% Moderate
Makkah
Mostly sunny 18 28 20% Moderate
Najran
Mostly sunny 15 28 5% Moderate
Rafha
Possible shower 11 16 80% Moderate
Riyadh
Rain 12 22 80% Moderate
Sakakah
Showers 8 15 80% Moderate
Sharurah
Mostly sunny 19 32 5% Moderate
Ta if
Mostly cloudy 13 20 30% Moderate
Tabuk
Mostly sunny 5 16 5% Moderate
Turayf
Thunderstorms 8 13 50% -
Wadi Al Dawasir
Mostly sunny 20 31 30% Moderate
Yanbu
Sunny 15 25 5% Moderate
Yanbu
Sunny 15 25 5% Moderate
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Weather News

Australia will be sweltering next week, but Tasmania will be spared (mostly)

11:43 EDT

, but the same wind system that could push mainland states into record territory will have an entirely different effect on Tasmania.

Very hot spell on the way for Adelaide

11:26 EDT

A very hot four-day spree of 40 degrees plus is looming for Adelaide, and much of the rest of inland South Australia.

Mass baby bat deaths threatening the future of forests as effects of drought and bushfires mount

10:27 EDT

Baby bats are being left for dead by their mothers in their thousands on the New South Wales coast in an 'abandonment event' as drought and bushfire remove crucial vegetation for the keystone species.