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World Weather for Thursday July 19 2018



Middle East:  Light rain is projected for parts of northwestern Turkey and northeastern Pakistan.  Other sections of the Middle East will be quiet with varying amounts cloudiness.  Highs will reach 30 in Beirut with sunshine, 38 in Dubai with mostly sunny skies, and 42 in Saravan with clouds and some sun.

Europe:  A storm system will be positioned over southern Belarus with showers and thunderstorms likely over Belarus, northern Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, and eastern Poland.  A trio of troughs will combine energy to produce showers over parts of France.  Showers are also possible over southern Norway.  The core of the warmest air will be pushing north from eastern Europe to Finland.  Highs will reach 25 in Copenhagen with partly sunny skies, 27 in Moscow with a chance for a shower, and 29 in Naples with mostly sunny skies.

United States and Canada:  A frontal boundary will trigger a few showers and thunderstorms over the coastal regions of South Carolina and Georgia and over northern Florida and southern Louisiana.  High pressure will be drifting east across the state of Pennsylvania.  A trough will induce showers over parts of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, and Wisconsin.  Thunderstorms are projected for southern Arizona  and southern New Mexico.  Thunderstorms are likely over central Saskatchewan and northern Manitoba.  Thunderstorms are also indicated over central British Columbia.  Highs will reach 71F in Minneapolis with rain, 78F in Toronto with sunshine, and 86F in Philadelphia with lots of sun.

Asia:  A ridge of high pressure will be dominant over central and southern China with fair weather expected.  A tropical wave will be developing to the northeast of the Philippines.  Thunderstorms are likely over the northern Philippines and over southern Thailand.  Lesser showers will affect Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and northern Myanmar.  Light rain is projected for much of India's western coastline with thunderstorms confined to the northern interior of the country.  Eastern, coastal regions of India will be quiet as will all of Sri Lanka.  To the north, troughs will produce some showers over eastern Mongolia and eastern Manchuria.  Highs will reach 31 in Colombo with variable cloudiness, 31 in Tokyo with partly sunny skies, and 33 in Taipei with mostly sunny skies.

Africa:  A ridge of high pressure will be positioned over northwestern Africa with fair weather indicated for the whole of the north.  Showers and thunderstorms will extend from Sierra Leone and Senegal east across the interior regions of Nigeria to portions of southern Chad, the Central African Republic, northern Congo, and southern Sudan.  Minor showers are possible over Madagascar's eastern coastline and over northern Mozambique.  Other southern regions of Africa will be quiet.  Highs will reach 16 in Cape Town with fair skies, 21 in Addis Ababa with a mix of sun and clouds, and 28 in Lagos with thunderstorms likely.

Australia and New Zealand:  Areas of high pressure will be positioned over western and eastern Australia and over the Tasman Sea.  Fine weather will dominate nearly all of Australia.  Some showers will be confined to Tasmania.  Light rain is indicated for central and northern New Zealand.  Highs will reach 16 in Sydney with sunshine, 17 in Auckland with light rain, and 18 in Perth with partly sunny skies.

South America:  A pair of troughs will combine energy to produce showers and some pockets of heavier rain over the central regions of Chile and Argentina.  Temperatures will be rather cold over the southern two-thirds of both Chile and Argentina with some snow likely over the higher elevations.  Convergence will lead to some rain over northeastern Argentina and Uruguay.  An upper-level ridge will be dominant over central and eastern Brazil.  Pressures will be low along the Venezuela and Colombia border with thunderstorms likely over many parts of both countries as well as over the western Guinea Highlands.  Highs will reach 15 in Bogota with a few thunderstorms, 16 in Santiago with variable cloudiness, and 18 in Lima with sunshine.


 

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