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real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company good sunday morning to you. a live shot of the rock & roll hall of fame. it is going to be the most gorgeous day, sunday, february 28th, 42 . i'm joined with my good friend beth mcleod a little under the weather today. maybe it will dry you out today. bet -- >> beth: i know it is going to be 60.
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a couple areas may not make it to that. look outside, no weather issues except for the wind. the wind is going to kill the beautiful picture. 44 along the lake shore, warmer, clear, winds out of the south southwest for the day side, 41 hopkins, 37 canton, 41 norwalk. 38 ashtabula. we are starting off where our normal daytime highs are. 12 warmer than when we started off yesterday. i thought yesterday was great. spring fever is going to be everywhere today. by lunchtime mid 50s. 60 mark almost everybody should hit that, could be a couple areas that show off and
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it spring is 20 days away and we have more winter weather coming our way. our problem today is wind, gusts upwards 40, possibly 50 miles an hour. rain moves in tonight, snow by the mid of the week. >> denise: hillary clinton posted a big win in south carolina. sanders says the democratic campaign isn't over yet. a look at numbers and what it means heading into the super tuesday contest. >> reporter: not just a win, decisive win for hillary clinton in south carolina. >> we've gone through four states i want to congratulate senator sanders for running a great race. tomorrow this campaign goes national! >> reporter: looking at
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indicator of how she may fare in multiple southern contests. exit polls indicated african-american voters are counted for 6 in 10 voters in south carolina. they will be in georgia, arkansas, alabama and virginia. clinton has wins in three of the first four contests like did -- lick donald trump in the republican field. >> we need to make america whole again. >> reporter: sanders spent primary day in texas and minnesota part of his super ties day strategy. >> i congratulate secretary clinton on her strong victory. tuesday over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many of them. >> reporter: clinton with the win and momentum in the last
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>> denise: on the gop side, ohio governor kasich says he's going to beat trump in ohio and once that happens, everything will change. >> i will never believe that i'm not going to be the nominee. there's always kinds of reasons to believe it. i'm the last governor standing. there were 16 in the race it is down to four, five of us. and i believe that we are doing well, getting -- gaining momentum from the political and financial perspective. if i get head-to-head with donald trump in ohio, i beat him by 18 points. i believe i'm going to be the nominee. >> denise: you can read up on what the candidates are saying by checking out the election tab on the cleveland19.com homepage. police investigating an
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and asked for money after brandishing a gun he's 5'9, and between 150, 165, early 20s, 30s. call police if you have information. police investigate a double homicide in canton, the victims are two brothers it happened wednesday 10th street northeast officers found 42-year-old and 40-year-old brother dead. neighbors reported hearing as many as 30 gunshots. believes have not made arrests. police investigating overnight shooting at intersection east 1 16th and mlk, two american were shot another hurt by flying glass. protest over deer calling,
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city is thinning the herd. they say the trap and bolt method is too brutal. >> there's no way this is a peaceful youth that i shah. this is a full -- euthanasia this is a full death. >> denise: they would like the city to consider other methods. the method was approved by city council and using that method is a done deal. police say people that you see stole a wallet from a purse and charged $8,000 worth of stuff with a credit card at the whole foods and target in university heights. call police if you recognize these people. two major events in cleveland, opening weekend for the auto show, plus huge wizard world comicon. >> reporter: come mcbook fans invaded the convention center today.
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as overdressed. the stephens family competes as a fun way to bond. >> we started over a year ago. the first one was cincinnati. we have family here we thought it would be fun this is our 7th convention. >> reporter: this is the second year the wizard world convention has stopped in cleveland. >> excited makes you feel famous for day. everybody wants to take pictures with you. >> talking to other people and taking pictures with them is a great experience. >> reporter: and celebrities like the walking dead star. >> it has been great look at the crowds really big group today. this saturday is essential. >> reporter: there was another crowd at the ix center enticed
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out and shop. is weather putting new the mood to buy a new car? >> absolutely! >> reporter: dealers are thanking the weather and gas prices which seems to be causing people to give suv's a longer look. >> i've been looking at trucks and suv's, simply because the lower gas prices are an incentive. december comicon ends tomorrow. the auto show -- ends march 6th. we have information on cleveland19.com. coming up, it is that time of the year fish fry time. that fish has health benefits, we'll explain. one woman's ride to help find a cure for diabetes. she join s us live in studio. >> beth: it is going to be a
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want to wash your car, today is great for it, open up the doors and let mother nature vacuum it out. tomorrow not as nice not bad just cooler. tuesday don't wash your car, rain, snow, back to winter. i'll explain all seven days,
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>> denise: welcome back. we mary about the benefits of eating fish often. a fish fry might make you think the benefits are wiped out by the greasey fried part.
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case. of >> reporter: oh yeah, the familiar sights, sounds and mouth watering anticipation of a fish fry in northeast ohio. go for it is what some doctors are saying, with good reason. fish like salmon and cod is gain for the brain. >> it is a healthy fat, a good fat that largely goes into making up our brain cells and the coverings of our brain cells. >> reporter: a neurologist says that means it is a good line of defense against deter ing brain function. >> we know people that have a mild form of memory problem, they take omega 3, they have a longer time until they develop dementia. it tends to delay progression. >> reporter: of course, he
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preferable over fried for reasons we all know. even fried he says, you still get the brain benefits. for full benefits the recommendation is four servings a week. >> if you go to a restaurant, fillet of salmon is probably two servings. then tuna fish sandwiches, that's your four servings for the week. >> denise: i love those fish fries. >> beth: so awesome. >> denise: that time of the year. an indication that the weather is breaking and spring is on is way. today it is going to feel that way. >> beth: it. it is going to get the grills warm because of the wind. >> denise: we've had that problem the last couple of weeks. >> beth: spring fever today without a doubt. we are starting off where we should be for our daytime high.
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sunshine, here comes the sun, beautiful, beautiful! not a cloud in the sky. >> beth: we are doing all right. future view temperatures gets you through the day, i started off at noon in the 40s now, you can see by lunchtime, 56 , mid 50s, by lunch, going to warm up nicely, southwest wind going to turn breezy and dangerously so this afternoon and worse overnight. 2:00 in the afternoon, 60s starting to pop out, 61 pops out. i'm going to run it to monday morning look what happens to our temperatures cold front puts us back into reality, worse, because we are going to be cold for the entire week. wind direction out of the south breezy now, as we go through the day, sustained winds, you can see the stronger of the winds towards
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cleveland during the wind advisory, 40 miles an hour out of the southwest. they continue tonight bring rain with it, then slow monday, monday breezy but the winds will be out of the northwest, making it much colder. clouds eastside and lake shore. no worry about rain yet, that will come in tonight as this system comes into our area. any time after 10:00 tonight rain until 3:00 in the morning. future view nothing. just what you want to hear. warm, just the wind is going to kill some of this. clouds work in by 10:00 at night, here comes the rain north northwest, midnight we see scattered light rain showers moderate rain no big deal, as temperatures drop, you know the routine, we still have rain coming down, a mix of rain/snow or some could transition into snow. monday morning it should be
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watch out for icing on the roadways and sidewalks on the secondary street, odot usually all over it. monday, a fairly nice day, just cooler. today 60 , popping up everywhere your car is going to stay warmer in some spots, akron, canton not under the wind advisory tonight 32 , rainy time after 10:00. the winds will be crazy until 2, 3:00 in the morning when they come out of the northwest and then start settling didn't tomorrow 46 . the probe -- settling down, tomorrow 46 . monday night we could see snow it will change to rain by tuesday, back into the 40s, ford first alert weather day change back to snow tuesday night giving us a heavy, wet snow commute wednesday, are
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ups and downs of spring, right now into march, chance of snow thursday, well below average towards next weekend, denise next weekend is looking dry just below average. >> denise: coming up, an ohio state player injured. >> still to come, a woman's daughter is her inspiration
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>> denise: ohio state
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during a 40 yard dash. no word on what it may mean for his future. here's mark schwab. >> reporter: the combine continues in indianapolis, browns hope to find key to their future. yesterday guys running for their livelihoods on the fast track you saw cookout there sprinting and throwing, looking good, many say north dakota's wench stole the show he had giant hands people impressed head coach of the browns says size does mary. >> we play in a division where there's rain, snow and it is different. guys who have big hands can grip the ball better in those environment mental situations. we'll look for a -- guy that fits and his hand size is important. >> reporter: cavs in action today against the wizards trying to get back on track
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to, brutal won't be easy for irving now he has to go up against wall. tip off later today at 1:00. >> denise: when we come back, we'll be joined live in studio with one woman who is going be
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>> denise: good morning. hilary clinton won big at last night's south carolina primary beating out sanders. she has now won three out of the four contests. her campaign sees that as a
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well on super tuesday. states include georgia arkansas, alabama and virginia. donald trump also tied with clinton winning three out of four contests for the republicans. ohio governor kasich says he's going to beat donald trump in ohio and once that happens everything will change. >> i would never believe that i'm not going to be the nominee. there's all kinds of reasons for me to believe it. because you know what, i'm the last governor standing. there were 16 in the race, it is down to four, five of us. and i believe that we are doing well. we are gaining momentum from a political and financial perspective. and look, if i get head-to-head with donald trump in ohio i beat him by 18 points. i believe that i'm going to be the nominee. >> denise: a ku klux klan
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violent three stabbed and several arrested. anaheim police looking for one man wanted on suspicion of assault. police have not released any other details. >> in virginia a rookie police officer was shot and killed. her name was ashley. when authority add arrived they found a woman killed. the "washington post" reports one person was taken into custody. absolutely spectacular day that we are looking at. high of close to 60 beth today? >> beth: definitely going to feel like spring hardly a cloud going to be gorgeous get out and enjoy it mainly because it is only here one day. spring fever you will have it by the end of the day the winds going to kick in look at the roof camera, gorgeous not a cloud out there 44 , winds
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into the afternoon 44 euclid and lakewood, 41 lyndale, 38 shaker heights, 39 in strongsville. 41 in ashtabula. 45 in madison rock creek 38 . 12 warmer than where we were yesterday. starting off where our daytime high is. this isn't supposed to say tomorrow's forecast it is supposed to say today. today beautiful, monday cooler. 36 days until opening day. warm and windy, gusts over 40 miles an hour are expected this afternoon, that means high profile vehicles are going to be tricky, you have to put our shopping cart away, if not it is going through the
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someone's car, rain overnight, gone bay monday i'll let you know our next weather woes coming up. >> denise: track the forecast wherever you are by downloading the cleveland 19 first alert forecast app. millions around the world are affected by type i diabetes the cause unknown, many children ever affected. i'm joined by julie who has been gearing up for the ride for the cure. a charity to help cure type i diabetes. good morning julie. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> denise: important distinction, you said this is type i diabetes that you are riding for? >> yes, [ talking over each other ] known as juvenile diabetes. >> they don't call it that way
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>> approximately 85% of type i diabetics are adults. >> denise: we are facebook friends. i was taken by a lot of the pictures that you have posted of your daughter. you write this is why i ride. tell us about your daughter and how you became involved to know so much about type i diabetes? >> wow, how did i become involved. >> denise: started with your daughter. >> she was diagnosed as 6-years-old in kindergarten, my husband a physician indirectly diagnosed her. at the time his mother was in hospice so we kind of brushed it to the side, so to speak. there she is [ talking over each other ] >> excessive thirst, frequent urination, weight loss.
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fruity smell to the breath and others i'm sure i'm for getting. >> denise: the symptoms stood out you knew something was going on? >> yes. i called the pediatrician's office on a friday afternoon and the nurse said based on the symptoms it sounds like something we can push off until monday. always trust your mommy instincts. when i insisted on taking her in and her pediatrician did a simple urine test which shows glucose in the urine on the spot, diagnosed her with type i diabetic -- he said go straight to rainbow and they will have a room waiting for you. >> denise: this is manageable. what does she have to do? i think we have video of her treating herself. >> it is manageable, it is a
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take vacations. in the beginning we were doing multiple daily injections. she would take insulin four to six times a day. now she is on an insulin pump and she changes her insulin pump every three days, continuous coast monitor which she changes every seven days and does her finger sticks 10 to 12 times a day. [ talking over each other ] >> denise: the main reason is your daughter, you want to find a cure. >> i'm doing a ride today, at 2 p.m.. >> denise: here's video of you training. a lot of training. >> probably six days a week only going to get worse when spring comes. >> denise: how long is the
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>> 45 minutes at harness cycle for all levels of riders. you can be a beginner or advanced. >> denise: people can come today? >> i believe we still have about eight spots open. >> denise: that's great. >> $25 minimum donation. proceeds go to that's not the link. that. you are back in the next hour. we are going to be putting a link on our website and my facebook page with. you also have a facebook page we'll get that up on our website and cleveland 19. >> thank you. >> denise: thanks so much julie. coming up a dream to dance turns into a wish come true for a little girl born with a
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she is becoming a ballerina for a day tiffani tucker has that story. >> i needed a new heart. >> reporter: 6-year-old hope has been through a lot, born with half a heart, no 11 cull. she needed a transplant, two -- no ventricle. she needed a transplant. >> being in a walker, wheelchair, going through intensive inpatient rehab to ballet. who would have imagined. >> reporter: yes, hope is getting her wish to be a ballerina. be on stage and perform with other dancers. a special wish foundation along with the ballet studio in shaker heights making that happen.
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company's upcoming peter pan performance. her 12-year-old partner jack couldn't be more proud. >> it is a big honor to be chosen to help her, because she is really amazing and she has gone through a lot and she's very active, she has such a great spirit. >> reporter: a simple wish for a little girl with a big heart who has one word to describe what it is like to share her >> happy. >> reporter: check out hope's performance next month. we have all that information on our mobile app and you can check it out on our website. tiffani tucker, cleveland 19. >> denise: we've been hearing that young voters could have a big impact on the 2016 election that's why some students are doing their part to get out the youth vote. we went to see how.
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class of 2016, their service project this year is your voice, your vote tar gelling ages 16 to 26. they sponsored a booth at the mall last weekend with a voting machine and sample ballot and let everyone know that civic involvement is important at any age. >> it is important because we want everybody to know that their voice does matter and they might think i'm just one person but you can really go people. so the country can be how you want it to be. >> you want to control what is going on in your community, the best way do that is vote on issues that you think are good for your community >> denise: the kids are also doing get out the vote public service announcements and videos for their school.
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this is jesse and she wants you to adopt him or her. we'll tell you more about her, after the break. >> beth: great day to get out with your dog, even the cats who like to prowl around just windy. our grasses could start greening up, except then it will go dormant again tomorrow, we'll be much colder again,
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stnger, hethy enam >> denise: cyber hack into the irs is worse than thought. scammers gained access to more than 700,000 accounts more than double than previously estimated. data could be used to file a
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refund. irs is mailing notifications to affected taxpayers. swabbing robots for humans on assembly lines. german automaker says row about thes can't handle the complexity of custom mized options offered. mercedes benz processes 1500 tons of steel a day, more than 400,000 vehicles a year. sending mail getting cheaper. price of a first class stamp going down in 2014 the u.s. postal service was given permission to increase prices temporarily, the extra charges ending april 10th, the price will again be 47 cents. right now it is 49 cents. pokemon officially 20 years. in honor of the milestone the company is releasing a new video.
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announces two new games coming out this fall. oscar gold fills tinsel town this weekend, the red carpet is rolled out for the 88th annual academy awards. amid preparations protests are planned for hollywood's biggest night. >> reporter: hollywood knows how to throw a party. at the governor's ball venue, champagne chilling, artwork up, wolfgang puck's feet. >> we through in -- [ unintelligible ] >> reporter: experts expect plenty of surprise winners. >> i don't remember an oscar race that was more confusing than this year, because the big prize is really up for grabs. >> reporter: after five
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leonardo dicaprio's year. larson front-runner for best actress. no clear-cut favorite in supporting actor and actress category. it is hard to talk oscars this year without mentioning the lack of diversity and nominees. protests are scheduled across the country. snoop dogg saying the oscars weren't made for us. >> the film industry is 20 years behind what television is. they have to catch up or people are going to stop going to movies. >> reporter: the controversy could be a dark cloud hanging over hollywood's brightest night. >> denise: chris rock is getting his jokes lined up, some say he should have stepped down as host. others say he's the perfect choice to get people talking. i love chris rock and i think he's going to do a bang-up job. the last time he did it, it
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>> beth: he's awesome at what he does. >> denise: i think he's going to do a great job talking about the elephant in the room. >> beth: the acceptance speeches, they've given all the people who could win, had to turn in names of people they are going to say thank you to and they are going to be on the prompter. >> denise: to make things move quicker. that's part of the fun of it though. >> beth: mother nature that's who we want to thank today. >> denise: we have pets up for adoption. we bring pets into the studio regularly, from the humane society of greater akron. now we are showcasing them every week. >> beth: this is the start of a new segment, two pets every week. you are looking at lance lot,
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found by a good samaritan. lancelot enjoys rolling and catnip and likes to sleep on someone's lap and likes to be an only cat. if you have a cat, maybe not a good idea but he's beautiful. >> denise: and jesse, 28 pounds, likes pets, belly rubs and plague and shows potential -- and playing and shows potential with living with another dog if you want to adopt from the humane society, visit them. >> beth: they a fun event this past week. bow-wow bingo.
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>> beth: regular bingo, instead of straight lines, cat tail, dog tailor hard. they did an awesome -- a lot of fun. >> denise: you won't have to cuddle up with pets today. you will be throwing those dogs off. >> beth: then they velcro back like your kids. live look at independence camera, traffic fine, lots of sun, no weather issues today, it is going to be great, sunday, today, i couldn't see myself on the prompter i have to see myself so i can see what i'm doing, 57 by lunchtime, 60s pop out quick in the afternoon almost everybody is going to touch that 60 mark well above
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monday morning, back into the freezing zone. winds is going to kill it for , gusts out there 28 miles per hour mansfield, 26 in lorain, west stronger winds, wind advisory is out, high profile vehicles tricky. right now the substained winds onstant flow of air is breezy everything is going to pick up this afternoon, future view sustained winds upwards of 30 miles an hour, that's the wind that takes your breath away when you walk outside. the gusts upwards of 40, possibly 50 miles an hour, starts pushing over trees. the wind is going to kill it for us, really dry, our next
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rain, future view shows we are fantastic to get going today, not a cloud out there maybe a couple here and there nothing that is going to slow you down tonight clouds thicken up great for barbecueing if you have a protected area. then rain, from 10:00 through 3 in the morning. we get cold enough in the future view we could see snow or a little rain/snow mix to get you going if you are an early monday morning commuter most commuters at 7:00 roads should be fine as in nothing new coming down but could be icy patches. monday partly sunny, not bad, just a little cool. today 60 , i'll take that, akron canton in the same boat some areas could top out more, tonight back to that freezing mark by monday morning commute,
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wet side that's what you will be watching out for monday morning. monday average, 41, 42 , leap year gives an extra day, nice, breezy monday, next system monday night, comes in the form of snow, changes to rain ford first alert weather day tuesday, then changes back to wintry mix and back to snow tuesday night into wednesday morning. the worst commute could be wednesday morning some of that snow could be heavy and wet. wednesday day side, cloudy, chance of rain fizzles as we go through the day. first alert weather day, tuesday, wednesday, thursday lake enhancement, friday to sunday, things sunnier, brighter on the cool side.
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enjoy today. there is yoko ono she was suffering from flu-like symptoms that left her exhausted and dehydrated. her rep and her son deny reports that she had a stroke saying she is fine and thank you everybody for their well wishes. ono turned 83-years-old this month. check out this run down cottage in australia, it was up for auction at the price of half a million dollars. turns out it was a scene from beyonce's 2013 music video, since it has become a tourist attraction. the 82-year-old woman who owns it had no idea who beyonce was back then and is glad queen
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her property value now she has a whooping retirement account. when we return, check out this awesome yo-yo stun, right there.
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pretty crazy yo-yo tricks and impressive slam-dunk. here's my man tony zarrella in this week's z awards. >> tony: you know what they say about the z awards? it has its ups and downs.
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but we got plenty of ups. >> announcer: that is illegal what he does! >> again this third quarter oh wow that should have been in the dunk contest. >> if were you allowed to have a partner it might have been. >> tony: sure, but try dialing long distance. >> announcer: curry hits 40 footer in the corner. >> tony: no, i mean long distance. >> announcer: oh! >> tony: it is all about the angle. and with that we're outta here but not before one final swing through spring training.
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of our winners -- congratulations to all of our winners. >> denise: pretty amazing. >> beth: can you do that? >> denise: sure, no big thing. everybody has a special talent. what is your talent besides weather? >> beth: cooking, i don't know. >> denise: you are an amazing cook. >> beth: you want to grill today. >> denise: look at that shot that is beautiful. >> beth: it is going to be so windy, it depends on where your grill is, you need to be careful. if you can block it, you will be okay. we are hitting 60 , i thought yesterday was nice, still cool. >> denise: the sun makes all the difference in the world. >> beth: monday cooler.
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mixed with rain tuesday, rain in the afternoon. >> denise: i like to live in denial. >> beth: i know, right. rain moves in tonight, tuesday that we'll have our eyes on, that's going to be an ugly day. wednesday not very pleasant, at least it is not going to snow. look at this, keep in mind, 60 today, i left that off, almost depressing when we go from 60 didn't to 31. those are daytime highs folks. -- >> beth: you can spin it. >> denise: i try to think positive. in the next hour, hilary clinton won big in the
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>> denise: good sunday morning to you. live picture of the rock & roll hall of fame. it is 44 in downtown cleveland i'm denise zarrella, joined by my good friend beth mcleod who has great news. we are not going to talk about the rest of the week. today is going to be great. >> beth: let's talk about just today. >> denise: our photographer mike brown out there. that can be hung up on a wall. >> beth: mike takes great
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looks like a postcard. >> denise: sunshine already shining. there are so many things to to do. >> beth: look at the roof cam, not a cloud in the sky. nothing getting in our way today. windy by this afternoon, breezy now, 45 as we go through the morning, the winds gonna pick up the wind couldn't of kills it for today. the wind picks up as we go afternoon. current temperatures, 42 hopkins, akron, 39 wooster, canton. 40 ashtabula, youngstown and warren, 43 in elyria, 13 warmer than where we were yesterday. just a little note normal daytime high force this time
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we are already there and then some. but, the spring fever-like day, doesn't quite make it to spring. spring is 20 days away cold by tomorrow morning. a one-day deal folks. warm and windy, gusts upwards of 40 two 43 miles an hour. -- 42, 43 miles an hour. rain light tonight from midnight through 3:00 in the morning. super early risers who like to drive to work at 4 a.m. in ashtabula, you could run into a little snow monday morning. by the time most of us go to work monday it will be fine, the roads could be icy, especially secretary streets, temperatures gonna dip that low monday. let's take a look at the wind
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currently, we don't have a lot of big wind gusts 23 miles an hour, breezy, sustained winds, the constant winds in the teens makes it a breezy day. as we go through today, look how the wind speeds pick up that's just sustained wind gusts going to push you over. right now we are having a camera problem, i think i'm tossing to break, correct? yep, be back with the latest (vo) when i first took jake home until i decided we both needed to eat better. now jake gets purina cat chow
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>> denise: welcome back. hillary clinton posts a big win in south carolina. sanders says the democratic campaign isn't over just yet. a report with a look at the numbers and what it means heading into the slate of
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>> reporter: not just a win, a decisive win for hillary clinton in south carolina. >> we've gone through four early states. i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race. and tomorrow, this campaign goes national! >> reporter: the campaign looking at south carolina results as an indicator on super tuesday they hope south carolina would show strength among minority voters. polls indicate african-americans voters are counted for more than 6 in 10 in south carolina, key in states like georgia, arkansas, bahama and virginia. clinton has wins in three of the four first contests like donald trump in the republican field. >> america has never stopped being great. but, we do need to make america whole again. >> reporter: sanders said
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primary day in texas and minnesota. >> i congratulate secretary clinton on her strong victory. tuesday over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many of them. >> reporter: clinton with the big win and momentum before super tuesday. >> denise: on the gop side governor kasich says he's going to beat trump in ohio and once that happens, everything will change. >> i would never believe that i'm not gonna be the nominee. there's all kinds of reasons for me to belief it, because you know what? i'm the last governor standing. there were 16 in the race, it is down to four, five of us. and i believe that we are doing well, we are gaining momentum from a political and financial perspective. and look, if i get
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in ohio i beat him by 18 points. so i believe that i'm going to be the nominee. >> denise: read up on what the candidates are saying check out the cheese khraoez election tab on cleveland19.com homepage.
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>> denise: cleveland police investigating overnight shooting at east 1 16th and mlk someone opened -- fire on a car two shot, another hurt by flying glass. police are looking for suspects. protest in lyndhurst over a deer program it has been a controversy for several weeks some are upset over how the city wants to thin the herd they say the trap and bolt method is too brutal. >> no way this is peaceful euthanasia. this is a full death. >> denise: protesters would like the city to consider other methods. the lyndhurst mayor said the method was approved by city council and using this method is a done deal. take a look at the pictures you see. police say the people in the pictures stole a wallet from a purse and charged $8,000 worth
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the whole foods and target in university heights. call police if you recognize them. two events in cleveland, opening weekend for the auto show plus wizard world comicon. >> reporter: comic book fans invaded the convention center for wizard world comicon today. here there's no such thing as overdressed. the stephens family competes as a fenway to bond. >> we started a year ago the first one in cincinnati, we are from northern kentucky we have family here. we thought this would be fun this is our 7th convention we have been through. >> reporter: this is the second year in cleveland attracting die-hard fans. >> makes you feel famous for a day everybody wants to take pictures. >> talking with other people and taking pictures is a great experience.
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like the walking dead and star michael roker. >> it has been great, look at the people here, look at the crowds, really big group today, saturdays usually our big day, but this saturday is exceptional and we are having a great time. >> reporter: at the ix center there was another large crowd, enticed by the unseasonably warm weather to come out and shop. weather put you in the mood to buy a new car? >> absolutely and go south. >> reporter: and dealers are thanking the weather for the good turn out and gas prices which seems to be causing people to give suv's a longer look. >> i've been looking at trucks with crew cab and suv's. simply because the lower gas prices are an incentive. >> denise: coming up, that
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i love fish fry time. the fish obviously have health benefits, we'll tell you what they are. >> still to come, one woman's ride to help find a cure for type i diabetes. she joins us live in studio. >> beth: beautiful day, lots of sun join it, it is a one-day spring fever kind of day. sunshine galore, but unfortunately, we are going to have big wind gusts that come our way so you need to hang on to small pets or small kids. definitely going to be a windy one. i'll let you know our next shot of snow, that's in the forecast too, i'll tell you
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>> denise: we hear about the benefits of eating fish often. it is big on the mediterranean diet. a fish fry might make you think the benefits are wiped out by the fried part apparently that is not the case. catherine bosley tells us why . >> reporter: oh yeah familiar sights, sounds and mouth-watering anticipation of a fish fry in northeast ohio. go for it is what some doctors
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fish packed with omega 3 like salmon and cod is heart healthy and gain for the brain. >> omega 3 is a good fat that goes into making up our brain cells on the coverings of our brain cells. >> reporter: the doctor says that means it is a good line of defense against deteriorating brain function it has been proven. >> people that have a mild form of memory problem, called mild cognitive impairment, they take omega 3 they have a longer time until they develop dementia. it tends to delay progression. >> reporter: he stresses the baked or broiled is preferable over fried for reasons we know. even fried he says you still get the brain benefits. for full benefits the recommendation is four servings a week. >> if you go out to a , fillet of salmon is probably two servings.
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that's your four servings for the week. >> denise: i love the fish fry this time of the year. >> beth: maybe you should grill it today. >> denise: grilling fish hasn't worked out well for us in the past. >> beth: salmon works great on the grill. >> denise: we can try it. maybe it is a steak day you said it is going to be so windy. >> beth: going to be hard to get the grills to light and stay lit. >> denise: tony said i've been out here half hour, 45 minutes and the hamburgers haven't cooked a continue night bit yet. >> beth: tony is an awesome cook. >> denise: so it is one of those days. >> beth: 45, normally 41 for daytime high, starting off much better, lots of blue sky,
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let's take a look first the good news, temperatures as we go through the afternoon, oh yeah, look at those 60, 61, you are going to love today until i show you how windy it is going to get. wait, watch it, here comes cold front, monday morning back to winter like feel monday partly sunny on the coolish side compared to today, yeah you know the ups and downs of spring. to add with that, latest wind gusts readings three miles an hour, 75 in lime mark bigger winds this afternoon -- in lima, bigger winds this afternoon. the worst towards the we have sustained winds most winds today out of the southwest, sustained winds, breezy now, give it a couple of hours then everything is going to pick up,
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you can see oranges stay towards norwalk, mansfield, parts of medina, heads-up, truck drivers, high profile vehicles going to be tricky driving today, some wind gusts 40, 50 miles an hour, going to kill the day because of that, going to be one of those days you want to walk but why you but you are going to be watching the trees above because it is that windy. next front tonight as a cold front, will it come through our area in the form of rain? future view uneventful great for sunday, no weather worries today, clouds thicken around 9:00, 10, 11 we start seeing hits of rain showers. the rain will work through, here's 1:00 in the morning, moderate to light, no big deal,
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as temperature starts dipping. rain will be done for most of us, moisture on the road cost freeze you could be dealing with icy patches, especially secretary streets. monday afternoon still looking good, more of our front comes in tuesday, today 60 , warm, windy, i know, your car is going to say 62, 63 , gorgeous day, all of i. awfully windy. if you wear a hat you could have an issue with that, 32 tonight, rain, after 10, 11 not a big deal, nothing to be concerned about until monday morning if you walk the dog or get your paper things might be icy on your front porch, that cold monday monday partly sunny 46 , next weather day comes in tuesday, rain in the afternoon, changes to snow
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wednesday morning's commute could be that heavy, thick snow, not as bad as last week. that should help you, still, snow in the -- snow on a morning commute never combines. dry next weekend, but on the cold side of things and below average. >> denise: it is not spring yet. for your morning sports update here is and any lima. >> reporter: the combine continues in indianapolis today browns hope to find key to their future. yesterday guys running for their lives or livelihoods fast track at lucas oil, cookout there sprinting and throwing, looking good. many say north dakota's wench stole the show he had those giant hands people impressed with that. head coach of the browns says size does matter.
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there's rain, snow and it is different. i think guys that have big hands can grip the ball better in those environmental situations we are looking for a guy that if it was we are looking for. is hand size important? yes. >> reporter: cavs in action today against the wizards tough loss friday night in toronto brutal, won't be easy for irving, lowery ended up career high 43 points, now he has to go up against wall who edged him out for that bid a couple weeks ago. tip off later today at 1:00. >> denise: coming up, we will be joined live in studio with a woman who will be getting on her bike to help raise money for research to eradicate type i diabetes. she will tell us more about
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>> denise: good morning. of hillary clinton won big at last night's south carolina primary. beating out sanders she has now won three out of the four contests and her campaign sees that as a good sign she will do well on super tuesday. states include georgia, arkansas, alabama and virginia. donald trump also tied with clinton winning three out of four contests for the republicans. >> governor kasich says he's going to beat donald trump in ohio and once that happens he says everything will change. >> which would never believe that i'm not gonna be the nominee. there's all kinds of reasons for me to belief it, because you know what? i'm the last governor standing. there were six between in the race. it is down to four, five of
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and i believe that we are doing well, we are gaining momentum from a political and financial perspective. and look, if i get head-to-head with donald trump in ohio i beat him by 18 points. i believe that i'm going to be the nominee. >> denise: all right, turning to the weather. live look outside there is not a cloud in the sky that's our rooftop cam, gorgeous day, 60 . hang on to your hats, right beth? >> beth: absolutely, breezy now, a little breeze, but as we go through the day, winds pick up speed overnight it is going to be downright gusts upwards of 40 miles an hour, super windy tonight. things start changing out of the northwest overnight, brings rain that could transition into a little snow
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45 lakewood, 45 euclid, shaker heights good morning, 40 , 44 umstead falls, normal daytime high this time of year is 41. madison waking up to 47, 41 . we are 13 warmer than where we were yesterday when we started yesterday morning. today we are going to add to that, almost everybody touching 60 park then a couple of you poke out a little warmer. winds start to pick up through the afternoon. they don't die off when the sunsets tonight around 7:00, 7:04. you are going to feel like it is spring today one day deal, 20 days from spring you know just because it is spring doesn't mean much of anything we could still see snow.
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gusts upwards of the mid 40s, some areas could be more towards to lee rain moves in tonight, talking about snow this week, you might have to break out that shovel, 61 day, snow shovel the next. not tomorrow, but i will let you know when it is going to snow, coming up. >> denise: track the forecast wherever you are by downloading the cleveland 19 first alert forecast cap, free, quick download from the app store. millions around the world are affected by type i diabetes, the cause unknown, many children are affected. this morning i'm joined by a special guest, my friend julie, she has been gathering up for this ride to find a cure. diabetes. i think as a mom, we talked before, the symptoms, your daughter was diagnosed when
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you noticed something was going on with her. i was interested in the different things you noticed. >> right, we noticed first of all we took a trip to cincinnati and what should have been a four hour drive turned into six hours due to frequent bathroom breaks, excessive drinking of water and she was vomiting and my husband knew something was off in passing. does she have diabetes? when we home from cincinnati, i immediately call the pediatrician. the nurse brushed me off a little and say based on the symptoms i think you can wait until monday and my mommy instincts kicked in. >> denise: always listen to those. >> yes. i said i think she should be seen today. we went this that afternoon
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urine and she did indeed have glucose in her urine. she sent you us straight to children's hospital, do not stop home, go straight to the hospital and we five days there. >> denise: we have pictures of sydney who is doing is something she has to manage, right? >> right there she is right there. the little volley ball player. she will definitely be a professional gambler when she grows up. [ laughing ] >> denise: you have since become very involved, weather friends, facebook friends, give to read your moves. you've raised $8,000 for research? >> in five weeks, yes incredible. >> denise: let's take about the ride that's why you are here this morning.
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participating in a 100 mile ride to cure diabetes amelia island, florida because they are the leading global researcher who supports type i research toward a cure. >> denise: tees that's you there today you are -- today people can head to ohio city, beautiful day for i. >> today we will be inside at harness cycle at 2 p.m., at 2901 detroit avenue. i believe there are still around eight bikes open, all skill levels, please join us, $25 minimum donation, 100% tax deductible. any donation, small or large is welcome. degrees >> denise: you've had quite a few donations. if people would like to donate,
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that you can go to if we don't we'll put it on our facebook page. >> denise: you are doing a great job. >> thank you. >> denise: great cause, let's find a cure. >> appreciate it. >> denise: moving on to another story. we've been hearing that young voters could have a big impact on the 2016 election. that's why some local high school students are doing their part to get out the youth vote. we went to mennert to find out high this is the junior leadership class of 2016, june years from various -- juniors from various high schools, targeting ages 16 to 26. they sponsored a booth last
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and sam bell ballots -- and sample ballots to let everyone know that civic involvement is important at any age. >> we want everybody to know that their voice does matter. they might think i'm just one person you should go out there and influence other people so the country can be how you want it to be. >> you want to control what is going on in your community. the best way to do that is vote for issues that you think are good for your community. >> denise: the kids are also doing get out the vote publish service announcements and videos for their school. look at the smile you are about to see. this is jesse she wants to
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>> denise: 8:40 to. thanks for joining us. the cyber hack into the irs is worse than thought. scammers gained access to more than cent00,000 accounts more than double -- than 700,000 accounts more than double what was previously estimated. irs is mailing note cases to affected taxpayers. sending mail getting cheaper. price of first class stamp going down in 1014 the postal service was given per -- in 2014 the postal service was given permission -- for those that like pokemon, happy birthday. pokemon is officially 20-years-old. in honor of the milestone the company is releasing a new video celebrating two decades. the anniversary video
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out this fall. those are pokemon's son -- pokemon sun and pokemon moon. this weekend the red carpet is rolled out for the 88th annual academy wars. amid preparations protests are planned. >> reporter: the champagne is chilling, artwork up, and wolfgang puck's famous feasts being prepared. experts expect plenty of surprise winners sunday, including best picture. >> i've been involved 30 years i don't remember an oscar race that was more confusing than this year. the big prize is up for grabs. >> reporter: after five nominations this could be
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take home gold. larson front-runner for best actress no clear-cut favorite in supporting and actor and actress category. hard to talk about oscars without mentioning lack of diversity in nominees. snoop dogg the latest to speak out, saying the oscars weren't made for us. gray says the industry needs to change out of self preservation. >> the film industry is 20 years behind what television is. they have to or people will stop going to movies. >> reporter: the controversy could be a bright cloud hanging over hollywood's brightest night. >> denise: chris rock is getting his jokes lined up. some said he should have stepped down. others say he's the perfect choice to talk about the diversity issue. a lot of people are boycotting the oscars.
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great job. i'm looking forward to tonight. >> beth: he's going to be funny. [ talking over each other ] >> denise: i love watching the people on the red carpet. i love film, i love seeing the actors and of actresses coming out in beautiful clothes and seeing their speeches. >> beth: warm there for them and warm for us. >> denise: like i said one of the things i love about the oscars is it means spring is on the way. >> beth: what a great time to get a new pet. >> denise: we've brought pets in now we are going to be showcasing these pooches and some kitties and bunnies, every week this is the start of this new segment. >> beth: every week we'll
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will be live or not, debatable. found by a good samaritan, look how sweet, what a cute kitty. lancelot enjoys being petted, plague with toys and sleeping on someone's lap. denise, he's a one-man band. the only cat. >> denise: jesse, is an eight year old boston terrier mix, so cute, weighs about 25 pounds, a lot of people want smaller dogs. here's something about him, he likes other pets, belly rubs and plague. shows potential with living with another dog. >> beth: looks like he already has had braces. >> denise: perfect teeth. visit the humane society
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-- in twinsburg. >> beth: they've got chickens and rabbits. they rescue all. >> denise: so >> beth: i know if you are looking for your best friend. >> denise: today will be a good day to take a look. >> beth: if you are going to walk your smaller dog might want to hold on, windy this afternoon. wash your car today, great day for it. i said open up your doors and let mother nature vacuum it out. monday we start with a chance of snow early on that's not bad, the daytime is mid 40s partly sun any, not a bad day to wash your car except you won't get the full benefit, tuesday back to rain and snow and then the salt back on the
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cars. of cuyahoga shapes up to be warm spot, 45 euclid, 40 to shaker heights. umstead 42 . not bad, we warm to about 60 today, i know you like that, except winds pick up future view sustained winds starting this morning, yellows and oranges mean windy, most of the wind and advisories towards the west that would include lorain, medina, cuyahoga, just one of those days that you will be thankful you are not driving the semi on the turnpike, hard to day in your lane, winds out of southwest today, if you want to grill, tricky to get the grill to stay lit, wendy. this afternoon, after we see -- windy this afternoon.
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areas, cold front overnight tonight changes on the map down to 31, 32 to get you going monday morning. if we are still seeing rain it will transition or freeze on the roadway. right now high thin clouds, all that blue sky. winds tonight changes coming out of the northwest this moves into play, around 9:00, 10:00 tonight. future view shows nothing for today, uneventful, except for the wind, rain comes into play, 10, 11:00 tonight, scattered at first comes through 1, 2:00 in the morning, down bay the morning commute if you are an early -- down by the morning commute.
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skies, not bad. 60 today, i know akron, canton probably 61 in a couple areas couple show off people, tonight down to 32 tomorrow 46 next weather alert tuesday afternoon in the form of rain then it is going to transition into snow. the problem with the next system could be heavy wet snow for wednesday morning commute, interesting, two ugly days then back to sun for next weekend, cooler temperatures. >> denise: clee hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think? and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join us,
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to like these numbers. bring me a higher love
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this is deputy garrett and his partner manson, a 5-year-old chocolate lab with his arms around garrett they've been working together for three years. and he's not only his partner but looks like he's his best friend for sure. so cute. great day to take the dog fourth a walk in the park. >> beth: -- debt debt >> beth: it always worries me when the winds pick up is the tree branches coming down. everyone should touch the 60 mark, spring fever abounds. everyone is going to be like spring is here. and tomorrow morning, maybe not.
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going to start off awfully cold. rain showers move through overnight. our next weather worry will come in as alert day tuesday, rain changes to wintry mix for that evening drive home wednesday morning you could be shoveling as things get snowy wednesday look at temperatures i did leave sunday off because the 60 doesn't fit, the 60 would have been up under the seven day temperature trend look how much colder, 41 average for this time of year. >> denise: 41 is average? >> beth: yeah. and then 20 below -- no 10 below through the week. we the ups, downs, tomorrow breezy with that sunshine, above average and then we get another system monday night,
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to be your stellar days, 50/50 shot now in some areas that we see some snow thursday not a big chance we are so much colder. next weekend is dry, we get it out of our system again, next weekend cooler, but closer to average and sunshine. >> denise: light at the end of the tunnel that's what is important. for now, i'm going to enjoy today. forget about what you said about the rest of the week. thank you for watching
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