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World Weather for Sunday October 22 2017

Middle East:  Conditions will remain very quiet across the Middle East.  Temperatures will be mild from Turkey east to Turkmenistan and still warm for all points to the south.  Highs will reach 24 in Beirut, 29 in Islamabad, and 32 in Baghdad, all with sunny skies. 

Europe:  A pair of storm systems will be in place over eastern Scotland and southern Norway.  Gusty winds will affect all of northwestern Europe, southern Norway, and southern Sweden.  A storm will produce light to moderate rain over parts of Scotland, northern England, southern Norway, and southern Sweden.  An associated frontal boundary will produce light to moderate rain over eastern Germany and eastern France.  Elsewhere, a wave of low pressure will produce some rain over eastern Ukraine and the nearby regions of western European Russia.  High pressure will be positioned over Portugal.  Temperatures will be seasonably mild from the Baltic Sea south to the Mediterranean Sea.  Highs will reach 13 in London with wind-driven showers, 19 in Sofia with mostly sunny skies, and 22 in Rome with a mix of sun and clouds.  

United States and Canada:  High pressure will be anchored offshore to the east of New England.  Fine, mild weather will continue over the eastern portions of the continent.  Onshore winds to the south of the high will produce a few showers over southern Florida.  An elongated frontal system will extend from western Ontario south to Illinois and from there southwest to eastern Texas.  Showers and thunderstorms will target Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, western Louisiana, and eastern Texas.  Lesser showers are indicated for parts of Michigan, Wisconsin, and central Ontario.  A secondary storm will produce light to moderate rain over much of British Columbia, Washington State, western Idaho, and Oregon.  Surface high pressure will be positioned offshore from central California.  Highs will reach 56F in Vancouver with a few showers, 62F in Minneapolis with some light rain, and 73F in Boston with lots of sunshine.

Asia:  Typhoon Lan will be approaching southern Japan.  The storm will be close enough to produce some rain over the central and southern portions of the country along with increasing winds.  Lan will make landfall in between Osaka and Tokyo on Monday afternoon.  A storm system will be positioned over southwestern China with showers and thunderstorms likely there and over northern Myanmar.  A few showers and thunderstorms are also indicated for Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, and the southern Philippines.  Highs will reach 22 in Osaka with rain, 23 in Seoul with a mix of sun and clouds, and 25 in Taipei with variable cloudiness. 

Africa:  A wave of low pressure will produce a few showers over the coastal regions of northeastern Libya.  Other northern and southern parts of the continent will be very quiet.  Thunderstorms are expected over Cameroon.  Lesser showers will extend from northern Angola northeast across Congo and southern Sudan to Ethiopia and Somalia.  A few showers are likely over western Zambia and northern Mozambique.  Minor showers will affect the central interior of South Africa.  Highs will reach 28 in Cairo with sunshine, 29 in Harare with sunshine, and also 29 in Lagos with mostly sunny skies.

Australia and New Zealand:  A small wave of low pressure will produce some rain over far southwestern Australia.  Minor showers are expected near Brisbane and over the northern tip of the Cape York Peninsula.  Other sections of Australia will be quiet with high pressure drifting east across the central, southern coastline.  Fair skies are indicated for New Zealand.  Highs will reach 14 in Christchurch with a mix of sun and clouds, 25 in Brisbane with rain, and 33 in Port Hedland with mostly sunny skies. 

South America:  Areas of high pressure will be positioned over southern Argentina and over the eastern coastline of Brazil.  Fine weather will dominate many regions of the continent as a result.  Convergence between the areas of high pressure will lead to showers and thunderstorms over Paraguay and the nearby areas of southern Brazil as well as over portions of Bolivia.  Thunderstorms are also likely over far western Brazil, northern Peru, and Colombia.  Highs will reach 24 in Cordoba with mostly sunny skies, 28 in Quito with variable cloudiness, and 32 in Brasilia with isolated thunderstorms.


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