International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 18, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast Weather forecast March 18, 2016

Weather forecast March 18, 2016:  The spring-like temperatures in the U.S. will give way to another burst of winter.  There will be rain and/or snow in the areas around Denver, Dallas and in the Southeast.  Cold temperatures will continue over the weekend and stormy weather will move east, dumping snow in the Northeast by Monday.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for March 18, 2016:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 66 / Low 54 (showers)

Chicago, IL: Hi 44 / Low 34

Dallas, TX: Hi 70 / Low 45 (rain)

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 75 / Low 55

New York, NY: Hi 58 / Low 31

Portland, OR: Hi 61 / Low 43

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 70 / Low 41

London, GP: Hi 47 / Low 39

Sydney, Australia: Hi 85 / Low 63 (stormy)

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 64 / Low 55

Weather Videos of the Day:

March 17th was St. Patrick’s Day.  Watch as Chicago turns their river green:

Humans are not the only ones who need to be rescued after a flood.  When the Sacramento River in California flooded, firemen had to rescue this group of cats in trees:

U.S. Weather Forecast March 18, 2016:

Winter continues to hang on throughout the weekend for much of the U.S.  The video below shows where residents could expect storms and snow between now and Monday.  Although most places in the Northeast will get less than an inch of snow, Boston and a few areas around the Great Lakes could get up to three inches of snow.:

On Friday, however, temperatures will be cooler but most of the bad weather will be concentrated around Denver, Dallas and in the Southeast:

International Weather Forecast March 18, 2016:

Here’s the weather forecast for Great Britain on Friday and over the weekend:

Below are the forecast temperatures for South America on Friday (in Celsius):

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Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather

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