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World Weather for Monday August 20 2018


Middle East:  A branch of the jet stream will combine energy with an upper-air trough to produce a few showers over northeastern Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.  Other sections of the Middle East will remain very quiet and warm.  Highs will reach 31 in Beirut with sunshine, 43 in Baghdad with sunshine, and 45 in Kandahar, also with sunny skies.  

Europe:  A small storm system will combine energy with a branch of the jet stream to produce some showers over northern Scotland, southern Norway, southern Sweden, and Denmark.  Isolated showers are expected over eastern Ukraine, Romania, and the eastern Black Sea.  Other areas of Europe and Scandinavia will be quiet.  Temperatures will be quite warm over much of Europe.  Highs will reach 20 in London with variable cloudiness, 22 in Stockholm with showers, and 28 in Warsaw with lots of sun.

United States and Canada:  A pair of troughs will combine energy to produce showers and thunderstorms over parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, and Nebraska.  Scattered showers are expected over the Carolinas as well as over parts of Alabama and Mississippi.  High pressure will be drifting east across New England. Some thunderstorms are likely over parts of Montana and southern Alberta.  Highs will reach 73F in Minneapolis with a few showers, 82F in Montreal with mostly sunny skies, and 89F in Charlotte with the risk for an afternoon thunderstorm.

Asia:  Typhoon Soulik will be positioned offshore to the south of Japan and will bear a close watch over the next couple of days. Soulik is expected to reach southern Japan and South Korea late Tuesday Night.  Pressures will be low over the coastal regions of central China with showers likely there and over the coastal regions of northeastern China, and over the Korean Peninsula.  Numerous thunderstorms will target northern and northeastern India and a few spots along the western coastline of the country.  Lesser showers are indicated for sections of Myanmar, Singapore, and the northern Philippines.  Highs will reach 27 in Yokohama with afternoon and night thunderstorms, 28 in Bangkok with variable cloudiness and the risk for a shower, and 31 in Manila with scattered thunderstorms. 

Africa:  A ridge of high pressure will be positioned over Morocco and Western Algeria with fine weather projected for the whole northern Africa.  A cluster of troughs will produce thunderstorms over Sierra Leone, Mali, Niger, Chad, northern Congo, and along the Ethiopia and Sudan border.  A trough will be shifting east across western South Africa with showers likely over the Western Cape region of the country.  Highs will reach 17 in Cape Town with showers, 25 in Casablanca with sunshine, and 29 in Douala with partial sunshine.

Australia and New Zealand:  Skies will be generally fair over much of Australia with high pressure shifting east near Adelaide.  A few showers are likely around Sydney and to the south of Perth.  Temperatures will be cold over southern New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania.  Cold temperatures will also encompass New Zealand's South Island.  Showers are likely over the western and northern regions of the South Island and over much of the North Island.  Highs will reach 12 in Melbourne with a mix of sun and clouds, 14 in Christchurch with a few thunderstorms, and 27 in Townsville with mostly sunny skies.

South America:  A trough will combine energy with a branch of the jet stream to produce some rain over eastern Paraguay, far southern Brazil, and Uruguay.  Thunderstorms will affect the Bolivia and Peru border, some spots over Colombia, and a few coastal regions of Venezuela.  Other regions of South America will be fairly quiet with seasonable temperatures.  Highs will reach 18 in Bogota with a few thunderstorms, 20 in Quito with scattered showers, and 24 Porto Alegre with variable cloudiness and the risk for a shower. 

 

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