Akita Weather

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Akita Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Windy with showers 7 6
Fri
Late shower 2 5
Sat
Thunderstorms 5 8
Sun
Clearing shower 2 4
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Japan Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Akita
Windy with showers 7 6 90% -
Aomori
Windy with rain 5 4 90% -
Fuji
Sunny 6 12 30% -
Fukui
Showers 8 8 90% -
Fukuoka
Mostly sunny 4 14 10% -
Hiroshima
Mostly sunny 7 11 5% -
Izumo
Mostly cloudy 7 8 30% -
Kansai International Airport
Clearing shower 10 10 5% -
Kochi
Mostly sunny 8 10 5% -
Kushiro
Clearing shower 7 9 50% -
Kyushu
Mostly cloudy 8 9 5% -
Miyazaki
Mostly sunny 10 13 5% Moderate
Nagasaki
Mostly cloudy 9 10 5% -
Nagoya
Mostly sunny 6 10 20% -
Naha
Mostly sunny 20 24 20% Moderate
Niigata
Windy with rain 10 9 90% -
Osaka
Mostly sunny 7 16 20% -
Sapporo
Snow -3 7 90% -
Sendai
Possible shower 7 10 70% -
Tokyo
Mostly cloudy 7 18 5% -
Tottori
Possible shower 8 8 90% -
Toyama
Showers 7 7 90% -
Wakkanai
Windy with snow 4 5 90% -
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17:46 EDT

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