A winter storm hit parts of the Midwest and Northwest on Friday and will continue onto the Northeast through the weekend.
Most partygoers across the United States can expect a rather underwhelming set of weather patterns, as well as "higher than average" temperatures, according to forecasters.
A delayed wet season and offshore winds are set to increase risk of wildfires igniting on Saturday and Sunday.
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Areas along the coast will be the most affected by severe weather conditions forecast for the middle of the week.
President Donald Trump repeatedly claimed that Alabama is in the path of Hurricane Dorian, despite weather officials saying the opposite.
While people may be ready for sunshine, Mother Nature isn't exactly on board.
The storm was expected to begin as early as Friday night in the Midwest and Central Plains.
The snow storm would likely hit Monday night.
Due to the possibility of frostbite, tailgating fans are urged to wear layers and to be cautious if they consume alcohol.
Used to describe a storm, the term "bombogenesis" means "bomb cyclone."
Mandatory evacuations are in place in some areas of California affected by recent wildfires because of the risk of mudslides and debris flows.
Sever weather is set to continue to wreak havoc across the central United States.
More than a foot of snow is expected in some areas.
Some areas of North Carolina got up to 16 inches of snow from the storm.
NASA's Bill Cooke says to expect up to 100 meteors per hour.
Florida Governor Rick Scott warned it could be the most destructive storm in years.
The latest Hurricane Florence spaghetti models show where the storm could go in the coming days.