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World Weather for Sunday August 14 2022

Middle East:  Showers and thunderstorms will continue across parts of eastern Afghanistan, northeastern Pakistan, and along the southwestern coastline of Pakistan.  Lesser showers are expected over the southern coastal regions of Yemen and over a few spots over southwestern Saudi Arabia.  Highs will reach 41 in Doha with partly sunny skies, 42 in Aleppo with sunshine, and 42 Baghdad with sunny skies.

Europe:  Areas of high pressure will be positioned over southern England and Belarus with more fine weather expected over all of northern Europe and Scandinavia.  Temperatures will be unseasonably warm.  A trough will produce some showers over central and southern France.  A trough will produce some light rain over parts of Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary.  Highs will reach 25 Cambridge with partly sunny skies, 30 in Naples with variable cloudiness, and 31 Bucharest with showers likely.

United  States and Canada:  A small wave of low pressure will produce some light rain over parts of western New York, western Pennsylvania, and Ohio.  A decayed frontal boundary will trigger showers over northern Florida, Louisiana, and Texas.  A few showers are likely over Wyoming and North Dakota.  Showers and a few thunderstorms are expected over parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan.  Highs will reach 75F in Vancouver with partly sunny skies, 79F in Boston with partial sunshine, and 77F in Chicago with the chance for a morning shower.

Asia:  A thin band of showers and thunderstorms will extend from the central Mongolia and China border east to North Korea.  Some light rain is indicated over much of central Japan.  Other northern and central regions of Asia will be quiet.  To the south, trough will produce showers and thunderstorms over Taiwan, southern China, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia.  A wave of low pressure will trigger showers and thunderstorms over northeastern India.  Showers and thunderstorms will continue along the entirety of India's western coastline.  Highs will reach 30 in Mumbai with a few showers, 30 in Beijing with variable cloudiness, and 33 in Taipei with a few thunderstorms.

Africa:  A cold front will produce showers over southern and eastern South Africa.  Temperatures will be cooling in the wake of the front.  High pressure will be building over Namibia with fair weather expected elsewhere across southern Africa.  High pressure will be positioned offshore from Libya with fair skies expected over the far north as well.  Thunderstorms will be common over southern Mauritania, southern Mali, the interior of Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, and Chad.  Some showers and thunderstorms are also indicated for the Ethiopian Highlands, eastern Sudan, and Uganda.  Highs will reach 28 in Freetown with a few scattered thunderstorms, 29 Alexandria with sunshine, and 31 in Maputo with increasing clouds.

Australia and New Zealand:  A wave of low pressure will produce showers over eastern Victoria and the southeastern corner of New South Wales.  High pressure will be shifting east across South Australia with quiet weather expected elsewhere across the country.  High pressure will also be dominant over New Zealand with moderating temperatures.  Highs will reach 12 in Christchurch with mostly sunny skies, 18 in Sydney with a few showers, and 27 in Broome with sunny skies.

South America:  A few showers and thunderstorms are likely over parts of central and southern Chile.  Scattered thunderstorms will target the interior of Venezuela as well.  Most other regions of South America will be quiet with high pressure centers positioned over the interior of western Brazil and offshore from southern Brazil.  Highs will reach 16 in Montevideo with isolated showers, 19 in Buenos Aires with partial sunshine, and 21 in Quito with partly sunny skies.

 

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