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World Weather Briefing for Monday May 28 2018



Middle East:  The remnants of a tropical wave will still be in place over eastern Saudi Arabia with showers and strong thunderstorms likely.  Lesser showers will affect parts of north central Turkey, eastern Afghanistan, and eastern Pakistan.  Other sections of the Middle East will be very quiet and quite warm.  Highs will reach 26 in Amman with sunshine, 34 in Saravan with clouds and developing sun, and 40 in Kuwait City with mostly sunny skies.

Europe:  An elongated ridge of high pressure will extend from Belarus northwest to central Norway.  Fine weather will continue to dominate all of Scandinavia and northern Europe.  Farther south, troughs will be in place along the France and Spain border.  Showers and thunderstorms will result over northern Spain, France, and Switzerland.  Showers are also indicated for southern Germany and Czech Republic.  Highs will reach 19 in Cambridge with variable cloudiness, 23 in Paris with a few showers, and 26 in Milan with the chance for a passing shower.

United States and Canada:  A tropical system will be positioned over the coastal regions of Alabama and Mississippi.  Rain and thunderstorms are likely there and over much of the southeast. Some of the rain will be locally heavy.  Elsewhere, a storm system will produce showers and thunderstorms over North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, and Idaho.  Highs will reach 72F in New York with lots of clouds, 84F in Calgary with mostly sunny skies, and 98F in Phoenix with lots of sun. 

Asia:  A storm system will be shifting east across Japan with showers and thunderstorms likely.  A trailing trough will produce showers over northeastern China and North Korea.  Other central and northern regions of Asia will be quiet.  A ridge of high pressure will be in place over the South China Sea.  Thunderstorms are expected over Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and northern Vietnam.  Some light rain is also likely over the southeastern coastline of China.  Minor showers are also expected over the Philippines.  Highs will reach 24 in Shanghai with hazy sunshine, 28 in Taipei with the chance for a brief shower, and 33 in Bangkok with a few thunderstorms likely. 

Africa:  A ridge of high pressure will be positioned over southern Algeria and Mali.  Fine weather will dominate all of northern and western Africa.  Thunderstorms will stretch from Cameroon and Gabon east across the Central African Republic and northern Congo to parts of southern Sudan.  A trough will produce some rain and thunderstorms over the Western Cape region of South Africa.  Other southern sections of Africa will feature quiet conditions.  Highs will reach 21 in Bloemfontein with increasing clouds, 24 Harare with mostly sunny skies and 24 in Addis Ababa with a mix of sun and clouds.

Australia and New Zealand:  A frontal boundary will produce showers from Adelaide southeast to Melbourne.  Onshore winds will lead to some rain around Brisbane.  Other sections of Australia will be quiet as high pressure builds over the west near Adelaide.  Fine, mild weather is indicated for the whole of New Zealand.  Highs will reach 8 in Christchurch with variable cloudiness, 21 in Perth with sunshine, and 27 in Townsville with partly sunny skies.

South America:  A ridge of high pressure will be positioned over eastern Brazil with fine weather expected over nearly all of Brazil as well as over much of Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, northern Chile, and Argentina.  A potent storm system will produce wind-driven showers and thunderstorms over central and southern Chile.  Showers and thunderstorms will target the Guinea Highlands, far western Brazil, the interior Venezuela, and portions of Columbia.  Highs will reach 15 in Cordoba with mostly sunny skies, 19 in Bogota with a few showers, and 26 in Sao Paulo with sunshine.

 

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