Nightly News | November 23, 2011
SAVANNAH GUTHRIE, anchor: Well, we mentioned the weather, and it will be a factor for travelers this weekend. We turn to The Weather Channel 's Chris Warren for that part of the story. Chris , good evening to you.
CHRIS WARREN reporting: Good evening to you, too, Savannah . And as we just heard, the Northeast and San Francisco dealing with some of the weather right now in the form of the low clouds. If we take a look at the satellite radar combination, take a look at where we're seeing the rain and the clouds, it's the Northeast and the West . Now in the Northeast , we are seeing a storm that is moving out. And as it moves out, the snow and the rain that we've been seeing throughout the day will come to an end. And then in the Pacific Northwest , that next system moves in and another disturbance moving in to California . Overnight, we're seeing the morning hours and Thanksgiving . Fog will be a concern in the Great Lakes , in parts of the Mississippi Valley . While it will be cold in the Northeast , we have that next system for Thanksgiving evening moving into the Pacific Northwest . We're looking at rain and wind for the lower elevations and snow in the higher elevations. Things will be unsettled in Southern California , as well. Heading home now. On Sunday we could have some issues as a system is taking shape throughout parts of the Mississippi Valley , the Ohio Valley , down to the South and the Great Lakes . We do have a chance for some wet roads about there because of this system. And any air delays from Atlanta to Chicago , Savannah , we know could cause ripple effects across the country.
GUTHRIE: Oh, don't even say it. Chris Warren at The Weather Channel for us. Thank you