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other areas in the mountains even colder. 22 in brevard this morning. a breeze making the colder. it feels like six in hendersonville. it feels like two in boone. we will see in a breeze to make it feel colder from time to time. temperatures will reach mid 40's for the upper upstate and upper 30's in the mountains. we will talk more about what the rest of the week will look like in a few minutes. patrick: happening today, game day has arrived. clemson will face alabama tonight in the college football national championship. allyson: patrick, you're here because geoff hart is in glendale, arizona, covering the matchup for us. geoff. geoff: i am in the right place.
what a day it is for the clemson tigers to play in a championship game for the first time since 1981. we arrived here on saturday. in downtown phoenix, we have seen a lot more orange than crimson. clemson showing up in a big way. fan fest here in downtown and we ran into cj spiller. the clemson great always great talking to fans, signing autographs. i talked to him about this season, especially the poise deshaun watson has shown. >> he commits the offense very well. he shows up on the biggest stage , so i expect nothing less tomorrow night. geoff: do you have a score for me? >> just one more point in alabama. 24-17, 21-17 somewhere in there.
come up with a win. geoff: players are thrilled about this ballgame. spiller also teamed up with fellow running back and alabama great mark ingram to visit with the fans. both led their own school's fight song. that got people riled up. the two are now teammates with the new orleans saints. we are counting down to the big game that kicks off at 8:30 p.m. tonight. a recovers continues through this newscast. i will send it back to you guys. patrick: we did want to ask you one thing. is there any word if they will use the retractable roof? geoff: no word yet, but it is chilly here so i imagine it will be pretty cool tonight. i think for a national championship game they want the weather to be a factor. it will be interesting to see, but i imagine it will be closed tonight. nothing official just yet. allyson: thank you. always good stuff from you there. back here, many are showing their spirit already for the
joins us live from clemson. aly: good morning guys. i think geoff: might be a little bit warmer than me. i wonder if he might trade places with me. i am jealous he is in arizona. i am here at clemson, where you can see the stadium pretty quiet right now. probably pretty quiet all day long today, but that does not change the fact many clemson tigers very excited here today. they are starting to wake up and walk around campus. they are just a few of the very excited people we have received photos from. take a look at this one from cassandra alexander. she says she found this cleaning up. a bottle of coke representing clemson's 1981 championship season. you can see the excitement in this picture. this is one of our directors, matt cook. he's also one of the biggest clemson fans we know. here's some clemson pride for you. the title here "my permanent
until the end of days. all in." very permanent clemson accessory. this is a shot of the westgate fan zone where he is being was doing a show earlier in arizona. if you are looking to watch tonight with many excited clemson tigers fans, we have two viewing parties to know about. -- to tell you about. one is at the hendrix student center here on campus. the other is in downtown greenville at the bon secours wellness arena. both start at 7:00 p.m. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in clemson. -- live at clemson. patrick: our coverage of the national title game continues all day after our show. live from arizona for wyff news 4 at noon, 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00 with brad fralick and marc dopher. they will also host our hour-long special "road to the title." you won't want to miss this area that will be live at 7:00 tonight right here on wyff 4. they'll bring you up to speed and give you a bit of what
clemson player who likes to reports from there and basically wants to work here at wyff. maybe he will. we also have our live wire on collection of clemson twitter posts. allyson: taking a look at the roads this morning, 85 around highway 81 all they are on the interstate. be careful for black ice. dale house been warning us about this all morning. it is cold out there. we had some standing water on the roadways, so be careful. we have an accident in spartanburg county at bible church road. some construction continuing in anderson county at highway 76 . also looking at clear roads in asheville. looking pretty good right now. up in the mountains, could be a little icy. 85 and 385 looking good as well.
patrick: we have some headlights to get to you now. rescue crews say a 45-year-old man died in a fall near a waterfall. crews say sean kasey of georgia fell from a walkway near dry falls in macon county. officials said kasey fell on saturday, but the search had to be suspended until sunday because of the cold weather. allyson: funeral services will be held today for a long-time state senator. william billy o'dell died thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989 and served district four. that's abbeville, anderson, and greenwood counties. his funeral will be held this afternoon at the first presbyterian church in greenwood. the service is scheduled for 2:30 and will be followed by a private burial. o'dell was 77 years old. patrick: the powerball jackpot has hit a world record. no one took home the record breaking jackpot saturday. that means it continues to grow before this wednesday's drawing.
billion for now. it is going to grow. ongoing ticket sales will no doubt make that total rise. officials say it's the biggest jackpot ever, growing since november fourth from its starting point of $40 million. they say the u.s. saw ticket sales of $277 million on friday alone and more than $400 million in sales on saturday. allyson: we have some two hour delays in the mountains. dale: yes we do. avery, madison, yancey. some delays in some of the northern counties of north carolina because of slippery spots from weekend snow and rain has refrozen with temperatures in the teens and 20's across the area. 28 in laurens. other areas enjoying clear skies
off to work and school today. just some black ice problems in the mountains of north carolina. temperature-wise it is still cold with that breeze blowing at 10-15 plus. current temperatures ranging from 14 in boone to asheville at 19. 20's across the upstate. let's check on a few other communities. 30 in boiling springs. greer at 25. daytime highs to they will reach below normal range. the mountains of north carolina upper 30's. we are looking at temperatures in the mid-40's for the upstate. we will talk more about the weekend in a few minutes. tv shows on a big night.
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martavis bryant. this is an amazing acrobatic effort. >> four man rush pressure put on, and a one-handed grab by doug baldwin. sensational catch. allyson: we didn't show you all of the first clip, but former clemson and tl hanna standout martavis bryant made the snag, catch between his legs with one hand. that helps the steelers knock off the bengals saturday night in an afc wild card game. the second clip, doug baldwin helping the seattle seahawks beat the minnesota vikings right here on wyff 4 sunday. the packers and chiefs also won this weekend. here's this weekend's playoff matchups. you can see the panthers taking on the seahawks next sunday. for that. patrick: we sure will. much of hollywood may be in recovery mode this morning, the morning after the 73rd annual golden globes. "the revenant" had three major wins, including best drama, best
leonardo dicaprio. honors for best actress went to first time nominee brie larson for the hostage drama "room." "the today show" will have much more from both the t.v. and movie awards starting at 7:00 a.m. allyson: a live look again from university of phoenix stadium. geoff hart has more predictions from a former tiger. that is coming up. >>dale: we are colder here than they are there.
announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. dale: good morning. hope your day is off to a good start. everybody. we are watching traffic pick up in the author-- on 385. madison, avery, yancey operating on a two hour delay. they would give the sun a chance to melt the black ice. it is in the teens in north carolina. asheville at 19. waynesville at 15. brevard and hendersonville at 22. temperatures in the mid to upper 20's feel colder this morning
we are seeing fairly light winds in the upstate now. that reasonable the mountains has a feeling like single digits as you head out to school. our next chance for showers looks like it will be this weekend. other parts of the country,: up to get some snow around the great lakes and bitter cold air making its way all the way down south. instead of temperatures in the low 50's, 45 maybe the best we see. asheville airport may see upper 30's instead of upper 40's which would be normal. thursday we will see temperatures back to normal. our nice chance for showers looks to be saturday and sunday. 30% chance of showers and low 50's in upper 40's in the that is a quick look at your mother this morning. heading out to glendale? our game day forecast, let it show you that real quick. dropping to the low 40's by the
allyson: taking a look at the roads know, 85, you can see everything picking up here around highway 101. watch out for patches of black ice were standing water may be. three counties on two hour delays so just be careful heading out the door. a couple of accidents this morning. greenville county, this one blocking intersection. one in boiling springs. rainbow lake road and bible church road. also some construction in anderson at highway 76. that is where it has moved this week, said it will slow you down with the lane closures. 85 is a speed limit drive. 3858 looking -- 385 looking good as well. ice. that should beat the traffic.
have more coverage for you from glendale, arizona. geoff hart has been working hard on their. it is early and cold. what can you tell us? geoff: this has been a long time coming. the last time clemson play for a championship was 1982. clemson fans is static here in their orange. gametime at 8:30 p.m. tonight. we have been catching up with a couple of clemson tigers at the phoenix convention center downtown yesterday. we caught up with cj spiller, who you heard from earlier, and we talked to former quarterback tajh boyd and his thoughts on the game tonight. >> it's a wonderful matchup. i think this game comes down to the fourth quarter. the game will be fog in the trenches -- fought in the trenches. geoff: can i get a score?.
i have been thinking about it and letting it flow in the. you got a chance to see clemson practice in the way they have been working in the way the coaches have been coming together, very confident about the guys and this game. geoff: cj spiller had a similar prediction to boyd. we will see if it holds up tonight. they both think the clemson difference will hold alabama to 17 point. that remains to be seen. clemson the underdog, but they don't care because they keep on winning and hopefully they will continue that tonight, going 15-0. something no other college football team has that. back over to you, patrick. patrick: we will of course follow up with more with him coming up in a short bit. allyson: some of the best photos you sent in last week to u local coming up in our u local rewind. it includes weather photos.
townville. allyson: take a look at this picture. camping at twin lakes at lake hartwell. diane slater sent this in. i would like to camp there. patrick: looks like the same time of day as the last one. this user says be careful. ice here to mornings in a row. allyson: frozen temperatures. lisa stevens says their fountain in the front yard is frozen, but it is beautiful. patrick: we end with this video . boom chicka boom. that's all he can say on this national title game day area this video from gammy pammy. happy tiger fan. allyson: i like his style. many fans are doing that today. patrick: he has some swagger.
morning temperatures range from 14 in boone to 19 in asheville. greenville and spartanburg in the upper 20's. make sure the kids are dressed warmly this morning. by the afternoon, getting up to 45 for the upstate. mountains will reach the upper 30's today. our school salute goes to oakview elementary school. the players performed a musical in december. the cast of 65 gave three sellout performances with 1800 people in attendance. oakview elementary, we salute you today. allyson: great shot. thank you. it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline on this january 11. on this date in 1935, amelia earhart began the trip that would make her the first person to fly solo across a significant part of the pacific ocean. patrick: thousands of cheering fans welcomed her in california
alabama at 8:30 tonight, but we and geoff: is live in glendale. good morning. geoff: we have a couple of fun stories for you, including a really positive clemson fan who booked her plane tickets to arizona in october. by the way, you likely know her. that is coming up. allyson: i think i know who that is. thank you geoff. ,dale, it will be warmer there than it is here. dale: it is much colder here than they are experiencing arizona. 30 degrees from gives field -- gibbs field. that is one of the warmer spots this morning. everybody in the 20's and team ens.
mountain roads. we have a two hour delay in madison, yancey, and every county -- avery counties. 14 in boone. very chilly. 20's widespread across the upstate. light winds for the upstate now. those 10 to 18 mile-per-hour winds in the mountains of north carolina make it feel like single digits from asheville. dress warmly for the morning. by the afternoon, colder than normal temperatures. 30's in the mountains and mid 40's in the upstate today. we will talk about rain chances for the coming week in a few minutes. patrick: thanks. happening today, game day has finally arrived. clemson will face alabama tonight in the college football national championship. allyson: patrick's filling in because geoff hart is in glendale, arizona. good morning, geoff. geoff: good morning to both of you guys.
mandy gaither through the years, you know she is a huge clemson fan. so confident in this year's team that she booked her plane tickets to phoenix in october, and it all came together. when she got on her connection in philadelphia on saturday, this is what she saw. she will be sitting between a clemson fan and an alabama fan. as fate would have it, yesterday in downtown phoenix, she met up with both men within minutes. it was not planned. here is their story. >> so i board the plane heading to phoenix, and they only alabama fan on the plane happened to be sitting at that geoff: you poor guy. alabama. yourself? >> you go with the flow. i tried to teach them the lyrics
i was trying to play the tiger song and we had a clemson fan on the other side of me. >> scotti brothers. geoff: what was that like? >> by tell you what, an absolutely amazing experience. can we transcend all the barriers here? friends for life. geoff: apparently, they will be. mandy and her husband saved a lot of money booking those plane tickets in october. much more coming up a little bit later. allyson: you are not getting an with everything you have shown escamilla have been all over the place. are you sleeping at all? geoff: i am sorry. in my sleeping? of course i am not sleeping. it is the national championship game. allyson: thank you so much. we will have you later on in the show.
growing in arizona and here at home. patrick: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from clemson. good morning. aly: good morning. a little quieter here than in arizona. the stadium a little quiet right now and probably will be for the rest of the day, but many excited since august clemson fans past and present sending us pictures. this one from cassandra alexander. she found this empty bottle from the 1981 championship season. this is our matt, one of the biggest fans. this takes dedication. the caption says all day, every day until the end of days. all in. this is where he is famous doing a show. many of you definitely wanting
fellow clemson tigers fans. we have two watch parties to tell you about. one is at the hendrix student center here on campus. the other is in downtown greenville at the bon secours wellness arena. both start at 7:00 p.m. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in here in clemson. it is really cold. patrick: it sure is. stay warm please. our coverage of the national title game continues all day after our show. we will be live from arizona for wyff news 4 at noon, 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00 with brad fralick and marc dopher. allyson: that also includes our hour-long special "road to the title." our sports team will be live at 7:00 tonight right here on wyff 4. they'll bring you up to speed and give you a bit of what they're calling t.v. gold from a clemson player who likes to pretend he works for us. we also have our live wire on our wyff 4 app and wyff4.com, a collection of clemson twitter posts. patrick: we have some other
a north carolina rescued peers as a 45-year-old man died in a fall near a waterfall in north carolina. crews say sean casey of georgia fell saturday from a walkway near drive falls in macon county. the search engine be suspended until sunday because of the cold weather. allyson: funeral services will be held today for a long time state senator, billy o'dell. he died thursday morning. he was a state senator in 1989 and service district four. his funeral will be held at 2:30 p.m. this afternoon in greenwood. patrick: to the powerball, which is now setting a world record. no one took on the record-breaking jackpot saturday, so that means it will grow before this wednesday's drawing. the jackpot has climbed to $1.3 billion for now. that will keep rising. ongoing ticket sales will no doubt make a total keep going
dale: it is clear and cold as we look out from paris mountain it is currently 27 degrees. windy in the mountains of north carolina where it is even colder. three counties are all operating on to our delays with no buses on icy roads. whatever fell over the weekend, some rain and snow in the mountains of north carolina has been frozen with a cold temperatures early this morning. it is in the teens and feeling even colder. today. the sun will help get rid of that black ice. boone at 14. 19 in asheville. greenwood directly at 26. cross hill at 26, for it is cold. factor in a breeze from nine to 18 mile-per-hour winds in hendersonville, it feels like
dress warmly, especially in the mountains. temperatures will get back to normal by thursday. a quick look ahead to this weekend. saturday and sunday, a chance of showers both days area. allyson: taking a look outside, northbound lanes here. watch out if you are traveling in the northbound lanes. a car needing assistance in the areas of the careful traveling ararnd clemson boulevard. watch out for patches of black ice. a two hour delay for medicine, avery, and yancey counties this morning and in greenville county, welcome avenue and white horse road looking at an accident blocking the runway there. also wanted boiling springs working to move off the roadway. travel times on the interstatat, 85 is this a smooth speed limit drive.
patrick: thank you. we go back out to geoff in glendale. brian and marc have been out there for the game today -- brad and marc have been out there for the game today. geoff: looking forward to their special tonight. we have been trying to bring you some fun stories this morning. we have another one for you coming up in just a few minutes. what is happening right now for the clemson tigers heading into this game, here is brad fralick and marc dopher. brad: good morning. it is finally game day here in glendale, arizona. the clemson tigers will play for a national championship tonight for the first time in 34 years. marc: it's an exciting day certainly for tiger fans you can . you can feel the energy here in arizona. as we walk around, see about 65% orange, about 35% crimson. it looks like it's going to be a tiger-studded crowd tonight here in glendale. brad: should be a fantastic atmosphere. some news to pass along. dabo sweeney was asked if shaq
defensive end, will be able to play against alabama. remember, he hurt his knee in the orange bowl game and sweeney said that lawson is expected to play in the football game. marc: i do want to put a bit of caution out there. lawson told us at media day that he only felt like he was about 60%. still, i think they're going to haha him go. if he can't complete the game, look to see austin bryant in there. he got a lot of playing time against oklahoma so you look at him you say this guy's a freshman, he's not really a freshman at this point more of a sophomore. brad: yeah, he played very well against the sooners. also, dabo sweeney and nick saban met with the media for the last time yesterdadamorning. these two coaches seem like they are completely different. you've got one with the big personality, one that doesn't seem like he really says doesn't say anything. they're really a lot alike and actually spend some time together in the offseason. marc: yeah, they really see eye-to-eye on a lot of issues. they both believe in essentially perfection. giving your best at every single moment, training hard and , working hard for these big moments. then, when you consider what
football league not give their players grade for early entry until after the season is over whether that season ends on december 6 or on january 11, so such is the case for the clemson tide. brad: there is no question there is a mutual respect between these two coaches. coach sweeney: this has been great for our program, great for our team. you know, this was our goal to have the opportunity to compete at the highest level, and, you know, not only are we getting a chance to do that, but we're getting a chance to play, you know, the university of alabama. coach saban: our players are very excited about the themselves to have a chance to participate in the college football playoff against arguably the best team in college football, which is the clemson tigers. brad: all that's left to do is play the football game. let's give you a little teaser to what's coming up today. we are going to be on air pretty much all day long on wyff news 4 here from glendale, arizona. but tonight at 7:00, don't miss it, "road to the title."
. we're going to take you right up to thirty minutes before kickoff. there's a lot of special stuff marc: we always give people the nuts and the bolts about the game. i mean that's what you have to do when you do a pregame show. but there's so much more than that. there's a little something extra, and then there's a little something extra in clemson center jay guillermo. you don't want to miss him, our clemson correspondent. we've been calling it t.v. gold and it certainly is. , brad: again, join us tonight at 7:00 for "road to the title" live right here in glendale, arizona. for marc dopher, i'm brad . back to you. geoff: boy has hours fours team run and carolina panthers run still is not over. more still coming up. very shortly. clemson campus. we hear from her as well.
patrick: happening today, game day has arrived. it is finally here. clememn is facing alabama tonight in the national championship. because geoff hart is in glendale, arizona, covering the matchup for us. geoff: good morning, guys. this game means so much to so many, including photographer barbeau right -- bart boatwright. he joined the wyff today's
he has been taking photographs for 25 years. his parents bought him a grade and the rest is history. he is looking forward to shooting this game tonight. he says when it comes to his job, it is all about being in the right place at the right time. >> it is not knowing the game well enough in the team well enough to know where to be on the field. sometimes you are not, but i would say most of the time. it is going to be -- it is good to be good, and it is good to be lucky, but you can create your own luck and put yourself in the right position. best gig of all.
geoff: being in the right place at the right time a lot of times means he has been in a sticky situatiti, getting what over at best ballgames, getting hit in the head by a baseball, and tripped over and got a gatorade shower on the sideline. patrick: thank you. we get out of here. thank you for everything. spirit already for the game. allyson: that's right. this morning. aly: good morning. usually on a monday, people look like they are dragging their feet a little bit, but this is the most upbeat i have seen some tigers fans. people. gameday is finally here.
excited fans's pictures. this is from cassandra she says she found this cleaning a bottle of coke representing clemson's 1981 championship season. you can see the excitement in this picture. this is one of our directors, matt cook. he's also one of the biggest clemson fans we know. here's some clemson pride for you. clemson accessory." caption says "all day, every day until the end of days. all in." no kidding there. this is a shot of the fan zone where he is been was doing a show. if you are looking to watch the game with a couple of clemson fans, we have two about. one is at the hendrix student the other is in downtown greenville at the bon secours wellness arena. both start at 7:00 p.m. aly myles, wyff news 4, live in at clemson. patrick: our coverage of the national title game continues all day after our show. live from arizona for wyff news 4 at noon, 5:00, 6:00, and 11:00 with brad fralick and marc
allyson: that also includes our hour-long special "road to the title." our sports team will be live at 7:00 tonight right here on wyff 4. they'll bring you up to speed and give you a bit of what they're calling t.v. gold from a clemson player who likes to pretend he works for us. again, all that begins at 7:00 tonight. taking one last look at the roads, watch for patches of black ice. standing water on roads could have frozen overnight. at whitehorse road, an accident blocking the intersection there. one clearing and boiling springs. highway 76 in anderson county, you can expect construction ongoing there. let's see how things are looking outside. 385 starting to pick up around woodruff road. dale: avery, madison, and yancey operating on a two hour delay this morning because of lack ice. any moisture on the roads overnight has frozen, so be careful.
you can see the sun starting to pick over the horizon. sunrise happens at 7:37 a.m.. it is in the 20's and teams across a good bit of the upstate and mountains this morning. temperatures will reach the 40's in the upstate and 30's in the mountains. dress warmly. allyson: breaking this morning, david bowie has died following a battle with cancer. his agent released a short statement saying bowie died peacefully sunday surrounded by his family and friends. the singer had just released his 25th album blackstar on friday, his birthday. bowie was 69 years old. allyson: funeral services will be held today for a long-time state senator. william billy o'dell died thursday morning. he became a state senator in 1989 and served district four. his funeral will be held at 2:30 this afternoon at the first presbyterian
chruch in church in greenwood. patrick: north carolina rescue
in a fall near a waterfall. crews say sean kasey of georgia fell saturday from a walkway near dry falls in macon county. the search had to be suspended until sunday because of the cold weather. allyson: anderson county deputies responded to a double homicide saturday morning near lake secession. investigators said two men were shot to death around midnight. investigators have not released the victims' names yet. patrick: deputies say
the discovery of a newborn's body in andreson county led to a murder charge for the baby's mother. deputies arrested 23-year-old joanie holcombe. the baby's body was found saturday morning in a field near cherokee circle. holcombe is set to appear in bond court tomorrow. allyson: president obama will stand before a joint session of congress tomorrow to deliver his final state of the union address at 9:00 tomorrow evening. nikki haley will give the gop response to the president's state of the union. patrick: dale is with us now
weather that is getting people started on their week. dale: the first half of the week will be colder than normal with each morning in the 20's and teams in the mountains and temperatures just getting into the 40's through wednesday area upper 30's in the mountains today. we'll get back to normal by thursday. friday, more clouds. saturday and sunday, a chance of showers. here's a quick look at the gameday forecast. 49 at kickoff. 40's by the end of the game. hopefully our tigers fans will have a warm jacket to wear. patrick: we will see if they use that retractable roof. we want to get you a final story and wrap up this morning from geoff hart and arizona. allyson: so let's go back out to geoff one more time. what's going on? geoff: before we go, i want to tell you about sunday davis. she is from piedmont. when they arrived in phoenix,
sheshe won it, and by winning game. she was able to put them on stubhub to make a little extra money in phoenix. her plan is to run a race in every state in the country. she is 13 down to this point. allyson: that is a great story. how did you meet up with her? how did you find her? geoff: interesting story. it was her mother-in-law that sent me an e eail sunday morning, so we were able to get all the information. they sent as a couple of pictures, so congratulations to her winning time i run 18 minutes. she can fly. we will see if the tigers can alabama. patrick: i was about to say the same thing. great work out there. we know it is really and a little chilly. have a great day. allyson: we will have him at
tonight at noon and 4:00 and 5:00 and our show road to the title at 7:00. are closing with a shot of arizona. take a look there. dale says it is cold out there, but it is colder out here so bundle up as you head out the door. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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