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omega-3 levels in 30 days. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. lisa: taking steps to make the community safer. how cincinnati' s mayor and new police chief plan to do it. mark: a vigil for a local business owner shot in an armed robbery. the latest on the search for a suspect. lisa: questions surrounding the head coach of the cincinnati bengals after another humiliating loss. the latest on whether marvin lewis is here to stay. >> from cincinnati' s wlwt, leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 today. lisa: 5:00 a.m. on your monday. good morning. i'
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m mark hayes. randi and kyla are in this morning with your weather and traffic. let' s go straight to randi rico for the forecast. al re we going to see anymore snow this morning? randi: check out this map. right now it is 31 degrees colder than it was this time yesterday morning. in dayton, a full 40 degrees colder. we are starting out cold and windy. the wind is anywhere between 10 and 30 20 miles per hour. some lingering flurries downtown. temperature-wise, 8 degrees at cvg. places that still have clouds, very low double digits.
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and check out the wind chills. noon, 18, feeling like 6. 8:00 tonight, 26. the winter chill is here. kyla: the side streets, i think that is where some of our bigger issues will lie with icy patches. we' re still seeing light traffic, 74 at harrison pike. our interstate travel has mostly moving along this morning. it has been the side streets where you may running to a bit more potential to see icy patches. 71, 75 at donaldson, traffic is moving at or above posted speeds. also on the shoulders, you might
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right now, not too many incidents to report. we have a closure to report. mark: thank you. developing this morning, police are searching for a gunman who murdered one man and injured another man. lisa: police say the shooting, in mount healthy. andrew setters is live with the search and the new details on the shooting. andrew: three men were in a car in a car in this parking lot. all three of them could have been killed in the hail of gunfire that erupted. one man was killed, another injured and rushed to uc medical center, and a third man was unhurt. police have not released their names at this point. all three sitting in a car when the shooter or shooters walked up and opened fire. police were talking to a person there' s been no word so far on arrests in this case. we know police were busy
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complex yesterday. the level of violence concerning to mount healthy police. >> we have a guy with a gun running around that' s obviously not scared to use it, so that is of concern to us. we definitely want to get that person on the street as quickly as we can. andrew: police are looking in the possibly that more than one person was involved. if you have any information, call crimestoppers at 513-352-3040. live in mount healthy, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. lisa: thank you. a business owner gunned down in his own establishment is being honored. tuesday and later died of his injuries. family and friends gathered outside leach brothers in north that' s where the 63-year-old was shot in the back during a his killer is still on the loose. >> i wish there were words. i really wish there were words. my dad was so unique
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>> he was always our rock no matter how grown up we became or tried to portray that we were. we always had our dad to fall back on. it' s definitely a different world now the day he took his last breath. mark: if you have any information that can help, call crimestoppers at 513-352-3040. a jury trial is set to begin today for the man accused of shooting another to death in over-the-rhine. the incident happened last april when deandre bandy was arrested for the death of 21-year-old justin madaris. investigators believe the shooting was the result of two groups of people firing shots at one another following a basketball game. bandy was shot in the leg during that shooting. a truck fire caused all lanes of i-71 northbound by the field ertel exit to be shut down for about an hour early this morning. the fire happened between the back of the cab and the front of the trailer, where the tires caught fire. officials tell us the truck driver was not injured.
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lisa: cincinnati police chief isaac and mayor cranley are taking steps to make your community safer. they will be hosting a series of community meetings to discuss the uptick in shootings and gather input from citizens about how to deal with the issue. the first meeting is tonight at the over-the-rhine recreation center from 6:30 to 8:30. the next one will be in evanston on january 25th. after saturday' s loss, there could be changes to the bengals roster, and after more than a decade with the bengals and still no win in the post season, many are wondering will marvin lewis keep his job. wlwt news 5' s miriah turner is at the live alert desk with the answer. miriah: marvin lewis is the first nfl coach to go 0-7 in the playoffs. but even after that and saturday' s blown lead and the personal fouls, espn' s adam schaeffer reports that the bengals will not fire marvin lewis. they plan to bring the coach back for the 2016 season, which is the last year on his current contract. that would make him the
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the nfl to come back for a 14th season. [indiscernible] at whatever you want. the bengals beat themselves. indicate defensive coordinator paul guenther will interview for the philadelphia eagles head coaching job. and offensive coordinator hue jackson could decide today to pursue head coaching gigs in san francisco or cleveland. lisa: thank you. cincinnati mayor john cranley was on the sidelines to cheer on t enough for the team to get a victory against the steelers. now cranley has to make good on a bet with pittsburgh' s mayor. mayor cranley now has to send graeter' s ice cream sundaes and some food from montgomery inn to pittsburgh mayor bill peduto. cranley will also have to serve food at a local kitchen wearing
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mark: that has got to be painful. that is going to leave a mark. kyla: i do not have words. man, i tell you, it was go to bed. i mentioned a closure a couple of moments ago along 74 and 75. we have a closure and reportedly icy conditions. extra time. our interstate travel, you could side. we check in now with randi rico. ok. tomorrow. randi: we' re talking
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hours and the timing could it doesn' t light tomorrow during the morning rush, a burst of snow will drop between half an inch and two inches of snow. 8 degrees right now at cvg. it feels like 2 degrees below zero at cvg. this morning it is all about bundling up. defrost your car and warm up your seats. lunchtime, sunny. feels like 6. guys? mark: did you say defrost? defrost? " d when we continue, chilly temps mean more dangers out on the roads. lisa: coming up, we' ll have some tips on how to stay safe this
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mark: and speaking of the cold temps, where you can find a warm place to stay if you' re without one this morning. stay with us. you' re watching cincinnati' s wlwt news 5 today. look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from
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mark: good morning and welcome back. there you see the lights in bloom. 5:15. checking today' s headlines -- jury selection starts in the trial of a baltimore police officer charged with second-degree murder in the death of a man injured in custody. caesar goodson faces the most serious charges in the death of freddie gray. gray died in april, a week after sustaining grave injuries while in the back of a baltimore police van. lisa: the occupation of a national wildlife refuge in oregon by a small, armed group upset with federal land policies is now entering its second week. the mother of the group' s leader, ammon bundy, is asking
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bundy says the group will leave malheur national wildlife refuge when there' s a plan to transfer control of federal land to locals. mark: a major spillway near new orleans is open for the first time in years. the army corps of engineers is trying to decrease the flow of the swollen mississippi river. heavy rain has sent the river to its highest stages since 2011. the spillway was built 28 miles upriver from new orleans after a devastating 1927 flood. the relief valve sends diverted waters to the gulf. many schools are either delayed or closed this morning due to the danger the icy roads pose this morning. lisa: but if you do have to get out this morning miriah turner , has some tips for navigating your snowy commute. miriah: lisa and mark, aaa tells us they assisted nearly 500 drivers in greater cincinnati who slid off the road, had dead batteries and other winter car problems. so here are some tips to avoid being one of those drivers. if you didn' t go out sunday,
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time dusting off your car, and let your engine run for a while before taking off. many local residents found themselves having issues opening their car doors, thanks to the cold temps. remember to take it slow this morning. you should not be traveling at your normal speed. the ice and the snow leads to less traction for your tires, increasing the possibility of slipping. another tip, increase your distance between you and other cars by about six seconds than you normally would. slick roads mean your car will not slow down as quickly. lastly, do not hit your breaks -- brakes if you start to skid. slamming on your brakes can make you skid even more. instead, continue to steer your car in the direction you want your vehicle to go. it' s always good to have a reminder as we enter the coldest part of the season. lisa? lisa: thank you. we have a number of school closings and delays right now. they are running at the bottom of the screen.
5:14 am stay connected with the wlwt weather app to get the very latest on weather and traffic sent directly to your phone whenever winter weather hits. mark: a heads-up to anyone in need of shelter this morning. city officials tell us all the city' s cold-weather shelters are now open. we' re told the shelterhouse, formally known as the drop inn center, opens at 7:00 each night and will be open through the month of february. an estimated 700 people are served each year. >> cincinnati' s certified most accurate forecast. randi: it is january, winter, and it will feel like it over the next 48 hours. expect the windshields to be around zero. at least it turned sunny. tomorrow a burst of morning snow. right now the snow is back in canada.
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to two inches of snow in a fairly short period tomorrow morning. it is out towards calgary. that will slide in our direction over the next 24 hours./ cincinnati. a couple of lingering portions through clinton and warren counties. it is basically keeping us from temperatures in single digits downtown. by 5:00 this afternoon, we will have mostly sunny skies with the temperature in the upper 20' s. midnight tonight, very close to 30 degrees. we take a look at the planner.
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1 8 degrees feeling like 6. into tomorrow, a couple of flurries possible just after midnight. it will happen during the morning rush. it could blanket our area anywhere between half an inch and two inches of snowfall. one inch on average. there could be some issues on the roads. temperatures fall through the day. wednesday morning in the single digits. flurries wednesday night into thursday morning. low 40' s for the start of the evening. rain transitioning to snow showers. the big concern this morning is temperatures. kyla: especially with the timing
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the snow yesterday fell in the overnight hours. you are probably able to get most of your side streets without too many issues. s hill a little dicey -- are still a little dicey. 63 miles per hour from the 275 thomas. five minutes up to the daniel re still seeing pretty clear conditions. the rams and bridges-- ramps and bridges, there is the potential for slick spots. you' re seeing a closer because of icy conditions. lisa and mark? lisa: thank you. plenty of winners and losers at last night' s golden globe
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mark: we will tell you who got a standing ovation for their performance. lisa: and a local watch party for last night' s awards show. what movie they were routing for and its connection to the queen city. stay with us. 5:19 again! r again! again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal...
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mark: good morning.
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be careful. some icy spots out there. delays and closings on the bottom of your screen. lisa: the golden globes have wrapped up, after honoring the year' s best in movies and tv. mark: there were some obvious winners as well as some surprises. kyla: and with all the winners, there was plenty of excitement to go around. so ricky gervais returned to the stage to host the event. actor jon hamm closed out his "mad men" career, the series finally coming to and end. this was his second globe as best actor in a tv drama. in the film ranks, 18 years after a screenwriting globe, matt damon captured one for acting. it came in the comedy or musical category for "the martian." a standing ovation greeted the best supporting actor winner, sylvester stallone. he earned his first career globe for "creed," playing the character he originated nearly four decades ago. another standing ovation was in order after leonardo dicaprio was announced the winner for best actor in a drama for the film "revenant." he says it was one of the most
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another notable moment, actor denzel washington received the cecil demile award for his outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment. the first african-american to receive the honor was sidney poitier in 1982. i saw some of the preshow. he was talking about what an honor it was to receive that award. mark: have you seen "the revenent?" ' star wars." thank you. here in cincinnati, there was of course excitement because of the nominations of the 1950' s romance "carol," which was shot here. many of the locals who made up the cincinnati crew held a watch party in over-the-rhine, hosted by the cincinnati film commission, which has been partly responsible for helping get the city the attention it' s been getting from hollywood. >> to be nominated is great because people are talking about it.
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beautiful the film looks, which is a testament to how beautiful our city is, and i think the more people that see it and the . mark: "carol" was shot entirely in greater cincinnati last year. it unfortunately did not walk away with any awards last night. but that is all good. lisa: good morning. randi: the forecast three not be a winner temperature-wise. skies are clearing with temperatures in the single digits. 10:00, we are back to the double digits. temperatures climb into the upper 20' s. the clouds thicken up after sunset tonight. tomorrow' s high is 32. snow tomorrow morning. it is going to come in at some
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tricky travel is possible whenever it hits tomorrow morning. cold air will stick around for much of the week. mark: thank you. a drug kingpin captured after months on the loose. lisa: how authorities found joaquin guzman, and what a hollywood star had to do with it. dan: coach marvin lewis is expected to talk about the bengals tough loss on sat here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or less per serving without giving up rich flavor do what we do...make it
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mark: the cincinnati bengals suffer another cringe worthy loss to the pittsburgh steelers. lisa: a shooting in broad daylight. the latest on a deadly shooting. mark: a popstar that transcended decades of music died last night. how david bowie spent his final moments. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] >> from cincinnati' s wlwt -- leading the way -- this is wlwt news 5 today. mark: good morning, everyone. you will be walking out to quite the frosty scene as you had to work this morning. many are clearing off their cars this morning as the workweek begins. watch for the icy conditions on side streets.
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on the bottom of the screen for school cancellations. lisa: randi rico and kyla woods are in with weather and traffic together. randi, good morning. randi: there is a breeze. 8 degrees would be bad enough without wind. our windchill is down to about -10 these are actual air temperatures. most places are hovering in the barely single digits. this is where the back edge of the cloud cover is. eight degrees at cbg. when you factor in the winds, it in wilmington. we have a couple of flurries
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communities. the clouds will be moving today. the cold air sticks with us. your feels like temperature at 8:00 a.m. is about -5. , 27. your feels like temperature is in the upper teens. kyla: most of the interstate travel has been clear. the side streets, neighborhood going to run into some icy patches. 7175 looking good north and southbound. tomorrow morning, we will see a heavier burst of snow that will hit right when many of you are out on the snow -- the road. 75 at sharon inside the 275 luke
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op is problem-free. give yourself a few extra minutes for your morning commute. lisa: thanks. british singer david bowie has passed away. he died peacefully sunday surrounded by family and friends after an 18-month battle with cancer. he just released his 25th album "blackstar" on friday. david but we was 69. -- david bowie was 69. what is next for the cincinnati bengals? mark: marvin lewis and his stadium today. that is were dan griffin joins us with the latest. dan: good morning. coach marvin lewis is expected to talk with us today. the players are expected to head
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at question, the changes expected to come after saturday night' s loss. the bengals have no plans to fire marvin lewis. other teams are looking at the defensive and offensive coordinators for the team. it got pretty messy between vontaze burfict and the entire steelers team. despite awesome plays, many are questioning his temper and marvin lewis' handling of the players. vontaze burfict' s hit in the fourth quarter inch the steelers closer to a field goal. according to new reports. wallace gilberry and adam jones got into it with joe we porter, adding another -- joey porter, penalty. porter could be facing nfl
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fans are also catching some heat on social media. some saying they were not behaving appropriately, including when ben roethlisberger was injured. we have seen images of beer cans being thrown at him. we are live at paul brown stadium. mark: thank you. half a dozen people are going to face a judge this morning after that ugly game during the steelers and our bengals. while there was questionable behavior on the field, it also happened in the stands. these six folks were arrested on a number of charges, including underaged drinking, disorderly conduct, and assault. one of the suspects is even accused of urinating on someone. a killer is on the loose. authorities are looking for a
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injured another off compton wrote before 3:00 on sunday afternoon. lisa: the driver in a deadly crash in westchester pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular charge -- manslaughter charge. terrance strader ran a red light before hitting and killing troy stapleton. the saga of the mexican drug lord recaptured friday has taken a new turn and it involves actor sean penn. mark: miriah turner joins us to tell us the connection between the two. good morning. miriah: mexican authorities want to speak with sean pan and -- penn and
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el ch -- meet el ca hapo guzman. he only agreed to take penn' s questions after a seven hour face-to-face meeting. penn quotes el chapo as saying, "i supply more heroin than anyone else in the world." this is not the first time penn has dabbled in journalism. "rolling stone" agreed the piece would be approved by the subject. el chapo made no changes. mark: thank you. tensions remain high in the philadelphia police department after a new threat against
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an anonymous tipster told police the threat was over and three radical shooters are still at large. officer jesse hartnett was shot at at least 13 times by a man who pledged his allegiance to isis. the tipster said that shooter was one of a larger group. lisa: planned parenthood action fund has endorsed a candidate. they will rally in new hampshire for the endorsement of secretary of state hillary clinton for president. she said you was honored by the endorsement. >> donald trump and ted cruz and their powerful friends may be trying to drag us back to the ve got our sites settlement future. lisa: hillary clinton was warned against a republican presidency
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sign laws to defund planned parenthood. mark: the police in littleton, massachusetts are trying to figure out who vandalized donald trump' s campaign headquarters. it was just set up about two weeks ago. authorities are checking surveillance video. trump could pay a visit to the headquarters in coming weeks. lisa: a local man has made the first lady' s guest list for president obama' s final state of the union. jim obergefell, the plaintiff in the landmark case that changed marital history, tweeted this out -- "humbled by the first lady to be her guest at the state of the union." he sued the state of ohio so his name would appear on his late husband' s death certificate. the president called jim
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mark: let' s see what is coming our way today with the forecast. randi: good morning. i have low temperatures to show you this morning. in wilmington, it is 10 degrees. towns. loveland, nine degrees. mount auburn, 18. in hamilton, 13 feeling like -2. you will notice a couple of delays coming in near williamsburg. much of the delays or closings have been through portions of indiana and kentucky. watch those lists rack up this morning. bundle the kids up this morning. your wind chills are going to be down to -10. 8 degrees for the actual air
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25, this afternoon. i would anticipate a winter weather advisory being in effect. kyla: that could get tricky. if we are going to get the big burst of snow tomorrow morning, when we have a lot of folks on the roads, it could cause very dicey conditions. this morning, it would not hurt to give yourself a little bit of time. at faraday road, a portion of it is closed by i-74 and i -75. that is closed because of icy conditions. looking at 65 miles per hour on 275. our bridges and overpasses, we are always wanting to remind you that you may see slick spots on those, as well. here we are looking at the east side of 275.
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sidestreets in your neighborhoods, those main thoroughfares through neighborhoods, you will need a little bit of extra time. lisa: thank you. family and friends come together to honor the birthday of a young life lost to violence in collegeville. mark: how loved ones are reminding the community that camrin starr' on the loose. lisa: just how high the powerball jackpot has grown after no one won saturday' s drawing. mark: this is bowie. the winter-ready penguin came just in time for the city' s first snowfall.
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randi: good morning. taking a live look outside over cincinnati and the ohio river. you can see the steam. i wish it was steamy outside. 8 degrees. most places headed down into the single digits. 8 at cbd. dayton, 7. factor in the wind and it feels like a couple degrees below zero. chicago is nearly -20 four their windchill.
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championship monday, bama and clemson going at it tonight. kickoff, 26 outside. we will have snow in the morning tomorrow. timing is crucial. we will take a look at what time you can expect that burst of snow coming up. >> these kind of things in our neighborhood, we cannot tolerate them any longer. these are our blocks and we need to take care of our neighborhoods. mark: community leaders, family, and friends come together to represent -- remember a young murder victim. camrin starr was shot and killed last may. his mother says he has already -- she has already forgiven who murdered -- whoever murdered her son. but she says she still wants
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>> we still grieve, but it is ok because we are going to find out. we know there is a video out there of this whole thing. if you don' t want to spend the rest of your life in jail, turn yourself in. mark: if you know anything about the homicide, call crimestoppers. lisa: the texas mother accused of helping her son flee to mexico will ask a judge to reduce her bond today. attorneys for tonya couch say her $1 million bail is too high. investigators say couch helped her son ethan flee to mexico, as prosecutors investigated whether he violated his probation. he killed four people while driving drunk in 2013. his attorneys argued that his wrong.
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could win $1.3 billion. mark: with a capital b. miriah turner tells us about the record-shattering powerball jackpot. miriah: absolutely. we are talking billion capitalized. saturday' s record jackpot, the powerball pot now grows to an unprecedented $1.3 billion. some billboards cannot accommodate the sum. it has double the previous record, when the mega millions paid out the last total. it is exactly what the powerball wanted when they made the odds more difficult. the pot has rolled over 20 times.
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take-home lump sum. the increase in august was in response to a serious -- in odds was in response to a serious decline in sales. mark: let' s check in with kyla on the roads. any slick spots? kyla: well, we have those sidestreets. fortunately, our interstate travel has been off to a pretty good start. you can see that reflected on air travel times. -- our travel times. county. that entire southbound stretch as you make your way inside the 275 loop, you can see the lanes all moving along at or above posted speeds. we do have a few icy conditions on sidestreets.
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tomorrow morning could be quite a different story. randi: tomorrow morning could be one of those where it is fine at this point in the morning, but when the roads get a little bit more traveled, that could be the arrival of a quick burst of snow that is accumulating. winter is here. no denying it now. more snow in the forecast for us tomorrow morning. today and tomorrow, plan on temperatures hitting the 20' s. biggest areas of snowfall coming off of lake michigan, coming off of lake erie. our next system getting going up toward calgary. this thing is going to barrel across the northern plains and make its way to cincinnati by around this time or sometime during the morning rush tomorrow morning. obviously, it has a good deal of
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at some point, it looks like during the morning rush we will see a burst of snow that will coat the roads and snarl traffic. right now, only a couple of lingering flurries. it is 8 degrees at the moment. the wind out of the southwest at 6 miles per hour make it feel like -2. at noon, we are at 18 feeling like 6 degrees above zero. this afternoon, sunny skies s. late tonight, closer to midnight, the clouds get here. the bulk of the snow comes tomorrow during the morning rush. here we are at 8:00 a.m. showing the ohio river. that' s no has enough to -- that snow has enough to produce up to snowfall.
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somewhere in the inch or so range. but it is going to be pretty fluffy. today, 28 degrees, bitter cold, turning sunny. flurries as we head into wednesday night into thursday morning. another round of snow on saturday morning. mark: a happy moments during a disappointing game for bengals fans. lisa: how this diehard fan
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mark: good morning, everyone. eight chilly degrees out there. stay with us all morning long. we will to you if things are going to warm up at all. they may not have won, but it was an exciting time for bengals fans. the cincinnati team made it into the playoffs. lisa: for one couple in particular, this weekend will be one they will never forget. kyla woods is here with more. kyla: two people that are very happy about the weekend. a cincinnati native got the shock of her life when her boyfriend proposed to her and wlwt was in on the surprise. it happened at tina' s bar downtown. she travels all over the country for every bengals game.
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her boyfriend flew her into the queen city for the big game against the pittsburgh steelers. what she did not know was what he had planned all along. >> would you make me the happiest man in the world? >> i love you,t too. kyla: as you can imagine, she was shocked. this is a playoff game she will never forget -- for better reasons than most of us. [laughter] lisa: we are checking some stories trending this morning. mark: a traffic camera captured a rare site. a snowy owl through -- flew right by the traffic camera lens. the owl was probably hunting nearby prey in a field. lisa: a picture of erica
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boyfriend hunter reconnecting very serious car crash. neither remembers how it happened. their pickup ended up seconds away from hitting an overpass bridge support. they received messages from around the world from people who are glad they are ok. mark: some daring folks took part in the annual no pants day european cities. the tradition began in new york and spread to other cities. anyone with a valid ticket for public transport was eligible to join in. it was a cold day in vienna with temperatures around 38 degrees for the no pants day. [laughter] lisa: i don' t know. everyone should keep their pants on. but some of those should not have participated. mark: i was wondering where you were going with that. lisa: i should just stop.
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mark: an unusual weather occurrence in florida. lisa: how residents are cleaning up after a winter tornado blew through cape coral. randi: temperatures are in the single digits this morning. wind chills are below zero. at 6:00 a.m., eight agrees. at 8:00 a.m., nine. clouds increase late tonight ahead of snow tomorrow morning. we will take a look at the timing and amount of snow that will come in a quick burst for us is depression more than sadness? it's a tangle of multiple symptoms. brintellix (vortioxetine)
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