Transcript for Several major storms are threatening to disrupt Thanksgiving travel
We start with the winter weather slamming a good part of the country overnight. This train looking a bit like the polar express as it plows its way through Kansas several major storms are threatening to disrupt Thanksgiving travel. Rob Marciano is in Ohio with "Gameday." What we can expect as holiday travel intensifies. Good morning to you, rob. Good morning, Eva. This is the time of year we get that snow, that rain mix and active weather heading into the holiday travel season. That's exactly what we have this morning. You can see my breath here in Ohio. It is below freezing. May see snow before the day is out. Let's take a look at the radar and show where you some of that snow is. Five inches of snow in parts of Kansas yesterday. Some of that falling now in Illinois but the heavy rain in through Birmingham getting into Atlanta as this low that's going coast to coast is organizing get into Greenville then Charlotte, Raleigh as well into Virginia by 7:00 P.M. You see some of that snow mixing in on the back side of this in Ohio. That snow increases by tomorrow morning across the interior new England and heavier rain, philly, New York, and in through Boston could hang around as a pseudo-nor'easter and could see over 2 inches of rainfall along the I-95 corridor. That's the beginning of an active holiday travel week and break down some of those storms in a few minutes. Back to the ever so zen Tom llamas. Thank you, rob, namaste. An alleged school shooting
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