tv Cleveland 19 News Sunday Morning CBS March 20, 2016 7:00am-9:00am EDT
real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company december good sunday morning to you, i'm >> denise: good sunday morning to you, i'm ties zarrella thanks for joining us. you have a live picture outside. the tower cam right there. -- i cannot believe it is the first day of spring we have our people in this morning from the humane society in
they told me they saw snow on the way in. what is up with this? >> beth: the dry air has kept us out of system. the system is big enough that it has pushed snow in our direction. >> denise: i think mother nature is saying, you thought you had this mild winter this is payback. >> beth: it is snowing in many places. thank goodness that our dry air is in place. because of that the snow that bad visibilities may be reduced a little bit. denise almost passed out. let me just tell you, it that bad. as i zoom in, yes the heaviest and only reporting station saying they are getting flurries is akron canton airport and hopkins just flurries. it is just shocking the first day of spring and we are
don't be surprised tomorrow morning you see a little lake effect in the snowbelt kwhaopby, akron canton airport, this is not an detail event not the flurries, but cold air absolutely. it feels like 22 in wooster, mansfield and canton. 22 mennert. you need to break out that winter gear if you didn't yesterday. visibility report, i'm showing you this because when we have blue sky and clear visibility it reads 10 there is snow just not reaching the ground except for akron canton hopkins a couple other places not going to linger. the temperatures go up into the mid to upper 30s today, wind chill going to make it seem like about 30. you are going to see some
ever gonna feel warm your actual temperature in euclid 34 , lakewood, umstead falls, shaker heights 30, 29 chardon, yes the snowflakes are flying we stay cold but easter day forecast will be coming up that i think will put that smile back on denise's face. >> denise: love it. for now there is snow on the daffodils. two beds were found in a moment in a quiet neighborhood. shanice dunning has details. >> reporter: hudson police and the bureau of criminal investigation were stationed outside this home for hours after they found the bodies of 53-year-old man and his wife. investigators taped off the home that sits at a distance from neighbors on both sides. the couple's son made the 911 call.
deaths were the result of apparent murder-suicide in which police he shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself. shanice dunning, cleveland 19. >> denise: police are continuing to investigate. >> police closed down eastbound lanes of west 45th. a car going the wrong way smashed into another car. nobody was killed, no word on how seriously anyone was injured. police arrest an accused killer the suspect was in the hospital after crashing into a highway patrol cruiser. he was wanted after officers found a body in his home. he was treated for injuries and moved to jail. arizona, utah and idaho head to the polls tuesday, how the candidates are campaigning now out west. >> reporter: donald trump held
in arizona state night. >> get 'em out of here! >> reporter: demonstrators with mock kkk paraphernalia were escorted out a trump supporter punched and repeatedly kicked one. trump's campaign manager was in another altercation. the instrument campaign insists it was the man next to the manager who did it. all the while trump went ahead with his tough on border control message. >> illegal immigration is gonna stop. it is dangerous, it is terrible. >> reporter: earlier in the day protesters blocked the road heading to a trump event and marched between trump owned buildings in new york denouncing the gop front-runner. cruz and kasich battled over who has the best chance to stop trump. >> a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> i'm about to change things
have a voice and they don't like it. >> reporter: in arizona democratic candidate sanders went to the mexican border with a to expand executive orders protecting undocumented immigrants. >> i will end the deportation regime, which is dividing so many families. >> reporter: sanders expressed disappointment for not doing better in last week's ohio primary he trail clinton by more than 500 delegates. >> denise: details from the deadly plane crash in southern russia, all onboard killed. the pilot circled the airport several times, sources say because of high winds and poor visibility, the plane crashed and broke an poured during landing. >> we have executed our team on their way now to the cy. we do not yet know all of the
we are working closely with the authorities to establish precisely what happened. >> denise: russian authorities are looking at three possible cause: technical, human error or weather. it is the official first day of spring. behind me beautiful shots, look at those cherry blossoms in washington, d.c.. i'm not saying i'm going to do any of this but what kind of tips do you have? >> reporter: we are live inside the home depot on the westside on west 117th, to be exact. i have josh one of the supervisors here at this location. we are talking spring cleaning. it is that time of the year we are in spring, the weather is chilly, you have some things
we are in a kitchen what do our friends need to do to make sure this place is disinfected. >> make sure everything is clean and your house. some people not kids and all that you want to make sure that it is 100% clean for them, especially at this time of the year where weather is changing here and there you want to make sure they don't get sick. we got different thing. we we have mr. clean products which will be anti-bacterial. it gives you good hint of lemon. we have wipes for stainless steel appliances. also the cleaner to clean your microwave and make sure everything is clean. >> reporter: if you are anything like the mcrae household this is a must. we are going to concentrate on stainless steel appliances now. >> yep. i'm going to show how to use
microwave where you normally get a lot of dirt f you don't clean the right way you can get all that dirt in your food. we are going to spray this inside and make sure gets clean. you just spray it in there make sure it gets in all the areas. it is going to come up as a foam. all to you is wait for a little bit and wipe it down. make sure you get everything in there. it smells really good. >> reporter: good stuff this wyman's stainless steel wipes to wash the outside? >> right. if you want to do it, show them how to do it, what we do is, we will grab one of the wipes and make sure that everything is wiped down. >> reporter: while we are
steel microwave, we will be here at home depot all morning showing you the best way to cleanup your home this spring season. we are heading over to the bathroom, next >> yeah we are going to be in the bathroom to make sure everything looks clean we got very good products there. >> reporter: all of that coming up in 30 minutes, so stick around. >> denise: to celebrate the first day of spring, sweet spot is giving out a free scoop of gelato for those willing to brave the cold today. it is their third year for free scoop day get yours at their location on detroit avenue they open at noon and close at 7:00. basketball see soon is here. mark schwab gives you the run down. >> beth: look at this picture,
at cedar point [ talking over each other ] tuesday low clouds ed in that's the look you got. today if you looked out -- snowflakes flying and we are staying cold. the beautiful easter day forecast coming up first thing on the income weather hit so i'll show what to expect. >> jen: we have laugh tells
7:14. 35 . if you are a part of the meatless mondays trend perhaps you have dabbled in one lebanese vegetarian favorite in particular. aladdins eatery has been perfecting the traditional specialty for years sharing most of their secrets with jen picciano in this week's cleveland cooks. >> jen: we are at aladdins eatery, the original location in lakewood. if you like lebanese food this is the place to get it. what are we making today? >> today we are going to make a special recipe, the falafel. very special >> jen: you start by throwing
coming next weekend. that looks so good. i gotta figure out a way to lure her in here sunday mornings and bring food with her. >> beth: today is a good day for comfort food, omelets, oatmeal, waffles. >> denise: you were talking about snow, i saw nothing on the way in. i got behind a truck that might have been spraying the road. i was shocked when our people came in there were -- >> beth: because you have little ones and some of you do, i like to sell the sunshine not so much the doom and gloom. i thought i would give you your easter day forecast. [ talking over each other ] he's your easter forecast, a couple thing cost change, i'm telling you right now 55 --
>> beth: i think everybody else is going to be in the mid to upper 50s, more importantly, we are going to be dry. just because it is snowing, just know this is short term. current conditions around the area, 34 light snow out of hopkins you can see the snowflakeses in independence. i know, right. -- canton, akron reporting slight snow it feels much colder. hour by hour today planning out your day, don't plan around the snow. the roads are going to be wet this morning, i would take sunglasses but the majority of the day ruled by clouds and cold, if you get lucky, like yesterday peeks of sun is what we have in store today. not the bad news doppler max all lit up with snow springtime snow our air is dry
in flurries if our air starts getting more moisture the snow could be heavy. you can see from elyria, lorain, medina, akron, ravenna towards mennert, start to fizzle a little, ashtabula as well. part of this is lake enhancement, part meeting our system to the south either way dry air thank goodness if not this would be stacking up and it would be heavy this is going to push east, not an all day event might last until 11:00. all of this on radar the stuff towards st. louis, to our south all going to push towards boston. in the next 24 hours if you are traveling to boston maybe monday morning you have a job there, new york, d.c., things could be a little trick timor so towards the new england coast.
much a shun of -- much of a suggestion of snow but it is out there chance we get rain or rain snow mix don't plan your day around it, cloud cover and cold bundle up, wind chill factor is going to make it seem much colder. tonight we clear, no issues. tomorrow morning a small chance some of the snow bell areas could see a little lake enhancement snow, really towards more pa but i thought i should mention it because i don't like to get up and see snow unless i've prepared for it. how much snow today? under half an inch. most areas just coating on the grass. 39 degrees, going to field colder for greater cleveland area. tomorrow some areas could
shower, low four tears, -- low 40s. tuesday, 55 , partly sunny, wednesday, thursday rain showers wednesday, near 60 , thursday we could be dealing with thunderstorms during the day, best likelihood for storms thursday night into friday, friday partly sunny in the afternoon, a dip, cold front comes through, saturday 52 we try out, no chance of rain sunday, saturday is drying out 20% chance this weekend coming up, it is looking very delightful. >> denise: i like it. mark schwab has your sports report, next. >> still to come, i take a look at the state of ohio's housing market. the latest on a new sur want great whitening without the mess? think outside the box. colgate optic white toothbrush
>> denise: welcome back. good sunday morning to you. thanks for joining us. live picture outside right now 7:27. you are listening papa d and the aggrevators. we'll have more with papa d. lately it has been our house band. >> basketball season in full swing here's mark schwab with your morning sports report. >> reporter: three area teams playing for championships
corner stone christian won division four. you might not have heard of this school, but they are in willoughby they took on lincolnville and beat them 70 2-64. 2-64. in division 3, they did not fare as well, lima central catholic third year in a row they met for title viking cosmonaut win for the second straight season they loss 66-44. they could not get shots for the third quarter and it cost them. -- irish shock rallied to make a game of it, they lost, 76- 2. mcdonald's sports zone tonight on 19 after the news at 11 or whenever it gets on, sometimes
at just under $475,000. in home, sold in five days. >> i don't know how it could get much better in ohio. >> denise: that is the story being told by realtors. buyers are snatching up well priced homes in much sought after communities, as soon as they are listed. a recent survey that put ohio as one of the worst places to buy, comes as a big surprise to realtors like jeff the buyer of this home. >> cleveland's market is strong. we were surprised to see it say that owe is not one of the better housing markets. we think it is one of the best. >> denise: interest rates, property taxes and affordability to rank states and come up with the ones that were offering the best deals. ohio came in at bottom of the pile at 44. average property taxes at 1.55%. interest rates 4.36%. median listing prices just
>> ohio is a huge state with five major metropolitan areas. lots of rural area. i think to say anything general about ohio is a tough call. and i think that as i looked at the top 10 states and the bottom 10 states, the differences were pretty minute. the biggest thing they said about ohio the interest rates were not -- they are still at the 1950s rate historically, speaking. >> denise: if you would like to see that full survey we put it on cleveland19.com. today is the first official day of spring, which means it is time to start spring cleaning for some of us. we have the ins and outs on how to start cleaning your home. q are you going to do all this stuff? [ laughing ] >> reporter: either me or i'm going to pay somebody, because my wife won't that's a joke.
depot on west 117th. 30 minutes ago we showed you how to clean and make sure your kitchen is clean and ready to go and disinfected. now we are in the bathroom with josh once again, the supervisor hear at this store. >> the bathroom is one of the toughest, everybody has a problem cleaning the bathroom and all that. we got the scrubbing bubbles, rejuvenate and the scrubbing bubble disinfectant for toilets. first we are going to spray the scrubbing bucks. >> reporter: i'm familiar with this product, when i cleanup the bathroom this is what i use. >> this is a very easy type of cleaning method. i actually use it i told my mom to use it, it does a great job, very easy. all you have to do is spray
it will play blue. when it is ready to be wiped and clean it will turn white so it will give you time to clean the rest of the bathroom while you already have sprayed your bathtub and all that i'm going to have you spray. you are going to spray it on the walls, and we can see it, you can see it blue. >> reporter: like you said, once it is ready to go it will turn like a foamy white. >> then all you have to do is wipe it down. it works really, really good. i think it is one of the best things that they've come out with >> reporter: these are like disinfectants by the same company. take off the top here, you plop one of these -- can you see it? it is almost like a gel. plop night your toilet, like so. uh-oh.
[ laughing ] so son of a gun. all right. [ laughing ] >> >> reporter: once you flush it continues to disinfect the toilet. i'll pay for i. >> you don't have to. -- i'll pay for it. >> you don't have to. >> you just push that button and push it in. >> reporter: don't do way just did. great products. what are we doing next >> next 30 minutes outdoor cleaning. more about pressure washers, leaf blowers and things like that you can take care of your deck, patio. you want everything to look good when you bring your people in or family so they can feel comfortable wfg you are doing. >> reporter: josh, thank you. we will be here all morning long, i promise i won't break
back to you denise. [ laughing ] >> denise: we know who does the all cleaning in their house. it is not q. >> his wife is a surgeon, she like a multi-tasker. >> denise: good day to clean. >> beth: in case you are just waking up, i didn't even have to do the sound affects. we don't need music, how depress something that you can see it is not slowing you down. it is going to make the roads a little damp, doppler doesn't show prettiest picture for the first dave spring. zooming in from lorain and elyria, wellington, medina, north royalton, stropblgssville, up towards cleveland, -- strongsville, up towards cleveland, snow in cuyahoga
shore, it is light flurries, mainly because our air is super dry at this point. how, when we go through the day, the cold and the gray, peeks of sunshine mostly cloudy day. high upper 30s, akron canton about 40 never going to feel like that wind chill now low 20s in some areas temperature 34 hopkins, 32 new philadelphia, 32 sandusky, feels like temperature easily 20s. you need to bundle up. do you need the snow gear and all that stuff? not realism but, you do need a heavier coat. mennert having more of a snow shower come down akron canton where it looks to be coming down at a nice clip, visibility reduced, lake county a dose of winter.
cold but with some snow. the snow will start winding down around 11, noon, but never going to be a big deal. coming up the easter day forecast which is looking to be fantastic. a little mess up on the first day of spring but we get it right by the end of week. >> denise: thanks beth looking for something to do with your kid to celebrate easter nothing better than hunt. this morning we have maria from the cleveland children's museum to talk about the annual easter egg hunt that we just found out is sold out. >> yes, online, that is sold out. but, they did open their big spring exhibit today and we'll be there today if you are looking for something if you -- [ unintelligible ] >> denise: this must be a hugely pop larry haven't.
-- hugely popular event. do you seal out this quickly every year? >> yes. >> denise: i think it is great, it is a beautiful place, especially to get away -- even on a day like today to get out of the cold. >> absolutely. children's museum is part of our museum without walls program, our activities are free with paid admissions to the botanical gardens. >> denise: we are looking at video probably from last year's easter egg hunt. is it also a fundraiser for the children's museum? >> no. years of keeping our name out there and still providing service to families with young children part -- we are happy that botanical gardens is willing to have us come out and host them. we'll be at the cleveland public library friday, carnegie west branch, next
university, both events are free, we ask you to preregister get all the information at cleveland childrensmuseum.org. >> denise: next, pause abilities back and they brought -- pay asabilities is back and they brought adorable animals who need a home. >> beth: some of the puppies are going within hours you need to be careful or at least by monday speaking of dogs heading out to walk your dog this morning you might have muddy paw action. temperatures today, staying cold your dogs will be fine, you need to break out that winter coat if you didn't
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on -- >> this is cheyenne an 8-year-old female pitbull mix. she a shelter favorite by staff and volunteers because of her laid back disposition. she about as friendly as they come, a nice mix of energy when you get didn't playing she will plop down in your lap. >> denise: all the bunnies have gone too. >> yep, we had quite a we like to educate the public this time of year we have a higher rate of been any adoption because of the hole -- rate of been knee adoption because of the holiday. -- he is really laid back he likes to be held his name is
other dogs, cats, you name it. the more attention he gets the better off he is. >> denise: let's tell people how they can adopt these to guys. >> we are open everyday except monday we will be there today if you are interested you might want to jump on it quick our last couple of animals have gone within hours of us being on here. >> denise: there's the information on the screen: >> denise: beth, when these guys get homes it is the greatest feeling. >> beth: it makes you feel good. i love her. hopefully, a lover of cold because the cold will stick with us, the snow gets a little coating on the grass,
heading out this morning , you need bundle up, it is cold. the snow, not an all day event some of you are seeing it in twins burke, they were seeing light snow, coming down hopkins, akron was reporting it, right now is not, canton, mansfield, sandusky, dry. everyone in the 30s, low 30s, it feel like that it feels like low 20s. we will shake off some of the snow, at least by lunchtime. you could see a little sun throughout day. your day is going to be ruled by clouds, cloudy day like yesterday, every now and then you got a glimpse of the sun. we are going to stay cold this model has us at 36, 37 , 39 overall the wind chill is
north northeast and that is giving us a little lake enhancement, air is dry, thankfully, the air is that dry, more like the desert as opposed to wet august, humid weather. the air is dry which doesn't mean much for the snow, it looks like a lot on doppler, more of a distraction than disturbance because it is the first day of spring and seems wrong. our little hiccup of snow going to push east. the stuff towards st. louis, that's gonna spring to our south and head up towards boston. there's also storm comes through raleigh and south of raleigh that is going to swing up the east coast. traveling to boston and new york tomorrow could be tricky. even into new england states they could have problems up until tuesday. this is it, snow at 10:00, not
suggest a hiccup of snow or wet snow possibly rain showers, nothing big moves out tonight, tomorrow morning could be cold enough in some areas that you see a little lake-effect snow coming through, don't plan your day around the snow being things could be -- look ugly, i don't think they get ugly less than half an inch always projected no worries about the snow, more the cold. today 39, never going to feel like 39. wind chill is going to make it seem much colder. tomorrow low 40s, partly sunny sky. tuesday fives, mid 50s actually. alert days wednesday, thursday, wednesday rain showers throughout the day and night, near 60, thursday we make it to 60 that comes with a threat of storms and the storms intensify thursday night into friday morning friday looks
you are listening papa d and the vague fors this morning. that song seems to fit the picture that you are -- you are seeing with snow flying the first day of spring, believe it or not. a little boy fulfilled his dream friday night you were there you may have noticed a guy on the bench suited up, just a little smaller than rest of the players. tony zarrella takes a look at the kid who was number one on the roster and in people's hearts. >> tony: we first met rob yesterday he was busy loading up on new gear preparing for his professional hockey day when to keep the interview short. >> that's all for me today. >> no more interviews? >> no. >> okay. that's what happens when you become a big shot hockey player. [ laughing ] >> oh yeah! >> tony: ted was facing the
today he was facing a the media again this time to sign a contract and make the deal official. [ applause ] >> tony: of course, the toughest thing for any rookie is to fit in with his new teammates that was not going to be a problem for rob. >> whose name is that? is that yours? >> tony: they slapped on the skates, elbow pads, got him into full gear. he was ready to take the ice. it has been a long journey, 14 surgeries on his kidneys since birth. thanks to the monsters and a special wish foundation rob was leaving that behind for a day and living a dream. >> absolutely loves the monsters he watches at home every night. his family has to introduce him while he's at his house like a player. >> tony: then delivery. rob was back in uniform
took on manitoba, experiencing a real introduction. [ applause ] >> tony: very likely inspiring his new teammates has he has inspired his family and friends for four years. >> this is something we live for when we can take the wish of a sick child and make their wish come true, especially a local wish this is a blast. >> tony: no doubt for everyone involved. tony zarrella cleveland 19 news. december he could get any cuter? -- >> denise: could he get any cuter? >> beth: no i love him. >> denise: that's my favorite story of the day. snow in the forecast? >> beth: snow in the north cast, coming up we'll be talking about easter.
u.s. captioning company >> denise: good sunday morning to you, i'm denise zarrella this is cleveland 19 sunday morning. thanks for joining us. if you look very closely you can see snowflakes falling from the sky that is our rooftop camera someone just tweeted and said they had to double check the calendar
playing an april fool's joke with this snow. >> beth: oh no, we'll do better than that. denise and you are quite creative. >> denise: so it is for real. >> beth: it is. that's the way it goes. >> denise: you knew it was going to as i was doing cold weather stories everyone was saying this is too good to be true it is going to come back get us later on. >> beth: this is just -- [ talking over each other ] >> denise: this will be gone even if there is significant accumulation two days it will be gone. >> beth: she said accumulation, i said light coating. more of a nuisance [ talking over each other ] >> beth: the days are getting longer, does that make you feel better? in the meantime, light snow
light snow coming down if you look hard you can see it on the grass. visibilities reduced, we have light flurries, correct this is the first day of spring, it doesn't look like it, doppler plax max is heff -- doppler max is heavily coated between 71 and 77 light in nature because our air is so dry, if there's more moisture in the air, a little more humid, first you wouldn't need so much hand explosion second, these would be bigger snow concerns this is only with us temporarily, hour by hour, 10, 11:00 depending on where you are not going to stack up to much. the cold and the gray that lingers today, you might see the sunshine every now and then, upper 30s temperature, 31 hopkins and akron, 29 wooster, 30 canton, your feels
it for today, it only feels like 22 in mansfield, wooster, canton, whooping 23 akron, that's bundle up kind of weather, gloves, hat on, heavy coat. you don't need the heavy coat because of the snow you need it because of wind. visibility report where snowing the heaviest , two mile visibility in akron, seven in mennert, just light stuff but it will wet the roads and you need a heads up out there overall we stick with the cold that to me is the worst part of today. yes, we have snow flurries, the easter day forecast is that bright that i'm going to start talking about it, up first in about 10 minutes. >> denise: two body were found in a home in a quiet neighborhood. shanice dunning has details.
the bureau of criminal investigation were outside this home for hours today after they the bodies of a husband and wife. investigators taped off the home on ravenna road that sits at a distance from neighbors on both sides. the couple's soon made the 911 investigators believe their deaths with the result of murder-suicide. police believe he shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself. shanice dunning, cleveland 19. >> denise: police are still investigating. police closed down eastbound lanes of west shore way, a car going the wrong way smashed into another car no one was kill, no word on how seriously anyone was injured. police arrest an accused killer after a chase in canton the suspect was in the hospital after crashing into a
lance rankin was wanted bay police after hours found a bed in his home. he was treated for injuries and moved to jail. arizona, utah, idaho head to the polls tuesday, how the candidates are campaigning now out west. >> reporter: donald trump held another protest-filled rally in arizona state night. >> get 'em out of here. >> reporter: demonstrators with mock kkk paraphernalia were escorted out a trump supporter punched and repeatedly kicked one. trouble many campaign manager was involved in another altercation in which a collar. the trump campaign insists it was the man next to the manager who did it. trump went ahead with his tough on border control message. >> illegal immigration is gonna stop. it's dangerous. it's terrible. >> reporter: earlier in the day protesters blocked the
in town continue hills, arizona and marched between trump owned buildings in new york denouncing the gop front-runner. cruz and say kick battled over who has the best chance to stop trouble many. >> a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> i'm about to change things and fight for people who den have a voice and they don't like it. >> reporter: in arizona democratic candidate sanders went to the mexican border with a roms to expand executive orders protecting -- with a promise to expand executive orders protecting undocumented immigrants. sanders expressed disappointment for not doing better in last week's ohio primary he trailed clinton by more than 500 delegates. >> denise: we have details from the deadly plane crash in southern russia. video from the scene shows
the pilot circled the airport several times sources say high winds and poor visibility the plane crashed and broke apart during landing. russian authorities are looking at three possible cause: technical, human error, weather. officially the first day of spring behind me gorgeous shots cherry blossoms in washington. q joins us live in home depot to talk about spring cleaning. q, don't break anything this time [ laughing ] >> reporter: you have to call me out. we are live inside the west 117th home depot it opened eight minutes ago you may see customers shopping in the back grown this morning we are here to show you how to make sure
the -- spic-and-span for spring. now we take care of outdoor needs. >> after do you inside you have to take care of your outside that's our part. we first gonna start with pressure washer. you want to make sure everything is clean on the deck before you start setting things up for the football game, basketball games, out there first, what you do is, normally with this kind of machine, all you have to do is plug it in, which you have the plug, all you have to could is after you plug it in, you hook-up your whose, right here. you -- your hose right here, other than that, all you have to is set it up and spraeurbgs you want to spray evenly. you got different set-up here, which will be for when you are doing different things in your house, from siding, hard stuff, we use the bigger tips, when
all you have to do is grab it, get the handle and just try to spray evenly. >> reporter: make sure the driveway is clean, side of the home, car is clean that's item to have. you also have, i've heard leaf blowers, but this is a combo? >> yeah, you got both in one, first you have your blower, which you can this and after you take this off, -- you will put this item, right here. >> reporter: yeah, i'm not touching anything, i'm not breaking anything. >> after you nut in blow your leaves all over the place, fry get i clean. after you put your leaves together, then all you have to do is take it off, attach your bag, and start sucking your leaves. this is a shredder also, so it
good. >> reporter: josh has been helping us all morning. we have one more stop, the grill. now clean your grill properly in 30 minutes. stick around for that denise back to you in the studio >> denise: thanks q. to celebrate the first day of spring, sweet spot is giving away a free scoop of gel last tomorrow i have a feeling beth will head there. the third year for free scoop day go yours at their location on detroit avenue, open at noon and close at 7:00. basketball season is here. mark schwab has your sports report, next. beth has a nice looking easter forecast to look forward to. >> beth: i and i'll have in the next weather hit. not snowing in sandusky. some of you are waking to new snow on the ground. i'll let you know when it ends, coming up. >> jen: we have falafel for
>> denise: good sunday morning. 8:16. 33 outside our downtown studios. if you part of the meatless monday trend perhaps you have dabbled in one lebanese favorite, aladdins eatery has been perfecting the specialty for years. aladdin has been sharing most of their secrets with jen picciano in this week's cleveland cooks.
bet tpwaet looks good, comfort -- >> beth: that looks good, comfort food on such a cold day. it is cold throughout now. we have snow, but the easter been knee does make appearance the end of the -- the easter bunny does make an appearance the end of the week. we got snow out there, sunday we'll be at 57 , partly sunny, this is a lot can change between now and then but even leading into easter, the good friday looks good in the afternoon and state looks good. things are improving. -- and saturday looks good, things are improving. you can see how gray and dismal it is in the
low 30s, feels like 20s at this point. hour by hour today, we going to stay in the 30s most areas topping out at about 38, 39 , lake shore cooler, akron canton might touch 40 mark clouds rule the day with paoebgs of sun every now and then, doppler makes you go what? first day of spring. dry air is in place that's working to our advantage. it kept us dry yesterday, and overnight. just there's a system moving southeast giving this burst of snow coming down at a good clip in some areas but it is light snow the air is so dry. not everyone but for the most part a lot of people maybe covering the grass making the roads on the wet side. this only lasts the next two hours or so then moves east.
is going to stream south and northeast and then one down in raleigh. everything headed towards boston and new york. future view for us today, snow showers getting the of here quickly, 8:00, by lunch time, a suggestion some areas well to our south could see rain showers it comes back into our afternoon the model continues to put this out, don't be surprised if you come across a little wintry mix, 3:00, 4:00, this afternoon, mainly south of cleveland, then we dry out as get to the overnight hours clouds still rule the day snowfall totals not that much you don't need to worry just more of a knew san temperatures that you need to worry about you need to protect yourself a little bit it is going to below 30s this
afternoon still in the low 30s along the lake show akron canton upper 30s some areas are going to see low 40s and that could come with a little bit of spritz of rain or wintry mix, 39 today only going to feel like 31, 30 two tomorrow snowbelt communities could start off with a light windry mix, 42, beautiful day tuesday 55 above average from tuesday on wednesday thursday alert days rain breezy wednesday rain showers continue wednesday night storm possibilities thursday, we hit 60 thursday night looks to be stormy we'll keep an eye on that. friday out of here we start drying out 45, cold front comes through temperatures take a dip, good friday the afternoon looks great,
your morning sports report. >> reporter: three area teams were playing for championship yesterday, cornerstone christian won. you might not have heard of this school they are in willoughby they took on lincolnville and beat them. in division three, they did not fare as well, lima central catholic third year in a row these two met for title vikings could not win for the second straight season they lost 66-44 they could not get shots coming out and it cost them. in division two, st. vincent, st. mary's came up short the irish shot one of 15 from the four in the first quarter they lost 76-72.
sport zone tonight after the news at 11 or whenever it gets done, it is basketball sometimes it runs a little late. kaof cavaliers in miami last night it did not go well, miami out rebounded them, the heat shot 59% from three-point land. 110 -101. next up they will host denver monday at q. >> denise: coming right up, easter is a week away, we have a preview of the cleveland poe tan cal far dense easter egg
states to buy a home in. you are looking at a home in ohio city that listed at just under $475,000. this home, sold in five days. >> i don't know how it could get much better in ohio. >> denise: that is the story being told by realtors selling in northeast ohio. buyers are snatching up well priced hopes in much sought after communities, as soon as they are listed. a recent survey that put ohio as one of the worst places to buy comes as a big surprise to realtors like jeff, he's representing the buyer of this home. >> cleveland's market is strong. we were surprised to see it say that ohio is not one of the better markets. we think it is one of the best. >> denise: the survey looked at interest rates, property taxes, affordable, to rank states to come up with ones offering best deals. ohio came in at 44, average
rates 4.36 %, median listing prices just over $129,000. >> ohio is a huge state with five major metropolitan areas and lots of rural area. i think to say anything general about ohio is a tough call. and i think that as i looked at the top 10 states and the bottom 10 states, the differences were minute. the biggest thing they said about ohio the interest rates were not -- as i said they are still historically speaking at the 1950s rate. >> denise: that survey did acknowledge home prices here in cleveland and the ohio area are relatively cheap, to see that full survey go to cleveland19.com. it is spring here. spring is here, if you are doing some spring cleaning we have tips for you, as you can see behind me, there's the
let's get out to q mcrae who has tips for us. >> reporter: that i do. i'm in the home depot on the westside on west 117th, to be exact. all morning we've been talking about sprung cleaning, we talked about the kitchen, bathroom, cleaning your out - driveway and the vinyl sidings of your home, even your car. now we are going to talk about a problem in my home, the grill this is brand new and it is clean, right josh, the supervisor of the store, one of. >> it is very hard to keep 'em clean. normally you want to cook and start eating. you don't want to go back and clean the grill. that's why we bring this that way you can see how easy it can get with the time. all you have to do is, go here with a heavy duty oven and grill cleaner, shake it and
after you spray it very good, you wait a minute then you use one mast erasers this is one of the -- use one of the magic erasers this is one of the best. just scrub it and anything like that it will come up right away. i think it is one of the greatest things that we have here at home depot. all you have to do is come back to home depot and help us out. >> reporter: josh has been helping us out all morning long he came in extra early to give us these amazing tips. there are home depots all over the place. head over to your local home depot, check out some of the cleaning items they have to get your home spic-and-span for the spring that's the
from home depot. >> beth: today is the day to do indoor spring cleaning. you will need outdoor spring cleaning next weekend. right now, it is a little shocking in some areas, you got to look close we got flurries. more shocking pause it is the first day of spring there's flurries reported everywhere, if i show you doppler maxi almost hesitate because it looks really bad that takes that instant snapshot what is coming down with that said, a lot of this hitting the ground. i don't want you to go oh my goodness is snowing heavy just not really heavy, thankfully that dry air is in place. all of this will start pushing out in the next couple of hours. hour by hour, mainly cloudy day, we are going to be cold, even though it says most areas will top out in the upper 30s, it is never gonna feel like
to feel like maybe 31, 32, akron canton far enough inland from the lake that you might reach 40, 41 you are in the same boat as everyone else still going to feel cold. flurries around town, yes. feels like temperature only 22 in canton, elyria 23. you need winter coats. there are snowflakes only last the next couple of hours we stay cold that's the bigger story of today, how far below we are, an a good 10 . next weather hit on the tease i'm going to have the easter day forecast, something to look forward to. >> denise: thank beth if you are looking for something to do to celebrate easter with your kids, nothing better than an easter egg hundred.
is sold out but you have another great idea for this easter? >> yes. we are at the children's museum of cleveland has closed our facility, we are running our museum without walls program, we will be at the botanical gardens later today cleveland state next saturday and leave land public library, a week from friday all information is on clevelandchildrensmuseum.org. >> denise: these are great ideas, nothing feels like spring than going inside the botanical gardens tkpraepb house. >> great place to go with the children. december tease talking about your new location, major fundraising effort right now i'm i'm really excited. >> we are too. it was a former university, we
hoping that if all fundraising goes right we'll start the project sometime this summer and open for 2017. >> denise: i love the location you have picked. >> it is a perfect location will have all the amenities, three times as much parking, will double in size, it looks like a dollhouse or castle. >> denise: were you able to save a home and create -- how much don't do you still need? >> about a quarter of million dollars before we find one. if anyone is interested in making a donation they can contact me differently. >> denise: thanks so much for being with us. >> next, pawsabilities is back and that you brought adorable animals. >> beth: here's that easter forecast, you want to see this. the winter like feel on the first day of spring doesn't
morning music, isn't it? papa d and the ago have a ares. live look outside, -- and the aggrevators. live look outside, sorry to say the flurries are flying, good news coming up in the forecast, we've got an alert going on inside the studios. the greater humane society of akron we have jim and nick. and two more pets that are up for adoption. 100% success rate we heard today. >> sometimes within hours of being on the show. >> denise: i'm so excited. she a sweetheart. >> she is cayenne, 89-year-old pitbull mix, shelter favorite, a graduate of one of the shelters four week basic manners class. she is showing it off now, a nice foundation in training and ready to learn more december
the cafeteria -- she did that she just wanted to kiss me. it is easter next week. how appropriate you brought in this beautiful [ talking over each other ] >> cheerio likes to have his ears rubbed. he's one of our new arrivals, he has been there for a couple of months. we like to recommend if people want to adopt a rabbit they don't do it just because it is easter the commitment is the same as a cat, dog or any other animal. >> denise: you still have to take care of them. >> they are not gifts, they are pets that being said he's ready for his forever home make a great addition, good with cats, dogs, kids, you name. >> denise: that's good to let's keep the 100% adoption rate going. if you want to adopt, you can
beth and i will keep you updated, we get super charged when someone comes and takes them home. >> beth: jim is usually the one who texts me. don't delay our animals, we put 'em up on tv and a lot of people are watching. fur interested, don't be shy. facebook is a great to get ahold of us. >> if you are going out to walk your dog or bunny, i don't know, maybe, clouds are going to rule the day. there are suggestions you see a little sun. it is really going to be about the cold and the wind chill but unfortunately, the flurries that comes first. some areas reporting flurries early this morning, out
twinsburg, where the puppies came bunny, mansfield 30 feels like 22 there. our by hour the clouds are going rule, we stay on the cold side no hope for today, temperature-wise, north breeze killing it. the dry air, the dew points in the teens, low 20s that means it is more like a desert in our area than the moist air that normally we see like in august when we get the high humidity, dew points screaming and you are going it is uncomfortable. now you probably need hand explosion because we are so dry that's helping keep some of the snow from reaching the ground. doppler shows it as heavier snow it is coming down, but not reaching the ground. light flurries out there, making the roads wet, a little heads-up, heading out to
turnpike a little heads-up, i would protect your skin more so than worry about snow boots. everything heading towards the east coast any travelers heading to boston, new york tomorrow, things might be a little delayed that nor'easter is going to hammer the east coast tomorrow. here's the snow now you can [ unintelligible ] tell by 9:00 it scoots out of here. throughout the day if you are south of the area, dover, steubenville, you could see a little rain showers you can see the suggestion from akron, canton middle of the day it will clear tonight tomorrow morning the snowbelt communities could wake to a withinry mix, never a big deal. -- a wintry mix, never a big deal. colting on the grass in some areas worth noting -- coating
noting. wednesday, thursday, near 60, rain showers wednesday, storms possible thursday mixed in with rain showers, stormy thursday night into friday, we improve towards easter, friday afternoon partly sunny, 45 cold front dips our temperature, we stay dry saturday, dry easter sunday back into the 50s above average where we've gotten used to staying. >> denise: oh boy. coming up, one little boy got to live his dream of being a
>> denise: you're listening one of the best blues guitarist in the country that we are so lucky to have here on our staff, papa d and the aggrevators. one little boy fulfilled his dreams friday night at the lake erie monsters game. you may have noticed a guy suited up, a little smaller than the rest of the players. the kid who is number one on the roster and of course in many hearts. >> tony: we first met 4-year-old rob yesterday we was busy teaming up with captain craig loading up on new gear and preparing for his
we had to keep the interview short. >> that's all for me today. >> okay. that's it, no more interviews? >> no. >> okay. that's what happens when you become a big shot hockey player. [ laughing ] >> oh yeah! >> tony: today he was facing the media again, this time at a press conference to sign his conference and make this deal official. -- to sign his contract and make this deal official. >> here's your jersey! [ applause ] >> tony: of course, the toughest thing for any rookie is to fit in. that was not going to be a problem for rob. >> look at this. whose name is that? there you go! >> tony: they slapped on the skates, elbow pads, got him into full grier he was ready to take the ice.
on his kidneys since . thanks to the monsters and a special wish foundation, rob was leaving that all moon for a day and living the dream. -- leaving that all behind for a day and living the dream. >> loaves the monsters. -- he loves the monsters. >> tony: rob was back in uniform before the monsters took on manitoba, experiencing a real introduction. ] >> tony: very likely inspiring his new teammates as he has inspired his family and friends for four years. >> is something we live for when we can take the wish of a sick child and make their wish come true, especially a local wish for someone to be a monsters fan, so incredible this is a blast. >> tony: no doubt for everyone involved.