International and U.S. Weather Forecast Jan. 11, 2016

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The weather forecast for most of the eastern two-thirds of the United States calls for temperatures only a polar bear would love! (

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 45 / Low 27

Chicago, IL: Hi 23 / Low 11 (snow)

Dallas, TX: Hi 49 / Low 33

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 65 / Low 42

New York, NY: Hi 35 / Low 25

Portland, OR: Hi 43 / Low 40 (rain)

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 30 / Low 16

London, GP: Hi 46 / Low 38

Sydney, Australia: Hi 90 / Low 70

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 48 / Low 34 (showers)

Major U.S. Weather News – Monday, Jan. 11, 2016:

Cold, mostly dry weather descended across most of the U.S. on Sunday and will remain until at least midweek.  In the Northwest and Southeast, temperatures will be more temperate.  The Northwest also anticipates rain over the next few days.  Light snow will fall in Chicago, with modest accumulations, adding to the snow that has already fallen across the country in Oklahoma, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio and nearby states over the past few days.

International Weather News – Monday, Jan. 11, 2016:

On Sunday, the northern parts of Great Britain received snow, while the southern parts saw sunshine.  The London area expects above freezing temperatures and sunshine until at least midweek.

Heat continues in Australia, staying in the 90’s on Monday and Tuesday.

In the South Pacific, Cyclone Ula has been battering Polynesia for the past couple of days.

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** 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. (1/11/16)

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