International and U.S. Weather Forecast April 5, 2016

Weather-graphic-DVN-weather forecast April 5, 2016

Weather forecast April 5, 2016:  The weather will dry out and warm up along the West Coast of the United States.  In the Eastern part of the U.S., the storm weather will move off-shore.  By Tuesday, the snow in the Northeast will have accumulated as much as 5 to 8 inches of snow.  Great Britain may see a few showers on Tuesday, with more likely on Wednesday.  See more weather photos and news.

U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures April 5, 2016:

Atlanta, GA:  Hi 68 / Low 45

Chicago, IL:  Hi 45 / Low 42 (few showers)

Dallas, TX:  Hi 83 / Low 59

Los Angeles, CA:  Hi 80 / Low 59

New York, NY: Hi 41 / Low 28

Portland, OR:  Hi 61 / Low 41

International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities: 

Beijing, China:  Hi 75 / Low 52

London, GP:  Hi 56 / Low 42 (possible showers)

Sydney, Australia:  Hi 82 / Low 68

Tokyo, Japan:  Hi 58 / Low 46 (rain)

Weather Photo of the Day:

Stunning photo of a rainbow at Westward Ho beach in North Devon, Great Britain.

U.S. Weather Forecast April 5, 2016:

After snow fell in the Northeast over the weekend, on Tuesday morning there could be accumulations of 3 to 8 inches in places.

The weather on Monday evening looked like this:

By Tuesday, however, the worst of Winter Storm Ursula will have moved off-shore … only to be followed by another storm.  The center of the country can also expect storms  to develope.  See the video:

International Weather Forecast April 5, 2016:

Below is the forecast in Great Britain for Tuesday and Wednesday:

Here are more details about the weather in Great Britain:

More Interesting Weather Related Stories:

When violent storms roar across the middle of the country, as they did last week in the U.S., storm watchers and and social science researchers use sophisticated equipment to verify the strength and presence of tornadoes.

Resources:

http://www.accuweather.com/

http://BreakingNews.com

Photos and Twitter maps courtesy of WeatherChannel, CNNWeather and BBCWeather


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