Pacific Northwest Weather Forecast: Stormy Conditions To Bring Colder Outlook, Snow Next Week

Stormy conditions are expected in the Pacific Northwest, with colder conditions and heavy snow. People with travel plans should keep updated with the forecasts, and avoid potential dangerous travel conditions.

Residents in the Pacific Northwest experienced challenging weather conditions, from heavy snow, flooding rain, slower commutes and hazardous travel. Wind chills were also recorded in the region, bringing potential cold-related health concerns.

The National Weather Service (NWS) reported of heavy snow concerns in Rockies and Cascades. Potential gusty winds could emerge in the Intermountain West.

Recently, the NWS forecast noted that a pair of fronts could emerge on the East Coast. Homeowners should stay alert for thunderstorms and showers. High temperatures could occur in the lower 48 states.

In addition, the NWS Weather Prediction Center warned of a strong winter storm in the Pacific Northwest. The challenging weather could become noticeable in the early week. Homeowners should stay alert for the following weather concerns:

  • Winds
  • Snow squalls
  • Strong winds

Stormy Conditions in the Pacific Northwest

Bishop, California
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Bishop, California. The latest weather forecast reported that stormy conditions could emerge in the Pacific Northwest, bringing hazardous travel and a challenging weather outlook. On Monday, snow squalls can emerge, impacting parts of the Rockies and Great Basin. Flash freeze can happen. Due to the extreme cold, hypothermia and frostbite can threaten people’s health. 

The latest weather forecast warned of stormy conditions in the Pacific Northwest, including in Portland and Seattle. People should watch out for dangerous travel in the Northwest. The snowy outlook could emerge in Spokane, Calgary and Helena.

In the early week, mild conditions can unfold in the following areas:

  • Casper
  • Salt Lake City
  • Boise
  • Medford

On Monday and Tuesday, a significant winter storm could threaten to Western US. A strong winter storm and cold front are likely in the Northwest, including in the Northern Rockies.

Furthermore, the forecast said that snow potential can cause difficult travel and slippery road conditions in the following areas:

  • Olympia
  • Portland
  • Springfield
  • Portland
  • Reno
  • Seattle

Meanwhile, heavy mountain snow could emerge in the Cascades with a chance of a snowfall. Motorists should stay alert for reduced road visibility and drifting snow.

On Monday night, strong winds and colder conditions are forecast in the following areas:

  • Seattle
  • Salem
  • Medford
  • Redding
  • Reno
  • Fresno
  • Elko
  • Boise
  • Cedar City
  • Salt Lake City
  • Boise
  • Helena
  • Casper
  • Denver
  • Albuquerque
  • Grand Junction
  • Washington
  • Oregon

Snow squalls can emerge this Monday, impacting parts of the Rockies and Great Basin. Flash freeze can happen. Due to the extreme cold, hypothermia and frostbite can threaten people’s health.

The stormy conditions can become a main concern in the late week, causing road closures and falling snow in the following areas:

  • Great Falls
  • Boise
  • Medford
  • Spokane

Also Read: Central US Weather Forecast: Severe Thunderstorms, Isolated Tornadoes To Hit This Week

Keeping Safe From Stormy Conditions and Heavy Snow

The latest weather forecast warned of heavy snow and stormy concerns in the Pacific Northwest. People should stay alert for weather risks, especially if they have any travel plans.

Limiting outdoor plans is also suggested to avoid the weather dangers in the Northwest. In addition, homeowners can store emergency kits at home or in vehicles if winter becomes severe.

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