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World Weather for Sunday August 20 2017



Middle East:  Isolated showers are possible over northern Pakistan.  Other sections of the Middle East will be very quiet as a ridge of high pressure builds over the northern Arabian peninsula.  Highs will reach 31 in Kabul with sunshine, 32 in Ankara with sunshine, and 45 in Baghdad with lots of sun as well.

Europe:  Pockets of light to moderate rain and increasing winds are expected over Ireland in advance of an approaching low.  A storm system will be positioned over northern Italy.  Showers and thunderstorms are likely there and over the nearby portions of the northern Balkans, Austria, and the Czech Republic.  A branch of the jet stream will continue to produce some showers over parts of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.  Temperatures will be quite warm over southern and eastern Europe.  Highs will reach 18 in Zagreb with a few scattered showers, 22 in London with variable cloudiness, and 23 in Paris with mostly sunny skies.

United States and Canada:  A weak low will combine with onshore winds to produce scattered showers over parts of the southeastern United States.  The showers will affect areas of the Carolinas, Florida, and Georgia.  A few thunderstorms are likely along a line from Arizona northeast to Nebraska.  A front will trigger showers over Minnesota. Troughs will combine energy with a branch of the jet stream to produce showers along the Saskatchewan and Manitoba border.  Other western regions will remain very quiet.  Temperatures will be warm over all of the United States.  Highs will reach  75F in Winnipeg with mostly sunny skies, 82F in Cleveland with mostly sunny skies, and 90F in Orlando with isolated thunderstorms.

Asia:  A wave of low pressure will be hovering over the coastal regions of central China with showers and thunderstorms likely there.  Lesser showers will stretch east across the Korean Peninsula and parts of southern Japan.  A weaker storm system will be positioned over the interior of northern China with a few showers likely there.  Thunderstorms will target coastal Myanmar and coastal Thailand.  A few showers and thunderstorms are also indicated over the Philippines.  Temperatures will remain quite warm over all of Asia.  Highs will reach 32 in Beijing with hazy sunshine, 32 in Hong Kong with a mix of sun and clouds, and 33 in Osaka with a few thunderstorms likely.

Africa:  Surface and upper-level high pressure will be dominant over northern and northwestern Africa with fair skies continuing.  Apart from a few showers over eastern Madagascar, southern regions of the continent will also be very quiet.  Thunderstorms are likely over Mali, western Nigeria, Chad, northern Congo, and central Sudan.  Highs will reach 19 in Johannesburg with sunshine, 27 in Casablanca with a mix of sun and clouds, and 37 in Khartoum with isolated thunderstorms.

Australia and New Zealand:  A storm system will be hovering offshore from Adelaide over South Australia.  Showers are likely there.  Areas of high pressure will be anchored over western and eastern Australia with fair weather indicated for other regions of the country.  A weak system will produce a few showers over the northern half of New Zealand.  Temperatures will be rather cold over New Zealand's South Island.  Highs will reach 15 in Auckland with a few scattered showers, 23 in Brisbane with sunshine, and 29 in Darwin with mostly sunny skies. 

South America:  Areas of high pressure will be positioned over central Argentina and northeastern Brazil with fair weather expected over much of South America.  Convergence between the highs will produce showers and some thunderstorms over parts of southern Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and southeastern Brazil.  Thunderstorms are indicated for the far western Brazil as well as for spots over Venezuela, Colombia, and the Guinea Highlands.  Highs will reach 19 in Quito with variable cloudiness, 22 in Santiago with sunny skies, and 30 in Rio de Janeiro with isolated showers. 


 

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