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5 news midday. .we are iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." sam it's hard to call what we had yesterday warm but it's going to feel like a heat wave compared to the air we're packing today! we are looking at a steady and falling day for temperatures with our high temperature technically already having occurred at midnight. we are going to be very windy today so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so our temperatures will be steady and slowly rising into a much warmer day on wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a gentle west wind. thursday looks amazing with plenty of sunlight and high temps back in the mid 40s! enjoy every second of that warmth because starting friday temperatures will be steadily and slowly falling into a very cold weekend with some snow midday---- creeping up. at what one of the co-founders thinks of the jackpot amount and why he might not be too happy about it.
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mexican drug has been is awaiting trial here in the u.s. we now have the bodycam video from mexican authorities of his capture. elias: yesterday was the democratic brown and black we'll take a look back at the highlights of the between three presidential coming up. "local 5 news midday in hd starts now. we are iowa" elias: good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm elias johnson. elias: new at midday today-- elias: we have an update now on the case of shirley carter. last june, 68 year old shirley carter was found dead of a gunshot wound in her lacona home. now. shirley carter's widow, bill carter, has filed a wrongful death civil lawsuit against the couple's son, jason carter. charged have not yet been filed. be sure to stay tuned into local 5 as we continue to follow this story.
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the 2016 iowa state legislative session is now underway. and this morning, the governor laid out his priorities in his annual condition of the state address. terry branstad also unveiled his budget plans-- which includes increasing k-12 school funding by 145 million dollars. he also detailed his plan to re- route some of the state sales tax flagged for school infrastructure upgrades to help improve iowa's water quality. and he discussed a desire for both sides of the aisle to work together. we will hear a live report now that the speech is wrapped up, from our chief political reporter amanda krenz, a little later in the show. elias: as lawmakers prepared to get to work on the first day of the session yesterday, they also marked an historic moment for iowa... " nat pop" elias: clear lake's linday up,meyer was sworn in as was sworn in as to hold the position of representatives.
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stormer..served on the same seat thirty-four years ago.. elias: without a doubt, top of the to do general assembly will be education. after a long, drawn-out battle over funding for iowa schools last year, everyone from the governor, to the house, to the senate wants to see it resolved quickly this year. making it a number one priority for the 20-16 session. " koester 14:30 i believe iowans were dipleased with the amount of schools. can't continue to as schools to do more and more with less and less so that will be the top issue for me and i think many legislators. branstad 13:19 i hope the legislature will make an early decision on state aid and not spend the whole session fighting over it. elias: it. elias: lawmakers also talked about the possibility of raising the
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elias: an update on a west des moines firefighter injured in the line of duty sunday... elias: while battling a house fire sunday, firefighter was injured while on the a home on to find the home fully engulfed. officials say arnold was injured when the home started to collapse and an him. expected to be arnold has been a full-time firefighter for the cause of the under investigation... elias: and a well- known restaurant in sioux city was in flames monday. a few employees were inside when the fire started. crews arrived to sneaky's chicken around nine-a-m.. the fire started in a storage closet. no one was hurt, and the restuarant is expected to open back up soon. elias: meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: it's hard to call what
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feel like a heat wave compared to the air we are looking at a steady and falling day for temperatures with our high temperature technically already having occurred at midnight. we are going to be very windy today so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so our temperatures will be steady and slowly rising into a much warmer day on wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a gentle west wind. thursday looks amazing with plenty of sunlight and high temps back in the mid 40s! enjoy every second of that warmth
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slowly falling into a with some snow early on sunday. elias: in your national headlines now-- elias: the billionaire drug lord el chapo is back behind bars this morning, in seven u-s jurisdictions in their courts gutman is at the bloody had the first chapo's underground tunnels " they came in ready for a fight. nat gunfire (3 secs) but what the mexican marines got-- looked ? and sounded. nat stun grenade bang (1 secs) more like war. (3 secs) el chapo guzman's bodyguards fighting to the death? (2 secs) blasting away with (3.5 secs) returning fire - grenades. they move in. killing
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matt gutman look at the size of the bullet holes (1.5 secs) but no sign of el chapo? (11 secs) the mexican government had been hot on el chapo's heels since his secret meeting with sean penn and actress kate del castillo last october. el chapo wanted them to make a biopic about him? nats kate del castillo y sean penn grfx (14 secs) turns out, that meeting was being documented? mexican intelligence - photographing their every move? the pictures obtained by newspaper el universal - showing penn and del castillo arriving ... before heading for el chapo's mountain hideout in his plane? grfx (11 secs) sean penn ... now breaking his silence on his controversial rolling stone interview with the then-fugitive drug lord, telling the associated press monday - via email "i've got nothin' to hide." nats new video (6 secs) this morning, the magazine releasing the full 17-minute video el chapo sent penn, revealing... (3.5 secs) and this morning, a first look inside el chapo's safe house. (2.5 secs) on the couch, syringes and medicine. (5 secs) and on the bed, dvd's of kate del castillo's soap opera. the queen of the south. matt gutman the narcos liked watching shows about narcos. (4 secs) inside el chapo's bedroom ... this mirror concealing his hidden
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this light fixture was the lever that you pull that opens this up (1 sec) leading to the tunnel. matt gutman: they had to crawl under that to get over there?right there is that door. it looks like a portal on a submarine and through there is the entrance to the drainage system . " elias: coming up on local 5 news midday... tonight is president obama's last state of the union address. we'll take a preview look at what to expect, and why this speech might be different from years past. elias: and... despite a losing conference record - the iowa state cyclones are not pushing the panic button as they get into the meat of the big 12 elias: next.... chili cook-off crews are on
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" : elias: 6th annual roasting cancer chili cook-off benefiting the leukemia and lymphoma society marcie morrison - event chair (will be there as well) 1)intro of event date- friday, january 15 where - embassy suites, downtown des moines when - 6 pm $25 at the door or $20 online at: website - www.roastingca ncer.com chili tasting, beer doll distributing, auction - silent and live 24 professionals and amateurs entered storm warning coldwell banker mid- america group, realtors 2)intro of chefs and their chilis
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of operations, guru bbq jammie monohan, chef, malo 3)tasting 4)marcie discusses sponsorship and any other details 6th annual roasting cancer chili cook-off benefiting the society december 7, 2015) - coldwell banker mid- america group, realtors is proud to be a lead sponsor of the 6th annual roasting cancer chili cook-off with all proceeds benefiting the leukemia and lymphoma society. this year's event will be held january 15th, 2016 beginning at 6:00pm. the event will be held at the embassy suites, 101 e. euclid, des moines iowa. the cost is $20 for pre purchased tickets, $25 at the door and children under 10 are $5. the chili cook-off is an event involving local amateurs and professional chefs who will enter their chili, cornbread or both for attendees to sample, along with beer samples donated
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the contest is judged by local celebrities-tv, radio and written media. the event includes chili, cornbread, beer tasting, live music and an auction. past events have averaged 25 professional and amateur chili entrants, 10 cornbreads and 200-250 attendees. the event was created by and run by, four friends: marcie morrison, sonya heitshusen, richelle lowery and sue olson with the purpose of research and family roasting cancer! to purchase tickets or complete details please visit ncer.com america group, based member of estate corporation. developer with over 35 years of experience, affiliated with coldwell banker in 1990. by combining local ownership,
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national support services, coldwell banker mid-america group, realtors offers a full range of premier real estate services. about coldwell banker since 1906, the
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: it's hard to call what we had yesterday warm but it's going to feel like a heat wave compared to the air we're packing today! we are looking at a steady and falling day for temperatures with our high temperature technically already
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so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so be steady and slowly rising into a much warmer day on wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a gentle west wind. thursday looks amazing with plenty of sunlight and high temps back in the mid 40s! enjoy every second of that warmth because starting friday temperatures will be steadily and slowly falling into a very cold weekend with some snow showers possible early on sunday. sam: elias:
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still to come on local five news midday... financial advisor cameron mccarty is on with some tips to manage your finances in the
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elias: vividtaxadvisory. com new disclaimer suggested anchor intro: while star wars mania reaches new heights, local financial professional cameron mccarty, owner of vivid tax advisory services says there are a few money lessons we all can galaxy's most famous jedi masters. how some of yoda's can extend beyond the us master our financial futures. us about money? a: he was not only a master at teaching force and how to use it, he can also teach us a thing or two about our finances. "do, or do not. there is no try." the beginnings of a budget is not winning the powerball jackpot
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dollars. here's why.the odds of winning are 1 in 292 million, so your chances are not good. you have a better chance of dating a supermodel, being attacked by a shark or getting hit by lightning. (source if you choose to use stat: new york post) we need to make sure we are using what money we do have...wisely. the best way to do that is to make a budget. a budget is the cornerstone of a solid financial plan, but only about one-third of american households have a written budget (according to a 2013 gallup poll.) a budget worksheet, like the one i have on my website at vividtaxadvisory.com, will help you get started. first, write down your income. then write down all your expenses. include fixed expenses like your rent, car payments and cable; and your variable expenses like gas, groceries and entertainment. if you sit down and
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what you really need, you can likely spot places where you can cut back. you can either sock away that extra income into your savings or retirement. "control, control, you must learn control!" 70% of people who land a big windfall, lose it within several years, (source if you choose to use stat: the national endowment for financial education.) many are not prepared for a change in lifestyle and they don't set a budget, but even millionaires should have a solid financial plan. a car repair, a leaky roof, an er visit - there are countless unexpected expenses that could hit us at
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"your wathcing local 5
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are iowas most accurate forecast. this is local 5 midday. we are iowa" elias: saturday's home loss to baylor may not have felt like a disaster to the cyclone nation... but it's not time to hit the panic button. local five's jordan furbee has more from ames. "well believe it or not, the sky isn't falling here in ames. ya the cyclones are 1-2 in conference play and this isn't the start anyone envisioned, but they hope to change that starting tuesday" "this isn't the end of the world, i mean we're three weeks into conference play. you're not even thinking about the conference championship race until the last two weeks of the season." "pump the brakes a little bit. you know i know we had a lot of high expectations for this year and those can still be high. we're working, we're working at this, i heard someone say earlier 'rome wasn't build in
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adversity hit us this year and i don't think we're crumbling at all. we're still positive and still believe in ourselves so i think they should too." "it ain't like we racking up our shoes and waiting for another year. so it's never too bad when you can play another day and get better. so i just feel like fans, they going to be fans, you love 'em, i love 'em, good or bad. they're always going to keep supporting us, so i'm not too much worried about it." "but don't be mistaken, this team still knows what its goals are, they're just focused on the big picture..." "the expectation is to win a conference championship, be in houston, get to the final four, i get all that. i embrace all that. the thing is, we can't get caught up in all that. the best thing about my guys right now is they've been all committed, all saying the right things, all about the right things and as long as they're doing that, then we're heading in the right direction. we know we're talented, we know we
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i'm in this for the long haul, and so we're trying to be as best we can in february, march and put ourselves in great postseason run." cyclones now head to austin texas where they'll face fellow first year head coach shaka smart and the 8pm. furbee, local 5 sports we are iowa." the a-p standings... here's the top sitting at number one. with iowa state falls at 17th right behind the iowa hawkeyes at 16... both currently have 12 and three records.. elias: coming up on local 5 news midday... the first gop debate of 20-16 is coming up this thursday. find out who has made the cut,
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three weeks left until caucus night. elias: next.... yesterday marked the first day of the state legislative season of 2016, and today governor branstad gave his annual condition of the state address. we'll take a live look from the statehouse,
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" elias: good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm elias johnson. elias: our top story today elias: this morning was governor branstad's annual condition of the state address where he outlined his plans for the coming year. local 5 chief political correspondent amanda krenz is live now at the statehouse to tell us about what he said. amanda? amanda/livetvu2: governor branstad's main points condition of the state address the 2016 iowa state
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now underway. and this morning, the governor laid out his priorities in his annual condition of the state address. fs terry branstad also unveiled his budget plans-- which includes increasing k-12 school funding by 145 million dollars. he also detailed his plan to re-route some of the state sales tax flagged for school infrastructure upgrades to help improve iowa's water quality. and he discussed a desire for both sides of the aisle to work together. we will hear a live report now that the speech is wrapped up, from our chief political reporter amanda krenz, a little later in the show.
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powerball is on the lips of millions across the country today...with the jackpot value now reaching 1.5 billion dollars. jackpot value now reaching 1.5 billion dollars. but for one man right here in
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right here in west des moines... powerball meant more than a chance to strike it rich... it was a big part of his life for 20 years. you may remember seeing mike pace on your tv screens twice a week for more than twenty years from the late eighties to 2008... he was the host of the game... and says even today people still mention the powerball to him on a daily basis. the highest the jackpot ever got when he hosted was a mere 365 million... he said the record breaking jackpot is bringing back memories of his time as host... i never got so much as a postcard from all those multimillionaries... no thankyous! sadly elias: as the game host ... he wasn't allowed to buy a ticket or play in the powerball for all those years. now that he's able to play we asked if he would buy a ticket for wednesdays
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elias: meanwhile, local 5 spoke with one of the co- founders of the powerball, who is a central iowa resident. co-creator of the powerball and former iowa lottery president edward stanek helped form the game into what it is today more than 20 years ago.... and he says this huge powerball jackpot... could actually hurt the game... he's actually missing out on powerball frenzy... he's out of the country in europe but told us over the phone... he's not entirely happy about super sized jackpot... he says it will be hard to get the amount that high again.... and it could hurt the future of the game. the jackpot generates interest, but may not be whats best for the game itself, to prolong it's life cycle and make people happy for a longer period of time elias: that co creator
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players to win.... changing the or introducing when necessary game. elias: man is glad he picked up one for saturday's drawing... joel dominguez had enough matching numbers to take home one million dollars. planning to pay off student loans, help his family and invest the money. and he's still having a hard time believing it's all real. " read me the numbers, she did and they were it. i jumped around and screaming, i called over my family screaming and said we won! we won one million dollars!" elias: some things to keep in mind when playing...the odds of winning the powerball are about 1 in 292 point 2 million. which are the same for each play you purchase. in iowa, you can
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plays on each ticket. elias: forget the ice scraper, this car owner is going to need a blow torch. icy water from scraper, this car owner is going to need a blow torch. icy water from lake erie, snow, rain and heavy winds created this "carcicle." the vehicle was spotted parked along route five in hamburg, new york.... a lake effect snow band was dumping about two inches of snow per hour on the region monday. elias: meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: it's hard to call what we had yesterday warm but it's going to feel like a heat wave compared to the air we're packing today! we are looking at a
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our high temperature technically already having occurred at midnight. we are going to be very windy today so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so our temperatures will be steady and slowly rising into a much warmer day on wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a gentle west wind. thursday looks amazing with plenty of sunlight and high temps back in the mid 40s! enjoy every second of that warmth because starting hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley each took the stage at drake university to address iowans. as part of the brown and black forum, the candidates answered questions mostly dealing with racism and economic issues for monorities. local 5's sabrina ahmed goes over what the candidates had to say. " hey good morning guys here at the brown and black forum here at drake university it was an
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for the democratic presidential canidates all three of them were here of course bernie sanders hillary clinton martin o'malley they went in reverse alpabetical order so first up bernie sanders he talked about his stance on healthcare and how he wants to provide healthcare for everyone by the government there is one country in the entire industrilized world one that does not gurantee health care to all people that country is called the united states of america o'malley was the 2nd person to come on stage he talked about his viablity in iowa and how hes going suprise everyone come caucus night he also spoke about education funding and he slammed governor branstad about his stance on education funding now hillary clinton the 3rd person to take to the stage got a bit of social media buzz regarding one question she received from a student here at drake unversity regarding white privliege take a listen secratary clinton can you tell us what the term white privlege means to you and can you give me an example from your life or career when you think you have benefited from it for me look i was born white middle class in
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schools i had a very strong supportive family i had a lot of great experinces growing up clinton also spoke about immigration and she was asked about her stance on deporting immigrant children she kind of skirted that question but did say she would give all of them due process now the major topics of conversation tonight criminal justice immigration education economic development and health care all very important topics for these canidates also something that will change the conversation in the coming weeks before the iowa caucus's espcially for this voting base reporting from the drake unversity campus sbarina ahmed local 5 news we are iowa elias: ahead of thursday's republican presidential debate, fox business news has released the roster... only seven
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primetime stage for the sixth debate....a much smaller roster than past debates. as is customary, a preliminary debate will be held for those who didn't make the cut, including rand paul. but paul wasn't happy with not qualifying for primetime. (rand paul/(r) presidential candidate) " and we think they're confused, because presidential candidate) " and we think they're confused, because they're not including g us on the main stage, and we think they're really wrong with that. because if you look at the poll numbers, the last half-a-dozen polls that have come out, we've been in either fifth or sixth or one point away from four. so we think it's a rotten thing to do to try and designate which candidates have a chance and don't, and so we will not participate in anything that's not first-tier." elias: others invited to the undercard debate include carly fiorina, mike huckabee, and rick santorum. there is one more republican
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it is january 28th at in des moines. elias: president obama in his final state of the union tonight is expected to speak about how far we've come in the last 7 years since he's been in office. in this joint session, mr. obama could use this speech to highlight other issues on his agenda and frame the choice facing americans as they select the next president abc's stephanie ramos has more.. president abc's stephanie ramos has more.. "obama sot: i have no more campaigns to run. my only agenda -- i know, because i won both of them. (applause) that was president obama at last year's state of the union address...... now...in his final year in office he'll speak before congress for the last time .... but instead of trying to persuade the joint session to work with him in 2016 ..with legislative to- do's?. the president is expected to deliver a speech...with a slightly different tone compared to years past. in a video released by the white house.......mr. obama previews what
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sot from video "what i want to focus on in this state of the union is not just the remarkable progress we've made, not just what i want to get done in the year ahead, but what we all need to do together in the years to com. " the president's speech will try to frame a choice facing americans as they select the next president of the united states... expect to also hear.....about the economy's recovery the affordable care act... and foreign policy... he's also expected to touch on the gun violence epidemic, and the legalization of same sex marriage.... soundbite: (english) matthew dallek, george washington university: "it does become a little speech in terms of defining what has been achieved." a long list of guests sitting with first lady michelle obama to includes....a refugee from war torn syria... to army reserve major
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just three women to complete the vigorous army ranger course. a chair in mrs. obama's box will be left empty to honor victims of gun violence. " the president's at eight this evening... the republican response will follow, being give by south carolina and of course president's at ten. local 5 news (weather) sam has the details in central iowa's most accurate up.
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co itoelng hr d lko . nd tay elias: we will take january 12. our event chair doug vinsand and one of our "dates" jon phillips will be available if that works. i will have them in studio at 11:10 for the 11:30 spot. the young variety logo is
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our website: http: photos from last found here: https: thanks, megan megan grandgeorge variety- the children's charity director of marketing and public relations 515.243.4660 varietyiowa.com contact: megan grandgeorge 515-243-4660 megan@varietyio wa.com 5th annual des moines sweetheart date night auction jan. 16 an event benefiting young variety- the children's charity find your valentine early this year at the 5th annual des moines sweetheart date night auction! this year's auction is saturday, january 16, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at jasper winery with all proceeds benefit young variety- the children's charity. the evening's main event is the date
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most eligible guys and gals from around des moines will be on the auction block and each will have a special date planned for the highest bidder. past dates include dinner and rock climbing,cooking class with alesandra, dinner and ice skating at brenton plaza and other adventures. tickets are $20 and are available at the door the evening of the event. food by vinny's bbq is included in your ticket price, wine and beer are available for purchase. single and civic minded? sign up to be auctioned off! contact doug at dvinsand@deeze e.com for more information. young variety is party of variety- the children's charity and is comprised of young professionals in central iowa who are committed to improving the lives of underprivileged, at- risk and special needs children throughout our state. for more information on how you can be a part of
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: it's hard to call what we had yesterday warm but it's going to feel like a heat wave compared to the air we're packing today! we are looking at a steady and falling day for temperatures with our high temperature technically already having occurred at midnight. we are going to be very windy today so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so our temperatures will be steady and slowly
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wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a gentle west wind. thursday looks amazing with plenty of sunlight and high temps back in the mid 40s! enjoy every second of that warmth because starting friday temperatures will be steadily and slowly falling into a very cold weekend with some snow showers possible early on sunday. sam: elias:
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elias: elias: you're watching local five news midday. we'll be back after this.
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sam weather adlib: it's hard to call what we had yesterday warm but it's going to feel like a heat wave compared to the air we're packing today! we are looking at a steady and falling day for temperatures with our high temperature technically already having occurred at midnight. we are going to be very windy today so while temps will be in the single digits most of the day, wind chills will be between well below zero and at times even lower than -10. the winds will relax and switch to the south tonight so our temperatures will be steady and slowly rising into a much warmer day on wednesday. expect highs to climb to around 31 degrees tomorrow with partly sunny skies and a
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