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Default July 2003 Global Weather Highlights


GLOBAL WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS

JULY 2003

NORTH AMERICA
Alaska

Temperatures averaged 2C to 4C above normal across Alaska; with highs ranging
from 20C to 28C. Lows remained above freezing throughout the first week.

Southwestern Canada and Northwestern United States

Little or no rain fell on southwestern British Columbia and the Pacific
Northwest during the second week. Although this is the relatively dry time of
year in the region.

UNITED STATES
Southeastern

Tropical Storm Bill struck the central Gulf coast with high wind and torrential
rains of 125 to 400 mm. The remnants of Bill then spread amounts of 25 to 125
mm to the middle Atlantic coast.

Eastern

Temperatures averaged 2C to 3C above normal during the first week from
northern Illinois northeastward to the Maritime Provinces, with highs ranging
from 30C to 36C.

Great Plains and Eastern Rockies

Scattered showers brought rainfall amounts of up to 60 mm in the central
Rockies and central High Plains during the final week. The rainfall eased
dryness, but the remainder of the region received little or no rain.

SOUTH AMERICA

Temperatures averaged 2C to 7C above normal across southern Brazil, Paraguay,

Uruguay, northern Argentina, and central Chile.

Northern Colombia

Precipitation amounts of 25 and 100 mm fell on the coastal portions of Colombia
during the second week.

Northern

Rainfall amounts of 50 to 200 mm drenched northern Venezuela during the third
week.

Northern Argentina

Little or no rain fell on northern Argentina during the third week.

Europe, Northwestern Africa

Temperatures averaged 2C to 8C above normal across central and southern
Europe and northwestern Africa.

INDIA
Northwestern

Temperatures averaged 2C to 4C below normal across northwestern India.
Despite the below normal readings, the mercury still exceeded 40C at some
locations and remained above 20C across the region.

RUSSIA
Western Siberia

Temperatures averaged 2C to 5C above normal across western Siberia.

Eastern Asian Russia

Temperatures averaged 2C to 6C above normal dominated the eastern half of
Siberia, with locally higher departures reported in central Siberia.

ASIA
East Central

Rainfall of 100 to 400 mm fell across east central China while heavy rainfall
of 50 to 200 mm fell across South Korea and southern Japan.

East-Central Asia

Torrential downpours of 100 to 500 mm fell from eastern Sichuan and northern
Guizhou eastward to Shanghai and southern Jiangsu, much of the Korean
Peninsula, and parts of western and west-central Japan.

East Central Asia

Temperatures averaged 2C to 5C above normal across central and southern
China during the final week.

Central China

Temperatures averaged 2C to 3C below normal across central China, with
locally larger departures approaching -5C.



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