Tracking the snow storm

February 4, 2010 2:31:57 PM PST
We just don't know.

That pretty much sums up the state of the weather forecast for the mid-Atlantic snow storm that's forming. Meteorologist Lee Goldberg has been spending this week tracking the system and he says we might not know until it's on top of us just how far north the snow line ends up.

It seems for sure central and southern New Jersey will get hammered - some snow totals could reach a foot.

Will New York City and points east also get hit? Lee's on top of the tracking as the storm heads here tomorrow night, and he'll have the latest, tonight at 11. (By the way, if you have an iPhone, you can download our app and get the forecast anytime! Click here to learn more.)

We're also following dramatic developments in Haiti, where 10 American Baptist missionaries from Idaho have been charged with child kidnapping.

We'll have the latest developments, at 11.

And we're taking a closer look at an old-fashioned way to pay for merchandise that seems to be making a comeback: Layaways. As Americans cut back on their credit card use, more are relying on layaways as a way of securing a product but not getting it until they can afford to pay for it.

Tonight, a new study by Consumer Reports has the good, the bad, and the ugly realities of layaways - and the ways you can benefit or get burned by it. It's also amazing how you get just about anything these days, with layaways.

Sade Baderinwa has our story.

We'll also have any breaking news of the night, plus Scott Clark with the night's sports. I hope you can join Liz Cho and me, tonight at 11.