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World Weather for Wednesday June 28 2017



Middle East:  A ridge of high pressure will be sprawled across northern Saudi Arabia and southern Iraq.  Fine weather will govern many western regions of the Middle East as a result.  Pressures will be low over Afghanistan and Pakistan with showers and a few thunderstorms likely over the northeastern portions of both countries.  Minor showers are possible over Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the western coastline of Yemen.  Highs will reach 38 Yazd with sunny skies, 39 in Amman with sunshine, and 46 in Riyadh with sunny skies as well.

Europe:  Storms will be centered over Denmark and southern Scotland.  Pockets of rain and rather gusty winds are expected across much of western Europe.  The heaviest rain will be in place over France.  Lesser showers will extend from Poland northeast across Lithuania and Belarus to western European Russia.  The core of the warmest air will be in place over southeastern Europe.  Highs will reach 20 in Stockholm with mostly sunny skies, 23 in London with rain, and 33 in Rome with lots of sun.

United States and Canada:  Waves of low pressure will be positioned over the Dakotas and over southern Texas. Showers and thunderstorms will stretch from the Dakotas and Minnesota southwest across Iowa and Nebraska to parts of Oklahoma and western Texas.  Showers and thunderstorms are expected to the north of the Gulf of Mexico.  Other areas will be fairly quiet. Highs will reach 81F in New York City with mostly sunny skies, 88F in St. Louis with increasing clouds, and 102F in Las Vegas with lots of sun.

Asia:  A trough will produce showers over North Korea and southern Manchuria.  Showers are also possible over parts of central Japan and northern Mongolia.  Other central and northern areas of the continent will be very quiet.  Showers and strong thunderstorms will affect southern China and Myanmar.  Lesser showers are likely over parts of Vietnam, Laos, the Philippines, and Singapore.  Highs will reach 24 in Yokohama with variable cloudiness, 29 in Seoul with clouds and some sun along with the risk for a shower, and 30 in Hong Kong with isolated afternoon thunderstorms. 

Africa:  Showers and thunderstorms will extend from southern Mauritania and Ivory Coast east across Nigeria to southern Chad and the Central African Republic.  Lesser showers are projected for northern Congo, southern Sudan, and the interior of Ethiopia.  Scattered showers will still affect the coastal regions of southern Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique.  Most southern parts of the continent will be quiet with showers confined to the Western Cape and Eastern Cape regions of South Africa.  Highs will reach 19 in Cape Town where it will be breezy with a few showers, 26 in Maputo with scattered showers, and 32 in Algiers with lots of sun.

Australia and New Zealand:  A trough will be shifting east across southeastern Australia.  Showers and a few strong thunderstorms are expected over southern New South Wales.  Lesser showers will stretch from Adelaide east across Melbourne and Tasmania.  A few showers are also possible over the northern tip of that Cape York Peninsula.  Temperatures will be rather cold over Victoria and Tasmania.  Surface and upper-level high pressure will be positioned over Western Australia with fine weather expected there.  Cool, showery weather is indicated for much of New Zealand as the season's coldest temperatures cover the entire country.  Snow showers will fall over the highest elevations.  All of the precipitation will be relatively light.  Highs will reach 11 in Christchurch with a few showers, 22 in Brisbane with mostly sunny skies, and 31 in Broome with lots of sun. 

South America:  Conditions will be very quiet over much of South America.  A thin band of showers will extend from Cameroon southeast across Bolivia to parts of northern Argentina and Uruguay.  Minor showers are possible over the northern and eastern coastlines of Brazil.  Thunderstorms will be confined to parts of Venezuela and Colombia.  Conditions will be fairly quiet over most of the Amazon Basin.  Highs will reach 13 in La Paz with clouds and some sun, 17 in Bogota with a few thunderstorms, and 21 in Sao Paulo with mostly sunny skies.

 

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