The biggest threat from the cold snap that will sweep across much of the West and Northeast is not the cold but the lack of precipitation, according to the U.S. National Weather Service.
This means the snowfall and freezing temperatures will be greater than normal, which will cause a lot of travel delays, travel restrictions and travel disruptions, including to the West Coast and Northeast.
This week is shaping up to be another great one for the weather.
Weather.com predicts the average for this week is between 1 to 2 inches of snow, which means that some areas will be in for an even bigger winter.
The cold snap will also be very harsh, with up to 4 inches of freezing temperatures forecast for parts of the region, according the NWS.
Travelers should prepare to be on their toes as the coldest temperatures have ever been recorded in Washington state.
“There will be snowfall of 5 to 7 inches in some areas,” said NWS Meteorologist Matt Gossett.
“Snow can last anywhere from a couple of days to a few weeks, depending on how long it takes to warm up.
This will bring a lot more freezing temperatures, which are the worst winter weather we’ve seen in many years.”
Here’s a look at what you need to know to get prepared for this snowstorm: The snow is expected to fall in large flakes on Wednesday, but the forecast is shifting to a wetter layer that will remain in place until Thursday.
The weather is expected be much cooler than normal on Thursday, with the temperatures expected to drop to minus 30 degrees, which is about a 40-year low.
This makes it extremely important that travelers check the forecast for snowfall.
A lot of people are getting their travel plans changed or canceling trips because of the cold.
Many airlines are making adjustments to their schedules and plans.
Some people may need to delay their travel to the region because of this.
There’s a lot going on out there and we need to make sure we plan to get there safely.” “
We need to have a plan and plan for travel, and this is a big factor in making sure we’re not canceling our travel.
There’s a lot going on out there and we need to make sure we plan to get there safely.”
There are no signs of a record low in Washington State, which has seen a mild winter since January, but this is the first time that temperatures have been lower than usual.
This year, the average temperatures for the state are currently between 6 and 10 degrees, and they have seen a number of storms and snow storms this season.
This includes a rare cold snap and snowstorm in December.
The storm was centered around the Olympic Peninsula and dumped about 6 inches of ice over the weekend.
Temperatures are expected to continue to drop in the next couple of weeks.
The snow will be the main threat in the West.
The area in Washington with the cold will be mostly in the south, including the Yakima Valley, northern and central Washington, and the mountains of northern Alaska.
In fact, it could become the second-hardest snowstorm to hit the West, following the 2010 blizzard that hit the area.
“This is going to be the most challenging winter in a while,” Gossetts said.
“It’s going to get colder, and there’s going the possibility of freezing rain.
There will be some very heavy snowfall.”
The National Weather Forecast is a daily forecast that is updated daily.
For the most up-to-date information, click here.
For up-close coverage of the storm, check out the video below.
This story has been updated to reflect the latest weather forecast.