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World Weather for Tuesday June 27 2017

Middle East:   An upper-level ridge will be dominant over Saudi Arabia with fine weather resulting over most western parts of the Middle East.  Showers will be confined to western Yemen and to parts of Armenia and Azerbaijan.  Pressures will remain low over Afghanistan and Pakistan with scattered showers expected over parts of both countries.  Temperatures will be quite warm over all regions.  Highs will reach 39 in Amman with sunshine, 39 in Yazd with sunny skies, and 44 in Riyadh with sunshine in abundance.

Europe:  A fairly strong storm system will be shifting east across the United Kingdom with rain likely over England and Scotland.  To the east, pockets of light to moderate rain are projected for Denmark, Germany, northern Italy, Switzerland, France, and northern Spain.  Lesser showers are projected for parts of Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia.  High pressure will be anchored over eastern Ukraine with fair weather expected over most eastern areas.  Minor showers will extend from central Ukraine southwest across Romania and Bulgaria to Greece.  A second storm system will produce rain over European Russia's Kola Peninsula.  Highs will reach 20 in Stockholm with increasing clouds, 20 in London with showers, and 32 in Rome with mostly sunny skies.

United States and Canada:  A trough will produce some rain over parts of southern Quebec, New York State, and New England.  A frontal boundary will produce showers and a few strong thunderstorms over the northern Ontario and Quebec border.  A moist wind flow from the Gulf of Mexico will produce showers over parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota.  A wave of low pressure will produce some rain over Alberta and Saskatchewan,  Lesser showers will affect Idaho and western Montana.   Surface high pressure will be centered over Illinois and Indiana.  Temperatures will be somewhat cooler over the eastern United States as the core of the warmest air builds north from the Dakotas into Saskatchewan.  Highs will reach 76F in New York City with a few showers, 82F in St. Louis with mostly sunny skies, and 104F in Las Vegas with full sunshine.

Asia:  Pressures will be low over western Mongolia with some light rain likely there.  Showers will target North Korea and far southern Japan.  Other central and northern regions of Asia will be quiet and quite warm with high pressure anchored over central China.  Thunderstorms will target southern China, Taiwan, northern Vietnam, northern Laos, and much of Myanmar.  A few scattered showers are indicated for Cambodia, the Philippines, and Singapore.  Highs will reach 22 in Yokohama with showers, 31 in Seoul with partial sunshine, and also 31 in Hong Kong with thunderstorms.

Africa:  Minor showers are possible over parts of northern Morocco and northern Algeria.  Thunderstorms will target areas along the Morocco and Western Sahara border.  Thunderstorms are also likely over parts of Ivory Coast, Nigeria, and inland Ethiopia.  A trough will produce showers over Mozambique.  Some showers are likely over western South Africa as well.  Highs will reach 19 in Cape Town with a few showers, 26 in Maputo with showers, and 30 in Algiers with variable cloudiness and the risk for a minor shower.

Australia and New Zealand:  A frontal boundary will be shifting east across the southern coastline of Western Australia.  Showers will affect the entire southern coastline of Australia as well as parts of the western interior.  A few showers are also possible over the coastal regions of eastern Victoria and New South Wales.  A wave of low pressure will produce light to moderate rain over far northern New Zealand.  Central and southern portions of the country will be relatively quiet and rather cool.  Highs will reach 12 in Christchurch with a few showers, 19 in Brisbane with clouds and some sunshine, and 30 in Broome with mostly sunny skies.

South America:  Showers and thunderstorms will continue to affect parts of central and northern Chile and central and northern Argentina with a wave of low pressure in place.  A ridge of high pressure will produce fair weather over much of Brazil.  Showers will stretch along the northeastern coastline.  Thunderstorms are expected over western Brazil, the Guinea Highlands, Venezuela, and Colombia.  Temperatures will be seasonable.  Highs will reach 14 La Paz with clouds and sun, 17 in Bogota with a few thunderstorms, and 22 in Sao Paulo with mostly sunny skies.


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