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Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

Weather forecast for the Asia-Pacific region

A strong low pressure system will push off China's east coast Friday, bringing moderate to heavy snow showers to the Korean peninsula and moderate to heavy rain to western Japan early in the day. Toward evening, the system will bring moderate to heavy showers of mixed precipitation to northern Japan and snow will diminish over the Koreas.
Tokyo may see scattered showers with a high near 10 Celsius.
A front will meanwhile extend from the low pressure system in the east and hover over central China. It will slowly track southeastward, bringing widespread scattered showers to southeastern China and kicking up moderate to heavy showers from Changsha to Shanghai.
Shanghai will see plenty of rain with a high near 5 C, while Hong Kong will see lighter and scattered showers with a high near 23 C.
High pressure will build up behind this system, bringing dry and cool conditions in northern China. Expect mostly sunny skies in Beijing with a high near 5 C.
To the south, Tropical Cyclone Hamish located northeast of Brisbane will continue to track northward up Australia's east coast, bringing more strong winds, heavy downpours, and dangerous surf but gradually losing strength as the day progresses. Expect 35 mph (55 kph) winds gusting up to 46 mph (75 kph) with maximum wave heights near 18 feet (5.5 meters).
Tropical Cyclone Twenty will meanwhile move southward and remain well east of the Cook Islands. The storm will lose strength as it tracks over cooler waters, but expect strong winds to persist in the area with gusts up to 46 mph (75 kph).
Otherwise, Australia will continue to see mostly dry and warm weather. A low pressure system moving through the Great Australian Bight will bring scattered coastal showers to Victoria. Sydney will see a few clouds with a high near 23 C.
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Source: Weather Underground
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Updated : 2021-07-24 00:54 GMT+08:00