International and U.S. Weather Forecast Dec. 26, 2015

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After an unusually warm fall with little frozen precipitation, the weather forecast in several parts of the United States calls for snow.  The photo above shows the snow in Omaha earlier this week; New England will get snow early next week. (

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 73 / Low 66 (shower)

Chicago, IL: Hi 49 / Low 37 (shower)

Dallas, TX: Hi 74 / Low 59 (rain)

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 61 / Low 39

New York, NY: Hi 51 / Low 48 (shower)

Portland, OR: Hi 40 / Low 31

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 43 / Low 21

London, GP: Hi 58 / Low 50

Sydney, Australia: Hi 83 / Low 66 (rain)

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 52 / Low 35

Major U.S. Weather News – Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015:

Winter storm Goliath will be moving East over the next few days.  Early in the weekend, the East will continue to be warm, while the West has ice and snow in the higher elevations.  By early next week, snow will move into New England, returning temperatures to normal.  The three maps below show how the weather will change in the next few days.

International Weather News – Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015:

It has been a record wet December in Great Britain, especially in the northern areas, as reported by BBC Weather:

 In addition to the rain, it has also been an unusually warm December in the United Kingdom.

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

Crops are beginning to be affected by the declining bee population.  If you are interested in learning more about the details, here is an interesting article on the topic:

“Declining Wild Bee Populations Impact Pollinator-Dependent Crops”


Sources of International and U.S. Weather Forecast:

Temperatures and additional information courtesy of:

Additional weather news from:

Latest weather stories from, ABC Nightly News, and “Good Morning America”

Photos and Twitter messages courtesy of WeatherChannel and BBCWeather on Twitter

** Temperatures and types of precipitation are based on forecasts by Actual temperatures and types of precipitation for this date may vary slightly. All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit, not Celsius. (12/26/15)

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