International Weather Outlook: September 23, 2013
September 23, 2013

International Weather Outlook: September 23, 2013

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

Weather Forecast for North America on September 23, 2013

A frontal boundary over the eastern US will bring showers and thunderstorms from Maine to Florida. There will also be showers over portions of eastern Canada extending into Greenland. Another storm system moving into the western US will bring showers to places like Seattle and Portland. High pressure will keep the middle of the US dry and mild. Temps will be in the 30’s for Greenland, warming to the 50’s over astern Canada, and further warming to the 70’s over the southeast US and 80’s in the Gulf Coast. Temps will be in the 80’s over most of the Plains, while cooler 60’s will be over the northern Rockies. Expect to see 70’s over most of the northwest.

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Image Credit: Joshua Kelly

Weather Forecast for South America on September 23, 2013

Partly cloudy skies will persist from Peru to northern Brazil, giving way to showers over eastern Brazil. Partly cloudy skies will also extend over most of western South America. Finally a break from all the precipitation will be found over southern Chile and Argentina, with both places seeing partly cloudy skies. Temps will range from the 70’s over Peru to the 80’s over most of Brazil, cooling to the 60’s for northern Argentina, further cooling into the 50’s over southern Argentina.

Weather Forecast for Europe and the Middle East on September 23, 2013

High pressure will keep a good portion of Europe under partly cloudy skies. However, a few showers will be found around western Russia and northern Germany. Spain to Italy will enjoy sunny skies along with the Middle East. Temps will be in the 50’s over northern Europe warming to the 60’s and 70’s for England and central Europe. Expect it to further warm to the 80’s and 90’s across Spain and into Italy, while temps will be in the 90-110 range over most of the Middle East.

Weather Forecast for Africa and the Cape Verde and Madagascar Islands on September 23, 2013

Northern Africa will see partly cloudy skies, giving way to mostly cloudy skies and showers over central Africa. Partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions will be found over most of South Africa. Madagascar and the Cape Verde Islands will also be dealing with partly cloudy skies. Temps will be in the 80’s and 90’s over all of Africa, with a few pockets of 70’s over South Africa.

Weather Forecast for Southeast Asia on September 23, 2013

The southwest monsoon will provide another day of adequate rain and thunderstorms over a good portion of Southeast Asia, from Sri Lanka to India and eastward. Afternoon thunderstorms will stretch from Singapore to Malaysia and northward into Thailand. The region will see temps in the 80’s and 90’s.

Weather Forecast for Eastern Asia and the island of (Guam) on September 23, 2013

Typhoon Usagi continues to march over southeast China, bringing destructive winds along with flooding and storm surge. Usagi will begin to weaken over the next couple of days. High pressure will bring partly cloudy skies to the Korea’s and eastward into Japan. A tropical storm will bring strong winds and heavy rain over Iwo Jima. Afternoon thunderstorms will be possible over Manila and Guam. Temps will be in the 30’s over northern Russia, while temps warm to the 50’s over eastern Russia; temps will rise into the 70’s and 80’s for eastern China and Japan. Hong Kong will have temps in the 70’s, while Guam and Manila will be in the 80’s.

Weather Forecast for the Island of (New Zealand) and Australia for September 23, 2013

Partly cloudy skies will dominate the weather from southwest Australia to southeast Australia and northward over most of northern Australia. There will be a few showers over northeast Australia, while partly cloudy skies will dominate New Zealand. Temps will be in the 70’s over both southeast and southwest Australia, warming to the upper 80’s over central and most of northern Australia.

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