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>> real-time closed captioning company. >> breaking news alerts and the weather authority forecast, this is good morning, cincinnati sunday, live on local 12. >> liz: get heated around the country, and today the presidential candidate makes a stop in west chester. >> anchor: >> adam: hillary clinton also making a stop. >> the heart marathon is under way, and a lot of events, we will tell you about this coming up. >> liz: good morning thank you
misty outside and a big day for political rallies. >> adam: absolutely, a big day across the tri state we will have those stories and more, and i want to get the check on the forecast and so a lot of rain over night, and meteorologist brandon orr with the no-wait weather. >> brandon: there is good news, though, we had steady rain over night and it came down heavy at times and in fact there was a flood advisory issued for downtown, as weed a band of heavy rain, and a pretty short period of time and no wide, spread, reports of flooding and we are just talking about the drains that are clogged and things like that. right now, we will dry it out, at least, over downtown, and i don't see any blue, other than if you go he to flor ens and that is where we have a couple of showers and these are mainly the sprinkles moving there you and for the most part, we are done with the heaviest of the rain, and the heavy steady rain and now we are looking ahit or miss, showers and there is that
can move throughout northern idaho and look through the south and after we get through the rain and it is very spotty and that is what we are going to see later on today, it is going to be hit or miss, and scattered showers and look at how low the clouds are too, on the camera, 59 degrees, is where the temperatures are at across the area and there are still, the 60s in northern kentucky and that is very warm for this time of morning, and getting to around, 67, 68 degrees for the high temperatures today but it gets warmer than that on the 7-day forecast and we will time that out and even, a few strong, thunderstorms in the planning forecast and we will tell you when those will arrive, coming up in 15 minutes. >> thank you, new this morning, a fire engine was involved in an over night, accident in the east end. >> happened just before 4:00, at wilmer, and kellog, and there were four vehicles, involved in that and including the fire truck. and we are told no major damage to the cars that were involved took place, one person, a firefighter was taken to an
donald trump, is holding a rally in west chester as he continues the march to the crucial, tuesday, primary, violence and turmoil, continue to surround his public appearances. last night, during a rally in kansas city, the police had to use the pepper spray, twice, outside, they were not sure if it was on protestors or supporters of trump. also at a rally that trump held yesterday at the dayton airport, he had to escort, several of the protestors out of the event, that is when it took an ugly turn, one tried to rush the day. they formed a circle, and the man was arrested. he had to cancel, a rally in chicago. as we told you donald trump will be right here in the tri state and he will be at the savannah center at 2, that is at west chest ter, big crowds are expected. free tickets are required to bet
on the website, if you like to get some. we will carry that rally live, right here on star 64. >> according to the most recent, polls, ohio governor, josh knight jok /- jk john kasich is behind, donald trump, and he is counting, and hitting the state hard, this included a stop in sharonville, and spoke at a breakfast for the republican party and focused on bringing people together and taking the high road in this campaign, he will campaign in other areas of ohio today. marco rubio spent yesterday, focusing his efforts on his home state of florida, and he had a huge turn out in the city of hudson that is where he continued the assault, on trump.
in a hope to stop, donald trump. meanwhile, ted cruz, won most of the delegates at stake in the wyoming. the senator, won, nine of the 12 delegates that were up for grab, the highlight yesterday was a speech, involved in missouri he was accompanied by his wife, and primary, rival, carly fiorina, right now, trump leads the race for delegates and he has 460, cruz has 367, rubio has 153 and john kasich has 54, it take, 437 to win for president. >> meanwhile the democrats are spending a lot of time campaigning here. bill clinton was stumping for his wife yesterday, and he spoke at a get ut the vote, rally yesterday at the national underground, rail rool freedom center, expanding voting rights and universal healthcare.
also in ohio yesterday, she stopped by a saint patrick's day, celebration at apub in youngz town and talked with voters and accepted a gennis on the house. bernie sanders was in chicago yesterday, illinois has a primary on tuesday as well. but sanders will be back in ohio tonight, both sanders and hillary clinton are set to speak at the legacy dinner in columbus, if you include the super delegates, clinton maintains a lead over sanders, 1231, sanders with 576. it will take a little more than 2300 to win the nomination. >> tuesday, night, local, 12 is the mra place it turn as the votes are counted. we will have the complete, team coverage for the run for the white house and the local, candidates and issues as well. >> we have a big event, going on today, thousands lacing up the shoes this morning for the
mini, heart, marathon, and megan joins us now for the event and we expect it to be the biggest on record, good morning, megan. >> good morning, that is right, i am here with lori at the american heart association and you guys are saying this is supposed to be the biggest event that you have had so far. it is 27,000, vendors and walkers out in all of the combined, events which is regard breaking, so he we set a new precedence today and answer excited and so the weather is holding out, too. >> i know, thank you, bran don for your blessing and there has been no rain, so far. >> so far, yes. >> so very great and you were talking about the actual, biggest event here will be the walk, the heart walk at noon is our biggest event and the largest event and a lot of people participate in honor or in memory of someone that they lost to heart disease, or recovered from the heart disease or stroke and so we have a lot of team participation, and so that is one of our biggest, assets, of the race.
is to support, research of the heart disease, and stroke. and definitely, of course, one of the biggest local fund-raisers fund-raisers. >> it is, the heart, mini, is greater cincinnati largest fund-raiser and definitely for the american, heart association and the american, stroke association and the next event actually is the one k and that is awesome and it is one of the greatest events and because our strokes, heroes, are out there walking. and so it is really, really cool to see. it is kind of what we are all about. >> i love that there is a lot of energy out here, at cand g, garden music and bumping. day. >> it is going to be a long day, our last walk, and the walk goes at noon, and you can come down and come on down. >> you heard her, the rain is no problem. >> you might want to come down and enjoy. >> it achlly feels nice out. >> it is warm, it is great. >> all right, lori and the next event?
stroke, and at 10:30. we have the 5 k. >> you heard the woman, you can still come down and it is ai beautiful day, and hopefully the rain still holds off and we will send it back to you guys. >> can you ask her if we can come to the after party if they did not get to walk. >> and you can come down to the party, and there is a, and you are talking about the party, the after party at the thing. >> the first ever, and the inflatables and a lot of work. >> that does sound like fun. >> come on down, guys. we will check back with you in a little while and by the way that is the first time ever for the heart minievent, offering a stay and play, and it is at the banks and it runs until three. >> adam: get ready to fill out your bracket, it is election sunday, we will find out which teams will be seeded in the tournament, despite, following to you yukon it looks like they have a chance of heading to the
names, and xavier, a lock and it is just a matter of how high they will be seated. it looks like it will be up for grabs and that one is going to fall on the committee and going to be a tough decision, heading in with a 27-5, record and that is good for a school bus, local 12 will carry all of the election for you today and there is a special, show at 6:30, and we will have the wall to wall, hoops all day long leading up to that show. >> non-profit, job fair, where you can go to learn about the available, career opportunities. >> liz: and you know this is going to be popular, dining, and what kind of food you can expect at a new, tri state restaurant
and it is all coming up on good >> adam: turning to local news,
kentucky welcomes a bourbon inspired restaurant. >> liz: a french word for chicken, and it is located on 6th avenue in dayton. the grand opening on tuesday, it will offer a wide array of southern dishes taken after the charleston, south carolina, new orleans, menu. it will be open from 5:00 to 10, tuesday through saturday. >> if you are interested in working for a non-profit organization, there is a special event this week and it could
kind of jobs are available in that field, the cross roads, church is hosting a non-profit job fair and it runs from 3:00 to 6:00 on tuesday, and the people can learn about the opportunities and the administrative support and all kinds of care and education, and a whole lot more and the event is free to attend and if you go, you are encouraged to dress, professionally and bring a resume. >> adam: the traffic issues that he we want to tell you about h the bridge, is going to be closed for about 40 weeks and starts tomorrow and they have set up a detour. and as you can imagine, it is going to cause some big time delays, so make sure that you plan the extra time if you have to drive in that area. >> a lot of college, basketball, action, cohen is going to catch us up on the latest tournament games coming up. >> liz: first, the deadly storms, sweeping the south and it will bring you the up date on this weekend's historic rain
that rain is coming here, and we are going to time it out hour by hour and tell you when you can see the dryer and rm whatter change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct,
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>> adam: good morning, cincinnati, with the south, dealing with historic flooding hundreds have been forced from their homes. >> liz: cbs, david, spent the day in louisiana in some of the hardest hit, areas, and showing now how people are coping. >> the flood water was seeping through the sandbags in bozer city, the crews added more bags in the vulnerable areas along the levy. and the home of chris smith and his life lora, backed up to the levy, they were ordered to evacuate and decided no the too. >> i had surgery on monday, and advised no the to travel. >> west of here, kado lake is expected to ride to 179 feet, flooding not seen in nearly 50 years.
moderate to major flooding on 50 percent of the state's rivers right now. north of new or lean, in the city of folsom the family spent the day trying to reach her, found her trapped if her home, she lost everything during hurricane katrian. >> in louisiana, the smith family is ready with sandbags. >> they asked yesterday if i could help in the disaster in the area, and i said that i have to worry about my own home before i go and help others right now. >> i am walk on the levy, and as for the seepage, they stopped it and put more sandbags right here and nothing is seeping in now, but you can see what it did for the last several hours, those are the homes that they are concerned about. the mayor said, don't let the sunshine deceive you, we are not out of the woods just yet. >> adam: they are dealing with
>> liz: we are getting the aftermath, is why we feel blessed when you look at that >> brandon: we are getting the same rain that they are, just not as heavy, it is relentless, day after day. and if you take a look at radar, you can see how most of it is gone from now. and it is catching a little bit of a break and moving to the north and it is dry across the area that saw the flooding over the past few days, which is really good news, for us, though it means that the raining is continuing to push on through and you can see as we take a closer look at some of that rain continues to push in, on the precision, doppler 12, hd, it is not as steady or heavy as it was last night and we had a decent, band ch the moderate, and at times, the heavy rain, that pushed on through and the decent, rain fall in some areas, and more than one inch but you can see here on precision, doppler, hd and it is just scattered hit or miss and that is what we are going to see throughout much of the day today, it is not the steady rain like we did last night and there are going to be plenty of dry periods and you can see the
through the four inches to the west of i71, 75, that is pushing on of to the north and that is something that we are going to have going on. no thunder, and we have the low clouds to deal with and you can see, we can even see downtown right now, this is the medical camera and you can typically see the sky line, well and you just can't see anything at all, it is all gray now, but just a moment i go, you could see where the top of the fog was and you could see the shower and the clouds above it, and it was a really cool shot, and we will see the clouds, cooperate as we go throughout the next hour and because it looks for a neat shot because you can see howing for foggy it is, and two and a half, near harrison and watch out on the hills too, because of the some of the low clouds and the visibility is the lowest, 59 at the airport, and there are a couple of areas, in 60, and down to owenton and most of us in the 50 and warming down to the 60s and the temperatures will be
yesterday, and so we are going to have the hit or miss, showers or a rumble or two after, 1:00 or so and i don't expect any severe weather and i don't expect any flooding today either, 68 degrees, around 5:00 and so very mild day and you know that it is really warm, if we are not going to see much of the sunshine today, and we are still going to see a little bit in the way of the temperatures in the upper 60s and so we have these hit and miss, showers and you can see the breaks in the clouds and don't be surprised if we catch a little bit of sun in the showers that are moving there you but you can see that they extend all the way down into tus ennessee and so there is a trail of moisture and i will show you that here in a moment and here is the first system. and you can see it a little bit and that is where the main system is in illinois and we are getting the showers and a couple of the thunderstorms out ahead of it, over night, tonight we catch a little bit of a break and just a few and a little bit of sprinkles at time, and a little built of drizzle and this is the second, system that is
see it here, right in southern, indiana and kentucky that is going to push in our direction and bringing us the rain to kick off the workweek on monday. and we did not get a break on tuesday and we finally saw the sunshine if you want the sunshine, just wait for tuesday and 73, groo ez and we will see the storms, roll through on tuesday evening and just watch out for those, and there is a risk for the severe, weather on tuesday, and the damaging wind gusts coming up in the next half hour and we will break down the potential for tuesday and either way that you look at it, we are cooling down. >> spring like. >> cooling down to 50s or 60s. okay. >> and that is cool for this time of year. >> yeah. >> that is right, thanks. >> liz: the sbca opening the doors for adoptions today that will start at noon, harry is going to show us the great dogs and cats that you can take home, that is just ahead. >> celebrating the birthday of a local, fallen marine, how much was raised at this special,
>> liz: good morning, everybody and it is 8:24 on a foggy sunday morning and this is sort of a really good reflection and a live look from our tower cam and you can see the haze over the several bridges in cincinnati and a lot is going on downtown, and the american, heart mini is under way, and efrl, political rallies going on and brandon will up date the forecast but later the things are changing.
may be in the look out for the alligators and the natural areas that they live, but in other states such as georgia kind of rare. >> adam: one of the rep tiles has been spotted near the river in atlanta, it has been there for ten years and makes rare appearances, a wild life photographer snapped some pictures and the staff from the cbs afill ate from louisiana saw it in a mar sh, it is the furrest north that they have record of seeing an alligator survive in the wild, let's juflt hope that it does not make the way further north. the sbca has the adorable animals ready for adoption. >> anchor: >> anchor: our friend, harry is going to show us a couple to share that you might be able to take home. >> good morning, i have snickers with me this morning, and snickers seems calm for the moment but she has a lot of energy and going to need to go to a home where the people are willing to train her. and give her some exercise. she will make an exercise,
old, and she has got her micro, chip and has been spayed and will make a great, companion animal. and to my left, is montgomery, and he is a male cat and he is about 7 months old, and he has been neutered and will make a great companion animal. >> adam: presidential candidates in ohio today. we will tell you just where they will be including at least one stop in the tri state that is just ahead. >> adam: but first, the heart, minimarathon, megan moore has
largest runs and walks, wee willll >> breaking news alert and the weather authority forecast, this is good morning, cincinnati sunday, live on local 12. >> lacing them up for healthy hearts, megan moore will have the report from the heart, minimarathon from downtown. >> liz: donald trump making a stop in the tri state, and where he is expected today and where there have been rowdy crowds over night. >> adam: the lucky irish and we will show you the sight and sounds from this year's patrick's day parade. >> adam: i'm adam clements >> liz: it is hard to believe what saint patrick's day brings, i hope that you turned your clocks forward, coming up, a check of the weather, here is
>> brandon: we have a little bit of rain, nothing compared to what we have seen over night, you may have heard it on the roof, and it was coming down, heavy and we had the lightning and the thunder and time-to-time and we are just seeing a few isolated showers here and there and that is going to be the case throughout the afternoon and evening and as we are seeing the hit and miss, spotty showers and we have a couple of showers, west, and that is going to cross over the river, here, shortly, but even that is just a light, sprinkle, so the heaviest of the rain and you can see it right there, moving out and we just have the hit and miss, showers that you can see through the south central, kentucky and down to nashville, and all of that is in our direction, but we do have the fog around and this is our medical center, medical camera, and this is over in oxford and the visibility is near, zero in harrison, and one 8th of a mile's airport and it is near zero and be near, and especially
on the top of those, it is near zero, and five miles in hamilton, and three in middle town and it has no fog, whatsoever, and that is as good as it gets, 59 at the airport, and a lot of us in the 50s but this is how it plays out for the heart mini today, and we will have a couple of hit and miss, showers and it is not going to be a bad race, 65, by noon, and 67 by 1:30 or so, coming up in 15 minutes, we are going to talk about more rain on the way and even, more thunderstorms and we will break down the type of thunderstorms that we could see, on tuesday, and that is coming up here in 15 minutes, guys. >> liz: thank you very much, brandon, the american heart association, annual walk and run, takes over downtown, this morning. >> participants are expected to raise, more than 3 million dollars to fight, heart disease and stroke, local 12, megan moore is there this morning and shares what happens. good morning, megan. >> fortunately for us, the rain
here with lori with the american, heart association and a big, event this morning, how many runners do we have? >> we have about 27,000. that is the biggest ever, we have never had such great participation as today, and i am so glad that the weather held out and so everybody did not just wait anyone from coming down this morning. >> it is going to be a long day and if we could talk about where this race is going to go. >> sure, the heart half, and the 15 k, went off at 7:30, and 35th and broadway, and at 6th and broad way. and pretty much is out in back on columbia, parkway, and then we have the 10:30 race is the 5 k and that is up in the columbia, parkway. >> now it sounds, boring, but when can you like run on the columbia parkway. >> exactly. so just be mindful of that, and so there are road closures if you are heading down here, be mindful of that. let's talk about how big of a deal this is for the american
>> yeah, this is the biggest fund-raiser and we set to raise, over 3 million from this event, today and it is the largest fund-raiser and the biggest, fund-raiser for the american, heart association and all of the funds and heart disease, and research, and it stays, locally and they fund, the research at uk, and at the hospital, and so great stuff. >> thank you so much for being here this morning, with us. and again, not too late to register, and you can still come down here, and i think that the rain is still going to hold off. and so, great day for a race, we will send it ba being to you >> adam: streets are expected to be closed for the run and walk through noon and after the party run in downtown, before 3:00 this afternoon. >> liz: on to politics now, donald trump making a stop in the tri state, today and he is expected to draw, huge, crowds in west chest ter and heightned security as well. last night the police had to use the pepper spray, to control the
and someone stormed the stage in dayton, today's rally starts at two at the savannah, center, the doors open at 11, and the local 12 news will bring you coverage beginning on good morning, cincinnati today at 11:30 a.m., on the democratic side, both, bernie sanders and hillary evening. and they will be speaking at the ohio, democratic legacy dinner which is at the columbus, convention, center and bk was in the tri state, yesterday, speaking at the get out rally, and bernie sanders, spent yesterday in illinois, which has a primary on tuesday as does, ohio. >> adam: stop separating families that is the message that local residents want to spread in support of immigrant families. a rally for hope was held yesterday at the holy family church in price hill, the recent raids across the country and the presence of customs enforcement
walked two miles, to show the immigrant families they are not alone. it has been a month, since the fire destroyed the rabbit, hash general store and this weekend, a positive turn, it seems that a lot of people, keep rising up to bring it back, d, stewart, opened the doors of the spice store yesterday, for the big fund-raising event, all of the money generated will go toward, rebuilding the landmark store. >> a birthday party this weekend, and for a young man whose life was taken too soon. mark anthony died at 25, he was serving in the marine corps at the time. rogo was killed in iraq. and he had, graduated from the high school back in 2002, and his family is making sure, however his memory lives on and his mother, says every year, they have a spaghetti dinner on his birthday and this raises name. >> we cannot do this and raise the funds that we do and give
memory without the people here that support it. and for that, i am grateful. >> grateful to you also. 23,000 dollars, has been raised, the money goes to help high school kids go to college to be eligible, a student has to be related to an active duty service member or a veteran, and if you would like to apply you can go he to local 12,.com and look on the news tab and click on the get it link. >> a fund-raiser will help the hungry, in the tri state, the empty, bowls event, the students at the east walnut hills school have been making bowls in their classes and now you can buy them today, filled with soup and all of the money goes to the city gospel mission and you can stop by one to three and it is located at east mcmill an street and up land, place. >> that is a great fund-raiser, you know, just really big and they take the time and so decorative and different. >> adam: it is hard to hold a downtown parade during the week.
started this weekend, yesterday down near the river front. as you can see here is the parade and it kicks on of at noon and there were floats, and leprechauns and the schools and the marching bands as part of that festive and a new route was used for the park as well. and the parade, travels to central avenue and ended at freedom way and rosa parks street. >> the head with a kilt and evan good to see him out there. college, basketball action, continues, and ally tell us how uk did in the fcc tournament just ahead. >> and a local mom making a big difference in fighting off head and neck cancer, we have research that could make a difference in beating and
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>> adam: good morning, it is 20 minutes to nine, 50 degrees outside, not looking so great, brandon says, it is not going to see as much rain as we initially thought and he will have your full weather forecast in just a bit. first up, a local mother is passionate about finding a cure, for neck and head cancer, after her son died from the disease. >> liz: she is finding hope through a team at the university of cincinnati that just made the discovery about a gene and it could help for the first step towards finding a cure. >> karen is a passionate
>> and i am an advocate because my oldest son died of head and neck cancer in 2012. don was just 35, and left behind a wife and a daughter and a foundation that started a research, to honor how brandon died, but how he lived. he is my baby. she got a special, list recently when she had a chance to meet with this team of the head and neck, cancer researchers and just discovered a gene that causes cancer called deck, can be detected in the blood of the head and neck, cancer patient and may help the doctors learn about how the body can fight it off and also, target therapies for or against, hpv or the humanpapaloma virus. >> what we found is that it is high in the hpv, positive cancers which is a huge risk factor and it was lower in the hpv, negative chl >> the behind all of this is
common in cancer therapy. and it actually is about using the body's own immune system to fight this and other cancer, and boosting your immunity to fight back. >> we are asking, can we dissect this out in the head and neck and because it will attract the immune system for the certain, types of cancer patients and can we ma nap you late that. >> they hope that more than anything, that this will lead through the new break throughs in beating head and neck cancer. >> i feel that we don't want any other family to go through this horror, and when brandon's name is thought of in the future, it is going to be with a cure. >> they are so active, brandon's family has several, events going on throughout the year. they want to continue to raise the monthny for the next step, we have a link or find out more, go to local 12.com. >> adam: friends and family honor a local firefighter who
the south gate, community ken cer with a silent, auction and dinner and all of the money raised will cover the medical bills, monica was a fire fighter and emt for 20 years and died on wednesday after her battle with cancer, dozens of people will shave their heads to help to fight the childhood cancer, it will take place from noon to four in brook wood and the event is organized by the foundation, which provides, the funds for the life saving research, the organization, helps to raise awareness about the childhood cancer and the event is free and family friendly. >> an indian, culture is celebrated today at the university of cincinnati, the annual, taste of indiana event, and it is at the center and open to everyone. and you can sample the food from the many of the regions of that country and there will be traditional music and dancing. people also can experience, the temporary, tattoo, art known as hena and you can shop the booths
similar to what you will find in india. >> and it is fun stuff and it does not wash off very easily. >> it is a fun day, and it is election, sunday and which means that it is a busy weekend on the hard wood. >> cohen is here with the highlights. >> good morning, everyone and happy selection, sunday and continuing yesterday, and friday night, kentucky did more than take care of business, in the quarter finals over alabama and uk won by 26. saturday afternoon it was georgia and they beat the bull dogs by 34 back in february and yesterday that was not going to happen that way, uk down by ten on this team? >> to murray, and the combo is ofun to watch, and georgia shot, 61 percent in the first, and 34 in the second and uk can take the lead and bridge, and the board and the bucket, and the wild cats, take the 68-67 lead, and tyler, and three of his 25, they are up 9-0, and two 20
go, they will keep, texas a& m in the finals when you play by murray, you can play down in the post game like murray. >> be who you are and be your best, version and just create a habit and but i like what i saw today, and i loo i can that alex started bad and then finished and played his butt off in the second half and then we got that kid, murray, but he shoots too much and i tried to get him to stop shooting and he shoots any way. >> you want him to stop shooting. >> i want him to guard, everybody. >> friday, the one, crazy ending after another, and cincinnati and yukon included and the game with the four over times and the last on adam's des pir ration needs and with 20 seconds to go and there it is. the huskies poured out in the fourth and they needed the win, and it most likely will not hold, uk out and saturday they were projected ten seed and a lock in their coach's mind. >> what i will say is that i
us to question, based on what they have accomplished this year and verses the rest of the field. but i understand, that our conference does not get as much respect, by the people on tv a lot. and as some other people. that is all that i have to say on that. >> saturday, the women are making the third, straight appearance and friday night, in sweet 16, they ran over with the 29-point, victory, and scoring the first of the game and last night, tenth ranked washington, university team, a team that has been in the game three times in the last four years. and hosting this, and moss, and getting closer than what they are used to, 6-point, game and abby, finishes the break and she had a game high, 26, second half, ten point game, moss to 3, and giving a push and had 23, moore, leads down to double digits and makes it in and thomas moore, wins by 16 and
the final. and that is a look at your sports on this election sunday. be sure to stay with local 12, for the big ten, turnment later on today, in the selection show on cbs and we will break it down on the sports authority later tonight, and make this one is a great one. >> liz: thanks ally and we are turning to weather >> brandon: it is foggy and the visibility is zero and you can't see anything, be aware, especially on the hills because we have the low clouds. >> adam: and over the river. >> brandon: of course, we can see, exactly. we have one of the cameras and i have it over the river and it shows the fog and that is cool. but look at the rain fall totals that we have had over night and that is when we saw the heaviest of the rain fall was last night and it was steady too and it came down heavy at times and we saw a band of rain that prompted the flood advisory for a brief time and it went around grant county up to boone and across
cincinnati in fact some isolated areas, picked up more than an inch of rain, and we are close to it in owein, county and 0.91, the rest of us half an inch of rain. and now it is more spotty and we still have the rain around and so be aware if you are going out and about that we have the rain from time-to-time to deal with, and it is not as steady as what it was last night. you can see what the precision, doppler, hd hooks like and a lot of the steady rains moves out and we are seeing a couple of hit and miss, showers and none of which are downtown any more. and we have the show urz and those have fizzled out and we have another batch that is moving into the county and over to mason county and this is very, light and not getting any lightning and no thunder, out of this no flooding in the state and the hit and miss, showers here is the fog that adam was talking about, you can't see anything, on the medical camera, up in butler, county, but on the tower, cam this is above the fog and i tried to show the shot earlier but it just opened up
of the tower and that is one of the lists that is on one of the towers here above the station and it is a neat shot above the fog and because this is the visibility that i was talking about. and one 8th of a mile, and one mile, and so it varys a little bit. and but be aware that it could change and a lot of us are in the 50s and a couple of areas and warmer down there and they are already at 60 degrees today and we will make a run at the upper 60s today. cloudy at around, ten with the on and off showers, and we still have a little bit of sun and just a little bit, peeking in between some of these hit or miss, showers as we go into the afternoon showers, and 67 degrees will be the high temperature and 67, 68 for the day today. and so as you can see that we have more rain to the south and it is just more hit and miss and clouds, too. and so we will see at least a little bit of sunshine with the to our south. and moving in our direction, and so that is the direction that is now coming from.
through the day today and you can see even a rumble or two of thunder and some of those could be on the had he havy side and no severe weather today. and we get a break over night and you can see the storm system just spin with it as it moves in our direction and brings in the more rain to kick off the workweek and if it is not raining as you head out on monday morning to work or school, it will be raining by midday and you want to take the rain gear with you because it is going to continue into the over night hours and by tuesday, we will dry out and we will see a little bit of sunshine, and a decent amount of sunshine on tuesday, but you see this line of showers. and there is some, embedded thunderstorms within of that as well and that is pushing in our direction and some of those could be on the strong side and especially since we are going to see a lot of sunshine, during the day on tuesday and that is going to warm us up into the 70s and we are primed at least for a couple of thunderstorms from central, illinois and chicago. and through indiana and down here in the tri state and we will watch it carefully and i don't expect the widespread,
of strong, thunderstorms or two and we will keep you updated over the next couple of days and after that front, moves through and it cools us off and back into average into the 50s and even a few rain showers as we head into next weekend, and at least no snow on the 7-day. >> adam: the mid week looks good >> liz: tuesday and wednesday. >> brandon: tuesday is going to be nice and a lot of sunshine too. >> liz: do you feel like. oh, that is great. yeah, >> adam: we will have a final
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powerful few. >> liz: good morning, cincinnati it is 8:53, and thank you for share part of your sunday with us, this is one of the traffic cams, and you can see that the roads are wet, but brandon says that it is off for now and if you are heading out for now, the changes are coming and you might want to do what you can for this morning. coming up later on this morning, on local 12, on full measure, a closer look at the issue of the government and their rights, to access people's cell phones. >> we have a fascinating story with the former ceo of quest, which is a communication company out west, joe nasio, and talks about what happened when one of the spy agencies approached the company to do a classified project of surveillance of
without the proper legal authority. >> liz: full measure starts at eleven and local 12 follows at 11:30. we turn now for a look at the top stories, donald trump is in town today for a rally in west chest ter. the doors open at eleven and plenty of security expected after we saw the violence erupt at trump events over the weekend. the police had to pepper spray the people outside of an event, in kansas city, and someone actually stormed the stage, yesterday afternoon and that is what you are looking at right there, you need the ticket to get in, but it is free and we have the details on the website about how you can get one. >> also ahead in ohio's primary on tuesday, the democrat ikz or ahead of the proo i mare, and the candidates, hillary clinton, and bernie sanders, they will both are speaking at the democratic legacy center. hillary clinton was in north east, ohio yesterday, while sanders spent the time in chicago, on tuesday night, and local 12, is the place that we
counted we will have complete, team coverage for the run for the white house and all of the candidates and concerns. >> adam: the heart, mini, going on right now, the first race kicked off at 7:30, but different ones will be starting all morning long and this is a big fund-raiser for the american, heart association expected to raise, $3 million, local 12, of course, a proud sponsor, we saw a lot of rain this morning, and the fog this running. >> liz: it was for the race and they kind of got lucky. >> brandon: they got lucky because we saw the heavy rain over night and it just moved out right before sunrise and now we are seeing the hit or miss, showers but they are more miss over downtown. or the showers that we have right now are mostly in northern kentucky and getting in on the showers and even, the moderate rain at times but again, right now it does not look like we will see the rain over the next couple of hours, over downtown and we will have a chance of the ska the tered showers throughout the date and we will see the rain, through the day, and 65,
the upper 60s later today and so despite the rain it is going to feel, nice and you could see a the showers later today and we will see more hit or miss, showers and you will get a chance to dry out and if you want the nice weather in the near term, tuesday is your day, because we are going to be in the low 70s, it is going to feel nice and a chance for a few, strong thunderstorms late in the day on tuesday, especially into the evening and that is something that scott dimmich is going to highlight later today and i will have more at 11:30. >> liz: if you are getting out to vote, earlier on tuesday is better. >> adam: back at 11:30. real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company.) talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for a fmerica what he's doneor us.
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