International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 16, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast Weather forecast March 16, 2016

Weather forecast March 16, 2016:  On Wednesday, temperatures will continue to feel spring-like.  However, the jet stream will dip by later this week and temperatures in the Midwest, North and Northeast will cool off considerably. Meanwhile, flooding will continue to be a problem along rivers in Texas and Louisiana.  In Great Britain, the sunshine will warm things up a bit in that country. 

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 78 / Low 58 (stormy)

Chicago, IL: Hi 58 / Low 42

Dallas, TX: Hi 76 / Low 50

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 81 / Low 53

New York, NY: Hi 64 / Low 50

Portland, OR: Hi 54 / Low 34

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 63 / Low 43

London, GP: Hi 49 / Low 37

Sydney, Australia: Hi 76 / Low 68 (possible shower)

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 58 / Low 40

Weather Photo and Video of the Day:

This photo makes it look as if a dragon was spotted over Great Britain today!

Rising rivers in Texas and Sabine are expected to create problems for several more days.  The video below was recently taken along the Sabine river in Texas:


U.S. Weather Forecast March 16, 2016:

Temperatures are expected to cool off in the North and Northeast by later this week.  Enjoy the spring-like temperatures as long as they last in your area.  Temperatures should continue to be pleasant on Wednesday, before the cool-off begins.

This map shows what to expect in the Eastern half of the U.S. between Tuesday and Friday:

Here’s another picture of what to expect by the end of this week:

International Weather Forecast March 16, 2016:

Here’s the forecast for Great Britain for Wednesday (in Celsius):

More temperatures in Great Britain for Wednesday (Celsius)

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

As sea levels rise, scientists believe that millions of people living in coastal areas could be affected.  Despite this fact, coastal cities continue to spread:


Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather

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