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explain what you need to know. and -- a devastating storm rips through parts of the united states. how you might be affected. plus -- we continue road to the rose bowl coverage -- live from california. what's in store for the hawkeyes at this hour. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm macleod hageman. we are tracking winter weather headed to the area. let's check in with storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel for your first forecast. kyle? for your complete weather stormtrack 7 weather team: a winter storm warning will go into effect across the entire kwwl viewing area monday morning. snow, sleet, freezing increasing clouds across the areas, and the wind will pick up out of the north from 10 to 20 to track into the southern areas, such as sigourney, will be making its way north areas along highway 20. this means the monday morning commute will likely be tricky. by mid- morning, all of eastern iowa to see ice accumulation from freezing rain will be from highway 30 and points to the south, where a
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inch of ice. remember, it does not take much ice to create farther to the north, it will be more of a sleet and snow mix, before we all transition to snow the area. from at least an inch in our far southeast, to the evening and overnight as the storm system evolves. again, this is a very tricky forecast and snow/ice amounts will be dependent on surface temperatures and when the switch from freezing rain to snow occurs. confidence is high that travel will become difficult quickly across the state monday. stay tuned to kwwl on air, online and on social media throughout the weekend as we will keep you updated on the potential for a winter storm on monday, december 28. with a winter storm on the way -- across the area. from at least an inch in our far southeast, to at least 8 inches in the far northwest. note: these will likely be adjusted throughout the evening and overnight as the storm system evolves.
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forecast and snow/ice amounts will be dependent on surface temperatures and when the switch from freezing rain to snow occurs. confidence is high that travel will become difficult quickly across the state monday. stay tuned to kwwl on air, online and on social media throughout the weekend as we will keep you updated on the potential for a winter storm on monday, december 28. spending the day preapring -- from stocking up on salt for their driveways -- to buying groceries. storm track seven's kristen rogers catches up with several customers -- who are doing just that. kristin? let me tell you mac -- even though we haven't had a lot of snow this year -- everyone i talked to likes it that way
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many people filter through the doors at theisen's (nats) multiple shovels were picked up and i talked to many customers who were grabbing bags of salt they planned to put out before the storm. (nats) across town people flooded hyvee, (cg: kristin rogers) "with news of a winter storm coming prepping for the storm) "just a few items that i needed so i wouldn't have to go out if expect snow, sleet, freezing rain and wind. they're potenially messy conditions many are not ready to welcome (cg: mari nibeck/ prepping for the storm) "if it's just snow, we can handle that, if it's ice, you know safety issues." i spoke with the iowa state patrol today, they said people should prepare
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car, and if they're driving, they should leave enough room between conditions. it is also a good idea to make sure your cell we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, kristin rogers...kwwl news. thanks kristin -- and we will keep you updated on the upcoming winter weather conditions right here on kwwl. you can also visit our website throughout the night for the most up-to-date forecasts. meanwhile in texas -- deadly tornados sweep through the area -- tearing communities apart -- and killing at least eleven people. the weather service says the tornado was likely an e-f-three -- with winds up to nearly 165 miles per hour. a local mayor issued a state of emergency for the next week. neighbors and emergency crews are working together -- to sort through all the debris. with homes destroyed and pets missing -- people say they are thankful to be alive. desepite the devastation -- neighbors say they are coming together to support each other.
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crazy to think that just looks the same." the tornado damage stretches more than 40-miles long in the dallas area. continuing coverage on the road to the rose bowl. it's day two of our coverage -- and the hawkeyes are getting even more excited -- for friday's big game. kwwl's mark woodley joins us now live in california -- with the very latest. hey mark. it's sunday - and that means it's officially game week for the hawkeye football team - the hawks have been at the stubhub center in carson, california, preparing for their show down with stanford on friday - but like much of the season - they'll be going to battle without tight end jake duzey who had hoped to play a significant role for the first time this year - but unfortunately suffered a knee injury in
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on saturday - boettger back on the field/carson, california but one guy who looks to be back illinois in early october - he practiced for the first time on saturday since that injury - and when i talked to him last week in iowa city - he did mention the possibility in an emergency situation - now coming up in sports - we'll feature hawkeye offensive coordinator greg davis as he's led quite the turnaround helping put this team in friday's rose bowl match-up -- in los angeles, california, i'm mark woodley - kwwl news - thanks mark. we will continue road to the road bowl coverage throughout the week. be sure to join us wednesday
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live broadcast from california. a local woman isn't letting her life-threatening disease hold her back -- and now -- she's sharing her positive attitude with others. kwwl's jessica hartman joins us live in the newsroom -- after meeting the lady in waverly. jessica? after facing the unknown and doctor after doctor saying there was nothing they could do -- rebecca lalk has learned to live life despite her obsticals. playing with her two youngest children -- you can't tell rebecca has been battling this life-threatening disease for 13 years. at this time -- there is no cure for the disease. but thanks to her children -- she is fighting the disease and taken a positive outlook on life. in her new book she hopes to inspire others to do the same. "there were days i didn't want nothing we can do. so my book's not just about the disease. it's about life because everybody has their obsticals. it's just how you make that conscious effort
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rebecca was given a life expectancy of 10 years when she was diagnosed with the disease. she has now out lived that by three years and says she is going to fight for many more. coming up at ten -- we bring you more about rebecca's fight -- and her inspiring story. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... jessica hartman kwwl news. rebecca says she is from iowa. she graduated from cedar falls high school and now lives in waverly. coming up on kwwl -- how eastern iowans are taking advantage of winter-like weather this weekend. plus -- the very latest from california -- as we check back in with mark woodley and the hawkeyes -- as they prepare for the rose bowl. you're watching kwwl, we've got but first -- here's a live look at the storm track seven live doppler radar. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel and sports with mark woodley.
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into effect across the entire kwwl viewing area monday morning. snow, sleet, freezing rain and wind will cause major increasing clouds across the areas, and the wind will pick up out of the north from 10 to 20 to track into the southern areas, such as sigourney, washington, will be making its way north areas along highway 20. this means the monday morning commute will likely be tricky. by mid- morning, all of eastern iowa to see ice accumulation from freezing rain will be from highway 30 and points to the south, where a
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inch of ice. remember, it does not take much ice to create farther to the north, it will be more of a sleet and snow mix, before we all transition to snow the area. from at least an inch in our far southeast, to at least 8 inches in the far the evening and overnight as the storm system evolves. again, this is a very tricky temperatures and when the switch from freezing rain to snow occurs. confidence is high that travel will become difficult quickly across the online and on social media throughout the weekend as we will keep you updated on the potential for a winter storm on monday, december 28. a winter storm warning will go into effect across the entire kwwl viewing area monday morning. snow, sleet, freezing rain and wind will cause major travel issues. overnight we will have increasing clouds across the areas, and the wind will pick up out of the north from 10 to 20 mph. between 1 am and 3 am, a wintry mix of snow, sleet and/or freezing rain will being to track into the southern areas, such as sigourney,
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iowa city. between 7 and 9 am, the wintry precipitation will be making its way north areas along highway 20. this means the monday morning commute will likely be tricky. by mid- morning, all of eastern iowa will be in the midst of the winter storm. the best chances to see ice accumulation from freezing rain ice accumulation is possible. areas north of highway 30 could see up to a tenth of an inch of ice. remember, it does not take much ice to create hazardous conditions on the roadways. farther to the north, it will be more of a sleet and snow mix, before we all transition to snow by the late afternoon and early evening hours. snow totals will have a widespread range across the area. from at least an inch in our far southeast, to at least 8 inches in the far northwest. note: these will likely be adjusted throughout the evening and overnight as the storm system evolves.
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forecast and snow/ice amounts will be dependent on surface temperatures and when the switch from freezing rain to snow occurs. confidence is high that travel will become difficult quickly across the state monday. stay tuned to kwwl on air, online and on social media throughout the weekend as we will keep you updated on the potential for a winter storm on monday, december 28. a winter storm warning will go into effect across the entire kwwl viewing area monday morning. snow, sleet, freezing rain and wind will cause major travel issues. overnight we will have increasing clouds across the areas, and the wind will pick up out of the north from 10 to 20 mph. between 1 am and 3 am, a wintry mix of snow, sleet and/or freezing rain will being to track into the southern areas, such as sigourney, washington, williamsburg and iowa city. between 7 and 9 am, the wintry precipitation will be making its way north areas along highway 20. this means
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will likely be tricky. by mid- morning, all of eastern iowa will be in the midst of the winter storm. the best chances to see ice accumulation from freezing rain ice accumulation is possible. areas north of highway 30 could see up to a tenth of an inch of ice. remember, it does not take much ice to create hazardous conditions on the roadways. farther to the north, it will be more of a sleet and snow mix, before we all transition to snow by the late afternoon and early evening hours. snow totals will have a widespread range across the area. from at least an inch in our far southeast, to at least 8 inches in the far weather.
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this weekend. storm track seven's shirley descorbeth visits sundown mountain in dubuque -- where she joins us live. shirley? well, after not being able to open for nearly one month into its season...because of the unseasonably warm temperatures...peop le are finally enjoying the slopes. it's a good crowd today at sundown mountain. families from eastern iowa...came out to spend some of their holiday weekend here -- some tearing up the slopes -- others taking it easy on the chair lift. there are also some who traveled a little further...like from florida and st. louis. these brothers say...it was their christmas wish to come here. "my dad is a big time skier, he's been to vail and he just loves blast." now, at the moment...only about a third of the terrain is open. management hopes to open the rest over the next week. people were having a great time
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tonight in my story at ten. we've got you covered live in dubuque....shirley descorbeth... ...kwwl news. thanks shirley -- sundown mountain also has their tuning shop -- where people can get their skis and snowboards sharpened and waxed. we'll be right back with mark woodley live in california paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased.
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and the hawkeyes are soaking up a little sun -- and getting used to the weather.
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live from california with more. mark? there's no doubt the hawkeyes earned their way in to this game going 12 and 1 -- and winning the big ten west championship -- it's quite a change from a season ago -- the fans were frustrated -- the team was frustrated -- but as they get set for friday's match- up -- that frustration is no more -- t he hawkeyes continue to go greg davis has been twice before - "any time you talk about the rose bowl, you talk about the grandaddy of them all. we're excited, i think our fans are excited, i know our players the rose bowl - but hit a rut in the last few seasons at iowa - it wasn't just the coach however - after losing to tennessee in the taxslayer bowl - everyone in the hawkeye locker-room knew something had to change - "we got everybody together, culture. we had to get back to are." davis coached texas twice in - after losing to tennessee in "we got everybody together, and we knew we had to change something. we had to change our
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doing iowa football." and preparing under davis this season - the iowa offense has have done it with a balanced attack - passing for games with 200 plus yards - but davis " i think the players are the one game at a time, it's actually one practice at a time." there's no doubt greg davis and this offense certainly sits in a much better spot than a year ago -- there's no doubt greg davis and this offense certainly sits in a much better spot than a year ago -- and of course they're not done drought of more than 50 years in los angeles california -- mark woodley ...kwwl news. thanks mark-- and as a reminder -- the game
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friday -- new year's day. ron steele, mark woodley and the crew will keep you updated on the hawkeyes -- as they get set for their rose bowl match-up with the stanford cardinal. be sure to join us wednesday at 6-30 for a special broadcast --
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we hope to see you tonight after football. on this sunday night, path of destruction. at least 11 people killed as tornadoes ripped through texas and flooding in missouri kills six. it's not over. tonight, 50 million people are under some sort of rain, wind or blizzard warning.
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