Transcript for Nor'easter Storm Threatens Thanksgiving With Snow or Rain
The major storm set to pound the east coast just in time for thanksgivi Thanksgiving, setting up a travel nightmare. It's as if we ordered it just on time. The most important travel day of the year, Wednesday, looking wet to snow to wet again all in the north. Different pockets that are not going to cooperate with all the travel going on. And the east, probably one of the worst. Gnat nor'easter trying to develop. It looks like most of the I-95 corridor, south of D.C., going stay rain. In the afternoon and evening, it transitions to a wintry mix. A winter weathered a sizery this morning from parts of Worcester, Massachusetts, to parts of Pennsylvania. The southeast, tortured by severe storms overnight. All the warmth feeding on up. Washington, D.C., today, could be record warmth. Buffalo, New York, the last place that needs that. Rob Marciano, extreme team member, has been there all weekend. How are the folks doing? Can you imagine what the folks here are going through? Over seven feet of snow. Digging out from that roofs collapsing. And now this. This is Buffalo creek, now a raging river. Taking ice and snow downstream, jamming it up. Residents being told to move at a moment's notice. There are over 700 national Guard troops here. Red cross has additional shelters on standby. Temperatures in the 60s. The snow will continue to melt. The rivers will continue to rise. This storm pumping up the heat, lit have big winds. High wind warnings. The trees already weakened from the heavy snow could be coming down. We might see power outages on top of this today. The nor'easter is sure to
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