Combine the cold with the wind and some precipitation and there is a real danger of hypothermia.
Any shower and thunderstorm can contain heavy downpours, heavy enough to cause temporary, low-lying ponding.
According to all long-range models, the warmest area in North America compared to average will be over the Northwest.
No matter where you are, the sunshine gets more intense and causes quicker burning
A series of upper level lows moving off the Pacific brings, cool, cloudy, unsettled weather through Monday.
We (Accuweather.com) saw a way that this winter could end up being a bust not a boon even during a Super El Nino.
If you are in California, enjoy the warm sunshine now because next week will certainly bring a change.
It is increasingly likely that this will not be a banner year for well above-normal snowfall.
The rain will cause a high risk of flooding problems and there is a big threat for large and dangerous mudslides and debris flows in the recent burn areas.
Downtown Los Angeles will need slightly over 8 inches of rain between now and the end of March just to get to normal rainfall for the water year.