March 10, 2013
Weekend Weather: March 9-10, 2013
Weather Recap from the Past Week: Major weather news from this past week included the large winter storm that moved from the central United States all the way to the east coast. It then gained strength and made a rush towards the northeastern United States, bringing very heavy snowfall along with high amounts of beach erosion with very strong winds gust. Another storm system pushed onshore over the west coast and pushed into the southwest United States, bringing with it a lot of snow, heavy rain, and even severe weather to parts of Arizona.
International Weather News included the formation of Tropical Cyclone Sandra, which formed to the northeast of Australia, although there was no immediate threat to Australia.
Weather Headlines for Sunday March 10:
A powerful storm system will continue to impact the northern plains with snow, ice, rain and strong winds for the next couple of days.
Another powerful storm system will continue to bring impressive snows to northern Japan, which has already had it share fair of snow for the season, with more travel delays and impacts forecasted for the region.
Tropical Cyclone Sandra will continue to push towards New Caledonia during this time, bringing intense winds, storm surge, and heavy rain to the region.
Strong high pressure over Central Russia will bring another bout of cold weather to the region, with some places falling below zero again.
One day forecast for select United States City for March 10, 2013
*All Temps are in (F) and winds will be in (mph) unless noted.
Boston MA: The region will see Mostly cloudy skies along with high temps into the lower 40’s and overnight lows around 30-34. The winds will be from the southwest at 5-10.
Atlanta GA: The area will see cloudy skies and high temps in the lower 60’s with overnight lows dropping to around 50-54. Winds will be from the southeast at 10-15, with higher gust possible.
Chicago IL: The region will be cloudy with rain showers likely rainfall amounts of a half an inch are possible in the metro area. High temps will be in the mid 40’s and overnight lows will fall to the upper 30’s. The winds will be from the southeast 5-10 shifting to the southwest 8-13 overnight.
Denver CO: The snow will be tapering off with no additional accumulations expected on Sunday as the skies will clear through the day. High temps will be in the upper 30’s with the overnight lows falling into the upper 20’s. Winds will be northwesterly 5-10, shifting to the southwest 8-13 by late evening.
Seattle WA: Mostly cloudy skies expected as showers begin to move in through the overnight hours. Light rain accumulations around a tenth of an inch will be possible. High temps will be in the lower 50’s and overnight lows will be around 40. Winds will be no factor as they will be light out of the south less than 5.
Five day forecast for one select International City for March 10, 2013
Sunday: The day will start mostly cloudy giving way to partly cloudy by afternoon. High temps will be in the 20-22C range. The overnight low temps will fall to around 3-5C. Winds will be from the northwest at 15-25kmph.
Monday: Partly Cloudy skies to start the day will give way to mostly cloudy skies by evening. The high temps will be around 9-11C and overnight lows will fall to around 5C. Winds will be from the northwest less than 5kmph.
Tuesday: Look for partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the day, with high temps around 12-14C and the overnight lows dropping to around 9-11C. The winds will be from the southwest at 20-25kmph with higher gust possible.
Wednesday: Cloudy and cool with rain showers moving into the region by the afternoon, rainfall amounts could be around half a centimeter. High temps will be near 11-14C and the overnight lows will fall to around 4-6C range. Winds will be from the southwest at 30-40kmph shifting to the northeast by late afternoon around 25-35kmph.
Thursday: Cloudy skies with a few morning showers, otherwise look for clearing conditions by afternoon. High temps will be in the 6-9C range and overnight lows will fall to around 2-4C range. Winds will be from the northeast at 15-25kmph slowly decreasing by the evening.
International 15 day Outlook for East Asia:
Day 1-3: The period will start with a strong area of high pressure over Eastern China which will bring partly cloudy skies to the region, while a storm system moves through Northern Japan creating wide spread snow along the West coast of Japan and showers further south into the Kyushu region. A few showers will be over the Philippians at this time as well. The middle of the period will have high pressure moving over far Eastern China and will bring partly cloudy skies to the Korean peninsula, while snow showers still encompass portions of Northern Japan. The period will finish with high pressure moving into Japan and another low pressure area beginning to shift into Eastern China which will bring showers to the coast.
Day 4-6: The period will begin with a low pressure area moving towards Western Japan which will bring rain and snow to portions of Japan and the associated frontal boundary will bring rain and snow all the way back into Eastern China and the Korea’s. Day five will see the frontal boundary stall out from Japan all the way into Okinawa and southward towards Taiwan, this will bring rain showers to the regions, however a few snow showers can’t be ruled out near the higher elevations of Mt. Fuji in Japan. The period will end with high pressure over Japan and the Korea’s which will bring nice weather to the regions, while a weak frontal boundary moves through Northeast Russia and will bring some light snow to the region.
Day 7-10: The frontal boundary will push out of Northeast Russian and bring some light snow to the northern part of Japan for places like Sapporo. High pressure will be over the majority of the region from Central Japan westward into Eastern China. A few afternoon showers will be possible over the Northern Philippians during this time as well. By day eight another storm system will be moving over Eastern China and begin to start impacting the Korea’s and Western Japan with showers and cooler temps. While a few pesky snow showers will still be found over Northern Japan and Northeast Russia during this time. Day nine will have an area of low pressure over Southeast Japan which will bring showers to the area and higher elevation snows as well. High pressure will build in over Eastern China and bring nice weather to the region including the Korea’s, while a few showers will be found over the Northern part of the Philippians. Day ten the frontal boundary will extend over portions of Japan as the low moves out to the Northeast, this will create colder conditions for Japan and windy conditions, while high pressure will remain over Eastern China and the Korea’s.
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