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World Weather for Saturday June 26 2021

Middle East:  Minor showers are possible over north-central Turkey, western Yemen, northeastern Afghanistan, and northeastern Pakistan.  Other regions of the Middle East will be quiet with high pressure situated over Iran.  Highs will reach 33 in Jeddah with sunshine, 35 in Saravan with sunshine, and a hot 47 in Baghdad with mostly sunny skies.

Europe:  A cluster of troughs will produce scattered showers that will stretch from England east across northern Germany and northern Poland to parts of Belarus.  Showers are also possible over parts of Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania.  Other regions of Europe and Scandinavia will be quiet.  Highs will reach 20 in London with a few showers, 20 in Helsinki with partly sunny skies, and 31 in Rome with a mix of sun and clouds.

United States and Canada:  Waves of low pressure will be situated over eastern Quebec and Illinois with a frontal boundary extending from northern Quebec southwest all the way to the and southern New Mexico and Texas border.  Showers and thunderstorms will affect southeastern Ontario, southern Michigan, northern Illinois, and Iowa.  Lesser showers will affect eastern Quebec, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado.  Onshore winds will lead to some shower activity over Georgia, Florida, and the coastal regions of the Carolinas.  Areas of high pressure will be situated over western Ontario and Idaho with fair weather expected elsewhere across North America.  Highs will reach 84F in Calgary with mostly sunny skies, 80F in New York City with partly sunny skies, and a hot 92F in Seattle with full sunshine.

Asia:  Minor showers are possible over North Korea and southern Manchuria as well as over central Japan.  Thunderstorms will target parts of northeastern China, southwestern China, southern Thailand, and northeastern India.  A few thunderstorms are also expected over the northern Philippines.  Lesser showers will continue along India's southwestern coastline and over parts of both Cambodia and southern Vietnam.  Highs will reach 27 in Bangalore with variable cloudiness and a few showers, 29 in Pyongyang with some rain likely, and also 29 in Manila with thunderstorms.

Africa:  Skies will be generally fair across northern Africa with high pressure positioned over the coast of Libya.  Most southern sections of the continent will also be quiet with showers confined to parts of southern South Africa and southern Mozambique.  Thunderstorms are expected over southern Mali and Ivory Coast.  Lesser showers will extend from Nigeria and Cameroon east to the Ethiopian Highlands.  Highs will reach 22 in Durban with a mix of sun and clouds, 27 in Lagos with a few showers and thunderstorms, and 28 in Alexandria with lots of sun.

Australia and New Zealand:  High pressure will be positioned to the west of Adelaide with fair weather indicated for much of Australia.  A frontal boundary will produce showers over eastern Queensland.  A few showers are possible to the south of Perth over southwestern Australia.  Minor showers will affect the eastern, coastal regions of Victoria as well as spots over Tasmania.  Some rain is indicated for central New Zealand.  Highs will reach 8 in Dunedin with clouds and sun, 15 in Sydney with partly sunny skies, and also 15 in Adelaide with lots of sun.

South America:  Areas of  h igh pressure will be positioned over northern Argentina and northeastern Brazil with fair weather expected over much of South America.  Convergence between the two highs will produce showers and a few thunderstorms over parts of southeastern Brazil.  Minor showers are projected for areas along the Bolivia and Peru border.  Pressures will be low over Venezuela with thunderstorms likely there and over Columbia.  Highs will reach 20 in Lima with partly sunny skies, 26 in Asuncion with mostly sunny skies, and also 26 in Salvador with lots of sun.


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