After record-shattering warmth baked the mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Friday, much colder air is set to make a comeback later this weekend.
A widespread outbreak of severe weather is threatening a large portion of the Midwest.
Flooding created chaos for hundreds in California this week, while a deadly wind storm slammed the United Kingdom.
A line of strong thunderstorms will march across the northeastern United States interior on Saturday with the potential for flash flooding and damaging wind gusts.
A line of strong thunderstorms will march across the northeastern United States into Saturday night with the potential for flash flooding and damaging wind gusts.
Potent thunderstorms will threaten a portion of the midwestern United States with destructive winds and isolated tornadoes into Friday night.
A snowstorm is snarling travel across the central United States and will evolve into a blizzard into Friday.
Some rain and pass-level snow aiming at California from Sunday to Monday could be the last significant storm through the middle of March.
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After shattering heat records across the Northeast, the recent warmth will give way to more seasonable chill once more early next week.