tv WYFF News 4 6am NBC January 1, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
allyson: happy new year as a big in 2016. a look at how some of the u.s. rank in the new year. some one million people gathered in times square last night to watch the crystal ball drop. in bethlehem, a giant peach and some people rank in the cheese drop in wisconsin. patrick: in the new year, we take a live look at that woodruff road skycam. it is still dark but clear looking. dale, what can we expect? dale: a mostly cloudy day for the upstate and mountains, but the rain has pushed down to the coast so we will get a chance to dry out. we will start to see the sky clear leader tonight and colder for saturday and sunday morning. make your weekend plans and warm coats needed for both mornings saturday and sunday as
and 50's, tomorrow will be in the 20's and low 30's in the upstate. we will show you the four day plus forecast in a few minutes. allyson: thank you. we take a live look from death valley where the clemson tigers will return at 5:00 today as the orange bowl champions. they'll rest up before playing for a national title against alabama. patrick: wyff news 4 sports director brad fralick has reaction from miami. but first, wyff news 4's ricardo lemcompte with the orange bowl highlights. ricardo despite having the : nation's longest win streak at 16 games, top-ranked clemson came to the orange bowl less underdogs for the fourth-ranked oklahoma sooners, but that is why you play out the game. check it out. stadium time lapse. the majority of the fans wearing clemson orange. second quarter, watson caring and from yards out. 145 yards rushing and a game
clemson trailed the half by one. third quarter, regaining the lead and clemson adds to it. under renfro, from 35 yards out, watson had 187 yards through the air. the clemson defense pitched -- had a shed out in the second half. the second interception from ou quarterback who was named the defensive mvps. tigers rolled 37-17 and moved to 14-0 on the year. doing streak on 17 straight games and they finished with 312 yards on the ground and they head to arizona and the national championship game. brad: the magical night in miami gardens, florida. the clemson tigers blowout the oklahoma sooners with the dominant performance in the second half and they win by 20 points. the tigers rushed for over 300 yards against oklahoma in route to that win.
hard to describe. >> it is a special time right now. it has been 34 years since clemson had a chance to win a national championship. seven years ago when i got this job, i knew that we would be here. it was a matter of when. this is year seven and we were able to kind of knock the roof off of it, with another acc championship, and we got a chance to play for it all. here we are. brad: 1981 was the last time the clemson tigers had an championship. clemson has a chance to be the first football team to go 15-0 championship. they will play becky monday night on the 11th in glendale, arizona. brad fralick wyff news 4. allyson: thank you.
crimson tide. alabama winning in the cotton bowl last night, 38-0. the national championship game is on january 11 in arizona. downtown greenville will have a showing party at the bon secours wellness arena and the doors open at 7:00 and it is free. patrick: you can follow along on twitter through our live choir. it's a collection of the latest tweets about clemson on wyff back in the upstate, extra sober or slammer campaign. allyson: this year 946 people roads. the extra officers will also enforce speeders distracted , drivers, and people not using their seat belts. patrick: in spartanburg county,
hundreds of dollars because apart goals. one particular pothole opened up again after it was filled. this is on anderson mill road in front of the londonderry subdivision. road crews say they had to fill the hole four times this week because the material is being washed away by the rain. the department of transportation says you can file a claim on their website to be reimbursed for damages caused by potholes. we're told they typically reimburse drivers if the agency already knew about the pothole. allyson: taking a look at the interstate, pretty quiet that i-85 and pelham road. we are looking at accidents with injuries, so be careful if you're headed on the roadway. one in anderson county on highway 29 happening overnight in 1800 lock. that one does have injuries. also, ems working on that one and a brand-new when popping up
road and ryan road and in asheville. a slow down on i-26 eastbound at an accident near long shoals road with the shoulder closed. you are going to want to watch out for that. 85 the speed limit drive. we have mark lyons driving down main street in greenville. if you're headed out, buckle up and be careful. patrick: thank you. to anderson, where a police chief one thing saved his officers life. new posters were bought for anderson police officers for money received in holsters. the user must know to release the gun. in november, someone wearing a black hood the end skeleton mask attacked an officer but cannot get to her gun. two suspects were arrested a nearby apartment on your mile drive. you can see christie hendrix and ryan gary facing charges, but
the scene. the $1000 reward is being offered if you can help. call crime stoppers at 188-crime sc. allyson: a visit from fellow deputies. dave dempsey was visited and they say his progress is truly a miracle. patrick: opentable has named a career restaurant the best overall and all of south carolina. bin-112 ranks number one. the chef and partner jason clark says he is impressed his restaurant ranked with the top -- some of the top charleston restaurants. opentable called it the neighborhood gem. dale joins us again. we are talking along the clemson. what kind of weather should the crowd expect tonight? dale: perfect weather, mid 50's
as we look out this morning, traffic inbound and outbound on 380 a good bit of traffic overnight with all the new year's eve celebrations. on this new year's morning, temperatures are not as cold as they can be. a good blanket of clouds, but no precipitation expected from the clouds today. the rain from yesterday is down along the coast and will continue to make its way off the coast. we will see these temperatures in the 40's and 50's this morning. they will climb into the upper 40's and 50's in the upstate. it is the breeze in the mountains at 15 to 16 that makes it feel colder. feels like 28 and hendersonville and 32 in asheville. dress warmly. a quick look ahead at our four day plus forecast. 56 for the upstate point afternoon high, the mountains of climb to upper 40's.
this time of the year. as you get back to cold nights and cool days ahead, it will be dry through thursday. chilly each night overnight with the mountains in the 20's. it gets milder by thursday of next week. patrick: thank you. it was not all celebration in new york amid security concerns. an arrest related to terrorist. allyson: a live look at death valley. at 5:00 today, the team overturned as the orange bowl champions. we will be back. wow, you changed my old bedroom. with a little help from a havertys designer. he helped us, uh...reinvent the whole space. and it is perfect. i'm sure it was perfect then too, because you're perfect. yeah, i was perfect.
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announcer: you are watching live, local, breaking news with geoff hart, allyson powell, and weather with meteorologist dale gilbert. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. allyson: covering the nation, and ex-convict alleged isis supporter have been arrested and accused of planning and armed attack at the new york bar on new year's eve. 25-year-old emmanuel let's make went to buy supplies for the operation. while they were there, a criminal complaint alleged they brought ski masks, zip ties, nice, a machete, and latex gloves. they arrested him at his home on wednesday. patrick: no attacks took place after authorities in munich,
the intelligence service of a friendly country told him about an isis plot for new year's eve suicide attack. heavily armed security has been seen at the main rail location. in dubai, they are investigating what caused a massive fire that took over a high-rise hotel. it happened right before new year's eve. residence, at least 14 people, were injured. allyson: the clemson and
>> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: good morning. coming up on 6:17. video out of st. louis, missouri, the mississippi causing widespread distraction. the river rose nearly 15 feet above flood stage throughout st. louis county and that caused flooding into nearby homes. state officials say no injuries were reported. several roads are beginning to reopen, but a lot of damage and cost of folks there. we had drained the last couple of days.
up 12.5 inches ahead of our rainfall and what we normally expect that gsp. instead of 47 inches, it was 59 inches for the year. we had a wet year and we are wait ahead as far as rainfall now. we went from drought to one foot ahead. right now, things are dry as a look at the 150 mile range. all the rain over the last couple of days is impacting the carolina and georgia coastal areas, but that will push off the coast and it will be mostly sunny statewide by tomorrow. if you have beach plans, you are staying home in the mountains of the upstate and good weather, too. colder mornings ahead. we are going to get back to normal with clear skies, but with clouds, it will not be quite as cold. anywhere from 40 in the mountains to upper 50's in the upstate. the wind makes it feel colder.
the 30's in asheville and hendersonville. average for the upstate is 32 overnight and 52 for a high. we have had temperatures that have been much warmer than that. today, we get up to 56. the mountains are almost right on the money. 47 is the average, 40 eight point afternoon high today. once the clouds cleared, the night so get colder and the days will be sunny but cool come saturday and sunday. a blanket of clouds still impacts a good bit of our area. denver is at eight degrees, 19 in chicago, 37 in boston. we will have temperatures in the 20's and 30's tomorrow morning. mostly sunny in the beach both days, 50's. for the upstate and mountains tomorrow, 27 for the mountains, 35 in the upstate and highs where they should be. what he seven to 54.
-- 47 to 54. same story for the next several days. 30's in the upstate and 20's in the mountains. allyson: taking a look at the roads, i-85 pretty quiet around pelham road. dry roads. mainly accidents in anderson county, starr, highway 81, ems working. close by on highway 29, this one happening overnight at the 1800 block of a little slow down for those out around the accident. in pelzer, a new one happening recently with no injuries reported on old river road and bryant road. the careful as you head out the door. 85 looking at the speed limit drive. -- be careful as you head out the door. 85 looking at a speed limit drive. it has cleared up a long long
mark lyon is driving this morning showing us conditions on highway 250 three in greenville. should be a smooth commute. patrick: thank you. happening this morning, the 127th annual rose bowl parade will kick off in pasadena, california, and you can watch it on wyff 4. it is a festival that is said to be unequal from anywhere else in the world. south carolina will be represented on the donate life float. clemson will join 23 other organ and recipients from across the nation. he is a clemson professor and the first person from the upstate to write on the float. we will have the parade on wyff4 starting at 11:00 a.m. we will not have a newscast at noon because of the parade. allyson: i had a chance to meet
he is more anderson university but also a clemson. he is a great guy and excited about the chance and he was surprised he was chosen. patrick: if he hangs out long enough, maybe can scoot on down to glendale for the national championship. thank you. let's take a look at how the world celebrated the new year,
allyson: a few were asleep warmest celebrating the new year like we were, we are here to help you. patrick: people all around the world welcome 2016 with cheers, kisses and nbc news has come look. >> new zealand was one of the first countries to rank in the new year, setting the stage with fireworks from the sky tower. a different backdrop in australia with this one set on sydney's harbor where thousands gathered to watch. color filled the sky above hong kong. in taiwan, a fireworks show lasted more than five minutes, taking them well into 2016. syncing and dancing brought a
the cds shopping and bar areas were watched over by armed guards, part of the holiday security. in paris, security -- celebrations were scaled back amidst the ongoing worries of safety. it was replaced by a video presentation. big ben and the london knights featured prominently in the firework display. in perhaps the most famous new year's eve countdown, in new york city. where more than one million people packed times square to watch the iconic crystal ball dropped. out with the old and in with the new year around the world. patrick: that is great. just 1.5 hours ago, hawaii rank in the new year. dale: when you are younger, you don't want to miss that and you want to stay up late. at our age, you know what you are missing. patrick: especially when you
dale: but happy new year to you. let's see what the weather is doing. most a cloudy skies. that will be the story today. no rain. it has moved to the coast and will impact the beach were a little bit and then off the coast by tomorrow and mostly sunny weather statewide on the way. temperatures ranging from 40's in nashville to 55 and abbeville. afternoon highs for greenville and spartanburg in that mid 50 range in the mountains of climb
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>> it hit me when that clock hit 0, 0, 0 and we were like, it was here. patrick: clemson returns home today, champions of the orange bowl. our sports team has you covered and what is next, coming up. of course, it is 2016 and happy new year to you. allyson: and to you. we are taking a look. this is the peach dropping in atlanta at midnight. otherwise the nation celebrated, coming up. patrick: i live look from our anderson county -- that is still the peach -- there is anderson.
dale: we do. we have dry weather. everybody has been tired of the rain. well, it is coming just in time for your weekend. dry weather and cloud coverage, but the rain has pushed to the coast of lingering clouds today and it clears tonight. colder temperatures role in to the mountains in the upstate and tomorrow morning will be much cooler. 50 in greenville, a few other communities in the upstate spartanburg. 48 in caesars head, 49 in boiling springs, 59 persons and bill and fountain inn. mid 50's for the upstate and upper 40's for the mountains. 15 to 17 mile per hour wind in the mountains makes it feel like 25 and hendersonville, 32 and asheville. count on it feeling colder with a breeze in the mountains.
the upstate, upper 40's for the mountains, but cooler nights and weekend. allyson: thank you. death valley where the clemson bowl champs. tigers will return at 5:00 today they'll rest up before playing alabama. patrick: it is quiet there right now, but not at 5:00 today. our wyff news 4 sports director has reaction from florida. but first, wyff news 4's ricardo lemcompte with the orange bowl highlights. ricardo: despite having the nations longest win streak at 16 and beating oklahoma last year, clemson came into the orange bowl as underdogs to the fourth-ranked sooners. that is white you play out the game. check it out. the stadium time lapse with the majority of the fans wearing clemson orange. the second quarter, tigers trailing 7-3 and watson caring and and most of his damage was on the ground with 145 yards rushing and the game tied at
third quarter, clemson adds to it. under renfrow, he gets and from under 35 yards out. 30-17, tigers. on his weight to -- the clemson defense has a shutout in the second half. the second interception of ou's quarterback and he was named orange bowl defensive ndp. tigers have moved to 14-0 on the year and the win streak at 17 straight games. clemson dominating the second half as they finished with 312 yards on the ground and they had to arizona and the national championship game. brad: a dominating performance by the clemson tigers, beating the oklahoma sooners by 20 points. marc dopher with me. this is the game that clemson wanted to play, a 17-16 football game at the half, but the second half was different.
watson, both over 100 yards rushing, the second time in the history of the orange bowl that two players on the same team went over 100 yards. it was a dominating performance, close to 360 rushing yards for clemson and watson do a couple of bullets were good measure. brad: it was really incredible to see. running up to this game, everybody thought that watson would have to be the, with his arm because they were tickling running the football. clemson probably took that to heart. he ran for 300 plus yards. last year when they played oklahoma, it was less than 100 yards, so a complete swing from last year's game. the clemson tigers go play for the national championship. marc: it was lead to be in the locker room because that is the moment when the guys realize, we are at the top of the mountain. i talked to a lot of clemson fans this week and so many, the older ones, said back in 1981,
championship and they thought they would have it again but they have not had that chance so this season has been so special and to seek 75% of the stadium as thompson fans, to see them going nuts at the end of the game, something not to forget. brad: it was unbelievable. dabo swinney said this team is uncommon. they do, things in an uncommon way and he said seven years ago that they would be here when he did not know when, but the clemson tigers have a chance to make history. they have chance to make more history in arizona. allyson: again, clemson will face the alabama crimson tide in the national championship. bama routing michigan state in the cotton bowl last night, 38-0. the national championship game on january 11th in glendale, arizona. downtown greenville will host a big national championship viewing party at bon secours wellness arena. doors will open at 7:00 and it's free.
gear up for the championship, you can follow along on twitter through our live wire. it's a collection of the latest tweets about clemson on wyff 4.com and our wyff 4 mobile app. extra officers are on the road throughout the weekend for the sober or slammer campaign. allyson: officers ask you to get the designated driver or just stay home. this year 946 people have died on south carolina roads. the extra officers on the roads will also look for speeders, distracted drivers, and people not using their seat belts. in spartanburg, damage caused by potholes is costing drivers hundreds of dollars. in fact, one particular pothole opened up again after it was filled. this is on anderson mill road in front of the londonderry subdivision. road crews say they had to fill the hole four times this week because the material is being washed away by the rain. the department of transportation says you can file a claim on
we're told they typically reimburse drivers if the agency already knew about the pothole. patrick: anderson, the police chief is believing that one thing saved his officers life month. new holsters were bought for anderson police officers with money seized in drug cases. those holsters require a combination of moves the user must know to release the gun. in november, someone wearing a black hoodie and black skeleton mask attacked an officer. but he couldn't get it out of the holster. two suspects were arrested the night of the attack at a nearby apartment on miracle mile drive. kristi hendrix and bryan gary face drug charges. but the chief says both had ties to the scene. a $1,000 reward is on the table. if you can help, call crimestoppers at 888-crime-sc. allyson: if you are just waking up, we want to tell you it is
quick look at our skycam at woodruff road and 385. a lot of folks having the day off. we are finally getting a break from the rain. the rain has pushed down to the coast where it will be raining today, but off the coast by tomorrow. if you have beach plans, the weather will be nice, cool but nice and sunny around the region starting tomorrow. it just drop to 39 in andrews, asheville up 40, greenville at 50 but that 10 to 15 mile per hour wind makes it feel colder. it heals like it is in the 20's in the mountains with the breeze. afternoon highs of 56 for the upstate, upper 40's for the mountains. clearly typical. clear tonight and colder temperatures come rolling in. he will show you that four-day plus forecast. try whether through the middle of next week. -- dry weather to the middle of
allyson: as we take a look at the roads, i-85 near highway 8. the report of the accident in the northbound lanes. highway patrol reporting an accident on i-85 near highway 8 where traffic appears to be moving smoothly. in starr, accident at highway 81 and still in the roadway and watching an accident in piedmont. it is at hwy 25 and a little slower than the speed limit drive. in spartanburg county, fairview church road, new accident with no injuries. travel times on the interstate looking good. i'm highway 221 tie-86, takes you about seven minutes. everything smooth. let's take a look outside around woodruff road. traffic pretty light. a dry commute.
patrick: a huge night and wyff news 4 sports director has reaction from florida. but first, wyff news 4's ricardo lemcompte with the orange bowl highlights. ricardo despite having the : nation's longest win streak clemson came in as underdogs to the fourth-ranked sooners. that is why you play out the game. the time walks with the majority of the fans wearing clemson orange. second quarter, tigers trailing, watson caring from yards out. 145 yards rushing and the game tied at seven. hudson trail that half by one. third quarter, regaining the lead and clemson adds to it. under renfro from 35 yards out and the tigers now 30-17. watson on his way to orange bowl offensive m.v.p.. the clemson's defense had shot
the second interception of ou's quarterback, and he was named orange bowl defensive m.v.p.. they move to 14-0 on the year and that win streak now let 17 straight games. clemson dominating the second half as they finished with 312 yards on the ground and they had to arizona and the national championship game. brad: clemson blows that oklahoma to advance to the national championships. they are 14-0, at 37-17 win over the sooners. what impressed you most? marc: watson and his receivers had trouble early in the game, but watson kept bailing them out with his speed. it was an amazing rushing performance when you consider watson went over 100 yards and wayne broke clemson's record for rushing. oklahoma simply could not stop the run tonight. that is what impressed me.
is what the press do. brad: the way the clemson defense played was incredibly impressive. they contained a gourmet field which people said they could not do. they picked him on twice, the first time that has happened to him since they play tennessee in the beginning of september. i was impressed by the clemson defense and how they maintained baker mayfield. it was not just shaq lawson at multiple guys and i think the defense was impressive. marc: shock loss and did not play most of the game and i did catch up with him and the said he feels like he has a slight sprain in his knee and he was pretty emphatic about the fact that he will be good to go in arizona, so good news for tigers fans that shaq lawson believes he will be able to play in the national championship game. they put all of that pressure on baker mayfield and shaq lawson did not play much. brad: the second half they
thompson held oklahoma without and points of their own. 30 -- 837-17 win. -- 37-17 win. allyson: they will face alabama crimson tide in the national championship. the cotton bowl last night, 38-0. the national championship game arizona. downtown greenville will host a big national championship viewing party at bon secours wellness arena. doors will open at 7:00 and it's free. patrick: free is a good thing. you can follow along on twitter through our live wire. it's a collection of the latest tweets about clemson on wyff 4.com and if you want to see more of nigel dancing, it is on the app. allyson: before we get to the accidents, i want to shake the dot camera because i-85
accident in the northbound moving smoothly. keep that in mind. in starr, accident with injuries. two new accidents, one of piedmont at highway 25 and in spartanburg, fairview church road and bryant road. take a look at i-385 and woodruff road. traffic is a little quieter than maybe good news. be dale: careful. mostly cloudy skies a cool day ahead but no rain in the forecast. not only today but for the next several days. the upstate, mountains, northeastern georgia get a chance to dry out. it seems like from october on, we went from drought conditions to more rain and we could handle. they are still getting showers done along the beach. if you are headed down to the coast, you'll have pretty weather.
highs, upper 40's in the mountains and cold temperatures tonight with clear skies. i will show you the four day plus forecast in a couple of minutes. allyson: thank you. next officers are on the road throughout the weekend for the sober boards slammer campaign. patrick: officers expect to stay busy throughout the weekend. this year 946 people have died on south carolina roads. allyson: in spartanburg, damaged caused by potholes are costing drivers hundreds of dollars. in fact, one particular pothole opened up again after it was filled. road crews say they had to fill the hole four times this week because the material is being washed away by the rain. the department of transportation says you can file a claim on their website to be reimbursed for damages caused by potholes. patrick: police in columbia's it a medal of honor recipient faces the hit and run charge. carpenter is charged with hit-and-run and making an improper left turn. the news release says he was
a pedestrian who was struck december 8 was treated at the scene and he received the medal of honor in june of 2014 four his actions as a marine in afghanistan in 2010. allyson: in anderson, the police chief believes one thing saved his officers life after she was attacked last month. patrick: new holsters were bought for anderson police officers with money seized in drug cases. those holsters require a combination of moves the user must know to release the gun. in november, someone wearing a black hoodie and black skeleton mask attacked an officer. forcefully threw her to the ground trying to get her gun. but he couldn't get it out of the holster. investigating what caused this fire. in engulf this high-rise hotel and happened just hours before midnight during the new year's eve fireworks display. guess evacuated the 63 story resident and 14 people were injured.
continues to cause widespread distraction. it rose nearly 15 feet above stage -- above flood stage. state officials say no injuries are reported and several roads are beginning to reopen. federal authorities describe the terror suspect in rochester, new york, as connect convict to try to prove he was worthy of joining the terror group. federal authorities say emanuel lutchman claimed to have -- has been charged and authorities say he planned to carry out the attack last night at a bar in the rochester area. patrick: trains are running today in the lake, germany, but the terror warning remains in place. police evacuated the train stations before munich rank in the new year is a threats from an imminent terror attack. allyson: fans are lining up in
rose parade. temperatures are in the low 40's but many people spent the night gathered around heaters and barbecues. the crowd is expected to swell to more than 700,000 before it begins at 11:00. south carolina will be represented. the professor pro-choice 23 other organ and transplant tissue recipients. we will have the parade on wyff news 4 and because of the parade, we not have a noon newscast. we want to take one last look at some of the most unique celebrations. patrick: kim hutcherson has a look from around the u.s. kim: america says hello to 2016. city is large and small bank in the new year in a unique style. times square was the place to be a new york city. officials expected one million people to pack the space.
crystal ball, sporty more than 2500 crystal triangles, came down to mark the beginning of 2016. probably, north carolina, dropped an acorn. in atlanta, crowds gathered to watch a peach drop. in alabama, they drop date than five. -- they drop date moon pie. this was the scene in memphis, tennessee. they watched the guitar drop, unfortunately, it stalled. in new orleans, they partied hard in the big easy. the same goes for people on the strip in las vegas. the west coast represented themselves well as usual. san francisco centered around treasure island and seattle's iconic space needle provided the city firework display. patrick: ally, folks are waking
allyson: here is what you need to look for, have 81 with a serious accident with injuries. also one of piedmont on rock 'n roll get highway 25. be careful around fairview church road and bryant wrote in stamford. we want to take a last look at the weather. dale: the rain is finally moving out of fear. mostly cloudy skies today, keeping the morning temperatures from getting us coldest they can be. clear skies, 20's and 30's early and rebounding to upper 40's and mid 50's. that pattern continues through the weekend. cold mornings and cool days and dry weather through thursday of next week. clouds will rebuild thursday and we have a better look at maybe let next weekend will be like by tomorrow. lots of sunshine for the next several days so get outdoors and enjoy. temperatures will feel more like winter and spring.
patrick: thank you. ahead at important issues sure to make an impact on 2016 from economy, business and the war on terrorism. allyson: make sure to pick up the greenville news. south carolina weathers a tough year. we certainly did have a tough year with the flooding and all the other things, so read all about that in the greenville news and we have more good news. patrick: ghs reports their first baby born at 12:23 and mission help in asheville reports that their first baby was a girl. she was born at 1:17. we hope your new year's is off to a great start of 2016. allyson: yes, we want to celebrate. watch out! patrick: happy new year. dale: happy new year. allyson: clemson will be back at