In the Eastern Pacific:
Low pressure system Invest 93E remains off the coast of Baja California. This area of disturbed weather has the potential for tropical storm development.
Dramatic floods hit Siberia with fears of worse to come.
A state of emergency was declared in the mountainous Republic of Altai after four days of extreme rainfall in southern Siberia. In all, 20 road and pedestrian bridges were damaged, leaving villages cut off.
Almost 4,000 houses were flooded in the deluge with more than 9,000 people hit including 2,000-plus children.
The destruction of a bridge in Chemalsky district caused an accident with the overturning of a GAZ-66 killing two people.
Reports said another four had died in the flooding which has also hit Khakassia and Tuva, with fears for Altai region, as well as Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk and Transbaikal. The Russian Emergencies Ministry (EMERCOM) and local authorities were working to assist people in the latest flooding to hit Siberia, an increasing phenomenon blamed by some experts on global warming.
Two Ilyushin Il-76 planes were sent to Siberia carrying rescue equipment, KAMAZ trucks and boats.
More than 2,000 people and 630 appliances were involved in the rescue efforts, along with dozens of boats.
Philippines – Due to heavy rain and thunderstorms, some parts of Metro Manila and Mindanao were flooded Sunday.
Iran – Floods have killed three people in northeastern Iran and emergency workers rescued 600 people from a neighbouring region hit by a landslide, media and the Red Crescent reported on Saturday. Heavy rains hit Iran hard in the past week, with the fatalities being recorded in Khorasan province.