Cuzco Weather

South America map
frost then sunny
Cuzco  2/14 

Now in Cuzco

Temperature
14.0°C
Dew point
4.0°C
Relative humidity
51%
Feels like
12.0°C
Wind
SE 3km/h
Pressure
1036.0hPa

Cuzco Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Frost then sunny 2 14
Sat
Frost then sunny 1 15
Sun
Clearing shower 2 13
Mon
Clearing shower 1 14
Select a country     Select a city

Peru Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Andahuaylas
Mostly sunny 4 14 20% Moderate
Arequipa
Mostly sunny 8 19 5% Moderate
Atalaya
Showers easing 20 29 60% Moderate
Ayacucho
Mostly sunny 4 15 20% Moderate
Cajamarca
Mostly sunny 6 17 5% High
Chachapoyas
Clearing shower 11 19 40% Moderate
Challhuahuacho
Frost then sunny 0 13 5% -
Chiclayo
Possible shower 17 22 60% High
Chimbote
Possible shower 15 20 60% Moderate
Cuzco
Frost then sunny 2 14 20% Moderate
Huanuco
Mostly sunny 6 17 20% Moderate
Huaraz
Sunny 2 14 5% High
Iquitos
Thunderstorms 23 28 90% Moderate
Juanjui
Possible shower 19 28 60% Moderate
Juliaca
Frost then sunny 0 12 5% Moderate
Lima
Mostly sunny 15 19 20% Moderate
Pisco
Mostly sunny 15 20 5% Moderate
Piura
Increasing sunshine 18 29 5% Moderate
Puerto Maldonado
Mostly cloudy 21 30 5% Moderate
Rioja
Possible shower 17 25 40% Moderate
Tacna
Sunny 12 21 20% Moderate
Talara
Mostly sunny 19 24 5% Moderate
Tarapoto
Showers 20 28 80% Moderate
Tingo Maria
Late shower 15 25 40% Moderate
Trujillo
Mostly sunny 17 21 40% Moderate
Tumbes
Mostly sunny 21 27 20% Moderate
Yurimaguas
Possible shower 22 30 60% Moderate
Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Snow season update

17:37 EST

While Australia's natural snow depth only increased slightly over the last week, the ski slopes have been enjoying ideal snowmaking conditions.

Freezing start to Thursday

10:44 EST

Australia registered its lowest June temperature in eight years on Thursday morning as frost formed in every state and territory.

LNP senator Ian Macdonald spent $25,000 on pre-election ads under 'exceptional circumstances'

05:12 EST

Two months before the election, a Queensland LNP senator spent thousands of taxpayer dollars advertising his face and name alongside information about the availability of flood relief.