Rain and thunderstorms will continue to cause travel delays and raise the risk of isolated flooding in parts of the northeastern United States and Atlantic Canada into the weekend.
River levels will gradually recede across the flood-ravaged eastern Carolinas as dry weather continues into the middle of the week.
Following several potent storm systems this past week and weekend, unsettled weather will linger into Monday but impacts should begin to lessen.
A train of storms will bring flooding, pounding surf and hurricane-force winds to the northwestern United States into next week.
Dramatic changes in the weather will occur across the eastern U.S. through the end of October.
The slow-moving river flooding disaster in the eastern parts of the Carolinas, brought on by torrential rainfall from Hurricane Matthew, will continue through the third week of October.
Multiple potent storms will blast the northwestern United States through early next week and could be a sign of developing La Nina conditions this winter.
The central United States will face a renewed threat of flooding rain and severe thunderstorms through Thursday night.