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downtown akron, protesting president-elect donald trump, how the large group managed to keep things people. we're live in public square this morning where the ban on busses we'll continue. we'll have details. deadly fires in ohio on the rise, the special training local first responders are getting today to help save lives. good morning. i'm corrina pysa. >> i'm terrence lee. we'll get to all of those developing stories in a moment. first, we've got to talk about the weather let's start with meteorologist j.d. rudd. >> today is one of the quieter days compared to the next few. we're at 50 in mentor, the warm spot on the board. wooster is at 38 this morning. this afternoon we won't be as mild as yesterday. we'll go 47 at 7:00 a.m., 52 at noon, the upper 40s by 5:00 this evening as the sun begins to set. a small warming trend comes for
numbers like that will seem tropical by the weekend. plus snow too. stick around. >> how did you work tropical and snow in the same sentence? >> magical, isn't it? >> you're amazing. >> don't get carried away. 90 at 77, that ramp closure until 6:00 a.m., a reminder for you. we're up-to-speed along 76, 277 as well as 77. our drive times look worries if your commute takes you along 77. 90, a couple cameras from the west side showing that it is very quiet out there, no trouble spots to talk about as of yet. breaking news from overnight, hundreds taking to the streets in akron to speak out against the presidential election and to make a call for unity. about 400 protesters met up at highland square a little before midnight, then going down west
organizers said this was a call for unity and a protest against hate speech. >> we're not going to stand around and let anyone, no matter who we are, no matter what sexual preference or race or religion, no one has the right to walk on that. >> protesters disbursed just before 12:30. there was a group of counter- protesters, about 20 to 30 of those, but all remained peaceful through the night. new developments in cleveland this square is now permanent. >> we have a lot of work that still needs to be done to make it happen. >> reporter: it needs to be approved by a federal agency. the $80 million newly redeveloped public square opened back up over the summer. this stretch of superiors was initially planned for busses. on the ground you can see it see it says "bus only." the mayor says the change will
for the next two weeks, the city and rta will work together to put together a plan to show the federal agency it needs to be approved before construction can begin. they said they'll make changes to other areas, focusing on west third to east 18th on superior. the routes may be changed to look more like euclid avenue with traffic lanes for busses only and traffic lights synced to keep them moving quickly. not all happy about the changes. >> as a rider, we should be able to commute back and forth because sometimes we may need to get over there but we have to get off early. >> it will be congestion and it's not a good idea to close that down. >> reporter: at least one cleveland councilman also not pleased with this announcement, posting on twitter, saying that it is an unfortunate decision. again, the city and the rta
two weeks to come up with a plan to present to the federal agency. >> sarah, thank you. right now, as cold weather moves in, our state fire marshal says fatal fires in ohio are on the rise and first responders need to be ready for everything. meg shaw is live at lakewood fire department this morning and they've got a special training session today. >> reporter: this training will be the first of its kind in lakewood. the firefighters will work with complex situationses using state of the art equipment to provide care to human actors and mannequins. the patients will show signs and symptoms of a stroke and other life threatening situations. they will then provide the care, they will respond to the given situations in real-time, just like they would during an emergency. the department says already this year they transported
and they say today's training will help save more lives and reduce complications for those victims. that stroke unit i just mentioned from the cleveland clinic, that actually will hit the streets full-time here in lakewood in a couple weeks. the unit will now be able to meet the firefighters and first responders out on the scene at a patient's home and start providing care immediately as well as on the way to the hospital. they say that will reduce a lot of complications for those victims. today's training starts 10:00 and will run until about noon. live in lakewood, meg shaw, news 5. >> meg, thank you. 5:05 is the time right now. someone is targeting businesses and drivers in westlake with a slingshot. glass doors, windows all damaged at five businesses along center ridge road. marbles have been found near these places and police say they've gotten three reports of marbles being shot at vehicles near superior road and detroit
ear, folks. >> he described it as a silver two door with a spoiler on the back occupied by two white males and they kind of stared at him and he felt a pain in his left ear. >> slingshots can't be used in westlake, it's law. if you have any information about what's going on there, police would love to hear from you this morning. if you can, come look at this photo here. cleveland police and the f.b.i. are trying to track down his man. they say he robbed a huntington bank on mayfield road dressed as a woman yesterday morning. there's a reward for information leading to an arrest. in canton, two brothers are found dead of suspected drug overdoses. according to the canton repository, donald and douglas vignos are believed to have died on different days. drug paraphernalia was found at each scene.
the mother said addiction is a lifetime disease and she hopes people that are suffering won't be afraid to get the help they need. the u.s. surgeon general is calling drug and alcohol addiction a major public health crisis. a video posted shows the addiction will be identified as a chronic disease of the brain. many local officials hope this will help drug addicts get more help and treatment. a new poll shows five ohioans know a heroin or opioid user. one in four knows one who has misused a pain drug.. in akron, blasting work is under way underground for its ohio canal intercepter tunnel. the tunnel will be able to store 25 million gallons of raw
it will cost $184 million, not to mention it will take three years to complete. blasting will take place one or twice per day over the next four months. people within a half mile may hear a sound similar to fireworks and also feel some vibrations. akron is moving on to the next phase to redevelop the downtown area. they reviewed current conditions and came up with planning options for the current sites. they next step is getting residents inlv high properties for what needs to be done. they hope to start the process early in 2017. let's check in with j.d. rudd. >> forecast for today, we'll see a few spotty sprinkles in the morning, temperatures cooler than yesterday, about 50 to 55 and a little bit of a breeze to be had out there by the afternoon hours. a lot to talk about when it comes to the weekend. many words are creeping into the forecast. some of those include warm, rain, windy, sunny, guys, which
toward saturday and sunday. >> the two at the bottom. >> if we do one of these. >> boo. >> what more do you want from me? we'll talk about the weekend forecast in just a bit. >> all right. we still like you. >> thank you. coming up. why ivanka trump is being accused of using a family interview to benefit company. plus, a turkey that can you tells. cudd les. why this bird won't end up on a
5:12 now. developing news desk, as the supreme court judge in england says brexit could be delayed several years. the judge spoke about an hour ago, said the exit might be delayed by more than two years. the supreme court will hear the appeal later this year and the judge claims the european union votes was not binding. now some developing stories we're following this morning.
dakota access pipeline so they can talk more with native american tribes who feel the project will damage the drinking water supply for communities at risk if there are any oil leaks. now backers say the pipeline is the safest way to transport oil and can make the u.s. less dependent on other countries. groups in cities across the country organized rallies to protest the pipeline. this group set down an a man parked the van in the middle of the street, then locked himself to the axle. it took an hour and-a-half to free him. this was a scene last night in akron. a few dozen protesters took to the streets during the evening rush, holding signs for people driving by. president-elect donald trump has tough decisions to make about his businesses, especially the hotel he just opened down the street from the white house.
ethical questions if trump holds press conferences on the property there or if visiting diplomates want to stay at the hotel. trump said he will transfer his business empire to his children during his presidency. experts say the best solution may be to just sell it. and trump's daughter, ivanka, facing scrutiny for her business as well. several fashion journalists say her interview on "60 minutes," they got an e-mail promoting the diamond bracelet she wore, saying it was for sale on her website. barbara boxer is working to get rid of the electoral college. she introduced a bill calling it an outdated and democratic system. it would be extremely difficult for a bill like this to pass since it's a proposed constitutional amendment. it needs a two-thirds vote by
the approval of at least 38 states. after two years of work, the u.s. capitol dome is done. it looks incredible too. we're getting a sneak peek inside. >> more than 1300 cracks and other issues have been repaired. decorative elements of the dome were also fixed. decades of rust was scrubbed away. >> it is the first major exterior renovation of the capitol since 1960. and the work is expected keep it protected from the elements for the next 50 years. we're getting some elements over the weekend that we don't want to talk about. i was going to say something. >> that sounds like a job for a weather guy. we're now past the halfway point in november. we've had no snow yet. it's been nice. bye-bye. 47 first step outside this morning, cloudy skies, so not as cold as it was yesterday morning or the morning before
the greater cuyahoga area, 46 in parma, 47 across the county line in avon. expand the view out a little bit more. it's cooler around the wooster area and new philly. the typical temperature is around 37, so we're doing pretty good all things considered. there's a couple sprinkles crossing the west side of the lake. we'll see a few more showers as it shouldn't be any major concern for us. temperatures around lunch hour, we'll go 52 for everybody, we should get to 53 or 54, cooling back to the low 50s and upper 40s by 5:00 this evening. we have a small warmer trend tomorrow, 65 and sunshine, sunshine and 72 on friday. here comes a storm system for
it is going to bring cold air and likely some snow to some areas by saturday afternoon, into saturday night, sunday morning and perhaps persisting into monday morning as well. i want to show you who may be impacted the most by the snow out of that system. wouldn't you know, northeast part of ohio. we'll break down the amounts and the timing coming up in a bit. let's pull up the o.d.o.t. views right now. no issues out there, still nice and quiet, a calm commute let's head to the maps and talk about construction that might get in your way, right around 90 westbound and 77, that ramp, we've got about 45 minutes left of that closure. drive times looking good. 480 eastbound, 77 to 271, we're at an eight minute commute. other drive times looking good, not seeing any issues on 90, checking in fine, 71 and 77,
comes in. twitter is getting praise for this. it's cracking down on hate speech. twitter expanded the mute feature to let people filter out words and phrases they don't want to see in their mentions. the company is revamping the abuse reporting system as well. tinder is making a change as well. users can add thr genders to their profiles by selecting one of 40 options or customizing their own label. tinder reached out to g.l.a.d.d. for help with the update. we're more than a week away, a little more than a week away from the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade, one of my favorite traditions. we're getting a look at some of the floats. several new floats will be featured this we're. one has a working waterfall.
been canceled three times, during world war ii. >> the kennedy family reached out to macy's and said please make sure that the parade goes on because the country needs it. to do so reminds everybody just how great things can be. >> at a time when there are political protests dominating the streets right now, organizers say the parade is a positive moment that we can all me some good news this morning for one california turkey. he is definitely not ending up on the dinner plate this year or in a sandwich. he's good. >> he's good. he's got a new lease on life thanks to an animal sanctuary. his name is leon. he was rescued by the harvest home animal shelter. the turkey doesn't think of
leon think he is a dog. >> he just took to people immediately. he wanted to have kisses on his head and have hugs. >> leon also loves to cuddle. he loves to have his belly rubbed. he is learning to play games and is figuring out which cup is hiding the dried cherry. >> i wonder if he can do too. >> roll over, gobble on command. >> i need an update on this story tomorrow. up next, that's a whole lot of dog food, take a look, where it's being donated today and how the cleveland indians helped. plus how dogs give the gift of life, how this k-9 was saved by some four-legged friends.
good morning, everybody. it delivering big on its promise today. >> blackwood pet food pledged to donate 100 pounds of food for each run the cleveland indians scored during the world series. there it is, all 2700 pounds of pet food added to the cuyahoga animal shelter this morning. that is incredible to see there. >> just in time for thanksgiving. >> exactly. be thankful. j.d., over to you.
i'm told that's the word for today. we're going to keep the snow to a minimum. we'll focus on today, tomorrow and friday. here's the forecast for today, 52 by noon today, back down to 49 at 4:00, so a little cooler today than yesterday. i've got to give you the full forecast here. here's what's to come. i'm just going to gloss over the weekend for now. friday looks great, sunshine weekend coming up. it had to end at some point. >> it did. we can focus on friday. everybody likes friday. akron, good morning to you. not seeing any issues along 76, 277 or 77, traffic's very light so the commute north on 77 approaching 480 is trouble free. drive times, no worries along 76, 77, checking in fine as well. let's check on akron, four
i said. i'll let you know when we have a problem. it's trouble-free this morning. i need you to stop what you're doing, come to your scene right now. this video is going to take your breath away. a 9-year-old boy literally catches his baby brother just as he starts to fall from a kitchen table. this is the home surveillance camera capturing the moment there as the mother turned away for seconds, that's all it takes. the mom released the video, hoping to serve as a other parents just how quickly an accident can happen. amazing video. >> thank goodness he was there and quick on his feet. >> unbelievable. we've heard the call before, a need for blood donations to save the lives of others. >> did you know that our four- legged companions give the gift of life as well. a police k-9 was shot on the job. it took four doctors to save the dog's life. he needed donations from a
>> we had blood that was donated earlier by one of the employee pets, cricket, and then miles is another one myles was in the hospital and we collected from him immediately and transfused on-site. >> for a dog to be a blood donor it has to be healthy and happy, be at least 50 po at least two years. next at 5:30, energizing the east bank, how three businesses plan to beef up the flats. we've got a winter weather alert for the weekend, we'll tell you about odot's weapon to get the roads ready. as we go to break, here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
you a check of weather and traffic, starting off with meteorologist j.d. rudd. >> good morning. about 5:30 on the button. are you one of those that set your tv to go on automatically to wake up? if so, good morning. nice to have you here. watching sprinkles working their way to the north. cleveland area, those will continue as the morning goes on, it's just light activity dotting the windshield, watering the concrete, that will be about all that it is. to help you plan your day today, upper 40s to start out, we don't move afternoon. we should be in the low to middle 50s with a mostly cloudy sky as times. we'll have a wind at 10 miles an hour out of the west. our first snow is on the way. we'll break down the details in a bit. let's head to the maps. no issues for you on the highways. we're accident-free. the ramp closure at 90 westbound at 77, we've got a half hour left of that.
closures, 90 east into downtown, 71 north and 77. typically that wraps up around 6:00. it could be already done. akron is all in the green right now. we haven't seen a lot of issues, trouble-free on 71 right at snow. over to you, nick. breaking overnight, we're at the live desk, hundreds gather in downtown akron to protest the election of donald trump and call for change. the protesters started off at highland square before midnight and walked from highla back to highland square. while other protests have led to arrests, this one remained peaceful with chants of "love trumps hate." they wanted to share a message of acceptance. >> strength in numbers, we want to make sure the racism, the hatred, the bigotry that's been going on from both sides stops. >> the protest organizers said the original goal was to have
for the walk. they easily had four times that. it would be best to keep superior avenue closed. >> the ban on busses at public square was supposed to be temporary. now, it's permanent. >> sarah finney is live on the square with what happens next. good morning, sarah. >> reporter: good morning. these barricades are not going anywhere. over the next couple of weeks the city and the rta need to come up with a plan to present to a federal the 600-foot stretch of superior needs to remain closed. that needs to be agreed upon before work can begin. the newly renovated public square reopened before the republican national convention this summer. the original plan was to are have rta bus service on superior but that was pushed back indefinitely in august. the mayor said he listened to public input, many saying they didn't want busses to go through the square. he acknowledges this will cost money to change but he thinks
>> people just like a unified public square and the way it functions right now and they'd like to keep it that way. again, those who have concerns are not complaining about the aesthetics or enjoying the space. they're saying we just don't want to be delayed on busses, we don't want to miss our connection, we don't want rta to lose money. >> reporter: officials are going to other areas, they hope, to make up for not going through superior. we're going to have a little bit more on those changes in the next half hour, as well as reaction from a councilman who says he's disappointed in the city's announce ment. sarah finney, news 5. new this morning, bringing new life to the flats. three businesses teaming up to renovate four mostly empty buildings along the river there. cleveland.com says they want to, quote, maintain the history of the flats and try to bring
space and also open a restaurant in the spot that used to be home to the iconic watermark restaurant more than a decade ago. an update to a story we first brought you yesterday. the suspects in a viral video will be arraigned in court in canton today. the video shows three people in a car, trying to run over an off-duty police officer at a walmart. troy gordon and erin buckley face charges, gordon for resisting arrest, buckley for theft. a firefighter's job involves a lot more than just fighting house fires. they also provide medical care. >> today in lakewood, firefighters are going through a first of its kind training session to make sure they're ready to save as many lives as possible. meg shaw is live at the fire house for us this morning. good morning, meg. >> reporter: good morning, terrence and corrina. already this year the lakewood
stroke victims to the hospital or the e.r. we know in those tense situations every minute counts. the training will provide firefighters with more opportunity to treat these victims quicker. during today's training, firefighters will work through several complex scenarios in real-time just like they would in the heat of the home. they're using a simulation lab and a mobile stroke treatment unit to provide the care. in some cases they will work full size digitally programmed mannequins. the unit will hit the streets in lakewood in a couple of weeks. the unit will be able to meet first responders and firefighters in the field at a patient's home and they can begin treatment on the drive to the hospital. they say that means that a lot of these stroke victims will have reduced complications on the way to the hospital and even when they get to the
a.m. they say it will last about two hours at fire station one on madison avenue. live in lakewood, meg shaw, news 5. up next, it might not be on your mind now but come february a tropical vacation will sound amazing. we found fares so cheap it will be hard to say no. and give up information or else, the stern warning from an ohio sheriff and who is not off >> a faster way to fly. >> 13 years after the concord wase tired this could be the you future of supersonic air travel, seating 44 passengers and flying at 1500 miles an hour. that means new york to london in just over three hours, l.a. to sydney in about seven hours. google photos app lets you turn old prints into digital photos. it scans the photo and the app
we are 20 minutes ahead of 6:00 on your wednesday. good morning, i'm power of 5 meteorologist j.d. rudd. today is okay, tomorrow and friday, thumbs up, pretty good. the weekend, big old thumbs down, as a system works its way in. browns-goers on sunday, down right ugly for you. temperatures should primarily be in the 50s with a small sprinkle or two out of the question. >> i'm focusing on friday. your morning commute is in good shape, good news there. i'll let you know what the highways are looking like besides 90, coming up. j.d., talking about the cold weather got me dreaming of
jetblue's website this morning. the airline is having a 48 hour flash sale. we checked the flights that are available from cleveland hopkins. you can go to boston or fort lauderdale for under $100 round- trip. that is worth repeating, under $100 round-trip. the sale by the way ends at midnight. >> act fast. united is offering a nice new deal too. the airline debuted basic item. it has to go under the seat. you cannot use overhead bin space. also, you won't get a seat assignment until you check in and you'll be in the last group to board the plane. still to come, a naked burglar inside a pizza parlor, why he decided to strip down moments after he broke in. a deadly shooting at the oklahoma city airport.
autistic boy in southern ohio is heart-breaking and shows how bad the drug problem has become in our state. t.j. coddle hadn't been seen for months. he wasn't officially reported missing until two weeks ago. his mother led him to the boy's remains behind house. she is now charged with murder, along with her boyfriend. >> we live in a society where children are considered disposable. >> police say the boyfriend abused t.j. and he was malnourished. detectives are looking into whether the mother paid for her drug habit instead of feeding her son. eight members of a family
style inside their homes in late april in pike county. the sheriff is threatening to arrest anyone who holds back details on the massacre, including family and friends of the victims. >> he can question us all he wants to question us. he hant going to find out one more thing -- he ain't going to find out one more thing because we don't president-elect donald trump is planning to change how the united states does business with other countries. >> cnn got ahold of a memo laying out the plan on trade on day one. he will tell canada and mexico he plans to renegotiate the nafta treaty or end it within the first six months.
for manipulating its currency. a airline pilot got on the overhead speaker when a passenger started assaulting another. >> what i ask is that as people we have the common decency to respect each other's decisions and to get along on this three hour and 13 minute flight. >> people on the flight cheered after the pilot finished speaking. they said the pilot was trying to get everyone safely to mexico. we're learning new information about the deadly shooting at the oklahoma city airport. the gunman was waiting outside the airport to shoot and kill an airline worker. the victim is 52-year-old michael winchester. the suspect was found dead in a truck. the airport is now back to operating normally. this morning, students at a utah high school are heading
situation. yesterday, a student stabbed five others and then himself. this all hand inside a locker room. all are expected to survive, thank goodness. police say the suspect did not have any prior problems at the school. well, a burglar bares it all and surveillance cameras were rolling the entire time. >> the man broke into a maryland pizza place through the roof restaurant. on his way down, he lost his pants many when . when he got in the store, he took the rest of his clothes off. now let's take a live look outside in cleveland, switching gears. how about a check on the forecast, j.d. >> how do you follow that? >> i'm sorry. >> keep all your clothes on, please. >> there's a joke somewhere
ordered. i'll let you think about it. we have big changes coming. what should you know over the next couple days? today, cloudy day, a few rays of sunshine here and there, sprinkles are possible. a big warm-up on friday. if there's any day this week you make outdoor plans, do it on friday. then weekend snowfall and rain and cold looking likely. here's a big view of the satellite and radar picture. a couple there, so a few spotty sprinkles are possible in the morning hours, right along the lakeshore area and into sections of northeastern ohio as the morning goes on. temperature right now, 46 in cleveland, same value in the canton area, 42 for those in sandusky. thanks for waking up with us this morning. here's the forecast, power forecast for today, hour by hour, wind speeds, sky condition and temperature all in there for you, not much in the way of wind, more so clouds than sunshine today.
weather alert weekend taking shape as the rain changes over to snow, saturday night, through sunday, into early monday morning. this will lead to slick roadways and slowdowns. it's all thanks to this big storm system working its way in, bringing us rain for saturday, changing more over to he snow late in the day saturday, into sunday and hanging around for monday morning as well. a big cold shot follow the storm system. the timing on this is saturday night into monday morning. we could see from one to four inches of snow in general around the area. the snow may stack up. temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s, the confidence is good we'll see higher amounts of snow in the northeast part of the coverage area. we'll keep you updated as the
point. highways are up to speed on 71, 77, 480. our speeds are looking fine, your average speed 71 making your way to the city. your commute is going to be fine into the city this morning, i'm happy to report that we are accident free. let's pull up the odot views along 71, a lot of camera shots is showing traffic check in less than 10 minutes. world series history. >> oh, yeah, we're going to see if there will be hardware for the amazing performance.
for the cy young award.. he has our votes. the indians' manager was named a.l. manager of the year. can we get a clap? the indians have won the most games in the league since he started. insiders say it was his expertise that made him the perfect choice for the award. horrified. there's nothing for him on this hill. >> a battle in one quiet neighborhood this morning. those who live there are horrified because of what's moving in next door. plus, an iconic reminder of cleveland's industrial past about to be torn down. we're looking ahead to what is
welcome back. it is 5:54. soon enough, flakes will be in the forecast. odot is getting ready for the winter season. >> we have budget is not looking bad this year. >> that's a positive thing. >> finding the silver lining. >> right. the theme this year is recycle the salt. we had such a mild winter last year, odot didn't have to stock up on salt like it normally does in summer. all of that leftover of salt will be used on the highways and state roads this year. as far as the upcoming winter, salt prices have dropped significantly, going from $65 a ton to $43 a ton and you do the
state-wide we're looking at a big savings. >> as we need to fill up during the winter with historical salt usage data that we have, we could estimate that we could save about $10 million. that savings will be kind of absorbed back into the operations budget and used for other items in our operations. >> $10 million might seem like a lot but odot's operating budget is $3.2 billion. this winter, to pre-treat the highways and salt afterwards. at times they will use a liquid solution called aqua-saline. it's added to salt when pavement temperatures dip below 20 degrees. also, only on 5, a battle brewing in one quiet neighborhood this morning. plans to build a homeless housing complex in akron have neighbors fearing for their safety. it would be built on a dirt
this is a neighborhood. it would be giving treatment services on-site for homeless and disabled people. neighbors across the street say they're scared of what the project might bring. >> homeless need help, we need to help them, but we need to find a better place for them. there's nothing for them on this hill. >> neighbors also worry the project will bring down property values, but those in favor of the facility argue, hey, the community's desperate need of more housing for homeless people. if all goes as planned, the project is slated to break down in march. let's head over to meteorologist j.d. rudd with the forecast. >> snow chance is going up. if you're a snow lover, over the next five days or so, it's looking pretty likely we'll see snow in the northeast part of ohio, so there you go. 72 and sunshine friday. when we get a day that nice in
enough, look at the weekend forecast, rain and snow looking likely. let's get a check of the drive times, because we just checked the highways. for now, looking fine on 90, 71 and 77. eight minutes 77 northbound rockside to downtown. let's check on the highways, 480 getting busier but drive times look good, east and west, no problems for you. the most recognizable buildings on the lakeshore power plant is ready for demolition.. the plant began burning in 1911. it helped power cleveland for almost a century before it was shut down last year. it took eight months to remove hazardous materials. demolition will begin now that that's finished. coming up, how twitter is helping you get rid of negative posts you don't want to see. it's like someone pushed
keep things peaceful. we're live at public square this morning where the ban on busses will continue. why the city is keeping the space closed to traffic. deadly fires in ohio on the rise, the special training local first responders are getting today to help save lives. good morning. we're happy you're starting your day with us. i'm corrina pysa. >> i'm terrence lee. we'll get to the developing stories in a moment. first, we've got to talk about the weather. let's start with meteorologist j.d. rudd. >> i'm just the middleman, keep that in mi just the messenger. temperatures are in the 40s this morning, a couple showers working their way into the cleveland area right now, coming ashore off the lake. we'll see a few more of those as the morning goes on. temperatures in the upper 40s at 8:00, may see a little sunshine around this afternoon, temperatures not as warm as yesterday. actually, we'll be closer to average for this time of year. we should be in the lower 50s. we make a run towards 70 by the end of the week.