It is going to be a chilly weekend along the West Coast, also featuring rain and snow. Just as the storm system exits the region and pushes to the east, another one is right on its heels packing colder temperatures that will bring down the snow levels.
Here is what you need to know about the latest development.
Incoming Storm System on Tap for the West Coast This Weekend
A cross-county storm is setting up to deal the possibility of blizzard conditions and severe thunderstorms to the central and eastern portions of the nation starting early next week. However, this storm will first impact the West Coast beginning Friday night.
You can expect the storm system to roar onshore from the Pacific Ocean late Friday. The presence of colder air circulating within the system will translate to snow at levels that may have not seen the flakes fly yet this season.
This weather maker is just another in a line of storms that has been affecting the West to start the new year. This particular storm will gain strength and intensity as it moves to the east, limiting what it produces for the immediate West Coast.
The Pacific Northwest will be the first corner of the country to see the impacts from this far-reaching storm.