Bintulu Weather

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Bangkok  27/35 
showers
thunderstorms
Brunei Darussalam  25/31 
mostly sunny
Denpasar  25/33 
thunderstorms
Ho Chi Minh  26/33 
Jakarta  26/33 
drizzle
Kuala Lumpur  25/35 
thunderstorms
thunderstorms
Manila  26/34 
Port Moresby  24/29 
thunderstorms
Singapore  24/35 
showers
drizzle
Taipei  17/22 

Bintulu Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Thunderstorms 25 30
Fri
Thunderstorms 25 30
Sat
Thunderstorms 25 30
Sun
Mostly sunny 24 31
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Malaysia Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bintulu
Thunderstorms 25 30 90% High
Johore Bharu
Thunderstorms 25 31 90% Very High
Kota Bharu
Mostly cloudy 25 32 5% Very High
Kota Kinabalu
Mostly sunny 26 29 30% Very High
Kuala Lumpur
Thunderstorms 25 35 90% High
Kuantan
Mostly sunny 26 31 30% Very High
Kuching
Thunderstorms 25 30 90% High
Kudat
Mostly sunny 25 32 5% Very High
Labuan
Thunderstorms clearing 27 29 40% Very High
Langkawi
Clearing shower 28 31 30% Very High
Malacca
Mostly cloudy 25 33 30% High
Miri
Thunderstorms 25 30 90% Moderate
Pangkor Laut
Thunderstorms clearing 27 30 70% Very High
Penang
Thunderstorms 27 30 50% Very High
Sabah
Mostly sunny 25 31 10% Very High
Sandakan
Mostly sunny 25 30 5% -
Sibu
Thunderstorms 24 32 90% High
Tawau
Possible shower 25 30 60% Very High
Tioman
Mostly sunny 28 29 30% Very High
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