Evan Myers has details on the drop in temperatures and potential storms.
An active storm pattern sets up in the Northeast and New England states through next week.
A massive storm with rain, snow and wind will delay holiday travel on the roads and airports.
While a snowstorm is not expected this weekend, there will be enough snow from the Midwest to the East to make roads slippery.
A nearly stationary storm dumped over 2 inches of rain in Torrance, California, in two hours which led to widespread flooding.
As rain continues to fall in southern California, the threat for flooding and mudslides continues to be a concern.
Flights are still being delayed in San Francisco and Phoenix due to drought-denting rain. Meanwhile, 7 to 8 inches of snow is falling over the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Clouds and seasonable temperatures will greet fans as the 2014 NCAA football bowl season kicks off.
Ski resort jobs in Snoqualmie are threatened by a lack of snowfall this December.
Officials at Oak Park Elementary ordered a massive overnight cleaning of the building after 600 students and staff called in sick Tuesday.