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`` ``[captioning made possible by ``wlwt-tv] `` ``>> wlwt news 5 >> at 6:00 starts ``now. ``>> tonight at 6:00 -- ``some residents digging out from ``friday' s storm. ``much of the east coast, wolloped ``by a massive snowstorm, while ``here at home, some ``neighborhoods only saw flurries. ``but first, just in to the wlwt ``newsroom, a 24-year-old woman,
``iesha williams' death is now ``being investigated as a ``homicide. ``williams was shot january 14 in ``the 4700 block of reading road ``right in the middle of rush ``hour. ``police say they do not believe ``she was the target. ``they believe it was her ``passenger who ran from the ``vehicle after williams crashed ``into a metro bus. ``there have been no leads in the ``case, if you know anything call ``crime stoppers. ``now to our other big story, ``weather. ``depending on what area of ``greater cincinnati you lived in ``you may have seen only a dusting ``of snow. ``other parts saw several inches. ``good evening thank you for ``joining us. ``i am courtis fuller. ``let' s get right over to ``meteorologist erik zarnitz with ``a first look at your forecast. ``e rik: when you had to the south ``and east, west union, ``georgetown, maysville all coming ``in between 5 to 6 inches of ``snow.
``the ground and where you have ``zip, this is where we saw our ``1/2 inch. ``wilmington, a half inch around ``chevy. `` buffalo, ohio, where i was live ``last night coming in with 2 1/2. ``you can see how we are on the ``back edge of this massive storm. ``we did see a line of heavier ``snow building and right across ``the eastern edge of cincinnati, ``but most of us not getting in on ``has moved down off to the west. ``as far as the east coast goes, ``we are dealing with some heavy ``snow. ``this is a time lapse out of ``oakland in new york city. ``we will talk more about that ``east coast blizzard in a few ``minutes. ``courtis: many sections of the ``bluegrass hit hard by the storm. ``for the most part, northern ``kentucky was spared. ``and some river towns were ``super-prepared. ``like maysville, which got hit ``but recovered quickly. ``that' s where wlwt news 5' s john
``us a look. ``john? ``john: we are in the heart of ``maysville we are just an hour ``, upriver from downtown ``cincinnati, where downtown ``maysville is snowbound but you ``, won' t find a pity party here, ``this river town according to ``authorities was braced for this. ``residents were prepared. ``and for cleanup today, the ``saturday sun was maysville' s ``best friend. ``road crews have put in fifteen ``hour days and those long hours ``aren' t over yet. ``drifting is a problem on rural ``stretches like key pike. ``state crews have been busy ``through the day clearing lanes ``that connect to main highways. ``places like hill city road where ``you just have to be patient as ``workers shovel this storm off ``the pavement. ``parts of mason county got ``walloped with 8 to nine inches. ``other parts, like downtown ``maysville, endured about six. ``collisions were kept to a ``minimum as residents largely ``heeded advice to avoid travel ``last night.
``plows were busy all day getting ``downtown streets passable again. ``but, now comes the nighttime and ``no rest. ``>> my biggest concern now, john, `` is the wind. ``we had the sun on our side ``today. ``but tonight the temps are going ``to fall. ``it is supposed to be 5 above in ``the morning. ``winds anywhere 10, 15, 20 miles ``an hour. ``when you have wind like that, ``you got a lot of drifting. ``john: joe brown and the 10 guys ``on his road crew covering 2 ``hundred rd miles, have another ``long night ahead of them. ``coming up at 6:00 -- 6:30, the ``mayor of this river town on ``getting out from under the ``storm. ``live in maysville, john london, ``wlwt news 5.
``were stuck in a massive traffic ``jam on ``interstate-75 near london, ``kentucky, prompting the governor ``to call out the national guard. ``look to get off the road. ``some of them had been stuck in ``their car since 2:00 friday ``afternoon. ``>> when we tell you to stay off ``the road, unless you need to be ``on the road, you really ought to ``listen to us, because it' s like ``i said, we can' t get to you. ``i mean, it' s just that bad. ``if you' re running into the ``ditches, then we' re probably ``going to be in the ditch trying ``to get to you. ``courtis: highway patrol officers ``say multiple wrecks and slow ``driving conditions caused the ``back up. ``that portion of the interstate ``did not reopen until this ``afternoon. ``you can always stay ahead of the ``winter weather with the wlwt ``weather app. ``it sends current conditions and ``school closings right to your ``mobile device. ``10 people forced out of their ``homes after an overnight fire. ``the red cross is now assisting ``them. ``wlwt news 5'
``more on this developing story. ``>> i came home and saw a small ``fire going on, next thing i know ``about an hour later, the whole ``building is in flames, fire ``-- flames. ``reporter: fire crews were called ``to the 500 block of 12th street ``overnight for a quickly ``spreading fire. ``neighbors say they thought their ``whole block was going up in ``flames. ``>> the fire was so orange inside ``our apartment building, i jumped ``up and looked out the window and ``it was engulfed. ``>> it looked like it was a ``candle lit in the house. ``next thing you know it was ``flames everywhere. ``reporter: 10 people were ``displaced, including families ``with small children, by the fast ``moving flames. ``cincinnati fire department ``personnel say that everyone was ``able to get out of the adjoining ``fire fighters fought the blaze ``in the vacant 3 story. ``of our apartment and stood ``outside until the fire ``department came. ``reporter: fire fighters and ``onlookers search the rubble as ``many say this fire could have
``>> it was ugly, it was scary. ``everybody got out safely, it was ``just crazy. ``i never seen no fire like that. ``reporter: the red cross says thi ``fire shows just how ``important smoke detectors are. ``this spring, the over the rhine ``neighborhood will be part of an ``effort by the red cross to give ``alarms. ``the cause for the fire has not ``been determined. ``also developing tonight a ``, college student from the ``cincinnati area, is being ``detained in north korea, for ``what that country is calling a ``hostile act. ``otto warmbier warm-beer ``is the second person from ``southwest ohio. ``-- ohio to be held in north ``korea in less than two years.
``nearly six months in 2014. ``he' s not getting a lot of ``information about his detention. ``residents in flint, michigan, ``still do not have any clean ``water. ``the water that' s coming from ``their tap, cannot be used to ``bathe with, cook with, or drink. ``all because of high levels of ``lead. ``the news of the water crisis ``prompted a group of young people ``here in cincinnati to find a way ``to help. ``so they are taking cases of ``bottled water and water filters ``to residents up in flint. ``wlwt news 5' s jenell walton is ``live in hartwell, where that ``donation drive is now underway. ``jenell? ``reporter: people turned out into ``ropes. ``they really wanted to fill up a ``big semi truck with bottled ``water. ``they filled up this truck, and ``then they filled up a second ``truck as well. ``it all started with a facebook ``post from a group calling ``itself, cincinnati supports ``flint. ``organizers were asking friends ``to donate water to the people of
``governor and state leaders were ``criticized for not dealing with ``the water emergency there. ``it was determined flint' s tap ``water is contaminted with lead. ``t.j. caz, victoria mullins and ``chanel wood heard about the ``emergency and wanted to do ``something to help. ``kroger offered the group a semi ``to store and transport the ``water. ``the group were really worried ``that no one would show up. ``they were thrilled when the ``donations came pouring in. ``>> we had an idea tuesday. ``kroger graciously donated a ``truck wednesday and by thursday ``night we needed to two trucks ``and it just really took a life ``of its own. ``it just blew up beyond all of ``our imaginations. ``reporter: people are still
``the good news is both trucks are ``full. ``they can' t except any more water ``at this location, but the ``organizers say they are ``tremendously proud of everyone ``for coming out to support the ``people of flint, michigan. ``jenell walton, wlwt news 5. ``courtis: very impressive effort ``by all those volunteers. ``volunteers are boarding a bus ``tomorrow to personally deliver ``the water to residents in flint. ``when it comes to the storm, most ``of greater cincinnati dodged a ``bullet ``but 30 hours after the storm ``started, the snow is still going ``strong on parts of the east
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``reporter: the snow and wind has ``been relentless for the past few ``hours, and we' re not the only ``area getting slammed by this ``storm. ``the white house covered in ``white, a panda covered in snow. ``washington, d.c. is in the ``middle of a winter storm for the ``record books. ``tourists are taking it all in. ``>> georgia, if you get an inch ``of snow, half an inch of snow, ``it' s great, so this is ``fantastic. ``reporter: the snow slowed down ``late saturday morning, before ``picking back up with a vengeance ``in the afternoon. ``>> this is an emergency event. ``and we are very much still in ``our emergency response phase. ``>> we' re going to commence a ban ``on roads in the downstate area. ``reporter: a travel ban is in ``effect in new york city, public ``transportation has been ``suspended, broadway shows ``cancelled. ``>> if you stay inside and stay ``warm you' ll be fine. ``reporter: new jersey is dealing ``with coastal flooding. ``resort towns were temporarily
``the tide came in. ``in north carolina, a sixth ``person has died as a result of ``snow and ice on the roads. ``this could turn out to be one of ``the ten worst winter storms to ``ever hit the east coast. ``in washington, i' m aixa diaz. ``courtis: ten states and the ``district of columbia are under ``states of emergency this ``weekend. ``what a mess. ``>> it' s hard to be prepared for ``1 or 2 feet of snow. `` it piles up so high, at least on ``the sidewalks there' s not much ``else you can do with it. ``but we lucked out. ``we saw some snow across ``maysville, maybe 1/2 foot in ``some areas. ``for cincinnati areas north and ``west, much drier. ``we' re still dealing with that
``even boston now getting in on ``that heavy snow. ``if you are traveling east at ``all, maybe early next week, i ``would check that those flights ``may be put off for a couple of ``days great a lot of those ``airports will have catch-up work ``to do for at least the next 2 to ``3 days. `` that just means we are seeing ``winds up in around 35 miles per ``hour, reduced visibility' s of ``less than 1/4 mile. ``my parents live in morristown, ``new jersey. ``they are out there shoveling ``their sidewalks and trying to ``stay ahead of the snow. ``they have 6 to 8 inches to go ``tonight and they already have 15 ``inches on the ground on their ``walkway. ``they had no snow on the ground ``as of 36 hours ago. ``in kentucky, just look outside. ``for sales, kentucky, dave sent ``in this picture. ``they had about 16 inches of snow ``there, just enough to cover up
``if you' re heading out this ``evening, maybe you' re going out ``tomorrow evening, no real ``problems there unless there is a ``black -- is black ice in those ``communities. ``wlwt radar showing dry ``conditions. ``winds out of the north at 10 ``miles per hour. ``those windchills down around 17. ``as our snow storm gradually ``makes its way off the east ``coast, we will see those winds ``we have been dealing with all ``day start to weaken. ``skies clearing, light winds, the ``perfect setup for high ``temperatures. ``a fairly nice, sunny day once we ``get past a few morning clouds, ``and then on monday the system ``starts to move in from the west. ``right now it looks like warming ``temperatures, maybe a touch of ``night, and then we will change ``over to some rain. ``this time it looks like it' s ``going to be wet rather than ``white.
``off at 15 degrees as we head to ``the afternoon, 35. ``overall a sunny day. ``any day we can top freezing in ``january, i will count that as a ``winner. ``futurecast showing clearing ``skies. `` tomorrow morning if you low ``clouds starting to build in. ``they will not last long as we ``head to 10:00 or 11:00. ``that sunshine is going to help, ``he will make things feel warmer. ``they winds will not be quite as ``stiff as they have been. `` monday here is that system i was ``telling you about, clouds start ``to filter in, maybe a little bit ``of rainfall here. ``overall, freezing rain simply ``because the air is still fairly ``cold late monday evening. ``that is something we will have ``to watch and eventually we will ``change over to rain. `` tonight 15 degrees, tomorrow we ``make it up to a high of 35 ``degrees. ``your seven-day forecast, look at ``this. ``last week we had those teens and ``single digits. ``this week we are talking about ``30' s, 40' s. ``perhaps by the end of the week
``elise: welcome back, i' m elise ``jesse. ``the xavier musketeers looking to ``bounce back from an ugly home ``loss to georgetown on tuesday ``night. ``the seton hal pirates also ``looking to rebound from a home ``loss to villanova. ``one of these teams would hit a 2 ``game losing skid. ``if there were any lingering s ``he drives baseline before ``throwing it down.
``slam and x was up 56-51 midway ``second half ``bluiett and reynolds got into a ``little foul trouble but jp ``macura and sean o' meara filled ``in admirably, jp gets the assist ``, sean to slam. ``and then bluiett crossed ``midcourt and drained this 3 and ``xavier was on a 13-3 run, ``bluiett finished with 15 ``but the star of this game was ``james farr with a career high in ``everything with 24 points, 15 ``boards and 4 assists. xavier ``gets back on track with a 84-76 ``win. ``>> we take much pride in winning ``at home and protecting home ``court and that game vs ``georgetown we didn' t do that so ``today was a very important day ``for us and i' m glad we ``accomplished what we wanted to ``do. ``>> it' s a league where we play ``every three day so we have to ``prepare for the next opponent so ``when are lose we get over it ``, that next day and prepare for ``the next opponent.
``assist, rebounding, and steals ``categories today. ``both squads had 13 turnovers. ``xavier shooting nearly 46% from ``the field. ``the 23rd ranked kentucky ``wildcats were at home taking on ``vanderbilt. ``first half, tyler ulis with the ``drive, he' ll get this to fall ``off the glass, and the foul, ``wildcats up 6 after the free ``throw. ``later in the half, off the ``inbounds, jamal murray with the ``steal, he' goes coast to coast, ``finishes with the dunk, kentucky ``-- slam, kentucky up 13. ``just over a minute to go before ``halftime, marcus lee grabs the ``loose ball and finishes with the ``flesh, kentucky up 11. ``u.k. rolls right past vandy, 76- ``57. ``louisville in hot-lanta to face ``georgia tech. ``second half, chinanu onuaku ``battling down low, get his own ``board and putback, game tied at ``39. ``later in the half, game tied at ``65, damion lee, he connects on
``then the cards defense comes up ``with a big stop, up two, under a ``minute to go, lee with the steal ``for louisville, and that seals ``the deal. ``as louisville goes on to win it ``75-71 over georgia tech. ``it' s going to be a another big ``night on the high school scene. ``wilmington and moeller are two ``of the teams who can thrown down ``with the best of them. ``derek forrest is in our news ``room with more. ``derek: we have a big time ``matchup in the viewing area ``saturday night with both team a ``combined 28-1 on the year, as ``5th ranked wilimgton hits the ``road for a matchup with 3rd ``ranked moeller. ``expect a large crowd for this ``one as moeller is 14-1 on the ``year and riding a 7 game winning ``streak, wilmington remains ``undefeated with a 14-0 record, ``and of course led by uc signee ``jarron cumberland who is ``averaging just over 28 points ``per game and 7 rebounds per ``game. ``but don' t sleep on moeller, a ``team who is shooting 51% from
``>> we are really familiar with ``each other. ``they know what we do. ``we know what they do. ``we played them twice last year. ``we played them in the summer. ``so there is not a lot of secrets ``there. ``i am sure they are devising some ``things up that we haven' t seen. ``but we are very familiar, ``especially personnel wise. ``and the kids know each other. `` derek: this game is scheduled to ``tip off at 7:30 p.m. over at ``moeller and of course you can ``check out the highlights right ``here later tonight at 11:00 ``p.m., derek forrest, wlwt news 5 ``sports. ``elise: here are the two schools ``we' ll be featuring tonight. ``the obvious, wilmington and ``moeller. ``and sumitt country day will be ``playing at taft. ``both games tip off at 7:30 and ``newport central catholic and ``holy cross squaring off for the ``all a classic championship ``-- championship. ``here' s the schedule for the ``confernece championship games ``tomorrow. ``new england and denver facing ``off at 3:05 and then its carson ``palmer and the cardinals taking ``on cam newton and the panthers ``at 6:40.
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``courtis: kentucky is digging out ``from yesterday' s snowstorm. ``some parts were hit with a foot ``or more. ``and all through the bluegrass, ``cities and towns were braced for ``that possibility. ``wlwt news 5' s john london is ``live at one of them, maysville. ``john: courtis, we' re in the ``heart of downtown maysville. ``market and mcdonald. ``a good six inches blanketed ``downtown, but the streets have ``been cleared and business is ``back at it. ``beyond downtown into rural mason ``county, many of the narrow ``country roads have been plowed ``clean. ``but, there are still some like
``require attention. ``and with the temperature dipping ``to five above night, coupled ``with gusting wind of 25 miles an ``hour, there is concern about ``drifting and keeping these ``stretches of road passable. ``mason county road supervisor joe ``brown and his fleet of ten have ``been virtually non-stop, putting ``in fifteen hour days. ``covering 200 road miles. ``on the downtown streets, the ``mayor gives pats on the back to ``locals who heeded the advice ``about staying off the roads. ``we made our way through town a ``little while ago and every ``street has been plowed. ``the saturday sun helping the ``that effort. ``>> today has made a big ``big difference. `` our shovel guys came in and have ``cleared the sidewalks. ``we have a lot functions downtown ``that were not canceled tonight, ``at our convention center, our
``it is good that we just came ``down and opened the town back ``up. ``john: mayor cartmell expressed ``pride about how maysville ``residents responded. ``just about one out of every two ``maysville resident has a ``four-wheel drive truck. ``a lot of scrapers were out here ``pitching in. ``he also credited restaurants ``that stayed open to help the ``road crews so they could have ``hot coffee and a full plate. ``that' s the way we do it here in ``maysville. ``john london, wlwt news 5. ``courtis: what a beautiful little ``town. ``our meteorologist closely ``monitoring this storm. ``snowfall will vary depending on ``where you live. ``it was the east coast that took ``the brunt of this storm. ``erik zarnitz has a look at what
``erik: down across maysville, ``georgetown, west union on -- all ``coming in between five to six ``inches of snow. `` he' s enjoying the snow as well ``as a nice 16 ounce beer. ``big storm across the eastern ``seaboard. ``this is our blizzard extending ``from washington, d.c. up through ``new york city and boston. ``we are also seeing some high ``wind gusts. ``sustained winds at 35 miles per ``hour, visibility less than a ``quarter of a mile. ``that' s what we are getting all ``the way across the i-95 corridor ``from washington up through the ``boston area. ``this is a home video i wanted to ``show you from my parents out of ``morristown, new jersey. ``they are out there shoveling, ``blowing some snow.
``right now they' re talking ``18 inches in some spots of ``northern new jersey, expecting ``another 1/2 foot tonight. ``for those of you that wanted ``snow in cincinnati, we will ``probably get another shot as we ``head on through the winter. ``courtis: you can always stay ``ahead of winter weather with the ``wlwt weather app. ``it sends current conditions and ``school closings right to your ``mobile device. ``police are now investigating a ``shooting as a homicide. ``iesha williams was shot january ``14 in the 4700 block of reading ``road right in the middle of rush ``hour. ``police say they do not believe ``she was the target. ``they believe it was her ``passenger who ran from the ``vehicle after williams crashed ``into a metro bus. ``there have been no leads in the ``case, if you know anything, call ``crime stoppers.
``fourth floor of building off ``pendleton and 12th street late ``last night, displacing 10 people ``this morning. ``it happened around midnight and ``took crews about two hours to ``get under control. ``flames were visible from miles ``away, shooting out of the top of ``the building. ``while battling the fire, ``officials say a wall of the ``building collapsed. ``authorities say the apartment ``was vacant when it caught fire ``and all other families in the ``building were able to make it ``out safely. ``the damage is estimated to be at ``around $200,000. ``we could learn more about a ``college student from the ``cincinnati area being detained ``in north korea, ``otto warmbier is the second ``person from southwest ohio ``to be held in that country in ``less than two years. ``he was arrested for what the
``hostile act. ``jeffrey fowle was held by north ``he says if warmbier' ``is like his, he' s not getting a ``lot of information about his ``detention. ``hundreds of people came out to ``help the people in flint, ``michigan who are dealing with a ``, water emergency. ``the group, cincinnati supports ``flint, organized the event at s where wlwt news 5' s ``jenell walton is live with the ``story, jenell? ``reporter: people are still ``pulling up to donate water to ``the people of flint, but the ``y have already filled up the ``semi behind me. ``they brought in another truck, ``but that filled up too. ``this event a major success from ``those organizers. ``this all started with the ``facebook post from a group ``called cincinnati supports ``flint. ``organizers were asking friends ``to donate water to the people of
``governor and state leaders were ``criticized for not dealing with ``the water emergency there. ``it was determined flint' s tap ``water is contaminted with lead. ``tj caz, victoria mullins and ``chanel wood heard about the ``emergency and wanted to do ``something to help. ``kroger offered the group a semi ``to transport the water. ``caz and mullins were worried no ``one would show up. ``they were thrilled when the ``donations came pouring in. ``>> this has been overwhelming. ``it' s almost really emotional ``because we' ve had at least 60 or ``70 volunteers out here. ``we' ve had hundreds of cars ``pulling up. ``we filled up 2 semis. ``we' re filling up the bottom of a ``charter bus. ``reporter: a lot of people came ``out to fill this truck with all ``those bottles of water. ``the hartwell kroger also ran out ``of water because so many people ``wanted to help the people of ``flint.
``courtis: volunteers are boarding ``a bus tomorrow to personally ``deliver the water to residents ``in flint. ``a potentially similar water ``situation here in ohio. ``the city manager of sebring, ``ohio says the school district ``canceled classes as a precaution ``friday over water concerns. ``pregnant women shouldn' t drink ``tap water because of elevated ``levels of lead and copper found ``during tests at a handful of ``older homes. ``however he says tests have shown ``that water in the distribution ``system is safe. ``packaged salads produced at a ``dole facility in ohio are linked ``to at least one death caused by ``a listeria outbreak. ``the cdc says a man in michigan ``died after eating packaged ``lettuce produced in springfield, ``ohio. ``12 people in six states have
``listeria outbreak began in july. ``the cdc says dole has stopped ``all production at the ``springfield plant. ``arrest overnight at the red roof ``inn off pfieffer road. ``33-year-old timothy vinegar was ``wanted for burglary. ``police arrived at the hotel with ``two swat cars just before 11 ``:00 last night. ``officials tell us he was taken ``into custody without incident. ``interstate 74 at rybolt has ``turned into a heroin ``investigation. ``the woman at the wheel ``identified by deputies as amanda ``gordon of greendale, indiana, ``was ejected from the car. ``also injured was her passenger, ``clayford wilson. ``deputies used narcan, saying the ``two were barely breathing after ``the crash. ``gordon'
``$175,000. ``her sons, ages 8 and ten, were ``keeping the memory alive of ``those killed in the 2012 attacks ``in benghazi. ``organizers held a sidewalk ``memorial outside the disabled ``american veterans headquarters `` , holding signs in honor of ``those killed during the attack. ``to show appreciation and honor ``those killed. ``not everyone on the east coast ``is looking to hunt her down ``after that massive snowfall. ``the 264 pound panda that' s
``thousands of motorists have been ``stranded on highways in several ``states. ``nbc' s jennifer johnson has the ``story from washington. ``reporter: life-threatening ``the east coast. ``wind gusts over 50-miles per ``hour have made travel virtually ``impossible. ``motorists can' ``thousands were stranded on i-75 ``>> i' ve been running my engine ``on a cycle of 10 minutes every ``40 minutes. ``it seems to be long enough to ``keep the engine warm. ``reporter: a similar story in ``pennsylvania, where the duquesne ``university mens basketball team ``was among those stuck. ``while the white stuff ``entertained these snowboarders. ``>> pretty sure that' s not legal. ``>> pretty sure it' s not legal. ``reporter: and delighted the
``it also offered a rare ``opportunity to sled down the us ``capitol lawn. ``>> a winter wonderland so we' ``having a good time. but unless you' ``skis, officials are urging ``everyone to stay off the roads. t care how superb a ``driver, how big a four wheel ``drive you have, the roads are ``barely passable. ``reporter: thousands of flights ``have been cancelled. ``hundreds of thousands are ``without power. ``and severe coastal flooding is ``threatening several mid-atlantic ``states. ``nation' s capitol, one of its ``biggest storms in history. ``the weather is supposed to get ``considerably better sunday then ``the dig-out begins. ``and it will be several days ``before many businesses and ``schools reopen. ``jennifer johnson, nbc news. ``courtis: it is never fun ``reports. ``ten states and the district of ``columbia are under states of ``emergency this weekend.
``stay inside in snowy weather, ``check out this little fellow. ``one of washington, d.c.' s most ``celebrated residents was out in ``the snow, enjoying the weather. ``cameras at the national zoo ``caught him sliding down hills ``and taking it all in. ``some even said the giant panda ``was making some snow angels. ``>> cincinnati' s certified most ``accurate forecast. ``erik: i just roll around like ``that when i don' t want to get ``out of bed in the morning. ``as far as most of us went, this ``was not a big snow maker for a ``lot of us in the tri-state. ``once you had down towards ``maysville, that' s where you saw ``1/2 foot, and really problematic ``for a win county, pendleton ``county. ``for the cincinnati metro areas ``north and west, this is pretty ``much what we saw. ``on the west side we had 1/2
``the wlwt radar showing dry ``conditions right now. ``if you' re heading out tonight, ``no issues as far as snow goes, ``and even those areas that saw ``snow around west union and ``maysville, georgetown, those ``winds will gradually dry out so ``you will not see as big a ``problem as you have over the ``last 24 hours with that blowing ``and drifting snow. ``27 degrees, wins out of the ``north at 10 miles per hour, ``making it feel like the teams ``out there -- teens out there. take a look. the ``eastern seaboard. ``this dark blue, that is very ``heavy snow. ``mixed in with a system like ``this, the reason why it' s called ``the norse -- northeastern is ``because you are dealing with 50, ``60 mile per hour winds. ``we' re talking about visibility ``down below 1/4 mile. ``that is when you start to get
``if you happen to be traveling ``east on monday or tuesday, you ``couple of days. ``it will take a while for these ``airports to catch up with all ``the straggling passengers trying ``to get to and from the airport ``over the coming days. ``this system is going to move ``around, and that means our winds ``start to back off. ``he will also let high pressure ``sunny skies. ``on monday we have another ``weather system heading our way. ``this time it looks like we will ``be on the west side of things ``rather than the white. ``ground temperatures around 10:00 ``on monday night may be at ``freezing, and it means as the ``rain falls we could see freezing ``drizzle. ``that is monday night. ``tomorrow we will not see many ``problems. `` by the afternoon, 35 degrees, a ``few clouds early in the day with ``plenty of sunshine towards ``afternoon. ``-- afternoon. ``maybe a few clouds building and
``we will gradually clear out. ``as we head on into monday ``afternoon, that is when we will ``start to see a few more clouds ``light precipitation by 9:00 or ``10:00. ``50 degrees, a few clouds, still ``cold. ``we pop above freezing, that is a ``good day in cincinnati, making ``sunshine. ``your seven-day forecast, this ``week when you compare it to last ``week, a nice winter. `` temperatures generally above ``freezing for the afternoon ``highs. ``we do have a little bit of a ``problem maybe for an hour or two ``monday evening. ``next weekend, 40' s and 50' s. ``courtis: i like the home video ``from your parents' home. ``you said moorestown is 1/2 hour ``-- ``erik: is right outside new york ``city. ``they have to let the dog do his
``the muskies taking on `` elise: welcome back, i' m elise ``jesse. ``the xavier musketeers looking to ``bounce back from an ugly home ``loss to georgetown on tuesday ``night. ``the seton hal pirates also ``looking to rebound from a home ``loss to villanova. ``one of these teams would hit a 2 ``game losing skid. ``if there were any lingering ``questions about edmond sumner' s ``healthy, they were silenced. ``he drives baseline before ``throwing it down. ``xavier led 40-36 at the half. ``trevon bluiett whips this pass ``inside to james farr for the ``slam and x was up 56-51 midway ``second half. ``bluiett and reynolds got into a ``little foul trouble but jp ``macura and sean o' meara filled ``in admirably, jp gets the assist
``the star of this game is james ``farr. ``a xavier back on track with a ``84-76 win. ``>> we take much pride in winning ``at home and protecting home ``court and that game vs ``georgetown we didn' t do that so ``today was a very important day ``for us and i' m glad we ``accomplished what we wanted to ``do. ``>> it' s a league where we play ``every three day so we have to ``prepare for the next opponent so ``win or lose we get over it that ``next day and prepare for the ``next opponent. ``elise: xavier winning the ``assist, rebounding, and steals ``categories. ``both squads had 13 turnovers. ``the 23rd ranked kentucky ``wildcats were at home taking on ``vanderbilt. ``first half, tyler ulis with the ``drive he' ll get this to fall off
``wildcats up 6 after the free ``throw. ``later in the half, off the ``inbounds, jamal murray with the ``steal, he' goes coast to coast, ``finishes with the dunk, kentucky ``of just over a minute to go ``13. ``before halftime, marcus lee ``grabs the loose ball and ``finishes with the flush, and uk ``rolls right passed vandy 76-57 ``-- 76-57. ``louisville in hot-lanta to face ``georgia tech. ``second half, chinanu onuaku ``battling down low, get his own ``board and putback, game tied at ``39-39. ``later in the half, game tied at ``65, damion lee, he connects on ``the 3, cardinals take a 3 point ``lead and then the cards defense ``comes up with a big stop, up ``two, under a minute to go, lee ``with the steal for louisville, ``and that seals the deal ``-- deal. ``as louisville goes on to win it ``75-71 over georgia tech. ``expect a large crowd for the
``wilmington remains undefeated. t sleep on moeller, a team ``who is shooting 51% from the ``field. ``>> we are really familiar with ``each other. ``they know what we do. ``we know what they do. ``we played them twice last year. ``we played them in the summer. ``there. ``i am sure they are devising some ``things up that we haven' t seen. ``but we are very familiar, ``especially personnel wise. ``and the kids know each other. ``elise: here are the games we ``will be featuring tonight, the ``obvious wilmington and moeller. ``most games tip-off at 7:30. ``newport central catholic and ``holy cross squaring off for the ``all a classic championship ``just championship. ``-- championship. ``here' s the schedule for the ``confernece championship games ``tomorrow. ``new england and denver facing ``off at 3:05 and then its carson ``palmer and the cardinals taking ``on cam newton and the panthers
``>> this is that my parents' ``house in new jersey. ``12 inches of snow on the ground, ``maybe a touch more than that. ``stairs? ``that' s where the dog is. ``elise: nice little path. ``erik: temperatures tonight ``falling into the teens, it will ``be a cold night. ``winds gradually backing off ``a nicer day, high of 35. ``[captioning performed by the ``national captioning institute, ``which is responsible for its ``caption content and accuracy.