April 26, 2013
International Weather Outlook: April 26, 2013
Weather Forecast for North America on April 26, 2013
Look for partly cloudy skies across a good portion of Greenland and Iceland as the low pressure shifts eastward. High pressure over the central United States will also keep the region dry and this will extend into the east coast and Gulf Coast. A new storm system will be approaching western Canada, bringing showers to the region. Temps will range from the 20’s and 30’s over Greenland and Iceland to the mid 60’s along most of the northeast warming to the 70’s along the US southeast. Upper 70’s and lower 80’s will dominate the Gulf Coast region; while mid 70’s will spread through Los Angeles. Hawaii will enjoy a nice afternoon with temps in the lower 80’s.
Weather Forecast for South America on April 26, 2013
High pressure over central South America will bring nice weather to a good portion of South America; however, a frontal boundary approaching the tip of South America will bring cooler weather and showers to parts of Argentina. The 80’s will dominate a good portion of Brazil and also northern Argentina. Look for 50’s across southern Argentina and the 60’s over Chile along with upper 70’s for parts of Peru.
Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on April 26, 2013
A storm system moving towards the coast of England and Western Europe will bring showers to the region along with slightly cooler weather. Partly cloudy skies will prevail over northeast Europe and also into eastern Europe to include Italy. Sunny skies and very warm will be the weather across the Middle East for the day. A cool day is in store for London with showers and high temps in the mid 50’s. The 70’s will spread from Madrid to Venice, Italy. High temps will be in the upper 80’s to lower 90’s across most of the Middle East.
Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on April 26, 2013
A few showers will make their way into northern Africa along that frontal boundary; otherwise Africa will remain dry and warm. Partly cloudy skies will extend from the Cape Verde Islands southward towards South Africa. There will be showers over Madagascar associated with a frontal boundary. Northern Africa will be the cool spot with high temps in the 70’s, while central Africa has high temps in the mid 80’s. Looking southward into Cape Town Africa high temps will be in the upper 70’s. Rain showers will keep Madagascar into the mid 70’s.
Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on April 26, 2013
Hot and sunny will be the dominate weather feature for most of India and southward. Showers will be possible in the afternoon from Singapore back to Jakarta and Malaysia. The heat will invade India for another day with New Delhi approaching the 100 degree mark again. Singapore will see showers in the afternoon and high temps in the mid 80’s.
Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on April 26, 2013
Partly cloudy skies and cold weather will dominate northeast Russia, while partly cloudy skies and warmer weather will stretch from eastern China into the Korea’s and further east into Japan. Look for afternoon showers over Hong Kong and also Manila. A few stray showers will be possible for Guam, as well during the afternoon hours. Temps will be in the mid 40’s for northeast Russia, while temps will rise to the 70’s from Beijing eastward into Tokyo. High temps will Hong Kong will be in the upper 70’s and a very warm day for Manila with temps near 95F. Guam will be warmer as well with high temps in the upper 80’s and a few 90’s will be possible.
Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for April 26, 2013
Northern Australia may have a few stray showers; otherwise partly cloudy skies will dominate from Perth to Sydney and into Brisbane. Showers will be possible over most of New Zealand. Warm air will be found along the west coast of Australia with places like Perth hitting the 80’s, cooler weather will prevail over Sydney with high temps in the 70’s and cooler temps for New Zealand with places like Auckland hitting the 60’s and lower 70’s.
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