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what he brings to the table from toledo. eric: and court avenue crime. why police are confident they'll find the shooter and why this incident could spark big changes there. good morning. a busy morning. great to have you with us. elizabeth: it is now 5:00 on monday. especially busy in the weather department. metinka: we got a little bit of everything. a mixed bag moving into southwest iowa, some snowflakes, freezing rain and cold rain, lifting to the north. if you are waking up to the north, saying where is the weather? don't worry it is coming. across kansas, a wintry mix there. it is spreading to the north east. we are expecting a wide variety. this is going to be a wintry mix . a little bit of freezing rain, maybe a couple of snowflakes.
they are expecting some snow and it could be heavy at times. temps are hovering close to freezing. this afternoon, they will be above freezing in des moines. eric: we will keep a close eye on that. that overnight rain and freezing temperatures could mean a slick commute. here's a look at 511ia.org right now. you can see up in northern iowa, roads are covered or partially covered as indicated by the blue and pink highlights. kcci's alyx sacks is keeping an eye on metro road conditions for you this morning. so alyx where are you right now ? what are you seeing? alyx: it is very wet out there. you can see the air is cold enough, i can see my breath. it is damp. sprinkling, kissing your face. four euro conditions of the
because the road is still warm enough, even though it is hovering around the freezing point in a lot of areas, it is not quite freezing on the surface. that is good news as you are heading out the door. if you want to prepare for the rest of your monday, we are expecting more rain today. some areas may be slick as you head out on the roads. we are not going to get to warm today. this weather is going to stick around. we have seen some rock salt out there. all in preparation of what could be with this rain-snow mix throughout the day. coming up, we'll talk about that evening commute. when you head out the door, you have to come back. what that is going to be like. eric: we've already had several schools delay or cancel classes for the day because of the weather. we have 13 schools in the system right now, and we'll add to the list as soon as we get any more. you can see them scrolling at
online at kcci.com. be sure to track the winter weather using our kcci storm team 8 app. you can see our interactive radar, and get up to the minute weather alerts and traffic conditions. it's free to download for iphone and android users. search storm team 8 in the apple store or on google play. elizabeth: more big stories in central iowa now, today we expect to hear from iowa state's new head football coach. athletic director jamie pollard officially announced sunday that former toledo coach matt campbell is taking over the cyclones football program. campbell arrived in ames last night on isu's private jet. he had a 35 and 15 record in his time at toledo. and now takes over a team that has been near the bottom of the big 12 for years. campbell didn't say much leaving the airport in ames, but he talked to reporters earlier in toledo about what attracted him to iowa state. >> it was about finding the right spot.
it is about the people there, playing out there. the energy and what they put into what trying to make -- they put into trying to make this play special. it needs somebody to the whole plan together. i love the whole challenge of that. elizabeth: campbell will speak to the media for the first time as the new isu coach today. that starts at noon at the football complex. you can count on complete coverage online at kcci.com and on air at kcci 8 news at noon. eric: family and friends came together last night to remember the victim of a deadly shooting on court avenue in downtown des moines this weekend. 21-year-old edmanuel perez was shot and killed at 3rd and court early sunday morning. another man, 23-year-old andrew hurley-boyd was also shot, and is recovering in the hospital this morning. police say at this point, there is no motive or suspects in custody but plenty of good leads, thanks to the many witnesses out at the bars overnight.
at barcadium. just a block away from sunday's shooting. he says he's heard of shootings near court, but never anything that's taken a life. cliques hopefully the police will pick up a little bit and patrol the area and make sure if they see any fights occurring, they can get to them before something like this happens again. this is the latest -- eric: this is the latest in several attacks near the court avenue bar district. in july, a pleasant hill man was attacked near third and fourth streets. a similar incident happened there in february. polk county provided money for we can patrol but that ended back in september after the busy summer months. the sergeant tells us they will re-examine their policing strategies and work with city
elizabeth: campus shutdown. students at a college in chicago are being told to stay home today due to security concerns. shaina humphries has the latest on an online threat, shaina? shaina: elizabeth, officials at the prestigious university of chicago canceled all classes and activities today, after threats of gun violence appeared online. the anonymous threat said something would happen today at 10:00 in the morning on the popular university quad. as a precaution, students are being asked to stay away from campus until midnight tonight, and students in on-campus house are being told to stay indoors. also developing overnight, officials are warning american citizens in kabul, afghanistan of an imminent threat in the city, within the next two days. this comes amid renewed peace efforts with the taliban there. the u.s. embassy in kabul says it has received credible threats, but no details on specific locations have been released. and now to the latest in the shootings at a planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs. the accused gunman, robert lewis dear, will appear by video link for his first court appearance today. police have not released a possible motive for the attack
friday that killed three people, including a police officer. they do say after he was arrested, dear said the words no more baby parts. once a motive is determined, dear could face federal charges in addition to state homicide charges. eric: in commitment 2016 news, republican presidential candidate ted cruz attended a sunday church service in des moines. he spoke on the right to religious freedom. evangelical christians help crews surge in the polls gaining ground on ben carson and donald trump. one of his campaign goals is to hit all 99 counties in iowa. fellow republican hopefuls are also making campaign stops around the state today as well. elizabeth: the time is 5:08 it we got rain, snow and everything in between. metinka: a little bit of
the best chances for the snow will be across west, central and northwest iowa. we are waking up to some drizzle. all roads are wet. on live super doppler. that is a winter he makes. snowflakes in there, some rainfall there. the latest road conditions map shows northeast and north-central and now west central near carroll is being affected with snow we are icy roadways. do be very careful. it is going to be mainly a rain and wintry mix for the metro area, up through waterloo. only minor accumulations expected. northwest, that is where the snow will be flying later on today. elizabeth: more sports news this morning, the dust has settled in the big ten, iowa will face michigan state in the conference title game, and the stakes are through the roof.
college playoffs. lose, just not an option. the hawkeyes beat nebraska 28 to 20 in the heroes game saturday, giving them a 12 and oh record and the first perfect regular season since 1922. now, the team sets their sights on michigan state to keep that perfect season alive. >> we knew that we have the ability to do it, we just have to go out and execute. hopefully we can keep this going on. >> i believe every year we can go undefeated. this year we had more focused team. we had more leaders on the team. more of them and invested into where we are going. we ended the season right. eric: we're only 5 days away from that make or break game for the hawkeyes. they'll take on michigan state for the big ten title saturday in indianapolis. you can watch it just after 7:00 on fox. kcci's sports team will be there in indy as well. we are going to have a live
friday at 8:00 right here on we're also awaiting updated college football playoff rankings. a new list will be released tomorrow night on espn. iowa came in fourth in last weeks' rankings, behind clemson, alabama, and oklahoma. each of those teams also won their games this week, so there isn't likely to be much change tomorrow. elizabeth: iowa hawkeyes basketball didn't have quite as good of a weekend as the football team. the hawks were in florida competing in the advocare invitational tournament. after two straight losses friday and saturday, the hawks caught a big break sunday, taking on the 20th ranked wichita state shockers. iowa had a convincing upset win, final score 84 to 61. they're back in iowa city wednesday, taking on florida state at 8:15 p.m. the iowa state volleyball team is going dancing for the tenth straight year. the cyclones were selected for the ncaa tournament last night. isu will travel to madison, wisconsin to face miami in the first round thursday. that's at 5:00 p.m.
uni also made it to the tournament. they'll face marquette on friday at 4:30 in minneapolis. eric: a couple big national sports headlines to tell you about, an nba great, has announced his retirement. los angeles lakers star kobe bryant says this is his final season in the nba. he made the announcement last night in a poem posted on the website the players' tribune. in it, the 37-year-old said his body knows it's time to say goodbye to the sport. this is bryant's 20th nba season, and he's a five time nba champion. and after last night, the nfl is down to just one remaining undefeated team. the denver broncos took down the 10 and 0 new england patriots 30 to 24 in overtime last night. that means the carolina panthers are the only ones left standing. they're 11 and 0 after beating the dallas cowboys on thanksgiving, 33 to 14. elizabeth: check your online deals. you may be spending a lot of time on your ipads this cyber
monday. five of the best deals we've found, including a good excuse to get out of town. plus deadly ice. see the problems down south over the thanksgiving holiday and why they're still struggling to recover from it this morning. shaina: the ice on the roads is going to be the issue when you head out. we have not seen any accidents so far. give yourself extra time to take it slow. try not to be in a rush. we will head outside and take a look at them. the dot cams on the road. at the east mixmaster. the trucks are taking it slow. a wise idea. hey! this holiday, u.s. cellular's giving you 50% more data than verizon and at&t for the same price. but i wanted a pony. [ gasps ] you're getting data. pony-sized data? no. u.s. cellular sized data. good, strong data you can actually use because it works in the middle of anywhere. i'd like $100! you're getting $400 in promo cards! yes! switch to u.s. cellular and get 50% more data
this is kcci 8 news this morning with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz and right now coverage with shaina humphries. metinka: good morning. the storm is getting started. overnight we had light precipitation, some snow and rain across southeast iowa. the next round is pushing and near atlantic. we had snowflakes and freezing drizzle. it is lifting to the northeast. this is just the beginning. early this morning, a mixture of light freezing rain or drizzle across central iowa. temperatures warm up into the mid-30's or highs. it is going to be a cold rain
from des moines southeast. we are expecting snow to the north. under a winter storm warning. we will time it all out for you. shaina: thanks metinka. right now in oklahoma, officials are warning that roads could still be covered in ice, after a huge winter storm rolled through this weekend that killed at least 14 people in three states. police say they responded to several accidents because of the icy conditions, and ice storms knocked out power to more than 75,000 people. sunday, the governor of oklahoma declared a state of emergency to help pay for any damages caused by the storm. and that same storm is wreaking havoc on roads in texas as well. nearly 200 accidents were reported there saturday and sunday. police were forced to shut down some roads to clean up the accidents. law enrcement officials are encouraging drivers to stay off the roads if possible, until the ice is gone. and it wasn't just ice, people in texas were also fighting floods this weekend. more than six inches of rain fell in parts of the dallas area. rescue crews had to pull several
people from their stranded cars. at least five of the deaths from the storm this weekend were drownings due to the floods. the rest died in car accidents on the icy roads. and a reminder with the rain and freezing temperatures we saw overnight, parts of your commute may be slippery this morning. this is a live look at i-235 right now. looks like the east mixmaster. here in the metro things shouldn't be too bad, but to the north you can expect slick spots. before you head out the door, check 511ia.org to see the latest updates on road conditions. green means roads are clear, but blue or pink means the road is covered in snow or ice. elizabeth: economic headlines now, wall street ended the thanksgiving week mixed after a shortened trading session on friday. the dow closed out down nearly 15 points. the nasdaq was up more than 11. and the s&p 500 gained just over a point. the post-thanksgiving shopping frenzy isn't over quite yet . today is cyber monday. toys and clothes are expected to be among the biggest deals you'll see today.
and many places will offer free shipping. the national retail federation says 121 million shoppers plan to shop online today. we've been checking overnight for some of this year's hottest deals. amazon has the amazon echo on sale for $149, plus 20% off certain clothing, shoes, jewelry, and more. target is offering 15% off all online purchases today with the code cyber-15. they've also got 30% off several toys. you can get one of this year's hottest gifts, a video drone, for $75 at walmart.com. they're also offering $500 off an lg 65-inch 4k hdtv. and if you're a traveler experts say several airlines will likely announce flash sales this morning. keep an eye on that. if you do choose to do your holiday shopping online, take these extra steps to make sure your personal information stays safe. experts say to avoid shopping apps that collect a lot of
information, unless they explain exactly what they do with the information and how they keep it secure. keep copies of your order number, shipping costs and warranties to make sure you get what you pay for. and don't give out your personal information to win prizes. experts say that information is often sold or used to commit identify theft. eric: some people were ahead of the game on online deals this year. numbers show more people were shopping from home this year on black friday, rather than going to stores themselves. black friday sales were down 10% this year. but they still totaled more than $10 billion. meanwhile, online shopping on black friday jumped 14%, accounting for 40% of total sales. for some, it's the most wonderful time of the year. but a new consumer reports poll reveals the top anxieties that many americans have when it comes to the holiday season. 64% of those surveyed dread crowds and long lines during the holidays. 54% said bad traffic was their
35% said weight gain, and 15% fear giving disappointing presents. elizabeth: all kinds of worries. eric: bad traffic and law -- can fall into the traffic apartment. metinka: we got some weather worries. northern iowa they had snow overnight. roads are a little icy there. a wintry mix is moving in from atlanta -- from atlantic and back through council bluffs. there is more to come, stretching all the way down toward wichita. it is streaming toward iowa. looking to see a variety of precipitation today through 7:00 a.m. by noon, temperatures warm up as it becomes more of a cold rain to the south east.
a wintry mix during the late evening, followed by light snow activity. most of the precipitation will be falling during the daytime today. we will see a light glaze about .1 of an inch. possibly this evening, we'll see a freezing gentle -- a freezing drizzle. we are not expecting any major impact. it is going to be a cold rain for much of the day. over and and of rain in a ottumwa. -- in ottumwa. minor installations, maybe .5 inch at best. the pink shaded counties from dallas county, where the winter storm warning is in effect. temperatures will be key. we are above freezing at 34. fort dodge, you are at 30.
will determine what precipitation type you will get. rain to the southeast. everything will be melting away i the end of the week. elizabeth: let's see what's happening so far on traffic -- in traffic. shaina: everything is looking just fine. that ice is what you want to keep in mind. give yourself some extra time. be very careful on those slippery roads. we have mobile speed units around town. elizabeth: and check out the eiffel tower this morning. it's glowing green and blue. the colors mark the beginning of a two-week united nations conference on climate change.
eric: welcome back to kcci. new this morning president obama addresses a climate summit in paris. elizabeth: he's marking the kickoff of a two-week conference that's drawing leaders from around the world. nikole killion is live in washington with more -- with more. nikole, this comes about two weeks after the paris attacks? nikole: just a short time ago, the leaders held a moment of silence for the victims. president obama says this is an opportunity to stand in solidarity with france and for the world to stand as one to build a better future for our children. ahead of today's climate conference, he stopped at the bataclan memorial to pay his respects to the victims of the paris attacks. and tonight, he meets again with france's president. this morning, he gathered with more than 150 global leaders for the start of the climate summit and said he's optimistic about
what we can achieve. >> i think what we really want to do is leave paris with something in place that holds countries accountable and countries agree to, that they can meet to really cut greenhouse gas emissions. nikole: also on his agenda today, meetings with leaders from india and china. the u.s. is only second to china as the world's largest polluter. eric and elizabeth. elizabeth: nikole killion, live in washington for us. thanks so much. and just in time for the climate conference check this out a new video showing the melting of arctic glaciers and the north pole ice cap. the united nations environment program says global warming is almost certainly responsible. and recent studies have found the arctic ice sheet is melting even faster than forecasted. eric: well we are dealing with our own ice today across iowa many of you wondering how the roads are. alyx: wet roads out there as you wake up.
dan air as well. a little bit of a breeze. kind of cool. what this all means for your road conditions. eric: we'll have that coming up in our next half hour plus more on iowa state's new main man matt campbell. his resume as he gets ready to take over cyclone football. plus, how a deadly shooting on court avenue could force some changes in police patrols in the area. and the online threat that has
campus all ahead on kcci. elizabeth: right now at 5:30, icy drive. live super doppler hd is showing you where the precipitation is falling. metinka will tell you if it's snow or ice so you can plan your drive to work. eric: and meet coach campbell. what he'll bring to the football program at iowa state and when fans will get their first real chance to meet him later today. >> the most watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. elizabeth: and deals, deals, and more deals. it's cyber monday and you could save up to 75% on some sites. the deals we found overnight and an easy way you can save on that something on your list, just ahead. good morning, everyone, i'm elizabeth klinge. eric: and i'm eric hanson, along with shaina and metinka on this monday morning. it might be a good day to stay inside and drive to work.
attempts -- the temperatures. metinka: it does make you nervous when it is 33 degrees and the road is wet. right now in des moines, just some drizzle but carroll through creston, as is a mix of freezing drizzle and snow in this will continue right throughout the day. in des moines, 34 degrees. 37 is where we are headed and for des moines, it will be mostly a cold rain event. after ames and off to the northwest we will see some snowflakes eventually mixing in tonight. fort dodge and storm lake, you will pick up 5-8 inches of snow, most of that coming throughout the afternoon hours today. elizabeth: thousands of you will be going back to work today, after the long weekend hitting the roads. so alyx sacks is out live with a preview of the commute.
alyx: we are right off 35 on hickman, and the road is very wet. it is very misty out, some damp air, a little bit of wind. you do not necessarily feel how cold it is when you first about but then you really start to feel the bite of the cold air, and it is damp as well. the moisture just barely touching your face. you can see on my jacket how it is collecting. the roads are wet. we saw some rocksalt being distributed on the road. we were just looking at 35 a moment ago, and a snow plow drove by. i know it is not what we expect here today, but we expect to see the continuance of this freezing rain, potentially rain mix.
exactly freezing, so that is helping out the metro quite a bit. be aware of side streets, any areas over bridges. they do not get as much sunlight and could be frozen at times. stop in is always longer when there are conditions so it will take you longer to stop. give yourself a little bit of extra space between you and the vehicle in front of you. we will be live again in about 30 minutes. elizabeth: thank you for the update. this is the latest road report from 511ia.org. you can see the iowa state patrol out all night long, keeping an eye on things. the green areas mean the roads are normal. blue means they are partially covered with snow or ice, up to the northeast and out to the west. the pink means they are completely covered. and some schools have already delayed classes today, even canceled in a few cases.
right now, and we put them on air and online as soon as we get them. you can track winter weather using our kcci storm team 8 app. you can see our interactive radar, get weather alerts, and the latest traffic conditions. right at your fingertips, 24 hours a day. it's free to download. search storm team 8 in the apple store or on google play. eric: more big stories this morning, iowa state fans may be spending their lunch hour online, getting to know the new coach campbell. matt campbell arrived at the ames airport sunday evening on isu's private jet. athletic director jamie pollard greeted him there on the tarmac. campbell comes from toledo, where he had a 35-15 record leading the rockets. now he takes over the job at iowa state a team that has been near the bottom of the big 12 for years. isu will hold a press conference for campbell today. it all starts at noon at the football complex. you can count on complete coverage on online at kcci.com and on air at kcci 8 news at noon. elizabeth: no arrests yet after one man is shot and killed, another injured in the popular court avenue district. >> usually the weather cools off
and the activity cools off, that hasn't happened this year. elizabeth: 21-year-old edmanuel perez died from his injuries. 23-year-old andrew hurley-boyd was hospitalized. the shooting happened early sunday morning. des moines police tell us they do have good leads, thanks to many witnesses. they also tell us they will reexamine their policing strategies in the court avenue area. the shooting is just the latest in a string of several violent incidents in that area. last october, two men in their twenties were beaten, resulting in several broken bones and requiring surgery. in july, a pleasant hill man was attacked and received facial injuries. a similar incident happened in february. polk county committed $50,000 to provide off-duty officers for weekend patrol, but that ended in september. eric: turning to commitment 2016 news, gop hopefully ted cruz was in des moines over the weekend. he addressed what may be called his base of support, evangelical christians.
it's our first freedom. it is really the foundation of all our other lberties. it's really under assault right now. eric: the presidential hopeful stood before a few hundred people, telling them he is a consistent conservative who will fight for freedom of religion. a group of parishioners and visitors were there to hear his stance on religious freedom. cruz also tells kcci he is committed to doing a "full grassley, "visiting all 99 iowa counties. elizabeth: back to that developing story, the u.s. is warning americans in kabul of an imminent attack. no details of potential targets have been given but the u.s. embassy has urged extreme caution during this year. of heightened threat -- during this period of heightened threat. students at the university of chicago won't be in class today. administrators cancelled classes and all activities on the main campus because of an online threat of gun violence. the university said a threat
from an unknown person was passed on by the fbi. the threat mentioned the campus quad, a popular gather place, and a time of 10:00 a.m. faculty, students, and non-essential staff are asked to stay away from the hyde park campus. also today, the accused gunman in the colorado planned parenthood attack is expected to appear in court by video. friday's shooting left three people dead and nine others injured. after police arrested robert lewis dear, he said "no more baby parts." right now, police say they will not provide information on the weapon used, a timeline of events, or a motive of the suspect. eric: this morning is right on the line, and a couple degrees can make a big difference. metinka: just to the west, it is a little bit colder and a degree or two makes a big difference. carroll through atlantic, freezing rain and snow lift to the north and northeast. this precipitation extends all the way down through kansas and lifting toward the state. the system is just getting started. watch out for slick spots right
throughout the morning. by noon, temperatures will be in the 40's. we will just have rain here but to the northwest is where the road will be a little dicey, even turning snowy as we head for dodge, carroll. you have a winter storm warning until tomorrow at 9:00 a.m.. elizabeth: taking a look at the kcci day planner, former casey city clerk dorothy dillinger is set to appear in federal court today. officials say she set the community building on fire last august, just one day before the state auditor's office was going to review the city's finances. also today, governor branstad will hold his weekly press conference. today he will address the public at the state historical building. he will also attend several budget hearings. eric: and of course as we mentioned before, iowa state will hold a press conference introducing matt campbell as the new football coach. kcci will have the address online for you live and on air starting at noon from the
elizabeth: what an ice storm. hopefully iowa won't get what texas and oklahoma did. we'll tell you the new weather concern there this morning. and where are the best deals? we found some of them. we'll let you in on the secret this cyber monday. eric: also we want to know, how much holiday shopping have you done?
where text >> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz and right now coverage with shaina humphries. metinka: a wintry mess is on the way for your monday. we had snow that could be heavy at times across northwest iowa from fort dodge to carroll. freezing rain followed by accumulating snow. from ames to des moines over toward greenfield, we will have rain and freezing rain, a wintry mix early on, maybe some minor snow accumulation overnight and into tuesday. elizabeth: thanks, metinka. because of that weather, we are keeping an eye on the roads for
from 511ia.org. green man's normal driving conditions. blue means partially covered roads and pink means completely covered. eric: also want to pull out one of the cameras up in northern iowa. this is on i-35 near northwood, north of mason city. it is a truck parking here but we picked it because you can see the footprints right there in the snow. elizabeth: we are -- metinka: -- shaina: we are not the only ones dealing with icy weather. check out this video from oklahoma city. you can see the icy, snowy roads there, and things are still slick this morning. at least 14 deaths blamed on the bad weather over the thanksgiving holiday, many of them because of car crashes. you can see a few here in this video from amarillo, texas on sunday. police are still telling people to stay off the roads this morning. they have another problem on top of that things have warmed up a , bit there so the storm switched over to rain, which has
eric: just a reminder, whether you're traveling home today, going to work, or just wondering if the kids will get out of school early, keep kcci mobile with you wherever you go. you can check road reports, live interactive radar, alerts, and school closings all on your smartphone. elizabeth: probably a lot of people will be checking the weather today during work but , they might be doing a little shopping too. shaina: it is cyber monday, after all. just a few in our inboxes already, ann taylor and loft both 50% off with free shipping. kohl's has another 20% off everything and free shipping with a $25 minimum order. elizabeth: the children's place is 50% to 75% off the entire site, again with free shipping. toys "r" us has thousands of deals on its site, free shipping with a $19 minimum purchase. that's a common theme, a lot of free shipping offers. target online is also having a "cyber week" of deals -- 10 days, different deals, every day. eric: and if there's something specific you're looking for, go check out cybermonday.com. that's the official cyber monday
site. it apparently pulls in all the different deals being offered today across the internet with , new deals added every hour. you can see the one highlighted now is teavana. tommy hilfiger is next hour. you can search by store too, for example nordstrom, jc , penney, cabela's, snapfish. shaina: and if you needed any more proof just how big cyber monday is, a dealnews survey showed 85% of consumers planned to shop online today, up from 76% last year. adobe estimates cyber monday will reach $3 billion in sales for the first time this year, a 12% increase over last year. it is actually more than black friday sales. i think a lot of people just want to stay home. and if you're wondering when is the best time to shop, bosses plug your ears. 67% of deals are posted before 4:00 p.m., right in the middle of the work day. elizabeth: and our now poll is asking you just how much holiday shopping you have done so far.
38% of people say they are done. 33% say a good start. 5% say they have gotten a few things, and 25%, have not started. shaina: you can still vote at kcci.com, facebook, and twitter. eric: well, it might be a good day to stay inside and do a little cyber shopping. check out the dot's monday message. "ice is frightful, safe arrivals are delightful." seems appropriate in many parts of the state. some parts are a little slick this morning.
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>> the weather is never more than five minutes away. only on kcci eight news this morning. metinka: a wintry mess moving in across southwest iowa this morning, freezing rain and maybe some snowflakes extending from carroll through audubon and kristin area. -- creston area. it is the system that brought all of the ice to oklahoma yesterday. my friends were without power yesterday. this morning, we are tracking that wintry mix as it tracks to the north. we will be above freezing so we will see some wet roads for central iowa, snow a roads to
the north. on tuesday, we will have some wraparound light snow showers and flurries, but most of it will be falling today. across west central in central iowa in the morning hours, we may end up with a glazing of freezing rain today, followed by melting and a little bit more this evening. then we are expecting rainfall, a half an inch to over an inch. we have already seen a quarter inch in des moines since yesterday. the heaviest snow from fort dodge to council bluffs and to the west, 5-8 inches expected. we are in the winter weather advisory here, but just a county away you are in a winter storm warning. in des moines, 34 degrees, our roads are just wet, but watch for slick spots, especially up north.
day long, the heaviest snow to the northwest kobe falling throughout the afternoon. by the end of the week, the highs will be back near 50 degrees with welcome sunshine. eric: you are going to want to give yourself some extra time. shaina: just take it slow out there. you do not want an accident. unfortunately, we see a few on days like this. a few slowdowns on university but nothing major. we do have a few mobile speed units around town, 700 35th street, 900 mori, 4400 delaware avenue, and 1100 northwest 121st street.
so hello from the other side. elizabeth: adele can say hello to some record breaking numbers. her new album "25" sold 3.38 million copies during its first week. that beats the previous single sales week recorded by nearly a million copies. in other entertainment news, the duke and duchess of cambridge
have released two previously-unseen photos of the newest member of the royal family. what a cutie. the pictures of princess charlotte were taken in norfolk earlier this month. she's been a big hit since she was born back in may. eric: she loves to show off her dance moves on fox's "brooklyn nine-nine." together, this comedic couple are sure to have one hilarious wedding ceremony. chelsea peretti and jordan peele announced on twitter they are getting hitched. peretti says peele popped the question during a family talent show. this weekend's box office numbers are in and "the hunger games, mockingjay-part two" held the top spot for the second week in a row. the latest installment brought in well over $51 million during the thanksgiving weekend. pixar's latest release, "the good dinosaur" took second place with $39 million in ticket sales. rounding out the top 3, "creed." the return of sylvester stallone's rocky balboa character interested enough fans to bring in $30 million in the first weekend of release. coming up today on "ellen," it's
day 4 of 12 days of giveaways. elizabeth: "keeping up with the kardashians" star kylie jenner stops by for her first appearance. she shares her thoughts on bully and the new campaign she has started. kylie: well, i started an instagram campaign called "i am more than." and i've been bullied my whole life, whether it was about my peers or comments on instagram or twitter, whatever. and i never talked about my story really. i feel like i've kind of that just comes with the territory. so i kind of was online and just finding other girls and boys my age who have been bullied and have kind of overcome it, and just done something amazing with it who inspire me. elizabeth: kylie also talks about how she first saw caitlyn and reveals if she likes her better than bruce. plus, ed sheeran takes the stage with rudimental.
here on kcci at 4:00. kcci 8 news this morning is live with new overnight news. here's what we're working on for 6:00 a.m. alyx: the roads are wet and a little missed in the air. it is chilly, hovering around that freezing point. alyx: cap -- shaina: i will tell you which midwestern campus is closed for threats of gun violence. metinka: well you get rain, freezing rain, or snow? eric: thank you for waking up with us this monday morning, central iowa.