Pacific storms will sweep into the northwestern United States on occasion into next week, keeping temperatures from returning to record high levels.
The names of two catastrophic storms, which wreaked havoc and claimed lives during the 2018 season, have been retired by the World Meteorological Organization.
A storm that may become the next 'bomb cyclone' for the United States will target the Northeast with high winds from Friday to Saturday as cold air blasts in.
The flooding disaster that continues to unfold over the central United States is likely to continue well into April, putting more communities and farmland at risk.
A combination of factors may come together to unleash a rapid flooding event across central and southeastern portions of Maine and New Brunswick into Friday night.
While many across the southern Plains have been enjoying dry, springlike weather over the past week or so, another round of wet and locally severe weather is on the horizon.
In less than 24 hours, Veronica went from an unnamed tropical low to a Category 4 intense tropical cyclone as it spun off the northwestern coastline of Western Australia. The powerful cyclone is now taking aim at the Pilbara Coast.
More than a thousand people are feared dead in Mozambique and Zimbabwe as the flood catastrophe caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai rages on. Drier weather is expected to finally return later this weekend.
The dangers to lives and property are expected to expand well away from where Severe Tropical Cyclone Trevor makes a dangerous strike on Australia's Northern Territory early this weekend.