While we were in a cold and snowy weather pattern, the flip-flopping of the weather pattern is what we expected to see this winter with shots of cold followed by shots of warmth.
Nature at Its Best in University Park, Florida, by "Sparkerson" on Nov. 26, 2014. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Snow and frigid air for parts of western Canada.
The Thanksgiving snowstorm left 300,000 without power and dropped up to 20 inches of snow!
Pattern will switch back to more normal for December.
Widespread snow across western Canada into Friday followed by a nasty shot of Arctic air.
This map courtesy of @WeatherNut27 shows the distribution of the heaviest snow from yesterday's storm. No big storms are likely in any of these areas during the rest of the holiday weekend.
Night Falls in Franklin Park, New Jersey, by "bird11" on Nov. 25, 2014. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
Snow is blanketing the interior mid-Atlantic and Northeast this afternoon, but two distinct warmups are in the works next week to eat away at the snow.
A snowstorm with problems but where it does snow, roads will get horrible.
It may feel like spring today in the East, but by Wednesday, snow will be flying up and down the Eastern Seaboard with temperatures much below normal.