Abha Weather

Middle East map
mostly sunny
Beirut  21/26 
Dubai  30/41 
mostly sunny
mostly sunny
Karachi  28/37 
sunny
Kuwait  30/46 
rain
Mumbai  25/32 
thunderstorms
New Delhi  27/40 
sunny
Tehran  26/36 
mostly sunny
Tel Aviv  24/28 

Abha Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Late thunder 23 32
Sat
Sunny 21 33
Sun
Late shower 21 32
Mon
Late thunder 20 32
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Saudi Arabia Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Abha
Sunny 21 33 5% Very High
Al Bahah
Mostly sunny 22 35 5% Very High
Al Qaysumah
Sunny 26 41 5% Very High
Al Wajh
Sunny 28 36 5% Very High
Arar
Sunny 24 39 5% Very High
Bisha
Sunny 23 37 5% Very High
Dammam
Sunny 31 37 5% Very High
Dawadmi
Sunny 24 39 5% Very High
Dhahran
Sunny 31 37 5% -
Gassim
Sunny 24 40 5% Very High
Gurayat
Sunny 19 33 5% Very High
Ha il
Sunny 24 38 5% Very High
Hafar Al-Batin
Sunny 25 41 5% Very High
Hofuf
Sunny 28 42 5% Very High
Jeddah
Mostly sunny 30 36 5% Very High
Jizan
Mostly sunny 31 34 5% Very High
Jubail
Sunny 31 36 5% Very High
Khamis Mushait
Sunny 19 32 5% Very High
Madinah
Sunny 26 42 5% Very High
Makkah
Sunny 29 43 5% Very High
Najran
Sunny 21 34 5% Very High
Rafha
Sunny 24 40 5% Very High
Riyadh
Sunny 26 40 5% Very High
Sakakah
Sunny 23 38 5% Very High
Sharurah
Sunny 26 39 5% Very High
Ta if
Sunny 23 37 5% Very High
Tabuk
Sunny 21 38 5% Very High
Turayf
Sunny 18 33 5% Very High
Wadi Al Dawasir
Sunny 25 41 5% Very High
Yanbu
Sunny 29 40 5% Very High
Yanbu
Sunny 29 40 5% Very High
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