Transcript for Thanksgiving Snowstorm Moving Up East Coast
Move on to the other big story of the morning. Thanksgiving whereveather. Big storm in the east coast, snow in the midwest. Turning into a nightmare for million was Americans on the move. And as advertised, starting as rain, up through Florida, south and North Carolina. Washington, D.C. To Philadelphia. The roads are wet. We have pictures, seen video all morning. This is going to be a problem for you. Even if it doesn't change to snow until later in the afternoon. The heavy rains will start to change over. Just north and west, away from the coast, all changes over right there at noon. The pink line is sleet. A little mix. The heaviest snow totals are going to come right here, just west of the pink line. Anywhere from Albany through interior new England. And wraps around and late tonight starts to move off. But we will all see flakes, even though not a ton of claemgaccumulati accumulation. Move just away from the coast, and see the totals go up to 4 and 8 inches anywhere in the pink. Through the mountains of Virginia, through Pennsylvania into parts of New York and eventually Maine. That's a look at the snow for now. I will have your full holiday forecast, west to east. There are other places worried about this this morning, including the midwest. More than 40 million Americans, we have been saying, will be driving this holiday weekend. Rob Marciano is out on the roads in New York City this morning for us. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, robin. It's a dicey travel day as ginger mentioned. Rain coming down here in new York City on the west side highway. Take a look out the front windshield, hydro planing in spots. Travel I-95, probably the busiest from D.C. To Boston. All wet today. Not going to stick there. But a lot of traffic for sure. Go further north up the interstate throughway, I-91, hit snow. And I-90 from Boston to Buffalo, snow-covered and a bit treacherous. Not only today, but tomorrow 90% of Americans that travel on Thanksgiving will travel by car. So keep your distance, keep your patience and yourself and your kids in the backseat cool. Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for keep your eyes on the road.
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