Oct 22, 2014; 5:00 AM ET Quiet weather will continue for game two and game three of the World Series as the series moves to the West Coast.
Cold air and high snow amounts will define the season in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic while drought conditions persist in northern California.
Many locations across the Northeast will feel like mid-November as the weekend progresses with the arrival of colder air and gusty winds.
The coldest air since last spring is descending on the Midwest, leading to some communities in the Upper Midwest seeing their first snow of the season.
With the United States stretching across such a vast mass of land, the varying landscape offers diverse weather phenomena in every corner of the country.
Heavy snowfall Wednesday night and Thursday morning covered parts of Montana, Wyoming and western South Dakota.
Chilly air has taken hold in areas from Denver to Minneapolis and Chicago. Much cooler air will expand to areas from Dallas to Atlanta and New York City as the week draws to a close.