The same cold storm bringing spotty rain and mountain snow to California today will shift to the Four Corners Friday into this weekend.
Snow will arrive Friday night across the Wasatch Mountains of southern Utah and the mountains of northern Arizona.
The snow will then spread into the San Juan Mountains and Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Colorado, followed by the San Andres Mountains in New Mexico Saturday into Sunday.
Travel through mountain passes will be very dangerous as roadways become snow-packed and icy.
Visibility will also be quite limited during heavier pockets of snow.
If you will be heading to any of the major ski resorts, be prepared for difficult travel this weekend.
Mountainous locations such as Aspen, Steamboat Springs and Telluride and Flagstaff will all be impacted.
It will be a wetter rather than whiter story in the lower elevations. Heavy rain and embedded thunderstorms will affect Phoenix, Las Vegas and Tucson.
This storm has the potential to cause major delays at airports. Be sure to continue monitoring this upcoming storm with AccuWeather.com.
A 10-month-old girl died after being left in a hot car in Kansas Thursday night, according to the Associated Press, as high heat gripped the area.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists are monitoring an area of thunderstorms near Palau for potential tropical development.
Stormy weather will be the theme for the weekend across the Midwest and Ohio Valley with several chances for severe thunderstorms.
A thick, massive band of mayflies traveling along the Mississippi River created a swarm so intense it became visible on National Weather Service radars on July 20, 2014.
Minneapolis will see a significant shift in temperatures this weekend.
As thousands flock to Los Angeles for the 2014 Vans US Open of Surfing this weekend, the weather will cooperate with plenty of sunshine and slightly higher-than-average temperatures.
St. Bonaventure, Quebec (1975)
A tornado struck in the early morning hours wiping out 65 percent of the town, killing 3 persons and injuring 45. 300 persons were left homeless, and at least 100 buildings were destroyed.
Lawton, OK (1990)
A thunderstorm cluster brought 11" of rain.
Washington, DC (1991)
A total of 3" of rain from heavy thunderstorms.