Large parts of California, including around Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, warned of heavy rain, snowfall, strong winds and potential flooding forecast for this weekend.
As the powerful winter storm leaves the Northeast, a new storm building off the West coast is expected to bring heavy rain and mountain snow in California and New Mexico.
A string of schools are closed or on a delayed opening schedule in parts of the Northeast, including in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the aftermath of a severe winter storm.
Several areas of the Philippines are under an extreme flood advisory including the Eastern Visayas, Bicol and Calabarzon regions.
More than 200 schools across New Jersey, Connecticut, Albany and other parts of the New England area are closed following severe disruption from the winter storm that hit the Northeast this weekend.
The major storm system from the West has moved to the Northeast, with thousands of flight delays and cancelations causing severe travel disruption across the country following the Thanksgiving weekend.
The family had gone for a traditional Thanksgiving hunting trip, reported the East Idaho News.
Several parts of Arizona, including Phoenix and Tuscon, have been issued with severe flood and thunderstorm warnings, with wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour expected.
A winter storm warning and weather advisory have been issued for parts of northern California and southern Oregon in the aftermath of a powerful "bomb cyclone."
Travel plans over the Thanksgiving period will be heavily affected by two major storm systems poised to sweep across the nation, moving through the West, the Midwest and the South.
Mandatory evacuation orders and warnings are in place in parts of Santa Barbara County following a wind-driven fire sparked in Los Padres National Park near Painted Cave Road.
Parts of California, the Northeast, the Midwest, Central Rockies and the Great Lakes area are forecast to be hit by heavy snow this week, including on Wednesday, the busiest day for Thanksgiving holiday travel.
The LA Department of Public Health has warned residents and visitors to avoid contact with ocean waters around discharging storm drains, creeks, and rivers.
Severe storm systems heading to parts of the Central states, and potentially spreading south and east, are predicted to cause major travel disruptions on the busiest day of the year for Thanksgiving holiday commuters.
Flash flooding is expected in several parts near the West Coast, including most of Arizona and some parts of Southern California, which has seen its first significant rainfall since May.
A winter storm warning is in effect across Central and Western New York with a cold front bringing record cold temperatures and snowfall of more than 12 inches in some parts of the region.
Several fires have been fully contained but 7 large fires remain burning across California, 5 of which are yet to be contained.
Fire weather conditions remain throughout parts of California including the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego, as a new fire breaks out in Lake County.
Residents of Southern California are advised to remain alert this week, with dry weather conditions prolonging the risk of wildfires.
Firefighters continue to battle a series of raging fires across California.following a new fire in Ventura County.
California has been swept by another rapidly moving fire in the Somis and Santa Paula areas of Ventura County.
An Arctic cold front is sweeping eastwards across the the country.
Dangerous fire weather conditions persist with a string of new fires breaking out in Ventura, Riverside and Orange County.
The historic Ronald Reagan Presidential Library had a narrow escape from a new fire that raged across the Simi Valley area of Ventura County.
Halloween may not be too kind to trick-or-treaters this year, with inclement weather conditions predicted in the Midwest as well as in several states along the East Coast on Thursday.
The Getty Fire battle continues, with 15 percent of the fire contained so far and an Extreme Fire Red Flag Warning in place across Los Angeles County.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued an unprecedented enhanced Red Flag Warning following the ongoing threat of highly dangerous fire weather conditions.
Parts of the San Francisco Bay Area and other parts of California continue to be affected by extremely hazardous air quality conditions that could lead to adverse health effects.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has launched an investigation into utility groups following a report that revealed an electrical line from PG&E malfunctioned moments before the Kincade Fire.