International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 28, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast March 28, 2016

Weather forecast March 28, 2016: In the U.S., another winter storm will be dropping snow from Northern Colorado and Wyoming to the Great Lakes.  After that storm passes, temperatures will begin to drop in the Eastern half of the U.S.  In Great Britain, Monday will start out stormy; however, the weather will get better and be nicer for the remainder of the week.  See more temperatures and weather photos. 

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures March 28, 2016:

Atlanta, GA:  Hi 67 / Low 45 (scattered showers)

Chicago, IL:  Hi 49 / Low 35

Dallas, TX:  Hi 71 / Low 52

Los Angeles, CA:  Hi 68 / Low 50

New York, NY: Hi 55 / Low 40 (chance of rain)

Portland, OR:  Hi 54 / Low 36

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities: 

Beijing, China:  Hi 70 / Low 48

London, GP:  Hi 53 / Low 41

Sydney, Australia:  Hi 75 / Low 65

Tokyo, Japan:  Hi 61/ Low 44

Weather Video of the Day:

What is it like to be outside in 115 mile per hour winds?  This brave meteorologist in Croatia braved the weather to record this incredible video:

In Great Britain, residents enjoyed this spectacular cloud formation:

U.S. Weather Forecast March 28, 2016:

Another winter storm will be moving across the U.S. this week, with snow from Northern Colorado and Wyoming to the Great Lakes.  The mountains could get 2 to 3 feet of snow in some locations.  Below are the details of which areas should expect snow:

By the end of the week, the weather could turn colder in most of the Northern and Eastern sections of the United States. It will be warmer than usual in Florida and along the West Coast.

International Weather Forecast March 28, 2016:

The weather will be stormy on Monday morning, but will improve in Great Britain for the remainder of the week: 

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

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Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather


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