fisher, wbz, thank you, eric. adding to the travel worries, there was concern about a possible strike at chicago's o'hare airport, a major national hub. well, today baggage handlers and janitors said they will walk out, but not until the tuesday after thanksgiving. japan has been hit by a very powerful 6.9 earthquake today off of fukushima, which was devastated by the q massive tsunami five years ago. a small tsunami did hit the shore today, but first reports indicate that the waves were no higher than three feet. there is no immediate sign of further damage at the nuclear power plant that was knocked out in 2011. today president-elect trump said his actions on his first day in office will include withdrawing ordering that for every new government regulation, two must be eliminated. with 60 days to go and top cabinet positions to fill, mr. trump's new york city office has become the busiest employment office in the country. chip reid is there. >> reporter: a parade of job seekers passed through the lobby of trump
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 additional snowfall. 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 midwest. 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. one to three feet of mountain snow expected here and windy conditions 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. possible strike.
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