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i'm luke now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this weekend. >>evan: we have breaking news for you this morning. this is a live look from east main street in brevard. the street is completely shut down right now due to a structure fire.
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the scene right now putting out that fire at what i believe was the old guggan pub there. we have a crew on the scene and we will bring you more information as soon as it is available. stay with us for this developing story. >> good morning. today is sunday, january 10th. i'm evan donovan. >>zack: and i'm zack green. >>evan: the big news is no one won the powerball. >>zack: once again. >>evan: you still have a chance to become a millionaire and, actually, you might have the chance to potentially become a billionaire, with a "b." >>zack: it's unbelievable. it's an unfathomable number. i know hope hanselman will let us know some of the thins you might want to buy. >>evan: we will get into that. >>zack: it'ss astronomical, it's amazing. yesterday we saw rain showers ( ) rolling through, more so in the late day. it will be much more of the same this morning. things are already starting to quiet down and that cloud cover is going to be moving out of our region as early as about mid morning.
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seen with winds pushing closer to 20, maybe even 30 miles per hour sustained. now, the warmest temperatures of the day, is this morning. and they are going to be falling off dramatically. even later on this afternoon, with a chillier air is sticking around for the work week. all the details on how far we are going to be falling coming up in just a little bit. >> >>evan: we are making history as lottery hopefuls have another shot at what is now the biggest powerball jackpot ever. in fact, it is the biggest lottery payout ever worldwide. $1.3 billion is the estimate for wednesday night's drawing. hope hansel mab is in the studio and we have never seen a jackpot like this. >>hope: that $1.3 billion prize is the biggest in the world, evan. and now you have another shot at it. no one matched all six numbers in saturdadas nearly $950 million jackpot. and there were several match
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the numbers are 32, 16, 19, 57, 34, and the powerball is 13. now lottery officials are anticipating the jackpot to grow another $400 million so that $1.3 billion number we have been telling you about all morning long. and because i'm havingng so much fun playing this game, here are a few more things that $1.3 billion can buy you. you could buy the chicago cubs. >>evan: yes! >>hope: or 10 boeing 757s just like donald trump. or you can buy one of the five penthouses -- finest penthouses in new york and raffle lauren's entire collection of sports cars and a flight to space and a hawaiian island and still put $300 million in the bank. >>zack: that's the end game. >>hope: the cash payout for wednesday's drawing is $806 million. now, it i thought this was interesting. in the powerball history, almost
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havement toed for the lump sum payment. only 1 person has chosen the annuity prize. what would you guys do? >>evan: you know, it's funny. i, being a finance guy, i would like the opportunity to get the cash payment because then i know how i would invest it and i feel like i can do better than they would be able to get for me on the annuity payment. but, i was looking it up, they give you 5% increase on your annuity payment every year to keep up with the cost of living, and, a lot of financial -- a lot of financial analysts think that because you have such a danger of blowing all that money, the annuity is the smarter way to do it. >>zack: i think at this point, $806 million for a cash payout, it's almost unfathomable about blowing that much money. you almost can't do it. >>hope: that's what i'm thinking t. first things that come to my mind on how i want to spend it are little things, like -- >>zack: the chicago cubs? >>hope: not so much, like that student loan. >>evan: get rid of that. i will buy the cubs then.
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thanks so much, hope. >>hope: yes. >>evan: in other news a fire in madison county destroys a barn and sends a family running for their home but this morning they are all safe, thanks to a quick thinking teenager. news 13's justin hinton explains. jesus christ smoke blends into the marshall sky where a short time earlier. >> it is a gunshot, like a boom. >> >>reporter: before flalas started pouring from the barn on the buncombe county and madison county line. >> it's just minutes before it's on the ground. a total loss. >> the barn is 100 by 100-foot, two story barn. no animal, no significant loss. no injuries. >>reporter: just on the other side, 17 year-old erving vas cease and several family member. >> it was crazy because i just got out of the shower. >> someone honking their horn alerted him to the fire and he sprang into action, telling his cousin and grabbing his mom. >> her legs are kind of
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>>reporter: no injuries there either but a home is crumpled metal. >> there was a car in here somewhere we have not found yet. >> a car? >> yes. >>reporter: mire chief dustin bradley says 48 firefighters from 8 stations responded to the call. they are working to put out hot spots and secure the scene. >> there is lots of unknowns with digging up a property like this. >> >>reporter: before calling ate day and turning it over to the sheriff offense office to investigate. >> i just praise the lord we are safe from home. >>evan: the fire chief says the cause of the fire appears to be accidental but they are still investigating. authorities will resume the search for a georgia man this morning. they say he fell from a waterfall in macon county. first responders were dispatched to dry falls near highlands around noon yesterday. officials say a man fell from the falls into the cull low sage river. swift water ( ) crews searched the area but that effort was
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a section of highlands road near turtle pond road remains closed to give emergency workers better access to the scene. we have an update this morning on an asheville man behind bars. this is all related to that stolen car in biltmore park. timothy williams is charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of a firearm by a felon. police say they found the car around 11:30 friday night near heathbrook circle and columbine road and they discovered the gun after searching the vehicle. the car has already been returned to the owner. williams is in the buncombe counun jail under a 40,000 bond. 7 gop presidential candidates attended a poverty summit in south carolina. the kemp forum on expanding opportunity was moderated by house speaker paul ryan and south carolina senator tim scott. candidates speaking included mike huckabee, ben carson, and chris chris tee. chris tee says republican
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more attention to minority groups. >> we need to be going into african-american churches. we need to be going into the hispanic communities and the barrios to make sure that we do, and jeb and paul are right on this -- we go there first to listen. don't go there first with a ten point plan, because thehe don't want the hear it. >> >>evan: gop front runners donald trump and ted cruz did not attend the summit. buncombe county residents got a chance to enroll for health insurance as the deadline to enroll for obama-care approaches. the ywca hosted certified navigators of the affordable care act yesterday to give assistance to those without insurance. to be eligible for coverage that begins february 1st, you have to enroll by january 15th. 91% of north carolina enrollees ( ) receive subsidies which help lower costs. >> you know, a lot of small employers who cannot afford to offer health insurance and therefore we can help them sign
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they may only have to pay 15 or $300 month for very very good coverage. >>evan: again the deadline to have coverage begin february 1st is this friday. the final date for 2015 open enrollment is the last day of the month, january 31st. details on the arrest of the so called affluenza mom. an arrest affidavit states tanya coach withdrew $30,000 from her bank account and told her husband he wouldn't see her or their son again. then, the pair fled to mexico. ethan couch is still there. last week a judge granted a temporary stay halting deportation proceedings. ethan couch was on probation for killing four people in a 2013 drunken driving accident when he was 16 years old. mexican authorities say "el chapo" will likely be extradited to the united states. fugitive joaquin guzman was recaptured this week after the escape that kept him on the run since july.
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including murder, drug trafficking, and money laundering. the mexican government says it will now begin the extradition process. "el chapo" is being held in the same maximum security prison from which he escaped. fans and fellow rock stars paid tribute to motorhead front man ian "lenny" kill myselfer ( ). his funeral was streamed live. outside his favorite bar, "the rainbow" on the strip, fans placed flowers an wrote messages on a giant picture of lenny. he passed away december 28th after a brief battle with an aggressive form of cancer. lenny was 70 years old. i got to say, i'm not a huge motorhead fan but it's impressive if you live that hard you can make it to 70 years old. >>zack: it's kind of respectable at that point? >>evan: the keith richards' type of longevity. >>zack: i don't know how he is still kicking around and he is
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>>evan: like a madman. >>zack: great guitarist. if you are out, clouds are around but we are clearing out. the winds are only going to be picking up. it will go to be a gusty day laughter on overall. clear skies. how long we keep the clear condition, i will let you know
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you all. rain was moving in and it's moving out. a bit of a wintry mix for a few areas, more so right now in macon county, just south of franklin, you can see the rain and yes the blue popping up a little bit of snow and we are seeing that higher elevations right across the north carolina and tennessee border. but limited in terms of activity throughout the morning hours. already starting to clear things out across the region. i think overcast skies are still going to dominate for the early morning hours and then the clouds are going to move right along. and we will see sunshine, blue skies, and some wind picking up later on this afternoon. now, rain showers in last night's event brought us about a quarter to half inch of rain. as we anticipated it leaves little in terms of impact. maybe wet roadways and dense fog but the fog is going to be lifting off and the temperatures, instead of warming up are going to be sliding down. right now into the upper 30s and low-to-mid 40s for those in the mountains. closer to 50 degrees down in the upstate.
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of the day. once a second front rolls through we have clear skies an our temperatures are falling down. as we make our way into the overnight hours they will be decreasing dramatically, even into the upper teens an low 20s and with the wind, that's going to make a very chilly start to our work week. so, there it goes. the cloud cover, the rain showers, pushing off to the east. much more of the same this afternoon. maybe even more clearing of that cloud cover. and then, as we make our way into the evening hours, watch sunday, bringing us into tomorrow morning. we are going to see nothing but sunshine and that is going to lend itself to some very cold weather. even single digits in termsf our wind chill values because those winds are really not going to be letting up. we could see gusts pushing up to closer 30-40 miles per hour, especially for those east of i-26 up towards avery county and making our way further ooh to the east towards the petemont and the foothills. the winds are quieting down ever so slight city but we are seeing it bringing it into tomorrow morning and that's when we have
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here is your afternoon, we are not going to call it highs because the warmest temperatures of the day are this morning. we are going to decrease them back, even into the upper 30s in some mountain locations. still holding on to the lower 50s down in the upstate. and then just partly cloudy skies going into lunchtime. i think even more clearing as we head into the afternoon hours. taking a hit once again on monday afternoon. upper 30s and low 40s. a slight rebound on tuesday. but look at the headline, mountain morning snow come wednesday morning. i do think it's more so for the higher elevations. our temperatures in the afternoon hours, going to be even hovering around the freezing point in some locations. a bit of a rebound in our temperatures for the end of the work week. and i thinkmt >>evan: coming up in the "carolina kitchen," chef adam wilson and sous chef rodrigo maura of the square root show
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>>evan: we are back in the kitchen with chef adam wilson and rodrigo maura with the square root restaurant. we have had fun with pears. owe showed us how to make a wine combination and steep the pears in it and we have a salad and dessert. now we will make up a pear and pancetta flat bread? >> yes, this will be great for a lala lunch or nice appetizer. we have prepared some flat breads which was basically
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and a little bit of herbs. rodrigo will brush that with a little extra virgin olive oil and we will grill it again. >>evan: okay. >> in the meantime, i have pancetta, which is cured pork belly. >>evan: fancy bacon. >> we will start off rendering it, which means browning it and get it nice and crispy and get out some of the juice. with that, we will add a little bit of sliced yellow onions. >>evan: why yellow? i never know which onion to pick, adam. tell me which onion i want. i got red and white and yellow? >> a lot of times if you are eating a raw onion, yellow is too sharp. so, like in a salad we tend to put the red onions. >>evan: and white or yellow is a matter of taste? >> it's taste. the onions are getting translucent and the fancy bacon, as you called it, is getting nice and crispy. you see some of those juices
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so rodrigo sliced the pear. we are go ahead and add a half a pear to the pan. >>evan: you put it right in there with it? >> right in there. one of the most important parts of this dish is we will take a little bit of that delicious poaching liquid and it will go into the hot pan. that's going to reduce down to a syrup and get nice and sticky. >> >>evan: okay. >> then we will let it reduce for 30 seconds, see how it's all coming together? >>evan: yes. >> and then, we have some delicious organic arugula ( ). so we have a nice sweet component and this is a little bit of tartnesssnd bitterness going into it. >>evan: we will put that right over the top of that olive oil-brushed flatbread. >> and we will finish that with
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>>evan: a nice blue cheese. that looks delicious and i will tell you whether it is coming up
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the guys f >>zack: welcome back. clear conditions already across the mountains after some rain showers did roll through in the overnight hours. now, fog could be seen if you are heading out on the roadways early this morning. 42 degrees right now in asheville with the wind at about 8 miles per hour. they are going to be whipping around later on this afternoon. our temperatures are also going to be decreasing as we make our way through the rest of the day. down in the upstate, much more of the same. maybe just a little more cloud cover. 46 degrees is what we are at for the moment. your sun rise is official in just about 15 minutes. that's 7:40 and we will be seeing those clear conditions sticking around as we make our way through this afternoon and the start of the work week but our temperatures are certainly taking a hit. the afternoon highs only in the
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>>evan: a dramatic film debuts friday about the benghazi tryst attack called 13 hours telling the story of cia officers who were told to stand down when they tried to rescue americans under attack at a satellite compound. this week's episode of "full measure" has new information on the investigation. news 13's jay siltzer talked to investigative reporter sharyl attkisson about the findings. >>jay: good morning, sharyl. you, of course, received an investigative emmy award nomination for your reporting on benghazi. what havav you turned up new for this week? >> we have new information on another rescue interrupted. these were so called special forces who were operating not far away while these americans were under attack on foreign soil. and we now know that they were ready, available, and bottoms up as they say in the military to go into benghazi, not long into that night and yet, were not use. we know that even though the military requested the state department to prepareo ask for permission to enter libya's air space the permission was never
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so, that raises a lot of questions about who was calling the shots and what was decided fairly early on on that night. >>jay: it's been three years and there have been many investigations. what new evidence, if any, is there at this stage? >> you have to remember that we still don't he all the documents, all the answers, all the e-mails that we have been requesting for three years. that's being with held. we don't know what the president did that night. e-mails are still trickling out. we may never have them all. but there are some that are yes are recently being made available because the government is being sued over not turning over this material and one discusses the military sending the e-mail too the state department making the special forces available and ready to go into benghazi. that's how we know that in addition to other sources who have come forward and spoken to us. >>jay: and of course it still remain as hot topic on capitol hill especially with representative tray gaudi ( ).
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>> yes, the benghazi committee continues its work. >>evan: new details this morning on a structure fire in brevard. we are live on the scene next. and, more on that powerball lottery after the break. caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his sunshine. i am his advocate. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to his current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's.
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the fire in brevard. this is a look at east main street. it's completely shut down right now. fire crews are just wrapping up. they responded to a fire where the old guggan's fire used to be. a man who lives in an upstairs apartment says his dog woke imhundred to flames coming through the floor. took fire crews to an hour to knock it out. they believe it was caused by an electrical issue. the building is now unsafe for the tenant to return this morning. there is also a beauty salon downstairs that will be displaced. but luckily we are told no one was hurt. that's very good news. we like that. and we have got a lot going on today. the big thing if yoyo are waking up and joining us, the powerball lottery, don't bother checking your numbers as hope is saying because you didn't win. no one did. that powerball jackpot unclaim and it looks like the estimates for wednesday night's drawing is around $1.3 billion. >>zack: amazing number.
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we saw overcast skies in the overnight hours but the sunshine is returning today. your sun rise is going to be official in just about 10 minutes. now, as another front rolls through today, the winds are going to be picking up in a big way. we could see gusts over 30 miles per hour. the warmest temperature of the day, actually going to be seen this morning. our temperatures will fall off and we will keep things on the cool side for the upcoming work week. how long does this cold snap last? i will give you all the details coming up in a little bit. >>evan: the powerball jackpot has the country talking after no one won in last night's drawing. that means you have another shot at it. the estimated jackpot for wednesday night's drawing is $1.3 billion. news 13's hope hanselman joins us live in the studio. wewe have been talking about it all morning and some people made a little bit of minnesota on last night's drawing? >>hope: yes, relatively. little.
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drawing number, the powerball is 13. but now lottery officials anticipate $1.3 billion on the table for the drawing later in the work. the biggest worldwide jackpot ever. sales have just been soaring over the weekend for powerball tickets. the u.s. saw about $4$0 million in sales on saturday. more than $5 million of that were sold in a single hour in texas. as much fun i have had talking about what you can do with all of that money? here is a reality check. there are plenty of winners who blow all of their money too soon. for example, a west virginia man, andrew whittaker in 2002, he took the lump sum payout of $170 million according to cnn he just carried around too much cash on him all the time and was robbed far too often including a briefcase full of cash at a strip club. he is now 70 years old and still working. an example o o what not to do.
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>>zack: i guess so. >>hope: the cash payout in this jackpot is $800 million. $806 million to be exact. the overwhelming majority of powerball winners choose the lump sum payout. >>zack: i think i would, too. >>evan: we have been talking awhat to do with the money, i want to talk your actual chances of winning. it's hard to get your mind around it. right? one in 292,000,000, those are the odds. so, i read something on-line, if you took baseballs and stretched them from boston to l.a., lined them up, right? touching each other all the way from boston to l.a.? your chances of winning is like if you drove all the way from boston to l.a. and somewhere along the line you just picked the random baseball out. your chances of doing that are five times better than winning the lottery. >>hope: what? no way. >>evan: that is how you have to think about this. it's just -- i don't even know the word "luck" applies. >>zack: i don't think i could pick the right baseball from here to here. [indicating]
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>>hope: you crushed a lot of dreams this morning. thanks. good morning to you. evan just ruined your day. >>evan: financial analysts say if you take all the money you put into lottery and put it in the market you would be much better off 50 years down the road. >>zack: you can't win if you don't play. >>hope: and this guy mr. whittaker in west virginia was able to win, you have to have some hope. >>evan: it's got to be somebody, right? somebody has to win. >>zack: might as well be you. >>evan: thanks so much, hope. >>hope: yes. >>evan: a madison county fire destroys a barn and sends a family running for their home. this is in other news. but thankfully everyone is safe thanks to a quick thinking teenager. the barn went up in flames at 3 o'clock saturday afternoon. next door, 17 year-old erving vasquez with several of his family members. vasquez says someone honked their horn to let him know about the fire. he sprang into actionelling his family members to get out. then he went the extra mile to help his mom.
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it was crazy because i just got out of the shower as well and it happened all to a of a sudden. >>evan: the barn is a total loss but no people or animals are injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation. authorities will resume the search for aga man later this morning. they say he fell from a waterfall in macon county. first responders were dispatched to dry falls near highlands around noon yesterday. officials say a man fell from the falls into the cullasaja river ( ). swift water crews searched the area but that effort was called off at dark. a section of highlands road near turtle pond road remains closed to give emergency workers better access to the scene. protests escalate in cologne germany after sexual assaults and robberies that happened on new year's eve. the crimes are being blamed largely on migrants who are seeking asylum there. german chancellor angela merkel is calling for stricter laws to better regulate the new arrivals.
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>>reporter: this was the scene saturday in cologne, germany. protestors filled the streets clashing with police, furious over the new year's eve mob sex assaults. at one point, police in riot gear responding with tier gas, and water cannons. >> germanuthorities charged 31 sus expects, including 18 asylum seekers in the sex attack, and muggings in cologne. many protestors were angry at the police response as well as the influx of migrants into europe. german chancellor angela merkel received criticism for her prorefugee policy spoke out saturday, condemning the new year's eve attacks as disgusting criminal acts, deserving of a decisive response. >> when offenses are committed, we will have consequences for these firm applications. this is in the interest of the citizens of germany. but also in the interest of the great majority of the refugees
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>> cologne's police chief was fired amid crit sivment of his violence. they received nearly 400 complaints on new year's eve with about 40% being investigated as sex crimes. i'm mary malone, reporting. >>evan: police in new york city say a 25 year-old patrolman was wounded over the weekend in a shootout. the officer was responding to numerous 911 calls about a large street fight involving guns, bat, and knives. >> backup units arrived. the office engaged in a gun fight during which police officers stuart was struck in the right angle. he returned gun fire, striking the male suspect four times. >>evan: officer stewart is in stable condition this morning. the suspect is 19 year-old christopher rice who is listed in serious condition. a nebraska pub goes up in flames. yesterday an explosion at m.'s pub in omaha, shortly afterwards flames burst through the front
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manager of the pub says everyone inside was able to get out safely and no major injuries were reported. the cause of that fire is under investigation. the u.s.a. national psychloe cross championships continue today for the final day of races. huge crowds have been gathering at the biltmore estate all week to watch. cyclists of all ages are in asheville to race around the estate. several thousand people are visiting to watch some of the best athletes on two wheels. you can catch the cyclists at antler hill, the spectator fee is $15. looks like a good event, zack, and if they go out what will they see? >>zack: it's already clearing across the region. we saw cloud cover yesterday, some rain rolling through. you may see some wet conditions the you step out the door in the early morning but there you go, sun rise is official in one minute. you can see the cloud cover disappearing. we will continue with the blue sky this afternoon, much more the same for the work week but temperatures are falling off.
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go, coming up after the break. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>zack: good sunday mornrng, a wintry mix, clear skies in others. you saw it on the leicester carpet sales skycam network just before the break. already trying to get that cloud cover out of our region. but, there you go. right across that north carolina and tennessee border, still some
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mixing with just a little bit of snow. of course this is for the higher elevation, limited impact this morning, but after yesterday's event, anywhere between a quarter to half an inch of rain. so, really not a whole l l of activity to be speaking of and little impact because it was in the overnight hours. wet roadways and maybe just a little bit of fog could be seen if you are heading out the door in the early morning, may have reduced visibility at times, but overall, that fog is going to be lifting off and our temperatures instead of warming up are actually going to be cooling down, following another front coming across our region. so, right now, upper 30s and low 40s for those in western north carolina. still closer to the 50 degrees mark in some portions of the upstate. but we will decrease the temperatures with those skies clearing and the wind certainly picking um. the first front rolling through, taking precipitation and pushing to the north and east at this point. you see the second front. now it's a little weaker but on the back side of that we are talking high pressure and we are talking about windy conditions
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mountain locations. so, a breezy, clear and gusty day overall. but again, i do think it's probably the pick of the weekend. if you are thinking about heading outdoors. so, there you go. clearing already by about lunchtime. later on this afternoon, looking at plenty of sun. i do think this trend is going to continue as we make our way into the overnight hours. take a look at this. we will go 6 p.m. tonight to 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. and all really looking at some of those clear skies. and that's going to be dropping off our temperatures dramatically. our overnight lows into the upper teens an low 20s. but the wind chill value is actually going to be down into single digits. so a very chilly start to our work week. the red, orange and yellow you are seeing on the screen here, gusts upwards of 40 miles per hour as we make our way east of i-26. maybe quieting things down as we head into the afternoon and evening hours. but still, going to be upwards of about 5, 10, maybe 12 miles per hour for tomorrow morning. so, it is going to be a bit of a blustery start heading into the work week. temperatures this afternoon,
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upper 30s and low 40s. much more of the same tomorrow. a slight rebound come tuesday with a little more cloud cover. now, wednesday, take a look at the headline. mountain morning snow going to be possible again, similar situation as today. we are looking at the north carolina and tennessee border. temperatures, however, going to be into the low and mid 30s across the reink. and then a slight rebound with clearer conditions as we head into the end of the week. >> >>luke: the unca tar heels are one of the hottest teams in the country and they end the weekend on a 7 game winning streak. carolina on the road at syracuse saturday. head coach jim bayheim returning to the bench after he was suspended the past nine games. 3 minutes to play, great ball movement from the heels, isaiah hix with the foul, scores 21. marcus page makes the nice pass to justin jackson who hits the floater, heels lead 73-66, next
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johnson finds justin jackson down low off the glass, carolina up 77-69. then into bryce johnson going up and under. reverse along the baseline. plus the foul. johnson scores 16. unc beats excuse 84-73, heels improve to 4-0 in conference first ever 4-0 acc start for carolina under roy williams. >> former christ school bask rrel star marshal plumly is finding his groove for duke. the blue devils played saturday and he made his mark in a big way. panthers coach roncy neverra seez a good one from the blue devils. he gets ten rebounds and puts it home with a thunderous dunk right there, two hands, plumly scores a career high 21 points. entering the game, brandon ingram make as great pass to plumly who lays it in right there, great game for plumly, then gray son allen goes
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big, 50-23 at half, more of the same in the second half as allan beats everyone to the rim. duke beats virginia tech yesterday, your final is 82-58. that's your look at sports. have a great start to your day, everyone. i'm luke notestine inform news i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common.
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with xarelto . xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto . hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, n't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto , watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures.
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any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto is the number one presesibed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . >>evan: this week gop presidential candidate donald trump is hitting hillary clinton pretty hard. he is using her husband's infidelities against her. chris phrase has been following the story from washington. >> the way she's been treated is just more evidence of the fact that our condition try has so much hatred towards successful women and and inability to separate their accomplishments from that of powerful men. >> lena dunham, the creator of the hit show "girls" taking
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who is taking an attack at her for bill clinton's transgressions. >> women's rights are human rights and women's rights are human rights once and for all. let's keep fighting for opportunity and dignity. >>reporter: on the stump. >> she wants to accuse me of things and the husband is one of the great abusers of the world? give me a break. give me a break. >>reporter: and on twitter. >> i hope bill clinton starts talking a i bout women's issues so voters can see what a hypocrite he is and how hillary abused those women. the worst thing hendersonvillery could do is have her husband come pain for her. just watch. >> the state republican lawmaker got in on the act, heckling clinton about her husband's sexual improprieties a the a new hampshire campaign event. >> you are very rude and i'm not going to ever call on you. thank you. >>reporter: bill clinton says he won't fire back unless trump becomes the gop nominee. >> i don't have a response. if he wins the republican
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i have no interest in doing anything except trying to help hillary. >>reporter: trump says he went on the offensive after hillary clinton called him sexist but admits if his attacks hurt him with women voters he will back off. >> i hit him pretty hard. maybe they won't be attacking me anymore. because, you know, i am somebody that has great respect for women. believe me. and i will do a great job, far better for women than hillary ever will do for women. but i certainly can tone it down. there's no question about that. >>evan: 7:50. let's look at today's mind teaser. back in 1941, m&ms were sold in cardboard tubes so we are asking what colors did they use for the coating? the answer is for you after the
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>> >>evan: a live from east main street in brevard, it's completely shut down right now. fire crews are wrapping up.
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structure fire where the old duggan's rest wrawnt used to be. a man who lived in the2 upstairs apartment says he woke up to his dog barking for the fire. they think the fire was caused due to an eckly trillion issue. there is a beauty salon down stair apand they are displaced as well but no one was hurt. the answer took.com/news day's mind teaser. in 1941 mars created m&ms and sold them in cardboard tube. originally, so they could put them in soldier's rations without them melting. that's a little fact for you. so what colors did they use for the coating? that's what we are asking today in the mind teaser. >>zack: the answers are brown, red, orange, yellow, green, or violet coating. in 1995 the company ran a color contest in which the color blue was then added to the lineup. >>evan: i remember that. that was a big deal. everyone was voting for that are favorite color. >>zack: i don't remember that. >>evan: you were probably around 4. >>zack: right around there.
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of the show tasting the food from chef adam wilson and sous chef rodrigo, gentlemen, thanks for the fun with pears. >> they are a lot of fun this time of year. >>zack: the presentation of this, i don't know if you can see -- >>evan: can i eat this flower? >> it's edible. the it's from our garden. >>zack: from your garden? really. >>evan: i will grab this. this is great. >>zack: a bit of a sketchy situation. >>evan: might be messy. >>zack: oh my gosh. success. >>evan: there we go. >>zack: oh, wow, that's fantastic. >>evan: you guys never dissip disappoint. there is never a time you disappoint when you come on here. oh my goodness. now that i have food in my mouth, let's try to get the weather forecast for you right now. looking at clear conditions. as we make our way into the afternoon hours today. warmest temperatures of the day, actually coming this morning, that shine will stick around
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mountain morning snow, possible for the middle of the week. >>evan: whoa. flurries right there. we should probably note to self, we should probably not bite at the same time. bad idea. >>zack: good idea. we will take turns. >>evan: gma is next on news 13.
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