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with wave after wave of flurries of snow generated by this low over the great lakes, driving that colbert south into the mountains. the higher elevation of but cold all across the region from low to mid 20's in the mountains and low 30's in the upstate. you factor in the wind and we are seeing 10 to 15 mile per hour wind to make it feel like it is in the teens and 20's. he is like seven in boone, 17 and asheville, hendersonville feels like 12 in spartanburg feels like 22. dress warmly. check the bottom of the screen for those counties in north carolina that are closed today because of slippery roads. allyson: thank you. with that wintry blast blowing in, already seen snow. patrick: wyff news 4's aly myles joins us with more. aly: good morning. we are on the outskirts of waynesville. we drove up from greenville,
candlor. forgot the name for a second. we have been driving all morning long, showing you some of the snow. as dale was saying, we are expecting much more tonight for areas already seen winter weather. they have closed or delayed school and you can find those on the ticker. we have video that shows more would it look like overnight yesterday with accumulation on the ground and along the higher elevations of north carolina. this is king street in boone with up to four inches expected in this part of the mountains. you can see the american flag with been around in that winter wind. that area got about one inch of snow. once again, very cold this morning. about 27 in the mountains and chilly in the upstate. bundle up before heading to work or school. aly myles wyff news 4 live in waynesville. patrick: thank you.
hits, the wyff 4 mobile app lets you track the latest and get closing alerts. now to a school consolidation proposal in pickens county. allyson: the school district wants your input on closing three elementary schools at the end of this school year. the district's facilities committee approved the plan and sent it yesterday to the full board of trustees for consideration. the plan would close a.r. lewis, holly springs, and amble elementary school. that would send 600 students to dacusville elementary and middle schools, as well as hagood and pickens elementary schools. parents hearing the proposal weren't happy last night. >> you know, they've spent millions of dollars on the facilities and building the facilities and now we're going to close them. allyson: the school district says closing the schools would save almost $12 million over five years. they want to know what you think at their public input meetings. they are at 4:30 wednesday
and holly springs elementary schools. commitment 2016 now, the first ballots in new hampshire have been cast as a kick up the first in the nation primary. patrick: nikole killion joins us live from new hampshire. nikole: good morning. some votes have already been cast with many more to go as the primarcould determine the direction of the race. the first town cast their votes at the stroke of midnight with john kasich on the ohio governor, and bernie sanders taking t t honors. the final tracking poll from cnn and wmur have hillary clinton behind bernie sanders.
>> this is one of the most exciting races we have ever seenen the fact that we have so many candidates on both sides of the aisle has drummed up food or interest. -- voter interest. nikole: independents make up a significant portion of the electorate with a record voter turnout expected. in new hampshire, nikole killion. allyson: nikole killion, thank you. patrick: she looks cold over there. [laughter] we will get to -- we will talk about upcoming upstate visits. we have marco rubio who will return to the upstate soon as it it close to the south carolina primary. allyson: andrew luck the latest on www.wyff4.com and a mobile app -- and we will have the latest on www.wyff4.com and our
there is a rally scheduled at 7:00 at the t ed garrison arena for donald trump and it is free but you need to attend -- you need to reserve a ticket online. trump will also hold a rally next monday at the t.d. convention center in greenville. marco rubio will also return to the palmetto state wednesday. he's holding a rally in spartanburg, then heading to columbia. he'll end the day in charleston. patrick: rubio will be in the palmetto state until saturday. that's the day of the latest gop debate, taking place right here in greenville at the peace center downtown. the debate starts at 9:00 p.m. this will be the final debate before the gop south carolina imary february 20. to local politics now, north carolina state attorneys are trying to delay redrawing congressional districts. this video shows raleigh yesterday, where the attorneys filed the emergency petition to a federal court for an emergency stay. the federal court struck down two majority black congressional districts in the state friday. they said race was the predominant factor in drawing
lacked the justification. the judges ordered the general assembly to come up with new boundaries within two weeks. but the attorneys are asking for a delay because the state's primaries are just five weeks away. state lawyers say hundreds of absentee ballots have already been returned. allyson: turning to weather, when i walked out this morning, the wind was so cold and strong. dale: it will be like that all day and colder nights are coming this week. get out the warm coat and keep it handy for the next few days. as a look at them our woodruff road skycam, no precipitation in the upstate and then expected for today. this winter weather event is primarily in the mountains of north carolina, along the tennessee-north carolina border. overnight, wave after wave of flurries of snow hitting the mountains of north carolina and
swain, all the way up to haywood, madison, yancey and mitchell under a winter storm morning. there has been enough snow to caused schools to close in many counties highlighted in pink. other counties are being watched closely to see what happens today and tomorrow. we put our future plus forecast in motion. more flurries expected along the tennessee-north carolina border through the afternoon, tonight and half of tomorrow. by wednesday afternoon, it tapers off at 3:00, 4:00. whatever falls will linger for several days because of bitter cold temperatures. 20's in the mountains, low-to-mid 30's across the upstate and piedmont. it feels colder with that 10 to 15 mile-per-hour wind. greenville feels like 24, hendersonville feels like 12, so if you will be working or playing outdoors today, dress warmly. 40 may be the best the upstate
will struggle to get up to 30. a few flurries in the asheville-hendersonville area, but it is higher elevations that we see snow. we will talk more about the weekend in a few minutes. allyson: thank you. taking a look at the roads, here is the major traffic issue. north augusta, i-20 westbound is closed from south carolina to the georgia state line. not leading you through with an overturned tractor-trailer causing issues. it is not expected to be clear until later this afternoon. in greer, construction going on around railroad crossing. it is close john grier city hall and pennsylvania avenue was closed that jones avenue. possible icy spots in anderson county. a few other roads closed from the icy weather.
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live, local, breaking news with geoff hart, allyson powell, and weather with meteorologist dale gilbert. this is wyff news 4 today in high definition. patrick: this morning, officials say two high school students from turkey county died in the crash last weekend. sky4 video shows the scene in york county. 17-year-old dominic -- dominick galosi and 18-year-old shemar byers died. troopers say the gaffney high school students were passengers in an suv that left the road, and hit a fence, and a tree. the driver and another passenger ended up in the hospital. allyson: an update now to a fire in greenville county that displaced several people this weekend. investigators say the fire satuday morning at huntington down apartments started outside, then spread indoors. the fire marshal tells us the fire started on a patio before it spread to the roof and attic. the apartment manager says 14 people were forced to move out. greenville police are asking for your help finding three men connected to an armed robbery this weekend.
saturday at little caesars on augusta street. you are looking at surveillance video from the incident. they say the men ran off with money and an employee's cell phone. call 23-crime if you have any information. the deputy charged with misconduct in office. david hayes is accused of taking bribes about possible gambling raids. they were both fired in july 2014. after an fbi investigation, smith pleaded guilty and put on probation and banned from law enforcement. patrick: back home, the panthers have made it back to charlotte, but what happens to the championship gear?
sweat suia look at out maps... a look from woodruff road... >> now, your live super doppler 4 hd forecast. dale: good morning. 6:17 as we look toward the city of greenville. 32 degrees, 10 plus mile-per-hourind. overnight, we have been watching one after another flurries of snow hit the mountains of
winter storm warning is coming to for the mountains and along the tennessee-north carolina border with counties from graham county, up to yancey, avery and mitchell getting anywhere from two inches to five inches of snow that could pile up before it is done by wednesday afternoon. aching for a slippery driving with a lot of counties in north carolina deciding to close because of that. here is our future plus showing more to come this afternoon, tonight and to about half of tomorrow before it tapers off. cold there linger for
the next several days. even colder nights on the way. whatever falls will hang go-round, especially in secondary roads. brunette 20, franklin at 25, greenville-spartanburg at 32 -- boone at 20, franklin at 25, greenville happen spartanburg at 32, salem and 32, the cold
when you factor in 10 to 15 mile-per-hour wind that makes it feel like single digits in boone , 12 in hendersonville, 22 in spartanburg. a warm coat is needed. the system not in a hurry to break up. it will continue to pump colder down south and we have teens and 20's to look forward to, or not, tomorrow morning and the next couple of mornings. look at our four-day plus. in the mountains, 17 or 23 in the upstate with highs of 24 to 38. thursday,
13 in the mountains, 18 in the upstate early and 29 to 41 for highs. friday, 10 in the mountains, climbing to upper 20's and mid 30's. cold air all the way through the weekend and into the start of next week.
the roads right now, i-85 in spartanburg around highway 29, construction has cleared. the big incident with an overturned tractor-trailer in north augusta right on the georgia-south carolina line. i-20 westbound all lanes close. best that is to take our 25 into augusta on highway 28 which brings you back up to i-20. you cannot get into georgia from south carolina on i-20 because all lanes are closed and not expected to be cleared until the afternoon. in greer, construction going on. close to run city hall, pennsylvania avenue close drawn jones avenue. in haywood county, possible icy spots. nc dot warning about that and working to treat the area. no reported accidents so far. 85 looking at the speed limit drive. about seven minutes from 221 to 26. let's take a look outside at
that should be the traffic. patrick: thank you. the carolina panthers are back home in charlotte this morning. this sky 4 video shows the team arriving at bank of america stadium last night. hundreds of fans welcomed them home both at the airport and the , stadium. some waited for hours talking about their optimism for the team's future. so what happens now to all that panthers championship gear we showed you last week? local retailers can't sell it. but academy sports hasn't responded with their plan yet. academy told us previously when clemson lost in the national championship, that the gear would be shipped back to distributors. the nfl partnered with an organization last year that sends merchandise that can't be sold to communities in need overseas. turning again now to commitment 2016. "matter of fact" host fernando espuelas joins us live this morning from washington to weigh in on all of the campaign excitement.
first, let's talk about expectations in the new hampshire primary. what candidates have the momentum today? fernando: yes, i am. thank you. someone is speaking to me right now. the question about momentum? patrick: we will have fernando in a moment. he is up in washington getting ready to go live from washington. the new hampshire primary will start and we went to talk to fernando about who has the momentum coming into tonight.
patrick: coming in tonight, the republican debate just recent with a lot happening. who has the momentum in tonight's primary? fernando: i think the polling shows that mr. trump should win, however, the polling is not voting so we will see what happens. it would the a big surprise of donald trump does not win the republican side and bernie sanders on the democratic side. allyson: next, the primaries come to south carolina. tell us about the candidates ground games and how that will look moving forward. fernando: if there is one lesson from iowa, you cannot just be the candidate with the big media or advertising campaign. you need organizers on the ground to bring out voters. i think that is something that has been ramped up by all the major campaigns. even in nevada, so that will be
right here on wyff 4. allyson: dale joining us again. it is cold. dale: kids are excited. they are going back to bed because of closings. you will see that information at the bottom of the screen. the couple pictures officially with dale's school salute. brescia creek sent this two. the first, they participate where students read stories to customers who came to the event. the second is what teachers and students in kindergarten dressed up as fairytale characters. it was the culmination activity event for their fairytale unit. they are having fun at brushy creek. patrick: thank you. it's time now for your wyff news 4 timeline on this february 9. on this date in 1964, much of
watching the "ed sullivan show" on t.v. allyson: an estimated 73 million people watched the beatles perform five songs. the first job of a president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader. he'll keep our country safe.
their input on an upstate school consolidation plan. a have their chance coming up. new hampshire and we have the nation primary. a live look from our anderson skycam on clemson boulevard. clear there but winter weather school closings. what can we expect today? dale: it will get colder and colder as the week goes on. it was chilly this morning but tomorrow, teens and 20's. 32 in greenville as we from our peace center skycam. let's show you overnight, one after another, flurries hitting the north carolina-tennessee border
and piling up in higher counties. counties in pink from graham county through yancey, a chill and avery are under winter storm warnings. then he decided to close and the information is at the bottom of
-- many decided to close and that information is at the bottom of the screen. it gets colder tomorrow morning and we will show you what the 40 plus forecast in
a few minutes. -- four day plus forecast in a minute patrick:. a lot of areas are covered in snow and wyff news 4's aly myles joins us live from waynesville with more this morning. good morning. aly: we're seeing teeny tiny flurries in waynesville, north carolina. we have given up from greenville tilling school today. it is hard to show you, but like dale was saying, right now, there is going to be so much more snow tonight that they have started school closings. we have those on the ticker we also have video showing more but it looked like yesterday and overnight. you can see accumulation where it was cold and snowy.
expected in this part of the mountains. rock overnight in wautauga and caldwell counties. you can see the american flag wind. that area already got about an inch of snow. on the road this morning, there happens like patches, -- slick patches, snowy bits, but that is not expected to be the case. make sure to bundle up. aly myles wyff news 4 live in patrick: thank you. don't forget, when bad weather hits, the wyff 4 mobile app lets you track the storm and get the latest on school closings and alerts. you can also send us your weather photos and video right to ulocal from the app. now, to a school consolidation proposal in pickens county. allyson: the school district wants your input on closing three elementary schools at the end of this school year. the district's facilities committee approved the plan and sent it yesterday to the full board of trustees for consideration. the plan would close a.r. lewis, holly springs, and amble
that would send 600 students to dacusville elementary and middle schools as well as hagood and pickens elementary schools. parents hearing the proposal weren't happy last night. >> it seems like a rush job, -- >> they spent millions of dollars holding the facilities and now we are going to close them. allyson: the school district says closing the schools would save almost $12 million over five years. they want to know what you think at their public input meetings. they are at 4:30 wednesday afternoon at ambler, a.r. lewis and holly springs elementary schools. the very first ballots in new hampshire have been cast as we kick off the first-in-the-nation primary. patrick: nikole killion joins us from manchester, new hampshire, as the candidates make their finals pleas to undecided voters. nikole: only a few ballots have been cast so far with many to go. the primary could determine the direction of
voted at the stroke of midnight with john kasich and bernie sanders taking the honors. the final tracking poll from our sister station and cnn have sanders 61% to he'll are clinton's 35%. donald trump sits atop the gop field, leaving the battle for second place that many remain undecided and those could be a key factor, and so are independents who make up a significant percentage with record voter turnout expected today. nikole killion wyff news 4. allyson: thank you. after new hampshire is the first
in the south primary, and that means campaign visits to our area. donald trump will visit the he has a rally scheduled at 7:00, wednesday night at the ted garrison arena in pendleton. -- at the t. ed garrison arena in pendleton. it's free to attend but you need to reserve a ticket online. trump will also hold a rally next monday at the t.d. convention center in greenville. senator marco rubio will also wednesday. he's holding a rally in spartanburg, then heading to columbia.
patrick: senator rubio will be in the palmetto state until saturday. that's the day of the latest gop debate, taking place right here in greenville at the peace center downtown. the debate starts at 9:00 p.m. this will be the final debate before the gop south carolina primary february 20. to local politics now, north carolina state attorneys are trying to delay redrawing congressional districts. this video shows raleigh yesterday, where the attorneys , filed the emergency petition to a federal court for an emergency stay. the federal court struck down two majority black congressional districts in the state friday. judges said race was the predominant factor in drawing the line, state legislators lacked the justification. the judges ordered the general assembly to come up with new boundaries within two weeks. but the attorneys are asking for a delay because the state's primaries are just five weeks away.
dale: good morning. 6:39. traffic picking up on woodruff road as a take a look at woodruff road and 385. overnight, wave after wave of flurries of snow hitting the mountains of north carolina. it is the counties along the north carolina-tennessee border from graham county, up to yancey, avery under winter storm mornings. a lot have decided to close because of secondary roads that are slippery with more snow. more expected this afternoon, tonight and through about half of tomorrow before it finally comes to an end. whatever falls, it will stick because cold air is coming down from canada through an arctic blast and will linger and get colder each morning. 20's and low 30's this morning, but tomorrow morning, it will be in the teens and 20's.
today makes it feel like teens and 20's. a quick look ahead, tomorrow morning, 17 in the mountains, 23 in the upstate, and cold temperatures on thursday morning. 13 in the mountains, 18 in the upstate. chillier the normal temperatures and a chance for precipitation on friday. drive this weekend but very cold sunday morning. -- dry this weekend but cold sunday morning. the roads. i-85 behind me around mile marker 98 at milliken road with the reported accident in the northbound lanes but traffic moving smoothly. overturned tractor-trailer big news. i happen 20 westbound toward the georgia line from south carolina, you cannot enter georgia. there is an overturned tractor-trailer blocking the road and not expected to be
having 25 into august -- highway 25 will take you around that. if you are traveling in haywood and yancey counties, possible icy spots. keep that in mind. 85 looking at a smooth speed limit drive. i-385 to highway 153 is about 11 minutes. let's see how 385 looks around haywood road. that should be the traffic. ricardo: good morning. i am ricardo lecompte. it was the biggest season in women's basketball last night. number one versus number two, south carolina and uconn. the first ever sell out crowd at colonial life arena, first ever sell up for the gamecock women. carolina down nine after one. aja wilson keeping usc in it. the jumper from the elbow, the sophomore scored 13 in this one. but later in the second quarter, they lost wilson as she collapsed to the floor with the lower leg injury. the same issue wilson had earlier in the year that caused her to miss two games.
third quarter. we moved to the fourth quarter. uconn led by as many as 20. breanna stewart two-time defending national player of the year, ninth double-double of the season, 25 points, 10 rebounds, also had five blocks. and just like in last year's matchup in storrs, uconn hands south carolina its first loss of the year. 66 to 54 and snapping the gamecocks 45-game home win streak. last night the clemson men , hosted notre dame at the well . notre dame lighting it up from three point land in the first half. five three-pointers in the half to build a 35 to 29 halftime lead. tigers fighting back. second half, jordan roper dropping the dime to jaron blossomgame for the jam. the redshirt junior finishing with career high 33 points. tigers closed within two, but notre dame never gave up the lead. zack auguste slips the screen and slams it home. 17 points to lead the irish. all five notre dame starters score in double figures. clemson suffers its first acc
for human rights and women's rights. hillary clinton. she'll raise the minimum wage. take on the drug companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs. and give everyone the opportunity to go to college without going into debt. she'll get the job done... for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. allyson: in our news to go, a live look from
our dear t cameras with traffic in a minute. first, let's talk weather. patrick: school closings are in the ticker below.
winter weather later this afternoon. dale: it will continue this afternoon and evening tappet tomorrow for the mountains of north carolina. we have that accumulating effect with the next wave coming in.
it temperatures across the upstate are cold this morning, even though it is dry. the winter weather event is just for the counties along the tennessee-north carolina border. again, that winter storm warning continues into tomorrow because of potential slippery roads from snow, ice and whatever is left will be there the couple of days with cold nights expected. it will be in the teens, low 20's tomorrow morning. here is our future plus forecast with flurries of snow continuing before comes to an end. allyson: thank you. if you are planning on traveling
augusta, it will ring closed for a while. there was an overturned tractor-trailer and it is not expected to clear until the afternoon. also one in spartanburg county on highway 101 near i-85. it may take you a little extra time this morning. haywood county and yancey county with icy spots. nc dot warning about that and working to clear it. i-85 looking good. let's take a look outside and see how 385 looks around woodruff road. parts ofofhe mountains are already seeing some snow. patrick: wyff news 4's aly myles has been on the move and she is my from candler in bumcombe county. aly: as you heard dale say, this is really going to start later tonight getting worse. we have seen light flurries in and out from greenville to waynesville.
couple of minutes this morning but it has slowed down. there are already closings and delays and that is at the ticker below. we have video that shows what it looked like up here yesterday. you can see some accumulation on the ground, and all along the higher elevations of north carolina, it was cold, and snowy. this is king street in boone. up to four inches of snow expected in this part of the mountains. be careful this morning. we have not seen much accumulation but it doesn't mean there are not slick spots. it has cleared around here because it is windy. 25 degrees, so make sure you bundle up. aly myles live in waynesville. allyson: thank you. now to a school consolidation proposal. patrick: the school district wants your input on closing three elementary schools at the end of the year. the plan would close a.r. lewis,
elementary schools. public input medians at 4:30 at ambler, a.r. lewis and holly springs elementary schools. allyson: the first ballots have been cast as we kick off the first of the nation primary. patrick: nikole killion joins us as candidates make their final please to undecided voters. nikole: that is right. the polls are already open and some votes have been cast with many more to come in a primary that could determine the direction of the race. the first in the nation primary did cast their ballots right at the strip of midnight with bernie sanders on jon kyl said -- and john kasich coming out. a new poll shows sanders with an advantage over hillary clinton, 61% to 35% and donald trump sits at top with 31% in the republican field.
it will be key with independence can make up a significant portion of the electorate with record voter turnout expected today, in spite of the snow. live in manchester, nikole killion wyff news 4. allyson: thank you. patrick: we will have the latest iraq the day on wyff news 4 and also on www.wyff4.com and our mobile app. after new hampshire, there is the first in the south primary and that means campaign visits to our area. donald trump will visit the upstate this week with the rally garrison arena in pendleton . it's free to attend but you need to reserve a ticket online. and trump will also hold a rally next monday at the t.d. convention center in greenville. marco rubio will also be in the palmetto state tomorrow. he's holding a rally in spartanburg, then heading to columbia before ending the day
on thursday, marco rubio will be school in simpsonville on friday. appearance. allyson: rubio will be in the palmetto state until saturday. the day of the latest gop debate taking place at the peace , center in downtown greenville. you don't see a live look right now but we do have a live look the debate starts at 9:00 p.m. this will be the final showdown before the republican south carolina primary election on february 20. patrick: local politics, this video shows raleigh yesterday worth they filed an emergency petition to a federal court for an emergency stay. the federal court struck down two majority black congressional districts in the state friday. they said race was the predominant factor in drawing the lines but state legislators lacked the justification. the judges ordered the general
boundaries within two weeks. but the attorneys are asking for a delay because the state's primaries are just five weeks away. state lawyers say hundreds of march 15. absentee ballots have already been returned. allyson: officials say two high school students from cherokee county died in the crash last weekend. they show the scene friday on south carolina where 17-year-old dominick galosi and 18-year-old shemar byers died. troopers say the gaffney high school students were passengers in an suv that left the road, and hit a fence, and a tree. the driver and another passenger ended up in the hospital. patrick: an update now to a fire in
greenville county that displaced several people this weekend. investigators say the fire satuday morning at huntington down apartments started outside, then spread indoors. the fire marshal tells us the fire started on a patio before it spread to the roof and attic. the apartment manager says 14
allyson: set to appear in court today, a fired greenville deputy charge of misconduct in office. david hayes is accused of taking bribes
for tips about possible gambling rates. hayes and shaye smith were fired in 2014 after an fbi investigation. smith pleaded guilty and put on probation and banned from law enforcement. patrick: folks are up and add t 'em this morning. roads are seeing action. allyson: a major accident in north augusta on i-20 westbound with all lanes closed. also, an accident in boiling springs on highway 9 and rainbow lake road, blocking the road. also on how he won a one in spartanburg -- also one in highway 101 in spartanburg. the careful.
patrick: dale, one last look at the weather. dale: starting to see light from various skycam's. it will be a cold morning, especially when the breeze blows. or flurries of snow across the mountains of north carolina, so on again and off again flurries continuing, especially in higher elevations, so be careful. 20's in the mountains, low 30's in the upstate andighs will reach 30's in the mountains, 40 in the upstate and feeling colder with the breeze. deals like 12 in hendersonville and 24 in greenville. -- feels like 12 in hendersonville and 24 in greenville. tomorrow will be colder with teens and low 20's. highs on wednesday from 24 to 38. patrick: thank you. turning to commitment 2016. "matter of fact" host fernando
in. allyson: fernando, good morning. first, let's talk about hampshire primary. what candidates have the momentum today? fernando: if you look at the polling, you see for the republicans, mr. trump is way ahead and for democrats, bernie sanders with a wide lead. the question is what happens when people start to vote? we know in new hampshire, democrats, republicans an independents make up their minds of the last moment, so there will be surprises but we don't know what they are, by definition. having said that, i think on the republican side, we should be seeing some movement for john kasich, who has had some success over the last few weeks in terms of endorsements and a huge commitment to the state. i think the question on the democratic side will be, can hillary clinton get close enough
bernie sanders' win and say, i have momentum and bernie sanders is a neighbor, therefore, the preferred home candidate, so to speak. again, people will make up their minds, many of them, during the day. patrick: thank you. he is live in washington. you can see "matter of fact" every sunday night following wyff news 4 at 11:00 right here on wyff 4. allyson: coming up on "today," more on the first in the nation primary from new hampshire as they make their final appeal to voters. that is moments away on "today." as you head out the door, make sure to grab your coat because it is cold. dale: 20's this morning, low 30's in the upstate, and feels colder with wind.