The Willamette Valley in Oregon is experiencing stormy weather with showers, thunderstorms, and even some hail.
The hot spot for these storms seems to be near Salem, where there have been reports of lightning, gusty winds, downpours, and small hail.
The rain is expected to continue, and there may even be some snow in the valley on Friday and Saturday, although it is not expected to cause major disruptions.
Meanwhile, California has experienced two tornadoes, with one confirmed and the other being investigated.
The stormy weather is due to a weak system off the coast, which is bringing cooler air aloft, and a more organized system from the Gulf of Alaska, which is expected to bring steady rain tomorrow.
Despite the wintery weather, temperatures have been relatively warm, with highs in the 60s for the past few days.
However, colder temperatures are expected in the coming days, with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s.