It would appear the cold weather pattern will continue right into November. While some have not experienced the cold yet, it's on the way. The clipper coming down tonight and Tuesday will spread some light snow from the northern Plains through the Ohio Valley. That clipper will bring more cold weather into the Great Lakes and Northeast. The cold will relax in the East next week when a major snowstorm hits the Rockies and Plains. Denver will probably get over 6 inches of snow this time next week.
Speaking of snow, Typhoon Francisco will recurve to the Northeast, and that means a trough in the Eastern states seven to 10 days down the road. If the cold hangs in, we could see a snow event with the storm that develops in response to the trough coming into the East.
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The next couple of weeks will bring several big storms.
Heavy rains will hit California this weekend and cause serious flooding.
Another snowstorm will hit Maine and add to the snowcover.
A severe weather outbreak will occur Tuesday across eastern Texas and spread into Louisiana Tuesday night.
We are not done yet as the pattern will go to the extremes with at least 3 more major storms.
A storm that will last six to eight hours in any one location will produce some interesting weather.