Following one of the snowiest Februarys on record, Seattle is in for another rare weather event this coming week.
Spring is expected to kick off with most of the northern tier of the United States enjoying mild weather on Wednesday, while temperatures trend downward in California following this weekend's warmth.
The recent bomb cyclone has set into motion the big surge of water that can keep most larger rivers above flood stage for many weeks this spring.
After an extended break from storms, a new storm from the Pacific will eye California and much of the Southwest during the middle to latter part of this week.
Heavy rain inundated portions of eastern Indonesia this weekend, resulting in widespread flooding and mudslides that have killed at least 79, injured dozens and displaced thousands. Dozens remain missing.
Tropical depression Chedeng organized across the Philippine Sea and will threaten the southern Philippines with flash flooding and gusty winds early this week.
Not many people could imagine braving a location situated in a climate so extreme that its considered unsuitable for human habitation.