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wind chills dip below zero protecting the most at risk becomes harder. we will introduce you to some of the faces helping to keep the homeless safe >> and messages of hate cover more than a dozen cars at one local dealership. >> we start on saturday with a live look at downtown cleveland. not the best looking day starting out and it feels even
welcome to this saturday edition of good morning i'm nick foley. we talked about that weekend warm up. now. >> we are below average and today if you are cold, winter fan you know i'm not excited about this weather because it's dangerous wind chimps that are out there. if you are out and about and have exposed skin, ten to 20 minutes. >> doesn't take long. >> frost bite potential. you can see visibility low across the greater cleveland area. lake effect snow and that will continue throughout the afternoon. also wind, they are not playing nice. 15 to 20 miles an hour out of the northwest. hopefully going to start to go down into the evening.
eight degrees at the airport. millersburg at five. when you factor in the weekends, earlier this morning we got to about 17 below out toward wayne county. into the -- our temperatures not warming up any time soon due to those winds and that cooler air. that's that well defined, that's the cold front. that's the second front from last night. it's starting to sweep across the area. it'll continue to cool off. that's why a wind chill advisory is in effect until ten sunday. this morning i'm talking about some of the coldest temperatures of the season but by tomorrow this time i'm going to say the same thing as tonight. we are down to the single digits but most areas will be down to 15, nearly 20 below.
throughout the day. meg shaw is in storm tracker 5. >> reporter: i will tell you what. the roads are looking really great todayf. you are going out last night around six or seven you know how much snow we got the roads were really bad. we are on bagley road and they everything is clear. the one thing we want to talk temperatures. the wind can belowing this snow across the highway and across the road. if you are heading out this morning make sure that you are keeping that in mind as you are getting on the roads, especially the side roads that may not be cleared as much as the main roads. we are in downtown. all of these roads look really great. i mentioned if you are going out make sure you bundle up. it's so cold. even just walking the house to the car or garage. it's so cold. really make sure you are
the last thing you want to happen is to get frost bite. if your skin is exposed to this weather for about 20 minutes that frost bite can set in. make sure that you are keeping that many mind. it's two hand -- two hands on the wheel. they can be dangerous in temperatures and wind. we will check back in with you soon. the roads looking good but still be careful out there. as the freezing chill takes ahold of northeast ohio one group working this morning to prevent a deadly situation in this brutal cold. we spoke to the people braving the temperatures to make sure others are safe. >> reporter: the winter weather issued an extreme punch tonight. starting with near white out conditions is and snow fall at seven. lake good drivers straining to see what was in front of them.
temperature that are heading in to the single digits the emergency shelter at west 25 25th and detroit expected to reach it's 100 bed capacity. as the homeless take shelter from the temperatures. >> if the temperature is below 20 degrees we are open. for example we have been open the past nine days . >> reporter: a project is also provides warm food and clothing, also working with the labra program. driver also visit more than a dozen locations checking on homeless camps. doctors also on hand. >> metro health doctors on the streets program, they are wonderful team of doctors that come in like clock work religiously every friday. >> reporter: it's a needed team effort. >> it's a life save lifesav,
we have seen specific people having a difficult time breathing. attention and conditions. new new details about hate tall dealership. it happened yesterday at east 55 55th and cedar. before. last july agents raided his from the dealership. they say the business pleaded guilty to food stamp fraud after that raid. as for who is behind the latest vandalism they have a lot of ideas. >> everybody loves me in this city. even my enemies love me. >> he filed a police report for vandalism and ethnic intimidation. police say they are investigating. so far no suspects. thank you so much for starting your saturday here with us. next up, count controversy
what he posted and what action is being taken. and the interview with the mother of one of the columbine killers is trending online. >> and your local weather. >> and i'm tracking that bitter cold that's riding down across northeast ohio. also the power of five. lake effect enhanced snow. i will tell you hour by hour, day by day when the snow drops down in your neighborhood.
good morning. waking up to the chill that's in the air. also flurry that are flying across downtown cleveland. lake effect snow will be an issue throughout your afternoon. could see another four to six inches where squalls persist. effect. another possible three to six inches in that area. also across the board i'm more concerned today and tonight the cold, the wind, the wind chill. when you factor in the northwest winds to about 15 to 25 miles an hour it's not helping our daytime highs. we will barely be out of the single digits for most locations. 12 degrees out toward richland. clouds will be in effect. i do hope for a little bit of sun going into your midmorning. either you will see a little bit of snow or sunshine
from beech wood high up ten degrees and look at inland locations from canton, into the single digits. that is not including the winds. meg shaw in storm tracker 5 tracking the dangerous wind chills right now in the single digits. how is it feeling? >> reporter: well, no doubt it's very, very cold out here. we are now in the metro parks out here in the rocky river referration going out to strongville. the roads are looking great. we were just behind a truck down here. it was kind of ironic. he was working on the roads but the wind is so strong it was blowing it right back on. keep that in mind if you are heading out today. this wind is just blowing the snow right back on the road making kind of slick. in spots where it looks clear
more than what you would think. definitely keep it slow out here we want to keep everybody safe. we will check back in soon. >> all right. thank you. have to be aware of that wind driven snow. out aim over a police officer's post after a black lives activist killed himself. this -- his last facebook post reads my demons read. he had dedicate himself to the movement. word spread of his suicide especially on facebook a police officer lee sear is accused of posting, love a happy ending. suicide. >> tragedy is that there are there. until the good officers, the union leadership starts taking ranks, getting rid of people like this. this is the kind of thing we
for him to make those kind of comments destroys all the goodwill and hard work. >> officials say that he is being put on paid leave. city police chief said that internal affairs will tray to determine if he violated the department's social media policy. as we head to break, here is a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
welcome back. new details about the machete attack ott a columbus restaurant. information connected to the registration of the suspect led them to call in the fbi. it triggered an an alert that required bring in the terrorism task force. >> it was a big long knife. the other knife was a little bitl darker but you could see two, two knives the whole time. >> the owner of the restaurant said he believes the man targeted his establishment because he is israeli. it's to soon to draw a conclusion. the suspect was shot and killed by police. police saying the shooting at a glendalea arizona high school is a murder suicide. police officers found a suicide note. the teens both 15 have been
another school shooting back in the news. 17 years after columbine . the mother of dillon klebold is talking about him. he and eric harris killed 12 students and a teacher before killing themselves. in an interview the mother said she rationalized away warning signs out of love for her son. >> i had all the illusions that dverything was okay because my love for him was so strong. >> she adds not a day goes by she doesn't think the victims and far victims and their families but what do the survivors feel about her interview? we will hear from them. plans to build the nexus pipeline are moving ahead. the group behind the pipeline has submitted it's final plans
to land owners. once the feds approve the project nexus can take the land by imminent domain. will fight for compensation. >> wait for the fight where you can make a difference to get the appropriate terms of to family. >> a handful met with the lawyers last night to learn about their options to protect their land and be compensate ised for it. the pope continues his visit to mexico this morning. he arrived last night to much fanfare. the pope replaced his skull cap with something more festive. it was a light hearted moment in what is a very serious trip for the pope. the pope planning to visit some of the poorest and most violent corners. before heading to mexico pope stopped in cuba and soon
air carriers will soon submit applications for routes to the island. it brings airlines and travelers a step closer to scheduled flights for the first time in 50 years. the united states and cuba are expected to sign an agreement to resume flights soon a trip there or anywhere else in the tropics sounds pretty good right now. >> yeah that would be nice. women with what we have up here. you have been able to enjoy winter -- has been on the mild side. here comes winter. >> yeah. reality check. >> came in very quickly as we were tracking that snow last night into this morning. we are currently seeing a few flurries. this is lake effect enhanced snow. it's moving across the area. becomes more lake effect as we head into the midafternoon. look at these clouds. they are across the board and as you are out and about don't get tricked.
the temperatures, down to eight degrees at the airport. look at that. richland, ashland county. you are at two degrees but that's not even factoring in the northwest winds. 15 to 20 miles an hour. i mean that changes the whole game. wayne county 14 below this morning at the airport. these are the temperatures, what it feels like on your skin and face. i need you to layer up. once but twice throughout the rest of the weekend as the temperatures continue to be below zero for wind chills. we won't be stepping out of that. taking a look at the power of five. you can see that snow that's flowing out toward northwest portions of -- into -- if you are out toward north ridgeville, avon lake you are seeing flurries this morning. that will continue to rev up as
stick around into about nine. lake effect snow. definitely in effect. pretty quiet morning. i know many people are doing the undy run this morning i don't recommend that. if you are out there, try to bundle up as much as you can. taking a look at our future cast. you can see -- they are interest they are under that lake effect snow advisory. going to be getting hit hard throughout the afternoon. you can see out toward mansfield, wayne county, then it start ises to see a little bit of moisture moving in. everybody take a look here at my timestamp here. that moisture starts to move in here. we are forecasting potential lake, other four to six inches, that warning is involved but this will be an opportunity for everybody to see a few flakes flying throughout the afternoon.
windy weather still in effect. 15 to 25 miles an hour. you thought it was cold last night? let's talk about tonight. 1 degree. we are expecting wind chills 15 to 20 below. this is not a game here. these are dangerous wind chills. if you are out and about for over 20 minutes potential for frost bite. make sure you are layered up. i know its valentine weekend. try to do some indoor activities. we are going to see that sun sunday. 18 degrees and then monday, tuesday, wednesday, we are still tracking snow but our highs return to 37. let me get out of the way if you are over the cold here it comes. friday, 48. that is like a heat wave. >> yeah. one degree overnight. that's beyond silly. thank you. no games this weekend but it's still a huge couple of daysments it is all-star
questioning the choice of the coach leading the east in that game. we have that and a look at some big moments for some former nba all-stars. >> reporter: good morning. all-star weekend is underway in toronto. the three point and slam dunk tonight. the coaching staff are representing the calfs in toronto. despite they have gone through a coaching change -- they still have a three game lead on the raptors here at the break. >> it has sunk in. just being able to be around the best players in the world and enjoy the weekend. smith just want to enjoy and sessions back and take it all in and hopefully one day look back and talk about the situation and being able to enjoy it. >> hopefully he can. there were some doubters of him even coaching its team in the first place. he has only coached 11 games and is the head coach the
strange a lot of folks thought maybe once coach blatt was fired maybe they shouldn't have sent a coach. >> i think it's great. you know he would have been here any way. [inaudible] coach why -- why would he accept to come? he would have been here any way. even if coach blatt was still our coach. couch lou would have still been here. i think its cool our coaching staff is here representing our organization and i know he will have a great time with it. basketball hall of fame announced two finalists and a former cav up for the honor. this man, shaq. uniform? >> got the call. say they changed the rules, you are nominated.
i'm very super -- until i get the real call. thank you. you have been a mentor to me for a long time. i gist want to represent you guys. you guys paved the way for us. pebble beach proam heading in to the weekend a great shot for the man from oceans 11. shot of the day. round number two. appearedy garcia with a gray beard. nails the chip shot on 14. play continues throughout the weekend. that's a wrap on morning sports. we have you covered tonight at six. we all know tomorrow is valentine's day. if you are in a relationship you better know. with the clock ticking some bad news about celebrating valentine's day here in the 216. we are ranked among the worst cities for cupid's arrow to strike. we topped the list in the average price for a movie ticket is highest here and so is the price of wine.
cities. in case are you wondering wondering best place is san francisco followed by scottsdale arizona. despite paying more. how much will you spend this valentine's day? a new survey suggests the ofa rage american will spend just under $150. bank rate.com said the average cost of traditional gifts is now around five hundred dollars. here is how it breaks down. $15 for a box of chocolates, 40 for a dozen roses, dinner for two $80 and a bottle of champagne, $50 and diamond earrings, 300. that makes valentine's day the third largest consumer holiday in the united states behind mother's day and the winter holiday season. a michigan man's co workers want to make sure he doesn't miss out this valentine's day. matt hill works for a lawn and garden company. his co workers surprised him by putting his face and contact
hill said he is taking dozens of calls, texts and e-mails from potential suitors. he hasn't decided if he will take any of them out. coming up, a sex offender pretending to be a nfl quarterback. we will explain what united states marshalls to doing to track him down. >> and a lot of outdoor events happening today despite the dangerous wind chills. we have a preview coming up. are you watching good morning cleveland.
storm tracker 5 is out on the roads and keeping an eye on the elements for you. temperatures dangerously low right now. welcome to this start edition of good morning cleveland. we have team cover coverage of the winter weather. meg shaw is in storm tracker 5 and will have a report on how it looks in just moments. first we have a check on the bitter cold forecast. >> good morning the. morning. the wind chill some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far. this is what our temperatures are across the board. we are in the single digits across the area. mansfield good morning. are you at a single degree but that is not even factoring in
we are in negative digit territory across the board. also i'm tracking on the power of five some lake effect snow nah is moving across the area. it's not just in the primary snow belt. you can see out toward southern portions, all the way into medina. if you are travel agriculture long 71, all the way into 77 south and into the lodi area. you are see age few flakes. from twins burg, pepper pike. these are just flurries. it's not heavy accumulation but this will be the case throughout the afternoon. we do still have that lake effect snow advisory until four warning. now where squalsls persist you could see another three to six across the board that wind
sunday as you can see our temperatures just way below the mark. 13 degrees for a daytime high. this time tomorrow. this morning i'm talking about the coldest temperatures of the season. tomorrow even where is as we head into sunday. >> bone chilling. temperatures and wind chills just plain dangerous right now. if you can plan to stay home. if you have to go out, get outside today meg shaw has a preview of what you can expect. they is? storm tracker 5. how is it looking? where are you and what are you seeing? >> nick we are in strongville. we just turned onto royalton road. the roads are looking really great. there is just a little bit of slush on the side. that is important because that is -- freezing over because of these bitter cold temperatures we have been talking about all morning. keep that in mind if you are on the side road that's not completely cleared.
as we saw last night we had that squall come in and the snow come down. these bitter cold temperatures and the wind. talk about. this wind blowing snow across the roadways. make sure you keep that in mind as you are heading out. that can make it dangerous not being able to see quite the lane you that are in. so far we have been on all pretty good roads. but again. mind. just even heading out in these cold temperatures. bundling up. walking the house to the car it's very, very cold. we want to make sure nobody gets frost bite because that can set in quickly. about 20 minutes in these temperatures and these winds. keep all of these things in mind if you are heading out today i know today is a holiday weekend a lot of you guys are heading out of town or even out to dinner, out tolan . keep all of that in mind as you get in the car. we want to keep everybody safe out here on the roadways.
out here. back to you. >> thank you. good advice as people get ready to head out. we will check back in with meg in just a bit. we have an important warning about scams that crop up this time of year. something a 70-year-old woman now knows all to well. she said that a man offered to shovel her driveway. she offered to pay him but he took more. after asking to use the bathroom he refused to leave until she gave him her prescription painkillers. >> she called me yesterday after he left. she was shaken up. i sat with her most of the evening. >> police urge everybody to keep a close eye on their elderly neighbors but say people of any age need to remember not to let strangers in their home. another conartist in northeast ohio. this time pretending to be a nfl quarterback he is scamming people automatic of money and is accused of raping women across the country. the marshalls have been tracking man. stepan pittman for years.
to be vince young. he is a convicted sex offender but he failed to renew his registration while in lakewood last year. since then investigators have found plenty of more dirt. >> he has been taking money, taking pictures with kids in hospitals, its been real sick >> the marshalls office said that he spent time in lakewood and frequented the bars in downtown cleveland. sometimes pretending to be young . if you see him call police. a nuclear reactor in northeast ohio has been shut down for repairs. officials say that the plant closed earlier this week after automated valves opened up steam lines. the spokesman said a 900megaw att plant outside of pittsburgh also shut down. a local crime ring busted. take a look at some of the
and tvs in ray tiny wayne county town. we first broke it here. officers swarmed the property after getting a tip. many of the stolen goods were locked up in a building. others packed up in trailers. the victims of the ring believed to be from all over wayne, holmes, even ashland county. >> it appears that this man was more or less operating a trade your stolen property or drugs type of operation. >> captain hunter said the man living there just finished cooking meth before the bust went down. he was arrested on truck charges with more charges pending. we know heroin abuse can be deadly but there is a hidden threat that may be taking more lives. people looking to buy oxycodone films may be getting look alike that are phetanol.
from 37 in 2014 to 89 last year while the number of heroin overdoses went down. still ahead, trump still insisting ted cruz isen eligible to run. the action he is planning to take about it. >> and just in time for the bitter cold to strike beach goers. that's right who don't let the temperatures stop them from enjoying the waterfront. >> and we are talking brutal cold touching down across northeast ohio. in my seven day i will show you when the 30s and upper 40s return to northeast ohio.
people don't remember when i told you last weekend we were talking about the 50s and upper 40s. enjoy it because we are seeing brutal cold temperatures. some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far. look at this. this is a little bit of hope. good news right here a little bit of sunshine making its way throughout through lake county. either you will see sun or a little bit of snow today. it's either option but the cold is definitely sticking around. our daytime highs not even into the midteens in most locations. mansfield, you are seeing a few flurries this morning.
to the midafternoon a high of only 11 trees. that's below normal at airport. 13 but inland locations tracking in that cooler air from stark into summit. we are talking about single digits. that's not including the wind chills. when you factor in the northwest winds, 15 to 20 miles an hour we will not be stepping out of negative king territory for wind chills throughout the afternoon. so it gets better as we head in to the valentine's day. tomorrow morningw. he will talk about it. chills. if you have exposed skin maybe throughout the day. that wind chill advisory in morning. >> if you happen to see the sun today don't be fooled.
snow and bitter temperatures. it's just in time for the start of the ice chest. organizers kicked off the event by lighting the ice tower. more than 50 ice blocks will be caved in. and the cold temperatures will make the undy run an interesting one to say the least. the run downtown usually involves runners stripping to their underwears, boxers or -- again, underwear and afterward -- there is light at the end of the tunnel an open bar to warm you up. all money raised going to a great cause the children's tumor foundation. in cleveland today call it a final exam with meeks as the main topic on the test. the final three survivors of the high school rock off will square off today.
we have a band from lakewood one from arch bishop hogan and the best of five states to rock out too. and also happening today a chance to find a new you in the new year. the health expo starts today. you will be able to check out exhibits, product demonstrations and meet some of your favorite channel 5 personalities. we will have a preview live from the mall coming up about 15 minutes from now or so. if you see news happening please let us know. text or e-mail us, 5 tips or tweet us.
welcome back the mother of one of the columb ine shooters broke her silence. you saw that interview here. some of the parents of the students who never made it home from school that day say the program was to difficult to watch. one of the survivors wrote a message to the killer's mother. >> reporter: a powerful reaction from a student paralyzes in the shootings. she sent this open letter to the mother saying i have forgiven you and wish you only the best. casey johnson is also a surveyor. now 34 and married with four children her shoulder was shattered in the shootings and now has limited use of her right arm. she said she still has panic attacks and remembers every detail of what happened that day in the lunch room. she said she refuses to let evil win. >> i don't have anger i have questions like i would will have to sit with either of their parents parents and just ask even agriculture a parent
you see? do you feel like you missed something? were you involved? >> reporter: others are responding in a different way. 17 years after the shootings the pain is still there. >> every time this comes up again, it opens that wound. >> reporter: part of the reason behind the timing of the interview, she has written a soon to be released book with all the proceeds going to mental health. the clip clinton campaign making a stop in ohio. bill clinton was stumping for his wife. >> hillary is in it because she doesn't think you should have to be the daughter or granddaughter or the son or the grandson of a former president and a secretary of state to claim the promise of america. >> and while he was in cincinnati hillary continued trying to win over voters in south carolina. the next state to hold a primary.
stirring up threats of legal action. trump saying he will sue ted cruz for not being a natural born citizen. trump supporters have already hit cruz with a federal lawsuit. it urges the court to say cruz is not eligible to run. cruz says he is eligible because his mother was a united states citizen. we continue our story of the day. our coverage of this brutal cold weather. if you had any doubts that around. they are gone today. sometime. it did. vengeance. >> and she will make a big time appearance this weekend. many of you have president's day off on monday and valentine tomorrow. you were hoping for a nice, calm weekend. you can see from the shot here. either you will see a little bit of sunshine or snow
what you can count on across the board is that bitter cold here we go. eight degrees out toward the airport. mansfield. we are at one degree. that's not the winds included, that's the ambient temperature cross the board. we are sticking together on this. at least everybody is in the single digits . . you can see that lake effect moisture that just wants to stream into the area. i mean that's going to be flowing all day long. also moisture across that warm lake. going to produce a little bit of snow fall out toward lorraine. eerie into medina right now. lodi seeing a few flurries flying out toward 71. now roadways are already very slick due to that moisture we
freezing temperatures across the board. headed out and about today, definitely knead to be taking it slow from 480 into twins burg, into the hudson area. you are seeing a little bit of snow fall. it remains on the light side. otherwise out toward the east, lake county, are you seeing a little bit of sunshine in morning. going into about the one, 2:00 hour. we will start to see that lake effect snow start to really rev up. we still have that lake effect snow advisory, all the way into 4:00 p.m. lake effect snow warning warning in effect. you will really notice probably in your house if you are out and about. the winds they want to chatter throughout the day. northwest. 15 to 20 miles an hour. that's what the allowance for that major cooldown. they start to subside into tomorrow. our future cast shows we are
but you can see the bands of moisture. they start to kick up here. combining with two lakes. crossing lake eerie into sandusky, eerie county. you start to see the flakes flying throughout the afternoon into the 9:00 hour. have the big winter coats handy. double layers across your face, across your body. 13 degrees today. even colder as we head into tonight. that west breeze 15 to 20 miles an hour winter will stick around here. the temperatures will be picking up. that's the good news into monday, tuesday, wednesday afternoon. still tracking snow but that's a heat wave next friday. near 50. >> the cold temperatures mess with you. i think i have told people it was 9:00 this half hour already. they mess with your head. today the mile high takes us somewhere, tough, rough and
lot of us just don't want to go like the beach. leon went there any way and even found a few others with him. >> reporter: we northeast ohio residents a cold weather people. regardless of whether we like it. winter hits with a frosty fist. even in years when snow fall averages less than usual. the season can still hit. when it does our beat goes on. even outside. there is work to do. through the cold and snow of winter there is the grunt of construction even with in sight of the northern most edge. cleveland's beach front. that is where the city's front door opens in to lake eerie and a cold draft goes across the beach sand and break wall. months ago sun who are shippers celebrated warmer temperatures. here the tables have turned. our story is of the soul who don't mind a stinging slap of
>> a lot that grew up here are usedded to the weather and the changes. >> we take it in stride. >> we do. >> so tough most of us long for tender times near the edge of water. they remember summer when sun worshippers found solace. these days winter finds fewer but some are here they are visitors who dispute this is a dreary place. indead they look for beauty. >> absolutely. it's -- the lake is different every time you come and look at it. >> like a serene type of beauty. its quiet. there is nobody around. it's just something about the snow and the water. it's desserted -- deserted like this edgewater park is mostly deserted. head handleds even more so. there is the occasional brave soul leading his chin as if to
a stronger punch the wind can hammer even harder but you there, you unnamed soul on impulse going with your ankles in the wind whips waves, be careful. winter beach is beautiful but potentially punishing. relatively few people will come to the beach at this part of the country during this time of year. there is a beauty here with this drift wood coming in and the waves coming in and the wind blowing. indeed, there is a beauty winter at the beach. perhaps for you this is a story better viewed from the comfort of the easy chair. not for me. winter. where at times it's rough and tough and roaring spirit and with unusual cold weather beauty. >> if you like that bitter cold and brave the weather and
one final look at your weekend forecast. first we want to talk about -- you were the first janessa i have ever met until now. now we have another one. >> we will bring her picture it's her 21st birthday on this chilly day. she plays volleyball at university. i played volleyball. we want to wish her from us a big happy birthday. janessa scott. make sure you bundle up today across northeast ohio. 13 degrees for daytime highs. you like that? is that a good valentine weekend? you are going to have to bundle up the snuggie. look at that.
temperatures back in to the 30s. me once again friday. near 50. >> are you saying we just have days. >> we are strong theory. >> got the blankets, get the fire going you will need it. still ahead no cavs game today but some members will weekend. we have the preview. there is more to come on good your saturday. stay with us. to share her best kept secret to looking great on valentine's day. it dunites matter if you are in a new relationship or if you
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protecting the most at risk becomes more difficult. we will look at the efforts to keep the homeless safe. and racial grafitti at a local dealership. overcast skies, you can see that smoke coming out. it's cold. there is a lot of bone chilling temperatures it be aware of in the area this morning. welcome to this saturday edition of good morning cleveland. these continues are no joke. >> taken seriously for sure. if you are outside, more than 20 minutes. we have -- run that are happening this morning. people want to be out and about. you will be cranking the heater all weekend long. valentine weekend. many people want to finish up their shopping look at this. either you are going to be
cover, no or just beautiful shots like that. little bit of sun out toward lake county. we are still tracking some lake effect squalls that will be moving in midan. try to soak up a little bit of sun toward the islands, bitter cold. eight degrees. man, all the way into ashland wayne county. that not winds included. northwest 15 to 20 miles an hour a wind chill advisory across all of northeast ohio. you can see -- until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. you think it's cold this morning, we are down to nearly 15 to 20 below wind chills going into tonight. make sure you are bundling up. we have that lake effect snow advisory. are you seeing sunshine from
that lake effect snow advisory. four to six inches of accumulation. that lake effect snow warning. three to eight inches where squalls persist. we will be tracking that all day long on the power of five. you can see that moisture that we saw last night. is sagging well to the east a few bands this moisture making this morning -- making its way out toward lodi, in to the medina area. remains on the light side but that bitter cold will bite down for your saturday afternoon. >> amazing that the high temperatures you showed on that graphic right now. 11 degrees. as the freezing chill takes hold one group is working to prevent a deadly situation. joe spoke to the people braving those bitter temperatures to make sure others are safe. >> reporter: the winter weather issued an extreme punch tonight. starting with near white out
lakewood drivers straining to see what was in front of them. then an hour later dropping temperatures. that are heading in to the single digits. the emergency shelter at west 25 25th and detroit expected to reach its capacity. at the homeless take shelter from the temperatures. >> if the temperature is below 20 degrees. then we are open. for example we have been open the past nine days. >> reporter: they are providing warm food and clothing tonight. also working with another program. driver also be visiting more than a dozen locations checking on homeless camping. doctors also on hand to deal with this emergency situation. >> metro health doctors are -- wonderful team of doctors that come in like clock work every friday. >> reporter: it's a needed team effort against the bitter cold temperatures.
it's amazing the people that walk in. we have seen frost bite, we have seen specific people having a difficult time. time breathing. >> reporter: great to see people helping out those in need. new details about hateful messages painted on vehicles for sale at a used car lot. it happened yet at biggie's auto sales. the owner has been in the news before. last july fbi agents raided his food marta cross the street from the dealership. officials say that the business pleaded guilty to food stamp fraud after that raid. as for who is behind the latest vandalism, he has a lot of ideas. >> everybody loves me in this think. even my enemies love me. >> he filed a police report for vandalism and ethnic intimidation. so far no suspects. now that we are well into the second month of the new
back at your resolutions and see how well you are doing. if you need some help reaching your goals, the new you expo. that's where mike shaw is right now for a preview of the ebpo. >> reporter: good morning. i don't know how you are doing but a lot of us is have fallen off the boat. this is what it expo was designed do do. there are many different booths set up. anything from health and here. you can meet with people who can really recharge your batteries and kind of help you reach those goals that you set in the beginning of the year. on top of all of these great, wonderful people that will be out here helping you can meet with our channel 5 team and win great prizes. we have the wheel out here that
you can win some really cool glasses like ha this. if you need sunglasses. the all -- all of the power five team, good morning cleveland. they will be out here. it's a great time. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the mall in strongville. they will be out here all afternoon. really if you need that extra push to get through this extra -- this next month of your resolution, come out here and we will help you. the new year the new you. we will check back in with you soon. kind of give you some advice for this new year. meg shaw. news channel 5. and doing it all for us this morning. first storm tracker giving us a preview. she is everywhere. thank you for starting your start here with us. coming up, for the first time we hear from one of the victims of the machete attack at a columbus restaurant. what happened inside from those that experienced it. >> and the interview with the
good morning. hope for a little bit of sunshine. getting a little glimpse of clearing. that won't last long as lake effect snow starts to move in midafternoon. brutal cold temperatures. that's what you will be talking about all day long. out toward wayne county. ten degrees for forecasted high. our temperatures still well below normal for this time of year. remember last weekend we were talking about the 50s. winter is making a full charge here as we head into your valentine's day. day. we will start to see the summit. nine degrees. nick i don't want people to take this lightly. these are dangerous wind chills. we are down to neapingive digits here for a potential 15 to 20 below as we head into tonight. >> definitely need to be on alert. thank you.
machete attack at a restaurant. police say information connected to the registration of the car driven by the suspect led them to call in the fbi the information triggered an aalert that required bringing in the local terrorism task force. that attack. >> very big long knife. the other knife was a little darker. you could see both being swung the whole time. >> the owner of the restaurant said they believes the man targeted him because is he israeli. the fbi said that it's to soon to draw conclusions. the suspect was shot and killed by police. this morning police are saying that the shooting at a glendale arizona high school that left two girls dead is a murder suicide. police confirmed they found a suicide note at the scene of the friday morning shooting. the teens both 15 have been identified but their names aren't being released because they are juveniles. mean tile another school
17 years after yolumbine the mother of dillon klebold is speaking out. he and eric harris killed 12 12 students and a teacher before killing themselves. the mother said she rationalized away warning signs. >> i had all those illations that everything was okay because -- more than anything else -- because my love for him was so strong. >> klebold said not a day goes by that she is doesn't think about the families and the victims. what do those that lived through it think about this interview? we will hear from them. plans to build the nexus pipeline through northeast ohio moving ahead this morning. the group behind the pipeline has submitted it's final plans and started submitting offers to land owners.
feds put their stamp on the project nex us can take the land through eminent domain. >> wait for the fight where you can make a difference. to get the appropriate terms. >> a handful of land owners met with the lawers last night to learn about their land. janessa with a look at weather. this warm up. that just doesn't exist today. not for the next two days at least. it's bone chilling cold out there. you haven't got out you will know about it you will know about it. next weekend we have hope again. >> we just have to get through this >> we are tough here a little
what you will see today is -- either overcast skies, little bit of subshine. sunshine toward the left here. out toward lake, they are seeing those high clouds, sunshine trying to make its appearance here. temperatures across the board at the airport. eight degrees. at least we are -- a northwest wind. 15 to 25 miles an hour. that's for all area as long with the lake effect snow advisory for the lake. lake effect snow warnings.
to six inches. you can see here from our radar. we are track that well north to the north. madison. could see potential for a little more snow. moisture making its way. avon lake into north ridgeville. across 71 into lodi. medina seeing a few flurries, traveling along 80 east. you are seeing a little bit of snow fall but it remains on the light side. this is not just confined to the primary snow belt locations this morning. it's just light flurries across the board. what we are noticing is our highs they are well off the mark. i think we hit that high at around four today.
future cast shows here the flakes throughout the afternoon -- i think it starts to move inia rev up here around 4:00 p.m. from sandusky. richland. you start to see a lot more moisture. could see about an inch of accumulation. highs today of only 13. if you thought last night was chilly here we go. wind chimps 15 to 20 below. if you are stepping out tonight make sure are you layered up. if the kids want to go outside today double layer he them. even face included here. sunday a lot more sun. then the temperatures make a come back. 37, 36, 31, monday, tuesday, wednesday. we will definitely be tracking
bringing us another dose of snow. take a great look at friday. if you need a little bit of hope here. 48, near 50, going into next weekend. >> just have to have some patience. that's just brutal. no cavs game this weekend but it's still a huge couple of days for the nba. it's all-star weekend in toronto and some fans questioning the choice of the cavs coach to lead the east in that game. andy has that and then a look at a big moment for some former all-stars. >> reporter: good morning. all-star weekend is underway in toronto. the star and rookie sophomore game last night. the three point and slam dunk tonight. they are representing the cavs. now despite the fact they have gone through a coaching change. david -- and -- the cavs still have a three game lead. >> it has sunk in. just being able to be around the best in the world.
best players and just -- something i want to enjoy. something i want to sit back and take it all in. hopefully one day look back on it and being in this position and just being able to enjoy it. >> hopefully he can. there were some doubters. he has only coached 11 games and is the head coach of the eastern conference a lot of people thought maybe once the coach was fired maybe they shouldn't have sent a coach. lebraun addressed that issue yesterday in media day. >> i think it's great. you know he would have been here any way. i heard some say -- coach lou, except the fact that -- come to the all-star game. he would have been here any way even if coach blatt was still the coach. here. its cool that our coaching representing our organization and -- i know he will have a great time with it. basketball hall of fame
former cav is up for the honor. this man, shaq, remember when he wore a cavs uniform? honor. obvious. >> got the call. said they changed the rules and -- nominated. i don't know what that means. until i get the real call. thank you guys. you have been a mentor to me for a long time. i just want to represent you. pepl beach proam a great shot of the ocean. garcia with a gray beard. he nailed the chip shot on 14. that's a wrap on morning sports. laura has you covered tonight at six. still ahead, valentine's day just one day away.
cleveland is one of the worst cities in the country to celebrate the holiday. we will explain why. >> it's almost time for pet of the weekend. there she is. cute girl there. we will introduce you to chloe. you will love her after the break are you watching good morning cleveland. lease a 2016 lincoln mkx for $399 a month
>> you have to show chloe. she is just so cute. she needs a forever home. >> she is a 7-month-old american fox hound mix. she came from great volunteers who get -- over here. over here. there you go. they pull dogs high kill shelters and bring them to our shelter. she is just a sweet heart. she is very independent and playful and -- sweet and trying to -- come here. yeah. she is just a -- she loves snuggling and gave me a kiss when i went into get her. she will be a great family dog. these breeds are very independent and playful and easy to train. she is going to get a great family. >> she is really calm.
weekend. there we go. she is very, very sweet. she is actually going to be with me today at the great lakes science center. they have a mitten with science event and invitedded us to bring some dogs and cats. >> cleveland apl. we have been having some really good people come in and adopt. harley last weekend. we need chlore this weekend. what is the perfect family -- her . >> she would be great with a family with kids. an active family. exercise. she is a hound mix. she will need to go out and a lot of activity. special? >> we do. all of our cats who are five- years of age or older or --
longer are only five dollars. >> five dollars. >> perfect valentine gift. >> go. tomorrow is valentine's day with the clock ticking bad news about celebrating it here in cleveland. wallet hub ranking us among the worst cities. we topped the list in two categories. the average price for a movie ticket highest around here. so is the price of wine. we rank number 98th out of 100 cities. in case you are wondering the best place to celebrate san francisco, followed by scottsdale arizona. coming up, a sex offender pretending to be an nfl quarterback has been spotted in northeast ohio. what united states marshalls to doing to track him down.
it's very cold. welcome to good morning cleveland. i'm nick foley we start with that big story of the morning, weather. janessa web is tracking them. >> reporter: good morning. you are waking up to overcast skies. l bit of sun -- little bit of sun. what you will notice. temperatures brutal cold. eight degrees at the airport. out toward into millers burg. good morning. six degrees. that is not even the issue. it's factoring in the winds owl of the northwest. 15 to 20 miles an hour wind chills down to negative digit territory. if you aren't seeing sun today you will see a few clouds and we are still tracking lake effect snow throughout the afternoon. now the lake -- are you under that advisory until four. that warning -- could see
accumulation where squalls persist. be tracking that throughout the afternoon. look at that high. that's not a mistake. 13 degrees. that's brutal cold. i need you to layer up. not once but twice throughout the afternoon. >> a lot of layers needed today. once the snow falls, the clean up comes next we have an important warning about scams this time of year. something that a 70-year-old woman knows all to well. she says that a man offered to shovel her driveway. she offered to pay and he took a lot more. he asked to use the bathroom and then refused to leave until she gave him her prescription painkillers. >> she called me yesterday after he left and was shaken. i sat with her most of the evening. >> police urge everybody to keep a close eye on their elderly neighbors but say people of any age need to remember not to let strangers in to their home. another conartist, this time pretending to be an nfl
he is scamming people and is the country. tracking stephan pittman for years. he pretends to be vince young. is he a convicted sex offender but didn't register in lake road last year. investigators have found plenty of more dirt. >> he has been taking money, taking picture was kids at its been real is sick. . hopefully we can bring him down. >> the marshalls said that he spent time in lakewood and frequent barses, sometimes pretending to be youngf. you have seen him call police. a nuclear reactor in northeast ohio has been shut down for repairs. plant officials say that the 1300megawatt first energy plant closed earlier this week after automated valves opens up steam
outside of pitts burke also shut down. moving to a local crime ring busted now. take a look at some of the hundreds of stolen guns, tools, even tvs found in a raid in a tiny town. officers swarming the property in shreve after getting a tip. many of the stolen goods were locked up. others packed in to trailers. the victims of the major theft ring believed to be from all over wayne, holmes, and ashland. >> it appears that this man was more or less operating a trade your stolen property for drugs type of operation. >> the captain said that the man living there just finished cooking meth before the bust went down. he was arrested on drug charges with of course more charges pending. we all know heroin and opiade abuse can be deadly but there is a hidden threat that
the medal examiner said people looking to buy oxycodone pills may be getting look alike pills. the number of overdoses in the county jump from 37 in 2014 to 89 last year. the number of heroin overdoses went down. if your resolution has been forgotten already there is still time to get back on on the wagon. today's new year expo the perfect place to find the tools. meg shaw is live. that is where this expo is happening today. hello meg. >> reporter: good morning. yeah. if you are like me you need a little boost, a little recharge for your new year's resolution. today's expo that's what this is about. there is many different people out here. helping you to kind of like you said get back on the wagon and we have carolyn who helped put on today's exexpo. there are many different group out here today, all day.
to do. all day long you could host camera. it's not as easy as it looks but it's brought toy kia and selfie station. we have on stage -- from the university hospital who will give you great tips on how to take charge of your health you have a bit body boot camp and i can get the results are you looking for. also the county board of health will be doing healthy cooking demonstrations and some safety sleep tips for infants. all day long we have things like the united states marine corp.. they will be doing chin ups and challenging you to do some chin ups as well which i don't know identify can do. it's difficult. >> why is it so important for people to get out here today to the mall? >> first of all it's cold out there. you want to come in and stay warm. it's the day before valentine's day. if you haven't gotten that present come out to south park mall to do that. while you are here it's
resolutions and that's what channel 5 is trying to do. they are trying to get you out here to the healthier, there is education, schools, a k through 12 online school for those who want to home school but couldn't get your kids to eat their vegetables. you can have an online k through 12 school tuition free. there is so much information you that can balloter. there is nowhere to be but here today at the mall. >> and on top of you can meet all the team members. the gmc team and the now -- come out today. there is many different areas it's from ten to four at south park mall in strongville. we will check back in with you one more time before we go. live -- meg shaw. >> thank you a lot of fun things to check out this morning at the expo. thank you. ahead, donald trump still insisting cruz is not eligible to run for president. the action he is planning to take about it.
don't be fooled by that sunshine. there is no heat behind it. our temperatures dangerously cold this morning. wind chimps down to subzero range. out thwart millersburg. seven degrees. the hot spot out toward the lake county and the fremont area 13. ashland still in to the single digits. winds will continue to chatter and that is why across the board we are under that wind chill advisory until 10 tomorrow morning. if you thought this morning was cold, this time tomorrow, even colder for inland locations. down to about 15 to 20 below. headed out and about throughout the day. we have seen that moisture that passed through yesterday afternoon. some slick spots, bridges overpasses, take it slow. we will continue to sew a good steady stream of moisture and that will affect county.
still in place out toward that area until four today. you have that warning where we could see another three to six inches. definitely going to track that system as we head and squalls through the afternoon. let's show you where the snow from lodi into medina. across 75 south into pepper pike, independence shaker heights. the brunt of this moisture is madison. genevia. are you seeing a good amount of lake effect snow. its crossing over a nice warm lake that nick -- only 9% of our lake is covered at this time. steady stream of snow going to be affecting us all day long. thank you. while this blast of snow and bitter temperature we have in store this weekend may be a painful reminder that its winter it's just in time for fest.
day event by lighting the ice tower and people braved the cold to watch it firsthand. more than 50 ice blocks will be carved into works of art. and the cold temperatures are going to make today's cupid undy run an interesting one. the run downtown usually involves run es stripping to their box es or underwear. they are going to want to do it extra quick. there is an open bar and all the money -- run goes to a great cause. the children's tumor foundation. we will send you all our warm thoughts. cleveland call it a final exam with meeks as the main topic on the test. the final three survivors of the high school rockoff will square off today. doors open at four. we have a band from lakewood; in the final group.
made it home that day say the program was to difficult to watch. one of the survivors wrote a touching message to the killer's mother. >> reporter: a reaction from a surveyor paralyzed in the shootings. last night she sent this open letter to sue saying i have forgiven and you wish you only the best. casey johnson is also a survivor. now 34 and married four children. her shoulder was shattered in the shootings and now has limited use of her right arm. she said she still has panic attacks and remembers every detail of what happened. she said she refuses to let evil win. >> i don't have anger. very questions. like i would love to sit with either of them and ask, eastbound as a parent myself now. like, what did you see? do you feel like you missed something, why you involve -- were you involved? >> reporter: others are responding in a different way.
>> every time this comes up again it opens that wound. >> it does. part of the hazard the timing is that sue has written a soon to be released book with all the proceeds going to mental health. the clinton campaign making a stop in ohio. bill clinton was in cincinnati stump for his wife. the other side of the aisle stirring up threats of legal action is trump. is he saying he will sue ted cruz for not being a natural born citizen. his reporters have -- supports supports have already hit cruz with a federal lawsuit. they say he was born in canada.
his mother was a united states citizen. janessa webb with another look at weather and it's not easy for hard to know that all have you to do is open up the door and you are in for tough conditions in you are getting out and about. >> if you are inside you probably will have the heater cranking. many apartment complexes, buildings, they are allowing for a freeze warning because pipes, they will be able to freeze overnight as temperatures are -- some of the coldest of the season. looking back at our climate report we haven't been this cold in about a year. so, please layer up if the kids want to be out and about don't allow them to be outside more than 20 minutes. we have frost bite concerns with wind chill. they are down to negative digit territory. that was the greater cleveland area. this is my hope. sunshine. that will make you happy out toward lake county where that advisory is still in effect.
be aware of -- we are tracking squalls, lake effect snow. it's at a moderate level. my major concern is the cold, the wind and the wind chills. we have a northwest breeze. ten to 15 miles an hour and that brings the feel like temperature, wayne county. brutal cold down to 12 below. going to continue to get colder as we head into the rest of today and into tonight. forecasting a low of one degree for the greater cleveland area. that's why that wind chill advisory is in place for all of northeast ohio until ten tomorrow morning. now tracking these squals on the power of 5 they are moving out toward medina but moving fairly quickly. producing a little bit of moisture it's on the light side from lodi to medina. 71 south. pepper pike. independence. even -- cleveland heights you are seeing a few flurries flying this morning but well
are you seeing a little bit of sun but well toward the east. that lake effect snow stream will continue to flow in here as we head in to the midafternoon. hour by hour. don't you dare step outside without the heavy coat, the gloves, the hat today. only a high of 13 degrees. want to show you your hour by hour as you are finishing up valentine's day shopping. heading to the mall, going for a run. look at that. our highs only into the lower to single digits in most areas today. not in the teens, you can see that moisture makes its way from sandusky into mansfield a. round five we are really tracking in that lake effect moisture it's flowing over a warm lake, touching temperatures into the single digits. that's never a good mix. 13 for today. nick, one degree but we pick
18, then back in to the 30s but i will track snow monday, tuesday, wednesday and that is what you are looking for. look at that, 48, near 50 next friday. >> just got to get through the brutal next few days. mile high will take us somewhere tough, rough and cold and during the winter season there are someplaces a lot of us just won't go like the beach. i'm one of those. leon went there and even found a few others along with him. >> reporter: we northeast residents a cold weather people. regardless of if we like it winter hits us with a frosty fist. even in years when snow fall averages are less than usual. the season can still hit. when it does our beat goes on. even outside there is work to do. so through the cold and snow of winter there is the grunt of construction, even with in sights of the northern most edge, the beach front.
door opens in to lake eerie and a cold draft knife across the beach sand and break wall threshold. months ago sun worshippers celebrated warmer times here the tables have turned. our story is of the winter beach and the souls who don't mind the north wind's stinging waterfront slap across the face. >> you think a lot of people that -- did grow up here. they are used to the weather and the changes and -- seasons. >> reporter: we take it in stride and keep ongoing. >> we do. we are very tough. >> reporter: so touch must of us long for tender times near the edge of water. they remember summer's softer moment when. some are here now, they are visitors who dispute this is a dreary place. instead they look for beauty. >> absolutely. it's -- the lake is different
it like a serene type of beauty. quiet, there is nobody around. it's just -- something about the snow and the water. it's deserted like this. >> reporter: the park lies mostly deserted. the headlines state park even more so. there is the occasional brave soul leading with his chin. brother, the winter wind can hammer even harder. you there, you unnamed soul on impul section, with your ankles in the waves. be careful. winter beach is beautiful but potentially punishing. relatively few people will come to the beach at this part of the country during this time of the year. there is a beauty here with the drift wood coming in and the waves coming in and the wind blowing. indeed, there is a beauty winter at the beach.
9:56 now. are you still working on improving your health as we continue through the new year? if you need help reaching those goals the new you expo. the great place to start. so great we sent meg shaw over there and joined by corinna there at the expo. they have a preview from the south park mall. hello guys. >> reporter: good morning. yeah. corinni was supposed to give away the surprise. today's event is going on all afternoon and she is here along with the rest of the gmt team.
restarting, recharging your batteries. maybe you fell off the wagon a resolutions. i know there are some of us out there. you can come out here. we have interactive displays a lot of different vendors, the marine corp., you can pet your pull up challenge on. we have personal trainers on hand. really valuable information and free things. who doesn't love stuff for free? >> reporter: everybody loves a prize. >> we will be here from ten to four here at the south park mall. >> reporter: it's going to be a jam packed day. you can't be bored. what better way than to new year, new you. live in strongville. >> love that. 13 degrees. get inside today. it's a good thing at the mall. >> bundle up.
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