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International Weather Outlook: June 17, 2013

Jun 17, 13 International Weather Outlook: June 17, 2013

Weather Forecast for North America on June 17, 2013

An area of low pressure will be pushing off the East Coast of the United States bringing showers and thunderstorms to the region, also a few showers will be possible over Greenland. Partly cloudy skies will be found from the Southeast US into the Plains and through most of the Great Lakes. A cool but partly cloudy day in store for the Pacific Northwest, while it will be dry and warm over the Southwest.  The cold air will be in place over Greenland with temps only getting into the 30’s, while Eastern Canada and Eastern US will be in the 60’s and a few 70’s. The Southeast and Gulf Coast will be in the 80’s and a few 90’s, while the Southern Plains, and the Southwest will be in the 90-110F range.

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Weather Forecast for South America on June 17, 2013

There will be a few showers possible over Central Chile, outside of that the rest of South America will see partly cloudy skies from Brazil to Argentina. Northeast Brazil will be in the 70’s while Western South America will range from the 70’s in the north to the 40’s in the higher elevations. Southern Argentina will see temps in the 30’s.

Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on June 17, 2013

High pressure over the region will bring partly cloudy skies to England and this will extend into the Northern Europe, giving way to sunny skies for Spain and also Italy. A warm and dry day is also in store for the Middle East. England and the extreme northern part of Europe will be in the 70’s,while the rest of Europe will be in the 80’s and a few 90’s. The Middle East will range from the 90’s to 110’s.

Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on June 17, 2013

A tranquil day in store for Northern Africa, with plenty of sunshine, while partly cloudy skies will dominate the weather across most of the remainder of Africa, there will be a few showers over Eastern Africa near Somalia. South Africa will see partly cloudy skies along with Madagascar.  Northern Africa into Central Africa will see temps in the 80’s and 90’s, while South Africa will be only in the 70’s. Madagascar will also be in the 80’s.

Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on June 17, 2013

Northern India will see partly cloudy skies, giving way to showers along the monsoonal that will extend from Sri Lanka back towards Singapore, this region will be dealing with moderate rainfall likely. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms will also be possible from Thailand into Jakarta. The entire region of Southeast Asia from New Delhi to Singapore and Jakarta will see temps in the 90’s with a few 100’s also possible.

Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on June 17, 2013

A frontal boundary moving through Northeast Russia will bring showers to the region, otherwise looking for partly cloudy skies from Northern Japan into Tokyo and westward towards Seoul and also back into Shanghai. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible from Hong Kong to Manila and also the easterly trade winds over Guam will bring showers to the region during the afternoon hours.  Northeast Russia and Northern Japan will be in the 60’s and 70’s while the temps from Tokyo to Seoul will be in the 80’s and even warmer over parts of Eastern China where temps could hit the 90’s, Hong Kong will be in the upper 80’s, as Manila will hit the 90’s, and Guam will be in the 80’s.

Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for June 17, 2013

Northeast Australia around Brisbane will have a chance at showers, while the rest of Australia will be partly cloudy to include the cities of Perth and Sydney. A few showers will be possible over New Zealand as well. Northwest Australia will see temps in the 70’s, while the rest of the outback and also into Perth will be in the 60’s, further cooling to the 40-50’s over Sydney and into Auckland as well.

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