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World Weather for Monday June 25 2018

Middle East:  A few showers are possible over northeastern Pakistan.  Other sections of the Middle East will be very quiet with varying amounts of cloudiness.  Highs will reach 39 in Islamabad with a few showers, 42 in Riyadh was sunshine, and 44 in Kandahar with lots of sun. 

Europe:  Conditions will be very quiet over much of Europe and Scandinavia.  A trough will produce some rain over European Russia's Kola Peninsula.  Showers are possible over northwestern Spain, northern Portugal, southern Italy, Greece, and Bulgaria.  An upper-air ridge will extend from England northeast to Norway.  Highs will reach 21 in Copenhagen with mostly sunny skies, 21 in Zagreb with variable cloudiness, and 33 in Madrid with lots of sun.

United States and Canada:  A stationary frontal boundary will extend from Virginia and North Carolina west to will a wave of low pressure over Kansas.  Showers and thunderstorms are anticipated over Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, and northern Arkansas.  Showers and thunderstorms will extend from Oklahoma north across the Kansas to the Dakotas and eastern Wyoming.  Some rain is likely over northern Saskatchewan and over many regions of British Columbia.  Showers will affect areas along the Quebec and New England border and Nova Scotia.  Highs will reach 54F in Halifax with rain, 80F in New York City with a mix of sun and clouds, and 97F in Dallas with hazy sunshine.

Asia:  Showers and thunderstorms will stretch from Gujarat south along the west coast of India.  Some rain is also indicated for Orissa.  A few minor showers will dot Sri Lanka.  A storm system will produce showers and thunderstorms over northern Manchuria.  A band and thunderstorms will extend from southern Japan southwest to the interior regions of central and southern China.  Thunderstorms will also target northern and southern regions of Myanmar.  Lesser showers are indicated over the Philippines.  Highs will reach 29 in Mumbai with clouds, sun, and thunderstorms, 30 in Hong Kong with variable cloudiness and the risk for a thunderstorm, and 33 in Seoul with partly sunny skies.

Africa:  Thunderstorms will target southern Mali and some northern portions of Sudan.  Lesser showers are indicated for parts of Niger, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, and northern Congo.  Isolated showers will affect the coastal regions of Tanzania and northern Mozambique.  Highs will reach 17 in Johannesburg with partly sunny skies, 28 in Tunis with sunshine, and also 28 in Douala with a few showers.

Australia and New Zealand:  A few showers are possible over the eastern interior of Australia.  Other sections of the country will be quiet as high pressure drifts east across the central, southern coastline.  The season's coldest temperatures will encompass New Zealand's South Island with some areas of rain and higher-elevation snow expected.  Rain showers will affect the North Island. Highs will reach 11 in Dunedin with showers, 17 in Sydney with fair skies, and 20 in Perth with variable cloudiness.

South America:  Showers and thunderstorms will target the western Guinea Highlands, Venezuela, and Colombia.  Lesser showers are expected over far western Brazil, northern Bolivia, interior Peru, and Ecuador.  Minor showers are possible around Sao Paulo.  All other central, eastern, and southern portions of South America will experience quiet conditions.  Temperatures will be cold over the southern halves of Chile and Argentina.  Highs will reach 16 in Bogota with thunderstorms, 17 in Porto Alegre with partly sunny skies, and 28 in Salvador with mostly sunny skies.


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