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World Weather for Monday February 26 2018



Middle East:  A pair of troughs will be in place over Iraq and Syria.  Pockets of light to moderate rain will affect Syria, eastern Iraq, eastern Turkey, and northwestern Iran.  A secondary system will produce light to moderate rain over much of Afghanistan and eastern Turkmenistan.  Highs will reach 21 in Beirut with morning showers followed by some afternoon clearing, 22 in Kuwait City with fair skies, and 30 in Karachi with  clouds and some limited sun.  

Europe:  Quiet, unseasonably cold weather will dominate much of central and northern Europe, Scandinavia, and European Russia.  It will be rather windy over northern France and southern Germany.  A storm system will produce rain over Italy, Greece, and parts of Turkey.  Snow is likely to the north over Bulgaria, Romania, and the Balkans.  Highs will reach -5 in Helsinki with fair skies, -5 in Kiev with mostly sunny skies, and 14 in Rome with light rain likely.

United States and Canada:  A storm system will be wound up over northwestern Quebec with a frontal boundary curling southwest to the Florida panhandle.  The storm itself will produce some wind-driven snow over Quebec and northern Maine.  The frontal boundary will produce showers and pockets of heavier rain with thunderstorms over parts of the Virginias, the Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.  Troughs will combine energy to produce snow showers over Oregon, Idaho, western Montana, and western Wyoming.  Highs will reach 28F in Edmonton with fair skies, 46F in Denver with variable cloudiness, and 49F in Chicago with partly sunny skies.

Asia:  A trough will be tracking east from Mongolia to Manchuria with some snow showers likely there.  Some light rain is indicated for the interior of southern China.  A few showers and thunderstorms will affect the Philippines.  Other regions of Asia will be extremely quiet with varying amounts of cloudiness.  Highs will reach 12 in Tokyo with fair skies, 13 in Beijing with hazy sunshine, and 28 in Singapore with scattered thunderstorms, mainly during the afternoon.

Africa:  A trough will produce showers along the Morocco and Western Sahara border.  Thunderstorms are likely over Ivory coast and western Nigeria.  Other northern and southern regions of Africa will feature quiet conditions as will all of the far south.  Thunderstorms are likely over Zimbabwe.  Lesser showers will affect parts of Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Congo, and Angola.  Highs will reach 24 in Addis Ababa with fair skies, 24 in Cape Town with sunshine, and 27 in Harare with thunderstorms likely.

Australia and New Zealand:  Scattered showers and thunderstorms will extend from Brisbane northwest across the Cape York Peninsula to the city of Darwin.  A few showers are possible along the southern coastline of Western Australia.  Other sections of Australia will be quiet with high pressure drifting east across Tasmania.  A potent tropical wave will produce light to moderate rain and gusty winds over the southern half of New Zealand.  Highs will reach 20 in Melbourne with some spotty light drizzle, 22 in Wellington with partial sunshine, and 30 in Broome with scattered thunderstorms. 

South America:  A few showers are possible over northwestern Argentina.  Thunderstorms will target spots along the Peru and Bolivia border, interior Columbia, southern Venezuela, and the eastern interior of Brazil.  Lesser showers will affect parts of northern Peru and central Brazil.  Highs will reach 18 in Bogota with thunderstorms, 27 in Porto Alegre with sunshine, and 31 in Salvador with partly sunny skies.


 

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