International and U.S. Weather Forecast April 4, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast April 4, 2016

Weather forecast April 4, 2016:  The weather with vary widely from one area of the U.S. to another early in the week.  In the Northwest there will be rain moving onshore again.  In the Southwest, temperatures will be warming up and it will be dry.  In the Southeast, there will be rain.  In the Northeast and around the Great Lakes, there will be snow.  Across the Atlantic, in Great Britain, the weather will be changeable, as well.  See more temperatures and weather information.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures April 4, 2016:

Atlanta, GA:  Hi 74 / Low 50

Chicago, IL:  Hi 43 / Low 30

Dallas, TX:  Hi 83 / Low 55

Los Angeles, CA:  Hi 75 / Low 56

New York, NY: Hi 58 / Low 30

Portland, OR:  Hi 56 / Low 41 (light rain)

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities: 

Beijing, China:  Hi 68 / Low 46

London, GP:  Hi 58 / Low 45 (a few showers)

Sydney, Australia:  Hi 75 / Low 66 (possible showers)

Tokyo, Japan:  Hi 66 / Low 48 (light rain)

Weather Photo of the Day:

It may be spring, but there was snow in Wheelton Village in Great Britain last week:

U.S. Weather Forecast April 4, 2016:

Four different “forecasts” for the four different quadrants of the U.S., early next week. Rain will be moving onshore in the Northwest; it will be hot and dry in the Southwest; more stormy weather and rain in the Southeast; and cold weather with areas of snow in the Northeast.

The video below shows more details on where to expect snow, between now and Tuesday:

International Weather Forecast April 4, 2016:

The weather will be changeable in Great Britain on Monday:

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Learn more about London’s giant floating solar farm:


Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather

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