Transcript for Nor'easter Powering Up Just Days Before Thanksgiving
weather set to hit just as millions of Americans travel this Thanksgiving. A huge nor'easter moving up the coast. And already tonight, powerful winds in Michigan. At least 150,000 families without power. So many others facing scenes like this one. Trees ripped from the ground there in Ohio. From the south tonight, tornadoes tearing through this town in Georgia. And now just 48 hours before more than some 46 million Americans hit the road for Thanksgiving, a nor'easter powering up. You can see it there on the wall, about to barrel up the east coast and what a mess it will bring. Let's get right to ginger see, tracking it all for us tonight. Ginger? And this, after nearly 70 degrees in so many places, this heat, along the east coast, is going to give way to a winter storm. That's why we see a winter storm watch that goes into effect Wednesday through Thursday. West Virginia up to Maine there. So, so many folks included. And you notice the coast was left out of that. Look at I-95. This starts Wednesday, early morning. Very heavy rains in north Carolina, but look. It starts to change to ice and snow. The ice is the pink. I stopped it there at 5:00 P.M. If you are planning to leave any time after the late morning and you're right there along the I-95 corridor into the afternoon and evening, not a great idea. Wind comes with this, too. Then we try out. By Thursday, it's all gone. Look at the snow forecast, the totals, a lot of places see two to four inches, but away from the coast, but it's really going to mix in with rain right here. We can't leave out everybody else. Look at a couple of other trouble spots. All right, tracking it all for us tonight. Ginger, thank you. And one more weather concern tonight, bracing for possible
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