tv Early Start CNN November 26, 2013 2:00am-3:01am PST
as one story goes, he had been practicing the salute since veteran's day, and got it right on this day. a day that will live forever in the american collective memory. that is it for anderson cooper 360. "early start" starts right now. the damage that is causing from the weather and chaos to come for those traveling on the holiday. could u.s. troops be pulled out of afghanistan by next year? tensions rising over tough negotiations with the country's president. we are live with the very latest on that. details relieved about what happened the day 20-year-old killed dozens inside a connecticut elementary school. but a mystery still remains. good morning to you. welcome to "early start." happy you're with us this morning. happy you're with us, christine romans. >> i'm in for john berman today.
tuesday, 5:00 on november 26th. we begin with a eye on the wintry weather and moving across the country after killing now at least 12 people. millions of americans now in the cross hairs and it's threatening to make get to your thanksgiving destination pretty difficult. >> accidents dotting the roads in arkansas and the same in fayetteville in the northwest part of that state. ice causing many cars to lose control. >> i get on the highway and next thing i know, i'm spinning. >> people don't realize when they cross those bridges they got ice on them and when they cross them, they lose it. >> a nasty commute in milwaukee. cars slamming into each other on the highway. the sheriff there reports more than 50 accidents monday morning alone. >> i was just coasting going about 3 miles an hour and i just about got in a car accident right here because you can't stop. there's a point where there is nothing you can do. it's just glare ice and you're a
passenger in your own car. >> snow also falling on colorado springs as part of this storm. several inches piled up through the weekend but there is, warmer weather behind it. >> another thing we are watching is the air travel. a major concern this morning. >> look at that. >> one of the busiest travel days of the year. if you're flying call your airline before heading to the airport. the storm likely will affect nation's biggest hubs and could mean delays and cancellations for many trying to get away for thanksgiving. >> it can affect tens of thousands of passengers who may not even tend to fly to and from the cities but are simply connecting between those cities to try to get to their destination. >> the timing could not be worse. indra petersons is tracking the storm for us. i
said i'm going to pack a lot of snacks and sit at the airport and wait and see if i can get out. >> i'll be there with you so at least you'll have company. lot to talk about today. we are starting to see snow in the northeast and down in the southeast, we are seeing the rain and wintry mix including
freezing rain right in through virginia. a tough situation. talk about the reminder what is going on. today is the day the two systems start to get close together and merge. let's talk about this. how much rain and how much snow are we going to see when it's all said and done into the southeast? looking at that heavy rain. over a foot of snow especially closer to lakes and kind of tapering off kentucky and tennessee. why are some people getting the rain and some the snow? back to the basics. here is the low. when you're on that front side you're moving all of that moisture coming out of the south and it's warm and you get the rain. the winds are the back side of the low the snow cold air coming out of canada. take it day by day. i know it's so important for so of you
with these travel plans. today we are seeing the winds and heavy rain into the southeast. as we go throughout the day, that snow is going to switch over to rain as the warm front makes its way closer into the northeast. we will start to see heavier snow on the back side of the low as well. overnight tonight in through tomorrow morning that is where
we are looking for the period the heaviest rain and snow and strongest winds. the toughest time here. as we get through wednesday, things quickly improve here as far as precipitation. so rain and snow starts to taper off. don't let it fool you. on the back side we are talking about those strong winds. so speaking of winds. still lingering even wednesday and thursday and that is going to cause those air traffic delays. this morning, as far as flying and winds to the southeast we are looking at that low right now. you see the winds as you move into tomorrow lasting through wednesday and thursday. notice those winds shift to the northeast so there's so much going on and so many factors between icing and freezing rain and the winds that can hold any of your travel plans both in the air and on the ground. >> know that is quite a job to track all of that so thank you. appreciate it. >> be careful out there. to an ultimatum from the white house to afghan president hamid karzai. national security adviser susan rice is in kabul and telling the afghan leader no more delays. it is time to sign the security
green lig agreement to. karzai is balking and adding more additions to the 11th hour. nick paton-walsh is following the details for us. is this deal falling apart, nick? >> it really risks that being the case. at a lengthy negotiating process and karzai wanted more delicate things proofed by council elders and they proofed much of it and added much extra conditions and he said he wanted to delay signing into the elections next year. to ensure i'm sure his successor has some kind of say in all of this. most repeat talks with susan rice he had two more conditions. moving the goalposts constantly here. susan rice is not the friendlyist person to send to kabul. if they could have september jo -- sent john kerry to butter him
up. they say enough is enough. >> why is karzai doing this? >> reporter: i think if you look at his end goal he seems to be focusing on the elections next year. the last time he seems to have a bargaining position with the u.s. once this deal is done u.s. troops can be there ten years and aid not set in stone but laid out more clearly. the last time presidential elections the u.s. were very critical of the procedures around that and i'm pretty sure he'll look ahead to make sure the next president of afghanistan is somebody he approves of and doesn't want the united states to raise concern how the procedure went through. the america's longest war now and looking at a position the next month or so, the u.s. could simply stop, not just our troops but aid contributions to effectively lose its way what happens next in afghanistan. >> nick paton-walsh, thank you. president obama is defending the international flavnuclear d
with iran this morning. the president calling on the critics who said the agreement was a mistake. the president said bluster may be an easy solution and does not promote security and he insisted this nuclear deal is progress. >> this will help iran from building a nuclear weapon and over the coming months, we are going to continue our diplomacy with the goal of achieving a comprehensive solution that deals with iran's threat once and for all. if iran seizes this opportunity and chooses to join the global community then we can begin to chip away at the mistrust that has existed for many years between our two nations. >> the president was interrupted in part of the speech from chanting. the president had the power to stop deporting immigrants. president blamed congress and said he would change the laws if he could but he needed the lawmakers to help him do so.
>> he allowed that noon stay afterwards. president obama is continuing his west coast trip and visited last night with the family of tsa officer that was killed at l.a.x. earlier this month and with two tsa officers that were injured in that shooting as well. hernandez was the first tsa officer to die in the line of duty. the injured officers griggsby and spear are said to be recovering. "the new york times" says healthy.gov is not moving quickly enough and leaving the users in limbo and unable to sign up for coverage. some have been waiting more than six weeks to hear the status of their applications. "the washington post" is reporting insurers are receiving error-filled lists who signed up for coverage and in some case misreporting children as spouses and deleting records. the white house promises the site will operate much better next week. dispute over obama care's --
40 companies have filed suit saying they should not be forced to provide contraception coverage because it would violate their religious beliefs. both sides want the high court to settle it. a decision to take up the case could come as soon as today. potential problems for one contraceptive for women. they have discovered plan b does not work for women who weigh more than 176 pounds and will change its label to reflect these weight limits. european regulators proofed this earlier this month but the fda is not commenting nor is the manufacturer here in the united states. that is important information for women there. >> absolutely. coming up, new details relieved in the sandy hook elementary school massacre. one mystery remains unsolved. a teenage girl raped and two high schoolers found guilty of the crime but a new twist. school employees accused of
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good morning. welcome back. we are getting more details on the gunman who opened fire at sandy hook elementary school last year, killing 20 children the gun on himself.re turning - a report from a state prosecutor summarizing some of the evidence against adam lanza painting the 20-year-old to troubled to say the least wen obsessed with mass murder. he apparently spent hours playing violent video games and wrote stories about killers and saved newspaper articles on mass homicide. in fact, creating a spreadsheet of the worst murderers in history. one person who knew lanza years earlier things he designed the shooting to get back at bullies
who went after him when he was younger. >> what adam was trying to do was come up with an act of revenge that was so awful that he would stab every american in the heart. >> it seemed like as time was going on, was starting to decompensate more towards a psychotic behavior. as well, you see he see some obsessive compulsive disorder traits and paranoia going on and hard to manage. >> he had black bags on his window and would not correspond with his mother in the final months. the report shows no light on lanza's motivate or why he may have targeted sandy hook elementary massacre. he would only talk to his mother via e-mails in the house. a superintendent and two coaches indicted in connection with the rape of a 16-year-old girl in steubenville, ohio, that
happened last year. mike dewin announced the indictments from a special gj looking into whether any adults tried to cover up that rape. steubenville school superintendent michael mcveigh charged with making false statements and obstructing punish volunteers assistant coach coach matt belardine has several charges including allowing underage drinking and making fall statements. all could face years in prison. >> i hope this does send a strong message. people need to cooperate with investigations. they need not to hide evidence, and we hope that this frankly brings an end to this. >> in october, the district i.t. director was charged with perjury and tampering with
evidence. two football players last march were convicted of the rape and both serving time in juvenile e detention. george zimmerman is dropping his public defender for a private attorney. he was charged last week and accused of pointing a gun at his girlfriend. he is 2.5 million in debt and wants several items back from police including an iphone and a pocket knife. three key florida republicans are calling for deeds to step down. they need someone 100%. radel plans to return to work when he is relieved from rehab. trisha norman plans to file
wrongful death suits against people she blames for her 12-year-old daughter's suicide and pursuing a new law called rebecca's law. >> i don't really know how to answer. i feel like i'm living a nightmare and i can't wake up. i keep waiting for it to be over but it never ends. my heart aches constantly. my body is numb. i can't sleep. my happiness no longer exists. my baby is gone. i have recently become aware that the current laws in florida do not allow for bullies to be punished. this makes me very sad because i think it sends a message that bullying is okay. kids will now think they can get away with this type of behavior. >> norman says she keeps waiting for an apology. one she realizes will likely
never come. she will sit down with chris cuomo in the 8:00 hour of "new day." a tug boat was sunk north of davenport and it's christine romans's hometown. authorities say it struck some sort of object in the river and began to go under. there were nine crew members on board and all did get away safely but words of a hundred thousand gallons of oil products on board and some of which was now spilled. >> there's 89,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board and another 1,100 gallons of some type of -- >> that is a big stretch of river and an important part of the river there. >> the authorities have closed about eight miles of that river. they are work to go contain the spill well. >> they pull the big tugs up there. it's shallow. sinkhole in the tampa area happening monday night. five adults and two children sitting in their living room in
the middle of the floor buckled. the house is off limits. the family is staying in a hotel and neighbors are concerned. >> i got shook up. like i said a lot. but i feel calmer now. we have a prayer going on at church and i know a lot of prayers are going on. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, massive sinkhole swallowed two homes in nearby dunedin, florida. sinkholes are common in that region because of the type of rocks that make up the soil. >> that is carr scary. murder charges in connection with a philadelphia building collapse. they say a man used unsafe methods to tear down a building in june and he was relying on heavy machinery instead of having his crew do the demolition by hand and they say the building collapsed into a salvation army store and killed six people and injured more than a dozen. judge overseeing the petition will rule on whether the city qualifies as bankrupt under federal law.
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after a dominating performance last night against the redskins the 49ers are starting to look like super bowl favorites again. andy scholes joins us now with more in this morning's bleacher report. i can't say i'm happy, andy. i can't say i'm happy. >> good morning, guys. this is a big road win for the 49ers. coming into the game, they had lost back-to-back games and just 6-4 on the season so a dominating performance is what they needed. klein kaepernick who has taken plenty of criticism this season showed up in a big way last night. he threw three touchdowns in the game. his counterpart rg3, on the other hand, he had a rough night. griffin was sacked four times by the niners "d" as san francisco wins easily 27-6. ten former pro hockey players have filed a class action lawsuit against the nhl claiming the league hasn't done enough to protect players from concussions and comes three months after the nfl settled their lawsuit with their former
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a deadly storm threatening to ruin thanksgiving travel plans for millions. there's ice coating the roads and the rain, snow, and sleet grounding planes. indra petersons is tracking the damage that is already done and what is still to come? welcome back to "early start." i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans sitting in for john berman.
glad you're with us. the top story is the weather and making this november week treacherous for many on the east coast and travel tough for a lot of other people. at least 12 are dead as a result of the storm system moving very quickly east here. >> in wisconsin, snow made for a nasty morning commute. this is right near milwaukee. take a look at that. there were dozens of accidents as cars slipped and slid onto the highways. >> i was just coasting going about 3 miles an hour and i just about got in a car accident right here because you can't stop. there's a point where there is nothing you can do. it's just glare ice and you're just a passenger in your own car. >> that is wisconsin. let me take you to arkansas. arkansas also dealing with accidents as well. this is the scene in fayetteville in the northwest part of the state. rain and cold causing roads to ice up and that meant many cars losing control. >> i get on the highway and next thing i know, i'm spinning."
people don't realize who they get on the bridges they have ice on them and when they hit the ice, they lose it. >> keep a close eye if you're traveling today. if the storm revs up, cancellations all over the country. >> we see a lot of delays and cancellations with storms like this. it's really impactful, particularly this time of the year when you could have multiple weather systems hitting multiple major cities that host hubs for airlines. >> high winds could ground the famous balloons over new york city if sustained winds top 23 miles an hour. officials say it's too dangerous to fly. >> i think indra was mentioning we may have winds that are that potent. >> talking about strong shifting. it will affect everyone's travel plans based on where you are.
the snow we starting to see snow. remember how cold it was over the weekend? right now as the system makes its way across we are dealing with snow flurries and second system producing the heavy rain between two. virginia and north carolina with icy mix. two systems that is the story today. they move even closer together. this being the warm one pulling the moisture out of the gulf and when it is all said and done we are talking about increasing throughout the day today. the heavy rain in the south and shifting into the carolinas. around the lakeds over a foot of snow and snow tapers off through kentucky and tennessee. why are some getting rain and snow? talk about that in a second. we have a severe weather threat even a chance for isolated tornadoes today so check that out. not so much going on. we are adding that into the mix as well. the low shifts up to the north. if you're on the front side of
this notice the winds out of the south and where it's warmer in the south. you're getting rain. if you're on the back side of the low winds coming out of the canada the reason we talk about the cold air and wintry mix as it shifts over. we will take it day-by-day. this is the most important thing so many of you. we talked about the rain today and wintry mix and shifting to the carolinas. the rain will switch to the northeast as the warm air makes its way up from the south and on the back side heavier snow and wintry mix picking up. the winds will kick up. notice as you get in through wednesday the system does start to pull off. it looks like it's getting better but remember that's not the case because the winds start to shift from the southeast into the northeast and with that stronger winds. still flight dlas even though the snow is gone. >> you have to have a strategy. everyone getting up is getting a
strategy strategy. >> everyone has got like four chances here. i know. >> thank you. 34 minutes past the hour. ultimatum for afghanistan's president karzai. national security adviser susan rice is in kabul where karzai insisted on new conditions now in exchange for giving final approval to the already agreed upon deal. the white house says rice told karzai if he doesn't sign the agreement, the united states will begin planning to pull out all of the troops. karzai in a statement said he wants assurances the united states will not conduct military operations on afghan homes. despite white house attempts to transition america's drone war on terrorism from cia control to the pentagon, the spy agency is still behind most of the recent strikes. in fact, drone attacks last week in yemen.
officials have met. the head of the national security agency general keith alexander reportedly offered to resign in the wake of the edward snowden affair. "wall street journal" says xamp alexander made the offer but that was rejected by the obama administration. the revelation comes nearly a month after it was announced alexander would be leaving the nsa in march. at long last talks aimed at ending syria's civil war appear to be moving forward. the first direct negotiations between bashar al assad's government and syrian rebels set to begin january 22 in geneva. still very tough conditions there on the ground for the civilians. defense of the international
nuclear deal for iran. president obama responding to critics in a speech in san francisco including those who called the agreement a mistake. the president said it is easy to make political declarations but doesn't make the world safer and he insisted the nuclear deal is progress. >> this will help iran from building a nuclear weapon and over the coming months, we are going to continue our diplomacy with the goal of achieving a comprehensive threat. if iran seizes this opportunity and chooses to join the global community, then we can begin to chip away at the mistrust that has existed for many, many years between our two nations. >> i need your help! thousands of immigrants -- >> that is exactly what we are talking about. >> look what he does. he turns around and engaging that heckler in conversation. that was a heckler interrupting the president talking.
president obama blamed congress saying he would change the laws if he could but need lawmakers help to do so. >> the president visiting los angeles where he met with the family of a slain tsa officer and two officers hurt in that shooting at los angeles international airport earlier this month. gerardo hernandez was first tsa officer to die in the line of duty. the injured officers are said to be recovering. we wish them well. healthcare.gov is reportedly having more problems. "the new york times" saying those who want to sign up for coverage are not verified quickly enough and unable on sign up for the coverage. some are waiting more than six weeks to get an answer on when they will be able to finish enrolling. "the washington post" is reporting insurers are receiving error-filled lists who signed up for the coverage and in some cases misreporting children as spouses or deleting the records altogether. the white house is promising the site will be operating much better by next week.
supreme court could decide today whether to get involved in a dispute over obama care's birth control mandate. 40 companies say they shouldn't be forced to provide contraception coverage because doing so would violent violate their religious beliefs. they want the high court to settle this case. a pill cold identical to plan b is found to be ineffective for women who weigh more than 176 pounds. the manufacturer there plans to change all of its labels. the american maker is not commenting yet but that is 176 pounds deemed ineffective for women who weigh more than that. coming up, a florida mother promising to fight back against the bullying that caused her daughter to commit suicide. her pledge to make sure her daughter didn't die in vain. that is next. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cash card from capital one, i get 2% cash back on every purchase, every day.
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the deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary school. 20-year-old behind that massacre. a report from a state prosecutor summarizing some of the evidence against adam lanza whose 11-minute rampage ended with 26 people dead before he turned that gun on himself. so the report paints lanza as a troubled man obsessed with mass murder. he apparently spent hours playing violent video games. he wrote stories about killers. even saved newspaper articles on mass homicide. one person who knew lanza years earlier thinks he designed the shooting as a kind of payback. >> what adam was trying to do was come up with an act of revenge that was so awful that he would stab every american in the heart. it seems like as time was going on, was starting to decompensate more towards a psychotic behavior. as well, you see some obsessive
compulsive disorder traits and paranoia going on and paints a picture of someone who was extremely difficult to manage. >> like maybe the garbage bags on his bedroom window. the report sheds no light on lanza's motivate or why he may have targeted sandy hook elementary for that massacre. a florida mother taking action against those she says is responsible for her daughter daughter's death. praesht norman plans to file suits against. she wants to crack down on bullying. prosecutors dropped aggravating stalking charges for two girls. >> people ask me how do you feel. i don't really know how to answer that question. i feel like i'm wearing a nightmare and i can't wake up. i keep waiting for it to be over, but it never ends. my heart aches constantly. my body is numb. i can't sleep. my happiness no longer exists. my baby is gone. i have recently become aware
that the current laws in florida do not allow for bullies to be punished. this makes me very sad because i think it sends a message that bullying is okay. kids will now think they can get away with this type of behavior. >> norman says she keeps waiting for an apology, one she realizes likely will never come. george zimmerman has hired a new attorney to defend him against charges he assaulted his pregnant girlfriend. a week after having a public defender represent him claiming he was more than $2 million in debt he has hired a private criminal defense lawyer from south florida. zimmerman acquitted in the murder of the death of trayvon martin earlier this year. in court filings zimmerman is asking for several items back from police including an iphone and a pocket knife. florida's republican party chairman is claiming -- is joining those calling on congressman trey radel to resign. he pleaded guilty last week to buying cocaine and took a leave of absence to attend rehab but the state gop chair says radel
constituents need a congressman who is 100% focused on their needs. it is not clear how long the congressman will stay in rehab before returning to work. you know judge and lawyers ask a lot of questions before you can serve on a jury like what you watch on tv and where you work. dekalb county court in georgia's list of occupation is 62 pages long and on that list one question is slave. we are not kidding. there it is right there. it's on the list. a potential juror filling out the questionnaire online found the entry and the court is calling this a mistake. >> they say it's a mistake. i don't think so. >> wow! >> yes, yes. court officials say that they have removed slave from the list as soon as they realized it was there. hopefully, they are doing a full investigation to figure out how it got there.
let's take a look what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo and kate bolduan are joining us. good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> we are all about the storm because the holiday is coming. i know thanksgiving is not technical a holiday but it is. >> yes, it is! >> ts a part of the national fabric and matters what is most, food, family. indra petersons is all over it and roads and flights compromised and maybe even the thanksgiving day parade, the macy's balloons may be compromised. we will go inside the philadelphia airport their main hub and show you what they are doing to prepare to do the best they can to get flights in and out. >> you can't fight mother nature but they can try to prepare as much as they can. we are also going to be giving an update on a big story we have been following closely. four people indicted on garage that is a possible cover-up in the steubenville rape case. among them the superintendent of schools and a principal.
we will talk with ohio's attorney general who is spearheading this effort and talk to him about what led to the charges. >> thank you. we will check in soon with you. time for the morning rhyme. our tweets of the day. today is from david talking about the weather and talking about that have gone. get an early start even though it's cold and rainy and in two more days, you can bathe yourself in gravy! interesting! >> come up with your own tweet with your own rhyme, tweet us with the #morningrhyme and #earlystart. >> bathing and gravy. what a combination. katie couric trying to shake a label? we will talk about that next in "money time."
it's "money time." 13 longs years before the nasdaq crossed 4,000 yesterday an 16 k on the dow and 1,800 on the s&p and 4,000 on the nasdaq and it's a long way to go before we are back to the go go days before the dot com bubble burst. netflix is up this year. priceline 80% gain and amazon a gain. when you put it together the nasdaq is up 32% of the year and s&p 500 up 26%. according to capital markets that is the eighth best year for the s&p since 1947. it's okay to look at your 401(k). i can't tell you what happens next. i can only tell you what happened already. what is yahoo! colorado marisa myer up to? she is getting top talent for yahoo! more as a media company.
her latest katie couric will join for global news. he said he couldn't pass up the creative possibility. in september, yahoo! announced that former "the new york times" deputy editor megan lieberman was taking over as new editor in chief of new yahoo! news. jury still out whether marisa maier can turn yahoo! around. this is not just a search engine any more. this is a media. >> do we know what the deal is worth with katie couric? >> i do not know but she is one smart woman so i ashum it's very good for her and yahoo!. something good for you. i don't want anybody to be tricked on black friday or brown thursday or cybermonday. i'm the bah hum bug
correspondent. we you will want to get a deal. what they get is profits and what you get is credit card bills. i want to show you the truth about all of these sales. mark downs are usually carefully engineered. right? you're not -- they never sold at the stated price. always designed to be sold at the selling price. selling prices are sometimes raised and then lord. you may find better deals for seasonal merchandise. toys are often the worst deals. if you don't pay it off right away you won't get a deal. 50% of people pay everything off by january is what you should do. make sure if you buy it for the holidays you pay on of it by january. 18% of the people i think paying off this year's black friday next year, it wasn't a deal. now you're paying interest, late charges and you've hurt your credit score. i want everyone, don't be lured in by all of the marketing and the hype about black friday! >> i love the advice. i think it's terribly important.
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four adults in the rape of a 16-year-old girl in steubenville, ohio, last year charges for including the superintendent of schools. an elementary principle aal and wrestling coaching and a student volume are accused of lying or failing to report the rape of this girl by two high school football players and now they could face years in prison. much more on this case is coming up on "new day" including an attorney with the ohio attorney
general mike dewine at 7:00 a.m. hour. >> new day" starts right now. that is it for "early start." ♪ roads are really slick and i have seen a lot of accidents already. >> the huge rain and snow maker moving east and holiday travel plans for millions in jeopardy and now the macy's thanksgiving day parade balloons may be grounded. we are tracking it all. the afghan government pushing back against the united states and still refusing to sign and agreement that would keep u.s. forces on the ground. will there be a complete pull-out of forces sooner than expected? new revelation about the sandy hook gunner. new details about the mass murder. were warnings signs missed?
this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. good morning, welcome to "new day," it's tuesday, november 26th, 6:00 in the east. got to prepare for a heaping side of rain, sleet and snow to go with that thanksgiving turkey, unfortunately. right now holiday travel plans for more than 40 million are totally up in the air. the air may be the worst place to be. a monster storm on a collision coast with the east coast, take a look at the snow falling in pittsburgh. this is wpxi. we're tapping the power and reach of cnn to bring you the most complete coverage you can, combi beginning with indra petersons. >> take a look at the snow we're currently seeing in the northeast. we have the heavy rain coming in from the southeast. already starting to see some of the icing. this is a precursor to what we are expecting a
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