International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 19, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast Weather forecast March 19, 2016

Weather forecast March 19, 2016:  The U.S. will see a major change in the weather over the next few days, with snow possible in the Northeast on the first day of Spring.  There will also be more violent, stormy weather in the Southeast.  This article also contains forecasts for New Zealand, Great Britain and Europe. 

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for March 19, 2016:

Atlanta, GA: Hi 64 / Low 42 (stormy)

Chicago, IL: Hi 41 / Low 32 (mix of rain/snow)

Dallas, TX: Hi 60 / Low 39

Los Angeles, CA: Hi 75 / Low 54

New York, NY: Hi 45 / Low 31

Portland, OR: Hi 60 / Low 47

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:

Beijing, China: Hi 59 / Low 39

London, GP: Hi 46 / Low 39

Sydney, Australia: Hi 72 / Low 64

Tokyo, Japan: Hi 66 / Low 46 (rain)

Weather Video of the Day:

Incredible view of a double rainbow … all 360 degrees of it.  Best of all, it was taken over Ireland, just 10 days before St. Patrick’s Day.

U.S. Weather Forecast March 19, 2016:

After spring-like weather throughout much of the U.S. during the past week, the first day of spring could bring snow to the Northeast:

The maps below show two different models for where the snow is expected to fall:

Here’s the “Big Picture” for the weekend, including more potential violent storms in the Southeast:

International Weather Forecast March 19, 2016:

Below is the weather forecast for the weekend in different parts of Great Britain:

The weather in Europe this weekend shows dramatic differences between Moscow and Rome:

In the Southern Hemisphere, New Zealand will be getting a lot of rain over the next few days:

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

Was this image of three suns taken on another planet?  No … and it is not trick photography.  It is the result of ice crystals.

Resources:

http://www.accuweather.com/

http://BreakingNews.com

Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather


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