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World Weather for Tuesday October 24 2017


Middle East:  Pressures will be low over far western Turkey with some shower activity likely there.  Other regions of the Middle East will remain very quiet.  Temperatures will be mild from northern Syria and Turkey east to Turkmenistan and still warm farther south.  Highs will reach 27 in Beirut with mostly sunny skies, 29 in Islamabad with sunshine, and 30 in Baghdad with lots of sun.

Europe:  Surface high pressure areas will be positioned over western European Russia and southern Germany.  Fine weather will dominate much of Scandinavia, European Russia, and northern Europe as a result.  A storm system will be positioned over the southern Adriatic Sea.  Light to moderate rain will affect southern Italy, Greece, western Bulgaria, the Balkans, and western Romania.  Lesser showers will affect Belarus and western Ukraine.  A frontal system will produce a few showers over northern and central Finland.  Temperatures will be quite warm over Spain and Portugal and rather cold over the northern portions of European Russia.  Highs will reach 16 in Sofia with a few showers, 16 in London with a few showers, and 21 in Rome with variable cloudiness.

United States and Canada:  A storm system will be positioned over the eastern Great Lakes with a cold front extending south to Florida.  Showers and pockets of heavier rain will extend from Florida and Georgia north across the Carolinas to parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, southeastern Ontario, and Quebec.  Most western regions of the continent will be quiet with rain confined to the northern coastal regions of British Columbia.  Temperatures will be turning colder over the northern portions of the United States.  Highs will reach 46F in Minneapolis with showers, 59F in Vancouver with partly sunny skies, and 74F in Boston with increasing clouds followed by nighttime showers.

Asia:  Tropical Storm Lan will be moving steadily northeast and away from Japan.  Gusty winds and areas of rain are still expected over the far north of the country early in the day.  A large area of surface high pressure will be positioned over the coastal regions of central China with fine weather expected over much of China, Mongolia, Manchuria, and the Koreas.  Showers will be confined to areas along the China and Myanmar border.  A few showers and thunderstorms are indicated over Thailand, Cambodia, southern Vietnam, and the Philippines.  Highs will reach 21 in Seoul with sunshine, 22 in Osaka with gradual clearing, and 24 in Taipei with variable cloudiness. 

Africa:  A wave of low pressure will be positioned over the coastal regions of Libya with showers expected along the immediate coastline there.  A secondary system will produce showers over Congo, Cameroon, Gabon, the Central African Republic, and southern Sudan.  A few thunderstorms are possible over the interior of Tanzania.  Some showers are also possible over the eastern interior of South Africa.  Highs will reach 29 in Cairo with sunshine, 30 in Lagos with partly sunny skies, and 31 in Harare with lots of sun.

Australia and New Zealand:  A small storm system will produce showers over Australia's central, southern coastline.  High pressure will be positioned near Sydney with fair weather expected elsewhere across the country.  A few showers are possible over far northern New Zealand.  Other regions of New Zealand will be quiet.  Highs will reach 20 in Christchurch with a mix of sun and clouds, 26 in Brisbane with variable cloudiness, and 33 in Port Hedland with lots of sun.

South America:  A frontal boundary will produce a thin band of showers and thunderstorms.  The activity will extend from the Rio de Janeiro area of eastern Brazil northwest to Columbia and northern Peru.  Some showers are also expected over Ecuador and the Guinea Highlands.  Other regions of South America will be very quiet.  Highs will reach 24 in Cordoba with variable cloudiness, 25 in Quito with a few thunderstorms, and 32 in Brasilia with scattered showers.


 

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