Transcript for Nor'easter takes aim at East Coast
We'll turn to weather in that dangerous nor'easter taking aim at the east coast. Parts of what used to be hurricane Willa are now bringing heavy wind and rain. Ginger is tracking the storm and has the latest. Good morning. Good morning. We are starting out with that nor'easter and the alerts that are up from Delaware with the coastal flood alerts up to the high wind alerts for up to 60-mile-per-hour ghosts from coastal Connecticut to Massachusetts. It's raining heavily in western North Carolina but it will move east with the severe storms forecast including an isolated tornado risk in coastal north Carolina. Some of the heaviest rain will fall in the northeast quadrant. You wake up soaked from long Island and coastal Connecticut and Rhode Island. This moves on and becomes more scattered through the night Sunday but could come with a little mix of snow and rain and look at that. Some of the wind gusts if you can't hear it, up to 62 miles per hour, Michael, in nantucket.
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