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International Weather Outlook: April 27, 2013

Apr 27, 13 International Weather Outlook: April 27, 2013

Weather Forecast for North America on April 27, 2013

High pressure over the eastern United States will bring partly cloudy skies to the region; this will also extend northward into Greenland and Iceland. A weak low pressure area is moving through the Southern Plains and will bring rain showers and isolated thunderstorms to the region. A frontal boundary along the west coast of Canada will bring showers to places like Vancouver. A few showers will be possible over Mexico as well. Temps will be in the middle 20’s for Greenland and the lower 30’s across portions of Iceland. The 40’s will be found in southern Canada, while the 50’s will impact the northeast United States and the 70’s and a few 80’s will dominate the southeast and Gulf Coast region. Look for the 60’s to dominate a good portion of the northwest and also into Los Angeles.

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Weather Forecast for South America on April 27, 2013

A frontal boundary moving through the tip of South America will bring showers to southern Argentina. High pressure over the central part will bring partly cloudy skies to the region, while extensive cloud cover will be over Peru. The 50’s will dominate a good portion of Peru, while the 70’s will hit northeast Brazil, quickly cooling to the50’s for southern Brazil and the 30’s for southern Argentina.

Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on April 27, 2013

An area of low pressure to the west of England will bring increased clouds to the area, these extra clouds will also spill into northern Europe, high pressure will bring partly cloudy skies to Madrid and Venice. A passing cold front will bring extensive cloud cover to the Middle East and also the possibility of seeing a few dust storms with the stronger winds. The temps will be in the 40’s for England warming to the 60’s for Madrid and into Venice, while the mid 30’s will be found in northern Europe. Look for the upper 80’s and lower 90’s for portions of the Middle East.

Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on April 27, 2013

The region of Africa will remain mostly dry with a few passing clouds and warm weather. The same will hold true for Madagascar, while partly cloudy skies will dominate the Cape Verde Islands. The 80’s and a few 90’s will dominate most of Africa, while the northern part sees high temps in the 70’s and also into South Africa.

Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on April 27, 2013

Partly cloudy skies will extend across Northern India, while sunny skies will dominate Southern India and also Sri Lanka. A few afternoon showers will be possible from Singapore to Jakarta and also into Malaysia. Temps will be warm for India with many places again approaching the 100 mark, while Singapore will be in the upper 80’s.

Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on April 27, 2013

A frontal boundary passing to the east of Russia will bring cloudy skies to the Kuril Islands and also northeast Russia. Partly cloudy skies will extend from Beijing to Tokyo. A few passing showers will be possible from Hong Kong into Manila and also eastward into Guam. The upper 30’s will dominate northeast Russia, while the 50’s spread across parts of Korea and into northern Japan. The Tokyo region will see mid 60’s, while places in Hong Kong get into the mid 70’s. A warm day is in store for Manila with high temps approaching the upper 90’s. Guam will see high temps in the mid 80’s.

Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for April 27, 2013

Look for a few showers over northern Australia, and also through New Zealand as a frontal boundary moves through the region. Partly cloudy skies will be found from western Australia into southeast Australia to include Perth and Sydney. The 70’s will dominate western Australia, while the 60’s will encompass Sydney and even some 50’s for New Zealand.

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