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before the coldest air so far this season moves in for saturday and sunday, i'm tracking snow showers in the forecast later today. i'll have the timing in your neighborhood and impacts coming up in my updated forecast. the cold weather is not helping at the scene of this watermain break in montgomery county. i'm barbara harrison with the slippery mes crews and pedestrians are having to deal with. i'm melissa mollet with new information on the fire at woodmont country club. the response by firefighters and the major damage left behind. news4 midday starts now. as early as 5, 6:00,
of town. they'll push inside the beltway as early as 7, 8:00 p.m. here you can see snow moving through the area, continues to push off toward the east. and it's out of here by midnight. as these snow showers move through, temperatures will be below freezing and we could see around an inch or less. that could lead to some slick spots. a heads up there. throughout the day tomorrow, a few flurries possible. toward the end of the evening rush we'll be tracking snow showers. otherwise cold. relatively light winds during the evening hours. temperatures, though, in the 20s. wait until you see the windchills tomorrow. the coldest it's been so far this season. i'll have more on that, barbara alrea , in ten minutes. >> could it get any colder? thanks, amelia. road crews are getting ready for the snow amelia just talked about. the plan is to pretreat bridges and overpasses as well as the freeways and other major routes tonight and tomorrow. meanwhile cold air is complicat
main break at a major montgomery county intersection. crews had to salt down veirs mill road and shut down some of the lanes there. news4's megan mcgrath is live where they're working to fix the break now. megan? >> reporter: barbara, certainly this cold weather is to blame for this water main break that you see behind me here. they're also having trouble closing off some of the valves to the water is still flowing to the broken pipe. lanes are closed on veirs mill road just north of connecticut avenue. if you look to the side of the road, you can also see we're having some issues with icing. it began yesterday as a crack in a 24-inch pipe under veirs mill road. then early this morning, a joint burst, creating a larger problem. water that froze onto the sidewalk, knocked carolyn gupta off her feet. >> i got up to the grass, laid
>> reporter: crews did treat the sidewalk. salt trucks will remain on standby until repair is finished. meantime, veirs mill road is down to one lane. and the impact will likely be felt for much of the day. >> once the water is out, typically six hours or so, it's definitely going to be all day today. hopefully we can get it done before the evening rush. but i'm not holding my breath on that one. >> reporter: you can see here this gentleman trying to get by on the sidewalk. the ice has been a real challenge here. we still have water that's coming up when the cars pass by, up onto the sidewalk. this has been an ongoing issue. now, some water customers are going to lose service when they finally do shut these valves down. apparently they're having to shut down a lot of the valves. i don't know how many people will be affected yet. they're not going to know that number until they actually get the system shut down and th
number. but this is going to be with us for a while. on veirs mill road, megan mcgrath, news4. i'm pat lawson muse with breaking news at the live desk. a double shooting at a high school in glendale, arizona. the associated press says two teenagers have been shot. our nbc affiliate is reporting the school is on lockdown right now. they say it's not clear whether those teens are students at the school. meanwhile roads are closed all around the campus which has around 2,000 students. we'll keep an eye on this breaking news story and bring you updates as we get them here at the live desk. melissa? >> thank you, pat. montgomery county firefighters are working to find out what caused two big fires overnight. chopper 4 shot this video over a gutted barn at woodmont country club in rockville. it collapsed in on itself, just a mess. completely destroyed. firefighters are making sure there's no damage to the environment and also are on standby in case of any
no one was hurt, not in rockville or potomac, where a chicken choop caught fire. firefighters say some chickens died. the fire department has not said how the fire started. another student has come forward saying he was a victim of sexual abuse at judge sylvania woods elementary school. parents packed the school last night wanting an explanation of how 22-year-old deonte carraway could abuse at least a dozen victims and go undetected. some of the abuse allegedly took place on school property. >> unfortunately the more we keep looking, the more we keep finding. and the broader the whole matter seems to be getting. >> the mother of an 11-year-old victim has also filed a new civil lawsuit. meanwhile leaders in prince georges county schools are taking action to try to prevent future abuse. the district put together a task force to review its current policies. next week, pri
mandatory meetings with staff to go over abuse training and reporting. counselors are also meeting with students about appropriate contact in the classroom. a clear appeal to the minority vote ahead of the south carolina primary. senator bernie sanders has a new campaign ad addressing police brutality. it features eric garner's daughter, the new york man who died after police put him in a chokeho chokehold. here is a peek at the ad. >> i'm behind anyone who is going to listen and speak up for us. and i think we need to believe in a leader like bernie sanders. >> race relations were a divisive part of last night's pbs debate. sanders said he would improve the lives of minority voters. hillary clinton promised transparency, saying the country needed an honest conversation about where to go next. >> i want to tackle those barrieha
of too many americans right now. african-americans who face discrimination in the job market, education, housing, and the criminal justice system. >> and take a look, this new clinton ad will start running in south carolina this weekend. it's narrated by the husband of one of the victims of last year's racially motivated shooting at a church at charleston. on the republican side, you've heard of kissing babies, right? well, donald trump kind of takes that familiar campaign trail sight to a whole new level. he signed that little boy's hand, look at the kid's hair, after he was at the front of an audience at a political rally in baton rouge, louisiana. the boy was apparently sucking on a be jewelled trump-themed pacifier. i don't know where you get that. >> i don't either. >
i'm eun yang. a look at the stories you're clicking on this morning. british fashion giant burbury is facing a class action lawsuit. the suit claims the company used misleading price tags at its outlet stores. burbury declined to comment on the lawsuit. take a look at that big air. snowboarding made its debut at boston's fenway park last night, taking their shot at a 140-foot ramp, can't be afraid of heights. check out the tremendous back flip, yikes.
congratulations to them. way braver than me. it looks like kanye west and taylor swift are in another feud of sorts. apparently kanye asked taylor to promote his new song on twitter but she apparently turned him down because of the, quote, misogynistic message, one line saying that he made taylor famous is causing an uproar online. this is just the latest in kanye's feuds while promoting his latest album now called "the life of pablo." that's what's tren
5:00, temperatures still generally in the low to mid-30s. by 8:00, as we're tracking snow showers moving through the area, temperature around 30. winds not so bad today, as yesterday. feeling 23 in gaithersburg, 19 in washington, as well as fredericksburg. in 10 minutes i'll take a look at weekend windchills. exactly how cold it will feel throughout the day on saturday as well as sunday, barbara. >> thanks, amelia. >> right now pope francis is on a 12-hour flight to central america. he will arrive in cuba in just a few hours from now, where we'll talk with the head of the russian orthodox church. the meeting is a big deal because the churches have been at odds since they split back in the 11th century. pope francis then flies to mexico for a five-day visit there. that starts tonight. this afternoon you can watch
president obama make an appearance on "the ellen show." you can look forward to a special valentine's message from the commander in chief. because i love you so much, i obamacare about you more than you even know. [ laughter ] >> watch more of the president's appearance on "ellen" today at 3:00 right here on nbc 4. >> maybe he'll sing. >> maybe he will. he's got a good voice. after the break, the cold weekend that's coming. plus the makers of the "star wars" series are in legal
i lead the 11 o'clock news with stories of gun violence.
and like many of you, my family lived through the beltway sniper crisis. in congress, i'll fight to expand background checks on guns and ammunition, ban assault weapons, and mandate gun safety locks, because too many kids die from accidental shootings. let's show the nra we're not afraid of them; as democrats, as americans, as parents. i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message.
right now we're bracing for what could be some record low temperatures and possible snowfall this weekend. news4's molette green is live along the waterfront to show us how folks plan to get through this brutal cold. >> reporter: when your office is outside, you learn how to survive in this frigid weather. birds have their feathers to warm them along washington's frigid waterfront. people, however, are layered up, until they can walk or run inside a warm place. nicole savage can't wait to board her charter bus and vase
so we're good. >> reporter: but for those who work outside. >> i've just got to bundle up and deal with it. >> reporter: for 38 years, harley canad a"y has done utility work in all kinds of weather. >> we're in the promise of hooking them up. giving them electricity. >> reporter: while construction workers do their part of the job, all outside. >> the thermals are on. the under armour. as long as i stay busy, i'll be warm. >> reporter: and, you know, it's all about wearing the right amount of layers and making sure you don't get wet, you stay dry. the workers that i talk to take it very seriously because they know about the high risk of h o hypotherm hypothermia, even frostbite. in the worst scenarios, frostbite mirrors burn injuries, and the treatment in many cases is amputation.
green, news4. >> the coldest day will be saturday but the coldest time period will be sunday morning as we look to the coldest air we've had all season. i'm going to step out of the screen right now. hearing that ringing going off, we do t.o.p. radio and we have to set alarms when we have a lot going on in the weather office. for today it will feel like temperatures are in the 20s. tomorrow it will feel like temperatures are the in single digits throughout the day when you factor in very windy conditions, the winds not as bad on sunday. during the morning hours it will feel about 5 below to 5 above zero. by the afternoon it will feel like temperatures are in the single digits and teens. a good weekend to stay indoors and catch up on some tv shows you've been missing on monday. we do start to warm up, but some snow is in the forecast on monday. more than that in ten minutes. >> thanks, amelia. developing this morning, metro is getting some more changes in leadership as the new deputy gm of operations is stepping down. rro
most recently he held that post but says he's leaving the job now. he brought the new rail cars to the system and headed up major infrastructure projects. there have also been problems, though. metro's assistant gm of transit infrastructure is going to be replace him. this morning the resignation is official for dr. juliette sausey. she turned in a four-page resignation letter on tuesday. in it she says people in the district are dying needlessly in cases that are not making news. she told news4 there is a lack of cooperation when it comes to improving ems service. right now, flower shops in our area are doing big business. after the break, the steps being taken to keep those deliveries on time.
the british government is suing disney this morning over "star wars." you might remember when actor harrison ford broke his leg during production of the film. england's health and safety executive says the force awakens production company broke the law because it didn't do enough to keep ford from getting hurt. there's a hearing scheduled for may. after he was injured, ford said it was just an accident. valentine's day is here in just a couple of days. that of course means the rush is on to fill all of those valentine's requests. inside a bethesda florist, a team is tackling one bouquet after another. they have brought on dozens of extra temporary workers just for the holiday. 20 drivers are on the road starting today to make all of those deliveries. >> not everybody has a loved one, but they haveeb
special they want to send something to, and it's got to arrive this weekend. >> many of the flowers, including roses, have been shipped in from around the world. this year they're coming from california and thailand. florists say you have some time to get in those orders. but not too much time, don't procrastinate too much. >> do you like flowers? >> you can go to the grocery store and get them for me. they might be prettier from the florist's, though. after the break, today's snow chances.
and here's the latest, high temperatures today to warm to the low to mid-30s. a high of 34 and lighter winds. as we move into the evening hours between 5 and 10:00 p.m. prosecutor some snow showers move through the area. a coating is likely. good news, crews are out treating the road, shouldn't be too much of an issue for evening ur
high of 24 feels more like the single digits throughout the day, with partly to mostly cloudy skies in the forecast for sunday. valentine's day, look at our temperature. sunday morning, 9 degrees, a high of 23. president's day, snow showers are look liing likely. a long weekend, get up to the north and enjoy some powder. i'll have more on the storm system on monday and tuesday in ten minutes. there's a need forome new space recruits. nasa's next generation of astronauts. the call is getting an astronomical number of applicants. nbc's tom costello has more from the johnson space center in houston. >> zero gee and i feel fine. >> reporter: for nearly 60 years, they've been america's heroes. >> it's one small step for man. >> reporter: the men and women with the right stuff. now
suiting up. a ph.d. in marine biology, astronaut clause of 2013. in your dream world, do you think about what kind of mission you would love? >> i would love to go back to the moon, a great first step to getting to mars as well. >> reporter: today, she's in the water, training for a mission to the space station. it's one of the biggest indoor pools in the world, the equivalent of 60 olympic pools. deep enough to hold 6 million gallons of water. and every new astronaut will spend considerable time here, getting wet. >> i'm the first person to be alone on an entire planet. >> reporter: the movie "the martian" has rekindled the public's fascination with mars. a real mars mission could be 20 years away. but nasa is now accepting applications for its next class of astronauts. minimum requirements, a bachelor's degree in math, science, or engineering, with experience or a military background. >> certainly good communication skills, the ability to work
a leader and a follower. >> reporter: critical, since a mars mission could last two to three years. >> would you want to go camping with somebody we can't get along with, spend a week in the woods with them, let alone two years in a tent with those people? >> reporter: nasa only needs eight to 14 new astronauts. already 6100 people have applied online. future missions could include a rendezvous with an astronaut, or even mars. >> getting people there and back safely, i would be up for it. >> reporter: two to three years far from home. for some, the stuff dreams are made up. tom costello, nbc news, houston. >> pretty cool. a stellar will you vidnew v lot of you are watching. >> continues tens of millions of views online. take a look. ♪ >> the band perfor
inside a parabolic plane. that means they can experience zero gravity. >> that's a heck of a party. nasa even referenced the viral video, showing how they train astronauts the same way. now lots of kids will say, for my birthday -- another busy weekend of campaigning and debating for the candidates for president. >> why bernie sanders is
the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. >> that is a low blow. the united states in fact should join the rest of the industrialized world and guarantee health care to all people. >> the numbers don't add up. once i'm in the white house -- >> secretary clinton, you're not in the white house yet. >> in decision 2016, candidates doubled down on their messages. one week from tomorrow, voters in nevada and south carolina weigh in on the presidential campaign. nbc's tracie potts looks ahead. >> we should level with the american people about what we can do. >> every proposal that i have introduced has been paid for. >> reporter: the democrats' last debate before
focused hard on issues and president obama. >> the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. >> madam secretary, that is a low blow. >> republican frontrunner donald trump is taking aim at nearly all the competition, including ted cruz's latest ad. >> he pretends to be a republican. >> i just hope you don't believe the crap, because it's all crap, okay? they're lies. >> reporter: in the deep south, they're focusing on faith. >> a lot of people ask me, you know, shouldn't you separate your faith from politics? and the answer is you better hope that i don't. >> frankly, it's in the lands of the lord as to what happens next. >> reporter: jeb bush hopes to energize his campaign by bringing in his brother, former president george bush, on monday. >> he is the most popular republican alive. >> south carolina is in the business of picking presidents. >> reporter: today, more rallies in south carolina. buthe
donald trump is in florida today. this weekend we'll see democrats in nevada and colorado. and you'll see the republicans studying this weekend. their next debate, tomorrow night in south carolina. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. republicans have another day of campaigning before their first debate in south carolina. at 9:00 tomorrow night they'll face off in a cbs debate in greenville. donald trump, ted cruz, and marco rubio top the polls, in that order. you may remember ohio governor john kasich finished second in the new hampshire primary but in south carolina he's polling at an average of just 2%. right now it is cold. but by the end of the weekend we could be dreaming of these temperatures on your screen. amelia, what can we expect? >> melissa, temperatures will warm into the low to mid-20s saturday and sunday. windchills will be in the single digits on saturday and single digits and teens on sunday. presi's
with snow. if kids were going to school, school would be cancelled. warmer temperatures on monday and tuesday, 30s on monday, 40s on tuesday. this will begin as snow on monday, could have a snowy day on monday. that then transitions to a wintry mix monday night, and eventually a rainy day on tuesday. this system will have moderate impacts on the area, especially throughout the day monday and early tuesday, melissa. >> thanks, amelia. a baltimore court is refusing to postpone the trial in the case of freddie gray's death. maryland's court of appeals has been asked to review the chases of five officers whose trials could hinge on whether a sixth officer could be forced to testify against them. a judge ruled officer william porter must testify against two officers. porter has appealed that decision. freddie gray suffered a fatal final injury last april after he was arrested by baltimore police. his death caused violent
city, barbara. at least 18 months before you can get a vaccine for the zika virus. that's the latest from the world health official. health officials say the world's response to the growing concern has been fast and as many as 15 companies are looking to develop vaccines. right now the vaccine is nearly a year and a half away, though, from large scale trials. and zika is the topic of a meeting under way right now here in washington. dr. anthony fauci and other medical experts are speaking here in the nation's capital. he said not to be afraid of a major outbreak in the u.s. >> will that localized spread explode into a broad explosion in the u.s.? we're cautious, but it's highly unlikely due to conditions in the u.s., compared to south america. >> this panel is part of the annual meeting of the american association for the advancement
through the weekend, barbara. >> thank you, pat. this morning, we're learning about maryland's first official case of the zika virus. but medical confidentiality restricts what officials are allowed to say about it. it looks like the person did travel to a country in central america were mosquitoes carry that virus. officials say the person has recovered and does not pose a danger to the community. >> this is really not cause for alarm or panic. >> maryland sent 17 zika test kits to the cdc for analysis. so far only one has been returned positive. two have been returned negative. better cell service.
much faster than today's networks. verizon says it will also test 5g. that's your business report. dc public schools are dealing with a major information mistake. private data from about 12,000 students was accidentally uploaded to a publicly accessible dropbox. the information included each student's i.d. number, race, age, school, disabilities, and any service he or she receives. the district is looking into the person who uploaded the data. the information was taken down several hours later. you've probably seen the video. now a museum is opening an exhibit on this, the sinkhole that swallowed eight corvettes on display. take a look at the moment they fell through the floor. that happened exactly two years ago today at the corvette museum in kentucky. that makes my stomach hurt, even though i'm not a big car person. the sinkhole was fixed but some of the c
this literally just in from the national weather service. we're looking at a winter weather advisory for areas in purple. this includes the entire dc metro area. my forecast hasn't changed, this is just the national weather service saying that yes, there's a high likelihood of snow showers through the area. the advisory goes into midnight tonight, a coating, maybe up to an inch of snow. the timing could cause some issues, kind of at the tail end of rush hour and as people are going out on friday night. maybe put your date off until saturday night. windy, 5 below to 5
sunday, windchills to 10 to 15 degrees. i'm aaron gilchrist with an opera based on "cry the beloved country." it's called "lost in the stars" and is based on the apartheid area. the show is an eclectic mix of different artistic types in terms of music and how it's all put together performance-wise. >> absolutely. that's one of the really cool things about this, it's accessible to everybody. there's elements of opera, musical theater, straight play. you'll cry, you'll laugh. it's just an enjoyable experience all around. a great ensemble cast. >> tell us about the production. it's a big cast, almost 40 people. >> a lot of people. a lot of people from the local area which is cool, they have roles in the show. the opera deals with ahe
more than that, it deals with the core issue of forgiveness. that's what resonates with me. there's a white father and a black father in the show, they have lost their children for different reasons, one was murdered, one sentenced to death. they come together over the loss of their sons for very different reasons. just the power of forgiveness, it's one of those things where i was fortunate to do this show four years ago in upstate new york, and at the end of every performance we would all be in tears onstage, and people would in the audience as well, watching it. it's just a really powerful story. >> it's great to draw that sort of emotion. it's a tough topic. a real topic. does that make it, i don't know, harder to handle? >> yeah. >> for you as a preferformer. >> there's a black chorus and a white chorus, and they're split up. the way rehearsals are
structured, you're doing each group by themselves. it starts to draw farther apart. it's something that naturally happens in rehearsal. at the end of every rehearsal people are giving each other hugs, it's all good. >> fans of nbc and "america's got talent" might recognize you, you got pretty far there. how was that? >> it was awesome, we were finalists on season 8. we do crossover music. it's been a blast. in the years since we've gotten to go to the white house, meet president obama. we've done a lot of cool things. it's been a lot of fun, a wild ride. >> we wish you the best with the show coming up here soon. "lost in the stars" runs through february 20th at the kennedy center's eisenhower theater. >> sounds like a great show, thanks, aaron. police are looking into the past of a man who attacked people with a machete. and incredible pictures out of pennsylvania. stay with us.
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i'm pat lawson muse with an update on the breaking news story here at the live desk. a double shooting at a high school in glendale, arizona. our nbc affiliate in phoenix reports police officers are not looking for a shooter at this time. the school is on lockdown, however. in the past how far hour we learned the teenagers shot are fe
not they are students. about 2,000 students attend the school. back to you. >> thank you, pat. about 2,000 students go to that school that she was just talking about. in other news, firefighters are on the scene of a maintenance barn destroyed in a fire in rockville at woodmont country club. we don't know how the fire started. the montgomery county fire department says no one was hurt. also right now, crews are working to fix a big watermain break on veirs mill road. they say it started with a crack in the street yesterday. the 24-inch main then opened up. that happened today. the break is spraying water on the street. sidewalk crews are working really hard to make sure nothing freezes. when a water main breaks during frigid temperatures, take a look at how bad it can get. massive icicles have formed on power
this town in pennsylvania. the water flowed for three hours. the massive amount of water mixed with cold temps created ice that formed on just about everything. no question it is really cold there. yes, it's cold there. it's relatively speaking chilly here right now and refrigerated tomorrow and sunday. before we get to your saturday and sunday, we'll be dealing with snow showers this evening, between 5 and 10:00 p.m. here is future weather. it's about an hour behind, but you'll get the idea. these snow showers move through, impacting the dc metro area as early as 7:00. they continue to impact washington until about the 9, 10:00 p.m. hours, and then push out. we're talking about a coating of accumulation. but because of the timing and the temperatures, that could lead to slick spots. tomorrow, dry. only a few flurries possible. but it will be windy tomorrow. dining out tonight, temperatures will be in the 20s, again, dealing with those snow showers until about 10:00. otherwise, bundle up. >> thanks, amelia, we
today after a scary situation at dinner time inside an ohio restaurant. a man with a machete attacking at random. investigators are trying to figure out if this could be a case of home-ground extremism. here is nbc's pete williams. >> reporter: frightening moments for diners at a columbus, ohio restaurant on thursday, when a man wielding a machete began randomly attacking customers. >> we've got at least four injured, if you could send four medics. >> reporter: police say the man walked boo tinto the nazareth restaurant, had a conversation with an employee, then came back a half hour later. police say he approached a couple sitting at a booth just inside. >> this was a brutal attack. he walks to people who are just there having dinner and starts attacking them. some of the patrons there started throwing chairs at him, just trying to get him out of there. >> reporter: after the attack, the man drove away
car, leading police on a chase. >> are you behind him? >> that was the car following him. >> reporter: police officers forced him off the road a few miles away and tried to subdue him with tasers but they say he managed to get out of his car with the machete and a knife. >> i lunged across the hood at the officers. they fired a couple of shots at him and put him down. >> reporter: regulars of a popular restaurant in a quiet neighborhood were shaken. >> scared the crap out of me. i just got here. now i'm trying to find out what's going on because that's the my friend who work there. >> that was pete williams reporting. police have not identified the man with the machete. the four people wounded in the attack are all expected to survive. we may soon find out where that oily sheen on the potomac river came from. it was found at gravelly point. the coast guard says samples are being promised
i'm eun yang with a look at what's trending today. you won't believe this, nbc news has followed two hunters as they compete to capture and kill the most burmese pythons around everglades national park. people are nuts, aren't they? not only could they win $8,000, they're also hoping to rid the park's ecosystem of the invasion of the dangerous animals. better them than me. the internet is all abuzz about the latest harry potter news. j.k. rowling tweeted, even if you haven't managed to get tickets to see "harry potter and the cursed child," you'll be able to read the play. the book is out this summer, sure to be a best-seller. a
cold friday. this is about a service dog called ace. he gets to meet his disney brother, pluto. ace got to pay pluto a visit while training to be a guide dog for the blind. the group went to disney land for a few hours as a socialization experience. very cute. you can see very excited to meet pluto. that does it for us on what's trending on friday. back to you. >> thanks, eun. chocolate, i'm not surprised, is a top seller this time of year. >> coming up, unusually ways chefs are using it in dishe kathleen matthews:
too many nights, i lead the 11 o'clock news with stories of gun violence. and like many of you, my family lived through the beltway sniper crisis. in congress, i'll fight to expand background checks on guns and ammunition, ban assault weapons, and mandate gun safety locks, because too many kids die from accidental shootings. let's show the nra we're not afraid of them;
as americans, as parents. i'm
kathleen matthews and i approve this message. in news4 your health this morning, cold pressed juices have become a hot trend for people looking to drink mega servings of fruits and vegetables. here's what's making the drinks so popular. >> reporter: it's press time in this
>> every leaf and washed thoroughly. then we chop it and put it all together. >> reporter: jackie and her team chop several pounds of vegetables and fruits. then it's time to go down this high pressure processor, using no heat, just lots of pressure. >> it gets pressed with 1,000 pounds of pressure to ensure that all of the nutrients and enzymes and everything stay intact. >> reporter: no doubt you've been told since childhood to eat your fruits and vegetables. for many, that could be a daunting task. one bottle of the cold-pressed juices gives you 12 servings of raw fruits and vegetables. >> there's a lot of protein in each of the juices. almond milk in particular. there's also fiber. >> reporter: juicing
invite aminuvitamins and minera. >> it can dramatically increase the nutrition intake of your body. >> reporter: while beets, kale, or parsley alone may not sound appetizing, the balance of flavor keeps it pure. >> you can find just about anything covered in chocolate -- a little appearance behind me, i'm sorry -- in tokyo that includes chocolate noodles. barbara is going to get chocolate noodles. a restaurant is serving up ramen noodles with chocolate chunks, what? it's already in high demand, they claim. they've already gotten more than 800 orders in the last four days. the restaurant is selling it for seven bucks a plate. in japan it's customary on valentine's day for girls to get chocolate for boys they
>> i thought i could just tiptoe past you and you wouldn't notice me. we're talking cold weather, amelia. >> it is cold on saturday and sunday, guys. the coldest air we've had all season. today, before we get to that cold air, we'll be dealing with snow showers between 5 and 10:00 p.m., around a coating, that could lead to slick roads. most of us are under a winter weather advisory. tomorrow, single digits. valentine's day, temperatures feel like the teens in the afternoon. we start off at a brutal 9 degrees. monday, we finally start to warm up, a high of 34. we'll have snow showers with us i think for the majority of the day. right now we are looking at accumulation, maybe around 3 inches. that could go up or down. we'll have updates on news4 at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. >> thanks for joining us. we're back this afternoon on