Transcript for Thanksgiving Travel and the Massive Snow Storm
And we move on tonight and to severe weather, just as 46 million Americans prepare to travel this Thanksgiving. In Ohio, a tree no match for 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts. Tonight, tens of thousands still without power. This nor'easter on the way, already seen in Florida. One family driving up I-95 from Florida to South Carolina, sending us this today. And you can see it in the wall. This system moving fast. And so let's get right to chief meteorologist ginger zee tonight. What are we looking at here? It's going to start as all rain. Already has in the southeast. Look how it tracks right up the I-95 corridor. So many people tweeting me today, saying, can I make it? Unfortunately, it does not look good. Look at this. Rain at 7:00 A.M., just about to New York City. Late morning, it transitions to snow. And heavy snow right along and just west of that pink line that you see there. And then all of us say good-bye to the system by Thursday. So, you break it down in Numbers. Snow totals will be heaviest away from the coast. There will be a mix of sleet. Windy, no matter where you are going, flying or driving along that I-95 corridor. Going to be a horrible day on Wednesday. Rain and snow in the great Lakes and northern rockies. Ginger, thank you.
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