Heavy snow, downpours, twisters and record-breaking warmth — the country has seen it all this weekend.
Back-to-back storm systems Sunday will keep a week-long deluge of rain going strong on the West Coast and continue to blanket the Northwest and Rockies with snow, according to the National Weather Service.
Sunday's snow targeting Oregon, Washington and the Rockies could linger until Monday, according to Weather.com.
Another storm system that delivered tornadoes to Texas Saturday, leaving 50 homes damaged, was winding down, but the Southwest was still at a small risk of seeing some tornado activity, according to the Weather Channel's Dr. Greg Forbes.
Meanwhile, a good part of the country is seeing anything but typical holiday weather. Arctic air that has been locked up in Canada isn't budging, making for record-high temperatures from the South, through the Plains and into the Northeast.