International and U.S. Weather Forecast Jan. 31, 2016

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The weather forecast calls for showers in a variety of locations around the world, and rain along the West Coast of the U.S.  Tropical Storm Stan is moving onshore in Australia. With all the weather, perhaps some people will have the opportunity to see a “Hand of God” cloud like the one pictured here. (

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 65 / Low 56

Chicago, IL: Hi 49 / Low 32 (a few showers)

Dallas, TX: Hi 70 / 45

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 61 / Low 46 (rain)

New York, NY: Hi 46 / Low 40

Portland, OR: Hi 44 / Low 35 (showers)

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 34 / Low 16

London, GP: Hi 54 / Low 49 (some rain)

Sydney, Australia: Hi 86 / Low 67

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 44 / Low 32

Major U.S. Weather News – Jan. 31, 2016:

On Sunday, the weather will be mild across most of the Midwest and East Coast. There will be rain moving onshore all along the West Coast over the weekend.  By Sunday, it will even reach down to Southern California.  After the January thaw, however, things will change rapidly early next week, as you will see in the maps below this one.

By Monday, Winter Storm Kayla will form and the country will be split … snow and ice on the west side of the front with rain on the eastern side of the front.

Winter Storm Kayla will bring blizzard conditions across a broad swath of the United States by Wednesday.

Along with the blizzard conditions across much of the country, the Southeast will see the possibility of violent storms early next week:

International Weather News – Jan. 31, 2016:

Tropical Storm Stan is moving onshore in Australia as a Category 3 cyclone and will bring heavy rain, although mostly to sparsely populated areas of the country.  On the other side of the country, Sydney will have sunny skies and warm weather.

In Great Britain, here is the weather forecast from Winter Storm Henry:

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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. (1/31/16)

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