Series of wintry storms take aim at Northwest
Another series of storms is set to sweep through the Pacific Northwest and Northern California into next week and not only bring much-needed rain and mountain snow but also flooding concerns. A dip in the jet stream across the Bering Sea through the northern Pacific Ocean will push waves of energy toward the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Northwest this week, according to AccuWeather Lead Long-Range Senior Meteorologist Paul Pastelok, who added that temperatures will be near to below normal.
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- San Francisco Chronicle: October storms gave the S.F. Bay Area ‘a good start for the water year,’ and more rain is on the way
- Herald and News: Wetter, cooler season expected in Klamath Basin