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canceled or delayed. preparing for a historic nor noreaster and where it will hit the hardest. cruz saying the billionaire would make deals with democrats. >> but here's a united states senator, republicans, doesn't have support of one other republican senator. there's something wrong there. >> but trump now face as growing list of conservatives lining up against him. a case of excessive force as a motorcyclist is awarded 180 grand after a traffic incident. plus authorities need your help. then a wandering toddler on the loose on a busy road. a half-court thriller and much more on a frantic friday. show"early today" starts right now.
across six states are bracing for a monster winter blizzard. some areas expecting more than 30 inches of snow. five states plus parts of georgia and washington d.c. are already under states of emergency. federal aufrss soffices are expected to close early ahead of the storm. the d.c. metro has canceled service starting at 11:00 p.m. tonight through sunday. some drivers on i 495 decided to test the ice when their cars got stuck. all baltimore schools closed today and nearly 2500 flights have been canceled for friday. thousands ss more have already been canceled or delayed for this weekend. now, the storm is starting to make land fall on some states in the south. this drone footage shows footage?
the football stadium. and at least five fatalities have been contributed to icy road conditions p. sconditions. what should we expect? >> the high impact portion of the storm. and tomorrow morning this time is when we'll get the blizzard conditions in baltimore and d.c. we're waiting for them to be posted in the philadelphia area and even new york. and little rock it's been snowing hard and the ice portion of the storm has begun. so, the snowfall forecast overnight has not changed too much. a little further to the north we've nudged snow totals but we're still looking at the bull's eye from philadelphia to roanoke and everywhere in between. the storm itself has really cranked up overnight. we did not have any bad trord s
has begun and it's are rapidly going across north carolina and this is the icy portion from charlotte to fayette vill and this will be the concern today into tomorrow. and we have the blizzard conditions later tonight in areas of virginia and then the ice portion is going to be very bad today in the carolinas. >> let's go to nbc's jay gray in roanoke. >> reporter: they're preparing for snow to start in the next hour or so and continue through saturday as bill talked about the emergency management team believes they'll see a record snowfall, some saying they could see as much as 30 inches, all active and uniform state police are ready for action. thaley'll stay out through the weekend and expect to be on the
starts to fall a bit later this morning. we also know that more than 500 vehicles are out and on the roads preparing for this, trying to keep them as clean as possible. everyone in this region saying if you don't have to be on these roads, don't. it's going to get very messy and again, not expected to stop until sometime late sad.turday. now, with just 10 days to the iowa caucuses, establishment republicans are taking sides. ted cruz and donald trump. for some it's a tough choice. >> if you have trump and cruz, i think you get the same outcome. whether it's death by poisoning or shot, does it really matter? >> a new poll showess trump surging to a lead in the first voting state. and now trump will air a new attack ad against cruz today. check it out.
we need is more republicans in washington to cut a deal with nancy pelosi and i guess donald trump is your guy. >> his new line of attack is i've become establishment. give me a break. trump 38, cruz second at 16 and he's going down. no, he's having a hard time. he looks like a nervous wreck. he had his moment. he had his moment and he blew it. >> plenty of establishment conservatives are against trump and last night, prominent conservative magazine took a stab. unveiling today's cover it's called against trump and it calls him a menace to conservetism. as a result, the rnc has disinvited the national review
from the february 25th debate and trufrmmp responded. >> ritsit's a dying paper. not many people read it anymore. people don't think about the national review. that's a dying paper. >> if it disagrees with you, you just insult it. edward, let's now turn to the democrats. who's in good shape with 10 days to iowa? you ask. bernie sanders told the crowd he iowa. says we've had enough of politics, or establishment politics and he countered clinton's charge that he's unelectable, pointing to polls that he would beat all the republicans candidates by a greater margin than clinton. >> secretary clinton defeats mr. trump by nine points, we
all of which we affirm is my love for the smart people in the state of new hampshire. >> reporter: and hillary clinton's been getting a boost from her husband, former president bill clinton. in a crowd, he told the crowd his wife would be a more inclusive president. hillary clinton in iowa told them to go out and caucus for her. some snow on the ground, so she's worried about a surge from senator bernie sanders and has asked her supporters to ask friends to go out and caucus for her. we should see these attacks intensify. >> i'm sure they were. thanks. a jury has awarded $180,000 to an oregon man hit by an officer during a 2012 traffic stop. you can see it in this video. he knocks him off his bike at a
for traffic violations and the officer kicks him, breaking his collar boerngs all while pointing his gun at him and the oregon state police believe the officer did not violate procedure. well, it looks disturbing in the video, whatever we saw. a new record involving air travel, shows a lot of americans were packing heat. the tsa says it seized more guns last year than ever before. more than 2600 of them, most of them were loaded. at the airport. who are these people? the most guns were found at airports in phoenix, dallas, and atlanta. people carrying ammunition to check points can face possible criminal charges from local police. after four years as a prisoner in iran, this morning, a former marine is back home.
michigan yesterday, part of a prisoner exchange along with three other people. he was accused of spying and sentenced to death in 2012. he was awaiting a second trial. just after landing, he said he was happy to be back. >> i appreciate everyone's support. it's great to be back in flint, my home town. i love this city, love its people. they've been so good to me and my family and we're very grateful. it's been a very long road, a long journey. >> he says his marine training helped him survive and as he gets settled in flint, michigan, the epa administrator for the region has resigned and they've issued emergency order to take immediate actions to protect the
and the state's embattled governor has been inhadvited to testify before congress and he will be on "morning joe." they will provide $80 million to the state for that situation. >> our children should not have to be worried about the water that they're drinking in american cities. that's not something we should accept. >> the nearly 100,000 people have been warned not to drink unfiltered tap water and the national guard has been distributeing bottled water there. and meteorologist, bill kairns. and boon could be up to 20 inches. and then the bull's eye. where we're go having to the blizzard conditions.
snow, baltimore, 23. and high impacts as far north as new york city. that's your national weather, now a closer look at your day ahead. so, thunderstorms will be rolling through florida. some could be very strong with damaging winds and maybe even an isolated tornado. and snow will be breaking out later today in d.c. we'll talk more about the timing of the storm coming up. authorities need your help in sauvltolving a million dollar crime. plus a toddler gets away from his parents and wanders down a busy road.. see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that i won't stop. until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people find clear or almost clear skin.
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about this weekend's impending storm. >> the other big story right now is winter storm jonas. meteorologist say it wasn't that strong until it left it's brothers, joe and kevin and then unstoppable hit after hit after hit. i mean, unstoppable. >> oh, don't make me think about the jonas brothers if i don't have to. this is "early today." ah, lilly. she pretty much lives in her favorite princess dress. and she's not exactly tidy. even if she gets a stain she'll wear it for a week straight. so i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. and since i'm the one who has to do the laundry, i do what any expert dad would do. i let her play sheriff. i got 20 minutes to life. you are free to go. tide and downy. great on their own
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marreddi gras celebrations are now underway. guns are allowed at parades nor are they allowed to be intoxicated. hard to tell how they're going to monitor that. a skinny dipper was surprised. he woke up to find this little guy in the backyard. a piece of my leg is missing. an eight foot crocodile. sheriff's deputies and fish and wildlife officers came to get the krokcroc. back to where he belongs. slow and deadly. now a look ahead. weather permitting, today is the annual march for life and rally on the national mall.