Nightly News   |  November 25, 2013

Thanksgiving week storm ‘very messy and potentially dangerous’

The first part of Tuesday will be mild, but then heavy rain will soak the I-95 corridor while interior areas will be hit with icy, snowy conditions. Now that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, the rough weather couldn’t come at a worse time. Weather Channel meteorologist Chris Warren reports.

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>> is watching it all at weather channel headquarters for us tonight. chris, show us what this is going to do over the next few days.

>> this is going to be a messy, potentially nasty and dangerous situation over the next couple of days. throughout the afternoon and evening the heaviest rain we have been seeing has been in the south. that's one major component that will work into the northeast. we are already seeing a bit of a wintry component with this as well. this little bit earlier this evening now looking at the forecast for tomorrow, this mess does move into the northeast. much of the extreme east will be okay for the first part of the day. you're talking very heavy rainmaking it throughout the i-95 corridor again on wednesday. right through there. heavy rain will be a serious problem. possibly ponding on the roadways. with wiso many people out there you have to be very careful. interior locations expecting icy and snowy conditions when it's all said and done. some spots looking at t 5 to 8 inches of snow. again in the interior locations and this could not come at a worse possible time.

>> you said it best. chris warren at weather channel headquarters