Nightly News | August 26, 2011
>>> we're back from the jersey shore and if you go out here on the water and go north, you would run into jim cantore in lower manhattan , he's part of the massive weather channel team covering this storm. and, jim, provided, you don't see anything to affect these models and it will come in the way it was predicted. what's happening here s?
>> reporter: some of the best technology has been put in place. watching the storm impacting the outer banks , as you can see as we go through tonight and tomorrow morning, working its way up through the delaware coast coast, the jersey shore going to take a major hit, especially if it hits around high tide . and new york city , as we watch people dealing with many, many trees and power lines which will be crippled for up to a week's time here. this is a multihazard hurricane, it always looked that way, and even though it did not intensify today as it could have, it still poses many problems. back to you.
>> jim, we'll be talking many times over the coming days and a reminder about my friend jim cantore , all of the good people at the weather channel , both on the air and behind the scenes , they're the very% in the busine -- the very best in the business at what they do and you cannot miss with their coverage all night long and through the weekend. and don't forget the coverage on our entire nbc network . we'll all be on the air throughout the day.