Yellowknife Weather

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Yellowknife  -17/-14 

Now in Yellowknife

Temperature
-20.0°C
Dew point
-22.0°C
Relative humidity
84%
Feels like
-25.4°C
Wind
NNE 9km/h
Pressure
-

Yellowknife Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Cloudy -17 -14
Mon
Cloudy -18 -14
Tue
Sunny -25 -18
Wed
Mostly sunny -25 -14
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Canada Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Calgary
Sunny -7 1 90% -
Charlottetown
Mostly sunny -6 1 5% -
Churchill
Snow showers -19 -17 80% -
Edmonton
Sunny -7 1 40% -
Fredericton
Mostly sunny -7 3 20% -
Halifax
Mostly sunny -3 3 5% -
Hollinger Pit
Late shower -4 1 90% -
Hoyle Pond
Late shower -5 1 90% -
Iskut
Snow showers -2 -1 90% -
Kamloops
Snow -4 3 90% -
Kelowna
Snow -4 1 90% -
Legacy Pamour Pit
Late shower -5 1 90% -
London
Increasing sunshine -2 5 20% Moderate
Montreal
Cloudy -3 3 20% -
Ottawa
Mostly sunny -5 4 20% -
Quebec
Cloudy -4 1 80% -
Regina
Sunny -8 1 60% -
Saint John
Mostly sunny -7 3 5% -
Saskatoon
Sunny -11 -1 20% -
St Johns
Mostly sunny -8 0 20% -
Tailings Dam
Late shower -5 1 90% -
Thunder Bay
Mostly sunny -7 3 20% -
Toronto
Mostly sunny -2 6 20% Moderate
Vancouver
Showers 3 8 90% -
Victoria
Showers 3 9 90% -
Whitehorse
Snow -11 -4 60% -
Winnipeg
Sunny -6 2 10% -
Yellowknife
Cloudy -17 -14 20% -
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Weather News

Queensland's first cyclone of the season predicted to form in the Gulf

16:52 EDT

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says it expects Queensland's first cyclone this season will form by Sunday afternoon in the Gulf of Carpentaria, near the Northern Territory-Queensland border.

A bit of rain on the way for a dry Perth

14:22 EDT

After a very dry couple of months, Perth is finally getting a run of wet days, albeit nothing too heavy.

'Rain guilt': When outback rain becomes a touchy subject to discuss with your neighbours

10:11 EDT

"Did you get any rain? How much did you get? Much rain up your way?" These questions are part of any conversation in rural Australia.