SPOKANE, Wash. -- As wild weather begins to unfold across the nation, meteorologists said Spokane could see temperatures above normal this fall.
According to meteorologists, a polar vortex could affect people in the Midwest and Northeast.
Weather experts said the Northwest could experience an opposite scenario.
Experts said a weak El Nino pattern could cause a dry, warm fall.
Drought-like conditions could develop across in the Inland Northwest through October, according to a map from the National Climate Prediction Center.
As a result, experts said temperatures may be warmer than normal