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it is going to be a busy week ahead in iowa. and one thing a lot of iowans are focusing on is the forecast. frank has a first look at your forecast. frank: we have some bench -- big changes in our forecast. a big winter storm headed our way. waking up to mild temperatures right now, 33 in des moines. waterloo and fort dodge hanging out in the 20's. in the metro, we do have the clouds, 33 degrees. the wind has been pretty light out of the south, southwest. today will not be as windy as it was yesterday. 31 degrees, 9:00 a.m.. peeks of sunshine by noon, 38. mid 40's for the high. alyx: there it is, folks. just two more days until the first in the nation iowa caucuses. candidates are making their
last few days. the controversy over hillary clinton's private email server is once again dogging her campaign. on friday, the obama administration confirmed, at least 22 of the messages recently released by the state department, contain top secret information. as marlie hall reports the news the campaign trail just two days before the caucuses. marlie: just days before the iowa caucuses, republican presidential candidates saved their sharpest jabs for democratic frontrunner hillary clinton. this, after revelations, the private home-server she used while serving as secretary of state contained close to two dozen "top secret" emails. mr. cruz: material is classified top secret because revealing it in public could pose a grave threat to the national security of this country. mr. rubio: anyone who does something like that, who lies to the families of the victims in benghazi, can never be commander in chief of the united states marlie: "top secret" is one of the highest levels of classification, reserved for material that, if released, would cause "exceptionally grave damage to the national
clinton's camp described the news as "over-classification run amok." bernie sanders, who's trailing closely behind her in the polls, also brushed off the issue. despite being the oldest contender in the race, sanders is drawing much of his support from millennials here in iowa and across the country, who make up nearly a third of voters. jacob mckay, a sanders supporter, will vote for the first time during monday night's caucuses. he attended a what's a caucus event at drake university, where students simulated the political frenzy of the caucus experience. >> i have gotten to know who the candidates are, and i have not really gotten to the nuts and bolts of the process. marlie: in a process that takes several hours, caucus goers on both sides will take to schools, gyms, and other locations to choose a candidate. marlie hall, cbs news, des moines, iowa. alyx: clinton maintains she never sent or received
private e-mail account. with two days to go, minority leaders in central iowa are keeping a very close eye on candidates. mr. paul: we don't unfairly incarcerate another generation of young african-american males. alyx: in a somewhat surprising move it was the republican , debate that put race relations front and center thursday. senator rand paul stating america's war on drugs has disproportionately affected minority communities. corinthian smith called the moment refreshing. >> to hear him talk about the social inequalities of the war on drugs and basically having cops target young, black americans, kind of shocked me to hear him say that but i guess in time, you know, people will say their truth. alyx: and looking ahead, all but two presidential candidates will be making stops in the state today. governor john kasich and former governor jim gilmore will not be in iowa. that means all three democratic candidates, hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley, will be here.
santorum, carly fiorina, rand paul, chris christie, jeb bush, marco rubio, mike huckabee, ted cruz, ben carson, and donald trump will all be making their way through the state today. and not all of the candidates plan on being in iowa when the caucus votes are being totaled. jeb bush, chris christie, and john kasich, will not host any post-post caucus parties in iowa because they will already be hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire. that is the next big contest in the presidential race. while all three men poll only in the single digits here in iowa, they are doing much better out east. as we count down to the caucuses, here's a reminder to tune into kcci on monday night. we will be live all night long, until the final results are in. we will also have crews at all the big campaign watch parties. and we'll be live inside a democratic and a republican caucus. coverage starts at 6:30. new this morning a fort dodge , man is in the hospital this morning after an accidental shooting.
to witnesses and the victim, they determined the shooting was accidental and self-inflicted. the man was flown to iowa methodist hospital where he is being treated. authorities say he did have proper training and paperwork to carry a concealed weapon, but the investigation is ongoing. anyone with additional information should contact fort dodge police. des moines police are looking for a pair of robbers who held up the central bank on university, just east of 42nd street friday. police tell us two men dressed in hefty clothing entered the back public entrance of the bank. one robber showed a handgun and ordered everyone to get on the ground. after getting some cash, the two men went out the back. the good news is no one was hurt. new efforts are underway this weekend to curb violence in des moines' court avenue entertainment district. city officials believe adding more lights, surveillance cameras, and increasing police presence, is the best solution to make court avenue safer. des moines police have started going to nearby businesses , asking owners to install lights.
very receptive to that idea and agree it could decrease violence. >> parking lots, alleys, those types of areas that are away from the lit roadways. those are areas we're focusing on enhancing the lighting because those are the areas that seem to be deficient. alyx: city officials say the des moines based company, electronic engineering, will play some part in donating the new surveillance cameras. time now, 8:06 on your saturday morning. we will check back in with frank . not many mornings have we lately. frank: it has been a while since we have had temperatures around here this morning. we are above average. we do have the clouds out there. we have seen some peeks of sunshine but not as much as yesterday. we are watching a system out to the west that will be pulling its way through the state tomorrow, ringing us a slight
we have dropped a degree in des moines, we are at 31. ottumwa still hanging on to the mid to upper 30's. all across the region, things looking pretty good. 20's out to the west. already in the low 40's for st. louis this morning. notice the warmer air to the south. if you have travel plans, you will be high and dry and dyson warm. -- and nice and warm. 44 and cloudy today. tomorrow we will see some rain move in, but temperatures stay mild around 40 degrees. alyx: a middle and high school robotics competition is gearing up for the day, it is in on -- all day event. marcus mcintosh is live. marcus: the first up toward something a lot bigger, they can go on to the national
will go international. at john deere financial in johnston, im here with and who has put this whole thing together. tell us about the first tech challenge. >> this is a competition for 12 to 18-year-olds, and a chance to compete at the state level. they are excited about a chance to move on. marcus: the fourth year this has taken place at john deere, tell us how it has grown. >> it has grown from being able to have teams from just across the state to across central iowa. we have created our own championship for that. marcus: there is a lot of buzz in the background. what is going on? >> teams are getting ready for their judge interviews and robot instructions -- inspections.
qualifying stage this afternoon. marcus: they are working in cooperation with each other, not to destroy each other, right? >> their partner the one match could be there corporate -- their competition for the next. marcus: this is part of a stem initiative by john deere, correct? >> yes, it is a global stem initiative for john deere. marcus: those out there watching this morning who are interested, they can check out the event? >> it is free and open to the public. we invite anyone to come. marcus: there is a lot more going on this morning at john deere financial. if you want to check it out, come on down. we will have much more coming up in about 20 minutes. marcus mcintosh, kcci 8 news.
political power. small town swing, how rural communities can sway the caucuses. caucus commotion. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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weekends with alyx sacks and meteorologist metinka slater. frank: good saturday morning. it does not really feel like the morning for january with these temperatures. you will still need the jacket, but it is not too bad. hello 30's for carroll -- low 30's for carroll and knoxville at the freezing mark. it will not be as gusty as it was yesterday, so you can go outside and enjoy yourself. here is your outdoor outlook, by noon we are in the low 40's. 4:00, 43 degrees, get out and enjoy. alyx: small-town voters can swing the iowa caucuses. that's why we caught up with some folks in ogden.
rick reinertson from huxley, talked about politics. reinertson says he likes bernie sanders because he's honest. huntley says he's not sure about political leader, but he does like trump's no-nonsense attitude. >> we don't take sales pitches. we want the honest truth, straight up and even if we don't like it, that's what we want, straight up truth. alyx: the fox debate thursday brought thousands of media members to the city of des moines. along with all the campaign workers, they have a few days they doing? kcci's mark tauscheck found one interesting attraction they are flocking to. mark: campaign workers won't slow down through the weekend. journalists still have stories to turn to make their bosses happy. but at night, they leave their hotel rooms in search of something to do. >> getting a table, going to have a little bit of a wait, actually a long wait. mark: george formaro is the chef behind some of des moines' most recognizable restaurants, including centro and django. he's served broadcasters like chris wallace, candidates like
like jamie lee curtis. >> the young servers, the young people that work in the bar, this is like the coolest thing ever. like sometimes they're down on living in des moines and they are like des moines is the , coolest place on earth, bumping into all these people. mark: many journalists have found an unexpected diversion at the 188-seat stoner theater downtown, where robert john ford's "caucus the musical" is playing through next week. >> we actually create art in iowa and it's actually pretty good. mark: ford let us get rehearsal video earlier this month of his hilarious take on the goofier side of iowa's caucuses that has drawn media who want to watch the show and media who really want an interview. >> this is probably about my 15th so far, and we at least have another dozen scheduled the next couple of days. mark: this is ford's fourth "caucus the musical." of course, the characters change every cycle. >> he squints, does this and he
and the facial and the hands. mark: the fan favorite this year is ronald blunt. if you feel like you recognize him, you do. >> i'm going to make this country great again, rather than the festering hell hole it has become with that terrorist kenyan in the white house. alyx: that was mark tauscheck reporting. four of the first five shows have been sold out but there are tickets available for sunday's show. "caucus the musical" runs through next saturday. a beautiful sunrise this morning. frank: my grandma takes great photos. i got her an iphone last year and ever since she got it, she has been sending me these great pictures. she lives on the ninth floor in a building downtown and is able to capture these great shots. temperature-wise, not seeing a
marshalltown at 27 and waterloo at 20. the downtown skycam, you can see we have clouds otherwise a nice shot. the wind has started to dial back out of the south, southwest at about five. temperatures will be slow to warm but eventually we will get up around 40 degrees by noon, mid 40's by 3:00, and we will keep the clouds locked in tonight. satellite radar just chose the clouds. look out to the west, there is a system brewing, pulling its way through tomorrow and all eyes on another system pulling through to start out the work week. tuesday and wednesday is when this low pressure system pulls through and there will be some snow on the backside of that low. pulling in cold air on the backside, and very windy. a lot of snow is expected.
today mainly cloudy, could see some rain tomorrow morning with that first system. then i think the afternoon tomorrow should be mainly dry. monday will be dry for much of the day and that will change as we head into the evening hours. monday, cloudy skies, notice after about 10:00 the snow starts to crews in. -- cruise in. the heaviest snow just off to the north and west of the metro, generally six plus inches. those amounts will range significantly with the system. it kind of diminishes down to the south and east with a rain-snow mix mainly around,. we will keep an eye -- around ottumwa. we will keep an eye on that system.
8 day forecast, a chance for rain mainly sunday morning, monday mainly dry, and a big mess one day -- monday into tuesday. >> coming up, week four of friday night hoops, including our game of the week, valley and dowl the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always
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an entertaining matchup. last night, that game highlighted our week four action on friday night hoops. tony seeman was there. the boys game between the tigers and the maroons. >> valley taking on dowling, need i say more? the battle for west des moines is here and is really, really loud. both fan bases were fired up for this one. jump to the first quarter, keep an eye on valley's charlie crowley. he is 6'7" so get out of his way. a huge block early on in the game. dowling would catch fire. the maroon took the lead. back come the tigers. quinton curry, making it look easy. that is good for the triple. dowling would pull away in the second half. dowling catholic hands valley their first loss of the season.
said, the rivalry is always big. tonight, we had a little bit of a chip on our shoulder. everybody had been talking about them. we felt like we had a pretty good team to. >> thank you very much. more boys basketball, ankeny visiting waukee, it was a long night for the home team warriors. could not get the shots to fall. ankeny, meanwhile pulled ahead in the second half. breaks down the d, hawks roll on the road. final score 79-60. a couple of metro teams head-to-head at north high, the polar bears playing charles vander's roosevelt team. he is the beneficiary of a little cherry picking. the long pass, lays it in. roosevelt, it took them six minutes to score a basket. ben norman finally broke the ice. that put roosevelt on the board
later, a nice bucket in through three defenders. roosevelt made a little bit of a run but they had no answer for english. ahead of the pack, number one. streaming in, and heats the defense to the rim. 28 points. north high winds, 88-62. it was a really cool scene at the dallas center-grimes high school or the mustangs officially retired the baseball jersey of tony watson. watson left dcg to play basketball at nebraska and worked his way to the minor league until he found the spot as a lefty reliever with the pittsburgh pirates. since he was already there we said, you take the mic, time for you make the call. tony watson has the call. >> tony, tony, tony. >> this is tony watson for you make the call.
attacks the rim. newton had the early lead. you want to see fairless? dcg's 5-9 bulldogs score within the lane. newton with some great passing. newton looking good early. doug heritage, too strong. but newton goes on to win. blue -- boo. >> tony, tony, tony! . >> tony, thank you very much. boys basketball, pcm on the road against north polk. pcm was up 9-0 early and then sheldon spears with a massive rejection. get up and swatted out. ransom grabs the loose ball and ends up with a bucket.
the drive ends a foul. pcm too much on this one. they go on the road and gets the big win, 69-41. girls basketball, west des moines valley playing host to dowling catholic. marion daniel, great position. right place, right time. valley goes long distance. pretty good beyond the yard. lexi merit wide open. she nails it. back comes dowling catholic. becca hittner, one of the best players in the state knocks it home for two. dowling too much. valley wins 48-44. >> it is the best rivalry in the state of iowa and we love the fans who come out to support us. i am just happy for our kids. >> it is awesome, it is a great
packed. it is allowed, it is crazy, it is so fun. >> more girls basketball, defending state champs waukee running like a well oiled machine hosting the ankeny hawkettes. a pass to carly littlefield for the three. then later, ankeny moving it inside, a nice bucket inside. this one was just all waukee, all the way. littlefield goes all the way to lay it in. waukee rolls 80-38 the final. more girls basketball, more 5a hoops. abby pink white in southeast polk last night. southeast polk taking on centennial last night. abby is a great player. you have to put somebody on her. ashton donald's quick hand,
southeast polk is up six. ankeny centennial would answer. a nice post move in the lane. bucket and the foul. centennial gets the win over southeast polk. final score, 34-31. split women's college basketball last night, drake beats bradley. loyola knocks off northern iowa, 64-60. a good night for hockey fans in the metro, iowa wild, a hat trick and an overtime win, 5-4.
sports. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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>> the most watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci eight news this morning weekend. alyx: countdown to
caucus. candidates pull out all they have in these final two days. the ones you can find out campaigning today. and how some candidates are taking advantage of hillary clinton has e-mailed challenge. marcus: we get stem crazy coming
alyx: welcome back, everyone, i'm alyx sacks, alongside me, meteorologist frank scaglione. one thing people are starting to watch, the forecast. today is the calm the for the storm. frank: today, tomorrow, and monday will all be the calm the for the storm. -- before the storm. looking at our stuart webcam, the sunshine is trying to peek through the clouds but they stay with us for much of the day. the wind is light out of the south, southwest at five miles per hour. 37 in ottumwa, cooler up to the north. your day planner looking pretty good today, a mild morning, 31 degrees. peeks of sunshine throughout the day.
40's for the high. a big snowstorm heading our way. alyx: first on kcci, hillary clinton's emails are again making the headlines. the state department now says some of the emails on her home server did contain top secret information. nancy cordes has more. ms. clinton: hello, everybody. nancy: just before clinton took the stage in dubuque, state department spokesman john kirby announced that seven email chains from her private account, totaling 37 pages, were being upgraded to top secret. >> in consultation with the intelligence community, we are making this upgrade. we believe it is the prudent, responsible thing to do. nancy: top secret is one of the highest levels of classification, reserved for material that, "if released, would cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security." the e-mails resided on clinton's try that server at her home in chappaqua, new york four years
pages to the state department. >> i did not e-mail classified information. nancy in a statement today, her : campaign called the move "over-classification run amok," the result of bureaucratic infighting. arguing that in at least one case, the emails appear to involve information from a published news article. kirby would not share the topic of the emails or whether clinton was the sender or receiver. >> i am not going to get into debating or discussing candidates one way or another on the campaign trail. nancy: he said the emails will be withheld from public view. the clinton campaign is arguing the emails should be released, at least in part. the clinton campaign -- but an intelligence official tells cbs news that some of the information was so sensitive that clinton and her aides should have known not to send it on an unsecured system in the
nancy cordes, cbs news, dubuque, iowa. alyx: the republican presidential candidates are reacting now to the clinton e-mail news. senator marco rubio says this is just another reason why clinton is not qualified to be the commander-in-chief. mr. rubio: well, i haven't seen that report so i wouldn't want to comment on it, but what we know already is that there was highly classified information on her server. what i know for a fact, is that if a member of my staff on the intelligence committee had done that they would have been fired and probably would have been prosecuted. alyx: jeb bush was also attacking clinton from the campaign trail friday. at an event in carroll, bush questioned whether or not clinton could be trusted. mr. bush: i give her respect of being intelligent, knowledgeable, policy oriented. she has a set of detailed plans that are very different than mine, but she's sincere in that regard. she believes what she believes. i can't give her credit for honesty and trustworthiness. alyx: bush also said, he believes clinton will have a
of trust with the american people. as we quickly approach caucus time candidates are out in full force campaigning. today, all three democratic candidates will be in the state. each with multiple stops across iowa. and all but two republican candidates will be here as well. former virginia governor jim gilmore and ohio governor john kasich are the only ones without campaign stops today. as we count down to the caucuses, here's a reminder to tune into kcci on monday night. we will be live all night long, until the final results come in. we will also have crews at all the big campaign watch parties. and we'll be live inside a democratic and a republican caucus. our caucus coverage begins at 6:30. not all of the candidates plan to be in iowa when the caucus votes are being totalled. jeb bush, chris christie, and john kasich, will not host any post-post caucus parties in iowa because they will already be campaigning in new hampshire. that is the next big contest in the presidential race. while all three men poll only in the single digits here in iowa they are doing much better out east.
lot of people will be trying to get out of iowa as soon as they can. for most of them that means tuesday morning. >> some japanese reporters i talked to wanted to see me tuesday but said, it's got to be before noon because they have 3:00 flight out of cedar rapids. they could not get a single seat out of des moines on tuesday as it is independently of any , storm. alyx: if he did not wake up early to catch the match, it was an upset. angelique kerber has upset serena williams to win the australian open title. ending the six-time champion's unbeaten streak in finals at melbourne park. here's a look at some of the final place. williams was a favorite in the australian open. she had won all six previous times she'd reached the final. she was trying to equal steffi graf's open-era record of 22 grand slam singles titles.
, police are investigating an accidental shooting. early friday night, officers were dispatched for reports of a male who had been shot. when officers arrived they were , able to speak with the victim and witnesses. police say the shooting was an accident. the victim is now recovering at iowa methodist in des moines. des moines police are investigating a robbery. police are looking for a pair of robbers who held up the central bank on university just east of 42nd street on friday. police tell us two men dressed in what they call hefty clothing entered the back public entrance of the bank. one robber showed a handgun and ordered the tellers and customers to get to the ground. after getting some cash, the two men ran out the back. the good news no one was hurt. ,8:39 on your saturday, and i know a lot of close eyes on the forecast. it sounds like the storm will not hit until monday night but
travel plans tuesday and wednesday, and that is when the storm will be affecting us the most so definitely going to have to keep an eye on things. will be updating things. we have the clouds and the sun trying to peek out of them. one system will be pulling through tomorrow, bringing us a sunday. 31 in des moines, 26 in ames, knoxville at 32. all across the region, temperatures feeling pretty good. kansas city, mid-30's and low 40's in st. louis. three-day outlook, some big changes coming over the next few days so you have to stay tuned right here to kcci. today, 44 degrees, tomorrow, back near 40. could see some snow flurries to the south and east in the
monday will be mainly dry during the day but tuesday and wednesday, things get dicey. alyx: important to keep that kcci app in hand as well. a competition for stem education is underway. marcus: we are here at john deere financial in johnston the first tech challenge. i am here with izzy. introduce the members of your team. >> this is grayson, nathan, no well, megan, and we have a few members who are not here. marcus: tell us about the robot. >> i think it is really a good robot, considering this is our first year. we had an arm on top that we have been using to throw the
challenge on the competition. we added bumpers pretty recently, so for climbing the if needed. here with all these other teams and young people who are so into robots, stem, and creating things? >> i am really excited as most of the other people, there are like 10 teams or so, and there are so many. marcus: how did this team come together, and how did you come up with the name nevada nerds anonymous? >> the school gave us the grants to start the team, so we have been gathering people. most of the people have been a step below this, so that was really nice.
the meaning behind our name, it was our first meeting and when we were going around introducing ourselves it was kind of like high, izzy. marcus: challenge taking place all day at john deere financial in johnston, free to the public. competition starts after 11:00. the kids are excited and i'm sure they will welcome your presence. marcus mcintosh, kcci 8 news. alyx: thank you for that report. coming up after the break, it smells the luscious, and take a look at it.
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frank: welcome back. 8:45, waking up to a pretty mild morning. ankeny at 28 degrees, iowa falls at 27. the wind will not be as strong today as yesterday, so
you can go outside and not have to worry about stuff blowing everywhere. your caucus forecast, it is going to be here before you know it. looking decent, we will be dry and in the low to mid 30's here it the snow starts after the caucus is over. alyx: it is time to get cooking with chef andrew. a delicious dish for us this
chef andrew: when i brought today is crockpot chicken for he that nachos. it is a good -- chicken for heat a --fajita not chose. alyx: i just want to show you how big this dishes, this is my face. chef andrew: what we did with the meat and vegetables, we put some chicken breast, peppers, onions, fajita seasoning, and threw it in the crockpot for eight hours. alyx: all it takes is two forks. let the crockpot do the work. chef andrew: exactly. alyx: one thing you are going to tea just today, and this is
a favorite -- teach us today, and this is a favorite.
going to make my version today. we have three avocados that are pretty soft, and you want to match those up. alyx: a lot of people ask me, how do you know when the avocado is ready? chef andrew: some can be green, some could be a little brown. you want to feel. it should give a little bit. i'd like to have some texture. you can use a potato masher or a whisk. we just take that out. then we throw in our mix in. this is kind of what you like. alyx: and healthier options. avocado is good fat. chef andrew: we have some fresh lime juice that will help keep the guacamole stay green. and orange juice.
chef andrew: obviously, in the line of citrus family but it adds a little sweetness. a little bit of cumin, chili powder, salt. stir that around so the citrus gets mixed in with the avocado. i prefer red onion, a little tomato, jalapeno, and cilantro. alyx: for those who do not like it too spicy, easy enough. chef andrew: and i took out the seeds so that will help with some of the heat. alyx: nice consistency. chef andrew: it has a nice, chunky texture. you can put that on the top of your chips. i better try it out, just to make sure it is ok. alyx: tell me how you like it. chef andrew: it is perfect. alyx: when you are shopping for the super bowl, what are some
chef andrew: i like to think about having something that is warm, something cold. a couple crockpot recipes. dip is definitely good. think about fresh vegetables and how you can incorporate those, and put a spin on it. alyx: all good stuff. when it comes to planning for the super bowl, it is easier to have easy stuff like the crockpot. chef andrew, cannot thank you for joining us enough. the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women...
and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton
>> weather is never more than five minutes away, only on kcci 8 news this morning. frank: welcome back. had to share this meet photo sent in
by nancy on my facebook page. this is from yesterday, sunset, what a beauty. fire in the sky around van meter, thank you for sharing. you can share your photos on my facebook page. clarion, waterloo, arsenal town in the mid-20's. for des moines -- marshalltown in the 20's. the wind from the south, southwest, generally less than five miles per hour.
today but you might notice a pocket of clearing to the north of the metro. a very weak system will slide through, bringing us a
chance of a shower tomorrow morning. it is all eyes on this next system that will be cruising through wednesday -- tuesday into wednesday, bringing quite a bit of snowfall. after that system pulls out, the wind really cranks up. we are worried about blowing snow on wednesday. it adds insult to injury after the system has pulled through. futurecast will start things out this morning, you might see sunshine but more clouds around by this afternoon. as we head throughout the morning hours tomorrow, and isolated chance of some shower activity. we will keep a slight chance of rain, then we will dry out a little bit sunday into monday.
mainly after caucus time, and quite a bit of snowfall especially off to the north and west. the heaviest snow just off to the west of
the metro, six plus inch amounts. i want to reiterate this plus. we could be looking at totals that will be well above six inches. 44 the high temperature in des moines today. 33 the low tonight, showers move in after midnight. there is sunday, 40 degrees, rain in the morning. monday, 38 and dry. tuesday and wednesday, it will be a big mess. we have to keep an eye on that system.
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out. live in johnston, kcci 8 news. alyx: thank you so much for that report. 8:59, a final look at the forecast.
this weekend, temperatures well above average, and things changed by next week. you will not see much sunshine but it
will feel good to be outside today. a slight chance of showers after midnight tonight. sunday, 40 degrees. monday, most of the day is dry and monday into tuesday, looking at several inches of snow especially off to the northwest. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] mo: welcome to the henry