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World Weather for Sunday May 28 2017


 

Middle East:  A trough will be positioned over northern Turkey with scattered showers expected across the entire north of the country.  In sharp contrast, all other sections of the Middle East will be extremely quiet.  A ridge of high pressure will be centered over the United Arab Emirates.  Mild air will be confined to western and central Turkey.  Highs will reach 33 in Jeddah with high clouds, 34 in Karachi with sunshine, and 40 in Baghdad with sunshine in abundance.

Europe:  A ridge of high pressure will extend from Switzerland north to Norway with surface high pressure positioned over the southern fringe of the Baltic Sea.  Fine weather will dominate much of Europe and Scandinavia as a result.  Troughs will produce some showers and thunderstorms over parts of Greece and western Turkey.  Isolated showers are still possible along the Romania and Ukraine border.  A trough will be moving onshore over western Portugal with a few showers likely there and over the nearby portions of western Spain and far western France.  Scattered showers are indicated for some central regions of Sweden.  Highs will reach 21 in Edinburgh with mostly sunny skies, 22 in Lisbon with variable cloudiness, and 31 in Rome with lots of sun.

United States and Canada:  Waves of low pressure will be positioned over Illinois, Virginia, and Texas with frontal boundaries extending in between.  Showers and thunderstorms will extend from Wisconsin and Michigan southwest across Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri to portions of Kentucky, Arkansas, and eastern Texas.  Lesser showers will stretch from Ohio southeast to Maryland and northern Virginia.  Most western portions of the continent will be quiet with showers confined to parts of Saskatchewan, southern Colorado, and northern Arizona.  An upper-level ridge will be sprawled across the coastal regions of northern California and Oregon.  Temperatures will be seasonable.  Highs will reach 56F in Halifax with mostly sunny skies, 72F in Chicago with showers and thunderstorms, and 74F in Washington with scattered thunderstorms.

Asia:  Conditions will be extremely quiet over much of central, northern, and eastern Asia with high pressure positioned over southern Japan.  Temperatures will be warming.  Showers will target areas along the China and Myanmar border.  Showers and a few thunderstorms are indicated for parts of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and the Philippines.  Highs will reach 22 in Yokohama with partly sunny skies, 28 in Seoul with lots of sun, and 34 in Manila with a few thunderstorms likely.

Africa:  Surface high pressure will be positioned along the Algeria and Libya border with fair weather indicated for all of northern Africa.  A few showers are possible over Mali, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Gabon, and the Central African Republic.  Isolated showers are also indicated over parts of southern Sudan and northern Congo.  A trough will induce a few showers and thunderstorms over northern Somalia.  Thunderstorms will target the coastal regions of Tanzania.  A few showers are possible over the coastal regions of southern South Africa.  Highs will reach 18 in Johannesburg with sunshine, 26 in Alexandria with sunshine, and 30 in Douala with variable cloudiness and a few showers.

Australia and New Zealand:  A potent storm system will be wound up to the south of Tasmania.  Gusty winds, cooler temperatures, and areas of rain are projected for Tasmania and southern Victoria.  Areas of surface high pressure will be positioned over Western Australia and central New Zealand with fair weather indicated for all other regions of both countries.  Highs will reach 15 in Christchurch with a mix of sun and clouds, 16 in Perth with mostly sunny skies, and 20 in Sydney with variable cloudiness.

South America:  Areas of surface high pressure will be positioned over eastern Brazil and offshore from the central Argentina.  Convergence between the two systems will lead to more showers and thunderstorms over southern Brazil and Uruguay.  Thunderstorms are also likely over Venezuela.  Lesser showers are indicated for parts of Peru, Colombia, western Brazil, and northern Brazil.  Highs will reach 10 in La Paz with mostly sunny skies, 15 in Cordoba with mostly sunny skies, and 18 in Lima with variable cloudiness.


 

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