April 29, 2013
International Weather Outlook: April 29, 2013
Weather Forecast for North America on April 29, 2013
Low pressure moving away from eastern Canada will bring a few snow showers to the region; this will also extend into Greenland. A storm system moving out of the southern Plains will bring rain and thunderstorms to the Gulf Coast and southeast United States. A new storm system that will be moving into western Canada will bring showers to the region. Temps will be in the 30’s across most of Greenland and also into Iceland. Warm air will push all the way up the eastern United States with plenty of 60-80 degree readings for a good portion from Texas to New York. The 50’s will start to surge in over the northern Plains. The 70’s will dominate Mexico City.
Weather Forecast for South America on April 29, 2013
Low pressure moving through the tip of South America will bring a few showers to the southern part of the region along with moderate winds. High pressure along the east coast will bring nice weather to northern Argentina and Brazil. A few showers will be found over Peru. The upper 80’s will be over parts of Brazil, while western Brazil and back into the central part of South America temps will fall into the 70’s. The 30’s and 40’s will be found through the southern part of the country.
Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on April 29, 2013
Low pressure to the east of England will bring showers to Scandinavia; the frontal boundary will extend southward into Spain and bring a few showers to the region, as well. High pressure over Eastern Europe will make for a nice day from Germany into Italy. A few clouds will be across parts of the Middle East, but no rainfall is likely leaving to another warm day for the region. The western part of Europe will be in the 50’s and 60’s, while warm air surges into Italy and eastern Europe with places seeing high temps in the 70’s and 80’s. The heat will stretch into the Middle East with places getting into the 90’s and a few isolated 100’s will be possible.
Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on April 29, 2013
A few showers will be possible over the northern part of Africa, while the Cape Verde Islands will have partly cloudy skies. High pressure over southern Africa will bring plenty of sun and warmth to the rest of Africa. A few clouds will be possible across Madagascar. The northwest and southeast tips of Africa will be in the 70’s while the rest of Africa will be in the upper 80’s to lower 90’s. Madagascar will also be in the upper 80’s.
Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on April 29, 2013
Northwest India will be dry and warm, while the central and southern part of India will see increasing clouds and even showers in the south associated with the returning monsoonal rains. These showers will extend eastward through Singapore and Malaysia and also Jakarta. The region will see upper 90’s across most of India to the upper 80’s over southern India along with the rain. This will also be true for Singapore with high temps in the upper 80’s and spreading southward to Jakarta.
Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on April 29, 2013
High pressure will bring nice weather to Japan, while a frontal boundary moves through the Korea’s and eastern China; this will bring showers to the region. Partly cloudy skies will also be possible from Hong Kong to Manila and eastward into Guam. A cold surge of air will setup over northeast Russia with places falling into the 20’s for high temps. The 40’s and 50’s will be found from the Korea’s into central Japan. Eastern China will enjoy 70’s, while Hong Kong may even get into the 80’s. Look for lower 90’s into Manila and upper 80’s for Guam.
Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for April 29, 2013
High pressure will dominate most of Australia with partly cloudy skies. A few showers along a frontal boundary will be possible over New Zealand. Northwest Australia will enjoy temps in the 80’s while central Australia will be in the 70’s. Sydney will only get into the 60’s, while 50’s will be found across parts of New Zealand.
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