International and U.S. Weather Forecast March 29, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast March 29, 2016

Weather forecast March 29, 2016:  More violent weather will be moving across the United States, due to Winter Storm Troy.  It will drop heavy snow from the Rocky Mountains across the Upper Midwest.  It will also bring violent storms to the central part of the U.S.  At the same time, Great Britain will see improving weather and India will experience higher than normal temperatures.  Get more weather details.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures March 29, 2016:

Atlanta, GA:  Hi 69 / Low 48

Chicago, IL:  Hi 50 / Low 43

Dallas, TX:  Hi 74 / Low 66

Los Angeles, CA:  Hi 65 / Low 50 (possible showers)

New York, NY: Hi 52 / Low 34

Portland, OR:  Hi 63 / Low 40

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities: 

Beijing, China:  Hi 72 / Low 45

London, GP:  Hi 52 / Low 41 (showers)

Sydney, Australia:  Hi 77 / Low 66 (stormy)

Tokyo, Japan:  Hi 61 / Low 48

Weather Video of the Day:

You may never have an opportunity to see collapsing glaciers for yourself.  However, this video will give you the chance to watch the dramatics collapse of one in Argentina:

U.S. Weather Forecast March 29, 2016:

Another front, Winter Storm Troy, will be dropping more snow from the Rocky Mountains across the Upper Midwest between now and Thursday.  A few areas could receive over 18 inches of snow.

The front will also bring severe storms with damaging winds across the center of the United States by Wednesday:

Below are more details on Wednesday’s stormy weather, including the possibility of tornadoes and hail:

The video below shows the “Big Picture” for this week:

International Weather Forecast March 29, 2016:

After high winds in Great Britain over the weekend and on Monday, here is the forecast for the remainder of the week:

There will be abnormally hot temperatures across India on Tuesday and lasting for a few days:

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

Over this past weekend, a volcano erupted in Alaska sending ash 20,000 feet in the air and causing air travel warnings.  The ash also covered a small Alaskan village.


Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather


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