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Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

A developing low pressure system will begin the day Monday just off the coast of Shanghai in the East China Sea before it moves northeastward just south of Japan and into the Pacific Ocean.
This system will carry significant moisture, and ample precipitation is likely in southern Japan and along the east coast.
The storm will not be all that cold, and thus most of the precipitation will fall as rain, although a few inland snow showers are possible. Even more precipitation will fall over open water off the coast.
Aside from some isolated showers along the storm's cold front as it stretches over the Taiwan Strait, the rest of the eastern portion of the continent will remain dry.
A generally cool pool of air will keep the area cool, with the warmest temperatures expected over southeast China. Frigid air will sweep over the Yellow Sea, Hokkaido and northern Honshu.
For Australia, the remnants of Tropical Cyclone Olga will continue to provide widespread precipitation in the eastern third of the country. Most of the precipitation will fall inland and north of Brisbane, but some rain will make its way into the city and slightly farther south. This will also bring windy conditions to some areas. Warm to hot summer weather will continue in the western half of the country, with the eastern half more mild.
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Source: Weather Underground
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Updated : 2021-07-27 05:06 GMT+08:00