Bouts of rain and strong winds will be common across British Columbia and the northwestern United States as storms roll in one after another this week.
Potent storms will begin to bombard British Columbia and the northwestern United States during the second half of October.
Beneficial rain and severe weather will accompany a push of cooler air across the central United States this weekend.
While much of the western U.S. remains sunny and dry this week, the Northwest will brace for another bought of dreary, wintry weather.
Snow will continue to fall on a large part of Colorado and the central Rockies and result in travel delays into Monday evening.
Chilly weather is in store for the Northeast, with January ushering in some of the coldest air of the season. Although however cold, lows will pale in comparison to those in the northern Plains where the mercury may dip to minus 30 F.
Another blast of cool air will set the stage for unsettled weather across the northwestern United States this weekend.
An early-season snowstorm brought treacherous travel to parts of the Intermountain West early this week.