The first true cold surge of the season is setting up mid next week ushering in some of the coldest temperatures seen since last spring. Gale force winds will also be seen across much of eastern China, Western Japan, Okinawa, Taiwan and the Northern Philippines as a strengthening siberian high dives south out of Russia.
As we head in to the weekend across Eastern Asia there is little to discuss in the form of severe weather. Still though a few “hot spots” will damper outdoor weekend activities for some people. For starts as we mentioned yesterday there is a burst of energy pushing across the southern Philippines bringing scattered
Light rainfall continues to dominate the pacific coast of Japan Thursday morning but should quickly clear out leaving sunny skies in its wake by the afternoon hours for not only coastal areas but most of Japan, the Korean Pennisula and Eastern China. Temperatures will be on the cool side though. In Tokyo Thursday mornings low
An elongated area of low pressure stretching over Japan and Eastern China this morning will usher in wide spread rainfall through much of the region Wednesday followed by a shot of some of the coldest air yet this year in to Thursday. Already this low has triggered heavy showers in parts of western Japan.
A series of mid-latitude storm systems are rolling across Korea and Japan today making for some foul and cooler weather for the region going in to mid-week. What really is two low pressure centers will feel like one long one though for residents of South Korea and Japan. Scattered showers and cloudy skies will