Here is the Asian continental forecast for Monday 25 February 2013. Every weather statistic has been calculated by AccuWeather and all degrees are in Fahrenheit. Start your workweek off right by checking out the forecast below except if you are forced into labor in Asia. Weather forecasts do not matter to those who are confined to labor camps. They never go outside while working 16-18 hours a day.
Baghdad, Iraq: Sunny and pleasant. 74/52.
Kabul, Afghanistan: Rain and drizzle. 48/36.
Karachi, Pakistan: Sunny and clear. 85/59.
New Delhi, India: Light fog early due to pollution, then sunny. 78/51.
Colombo, Sri Lanka: Partly Cloudy. 91/72.
Dhaka, Bangladesh: Sunny and clear. 92/69.
Guangzhou, China: Light fog early due to pollution, then partly sunny with acid rain and drizzle late. 77/65.
Beijing, China: Mostly Cloudy with a few flurries. 38/29.
Ulan Bator, Mongolia: Mostly Cloudy and cold. 26/-1.
Pyongyang, North Korea: Mostly Cloudy. 42/25. (The weather is always gloomy in North Korea because they are stuck in North Korea.)
Seoul, South Korea: Mostly Cloudy. 46/29.
Tokyo, Japan: Partly Sunny. 44/31.
Manila, Philippines: Partly Sunny with a couple of light showers. 89/76.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Mostly Cloudy with thunderstorms. 88/76.
Singapore City, Singapore: Cloudy with thunderstorms. 89/77.
Jakarta, Indonesia: Cloudy with thunderstorms. 88/76.