There is good news for people with travel or outdoor plans the next couple of weeks as much of the nation will be free from the effects of major storms.
A quick dose of cold air with lake-effect snow will race across the Upper Midwest and into the northeastern United States this weekend.
A break from the waves of cold air hammering the Midwest and Northeast is on the way, but not until next week.
A recent report listed the top 10 blackouts in United States history with Hurricane Maria topping the list.
Residents of the Pacific Northwest battered by an onslaught of storms this month will face the consequences of rain and milder conditions.
The busiest travel week of the year also falls during a volatile time for extreme weather.
The official start of the holiday shopping season will kick off on Friday as millions venture out to score the best deals.
Rain may slow travel for a time in New England, while significant travel delays are likely in the Northwest and over the Upper Midwest leading up to Thanksgiving.