International and U.S. Weather Forecast Jan. 1, 2016

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The weather forecast in the Midwest calls for a period of dry weather, although it comes too late to prevent the terrible flooding that has damaged much of the infrastructure in several states.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 50 / Low 31

Chicago, IL: Hi 23 / Low 18

Dallas, TX: Hi 46 / Low 32

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 65 / Low 44

New York, NY: Hi 44 / Low 32

Portland, OR: Hi 38 / Low 24

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 39 / Low 25

London, GP: Hi 47 / Low 42

Sydney, Australia: Hi 77 / Low 63

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 51 / Low 34

Major U.S. Weather News – Friday, Jan. 1, 2016:

The flood waters on the Mississippi, Meramec and Missouri rivers crested on New Year’s Eve, but it will take several days for the waters to recede.  When it does, it will leave behind a number of problems, including untreated sewage that has poured into the rivers.  

While people in the Midwest continue dealing with the flood waters over the next few days, rain and the threat of flooding will also be moving East on New Year’s Day.

International Weather News – Friday, Jan. 1, 2016:

In the Southern Hemisphere, here’s the weather across the continent of Africa. Temperatures in Celsius.   It will be chilly in the Middle East.

Tropical Storm ULA is also headed towards Fiji.

Could melting sea ice turn into rain, speeding up arctic warming and possible flooding around the world?  Some scientists believe this is possible:

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We are so fortunate to live in a period of time when we can see photos of our planet, as it is seen from outer space.

Sources of International and U.S. Weather Forecast:

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

Photos and Twitter reports 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, unless otherwise indicated. (1/1/16)

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