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By: asiansummary , 7:49 AM GMT on June 18, 2014
Weather Underground Forecast for Friday, June 20, 2014
Tropical cyclone development is not anticipated across the Indian Ocean or the western Pacific on Friday. In the western Pacific, Tropical Depression Hagibis is forecast to dissipate by Friday morning as it continues to drift east northeastward. This system will be located approximately 700 nautical miles east southeast of Tokyo, Japan, with wind speeds staying below 39 mph (33 kts). Meanwhile, an area of low pressure will move northeastward across eastern China and the East China Sea. This system is forecast to push heavy rain and thunderstorms across much of eastern China, as well as parts of southern South Korea and southwest Japan. In the Indian Ocean, a westerly wave of low pressure will continue to usher showers and thunderstorms across the west coast of India. For more information regarding tropical cyclone activity, please visit http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/.
In Australia, a trough of low pressure will trek eastward across the eastern tier of the Great Australian Bight. This system will bring a chance of showers to the coast of South Australia and parts of Victoria on Friday. Adelaide will experience rain throughout the morning and afternoon with a high of 61(F)/ 16(C), while Melbourne can expect late afternoon and evening showers with a high of 61(F)/ 16(C). In addition, a cold front is forecast to approach the west coast of Australia. Rainy weather will push ahead of the frontal boundary, as Perth can expect rain throughout the day with a high of 65(F)/ 18(C).
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