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Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

Remnants of Typhoon Vamco will continue tracking from the northern Pacific Ocean into the Bering Straight on Thursday.
The storm will bring strong winds, periods of heavy rain and dangerous surf to the region.
Meanwhile, a low pressure system spinning over eastern Russia will produce a strong front that will extend southward over northwestern China and North Korea, and extend over the Yellow Sea into eastern China.
This front will trigger moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms as it moves southeastward, reaching Japan and extending over South Korea by evening. This will push the higher pressure eastward and allow for increasingly wet weather over Tokyo. Expect scattered showers and thunderstorms in Seoul, while Shanghai will also see strong storms.
To the south, the front will pull in moist flow from the South China Sea, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms along the southeastern coast of China. Hong Kong may see another day of scattered thunderstorm development.
To the north of this system, high pressure will build in and allow for warm and pleasant weather with mostly sunny skies.
To the west, strong storms will persist over India, and widespread scattered showers are anticipated from Myanmar to Vietnam and Laos.
In Australia, high pressure will mainly cover the country on Thursday, bringing mostly sunny skies and warm conditions to Sydney. A small disturbance will track through Western and South Australia, kicking up scattered showers.
Moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms will persist over New Zealand as a low pressure system south of the region continues pushing much moisture onshore.
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Source: Weather Underground
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Updated : 2021-04-13 07:24 GMT+08:00