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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] >> wisn 12 news. andy: right now, we are under a winter weather watch. heavy snow is on the way and that's what we're tracking. joining us. it's 5:00 a.m. on this saturday, december 10. we want to get right over to meteorologist jeremy nelson with a look at what we can expect in terms of snowfall later today. good morning, jeremy. jeremy: we are starting pretty quite. if you have trouble plans, it looks ok until after 6:00 or 7:00 p.m. the winter storm watch will start at 6:00 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. on date roads look -- on monday.
the state through the late afternoon, travel should the ok'd including northern illinois. things will go downhill past christmas or holiday shopping, i would say cold is your focus. 23 by 6:00 p.m. the winter storm watch after 6:00 p.m. snow expected tonight, and how much you will be shoveling or snow blowing away, coming up. andy: we are under a winter weather watch. the city of milwaukee is already gearing up for tonight's snow. milwaukee county has 102 pieces of equipment on standby, ready to salt and plow the roads. crews started preps wednesday adding an anti-icing solution to more roads than last year.
can be spread out throughout the road. drivers are also reminded to maintain a safe distance behind plows and salt trucks in order to stay safe. public works officials say they are ready for the snow. >> if we get the higher limits of the snow predicted, we will have a snow emergency that is declared by the commissioner of public works. in a snow emergency there are posted snow routes. look for the signs. whenever you park. streets and bus routes. we need to keep them clear. andy: winter parking rules are also in effect in the city of milwaukee. the dpw says they will let us know if the 4 inch rule starts. pay attention to the signs on the street. if you're parked on a marked street, you could get a ticket or be towed. one community is already declaring a snow emergency.
download our mobile app. you can find information about churches or businesses that could be forced to close due to the snow. new this morning, milwaukee police are investigating a deadly car accident late last night. this happened at the intersection of 12th and hadley. police say a chevy suburban crashed into a dodge stratus. a 66-year-old man inside that car died at the scene. the other driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with police. in died after falling through the nice on lake cuomo. crews searched for hours before eventually finding the body of the victim. the police are not releasing the name of the victim at this time. right now milwaukee police need help finding a missing woman. they're describing her as critical. 30-year-old sabrina allen was last seen december 6. investigators say she suffers from health issues, but didn't elaborate. if you've seen her, please call police.
recount is nearly done. 64 of the state's 72 counties concluding the recount process. milwaukee and waukesha counties are among the counties where the recount has wrapped up. workers spent nine days on the job. the results will be sent to the wisconsin elections commission, which will then be posted online. the deadline to finish the recount is monday night. the state will officially certify its reelection -- it's election results on tuesday. prid intelligence officials to review claims russia hacked the 2016 election. the review is expected to be done before trump's inauguration on january 20. prior to the election, the u.s. government publicly blamed the russian government for cyber attacks aiming to influence election outcomes. trump repeatedly denied a russian tie to election-related hacking. looking ahead, donald trump will be at the wisconsin-state fair expo center in west allis tuesday night. vice president elect mike pence will also be there.
this evening, he's expected to attend the annual army-navy game. this week, he's been holding a series of meetings to appoint cabinet members. trump still has not picked secretary of state. yesterday, former new york mayor rudy giuliani withdrew himself from the list of candidates. a government shutdown is averted with less than an hour to spare. overnight, president obama signed the stop-gap spending bill that keeps the government running through the end of april. the senate passed the bill late last night, 63-36. the new bill provides disaster summer flooding and over $10 billion in emergency war-funding for the pentagon. the bill also expedites the process confirming trump's nominee for defense secretary, retired general james mattis. republicans will be in control of congress in january. so where does that leave the democrats? soledad o'brien digs in on "matter of fact" this week. >> the democrats suffered a crushing defeat on election day. so, where does the party go from here?
democratic brand in rural and small-town america, the middle of the country, is a generational challenge. we will not do it in two years, but we have to start right away. >> plus, the internet is inundated with fake news, so how can you distinguish between a fake source and a credible one? we'll have the answer, and much more, on "matter of fact" this weekend. andy: "matter of fact" airs at 10:30 sunday morning, right after "upfront" with mike gousha and "this week" with george stephanopoulus. a milwaukee high school girls basketball team faced possible suspension for taking a knee during the national anthem. of the team gained even more attention when nfl quarterback colin kaepernick re-tweeted the photo. only on 12 news, christina palladino spoke with parents who are standing behind their daughters. ? christina: the bay view varsity girl's basketball team drew a standing ovation during
each raised a fist in the air. the demonstration comes after parents say the team was threatened with disciplinary action for kneeling during the anthem earlier in the week. >> she felt like she had a right to take a knee. christina: the picture of the team kneeling received a lot of attention, especially after colin kaepernick re-tweeted the photo on twitter. but then the players started to receive backlash. brown says her daughter came home from school upset after administrators warned them not to kneel again. >> i stand 10 toes down with my daughter. christina: but not all family members support the team's actions. luiz gonzalez doesn't want to see her granddaughter get in trouble. >> before you do anything like this, you should find out what the consequences are. christina: many in the crowd, including the local black panther party, came out to support the team tonight. >> we're putting everyone on notice that if there are any sanctions towards these young ladies they're going to have to deal with the community and the black panthers, whether it's the
players will face any disciplinary action from what they did during tonight's national anthem. at bay view high school, christina palladino, wisn 12 news. andy: another chapter in the i-94 rivalry between marquette and wisconsin. the two instate schools are playing this afternoon at the bmo harris bradley center. last year, the golden eagles won at the kohl center by two points. the badgers are hoping to win back some bragging rights this year. and later today, schools across the area are singing for the top prize. wauk-a-pella is a college choir competition at the meijer in waukesha. it starts at 12:30 ,but they need the community to help vote on the winner. the winning school takes home $5,000. 5:08. we are under a winter weather watch. department of public works crews are expected to work around the clock. coming up, a first-hand look at how tough it can be when roads
>> leading the way with important location coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news "this morning," with andy choi and weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news "this morning" continues. andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news "this morning." 5:12 on saturday, december 10. as we wait for the sun to rise, we are waiting for the snow to get here. if you have errands to run copies can get it done before the snowfall. jeremy: a couple of flurries
afternoon. it is not until this evening with a winter storm watch with all counties in south central and southeastern wisconsin going through 12:00 a.m. on monday. doppler 12 radar network, a handful of flurries this morning with the west for use at 6. wind chills in the lower digits to the lower teens. snow and cold. snow develops between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. with a then the arctic air will settle when for most of next week, arriving on tuesday. how much snow you can expect at how cold for next week, that is coming up. stay tuned. andy: with all of the snow on the way, people in milwaukee may soon have more options for snow plowing. the common council and mayor tom barrett are reducing the fee for
will drop from $50 to $10. the city will also compile a list of licensed contractors online. this weekend, the roads could get messy. the wisconsin department of transportation warns drivers to use caution. high winds and drifting snow are expected to make driving a challenge. new this morning, one wisconsin college is getting interactive to show the dangers of slick roads. brianna hollis reports. brianna: though many may brush winter driving tips off as common sense, serious accidents happen every winter. a driving simulator at ntc shows when they're dry. >> so here we stop, 100 feet approximately before the squad car. brianna: versus when they're wet. >> you can see on the icy road how much further i have traveled down, almost hitting the curb on -- i've traveled down. brianna: it's not just stopping in the snow that's a problem. >> if i accelerate too suddenly,
will start to loose control of the vehicle, as you saw right there. brianna: driving around obstacles also becomes trickier. pretty easy to navigate around him. a little different now because it's slippery. oh, and it's as easy as that. when roads are slick, things happen fast and it can be difficult to react in time. got slippery, and even as i'm trying to avoid it, i'm not always going toward where i'm steering, and breaking isn't going to help. that's just making me slide more. so experts say, no matter how much driving experience you have, it's important to stick to the basics. >> do all of your actions and reactions as slow as possible, steering, foot to the gas pedal andy: that was brianna hollis reporting. the d.o.t. is also asking
allow plenty of time to get to your destination. it is the real thing tonight. wisconsin's not the only part of the country facing some serious weather. snow and ice is hitting the great lakes especially hard, parts of new york even experiencing lightning and thunder snow. there have been more than 100 wrecked vehicles in the last 24 hours along interstate 90. one part of the highway was shut down for hours. high winds have also knocked out power to thousands.
be honored in two special ways. yesterday, president obama ordered that all u.s. flags fly at half-staff until the evening of glenn's burial. this is video from the white house. glenn will also lie in state at the ohio statehouse. funeral arrangements are still being worked out. glenn died thursday at age 95. new this morning, the holidays came a little early for one school in pennsylvania. a secret santa paid off all of the students lunch balances. the principal says a person showed up at the school with a check covering lunches of all 300 students. >> he wanted to be able to give back to the district. it is an amazing feeling to know someone would want to help as many students as they have. andy: the person who paid off the school lunch balances does not want to be identified for the good deed. the milwaukee county zoo is spreading some christmas tree -- some christmaspi kids are able to have breakfast or lunch with santa this weekend. breakfast is this morning at 9:00. lunch is at noon today and tomorrow. tickets are $20 per child. that includes zoo admission and a meal. this holiday season, wisn 12 news is visiting holiday lights displays all across southeast wisconsin. this morning's display is at 74th and burleigh in milwaukee. our camera spotted about a half-dozen santas along with a nativity scene, several snowmen, and winnie the pooh. if you see a holiday lights display you think we should
the address. all of the displays will be adding to the snow. jeremy: it will be more festive as we add snow to the mix. it has been plenty cold and now we have snow on the way. a lot of people want a white christmas, and this may put us in that direction. it is pretty common. at the are making snow. it will be opening up. i know some of the other local ski hills are already open. if you want to get skiing in today, we have temperatures in the teens and 20's. through 3:00 p.m., there will be no issues on the roads this afternoon. the snow holds off until this evening. green means go.
develop. tonight to be very slippery. it doesn't matter if it is the main highway, sidewalks, driveways, or side streets, it will be slippery. temperatures will start to warm. crews may be able to get by with a couple of slippery spots and wet pavement. we have variable clouds. we squeezed out some flurries. 6 miles per hour. the wind chill at 11 degrees. other wind chills colder. and beaver -- 5 in beaver dam and what pond. the cold will not be the focus through the next 48 hours. instead, the snow chance ramps up late tonight through sunday. but show you with the storm system is.
through parts of nebraska, the dakotas, and into the upper midwest. the first initial wave of snow through south dakota with the leading edge into western iowa. that will come in our direction this evening and tonight. 3:00, dry across southern wisconsin. here comes the snow near 7:00 p.m. 7:00 or 8:00. we might the waiting for snowflakes by 10:00 or 11 p.m. around sheboygan. otherwise, you will wake up to 2-4 inches tomorrow morning. we will have snow through sunday morning, turning more scattered by sunday evening. how much snow are we expecting? 5-8 inches across southern
, more like 3-5. here comes the really cooled air, the coldest of the season with nighttime lows flirting with below zero readings. a wintry look and feel, with the snow developing and continuing on sunday, and the polar plunge with 10 on wednesday and morning. andy: thank you. wisn 12 news time is 5:21. combining dance moves with ugly sweaters. the company that is hiring only if you have both. why tomorrow might be the best
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sweaters. they decided to expand this year and hire more employees, but instead of a typical application, the owner is looking to hire anyone who can dance. >> we need to look for people who are a little hyper, just crazy about christmas. all you had to do was dance. andy: crazy about christmas. the store received dozens of videos for the open positions. many were from students looking for part-time work new this morning, tis the season according to data from facebook, tomorrow is the date couples are most likely to break-up. that's exactly two weeks before christmas day. it is not you, it is christmas. experts say there could be many reasons including fear of bringing their new date home to meet the parents, or they don't want to splurge on presents. wisn 12 news time is 5:25. making the holidays brighter for local families.
>> now on wisn 12 news -- andy: preparing for snow. clear right now but that will change this weekend. welcome to 12 news. i am andy choi. we will get right to the forecast. jeremy storm watch? jeremy: that starts later today. early this morning you do not have to worry about snow on the pavement. good travel conditions right now. the first step out the door is chilly. down in cathedral square, showing the beautiful holiday lights. a west breeze at six miles per hour. easy going on the roads with temperatures on the cold side in
then the snow will overspread southeastern wisconsin, continuing tonight through sunday. the total snowfall on average is 5-8 inches. to the north in fond du lac county, you may not reach a that. you will fall shy of that year the biggest snow so far this season across southeast wisconsin. i will let you know ab snow, coming up. andy: gearing up for the snow. wisn 12 news' adrienne pedersen spoke with the people at the public works department about what they're doing to keep us stress-free and safe. adrienne: garbage trucks are now dressed up as snow plows, ready for a weekend of work. >> i say bring it on. adrienne: director of operations at the city of milwaukee department of public works, laura daniels, promises us they're ready for the snow.
streets. adrienne: crews started preps wednesday adding an anti-icing solution to more roads than last year. the salt itself is also different and has more of an oatmeal consistency. >> if you've driven behind a salt truck in past, it bounces and goes under parked cars and not where we want it, and the wind takes it. the pre-wetting of the salt this will help the application driving lanes. andy: winter parking rules are in effect in the city of milwaukee. the dpw say they will let us know if the 4 inch rule starts. so pay attention to the signs on the street.
declaring a snow emergency. it starts sunday evening in watertown. we'll update that list, along with any church and event cancellations that come in, on the free 12 news mobile app. you'll also be able to see our live, interactive radar. download it from the apple or google play stores. a warning from officials this morning after a man falls through ice and dies. it happened on lake como in afternoon. about 20 different rescue agencies were called in to search for the missing 40-year-old man but the cold and , conditions made a rescue impossible. and now authorities say, because of the warm weather we've had, no ice is safe ice. >> ice is incredibly unstable, but it's extremely dangerous when it's forming and when it's thawing. andy: officials say it's unclear why the man was out there in the first place. his name has not yet been released. a group of moms is asking milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to step down. it comes after four deaths at the jail that his department runs, including the death of a baby. yesterday, the group progressive moms of milwaukee held a demonstration with diapers to make their point.
protest on facebook saying in part, "the media and the progressive moms seem more interested in generating fake news, because it involved sheriff clarke, but they aren't interested in the epidemic of black-on-black crime in milwaukee." right now, an audit is underway looking into the medical care at both the county jail and the house of correction. wisconsin's presidential vote recount is nearly done. right now, 64 of the state's 72 counties have finished recounting their ballots, including milwaukee and waukesha counties. fi the deadline is monday night. today, members of the sikh community will gather for a public meeting. topics of discussion include hate crime, racism, and vandalism. it's being held at the maharaja restaurant on north farwell staring at 2:00. wisn 12 news time is 5:33. new this morning, the u.s. is sending more troops to syria to battle the islamic state. defense secretary ash carter says as many as 200 more
capture the group's strong-hold in raqqa. they will include special operations forces. there are already 300 u.s. troops authorized for the effort to organize and train local syrian forces. meanwhile, u.s. secretary of state john kerry is in paris today, working to find solutions for syria's desperate opposition in aleppo. kerry will meet with european and arab diplomats and members of syria's opposition to discuss the safety of civilians in aleppo and how to keep the city from being destroyed. bolivia's defense minister is now calling last month's deadly plane crash in colombia murder, because the pilot violated basic protocols of civil aviation. the plane was allowed to take off on a four-hour flight with barely enough fuel. international flight regulations require aircraft to carry enough reserve fuel so they can fly for 30 minutes after reaching their destination the flight was carrying a brazilian soccer team when it crashed last month. 71 people died, only six people
wisn 12 news time is 5:34. looking ahead, the waukesha county sheriff's department is holding its annual shop with a sheriff event today. 27 local children will be given the opportunity to hang out with a deputy or corrections officer. they'll head to walmart to buy presents for family members, plus a little something for themselves. this year marks the 7th year the office has held the event. today, cocoa with the clauses is being held at the milwaukee lights festival. families will have the chance to take pictures and talk with jolly old saint nick and mrs. cl there will be refreshments, holiday tunes, and face painting. it's all happening at cathedral square park from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00. the event is free to get in, but non-periishable foods will be collected to benefit feeding america. for one local teenager, working means so much more than just getting a paycheck. only on 12 news, kathy mykleby shows us how chocolate and cancer are taking on a new
kathy: it's crunch time with the music on high and the chocolate brimming. from cracking out candy, to careening apples through scrumpcious caramel, sweet trio in grafton is marking its 10th and busiest christmas. >> isn't that amazing? kathy: this year there is something even bigger to celebrate. at age 15, olivia appreciates being here even more than most her age. three years ago what was first thought to be the flu was so much worse. >> they did a bone marrow test and diagnosed me with leukemia. kathy: i cannot imagine thinking about that when you are 12 years old. >> it was hard to process. kathy: crushing, scary news for a close knit family that did everything they could to keep her spirits up. >> it is nice to get something
treatments. kathy: the community embraced her family. >> she used to come in every day when she had her chemo treatments, and she was the sweetest little thing. >> my mom was a big part of it. she told me i would get through it. kathy: you are a testament to being a tough kid with a sweet tooth. >> yeah. kathy: that helps. packers quarterback aaron rodgers' 12 days of christmas campaign a couple years ago. >> do you like the spotlight? >> it is worth it to raise awareness for childhood cancer and make a difference in other people's lives. kathy: after 2.5 years olivia , got good news and the go ahead to get an after school job she called on a familiar place.
application. the 3 of us looked at each other and said she's hired. kathy: i could not help but get in the middle. one olivia told her story, she wanted to make sure the other kids in the suite trio -- sweet trejo dream team had a positive experience. >> she is the best chocolate tremor we have. kathy: olivia is on a mission to keep her mind off cancer. her job helps. >> we have fun here. kathy: with promising test results, she is in a good place. >> they took blood work to see if my counts are regular. the have been for the past couple of months. kathy: as she diligently trims away and quietly takes in her first christmas in remission. kathy mykleby, wisn 12 news, grafton.
thank you. 5:38. the milwaukee bucks could not get the w last night. coming up, what coach jason kidd says about the disappointing loss. plus, jeremy nelson is in the weather center. jeremy: tracking a winter storm arriving this weekend. when the snow starts and what you can expect, coming up. you are watching wis n >> get important local news wherever you are with wisn 12's
's snow was the appetizer. here comes the main course. emphasis on more. jeremy: we may get seconds, thirds, and dessert. we may even have a leftover snow in the wednesday forecast. it gets going this evening when a winter storm watch goes into effect. that starts at 6:00 p.m. until 12:00 m. as we go through sunday evening into sunday night we will wrap up. it is moving through south dakota and nebraska. it will move in an east-southeast election and take time to arrive. i am expecting dry pavement with a straight flurry. -- with a stray flurry.
find out when it arrives. how much snow we are expecting in a few minutes. andy: thank you. later today, the bucks are back in action hitting the court against the wizards in washington. the team is coming off of a heart-breaking loss at home to the atlanta hawks, 114-110. milwaukee looked good early in the matchup, but despite being ahead 20 points at the half, the bucks couldn't hang on to the lead. coach jason kidd calling the game a good lesson for the team. we'll see if they learned anything tonight. looking ahead, mma superstar anthony showtime pettis will fight max holloway toronto today, but the milwaukee native won't be bring home the ufc featherweight title. that's because for the first time in his professional career pettis missed his weight. he is still able to fight today, but if pettis wins, 20% of his
packers host the seahawks tomorrow at lambeau field without key players. carrie has been ruled out. aaron rodgers is also limited in practice but is also expected to play. the forecast is expected to be similar to last week. nice and smelly. the packers are prepared. kickoff is at -- nice and snow we -- and snowy. jeremy: i would recommend leaving early. take your time, get there, and tailgate and have a bite to eat. driving home might be better. a little better because most of the snow will wrap up by sunday evening. we have a lot to talk about. let's get started. we have been talking about traveling.
. try to wrap up your travel plans this evening. if you have a holiday party after 7:00 or 8:00 you will encounter snowy roadways on your trip home. tonight, we have a red stoplight meaning snowy conditions and slippery conditions. here are the winter storm impacts from tonight into sunday. 5-8 inches of snow for most of so the wind will pick up sunday afternoon near the lakefront at 8-18 miles per hour. inland, not a lot of wind. slippery conditions continuing into sunday. this is a fluffy snow that will not stick to tree limb so i think that power issues should
temperatures in place. the first snowflakes this evening will stick. immediately. we are on the cold side. we have cold surfaces. any snow will stick from the get-go. these are the wind chills. 2 above zero in beaver dam. single digits to lower to middle teens for the feels like temperatures. today, temperatures in the low to middle 20's for daytime highs without a big warm up. clouds will thicken this afternoon with snow this evening with the west breeze at 6-13 staying at 5-10.
7:00 p.m., jefferson, walworth, dodge county, the leading edge of the light snow spreads across the area. a quick break, then the main area comes full force with a steady snow from midnight through 6:00 to 7:00 a.m. a small break before more snow late morning into the afternoon. it could really come down from midday p.m., then wind down sunday evening. a lot of people are questioning what it will be like monday morning. the commute should be pretty good. 5-8 inches across most of southern wisconsin. green bay is included. like enhancement could keep -- lake enhancement to keep
snow band. it wraps up tonight into sunday. sunday is a little warmer. it will be wet by the afternoon. look at the temperature freefall. arctic air on tuesday morning with the cold front pushing through. 10 on wednesday. potentially the first below zero morning. we do have wind chill by friday. andy: thank you. wisn 12 news time is 5:49. ikea is giving some of it's popular products new names. coming up, how the new ad campaign hopes to help solve everyday problems. first, here's a look at what's coming up next on "good morning america." >> good saturday morning.
on the attack. after alleging russian interference in the u.s. election. what we know from the report and trump's response. winter weather alerts in 19 states from coast to coast. icy roadways and wide-out conditions with more snow and wind on the way. samsung ruling o f intent on making the phone unusable for those who have yet to replace the device.
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news "this morning." you are taking a live look outside at 5:53. snow is the big story this weekend. we will check in with jeremy in a bit. at the box office this weekend, ryan goslin and emma stone sing dance their way through "la la land" and jennifer aniston and jason bateman host an epic "office christmas party." entertainment tonight's kevin frazier has more.
aniston and jason bateman lead an all-star comedic cast for a wild night in "office christmas party," and ryan goslin and emma stone show off their singing and dancing skills in the old fashioned musical, "la la land." >> i just heard you play, and i want to -- kevin: in "la la land," ryan gosling is a jazz musician and emma stone is actress, both struggling to make it hollywood as they fall in love with each other. the movie features multuple dazzling musical numbers, and to pull it off, stone and gosling had p behind the scenes. >> a lot of dance training, a lot of singing with a coach, and with our music supervisor. pre-recording the songs, but most of the songs we sang live, and watching those great old musicals. it was about two and a half months over her soul. >> here's to the ones who dream. >> you're having a christmas party tonight? >> well it's not a christmas
denominational holiday mixer. more inclusive. >> well, whatever you call it it is not happening. kevin: and in "office christmas party" jennifer aniston plays a buzzkill boss who doesn't want to let her crew live it up for the holidays, but jason bateman, olivia munn, and kate mckinnon keep the spirit alive, and it's a party like you've never seen before. >> everything that you would hope to have at a christmas party, happens at this christmas party. and everything tyo at this christmas party. >> i love this company. >> what did you do to him? >> i feel alive. kevin for entertainment tonight, : i'm kevin frazier, now back to you in the studio. andy: disney recently released a teaser of the long-awaited ducktales reboot. fans have eagerly awaited the return of scrooge mcduck and his nephews since the announcement was made last year. the show originally aired back in the late 1980's and early the 1990's. new series is set to launch next summer on disney x.d.
marketing campaign is changing some of them. some of its best selling products are now named after popular relationship searches on google. so now, a daybed has been renamed my partner snores. while a bunk bed is called she gives mixed signals. there's also a he can't plan anything clipboard. you'll be able to find these newly named items at ikea's first wisconsin store, in oak creek. the grand opening is set for summer 2018. i feel like' a conversations with couples at ikea. jeremy: you said summer and my mind took me to a warm place. the first half of the weekend during the day doesn't look too bad with dry roads. you definitely want an extra
20's. at 6:00 p.m. a winter storm warning for the entire viewing area until 12:00 a.m. on monday. we are looking for a winter storm to impact the area. it arrives between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. the studies noble be likely on sunday with the total snowfall of 5-8 inches, maybe an inch or two less to the north. you will need the shovel or snowblower. andy: stay with us online and on air. take wisn facebook, twitter and 12 news with you anywhere with
good morning, america. new overnight, election interference a now report saying russia intervened in the presidential election. his transition team responding winter whiteout. two feet in spots so far. driving treacherous. cars sliding off the highway. others buried and abandoned. >> man, it's crazy. >> plus, brutal windchills making things even worse. watch, warnings and advisories you need to hear. chilling confession. the accused church shooter dylann roof's videotaped statement to police played in court laughing as he describes