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the temperatures are warmer. >> what do we expect tonight as it cools down >> the rain will move in it for the mountains of freezing rain advisory. northern mountains up towards hayward this is midnight until 10 in the morning. black ice threat, roadways bridges and sidewalks less than oen of an inch of ice. along the tennesseli border counties heading up towards tennessee. nt mninh te see this look at the rain moving in and that will change to freezing rain and for the upstate seeing the rain continue. temperatures are in t and dropping down to th40s for the mountains. your forecast showing petus at 56. mostly sunny to partly cloudy. overnight we have a drot the 40s and 50s by the afternoon tomorrow.
in some parts of our area. tonight asheville poli wi the dangers of driving. >> i'm surprised thi nhbeen more. >> sophie -- sometimes you just want to head out. this vio was ten in massachusetts. incidents like this have been reported or the weekend. thrt sa is miertole othe snow off of your car before driving and if you are behind the wheel keep a safe distance -- distance from the car in front of you. >> it's a definite danger. wth always changing and we make it easy for you. download the "7 news" app. it's free and we will give you access to all the latest news and weather whenever you want. > crt order will force
of force policy. we are talking specifically about picus tasers. it starteditthe case in north carolina. offics d puesn our arare affected. >> 50,000 volts run through tasers. thanks to the fourth circuit court that tool is under scrutiny. all officers ste le prove that there waan immediate safety risk if they decide to use it making an already stressful situation even worse. >> in the current climate of law enforcement i think eve man and woman here has realize they are under more scrutiny than they ever have been. >> the sheriff is one of hundreds that have to evaluate their use of force policy. >> later this week our training division and our officers at are certified to be taser instructors, they will sit down
>> the ruling comes after a died. the ruling states thatheesve u ofceite e personsadditional righ u efourth amendment. deputies say this weapon has the escalated countless situations. >> often that can convict -- that can calm that person down. policy that will give a template for every situation an officer may encounter. >> every situation we report on is different. it's the fourth circuit -- circuit court of appeals meeting every department in the states issaffected. ryeptt every state. >> this is everyone in south carolina. they call it less lethal. does already got to be a standard for when you use it. ou imagine most
>> every time we go into a stressful situationehave t into it, if you pull it out you know you are going to use it. >> and people do die as a resulof it. thank you for that period. >> new details in the micel slager case. udntup ernie -- his attorney to independently te evidence. sisorr police officer charged with murdering walter scott he ran from a traffic stop. state police have until the end of this month to send the shirt and pants and his taser to an independent lab for testing. a north carolina man killed a good samaritan and may face charges. people caldep realizing lee may have been
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tuning on safebruary 7th. pretty afternoon yesterday, pretty afternoon today but teis more rainfall on the weight. >> tdpushed in. increasing cloud cover and temperatures geg the 60s which will keep our temperatures and pciton the form rain. name tonight and into tomorrow we will not see any freezing rain and the upst at won't be until you get to the mountains and the northern mountains at that. clear and cool and if the week in the forecast and that's when the 60s is widespread and as far as the mountains we will see 60s to melt a lot of the snow that is still up north. 53 degrees tomorro54 a angand greenville. shower activity left o
nblack ice threat and the upstate or the mountains i believe is temperatures stay above freezing especialon this -- on the main and secondary roadways wwi s a bump to close to 60 in lawrence and eventually we will see it dropped down lower. with the clouds minwe will say generally where we are for now. shower activity coming at asheville just northwest of marion. this is light shower activity. the upseoh mos, still dry. ha to zm out to show you the rain cominand associated with this cold front checking south and east. eventually the dair will get out of here. it's a slow-moving frontat that. we will do it hour by hour and show the rain coming in from the west and move into the upstate by 11:00 tonight
mt railwhile ywere sleeping. won't see much before that the sky begins to clear at 7:00 a.m. a chance for shoby 10 and it's pretty much over and the sky clears in the afternoon and we start to see mostly to cloudy conditions.rihoa l1/1oan inch for all five zones as precipitation ends around 5:00 tomorrow. we will be coolethan it has been but generally we will still be right about average. next three dayshowing mid- 50s, lots of sunshiand wash the car. why not? get the salt o a65. ce the 40s. black ice threat goes away. mountain seen 60s and 50b tsswith sgetting
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