i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. have a great holiday. >>> in tennessee, a sixth child has died from injuries received in a school bus crash. five other children remain hospitalized. police are trying to figure out why the bus was on the wrong road and they have received the toxicology report on the driver. manuel bojorquez reports. >> reporter: police announced they have eliminated one possible reason johnthony walker lost control of the school bus on monday. chattanooga police sergeant austin garrett. >> we received toxicology reports back today from the tennessee bureau of investigation that shows no trace of alcohol or drugs in the driver's system. >> reporter: the ntsb said it not driving on a designated bus route. he is being held on vehicular manslaughter charges while investigators review video and black box recordings from the bus and look into other possible factors like excessive speed. investigators are also looking into claims some parents had complained about walker's driving in the past. while he has n
chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz has more on the holiday weather. >> reporter: we continue to track the storm system which is slowly moving across the country, brought some snow yesterday to the upper midwest and now it heads eastbound and with it a weakening state so we will still see showers and a few that is moving into the northeast on thanksgiving day. a lot of that rain, unfortunately, in the southeast all dries up which is good for travel but not necessarily for the drought that continues there. stormiest area is the pacific northwest. strongest storm moves in on late thanksgiving and mountain snow reaching down into northern california and also bring fresh snowfall in for the thanksgiving holiday. all across the rockies. but the snow is the casc elevations. when it comes to airport hubs. looks look on wednesday, we will have minor delays around minneapolis, chicago, st. louis and seattle. on thanksgiving itself watching places like new york, light precipitation, maybe a few delays and, again, seattle will be the story and coast-to-coast, your thanksgivi
eric fisher, our chief meteorologist at cbs in boston, wbz, eric, what is coming next? >> scott, the winds will continue to crank. lake effect machine going through overnight into tomorrow. some towns will pass 30 inches of snow from the first big lake effect event of the year. tomorrow watching a developing storm in the middle of country. that will bring rain to chicago midweek. wintry mix across the upper miest. and a wintry mix, in the northeast. as we head into thanksgiving itself. the stormiest part of the country, the pacific north west. round of rain swinging into washington state, oregon, northern california. snow expected here and windy conditio at the coastline. that will go through friday. but look at our coast to coast on thanksgiving day. dry, mostly mild across the southern tier states. light, wintery mix, moving through the northeast. stormiest across the pacific northwest. not a major storm on thanksgiving day, scott, a few pockets here and there. >> eric fisher, wbz, thank you. >> adding to the travel worries possible strike. at chicago's o'hare airport
eric fisher is our chief meteorologist at our cbs station >> reporter: well, scott, these winds will continue to crank tonight, and the lake-effect machine still going through the overnight into tomorrow, and then it starts the taper off. some additional snowfall, some towns well past 30 inches of snow from this first big lake- effect event of the year. tomorrow we're also watching a developing storm system in the middle of the country that will bring rain up toward chicago for the mid-week. a bit of a wintry mix across the upper midwest. a light wintry mist moves into the still-chilly northeast on thanksgiving day itself. country is the pacific northwest this week. rounds of rain swinging into washington state, oregon and northern california. one to three feet of mountain snow expected here, and windy conditions at the coastline. that will go all the way through friday. look at our coast-to-coast on thanksgiving day, dry. mostly mild across the southern- tier states. that light wintry mix moving through the northeast. the ormiest conditions to be found across the pacific northwest.
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