World Cup weather by MET Office
Friday 18, June 2010
The Met Office are providing a weather forecast for the venues of the World Cup finals.
The World Cup will, for the first time, be taking place in Africa, with South Africa playing the host nation for what is regarded as the world's largest sporting spectacular.
The tournament is scheduled to take place between 11 June and 11 July and spectators at the stadiums, FIFA Fan Fest™, fan walks and public viewing areas/fan jols are advised to prepare and plan for the weather
Check the weather forecast for the World Cup 2010, South Africa on World Cup website
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