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have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like
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highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. sabrina: let's get into the top five this morning.... sabrina: the metro area is preparing for the first snow storm of the season. grocery stores, schools, and businesses are on high alert as the storm is right at rush hour, which major traffic delays and increase the risk for accidents. elias: in the number two spot this elias: traveling on the
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roads this afternoon, you may notice something new about the department of transportation's snow plows and trucks. they're debuting new white and blue lights. this is part of a new law passed last legislative session to increase safety. sabrina: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... sabrina: republican presidential candidate rick santorum is campaigning in iowa, and talked about the syrian refugee crisis. santorum said in dewitt that he stands by his original response to not allow refugees into the u-s. criticized fellow contenders jeb bush and marco rubio for their responses to the issue. elias: number four... elias: sports stadiums globe and right here in iowa to security measures. fans heading to the football game against purdue this weekend can expect more before, during, and after the game as police alert for anything suspicious. sabrina: and finally in the
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sabrina: just in time for thanksgiving - are down! the u-s-d-a costs compared to last week - down 18 cents per pound and down a penny cheaper per year. turkey estimates americans eat 46 for thanksgiving dinner. elias: storm approaches, storm approaches, encouraged to homes and especially their cars. a local mechanic tells us a few steps will save you in the long run. "check your coolant "check your coolant first and foremost you dont want to be stranded any where when your coolants low and you can't get any heat 2nd you need to check your tires little slick you dont wanna have under infalted tires you wont be able to get
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any traction." elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through
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over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. sabrina: donald trump
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sabrina: he was in newton for a town hall meeting with voters. the hot topic for politicians this week is what to do with isis and possible week is what to do with isis and possible terrorists posing as syrian refugees. and donald trump made sure to mention it. "the internet is being used by isis to recurit and what they're doing is they're essentially salesmen they're outdoing us on the internet " stephanie: but after his town hall, trump met in a more intimate setting with his voters. and during the "after party" donald trump welcomed this man--dave mcneer--to showcase some of the new campaign merchandise. sabrina: mcneer owns maxim advertising, which has been working with the trump campaign . his business was featured on 60 minutes back in 2010. that's when trump reached out and said--if i ever run for president mcneer could make his
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campaign materials. five years later, trump stayed true to his word. mcneer wouldnt say exactly, but says it's mean 6 figures worth of new business which as been great. dave 3:40 so many people saw that 60 minutes peice and no politician reached out ot us, mr. trump doesn't konw me, offered to help in certain ways. it was really nice. sabrina: mcneer says one of the best parts about being in charge of making trump's campaign materials is that it all has to be made in america, becuase that's what mr. trump wants. sabrina: iowa politicians continue to iowa politicians continue to comment on the syrian refugee issue. sabrina: : iowa republican senator joni
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ernst spoke out thursday about accepting syrian refugees in the u-s. she does agree with governor branstad on using a vetting process before accepting any refugees, especially after the attacks in paris. but unlike many other republican politicians, she has a different view when it comes to having a religious test. " 15:50 - not advocating for a religious test to enter us, she believes the us is a welcoming nation... " sabrina and when it comes to putting troops on the ground, senator ernst says that and when it comes to putting troops on the ground, senator ernst says that using a coalition of ground and air troops would be best ultimately, though, the senator says we need to destroy isis, and not contain it -- in order to protect american citizens here at home. elias: during his campaign stop in
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western iowa yesterday, rick santorum didn't shy away from the refugee topic either. he says he knew early that on accepting syrians migrants could be a bad idea. "i saw it early and said europe should not be accepting these folks and certainly the united states should not be accepting these people. " elias: criticized jeb bush and marco rubio. supported allowing the country their positions. elias:/otsl thanksgiving is less than a week away. and if you haven't done so already, now's a good time to get your turkey. the usda reports lower turkey costs compared to last week at just 90 cents per pound. it's down 18 cents per pound from last week and is a penny cheaper per pound than last year. the national turkey federation estimates americans eat 46 million turkeys for thanksgiving dinner. elias: the food and drug administration approved the first genetically
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modified animal for human consumption. it's salmon! the company behind the engineered salmon "aqua- bounty "calls the move a "game changer" in the market. the company takes d-n-a from a chinook salmon... and from a sea eel... to produce a new salmon. from a medical standpoint there's no evidence that there are health risks from genetically modified food. in fact, it's something that's been in the food industry for years. sabrina coming up on good morning iowa... elias: the paris attacks are affecting sports stadium's security across the u-s, and even right here in iowa. elias: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement
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one at the ...7200 and a second at the ...- 8800 ne 112th st so take care on today... sabrina let's also get a quick look at traffic... valley west... conditions] iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina
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forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to
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accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up driving very we will be cold, dry only in the mid 20s. we weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. elias:
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iowa hawkeyes. a win against they win the big ten west division title. but after recent terror scares in france and university isn't chances. local 5's alex giamo shares the security you can game. (alex giaimo) due to recent events the tightened its security measures at kinnick purdue game on saturday. fans should expect more extensive during and after the game. the new policy is modeled after the nfl- which places restrictions on purses and handbags. fans will be prohibited from bringing backpacks, purses or handbags into the
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stadium. bags that are permitted will need to be clear plastic, vinyl or pvc that do not exceed 14"-14 inches. one-gallon clear plastic or ziploc bags are also permitted along with small clutch bags that do not exceed 4.5-6.5 inches. the clear bag policy is not tied to any specific threat but reflects modifications made by other venues in light of recent international events. (dave visin) we have no threat in iowa but we are looking at the best practices across the nation and we want to follow the best practices for the abundance of caution for our fans. (alex giaimo) fans should also expect an increased police presence at saturday's game which starts at 11.am. so you might want to give yourself some extra time to get your seat before kickoff. in iowa city with your hawkeye alex giaimo, local 5 news, we are iowa. all: (reax)
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forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be
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northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the should occur roughly corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of metro snow totals this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow going through friday
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should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s.
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elias: well time now for another short break... but when we come back... the winter storm is causing a frenzy at local grocery stores. find out how metro locations are dealing with it. "you're watching good
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are iowa." "i kind of panic, i'm like what if i can't get out or something. so i definitely rush to the grocery store" elias: it's coming! snow is on it's way and all the aisles at grocery stores will be bustling until right before it hits. iowans are grabbing the last-minute essentials to avoid getting caught in our first storm of the season. elias: if you need a shovel ... ice scrapers ... anything to clean up the snow ... now's the time to get them. hardware stores are stocked with whatever you need to keep the walkways and decks clear. " shovels, we've sold a few snowblowers, we have solda few of (??)" sabrina: coming up after
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the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first... time for a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
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elias: topping your headlines this morning... the metro area is preparing for the first snow storm of the season. sabrina: speaking of the bad weather... you'll notice something different about the snow plows on the road later today - they have newly-colored lights! elias: and gop presidential candidate rick santorum is commenting on whether the u-s should accept syrian refugees, and his answer is getting some attention. "you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we
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are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting warning for muchf iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm
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our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow night, but the winds causing blowing snow driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb 50s. sabrina:
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latest on the isis terror threat... the fbi says dozens of suspected radicals in the us are under tight surveillance because police fear they may be trying to pull a copycat version of the paris attacks. kenneth moton has more. pkg "script: (kenneth standup open) us counterterrorism officials say they've got their eyes on homegrown radicals as they work to prevent a paris style attack. (pkg) this morning, the isis watch continues in the us from coast to coast. the terror group released its third propaganda video this week threatening the us, this time promising to turn the white house black with fire. sot loretta lynch 1/4us attorney general we are operating around the clock to uncover and disrupt and plot right now, federal law enforcement agencies are monitoring dozens of high risk radicals in the us around the clock as isis pumps out 90 thousand social media messages a day. there are terror investigations in every state...900 total. the goal is to prevent a paris copy-cat attack. after a deadly week in france, new cell
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phone video shows the moment europe's first female suicide bomber.... nats ...donated. her cousin...the suspected mastermind of the paris attacks also killed during that wednesday raid. french president hollande gave his military the order to intensify air strikes of isis targets in syria and iraq. (kenneth standup close) here at home, secretary of defense ash carter says the us is prepared to change the rules of engagement in the fight against isis saying we will defeat the terror group. kenneth moton, abc news washington. " sabrina: we're back with sam: sam:
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at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow over the highway 30 inches possible of now it looks like highway 20 will still accumulations with 6-9 metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totots dramatically lower as have a sharp cut-off to snowing and going through friday should also pick up causing blowing snow driving very dangerous. saturday
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we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. elias: you may notice something different about the snow plows on the streets later today. instead of the familiar amber flashing lights we're used to -- like these -- the d-o-t is debuting its new white and blue flashing lights. this is part of a new law passed last legislative session to increase safety. since 2009, dot plows have been hit more than 230 times, causing more than 40 injuries and costing the state nearly 1.8 million dollars. plow drivers are hoping the new lights will make them easier to see " " we're lookingat this as a project that will increase safety not for just our drivers
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and operators, but for well " elias: the blue light tested for the next three years. meanwhile the dot will keep stats on accidents to see if all plows should be outfitted in years to come. sabrina good morning iowa... elias: we take a trip into toy story character andy's room...with a special visitor. room...with a special visitor. elias: room...with a special visitor.
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elias: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at two locations... one at the ....600 block of fleur southbound lanes. and a second at the....1400 block of 55th northbound lanes. so use caution while driving.. sabrina while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina
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meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting warning for much of iowa. snow will be northwest iowa during with accumulations starting as soon as 6 iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be
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accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. sabrina: take a look at this! sabrina: the world's second biggest diamond has been discovered in south africa. it is more than 11-hundred carats and was found in a botswana mine owned by the lucara diamond company. the company says it uncovered two white diamonds in the same mine, one was 3 hundred-74
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hundred-13 carats. elias: we have more good morning iowa coming up right after the break... but first here's what's coming up on "good morning america."
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias: although the vast majority of the kids who participated in last night's youth caucus program won't be able to vote in this election, or even the next one, there was a valuable lesson to be learned. there's a lot of work that goes into picking delegates and candidates for president. local 5's jacob peklo explains. natural sound of laughter zach wallace is very interested in the political process. zach wallace, goodrell 8th grader: "the people, like, working behind it, how much hours are put into everything, how people get so riled up about it." on thursday night, he was one of hundreds of kids taking part in kids' caucuses all around the state of iowa... learning how both republicans and democrats pick their candidates trinity grace, se polk 10th grader: "there's such a big difference." students could go from table to table, to find out more about the candidates before choosing their favorites...
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natural sound: "that's cool." ...which they're learning about in school. natural sound: "what grade are you in?" "8th." sydney northway, se polk 10th grader: "i feel like it shouldn't be so extreme, so much that they have to start going for it a year, maybe two years ahd of it." first, students got to hear pitches from each republican candidate, before casting a vote. gloria mazza, polk county republicans: "maybe jindal was backing. now they have second." then, they moved on to democratic process... way." ...where they could try to persaude their friends to join them. tamyra harrison, polk county democrats: "there's a lot more that goes into a caucus than just picking a candidate." and after the frantic day of making selections, natural sound: "thanks for coming over." many are glad they won't have vote for real, until the next election. molly harvey, 10th grader: "kinda glad i don't get to do it, 'cause i feel kind of pressured to make the right choice." elias: and the results elias: and the results came in over night for both the democrat and republican youth caucuses. bernie sanders won over youth democrats across the state, with
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14 percent of the vote. over on the republican side, finishers include ben carson at 22 percent, while donald trump came in second at 15 percent. sabrina time for another short break...but before we go let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? he's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast next... good morning iowa continues after this!
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper 30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30
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corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making driving very dangerous. saturday we will be cold, dry and sunny with highs only in the mid 20s. we stay cold through the weekend but there is some relief next week as temperatures climb back into the 40s and 50s. sam
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elias: all around the
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preparing for today. most plows have been ready since october. here in west des moines and des moines, polk county-- they're pretreating bridges, but all waiting to pretreat the roads because of the rain thats coming prior to the snow. itll all wash away. so as soon as that rain turns to snow you'll trucks out. see the dot trucks out. sabrina: and the weather is also affecting sabrina: and the weather the last round football playoffs. games have been u-n-i dome for the snow. they will be rescheduled for monday. sabrina
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the news you out the door... right after this.
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five this morning.... sabrina: the metro area is preparing for the first snow storm of the season. grocery stores, schools, and businesses are on high alert as the storm is expected to hit right at rush hour, which could cause major traffic delays and increase the risk for accidents. elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: as you're traveling on the roads this afternoon, you may notice something new about the department of transportation's in the number two spot this morning... elias: as you're traveling on the roads this afternoon, you may notice something new about the department of transportation's snow plows and trucks. they're debuting new white and blue lights. this is part of a new law passed last legislative session to increase safety. sabrina:
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the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... sabrina: republican presidential candidate rick santorum is campaigning in iowa, and talked about the syrian refugee crisis. santorum said in dewitt that he stands by his original response to not allow refugees into the u-s. santorum also criticized fellow contenders jeb bush and marco rubio for their responses to the issue. elias: number four... elias: the paris attacks are causing sports stadiums across the globe and right here in iowa to amp up their security measures. fans heading to the football game against purdue this weekend can expect more screening before, during, and after the game as police will be on high alert for anything suspicious. sabrina: and finally in the top five... sabrina: just in time for thanksgiving - turkey prices are down! the u-s-d-a reports lower costs compared to last week - down 18 cents per pound and down a penny cheaper per pound than last year. the national turkey federation estimates americans eat 46 million turkeys for thanksgiving dinner. sabrina sam is in with a final look at central iowa's most accurate forecast... sam final weather adlib today we are looking at heavy snow accumulations with conditions warranting a winter storm warning for much of central and northern iowa. snow will be falling first in northwest iowa during the morning hours with accumulations starting as soon as 6 or 7am. here in central iowa we will still likely have to wait until closer to 11am to noon before we see rain to a rain snow mix as temperatures will still be in the upper
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30s. by roughly 2 to 3pm our rain/snow mix should transition completely over into snow and accumulations will really start showing up by 4pm or so and continue to stack up as we head through the evening. the primary band of snow should occur roughly over the highway 30 corridor with 8 to 10 inches possible through that area. as of now it looks like highway 20 will still see large accumulations with 6-9 inches possible. the metro should see around 6 to 8 inches of snow, but south of the metro snow totals should be dramatically lower as this system will likely have a sharp cut-off to it. we will still be snowing and accumulating snow going through friday night, but the winds should also pick up causing blowing snow problems and making hope you tune in, good morning, america. breaking news, a hotel stormed by a team of terrorists with guns and grenades. 170 people taken hostage at a radisson in africa. troops surround that hotel. the u.s. embassy warning citizens there to shelter in place. details coming in as we come on
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