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. good morning, america. . whiteout. blizzard of 2015. the east coast bracing for a storm and more than 50 million americans in its past. set to dump up to three feet in some areas and wind gusts up to 80 miles an hour. government officials warning for the worst. >> prepare for something worse than we have seen before. >> the snow blinds drivers stranding cars on the roads. thousands of flights already cancelled. schools closed and our extreme team tracking it all. breaking news. security breach. the white house on lockdown. reports that a drone landed on the white house lawn. the secret service investigating right now. >> he said that he killed two guys. they went out to a shooter range. he's crazy. >> the man accused of killing
american sniper chris kyle set to face justice. what happened at the texas gun range and why his killer is saying the film could help getting a fair trial impossible. can these two daredevils float into the record boots 15,000 feet above the pacific ocean? no sleep, little oxygen and where will they land? even they don't know. and good morning, america. . the national weather service calling this a crippling potentially historic blizzard. the snow has been falling up and down the east coast. >> just the beginning. president obama is traveling abroad and briefed about the storm. states are preparing for the worst. our entire extreme weather team is out. you see them up and down the east coast covering it all and
ginger starts us off in times square. >> the light snow has just begun. this is the storm we knew was coming. it should have moved off into the atlantic but it hit a block. now it is going to sit and drop snow for the next 24 to 36 hours and that is why we have blizzard warnings from new jersey up through parts of connecticut, rhode island massachusetts and maine and this is a much bigger storm inland. everyone there affected. the snow totals we will get into. the heaviest falling in massachusetts and worst found in boston. that is where my teammate rob is this morning preparing for this storm. >> reporter: ginger they are geared up here in boston for what is going to be a beast of a blizzard. this isn't snow. this is salt. look at this. 35,000 tons of it. it's going to take this and more to try to keep these roads clear. it's not just boston preparing, much of the eastern third of the u.s. has been impacted by this
storm. over night highway whiteout. stranded drivers in ohio feeling the first bitter blast of this likely historic blizzard. emergency personnel on the scene assisting this driver stuck in a ditch. this after a weekend already full of dangerous winter weather. in massachusetts at least three dozen spinouts. this tractor-trailer jackknifing. another overturning. and in baltimore four children rescued after plunging through a frozen pond leaving two in critical condition. but all that just a preview of what's still to come. the mayor of new york city warning don't underestimate this storm. >> prepare for something worse than we have seen before. >> reporter: as what could be the nastiest storm. more than 50 million americans bracing for the worst. >> trying to get in the parking lot was insane. >> reporter: a frenzy in this
supermarket in boston. shelves in new jersey stripped bare and at trader joe's a 30 minute wait to get inside. salt trucks on the east coast out in full force expecting to dump 30 inches in some areas with winds up to 60 miles an hour. and coastal flooding. residents boarding up and hunkering down. >> we're using two by tens to protect all the glass. >> the east coast preparing for one monster of a storm. it's been two years since they have gotten two feet of snow and at that time it brought this city to a stand-still. the record here in boston is 27.5 inches. could see three feet. robin, there's really no amount of salt that can melt three feet of snow. >> no. all right. thank you. the storm already causing chaos for air travelers. thousands of flights cancelled today and tomorrow and that number will only increase. abc's david kerley is at reagan
national airport. >> good morning, if you want to fly it's going to be a mess and ripple through the entire system. if you're in dallas los angeles or chicago you're feeling the affects as well. this is a blizzard. that means big winds. 35 miles an hour. gusts up to 50 miles an hour. that could make it difficult for aircraft to land. it slows everything down. now the biggest hit is going to be in the northeast. the regional carriers being hit pretty hard. most have activated wavers. it's going to be two days not just today, winds again tomorrow. robin. >> explain why so many flights are being cancelled right now this early. >> well the reason they cancel all those flights as you saw the numbers is because they know that they're not going to be able to operate at normal operation speed.
they're going to have to cancel flights. so why bring the passengers to the airport? let them stay home rebook them and once the storm passes, we'll get them to where they want to go is what they say. >> thank you so much. i'm booked on a 10:00 a.m. flight tomorrow to dallas. >> that ain't happen. >> we'll see. >> we will see. that is air travel. trains affected as well. amtrak getting ready right now. abc's linzie janis for more on that. >> good morning, george. you can see the light flurries coming down now. crews have been out treating the roads around the philadelphia area and across parts of pennsylvania where the storm is expected to hit. there has already been an accident northbound interstate 81 is closed due to a multi-vehicle accident. that's according to the department of transportation. officials are warning anybody that doesn't have to go out, as this snow storm picks up to stay home. they're expecting between one and three inches between now and
about 6:00 p.m. tonight and then the steady snow fall is coming overnight. there could be as much as 12 inches of snow here in the philadelphia area. schools are closing early. all public schools in the philadelphia area as well as catholic schools closing at noon. as far as the roads are concerned, a warning to be careful. the governor in massachusetts asking people to stay off the roads if they can. same thing from the governor of new york. robin. >> thank you so much. so much of the northeast being affected. back to ginger outside for more on the forecast -- oh you're inside. >> i am. this is the part everybody is waiting to see. the actual snowfall the wind and i need to emphasize the timing. the worst of the storm happens late tonight in through tuesday. there will be light snow and southwest to northeast it starts to increase numbers-wise.
washington d.c. one to three. philly at the line between three and six and six to 12. i think they'll see the half foot. to the east of them and certainly in coastal new jersey up through connecticut you'll see the numbers from 12 to 18 and 18 to 24 plus massachusetts on up. i think there'll be local spots seeing three feet or close to and that is what makes this a gigantic storm. wind as david was saying a huge part of it. the wind gusts, let's take it through the timing through tuesday. 67 mile per hour wind. nantucket, 53. boston in the 50s. the gusts can reach up to 80 miles per hour. you worry about the power lines and the heavy snow with the branches coming down and the timing of it worst is overnight tonight through tomorrow. the tight bands could reach two to four inch snowfall rates. that's how you audit up that quickly. it starts overnight tonight, worst tomorrow and wednesday
night we start to say goodbye. >> we're ready right now. breaking news new security breach at the white house. a drone lands on the white house lawn. abc with the latest. >> good morning, george. we have just been told by law enforcement sources this was a drone, a tiny aircraft landing on the white house lawn. the sources say it was not weaponized and was immediately discovered. make no mistake, this was a serious, serious issue. in the hours just before dawn unusual commotion at the white house. secret service and emergency personnel descend on the north lawn a device discovered. >> a device has been recovered at the white house. it does not pose any sort of ongoing threat to anybody at the white house. >> president and first lady were not there traveling on an visit to india. unclear whether the daughters were home. lots of questions this morning. how did the device get on the
property? who put it there? a key concern is it got on to the property in the first place and how do you prevent that from occurring? the secret service is in a middle of a security overhaul with leadership changes. add this to the list of disturbing items that will be studied. the fact it was discovered in the middle of the night is raising eyebrows. among the things we want to know did the device have a camera on it? was someone spying on the white house. >> the snow is not the only thing snarling traffic. a troubling new trend, three flights forced to evacuate sunday because of threats made online. five flights in total. abc has that story for us. >> reporter: overnight three planes evacuated at two major airline hubs. the fbi investigating an orlando delta aircraft from los angeles after receiving an internet based threat 179 passengers and
8 crew members forced off the plane to undergo inspection. >> it got scary. >> we knew what was going on. >> also subbednday two planes searched and more threats. all flights searched and cleared. apparent hoaxes. >> we landed and immediately stopped and the captain came on the speaker and told us there had been a threat specific to our own flight. >> reporter: all this after two flights. one delta and one southwest searched on saturday following a series of threatening messages on social media. two f-16 fighters scrambled and the airport nearly shut down. >> you can look out the window and see people with machine guns and bomb sniffing dogs. >> reporter: saturday someone tweeting at delta assist, i have a bomb on one of your planes but i forgot which one when i left the airport, can you help me find it.
these threats are hoaxes and real terrorists don't typically give a heads-up. >> reporter: at last check still no arrests and these are so far all hoaxes nothing is funny about the prison time. if convicted, up to 29 years behind bars. >> nothing funny about it at all. >> now to politics gop hopefuls squaring off last night in california organized by the conservative billionaire coke brothers. what has been a closed door show case for candidates and john carl was the mod rater. you got sparks flying on foreign policy. >> reporter: this will be a battle in the republican primary. there are stark differences between these candidates on foreign policy. this was true on iran defending the presidents effort. >> i do think diplomacy is better than war and we should
give it a chance. >> this is the worst negotiation in the history of mankind. >> are you ready to send 100,000 troops? >> do you want to bomb iran? >> nothing should ever be off the table. >> reporter: senator paul defended the president and said he would support him in blocking sanctions voting against new sanctions against iran. >> any sense of what kind of role they want to play throughout the 2016 race that they might pick a candidate? >> reporter: they're trying to at least narrow the field down to somebody who believes in their libertarian views. i think they want to play a role. >> thanks. let's go withto the other top stories. >> video just coming in from a dramatic rescue at sea. coast guard rescuing four people including an infant that landed in the waters off of hawaii.
the pilot ran out of fuel and ditched 11 miles from maui. all of the victims safely back on land this morning. earlier sunday a pilot flying from california also had to make a water landing after running out of gas. some terrifying moments inside a home depot in new york. the store packed with shoppers stocking up for the blizzard when gunfire erupted. a store worker shot his supervisor to death before turning the gun on himself. the two men had been arguing, screaming shoppers ran for the exit but no one else injured. president obama became the first american leader honored as chief guest at india's republican day celebration. the festivities marked the birth of the world's largest democracy and the president and indian prime minister announcing new deals on defense and nuclear energy and president obama promising tougher action in ukraine. the worst violence in months. a video showing one rocket
attack killing at least 30 people. ukraine's president says he hopes to revive the peace process. finally, didn't take long for police to catch a suspected burglar. as he was being led out of a family dollar store, moments earlier he fell into their arms. because of some bad timing on his part. good timing for police. police say he had been trying to break in through the ceiling. when police were coming in to see what was going on he fell through the ceiling into their arms. there he is lying on the ground shortly arrested. he had to put his arms behind his back guys he was in the perfect position. >> he was already down. >> we haven't had one of those in a while. >> good one, right? >> it was. >> as soon as we see a story like that we know it's going into the file. >> the criminal file. >> thank you, amy. to the countdown to the super bowl. the seahawks already in arizona
for the big game. the patriots arrive this evening and deflategate not going away. the coach holding a press conference defending his team and giving the media a science lesson. gras's cecilia vega has that story. >> reporter: deflategate threatening to let all the air out of super bowl xlix. seahawks facing off against the new england patriots. >> will they be pun pished? probably not. not as long as roger goodell are still taking pictures of their respective homes. >> reporter: seahawks quarterback russell wilson staying above the fray. >> all the distraction has nothing to do with us. >> the nfl telling abc news its review continues but patriots quarterback tom brady telling espn sunday night the league still hasn't contacted him. >> i believe they're going to do it after the season. we'll deal with it after this game. >> reporter: brady posting this
patriot's video sunday intending to get fans pumped for the game. writing who is with us? >> being perfect is not about that score board out there. >> reporter: but notably missing any mention of football air pressure. belichick defiantly defending his team maintaining they did nothing wrong. >> we followed the rules of the game to the letter. >> reporter: his explanation for the deflated footballs, climb condition. >> air pressure is a function of the atmospheric conditions. there is variance there. >> reporter: twitter calling him bill bilichek the science guy. but the real science guy bill nye refuting his explanation. >> to really change the pressure you need one of these, the inflation needle. >> reporter: the super-sized controversy making its way into "saturday night live's" spotlight. >> i assume the air in the
football was inside the air in the pig when it died. >> reporter: this is where sunday's game will be played. the patriots will be taking questions from reporters today and there will be questions about deflategate. >> and snl opens that. >> of course they did. we should point out bill nye is a big seahawks fan. >> he is. >> let's go to ginger. winter weather in california? >> winter weather advisories for riverside including big bear. looking for four to eight inches of snow. nothing like the east coast but something to note. rain from los angeles east of your local weather forecast 30 seconds away, first this morning's select cities brought to you by royal caribbean.
is >> reporter: hi, everybody david murphy here, we have lots of snow shower activity out there most of us it fairly light and spotty. rain to the south. as we go to the airport it will get windier as the day goes on and snowier tonight. we're going for a high of 32. light to moderate snow during the day one to three inches. heavier snow overnight tonight into tomorrow morning depending on quickly a passing nor'easter
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. good morning, america. . right now we're tracking the monster storm. 50 million americans bracing for three feet of snow on the east coast. the man who killed american sniper chris kyle getting set for his day in court and raising questions about whether the movie will impact the trial. >> house fires burning faster. experts say more challenging than before. >> good morning, america. on this monday morning. hope everybody had a wonderful weekend. what's coming? the monster storm making its way to the east coast right now. the blizzard hitting -- ginger later this afternoon? >> yes. worst of it early tomorrow for new york and it moves on. >> and it's going to be feet and feet and feet of snow? >> the coast of new england is
where the heaviest will snow. >> what you know to stay safe before you head out to clear your driveway and sidewalk. >> my kids are following ginger's instagram because they want to know about school. >> i feel good about saying that. >> the man who shot and killed american sniper chris kyle. jury selection beginning next month. with the blockbuster movie braking all kinds of records. questioning whether or not he can get a fair trial. "american sniper" number one for the second weekend in a row already bringing in more than $200 million in the u.s. >> she's got a grenade. >> the blockbuster details the life of navy sale chris kyle. the deadliest sniper in u.s. history played by bradley cooper. when it comes to the day he was killed back on american soil the oscar nominated film fades
to black. so what did happen at this gun range near fort worth, texas almost two years ago? >> he said he killed two guys. like he's all crazy. >> that's the sister of eddy ralph the marine veernt accused of gunning him down. ralph will go to trial in two weeks. he's pleaded not guilty and his attorney tells abc news he will mount an insanity defense arguing that pstd made him shoot at point blank range the man he idolized. kyle's widow doesn't buy that defense as she told our dallas station, wfaa. >> somebody taking the lives of two people there to help them, that's not ptsd in my opinion. >> ralph's attorney says the
film's success will make it impossible to find a impartial jury. the judge has a request to move the trial. >> a lot of prospective jurors will know something about but but doesn't mean you can't find a fair jury. >> potential jurors have been summoned. ryan owens abc news dallas. >> now to the desperate search for a georgia couple who vanished last week. disappearing while meeting someone to buy a car on craig's list. abc mara has that story. >> reporter: a search for a devoted grandparents disappearing after going to buy a car after someone they met on craig's list. >> whoever has them we hope they let them come home to us. we miss them.
>> reporter: police say the pair posted this ad seeking to buy a 1966 mustang convertible. they say it was the couple's dream car, one they wanted to buy since they were first married decades ago. after finding what they believed was a seller they reportedly set out on a road trip approximately 180 miles. their three daughters haven't heard from them since. their worry turning to panic when they never showed up to baby-sit the grand kids friday. >> my mom would never miss an opportunity to be with my kids. >> reporter: the morning police are looking for a suspect, 28-year-old ronny j. towns. police say the couple's last calm was to towns, a call they believe was about that craig's list ad. >> at this time he's charged with giving false statements to our investigators and criminal attempt to commit theft by deception. >> reporter: now the runyon family set up a facebook page
with about 100,000 supporters. a growing group desperately searching for the couple whose quest to buy their dream car has turned into one family's nightmare nightmare. now, we reached out to craig's list for comment but did not hear back but they note to be especially careful when buying high value items. they say never go alone and this couple did that right. >> yeah they went together. >> yeah. >> certainly hoping for the best. >> yes, we are. thank you. >> thank you. now let's go to amy in social square with the speed feed. >> this is a big shocker. trending on facebook and twitter, an avalanche of posts about the blizzard on the way with blizzard of 2015 and snow magetton melting down with twitter. tweeters getting creative about the storm of this season. this woman apparently to blame authorities, this woman for
questioning, elsa right there. and we have new york mayor bill de blasio going game of thrones announcing winter is coming. i love the face on this woman. pretty much sums up the hysteria of what i saw in the store last night. if your arms are full in the stores you may be channeling homer simpson facing the sophie's choice of staples. bread or wine? tweet us with the #social square. two things always open are starbucks and irish pubs. so the alcohol is covered. >> you got that right. amy, thank you. >> thank you, amy. back to ginger. i see the snow. >> i thought we would go back to this. to make it into the top ten snow storms for snoerksnew york city we have to get more than 18 inches. i thought i would get in here and have more time with this. three to six inches is the white
on top of the snow i can promise you wind, the wind gusts will go 50 to 0 miles per hour. the worst up to coastal connecticut and rhode island and the cape. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thank ginger, storm tracker 6 live double scan showing snow showers pushing up from the south. today, 1 to 3 inches today. heavy snow overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. elsa. >> elsa did it. >> if you're hungry in new york city. >> chinese food is always open. doesn't matter. any kind of weather.
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♪ now to that amazing journey for a daredevil duo. balloonists trying to smash a pair of records. they lifted off from japan, soaring over the pacific for somewhere in north america. not quite sure where that is yet. t.j. holmes is in the social kwar square for us. >> two guys who want to fully inflate their equipment in order to get an advantage. we're talking about balloons not balls, of course. but these guys floating above the pacific 15,000 feet for a week and they could land anywhere from canada to mexico. this morning these two balloonists are attempting to float into the record books. troy bradley and laona are 15,000 feet above the pacific ocean in a gas balloon they call
two eagles. the pair took off sunday en route to north america. around the world in 80 days. we think of balloons as scenic and romantic. these two are ballooning daredevils. they'd have limited sleep and access to oxygen with temps in the 50s. with these high altitudes come high stakes. balloonists died after hitting bad weather four years ago. hoping to made the trip in 5 1/2 days breaking two records 30 years ago, they have no idea where they'll land at the mercy of the winds, they could end up in anybody's backyard. >> this is a cover vetted record and hopefully one that's going to stand for a long long time. >> they have been at it for 39 hours right now. they're trying to beat two records. they need to be up there 138 hours. about six days. this is a gas balloon, not the
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>> good morning 7:56 monday, you're looking at sky 6 out across penns landing. we've with an seeing light snow, the heavier stuff will be coming in tonight. we have school delays and closing at the bottom and the screen and 6abc.com. this is bucks county, route 1 at route 32. the main roads mostly wet, you have to watch for the slush and snow especially on the sides of the road that is starting to
creep in. tacony-palmyra bridge scheduled to go up around 8:20. head to the betsy ross bridge instead. on the ben franklin bridge we're seeing slow traffic from the down side to 8th and vine. we're not seeing speed restrictions on the ben franklin bridge just yet. cherry hill, 2955 speeds at 10, 11 miles per hour a vehicle ran off the road. it's a little slick there. >> let's head over to the man of the hour that would be david murphy with the latest track. >> reporter: let's go to storm tracker 6 live double scan we have a band of snow coming up from the south. when you're underneath this it could make road conditions slick. we're expecting 1 to 3 inches between now and dinnertime. at some point this afternoon steadier bands are possible. heavier precipitation between 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. before we taper off. we have a blizzard warning to
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and the major winter storm taking aim at the northeast. more than 50 million americans bracing for the worst. how you can stay safe battling the blizzard. it's the super weight loss trend shifting to your home. say goodbye to the juice cleanse and how you could trim down with soup. katy perry breaks down her game plan for the super bowl. i'm be a little tingly inside. >> what she's saying about her halftime snow. "gma" at the sag awards and we go one on one back stage with the winners. and n tyo live here performing as we say --
>> good morning, america. i like how you said that. yes, he's cool. and all that. he's a grammy winner and hanging out with the fans and has a brand new album out. you'll hear from him today. >> also a big night for viola davis last night at the sag awards. what a speech she gave trending big right now. >> and what a dress she wore george. we're going to get into the fashion winners of the night. editor and chief of yahoo style jose and fashion designer mimi lakes are here to talk about the hottest looks on the red carpet. >> she's taking it from you jose. also the epic super bowl bet between chris pratt and chris evans, taking it to the next level. >> that is all coming up. let's get news from amy.
>> i bet you can guess what i'm going to lead with. the blizzard. millions of americans bracing for what's being called a potentially historic storm. up to three feet of snow possible in parts of the northeast and abc is in boston where they are bracing for the worst. good morning, rob. >> reporter: good morning, amy. look at what's happening behind me. this is salt from mexico being upload and downloaded from this cargo ship. 35,000 tons of salt trying to keep the roadways clear in boston as the snow arrives. so far it's been relatively quiet winter season but this is about to change. this morning the northeast is bracing itself for a whiteout. snow expected to blanket americans. likely a foot from philly to maine. possibly two feet or more from the new jersey coast up through new england. the blizzard conditions expected to disrupt road travel. schools. potential airport closures and states of emergencies likely
from new jersey to maine as everyone braces for the worst. emergency rooms may be bracing themselves as well. nearly 12,000 people treated at emergency rooms for medical emergencies related to shoveling snow each year. and in the u.s. approximately 100 people die shoveling snow every winter. >> when you go outside, the blood vessels to your hands and legs they clamp down. that makes it harder for your heart to pump blood. it pumps against all of the pressure. that raises your heart rate and blood pressure and could be the worst thing for someone with heart disease. >> experts advice taking your time and avoid alcoholic beverages, avoid eating a big meal and try using a smaller shovel to avoid lifting heavy-weighted snow. and you may want to get your car off the street because you know when those plows come through, they're going to bury a vehicle making you have to dig out even more. snow is coming later today and
boston is ready. >> another reason to stay inside indoors. thanks so much. the investigation into how a small drone was landed on the north lawn of the white house this morning. the unarmed drone landed before dawn. the secret service and police finding it right away. president obama and the first lady were not home. they're in india. investigators are trying to figure out who was controlling that drone and whether it had a camera to spy on the white house. and new security concerns for commercial airliners. five flights disrupted in recent days because of online threats. the latest a delta flight from los angeles diverted where it was inspected before continuing to orlando. a jetblue and sky west flight had to be evacuated after landing in seattle and earlier this weekend fighter jets scrambled to escort two atlanta bound planes after someone tweeted a bomb threat. no explosives found and no arrests in connection with the
threats. the new england patriots try to arizona for the super bowl with deflategate showing no signs of resolution. tom brady says he still hasn't been contacted by nfl investigators and doesn't expect to speak with the league until after the super bowl. finally, this one is being called pizzagate. the head honch choe of papa john's caught red handed. controversy, because it was not papa john's pizza and perhaps even worse, he is eating it with a fork. can you believe that picture, guys? >> i eat it with a fork. >> he was trying out the competition and didn't want to get his hands dirty. >> i'll give him a pass. >> i love the bread sticks. >> i like that garlic sauce. >> yes. >> thank you. robin is of in the social square. you guys are making me hungry. a look at what's ahead on the
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super bowl ad and it broke records for the highest audience for a commercial and perhaps this year they will top it as well. t.j. holmes said he was going to be here monday because we promised we would have the big reveal. and we have sara in for lara spencer. >> in addition to the blizzard we have the super bowl coming up and katy perry has her game face on gearing up to perform at the super bowl halftime show sharing the cover of espn's issue with superstar jj watt and talking on "sportscenter" to give a few hints what to expect when she hits the stage. >> i'm squeezing in as many familiar hits as possible. so that the whole crowd can sing along. i just want people to have fun and bring incredible joy to the show. >> that sounds like a karaoke in my living room. we know that grammy winner lenny
kravitz will be a special guest during her performance. >> can't go wrong. >> you got to go with the hits. >> you're going to the game? >> i am. i'm looking forward to the halftime show. my favorite part. >> and the food are my highlight. i shouldn't say that next to a sporty. >> c'mon, seahawks and patriots. >> i can't wait to hear about it the next day. and jennifer lawrence exercising honesty during her speech at the producer's guild awards saturday night. presenting an award to the ceo of lion's gate which is the studio behind the hunger games franchise. >> i normally don't see these things on account of my anxiety and unbreakable bond between woman and couch. but i had to say yes. i assumed i was contractually obligated and when i found out i wasn't i had already picked out this dress. >> how much do you love her?
she says what we're all thinking. we would rather be on the couch. the dress was beautiful. >> she nailed it. >> she nails everything she does. not many actors feel comfortable in their skin. i rather watch being her than anything else. and finally, a superhero face-off. guardians of the galaxy chris pratt challenging chris evans to a super bowl bet. pratt taking to twitter. seahawks win, you fly yourself to seattle and visit the children's hospital waving the flag. evans agreed under the condition pratt must visit a boston nonprofit as star lord wearing a tom brady jersey and the digs keep on coming. tweeting out this chicken-themed picture of brady. i'm going to predict this. pratt visits hospitals all the
time. i bet they do it regardless. >> win-win. >> don't they get more adorable and funnier with those types of bets? >> it's good. >> what do you have for me? >> whatever you want sara. great job. ginger now to a check of the weather. >> i have the best group out here. the gymnastics team. they're from georgia. you're bailey. >> bailey. >> how much snow have you seen in your life? >> four inches. >> i said you have to stick around. tomorrow a whole lot more here in new york the worst of it starts overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow. tuesday, 11:00 p.m. it's going strong in boston and coastal main and rhode island and then it moves out to the northeast. not everybody is cold.
where there's a trough in the east. denver goes to 67 on tuesday. that's the big picture let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: all right ginger, thank you. david murphy here with an update from accuweather. we have snow working their way back into the region. we have a changeover to rain down to the south. we're looking at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're looking at light snow on and off through the rest of the morning and a good portion of the afternoon. one to three inches accumulation from round one. overnight tonight bands of heavy snow is expected from a passing nor'easter. >> yeah. >> you're okay now? she's good. we have got tough ones out here. >> today's heat index. lots of people trying a diet
trend, souping. how to kick-start a healthy lifestyle. abc has the details. >> we have all heard of juicing and what celeb hasn't been spotted drinking their fruits and veg jis hoping to reboot their bodies? but could souping be the new juicing? >> that was fun. that would wake you up. >> this woman, the founder of l.a. based arena. soup can keep you full and even help you lose weight. soupelina offers a five day cleansing plan totaling around 1,500 calories. on the menu options like don't squach my dreams. >> where's dessert. >> this is your dessert. >> add some broth. >> you can diy, too. >> you have put nuts and veggies veggies. >> she says there's no evidence
that souping or any so-called cleanse helps rid the body of toxins but she says souping can kick-start healthy habits. >> you're keeping all the fruits and vegetables and nutrients in. >> another positive the heat. >> some vegetables when you heat them you're releasing the nutrients. the heat actually makes those nutrients more an orbablebsorbable. >> she says watch out for sodium. >> soups have a tendency to have a lot of sodium. that's what's going to punch up the flavor. >> still eliminating solid foods can take getting used to. but if you can do without the chew slurping your supper is definitely not so bad. for "good morning america," abc news los angeles. >> made me a little hungry. >> that's fine. it keeps happening.
>> mario is coming up. >> it really is soup weather. >> yes, it is. or pizza. >> or pizza. the countdown on to the oscars and those in the know consider the screen actors guild awards the best be ram ter of what to expect. the sag awards making the oscar race even tighter. and abc's chris connelly was there and has all the highlights for us. >> the cast of "birdman." >> "birdman" is back in the oscar race with its best movie cast win at the actors sag awards saturday night. >> to win as a team feels really good. >> it's been great. it's been hard and amazing. >> think what would mryyl do. >> she would laugh and shonda rhimes with her series how to get away with murder. >> when i tell my daughter stories she says mommy can you
put me in the story. and you know it starts from the top up. so i would like to thank pauly, shonda rhimes. betsy beers and peter nowalk for thinking a sexualized messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old dark skin african-american woman. >> this role has been a challenge for me. and it's woken me up like any challenge wakes someone up. >> do you have your speech or are you going to wing it? i don't see a purse. >> you know i never make assumptions. >> julianne moore earning a best actress win for her work as a alzheimer's patient. and thanks to the theory of everything stars mind-blowing
wins. >> it's kind of weird -- it's like -- kind of like a youeuphoric white noise. >> patricia arquette thanked her family after her best supporting actress award. >> i can't tell you what this means to me. my daughter texted me and it means a lot when you get an 11-year-old girl to say i'm proud of you mom. >> no one seemed happy yr than the orange is the new black cast and their comedy cast win. some on the red carpet were wonder rouse in white. maggie gyllenhaal and reese witherspoon. for "good morning america" chris connelly abc news los angeles. >> the favorite part fashion. we're going to talk fashion with our style team. happy to have celebrity stylists and tv personality and fashion designer both here with us. >> thank you. >> i love who you picked last
night. felicity jones was spectacular. >> i love her. i mean don't you think it was a very sophisticated evening? it was very grown up and we always say all award shows are all hollywood. it was channeled last night that was so sophisticated and elegant like all the gowns, like i loved the criss-cross which was a huge trend. and all the sophisticated hair and makeup. the hair slicked back. the low pony. and the long -- >> clean-look. >> my favorite thing is she's not wearing much jewels. she looks very clean. that's very good. >> people packed away the diamonds. no necklaces which is kind of a nice relief. >> viola davis who won best actress. >> love. >> she looked gorgeous. >> she looked amazing. >> beautiful. i loved her. i thought it was a very flattering shape for her. the halter was a big trend. everything about it was so
simple and easy and how awesome do her arms look. >> i was going to say her shoulders and arms. >> if that's what you want to show off, this is the best shape for it no doubt. everybody, let's give props to her natural hair. >> i was going to say it too. >> right? >> yes. us girls love a weave and a wig. i'm so happy that she wore her natural hair. she looks great. >> but she did it on the show and everybody just jumped out to see what she did. for her to do it on the red carpet was so brave and smart and fun. >> loved it. >> i always love your next choice. julianne moore has been a big winner and she won with this dress. >> i love her. she's been winning everything. she's winning for me on the red carpet. i was saying this dress on paper, if i were to say to you a green dress with beads for a redhead you would say i don't know it could be brides made, christmas, red and green. this delicate train and
everything about it is so simple and elegant. >> her pale skin yeah. >> the way she carried it off. for me queen julian. >> i love it. i love it. >> that's it and her earrings. >> mimi you have a wild card pick? >> i do. i hope you guys won't die. >> i won't die. >> i have a wild pick. nene has a wild pick. you will never guess. >> i julian margulies. >> wow. >> julianna. >> i do like it. i loved all the bright bold colors on the carpet last night. >> i think she looks great. i love her hair pulled back. you guys always talk about the same people. she looks great. >> i get money for that. >> you do. >> she looks great. it has a little poof but i think
she looks great. she barely has on any jewels which we saw nobody was wearing jewels. she looks great. her makeup is clean. >> how did they all know to ditch the accessories? >> i don't know. did they call everybody? >> do they all talk to each other? >> they must be running out. they're saving themselves. >> this is a part of the big trend. the bright color. we saw that last night. >> we did. a lot of red and white and silver and a lot of jewel tones. the blue and yellow. and the bright yellow. >> i love sophia last night. >> she could wear everything. let's be honest. >> she especially looks good in that. >> she was looking like she was very in love. >> oh. >> have you seen her fiance? >> it's not quite the red. >> nene thank you so much. be sure to tune into the oscars february 22nd right here on abc.
>> good morning, it is 8:27, monday, sky6 live hd taking a live look philadelphia international airport. look out for flight delays and cancellations. already a number of them especially as you get further up the eastern seaboard because of the winter storm that comes in later today. we have school closings or delays radio lated to this this morning's snow at 6abc.com or running at the bottom of the screen. let's go over to karen rogers. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tam the snow is light and sticking to roads. delaware county route 1 media bypass. there's not many out there. which is a good sign. we're seeing people move okay at this point but some of the roads starting to get snowy.
in upper dublin we saw a disabled vehicle welsh road chapel hill west. we have an -- we have heavy traffic on 42 northbound. low visibility, we're looking at the ben franklin bridge. no speed restrictions on the ben, but we're seeing speed restrictions in the area bridges. >> let's get the latest from accuweather and david murphy, good morning. >> reporter: snow falling on the terrace, tam. isn't that correct double scan showing we have another band of snow that marched in from the south and pushing toward allentown and the northern suburbs fairly decent snow putting down a bit of coverage on untreated surfaces. from now until 6:00 p.m. we're looking at light snow showers. 6 to 11:00 p.m. steady snow bands build in and depending on the behavior of the off the
♪ one, two, three ♪ ♪ ooh, i want the time of my life ♪ ♪ oh baby ♪ ♪ ooh, give me the time of my life ♪ ♪ hey, hey hey ♪ >> that's ne-yo performing time of our live off his new album "nonfiction." he's singing for us in a bit. she know is the title. >> can't wait for that. mario batali is cooking up a meal inspired by music. he's here and you can smell it all morning. >> i know. >> my stomach has been growling. it is monday and that means the new episode of "the bachelor."
tonight. jay gets ready to go for a date with chris. >> hey. >> hi. >> we have to get you ready for your ball tonight. >> they whisk me away to this transformation room. >> i want to go on a date and dress up like a princess. >> i can't even look in there. it pains me. >> nobody in this house would appreciate this date more than me. it's like cinderella getting tended to before the ball. >> the best part of the earrings you get to keep them. >> i can't describe how frustrated i am. >> i feel the sort of jealousy that i have not felt before. >> i'm going to freak out. >> evil step-sisters in there. c'mon. >> yes, indeed. you can find a deleted scene from tonight's episode on our website "good morning america".com on yahoo and tune into "bachelor" right here on
abc. i can't wait for the next story. >> are you excited? now to oncy julia roberts turned heads last night with her black jumpsuit. it's back. becoming all the rage. >> reporter: from red carpet ready rompers to one-pieces. jumpsuits are all the rage. what if you wanted to give up the high fashion in favor of a more casual couture look without sacrificing style? the oncy. celebrities like rhianna are fans and katy perry are too. >> when you think of a oncy i think of a couch, a pint of ice cream. we're seeing celebrities putting on heels and jewelry looking elegant. >> this is taking the jumpsuit to the more comfortable level. >> anyone can get in on the look from $25 at forever 21 to this
$200 number. every price point is represented and no print is seemingly off limits. >> these are another great way to show people who you are and what you're into. >> express yourself. >> exactly. >> how practical are they for every day wear? i suited up and hit the streets of new york city to find out. turning some heads along the way. >> would you wear this? >> yeah. >> use three words to describe me right now. >> loud cute and pink. >> what did you think when you saw me? >> even though it's camouflage not liking it. >> do you like it? is there a right way to wear it? >> you have the zippers going on and the tags. i wouldn't add anything. >> you're okay with it? >> yes, sure. >> as long as you don't have to wear it? >> exactly. >> who better to give me some advice on how to rock one. >> hi sweet baby. >> something tells me they have a little experience in the onesy department. >> hands in the air like you
just don't care. who is in the onesy. >> i brought some other onesies here and we're jamming. we ran into ryan smith's little twins, the little onesies and they were wearing them better than i was and probably more anyone -- age appropriately. >> a very good morning to everybody out here. it looks pretty now. like a snow globe. where are you from? >> new jersey. >> your name. >> christian. >> you want more snow? >> no. >> he may be not alone in that but unfortunately it's portland, maine, you have to get above 22 inches to get above your top five. i think you can do that.
it's not just us seeing the snow, some of the mountains east of l.a. will pick up snow above 7500 feet. phoenix 68 today. that's the big picture let's check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, getter staying warm on -- ginger, staying warm on time square. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows rain to the south and light to moderate snow 1 to 3 inches. heavier snow tonight into tuesday morning. # tracking the storm all day. >> we're switching gears to a story that's very serious and we want you to be aware if you have children around. our diane sawyer teamed up with nicholas kristoff for a look inside the world of sex trafficking in america.
it's part of kristoff's upcoming documentary series "a path appears". >> by night and day across the country young american girls controlled by pimps are sent out to make money with sex. >> they congregate over here and they wait. >> at new york's port authority two plain-clothes officers tried to get to the vulnerable young kids before the pimps do. >> you're in a race against the pimps? >> absolutely. they see -- your left-hand side. walking to the greyhound. >> right. >> one of the pimps, recruiters. they watch. >> last year they recovered 69 kids. a huge number are foster kids longing for family and a huge number have been sexually abused. >> so she was taken to new hampshire. >> this journalist who documentary appears in his broadcast tonight on pbs. >> it's seen as a public nuisance issue rather than a
human rights problem. the person the police and prosecutors go after is the victim rather than the perpetrator, the pimp or the customer. >> that's her. we have to make sure -- >> it's [ bleep ]. >> okay. that's her. >> kristoff just helped this woman find her daughter who ran away from home when she was 15. >> now we have her. now we have her. >> i want to see her. >> savanna was looking at websites when she was lured away. >> i don't know how i came across like this website for like you know like sugar guys and guys would pay for your stuff and you would have sex with them. i didn't know i would have to have sex with them. i thought they would buy me stuff just because i was pretty. i don't know. i still did not understand what was happening like completely even when i went to the hotel room until it happened. >> savanna's mom went through the same thing a generation earlier. if we don't intervene, then
savanna's daughter is going to be going through the same thing. >> what gives you the most hope? >> i'm optimistic. i think law enforcement is beginning to change its attitude and i think the public is beginning to understand that the victims in this case are these girls on the street. >> for "good morning america" diane sawyer abc news new york. >> the documentary appears tonight on pbs. and it's always good to see our diane. >> sure good to see her back. >> this is
lzt& 0eh d . we're back with our friend mario batali hard at work and he's got a new video series called feed that kitchen. i love the idea of this. you get together with a musician each week and you have a talk about creativity and you cook a bit. we're showing you josh groban right up there. what was his favorite? >> a dish i made for him.
he's a simple and cool guy. we share a similar love for wine. it all came out really fun. each of the shows has a different musician and i make lunch and we sit around and have a chat and they make me a song. there's josh groban and patty smith. >> this is patty farrell's. >> he doesn't eat meet so he wanted wanted veal. we took pork loin instead and pounded it with a piece of pro shoe toe in the middle so it has the porky flavor. whisk the eggs for me. we're going to do a classic breading. so i'm going to go first in flour and your done egg. and i have a little bit of sage which i'm almost burn. >> i'm smelling it after i put it off over there. >> i'm going to toss it and then we're going to cook it.
saute it just like that. my coproducer and i -- >> two minutes aside. >> right. flip and then it comes up like this. you take it off like so. nice and crisp. dump a bit of the oil out. deglaze the pan with a little marsala. and extra virgin olive oil and salt and you have a simple pan sauce that doesn't take any trick at all. go like that. >> oh great. >> go like that and go like that and go like that. >> thank you. >> i worked with this crazy director and my production partner and we came up with this idea very simple. we shot it in a warehouse and it turned out to be so much fun. we had a blast. it's on dailymotion.com. you can watch them as a binge if you feel like it. >> you also got something for the edge? >> absolutely. that's a linguini and salad over
the top and beautiful pork cutlets with this magnificent grilled or pan-roasted rodiccio which taste so good. >> beautiful. >> a little bit of salt and you're gold. >> these guys did they do a song? they don't write a brand new song? >> no. they play whatever they felt. i didn't give them tips. and they show up and edge plays two sojsngs and patty smith played something i heard before. >> it's based on rodiccio? >> well i make the dish and they play whatever song they want. they didn't necessarily rehearse it but they're professional and good at what they do. >> that is really good. >> the con influence the way music and food is made and there's a parallel to it. that's what the whole show is about. we get to discuss it with them
he is a man of many talents. grammy winning singer, song writer ne-yo is here. he has a album out tomorrow called "nonfiction." he's going to be performing "she knows." we know you did a quick change. we were worried weren't we? no we weren't. >> no. this is what we do. wait. >> go ahead. you want to get it on. there you go.
"nonfiction" is the name of it. we know you have collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry. for this you went to your fans on social media? >> yeah yeah yeah. i wanted to tell my story and also wanted them to tell their stories. i know the reason i'm still here ten years later is because of the people. >> yeah. >> appreciate y'all. i wanted to make them part of the process this time around. >> these are real stories. >> yeah. i'll be telling the truth. >> this music -- it just hits on so many different genres. it's r and b and -- >> it's quality music. i want to get to the place where people don't consider genre. it might be dance or r and b and poker. >> you heard it hear first at
"good morning america." and i loved you in red tails. my father was an airman and you're so multi-facetted and talented. and you have a special guest jessie j. >> yes, i do. jessie j is here. shout out to the producer of the record. this is our first time working together and definitely not our last. yeah. >> you want to put that little mike on. i'll hold this for you. you got that. all set? all right. >> you other not supposed to see this. >> no. you got it all set. here we go. here's ne-yo and special guest juicy j. are kidding me. performing the new song "she knows q knows, she knows." ♪ you know the moment she turns
around ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ she knows how to back it up and drop it down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ she knows she wants all the fellows looking ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ because they know it's a rap ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ because she loves the attention ♪ ♪ she gets when she moves ♪ ♪ show her now where the girls hypno ties ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ hey, hey, she knows ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ i know hey ♪ ♪ ooh she knows ♪ ♪ let's go ♪ ♪ she back ♪
♪ oh hey ♪ ♪ so bad, i just couldn't let her pass me no ♪ ♪ no no ♪ ♪ i told her you're so right but you're so wrong, so wrong, so wrong ♪ ♪ she said daddy, i'll be back after this song ♪ ♪ and you take me home ♪ ♪ i know she loves the attention ♪ ♪ she gets when she moves ♪ ♪ showing now with the home girls ♪ ♪ she got me watching too ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ turn it up now ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ and she knows ♪ ♪ no one knows she knows ♪ ♪ and no one knows she knows ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, show your love for juicy j.
♪ you got my attention baby ♪ ♪ do what you do ♪ ♪ now you're going to have to make a move ♪ ♪ all this ice, no wonder i play it cool ♪ ♪ i ain't teams but i got my eyes on you ♪ ♪ when she walks she licks her lips ♪ ♪ when she talks ♪ ♪ get some little legs she can walk on the ceiling ♪ ♪ she loves the attention she gets when she moves ♪ ♪ show her now with her home girls she got me watching too ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ oh she knows ♪ ♪ hey, and she knows ♪ ♪ no one knows she knows ♪ ♪ that i know she knows ♪ [ applause ]
♪ >> the snow beginning to fall. thank you, ne-yo and juicy j. you're ready to go. >> we are ready and can't wait for more proposals. now is the time "gma" will help you. go to "good morning america".com for more information. >> she knows. she knows. >> breaking news from gloucester county new jersey 25 students are heading to crowser
chester medical center after an accident, the injuries are not serious. let's head over to karen rogers for traffic. >> reporter: the roads are getting slick in spots this is delaware county. the blue route in villanova. the snow is falling visibility issues and now you've got an accident northbound on the schuylkill expressway on the blue route approaching villanova. a few accidents in norristown, green street and butler pike and ridge pike. we have a vehicle into a pole bensalem bucks county. state road. an accident involving an overturned vehicle another sign that things are getting slick. smithville road 5:37 here in burlington county. >> let's get the latest in accuweather and go over to david murphy. >> reporter: light snow on the terrace. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we continue to see bands of light to moderate snow
off the ocean. it's changing to rain south. 28 degrees in philadelphia. 19 in allentown. we're expecting one to three inches of light to moderate snow up until dinnertime with a high of 32. after 6:00 p.m. the snow gets heavier and overnight into tuesday morning heavy bands of snow, a snowstorm for the first part of tuesday and drying in the afternoon. tam. >> thank you david. coming on the expanded "action news" at noon, light snow this morning, but the heavier snow is coming later today. we'll have live team coverage ahead on "action news" at noon. we'll send you now to "live" with kelly and michael.
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