As a train of storms continues to move off the Pacific Ocean, colder air will press farther south over the weekend into the Portland area.
Temperatures will dip to their lowest levels of the season so far during the day and night this weekend. High temperatures will be in the 50s. Temperatures can dip close to 40 degrees at night.
While it will not get cold enough to snow in the Portland area Saturday and Sunday, the event will bring the lowest snow levels of the season so far throughout the Northwest.
During the weekend, snow levels will dip to near 3,000 feet on the southern Washington Cascades and to near 4,000 feet on average over the Oregon Cascades.
It will snow at pass level. The first slushy accumulation is possible on roadways in the high country.
Temperatures will not be in a hurry to bounce back early next week.
An intense band of heavy rainfall will continue across South Carolina and parts of North Carolina, bringing storm total rainfall across some areas over one foot.
Lives and property will continue to be threatened in and around South Carolina through Monday as additional torrential rain pours down, further worsening already major to catastrophic flooding.
According to the BBC, the Brague River overflowed its banks, sending water into nearby towns and cities, including Cannes.
Tropical cyclones presented trouble around the world this week, while heavy snow fell in parts of Alaska.
Mujigae will bring flooding and strong winds to parts of southern China early next week.
An invasion of summerlike heat will be felt across parts of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales early this week.
Denver, CO (1969)
9.6 inches of snow fell. October of 1969 would end up being the coldest and snowiest of record for Denver with 31.2 inches of snow for the entire month.
Early season snowstorm claimed 17 lives in Central New York and injured 332. Vermont suffered 17 million dollars in damage. Albany New York received 6 inches of snow which was their earliest measurable snow in 117 years of records.
Heavy thunderstorms and some waterspouts through the southern part of the state. Davie, FL, had 3.57 inches of rain in one hour.