Meteorology Brought To You From Asia -- 4/7/12

Meteorology Brought To You From Asia -- 4/7/12

Beijing : China | Apr 06, 2012 at 5:34 PM PDT
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Here is the Asian weather forecast for Saturday, April 7th, 2012. All weather data has been calculated by and all degrees are in Fahrenheit.

Kabul, Afghanistan: Partly Cloudy. 71/45.

Karachi, Pakistan: Partly Cloudy and hot. 97/75.

New Delhi, India: Partly Sunny and hot. 102/73.

Colombo, Sri Lanka: Scattered Thunderstorms. 89/78.

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Thunderstorms. 83/72.

Ulan Bator, Mongolia: Partly Sunny. 44/25.

Guangzhou, China: Rain showers. 73/66.

Beijing, China: Sunny and clear. 78/46.

Seoul, South Korea: Sunny and pleasant. 52/36.

Tokyo, Japan: Mostly Cloudy. 52/38.

Manila, Philippines: Partly Sunny. 90/79.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Scattered showers. 90/75.

Singapore City, Singapore: Rain showers. 89/74.

Jakarta, Indonesia: Thunderstorms. 84/74.

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