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>> reporter: from frigid to piercing cold. siberian air wisconsin. 5 degrees in milwaukee. make for a bitter cold night along the lakefront. >> reporter: this is even cold for wisconsin. >> reporter: this little spell is over we'll see more snow rolling in. you are right. this is cold for this time of year. the average 33 and a low of 21
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5 is you are lownd that's the current temperature. temperatures right now 5 in milwaukee, 4 in racine. watertown down to 1 degree below zero. it's zero in beaver dam. we are 7 below zero in milwaukee. but there is a second part to the forecast. this storm pushing across northern california will bring us snow for the weekend. weekend. wind chills make it below zero. bundle up the kids for school.
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it's cold unl they see. >> reporter freezing in it. carole: katie is live in the studio. >> reporter: bottom line, it's not safe to be outdoors tonight. i was out there earlier check on how the cold is impacting people, pets and businesses. this biting cold is a welcomes boost for businesses. but for a lot of us, it takes some getting used to and is always made easier by friends. the freezing temps kept a lot of people away from opening night for sleds on ice. we found a couple of brave teenagers with the rink to
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>> reporter: mad october animal patrol officer smith patrols for pets in danger. he responded to an increased number of calls about strays in the cold. >> i'll come back in 30 minute to see if the dog is still out there. art * and owners keeping their animals outside. milwaukee's rescue mission and other shelters are trying to reach everyone. mpd's homeless outreap team is out in full force. >> we pro ride them with homeless kits to help people who are outside and they will bring people the to us as well. >> reporter: milwaukee county executive chris ablyes they are
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if you have a church' that could become a warning center, you are urged to get in up with the county. carole: do not walk on pond and lakes, it's still not safe. the fire department used the cold to train today. they suited up to practice techniques and ice rescues. idle or not to idle. the idea of leaving your car running to warm up the engine re early days of combustion engines. a brief idling time of 30 seconds is all that is truly needed. >> no weather alerts because of the wind chill, but that could change as the temperatures bottom out. you can get alerts sent to your phone. it's free to download.
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charged with attempting to shoot up a school. carole: one message i sent said he thought it would be funny if a school shooting happened in sheboygan. >> reporter: this all unfolded very quickly according to police. they were tipped off about the threat and got a search warrant to raid his home. >> it's scary. yes. >> reporter: according to court record, the threats came on bagemahl's facebookanel. he said i might be buying an ar-15 with a laser red gothr dot on it. the next day he posted someone needs to do a school shooting around here.
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he put up these pictures saying he had a semi auto rifle. police searched his home and they said they found the weapon and ammo along with handwritten notes for home made weapons and a plan for a hostile takeover. >> he had this weapon in his possession. any type of threat that is even close to that will be investigated. >>e watch isis videos of beheading and he watches videos of the columbine shooting and he watches these vi videos to relie stress. his mother says he is bipolar which leaves people wondering how he got a rifle.
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carole report entertainment world is mourning the death of alan thick. he was portedly playing hockey with his teenaged son when he suffered a heart attack. he was 69 years old. he was widely known for his role on sitcom "growing pains." george: seen sunday. if you have seen him or know where he is, call the sheriff's department. done there are stopped in wisconsin as part of his thank you tour. prominent republicans from the state took the stage as well. trump praised them for helping him win wisconsin, but the reaction was mixed from the audience. >> no, i have come to appreciate
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he's like a fine wine. he day goes by, i get to appreciate his genius more and more. if he ever goes against me, i won't say that. governor scott walker. where's scott? oh, man. he was tough. he was great. he's a great governor. george: at the ends of the speech ryan presented trump with a prs number 45 for the 45th president. how did he do? >> reporter: people we talked to after the event said trump's speech was better than they expected. they left with a sense of pride for wisconsin and this country. they waited in the cold for hours to get a good spot inside the state fair expo center but
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>> i want to thank the people of wisconsin. you are incredible people. >> reporter: many in attendance say they came to witness history. >> he's great. he's one of us. he's an american. >> i thought he was totally awesome. so energetic. and really, saying i'm going to do this, and he's going to do it. >> reporter: after listening to trump talk directly to them, several wisconsin voters say they are hopeful. >> i did l so if he can bring work back, anything, it's important. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> i thought it was great to hear possible positivity. >> those we spoke to in this crowd of thousands say they are proud of their state. >> i will never forget you and i will never ever stop fighting for you.
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never. >> reporter: trump credits walker, ryan and pence for helping him win wisconsin. carole: several packers items will be available at the tmj auction for macc. the items include a packers re any today helmet signed by stars of super bowl xxxi. george: please join us for the sports auction friday live on tmj4. if you are signing up for the affordable care act the deadline is thursday.
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george: a dog is dead after being attacked by coyotes on sunday. this happened on circle drive
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october. police believe the same coyotes may be involves. they are working with dnr to determine what if any steps should be taken. a warning to do your homework before signing you have on the aforwardable marketplace network. >> reporter: there are a the right products. she retired and needed last-needed tins for 2015. she claims she called the marketplace. she talked to several representatives and said all of them offered different plansn. in the end she agreed to the one with the lowest price.
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insurance they threw at me was catastrophic insurance. >> that plan came with a high deductible and premium. she was paying more than $300 a month. for this year's coverage she met face to face with an agent to help her maneuver the market place. she is now paying $62 a month and her out of pocket costs are less. this wns people like aadela. they handle scheduling an appointment for consumers to meet in person with a certified healthcare navigator. >> the benefit of the information we keep, we are making sure the information is accurate. >> reporter: much of that information coming from two organizations. >> we are able to help from
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getting coverage, and appropriate coverage for their family. >> care line gomez is a manager for many programs. >> the plans that aren't considered what you need for the affordable care act. >> plans people purchase outside the marketplace and might not meet the minimum standard of the affordable care act. >> you may be insured with limited or partial c but because it's not seen as full coverage, you may still have to pay the penalty when tax time the comes. report * made less complicated by someone who can help consumers like adella. carole: they suggested she get
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december 15 which is this thursday of is the last day for enroll for coverage that starts january 1. another date is january 31, the last day for special enrollment or to make changes to your plan. if you need to find a qualified healthcare navigator go to carole: there is know problem if you have fur like these guys. we found these today. we have more on the old man winter's strong statement that he's making. >> is that a siberian husky? a three-prong attack coming in. chilly air is slowly moving in. dangerous wind chills are next. after that, snow returns late
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siberia is where this air is coming from and the jet streams are aligned so it's bringing count western part of the united states, and right on into the midwest. and that's where our areas are originating in some of the coldest air in the northern hemisphere comes from that region. 9 ryan lander. 5 -- 9, rhinelander. 1 in sheboygan and wind chills well below zero. look at sheboygan at 15 below zero. 10 below is the wind chill in racine. 7 below here in milwaukee. our computer model showing by the morning hours, it will be 17 below zero.
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withs approaching 20 below zero. later that evening they reach criteria, wind chills 25 below zero. nothing to talk about on the satellite. it's clear out there. but out to the west, here comes another low pressure system out of the pacific northwest, northern california generating rain and snow there. it into saturday. the high pressure system continued through tomorrow. clear skies, clear tomorrow night. then thursday, cold air but here comes the clouds and the snow will be pushing into southwest wisconsin thursday night. tonight 3 degrees. 3 below zero inland. clear skies. tomorrow mostly sunny, withs down to 18 below zero. very strong winds tomorrow.
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night. the clouds can help stop that cold temperature from dropping so the far. 4 below zero in milwaukee. a cold day thursday with cloud off and on, and sunny skies, degrees your high temperature. friday snow starts to develop under the clouds. 21 degrees. we'll see self inches once again from the snow which continues into saturday. 2 sunday. it's cold. only 10 degrees but we'll get back to 24 by tuesday of next week. in the morning hours, check it out. jonathan warren. great smile. he smiled even though it's 3
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>> reporter: the packers running-back having a great season before he got knocked out with an injury. >> reporter: we caught up with eddie lacy talking about what it's like since he got hurt. his future in green bay and being part of the campbell's chunky soup campaign. >> i used to watch when i was growing up thinking me and my mom could be in one.
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>> my fast it is the creamy chicken noodle. that's my fast it one. i always eat it before games, even going back to college. rod: but everyone with eddie want to know how he's doing. >> it's not where i want to be, but i'm work on getting myself back healthy and be able to play and staying in shape and things like that. >> rte recovery. >> egg i do is upper body. i come in the morning and work out with the team, and sit through meetings. but once they go out to practice, that's pretty much my day is over. so it's not cool. >> reporter: all still uncertain. >> reporter: the brewers make
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he played in 70 games last season with 8 home runs. he's 26 years old. four years younger than baldado. terrance ross has a breakaway. and he blows he gives them a blooper. when you blow a blooper like that, that's not a good look. the bucks on a three-game losing streak.
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john: we started at 3, wind chills 15 below.
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the wind chills will be 18 to 20 below >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody! we're so glad you're with us today for booze day tuesday. >> our favorite day. >> it's december 13th. >> that's "i don't want to live forever." why not? if i were taylor swift, i would want to. it's her birthday today. she's 27. can you imagine having accomplished so much? >> i'm surprised she's close to 30. i always picture her in her 20s. >> think how long she's been


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