Watch out, Alaska!
Meteorologists are predicting that former Super Typhoon Nuri will develop into a massive storm over the Bering Sea over the next few days and bring with it hurricane force winds and seas to 45 feet in some areas! In fact, the storm may end up as one of the most powerful to ever hit the area.
According to Accuweather.com, the Aleutian Island Chain will likely feel the worst impacts as wind-swept rain moves in late on Friday, continuing through much of the weekend. Peak wind gusts across the islands can occasionally gust beyond 100 mph.
Then, as a spin off, arctic air is expected to hit the central and northeast U.S. next week. Unfortunately, no significant rain or snow are expected to hit the parched West.
For more information on this storm, visit ACCUWEATHER