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``the other concern for tonight ``will be the wind and reporters ``will tell you this. `` . ``not only are they making it feel ``colder, but they will be ``drifting. ``it' s basically going to slide ``its way up the appalachians. ``notice light snow has built into ``the cincinnati metro area. ``a tough time going too far north ``of the river. `` it won' t amount to much. `` i don' t think it accumulates all ``that much. `` they have already seen four or ``five inches of snow. ``you start to see some darker
`` you' ll probably see some heavier ``snow and just a little while. ``a dusting or an isolated inch. ``travel will be difficult further ``south and east of greater ``cincinnati. ``we cut back snowfall totals. ``most areas a dusting, maybe an ``inch or two. ``once you get down there, the ``snow will be more persistent and ``the jackpot six to 10. ``back over to you. `` >> they declared a state of ``emergency. `` >> it looks like it'
`` >> a weird weather pattern when ``it is snowing. ``the birds will be flying north ``for the winter. `` the wind is something we been ``dealing with all day. ``you can see how hard it is. `` the interstate web for the most ``part depending on where you are ``here. ``it can quickly change to ice. `` it was a constant challenge for ``these crews to keep up with the ``roads. ``some businesses had to close ``early. `` we caught up with the gm here in
mike: schools dismissing early ``as the snow started to come ``down. `` reporter: the lesson plan is ``that it is better to be safe ``than sorry. ``it' s a tricky timeline for the ``snow. ``kids would start to head home. `` most said that was a good call. ``>> they sent out the one call ``yesterday that they were going ``to do an early dismissal. ``ahead. `` reporter: that'
``school districts thought about ``it. ``a lot of times, we can get the ``kids to school in the morning ``but getting them back in the ``afternoon could' ve been a ``problem. `` i' m courtis fuller. ``mike: thanks. ``crash snarls and rush-hour ``traffic. ``shutting down the westbound lane ``for about 20 minutes or so just ``before 5:00. ``they did reopen one of the lanes ``here and we' re told that drugs ``likely played a role in this ``rack. `` reporter: this is a heroine ovi `` investigation tonight.
``two boys ages eight and 10 seat ``and were uninjured. ``this was the seat -- the scene ``this afternoon. ``she lost control. `` her passenger also of greendale s was thrown out. ``deputies assisted with narcan to ``breathing adult. ``they expect criminal charges to ``be filed later this evening and ``both of the boys were taken from ``the scene, one that is becoming ``all too common. ``one says it is a real problem. ``he tells us he has no idea what ``sorely needed. `` >> this winter weather is
``natalie clarke has a look at how ``this is going to impact youth ``over the weekend. `` >> it was the calm before the ``storm. ``earlier today, there were a lot ``more clouds -- crowds. ``it' s pretty quiet. `` there been about 23 arrival and ``departure cancellations all ``because of how bad the airports ``are on the east coast. ``keeping up-to-date with the ``airlines, they have smartphones ``and apps. ``they just tried to keep as close ``as they can to monitoring the ``situation. ``they continue to get updated.
those traveling to charlotte and ``baltimore were hit the hardest. ``others were traveling with their ``fingers crossed because many ``were headed to new york. ``a young man was leaving for ``france. ``he' s going to be staying in new ``york for at least one night. ``they tell me the number of ``delays and cancellations so far ``at 23 can change at any moment. ``they remain very kind and in ``good spirits and most of them ``are going to get on a cruise ``ship to have for warmer weather. ``sheree: it' s the key to be happy ``when you' re leaving. `` karin johnson spent part of the ``day driving 75 towards central ``tonight.
we are inching closer ``to you guys in the studio. `` you don' t see any snow like you ``did when we were in the ``georgetown area. ``even though it appears clear, ``cold temperatures are making the ``highway unpredictable. ``you really can' t tell until you . ``it' s going to be the case all ``over the region. ``we have seen numerous crews out ``and about. ``the crews tend to hit the ``secondary. ``the worry tonight is the ``temperature and the freezing of ``the highways. `` mike: and the closer you get to
``you been sending us your photos ``today. `` actually, we are just letting ``you know you can always get the ``latest information on her ``website. ``sheree: keeping an eye on ``conditions. ``earlier tonight, it looks like ``things moving along just fine ``here. ``if you are flying out, a lot of ``flights are being delayed or ``canceled. `` mike: generally, aaa do not have ``all 35 truck' s out at the same ``time. ``sheree: all the truck' s are ``geared up and ready to be out as ``long as possible. ``extra staff is brought in and
`` >> we have a fleet of 35 ``vehicles that we try to keep out ``as long as possible to get ``everybody home safe. ``sheree: most of the calls are ``similar to what they' ve been ``receiving this week. ``also expecting calls tonight for ``tow trucks and people off of the ``road. `` mike: a graduate of a local high ``school detained in north korea. ``sheree: and a look at the ``efforts to get him released. ``>> will they stick around to ``give us accumulation? ``and who are the big winners? ``i will let you know what to
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``cincinnati area under arrest in ``north korea and ohio' s governor ``calling this inexcusable. `` >> the student went to school ``and wyoming high school. `` >> just about everyone else woke ``up this morning worried about ``the winter weather. ``and they woke up worried about ``the fate of one of their own. ``>> he' s gone from the ``salutatorian to being detained ``in north korea. ``>> i am praying for him. ``>> he said if you are finer but ``that' s not the picture north ``korean officials are painting of
``he was arrested on a tourist ``accused of a hostile act. sensitive nature of ``these kind of situations, they ``declined to comment. ``students were told to direct ``media requests to the principal. ``it means speculation and concern ``are running rampant. `` >> i am sure the town is buzzing ``on where he is and thinking of ``the family. ``>> thinking about cam and his ``safety and his future. `` in situations like this. ``>> this cool district has asked ``we respect their privacy, which ``we have done.
recent -- it has been ``a negotiation process. `` kevin: a few flakes and you had ``further south. `` here' s a look at the system ``tonight that is pivoting itself ``away. ``the heavier snow is in the ``darker blue. `` a few bands of steadier snow but ``those are not going to amount to ``much. ``we were downplaying this because
``one concern for the right is -- ``the night is the wind. ``for those of you that pickup for ``five or six inches of snow, it ``will help. ``travel strongly discouraged. ``not only because of snow but ``blowing and drifting. ``you can see kind of a hazy ``representative outside right ``now. ``look at that windchill of 12 ``with a north wind at 23. ``unit you' re not dealing with a ``lot of snow. ``you can see it is already ``snowing to the mid-atlantic and ``there is concern about a ``blizzard. ``that will prolong the snow for ``another day. ``high pressure has been feeding ``in the cold air but also the dry
``we have seen some lighter snow ``overspread the area. ``the air is still very dry and ``being whipped around by the ``wind. ``i don' t expect much in the way ``of accumulation. ``some of it may be briefly heavy ``near the airport. ``and as you had further east, ``parts of brown and adams county ``is where the snow has been ``steady. ``west union coming in with close ``to five inches of snow here. ``you get down to areas around dry ``ridge in williamstown close to ``two or three inches on many of ``these areas. `` ``robertson county, they picked up ``about five inches of his well -- ``as well. ``maybe a few areas isolated in ``the metro but the difficult ``travel is really going to be
``of the metro. `` we have cut back on the overall ``tri-state in general. `` north of the river, a dusting or ``maybe half an inch. ``and then you get down towards ``dry ridge and falmouth where it ``little bit longer. ``and once you get down towards ``peoples, parts of grant, ``robinson -- that will be the big ``jackpot basically right where we ``expected it to be. `` we show some light snow across ``the area with heavier snows. ``keep an eye on the darker blues ``that begin the pivot away. ``we will deal with some light ``snow around here.
``east of the metro through the ``evening hours. ``they will continue to pick up ``more substantial accumulations. ``you don' t want to travel in ``these directions because it will ``be very difficult. ``this will all be over by sunrise ``tomorrow and we have a much ``quieter weekend which should ``feature a lot of sunshine. ``the snow continues at heaviest ``south and east of the metro. ``a few isolated pockets near the ``metro area. ``look at that wind out of the ``north. ``not a bad looking weekend but ``you will need to jacket when the ``snow stops. ``overnight will be very cold. ``it looks like the next weather
`` ``george: it' s not a complete ``wipeout that a lot of the games ``have been rescheduled. ``we found these games for the ``blitz tonight. ``all of kentucky is wiped out. ``we have highlights of these ``games and a look at jaron ``cumberland tonight on blitz five ``at 11:00. ``the men will be in action ``tonight and tip-off at 7:00 ``against illinois. ``they look to make it two ``straight conference wins. ``saturday, five games to keep an ``eye on. `` kentucky plays at 4:00 and miami ``at 7:00. ``you see had a big-time visitor ``last night. ``kenyon martin, his number is ``retired. ``this was his first time back ``since the senior night game in ``february of 2000.
``>> his jerseys not hanging up ``for no reason. ``toughness. `` it' s cool, i wish we could see ``more of him. ``on sunday. ``the cleveland cavaliers have ``fired head coach david blatt. without ``lebron james. ``the assistant was given a ``three-year deal. ``hue jackson has rated the ``bengals for assistant coach. ``he will be the tight and coach ``in cleveland. ``the defensive tackle will be one ``of four captains for the pro ``bowl. ``it is conference championship ``weekend in the nfl. ``they boarded a plane in ``providence and flew out to ``denver.
the first game on the schedule ``sunday, the afc championship ``beginning at 3:05 p.m. ``arizona and carolina and the ``panthers favored at home against ``carson palmer and the cardinals. ``kevin: light snow around the ``metro area the next couple of ``hours. ``it could drop down to maybe an ``isolated inch somewhere but ``you' ll have to head south. ``points south and east of there, ``your accumulation will be ``greater through the night ``tonight. ``the travel problems will be a ``greater concern and around here, ``you'