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International Weather Outlook: September 25, 2013

Sep 25, 13 International Weather Outlook: September 25, 2013

*All temperatures are in degrees (F) unless otherwise noted.

Weather Forecast for North America on September 25, 2013

High pressure along the East Coast of the United States will bring partly cloudy skies to places like Boston, New York and Baltimore. Partly cloudy skies will also extend up the eastern coast of Canada. A frontal boundary along the southeast and Gulf Coast will bring showers and thunderstorms to the region. High pressure will keep most of the west coast dry and mild, while a few showers will be possible over the Pacific Northwest. The season’s first significant snowfall is possible over the northern Rockies of Idaho and Montana, as well. Temps will be in the 30’s over Greenland, warming to the 40’s and 50’s over eastern Canada. The 60’s will dominate most of the eastern United States, warming to the 70’s and 80’s over the southeast and Gulf Coast. Expect temps to be in the 70’s over the Northern Plains, while the western US will see temps in the 70’s, cooling to the 40’s over portions of the Northern Rockies.

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Weather Forecast for South America on September 25, 2013

The region from Peru to Brazil will be dominated by partly cloudy skies. This will hold true through Argentina and Chile, as high pressure slowly builds in over the central Andes region. Temps will be in the 60’s over the coast of Peru, warming to the 80’s for eastern Brazil. It will cool to the 50’s over northern Argentina and the 40’s for southern Chile and Argentina.

Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on September 25, 2013

Low pressure moving through northern Europe will bring showers to the region, including Sweden and western Russia. England to Germany will see partly cloudy skies, while sunny skies will dominate the weather from Spain to Italy and southeastward into Italy. Temps will be in the 50’s over northern Europe, while the 60’s will dominate most of England. It will warm to the 70’s for Germany, while Italy and Spain will see 80’s, the Middle East will see temps in the 90-105 range.

Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on September 25, 2013

Northern Africa will see partly cloudy skies and warm weather, while central Africa will have an increase in showers and thunderstorms, again along the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ). Southern Africa will have gusty winds along with showers. The Cape Verde Islands will have periods of heavy rainfall. The majority of Africa will see temps in the 80’s along with a few 90’s. There will also be a few 70’s over Southern Africa.

Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on September 25, 2013

The Southwest monsoon will back down a tad allowing for more of an isolated thunderstorms and showers over India and Sri Lanka. There will also be afternoon thunderstorms for Singapore eastward into Malaysia and northward into Thailand and Vietnam. Temps will be in the 80’s and 90’s across the entire region.

Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on September 25, 2013

High pressure over eastern China will bring partly cloudy skies to Shanghai and Seoul, while a frontal boundary and the approaching Typhoon will bring increased winds along with periods of heavy rainfall over the Tokyo Metro area. Afternoon thunderstorms will be possible from Manila to Guam. Temps will be in the 50’s over northeast Russia, warming to the 60’s over northern Japan and the 70’s and 80’s from Eastern China into Tokyo. Hong Kong and Manila along with Guam will be in the mid 80’s.

Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for September 25, 2013

Australia will enjoy partly cloudy skies from west to east, including the cities of Sydney and Perth. Partly cloudy skies will also extend northward over Brisbane and into Auckland. Temps will be in the 80’s over northern Australia, while the 70’s dominate from Perth to Sydney.

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