International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 15, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast Weather forecast March 15, 2016

Weather forecast March 15, 2016:  The temperatures in the U.S. will be warming up until mid-week, and then there will be a cool-off.  Flooding has caused major problems in parts of the south, particularly Louisiana and Texas. Rivers will continue to rise for several more days.  On Tuesday, there will be more storms in the North and Northeast.  In Europe, temperatures will be warm in the western areas and cooler in the eastern countries.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 82 / Low 59

Chicago, IL: Hi 60 / Low 45 (stormy)

Dallas, TX: Hi 80 / Low 52

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 75 / Low 54

New York, NY: Hi 57 / Low 49

Portland, OR: Hi 49 / Low 38 (showers)

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 59 / Low 36

London, GP: Hi 50 / Low 40

Sydney, Australia: Hi 78 / Low 69 (stormy)

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 53 / Low 32

Weather Photos of the Day:

The weather has been stormy in the South and Midwest, causing massive areas of flooding, especially in Louisiana and parts of Texas.  Rivers are still rising.  The first photo shows flooding in Louisiana; the second shows Texas.

U.S. Weather Forecast March 15, 2016:

Here are the temperatures across the U.S. this week.  They will be warming up until mid-week, then begin to cool off.

Here’s the “Big Picture” for Tuesday:

International Weather Forecast March 15, 2016:

Across Europe, temperatures will be warm in the west and chilly in the east.

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Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather

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