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temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. let's go to the dayplanner where we've got descending throughout the day with snow showers falling apart later forecast is coming starts now. jessica rae: morning on abc9 news... a planned terror attempted in paris... exactly one year after the attacks on newspaper charlie hebdo. " jessica rae: also... we'll hear the worker whose plane crashed in a farm field last weekend. " jessica rae: and... you'll meet the girl who's taking the wrestling world by storm... even though she can't see her these stories and
on abc9 news this morning. "" jessica rae: good morning and thanks for joining us on this friday. i am lukas voss in for jessica rae us on this friday. i am lukas voss in for jessica rae ... days after president obama announced exececive actions aimed at reducing gun violence... the president took his pitch on the road. he participated in a town hall meeting at george mason university... and argued his reasoning for the increased restrictions. reporter karin caifa has a more. " (president obama): "the way it is described, is that we are trying to take away everybody's guns." in his first town hall event in 2016, the president debated the second amendment....and the gun violence gripping the nation. he stood in front of supporters -- critics -- and some familiar faces -- including gabby giffords -- the former representative who was shot five e ars ago and her husband retired astronaut mark kelly. ( mark kelly/husband of gabrielle giffords): "gabby and i are both gun owrs. we take gun ownership very
he never owned a gun and has little experience with firearms. but says his stance on guns helped manufacturers. (president obama): "i have been now president for over seven years and gun sales don't seem to have suffered during that time. i have been very good for gun manufacturers." he says his policies make sense -- but have been overly politicized. (president obama): "our position is consistently mischaracterized." s current position -- expanding background check for gun buyers and narrowing the so- called "gun show loophole," that leaves most small and private sellers exempt from keeping formal sales records. not everyone agrees. ( taya kyle/wife of chris kyle):"the thing is that the laws that we create don't stop these horrific things from happening." a cnn/orc poll found that a majority of the public supports the measures that obama outlined this week, but less than half of americans think they would actually limit gun violence. in fairfax virginia -- i'm karin caifa. jessica rae: south dakota house representative
repeal bill, saying this was the first bill ... house republicans could get to the president's desk since she's been in office. noem says the repeal represents her constituents accurately. " as i've talked to thousands of south dakotans over the years, their cost of health care has gone up, they've lost their plans, they've lost their doctoto, and we're certainly anxious to put in place another health care reform that would actually put them back in charge of their own health care decisions with their doctor." jessica rae: noem also believes the repeal would create more competition in the market which would help america's economy. jessica rae: the f-b-i is confirming that a santee man who was the focus of a manhunt earlier this week... has died. a spokesperson says when police attempted to place him in custody, the m m shot himself, claiming his o o life. f-b-i and knox county officials say 25-year-old david hoffman was transported to a nebraska hispital, where he died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. officials says no law enforcement officers fired their weapons during the
the gun hoffman used is currently undergoing ballistics testing. an autopsy has been scheduled for hoffman's body. jessica rae: a suspected terror plot was stopped in paris yesterday. the act was timed.d. down to the minute... to the anniversary of that terror tack one year ago at the offices of the satirical cartoon - charlie hebdo. abc's alex marquardt has more on the suspect. "(nats banging noise) this cell phone video shows the moments after that takedown, at about 11:30 am, the man carrying a meat cleavr shouted "god is great" in arabic and threatened the police, then officers fired at him. sot- phoner: "i heard shouts coming from the police station. when the man didn't stop, they started shooting. " a bomb squad moveded in to inspect what looked like a suicide belt?a robot inspected the body, the belt turned out to be a fake. but on the young man, wearing blue jeans, were a par isis flag d a note pledging allegiance to its leader. french authories say the man, in his early 20s, was born in morocco?and was
been radicalized. the incident comes on the first anniversary of the massacre at the satirical newspaper charlie hebdo by two brothers tied to al qaeda that left 12 dead. and aftetethe isis attacks in november that killed 130, this man told us today nats man speaking french we talk everyday about the attacks that have happened and the attacks that will happen. just before the attack, france's president gave a speech thanking the country's security forces but warning that france is not finished with terrorism. this country remains at its highest alert level. jessica rae: 4 thousand dollars is up for grabs for siouxland entrepreneurs. briar cliff university is hosting a grant competition called swimming with sharks, this february. the competition will give siouxland entreprenuers the chance to win up to 4 thousand dollars for their business. applications are due by midnight on february first and from there ... 7 finalists will be chosen for final judging, which will take place on
jessica rae: a manufacturer has a new high- tech way to deliver pregnancy test results. "first response" has developed a test with bluetooth connectivity. it works with an app designed to make the process of getting results less stressful. after app, you answer a about whether pregnant or not. then determine results. the app offers suggestions for remaining calm while you wait. and once you have your results, the possible next steps. the cost of these bluetooth- connected tests 25 dollars. jessica rae: alright when we you'll hear the communication between air traffic control... the plane that field last weekend. stay with us. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this
matters dot com. "" scott: good morning. we have snow coming down across the area. the stormcast hd highlights this system continuing to move through the area. we can expect another 1 to 2 inches of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's
jessica rae scott: jessica rae: more about the crashed in rural nebraska over the highlights this system continuing to move through the area. we can expect another 1 to 2 inches of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast.
to move through the another to 2 inches of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. for snow to most of the day and a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae highlights this system continuing to move through the area. we can expect another 1 to 2 inches
we're finding out more about the pilot whose plane crashed in rural nebraska over the weekend. the louisiana man was suppose to land in sioux city... but was diverted to the wayne airport because of foggy conditions. the pilot is belived to be chris birk of louisiana. that's according to an area pilot and a coworker of the man. he was flying the cessna 172 when it crashed sunday evening. birk is employed by performance contractors, which is the company doing construction on the c-f industries expansion. one of birk's coworkers tells a-b-c 9 that chris' family will hold his funeral back home this week. jessica rae: chris had last stopped in columbia, missouri to fuel up, when he ran into the bad weather. and we now have the last communication
before his plane crashed near pender. pilot: "sioux city approach this is cessna n5104 delta; you read me?" jenna: chris birk was nearly at sioux gateway airport when he was denied permission to land because of low visibility. jenna: he was redirected to the airport in wayne, nebraska. controller: "cessna 04 delta - yeah, keep me advised on how the weather is on your way over there. we're showing vfr skies over wayne, b b we are socked in here in sioux city a a it might be s seading over that way. keep us advised and we'll get you down safaf" jenna: conditions worsened, appearantly, impacting visibility. pilot: "5104 delta. have not identified the ground yet." controller: "04 delta, roger, and we are now showing a scattered layer at wayne at 200 feet." jenna: it was around 6-30 on sunday night when air traffic control last had contact with chris. controller: "04 delta i'm starting to lose you onadar. what's altitude?" 1,800. no groundnd dedea, radar contact controller: "04 4 lta still up?" pilot: "04 delta in sioux city, jenna news.
the n-t-s-b has finished the investigation on scene... and have taken the debris to colorado for scene... and have taken the debris to colorado for further research. they hope to have the cause of the crash determined by next week. " jessica rae: after the brea.. you'll meet two amazing female athletes. first up... i'll intduce you to the pittsburgh teen that can't be stopped on the cot. her journey so far... all coming up. " jessica rae: and.... the north carolina teen who is a wizard on the wrestling mat... even though she can't see her opponent. you'll meet theses two amazing girls... in two minutes.
and delays... head to siouxland matters dot com. jessica rae: w-n-b-a fans, this could be your future hero. a 14-year-old girl from pittsburgh... is making three- pointers like there's no tomorrow. reporter kelly brennan introduces us to this exceptional talent. " "(nats) she averages forty- five points per game. she's the second- leading scorer in the state. and she's only a freshman. meet fourteen- year-old cali konek from imani christian academy ( cali konek, imani christian academy stududt): "i like to shoot a lot (threes?) ) wellnywhere really." yeah - that includes nba threes. reporter question: "when did you see it in her, you looked at your daughter and thought she could be a phenomenal basketball player? (ken konek, cali konek's father): "probably third
and at that age - cali wanted to get better. ( ken konek, c ci konek's father): "we actually at that age we found a trainer nad howard dorsey in pittsburgh and i started bringing her down and i never stopped." and then, it was a-a- u. to play against the best, they took her to philly. now at imani christian - she stays in the gym for thirty minutes after every practice. (cali konek, imani christian academy student): "i'll normally do this and then go on the shooting machine and just shoot around." her game high? fifty-nine. (cali konek, imani christian academy student): "i never knew i would score that much in a game but my expectations were to help my team but i never knew i'd score that many points." ( tru dixon, coach): "me coaching cali,
carolina with a four-point-seven g-p-a a cently ssed up the chchce to graduate early. she opted to remain in school to pursue her new-found love of wrestling. it's a tough sport for anyone, but this teenager has an added challenge - she can't see her opponents. " liana mutia just
can't understand what the big fuss is. (liana mutia/millbrook wrestler) "i don't, i don't think there's anything interesting about me." a female, playing a male's sport is very unusual,.. but even more amazing,.. ( liana mutia/millbrook wrestler) "i was legally blind for a couple of years but, it's really this year that the eye's started to get, i really couldn't hide it anymore this year." liana has been losing sight since her sophomore year but that hasn't stopped her from competing. judo is her primary sport but liana wanted a new challenge,.. wrestling provided that. her parent's at first,.. were skeptical. ( bern mutia/liana's father) "i mean it's a boys game so i said ok, let's try it just don't take any unnecessary risks and don't get hurt." in practice and in
required to always keep contact with her. that's the only "advantage" liana is given. on the mat, there are no special privileges,.. everyone is equal. ( scott saby/millbrook wrestling coach) "she's a good teammate, she works hard and competes and that's what's great about her." being visually impaired... believe it or not... does give liana one advantage. (liana mutia) "i mean it's less scary not knowing what they look like anyway." not that that would matter to a somemee as fearless as liana. she's done quite well in her first year of varsity wrestling... four wigainst six losses. (bern mutia) "a good record for a girl and a blind girl to be in there." but to liana,.. the wins and losses are not what's important. (liana mutia) "wrestling kind of distracts me from my eye sight i guess. it makes me feel pretty normal." but more than anything, liana is thankful for her teammates who look out for her and help her get around. and if she had a wish. (liana mutia) "i'd like to see what they look like." instead ana will have to settle for physical contact,.. competing in a sport foreign to most girls. jessica rae: scott: jessica and scott are chatting about these two
jessica and scott are chatting about these two extraordinary athletes. jessica and scott are chatting about these two extraordinary athletes. jessica and scott are chatting about these two extraordinary athletes. scott:good morning siouxland. we have light to moderate snow showers in the region. visibilities are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less areas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. let's go to the dayplanner where we've got descending throughout the day with snow showers today.
are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less than ideal with some areas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. let's go to the dayplanner where we've got descending temperatures throughout the day with snow showers d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and ststting their workday....please drive e fely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... i-29 sb and on riverside blvd. so again... mind that speed. " jessica rae: still to come... le mars is getting ready to take off road vehicles... onto city streets. i'll bring you the details behind the planned ordinance...
take the streets in their snowmobiles? the city recently updated an ordinance allowing residents to drive off road vehicles on city roads. abc9 news reporter bria bell has the story. "sound of snow mobile" the city of lemars recently updated ordinance number 9- 29, which deals with all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles. allowing the vehicles to be driven on city streets. "what this new ordinance does is combine them both. so where an atv can drive, a snow mobile can drive," said vacurah. vacurah says that if the community did not push for the change, the city might not have looked twice at the issue. he assumes
from the vehicles being a hot item for consumers. "i think its becoming a lot more popular, a lot of people have them," said vacura. but taage foreman the general manager for bob's bike shop says it's not only a fad, it helps run the ag business a bit more smoothly. "sometimes they'll be in this for several hours in the morning...need to go to town to grab something from bomgaars or wherever that might be and have to go home, park this, then go get their truck and then come to town," said foreman. the ordiance was passed and approved on january 5th and once the local paper prints out the information, the law will officially go into affect. "if you ever question what residents think about what's going on in their town, a barber shop is the place to be," said bell. "buzzing of clippers" "well i think it needs to be more street legal meaning just like a vehicle...you know, headlights, turn signals just things like that. because if not, i mean, why don't we have golf carts on the roads, because i think those are probably just as fun," said bundy. in le mars, iowa, bria bell abc 9 news. "
we have light to moderate snow showers in the region. visibilities are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less than ideal with some areas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have snow coming down across the area. the stormcast hd highlights this system continuing to move throroh the area. we can expect another 1 to 2 inches of snow. then it'lbe really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. today we can look for ow to continue through most of the day and a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott:
showers in the miles or less. road than ideal with some coverage. temperatures are in the e s throughout the region. we have snow coming g wn stormcast hd highlights this system continuing area. we can expect of snow. then it'll be afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. for snow to continue through most of the day and d
tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: jessica rae: presidential we have light to moderate snow showers in the region. visibilities are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less than ideal with some areas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. we have snow coming down across the area. the
highlights this system continuing to move through the area. we can expect another 1 to 2 inches of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20.today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a candidate rand paul celebrated his birthday in sioux city yesterday. but it didnt get in the way of his campaign for president. paul and his wife met with voters
downtown. his remarks included his reaction to the president's executive actions to extend gun control laws. he says the president's plan takes the balance away from the branches of the u-s government. "you know i think north korea is one of the few nuclear powers that really has some instability, is putting it lightly, in their leadership and it is a real problem. i think the only way we're going to be able to influence their behavior is through our pressure, sanctions, and international pressure from all the countries that surround them." say presidential candidate rand paul. jessica rae: more than 50 people were in attendance at the meet and greet, voters say paul won them over with his stance on current issues "i really like that he is liberal with his social policies, he wants to take control of our debt which is huge. i really that he's not looking to start a war with anybody. it would take him messing up alot to lose my vote." says rand paul supporter amanda johnson. jessica rae:
bluffs earlier in the day. jessica rae: g-o-p presidential candidate ted cruz is continuing his week-long "cruzin to caucus" bus tour across the state. the texas senator made a stop in humboldt where he spoke to supporters at the rustix restaurant & event center. he also had events in webster city... where the surgin republican spokeke on who he thinks former candidate john mc-cain will endorse. "( sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) it is no surprise. everybody knows john mccain is going to endorse marco rubio. their foreign policies are jessica rae: the cruzin' to runs through stops in 28 towns but cruz says he 9999ountieby february 1. and cruz has announced bob vander plaats as his national co-
vander plaats, who gave cruz his blessing early in december, is the president and ceo of the family leader and an influential conservative and evangelical leader. vander plaats has been touring the state with cruz this week during the "cruzin' for caucus" iowa bus tour, visiting 28 counties in six days. jessica rae: and the candidates keep on coming through siouxland carly fiorina isis making several stops in siouxland... including here in sioux city. she'll be holding a town hall meeting at bev's on the river that's scheduled for 5:30 on monday. january 11th. tuesday, she'll be making several stops including one in holstien. jessica rae: ben carson was showing his support for police and military in cedar rapids yesterday. that's where he held a town hall meeting yesterday. the retired neurosurgeon saying his campaign team is stronger and "more action oriented." that's of course after several resignations from key position holders in his campaign last week. carson says he's moving forward. jessica rae: hillary clinton's husband was also
making a big campaign push before the iowa caucuses. bill clinton gathered with vors in cedar rapids to explain why his wife, hillary should be elected president. but the former president also with the crowd. "(former president bill clinton) ...my phone's ringing. i'll have to call hillary back and explain why i couldn't take it. jessica rae: the former president has stops planned in iowa and new hampshire. hillary clinton continues to lead in the democratic polls. jessica rae: and speaking of the former president... explosive allegations against bill clinton have resurfaced one woman says she was sexually assaulted by bill clinton decades ago. he unequivocally denies those claims. but that didn't stop republican frontrunner donald trump from using bill clinton's past sexual misconduct - to smear the clinton campaign. "as bill clinton hits
(bill clinton) "you will never have a better candidate" sexual improprieties reemerging in hillary clinton's race for the white now, one of the subjects of those scandals is resurfacing. juanita broaddrick - who that bill clinton when she was working on his gubernatorial she's s w a trump tweeted: when bill clinton, ark. attorney general raped me and hillary tried to silence me. i am now there was no physical evidence and no charges were ever filed. the attorney for bill clinton in 1999 said "any allegation that assaulted mrs. broaddrick more than 20 years ago is absolutely false." on the campaign trail, a republican state legislator asking her about them this week in ( hillary clinton, (d) presidential caidate) "you are very rude, and i am m call on you." clinton set the
words supporting victims of rape --- secretary clinton, out to say that all rape victims should be believed. but would you say that juanita broaddrick, kathleen wiley and paula jones be (hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) "well, i would say that everyone should be believed at first until they are evidence." clinton's opponents have stayed away from the scandals... until now ( donald trump, (r) presidential candidate)"the husband wants to come and she wants to accuse me of things and the husband is one of the great abusers of the world? give me a break. give meme break." donald trump has been hammering on bill clintonon past, and calling hillary clinton an "enabler" since she accused him of a penchant
(hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate)"it's not the first time he's demonstrated a penchant for sexism." today, bill clinton answer questions at a campaign event this way: (bill clinton) "he has said a lot of things. i have no response." trump ... not letting up today ... his campaign putting out this instagram video (hillary clinton, (d) presidential candidate) women's rights are human rights and human rights are women's rights once and for all, let's keep fighting for opportunity and dignity." jessica rae: bill clinton has refused to hit back at trump... saying he has no interest in getting involved in republican party politics. clinton herself has also not responded jessica rae: planned parenthood is endorsing hillary clinton for president. the national women's health group says it'll make it official in new hampshire this sunday. it will be the first time planned parenthood has endorsed anyone during presidential primaries. the move is likely to open clinton up to attacks from republican candidates. many of them have promised to cut the group's funding if elected.but clinton saidtoday she'll make sure that doesn't happen if she wins. jessica rae: republican frontrunner donald trump was stumping in vermont
he w/uld prefer to run against. " (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "at least bernie is getting some action. he gets much smaller crowds than me, but at least bernie gets some action, right. boy would i love to run against bernie. i would love.i would love. aw.that would be a dream come true, but actually i have my mind set on hillary. we all like bernie. do we like bernie? (no) o oy. well, if you wanna pay a 90% tax, i mean, he wants to tax you at 90 percent so you don't like him. i wasn't sure. i had to feel that out."" jessica rae: e vermont senator is currently trailing democratic frontrunner hillary clinton by double digits. jessica rae: the iowa g-o-p is getting ready for caucus night. with just a little more than three weeks left until february first, workers are preparing packets that will be used to find out which candidate iowans support the most.
sent out across the state..making it a top to bottom effort.. jeff kaufmann, iowa gop chair, "we probably have the most talented group of individuals that we've ever had. they are cutting edge themselves, they are hard working, they are doing this because they are worried and believe in their future " jessica rae: packets are hand-delivered to all sixteen- hundred, eighty- one precincts in iowa and volunteers will have logged nearly three- hundred training hours by the time february first rolls around. jessica rae: a northeast community college student had the experience of a lifetime in el salvador. here's susan risinger with the details. "a northeast community college student and her advisor spent a week last summer building houses in el salvador for habitat for humanity. liz kettelerers a sophomore pre-med major at northeast. her advisor is michelle volkman. a pediatrician with the university of nebraska medical
the diary guidelines announced yesterday address more than calories and fat. dr. laura jana says the guidelines encourage healthy eating as a way to prevent chronic disees. and a lincoln hedge advisor will be the guest on the nationally syndicated radio program market rally when the show originates from norfolk. host chip flory will broadcast market rally from the chuck pohlman ag complex wednesday afternoon at 2 as part of the northeast nebraska farm and equipment show. his guest will be darin fessler with lakefront futures and options in lincoln. these and more stories can be heard in newstalk wjag, literock 97.5 and 106kix." jessica rae: coming up in sports... two terrific scorers went head to head last night as le mars battled east. find out whichch one could lead h team to a win after the break. scott: stay tuned for
night's east and le mars game at the cnos classic. here's chris with the action. chris palmquist--"good morning everybody. over the next couple of days, basketball fans can check out some great action at the tenth annual cnos classic at the tyson events center. the headliner last night? a matchup between le mars and sioux city east. the dogs & dave irwin come in at 4-3, east & ras is 7-2 on the year. we're tied at 41 in the third...but not any more...aidan vanderloo, money on the triple from the wing...raiders go up three. then off the turnover, connor murrell...you know what's coming...the opens up a 5 point but here come the dogs...will pottebaum gets to
up the floater...it was a one point east lead after 3. in the fourth, trent hilbrands...hesitates and goes baseline for the deuce...bulldogs take the lead. but right away on the other end, murrell...with the thievery and the lay in...east would start to pull away. le mars had one last run...hilbrands, banks in three of his game high 33 to trim it to three. but murrell had 29 himself and east wins a good one, 67- 59. how about this matchup? number 14 spencer taking on the three time defending champions from pierce. late in the first quarter...sara bauermeister, cans the midrange jay for the tigers to cut the was all blue jays on the sutherland rolls to the hoop and cashes half a dozen. the inside game was working...shelby bretschneider gets position inside for lead up to double gits. then bretschneider, sutherland in the the twine as pierce
bretschneider shows off her range...it was 25-5 at the break...pierce wins it easy, 43-18. that will do it for sports...have a great weekend everybody. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:good morning siouxland. we have light to moderate snow showers in th are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less than ideal with some areas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. let's go to the dayplanner where we've got descending temperatures throughout the day with snow showers falling apart later today. rae thanks scott... this morning...
today's job report. snow showers in the region. visibilities are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less than ideal with some eas of heavy snow coverage. temperatures are in the 30s throughout the region. let's go totohe dayplanner where we've got descending temperatures throughout the day with snow showers falling apart later today. rae are reduced to 5 miles or less. road conditions are less eyeing china and today's job report. kendis gibson and kayna whitworth have the latest on the stock market. good morning. topping "america's money" -- a ray of hope for the stock markets.
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people are tuning in to watch a live stream of people across the pond... trying to cross the puddle. abc's sara haines has more on this canine phenom "it's the periscoped puddle making a social media splash the internet pouring praise on this viral seseation - trending #2 worldwide - over 500 hundred thousand viewers captivated by a live ream of people attempting to cross a puddle in northern england from leapers and jumpers to climbers and swimmers... puddle watchers everywhere were treated to 6 hours of man versus nature. [gfx] "2016 olympic event - wrote one viewer - "i love this" said another there was much pondering - climbing - cycling - using the lampost as leverage - forging straight through - and yes that's a surfboard and for the win - this man putting up a "caution wet floor sign" for his fellow puddle pedestrians jessica rae scott:
the puddle. jessica and scott are chatting about the puddle. jessica and scott are chatting about the puddle. jessica and scott are chatting about the puddle. scott: a system jessica and scott are chatting about the puddle. jessica and scott are chatting about the puddle. of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind may dip as low as -20. today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a high of 34. the low comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast. scott:
of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have aigh of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast. scott: adlib jessica rae: of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend may dip as low as -20. today we can look for snow to continue through most of the day and a a high of 34. the low tonight is 10 as snow comes to a stop. then tomorrow we'll have a high of 16 and it'll be cold. here's your 7 day forecast.
adlib jessica rae: of snow. then it'll be really cold afterward! wind chills this weekend today we can look continue through high of 34. the low comes to stop. have a high of 16 and your 7 day forecast. scott: adlib jessica rae: coming up in our government is lending some advice on eating healthier... and it appea you'll need to cut way back on a few of your favs. stay tun to find out more jessica rae: " and... the f-d-a is warning about a chemical that may be in your pizza boxes. i'll tell you more about this...