TODAY | November 02, 2012
>> let's get right to al roker for more on the weather situation. al, good morning to you.
>> yeah, this is just what we don't need, matt and savannah. good morning. a look again at the european model, the one that predicted sandy, of course. 8:00 tuesday we have something just off the coast of north carolina , and it makes its up way along the coast paralleling virginia wednesday morning and the delmarva peninsula by wednesday morning. it's up the new jersey shoreline. look at the winds. bringing in the potential with 1 to 2 inches of more rain. wind gusts of 45 miles per hour and wet snow inland just along the new york and new jersey border. we're talking about wet snow mixing in. with the winds 45 miles per hour and already compromised beaches along new jersey and long island, waves of any consequence could cause big problems, and, again, the winds. this is not what we need, but, unfortunately, this is what we're looking at. it's not definite, but the models, both the european and american models, both agree that this is going to happen. it's just a matter of how strong the system