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>> have a great tuesday. "you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning iowa! i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on tuesday march first. elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and
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reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. elias:
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top five this morning.... elias: the search continues for the two escapees from the newton correctional facility. anyone who sees michael amodeo and jessy foley should call 9-1-1.. now, the union representing employees of the department of corrections is blaming the escape on budget cuts. they say the ratio of guards to inmates is low, and expect more escapes in the future. sabrina: in the number two spot this morning... sabrina: voters in a dozen states will take part in republican and democratic primaries or caucuses today. the "super tuesday" voting is the busiest day on the primary calendar. a new nationwide survey shows that hillary clinton and donald trump are on the verge of winning their respective party nominations. elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: the justice department has published all it can of former secretary of state hillary linton's private emails. state hillary clinton's private emails. the final batch, roughly 52-
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messages, was released ten months the state department has reviewed and released emails server used by clinton during secretary of state. sabrina: elias: sabrina: apple has scored a victory in a new york court as it continues to fight a f-b-i court order in california. a federal judge ruled investigators cannot force the tech company to unlock an iphone owned by a convicted drug dealer. pressure from into a phone used by the san shooters. expected to encyption and the house judiciary elias: and finally in the top five... the girls state underway in des moines monday. class 1-a and 2-a both tipped off, victory by returning champs newell- fonda. class 2-a resumes this morning, with northwest on iowa city d by the start of
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that continues into the evening including a matchup between the defending champs from nevada and sioux center... so keep that in mind if you plan to head downtown today. sabrina: turning to the courtroom...and the latest from the trial of alexander fazzino... sabrina: he faces a first degree murder charge in connection with his wife's death... yesterday the prosecution rested its case... they ended with two d-c-i agents who noted emily did not overdose the day she died. then the defense took over, bringing the fazzino's house keeper and family to the stand. alex fazzino's mother, aunt and sister all testified they saw emily under the influence countless times. "slurring speech, disoriented, she was kind of staggering and i was so concerned i wanted to take her ot the hospital- did she go? she would not go" sabrina:
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the defense today. be sure to stay with local 5 as we continue to cover this case. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough
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hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms
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elias: a new development in the story of andrew long... the grandview wrestler has been dismissed after school leaders say he violated a code of conduct contract... sunday night local five aired a piece about long's unlikely addition to the viking's roster... he had previously wrestled for iowa state and penn state, but was kicked off because of legal problems off the mat. while at penn state, he was accused of removing a woman's underwear and touching her as she slept... he pleaded guilty to indecent assault and served nine months in prison. but the grand view coach agreed to give him another chance. but with some strict rules about his behavior. one of those stipulations...no consumption of alcohol while a student. after hearing of a possible incident of the weekend, long was confronted by his coach...and admitted to violating the code. sabrina:
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also reached out to the iowa coalition against sexual assault. matter what happened with there will always be a shouldn't be story. they remind everyone there professionals who've been trained to help survivors of sexual assault abuse hotline confidential and immediate phone and referrals 24/7. you can call them at 800-284- 7821. sabrina: and you at home have shared your thoughts on this story...and be sure to keep them coming... you can watch the entire piece on we are iowa dot com. and then connect with us on facebook and twitter to share your thoughts. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break, with more good morning iowa still ahead.. sabrina: coming up, a small wisconsin community gets pushed into the national spotlight due to a popular crime documentary. elias: but first...for those traveling into polk
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office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...five-thousand block of northeast 22nd street. and a second at the ...49-hundred block of northwest beaver drive. so take care on the roads today... sabrina let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this! "your wathcing good
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elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam
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morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain
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a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. sabrina a documentary sabrina a documentary following a d-n-a exoneree has thrown a community in northeast wisconsin into the national spotlight... elias: "making a murderer" is a series about steven avery... after 18 years in prison, avery was exonerated in 2003 of sexual assault and attempter murder...but two years later ended up back in prison in connection with another murder. he, along with his nephew, were convicted in the case... sabrina: publicity from the series has raised calls to have avery's case reviewed....thoug h wisconsin officials insist the program does not present all of the evidence. elias: the case has
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manitowoc where the whole story played out... nate stewart shows us how the community is handling the attention... "a once peaceful county in northeast wisconsin.. (nats - protests) ...has become the center stage for controversy, alleged corruption..and chaos "we just have a feeling that brendan and steven are both innocent and that they deserve new trials and that they should also be aware of what they have going on in this town as far as their government goes" it's not just the protestors here in manitowoc that think steven avery is innocent...it's all over the country. this after netflix's making a murderer was released late last year capt. larry zimney/manitowoc police dept. "absolutely we're in the national spotlight, i mean...this avery issue is going to be on dateline tonight" in 2016 alone, the manitowoc county sheriff's office received credible bomb threats for the
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down streets, evacuating buildings and putting the public on high alert... the caller claimed.. it was because of avery. capt. larry zimney/manitowoc police dept. "this situation has not died down yet..as far as for some people..there's a lot of polarization either way for whether you're pro avery or anti-avery" people living in michicot, the community where the avery auto salvage property is located, say that avery had a bad rep and wasn't respected...and that the documentary has divided the county curtis busse/green bay "this man was tried..he was convicted..and now all of a sudden there's shambles and he's innocent and i just don't think that's right" tim spierling/supports police "i think it's just a shame that people are judging this town without even being here and meeting the people" to help prevent the negativity from expanding...residents created the hashtag love manitowoc, to shine some light on the positivity surrounding the county despite what outsiders see and hear "we try so hard to let everybody know that this is a great place to live"
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hopes to rebuild its reputation.. and while some will continue to fight for avery's innocence... one thing is certain. the violent and tragic loss of teresa halbach. " elias: now through friday, we will have more stories taking you deeper into the story.. we'll hear from those who knew the victims, as well as the attorneys working on the avery case. tomorrow, we'll get to know more about the victim, teresa halbach...from those who knew her. all: (reax) sabrina well time for a short break....when we come back... a farmer decides to use an interesting
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the
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still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. sam toss back.
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toss back. elias: in take a look at this today...not your typical political signage... elias: an ohio farmer is being quite direct in his opinions of the current presidential race...specificall
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jerry slankard spelled out his feeling about the republican frontrunner....in cow manure. in his pasture, in big letters....he wrote out "no trump." the farmer's opinion fills covers an area wider than a football field. wider than a football field. all: (reax) sabrina well time now for another
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but when we come back... we're still weeks away from spring....but with money on our minds due to tax season, you may want to clean up your budget. ...but first here's what happened last night on jimmy kimmel live.
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." sabrina elias: on your money now sabrina spring isn't quite in the air, but it could be a good time to spruce up a budget. or put one on paper for the year ahead. mary moloney rounds up some tips for getting started. --reporter pkg-as follows-- just like spring cleaning your home -- now can be a good time to tidy up a household budget. with tax day around the corner -- money is on the minds of many. especially those who have received a refund. don't let that influx of cash throw a spending and saving plan off course. instead -- review your plan - to make sure it still fits your needs. this includes revisiting all the basics. credit-dot-com recommends evaluating all income -- calculating expenses -- identifying the places where you can cut back -- and making sure there's enough left over to stash in an emergency fund. america saves - a campaign of the consumer federation of america - recommends using a digital tool like a smartphone app or spreadsheet to keep track of spending
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few months to see exactly where your money is going. and then lock into a plan also look for areas that can be trimmed so you can free up more cash to pay down high- interest debt. and while cleaning up a budget for day-to-day expenses -- don't forget to make room for longer term financial goals like retirement or college funds. sabrina: now, those tax refunds sometimes mean a vacation for families...but if disney is the plan, be aware of a new pricing plan... the house of mouse has implemented demand based pricing... meaning disney resorts will charge three different prices for single day tickets...dependi ng on the time of year. the plan divides the calendar into value, regular and peak periods. sabrina that's a look at your money this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first...a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to
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for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. sabrina:
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two missing inmates...one group has an idea of what to blame for their escape sabrina: saturday night, newton facility discovered the pair missing... the search continues for and jessy foley... anyone who sees information whereabouts 9-1-1... as for their union representing employees of the department of corrections is blaming the escape on budget cuts. they say theres simply not enough staffing at the facilities... and they even expect more inmates will get away in the future... because the ratio of inmates to guards is low. 1 to 150 or 1 to 100 is just not a safe ratio. and thats what our staff works with, not once in a while, but a lot. sabrina: the department
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continue to investigate how the inmates were able to escape... but they did not wish to comment about the union's claims. once again if you know anything about the whereabouts of michael amodeo or jessy foley ... you are asked to call 911 elias: a win for apple tops our look at national headlines this morning... elias: the tech company is continuing its fight against a f-b-i court order in california... however yesterday, a federal judge in brooklyn ruled investigators cannot force the tech company to unlock an iphone owned by a convicted drug dealer. apple faces pressure from the f-b-i to break into a phone used by the san bernardino shooters. both parties are exexcted to testify about encyption and privacy before the house judiciary committee today. elias: and the justice department has published all it can of former secretary of state hillary clinton's private emails. the final batch, roughly 52- thousand messages, was released
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over the past ten months the state department has reviewed and released emails from a private server used by clinton during her time as secretary of state. sabrina: super tuesday...the first day multiple states vote for a presidential nominee looms over whats been a wild race to the white house. elias: early states narrowed both presidential fields but frontrunner donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to tighten their grip on their parties' nominations today. abc's stephanie ramos has more. "script: the biggest voting day of the year leading up to the general election. voters in a dozen states and a us territory will go to the polls today ?with 16-hundred and 10 delegates at stake. cruz "let me tell the men and women of texas this, i will not compromise away your religious liberty rights." ted cruz hoping to win big in his home state of texas talking about religious liberty and the supreme court nomination but at a trump rally in virginia? tension 12:55:45
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a large group of student protestors?marched out of the event. and as they pass?a photographer from time magazine?thrown to the ground by a secret service agent. the secret service now investigating. sot hrc "america's already great- make it whole again" hillary clinton - hoping to keep her lead over bernie sanders? sanders "now it is time for massachusetts to lead the political revolution." tag- here in virginia - voter turnout today is expected to be huge - much more than the last time both parties held presidential primaries. stephanie ramos abc news alexandria, virginia " sabrina: and for those wanting to watch live coverage of the
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brewing company will host a watch party starting at five this evening... you can also get the latest results online at we are iowa dot com... plus, coverage this evening on local five news at ten. sabrina: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly
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it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a expected across our viewing area. we'll into the 40s, 50s and the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. sabrina:
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morning....a positive result from the winds blowing through the hawkeye state... sabrina: governor terry branstad announced that more than 31- percent of iowa electricity...now comes from wind production.. new data from the u-s energy information administration puts iowa as the first...and only...state to cross the 30- percent mark. growing wind farms have attracted almost 12-billion dollars to the state's economy. within the next five years...it is expected that iowa will move up to 40-percent in wind produced electricity. elias: the ymca in grimes is closing in two months. it's only been open for eight years. but there's not enough money to keep it open, and it'll have to close. one grimes council member says he's sad to see the ymca go, as grimes doesn't have many other gyms for families to go to now. "i would say disappointed is an understatement. we have a lot of grimes residents that are members of the ymca, have been for years, have been eagerly anticipating the new
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for those reasons, ya, it's very, it's not a good day for a lot of grimes people. " elias: the center will stay open until april 30th, and help members transition to locations in the members do have access to the other 8 locations throughout the area. sabrina at ((time check)) break here on good morning iowa... elias: coming up, a look at the action downtown as girls state basketball enters day two! sabrina: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at three locations... the first at the......28-hundred block of east walnut - east bound a second set up at the ..... 18- hundred block of fleur - north bound and the third at the ....one- thousand block
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so use caution while driving.. elias: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is highway 20 in waterloo.... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: strong winds and
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keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. elias:
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elias: if you were were downtown monday....you may have notice a few school buses at wells fargo arena... sabrina: that's because the girls state basketball tourney got underway in des moines monday. class 1-a and 2-a both tipped off, including a victory by returning champs newell- fonda. class 2-a resumes this morning... with manson northwest webster taking on iowa city regina...followe d by the start of class 3-a play that continues into the evening including a matchup between the defending champs from nevada and sioux center... some good matchup set to hit the courts today! elias: sticking with basketball....the cyclones took the court last night for a memorable game... not because of the opponent, which was
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senior night...the final game for georges niang, abdel nader and jameel mckay play inside of hilton... the trio sent out on top...as iowa state beats o-s-u 58 to 50.... niang"the support, the love, the real love that i felt here. i was afraid for that to happen one last time. and you know i think i've put my all into this that i felt here. i was afraid for that to happen one last time. niang"the support, the love, the real love that i felt here. i was afraid for that to happen one last time. and you know i think i've put my all into this place and i'm content with closing the chapter at hilton, because i left everything i had out there." mckay"you can't thank cyclone nation enough, you just appreciate them every day, especially with traveling on the roads and seeing what other teams' crowds may look like, you just appreciate it every day." nader"especially with these two guys right here i've built such a strong relationship
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been here and just the energy and the positivity that's around this place, it's a hell of a place and i'm gonna miss it."" elias: the final game of the regular season is all set. iowa state travels down to take on the 12- time big 12 champion and new #1 kansas jayhawks saturday. the cyclones could knock off its second number one of the year and become the first big 12 team to become the first big 12 team to sweep kansas since 2001! all: (reax) sabrina we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan with america's money. america's money market losing streak- u.s. stocks closed
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good morning. topping "america's money" -- things are looking up for your 401(k). >> well, after a rough january, the dow was up slightly in february. while the nasdaq lost more than 1%. but here's the good news. march is historically a good time for stocks. month. subway promises your footlong sandwich will really be one foot long. that's part of the settlement of a class-action lawsuit that complained the subs fell short. >> the plaintiffs aren't getting much money, said one attorney. it was difficult to prove monetary damages because everybody ate the evidence. >> okay. and the easter bunny may be stopping off at mcdonald's. the fast food chain is now offering cadbury creme egg mcflurry. >> delicious. it's a combination of the soft-serve mcflurry topped with pieces of creme eggs. just one problem. only available in australia. >> oh, then, we gotta fly over there.
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>> have a great day jane's always on the move. luckily her light & fit protein smoothie can keep up with her.
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light & fit feel free to enjoy."now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge.
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day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs today under the cloud cover and north winds will only be able to climb into the low 30s with lows falling to around 20 tonight. tomorrow looks cloudy again with another wave of precipitation expected to come during the night. it will likely start off again as a wintry mix turning into light snow with a general area of a trace to an inch expected across our viewing area. we'll start warming back into the 40s, 50s and even a few 60s through the weekend into next week, but we also bring back a lot of rain chances with possibly a few thunderstorms thrown into the mix. sam
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sabrina:
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with quite the facial hair... sabrina: social media fell in love with the "mustache cat"...an abandoned kitten with a black patch of fur shaped like a mustache above her mouth ... she was dumped in a box of items outside a salvation army donation center. the cat was taken to a no-kill shelter, which received dozens of applications from people hoping to adopt her. and now, one lucky family is taken the feline home....already giving it a well- suited name...."mustachi o" all: (reax) elias: time for another
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morning iowa .... let's take a look at those snowy roads this morning... this is highway 30 at university boulevard in ames... [current conditions] when good morning iowa returns....we'll have your morning
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." sabrina: welcome back everyone....as we wrap up our first hour, let's take a quick look at the top stories... elias: we recap your headlines...in the morning refresh... elias: as the search continues for two escaped inmates....one
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blamed the incident on budget cuts. sabrina: and voting is just about to begin in some of the states taking part in "super tuesday" primaries... elias: the last batch of emails from during hillary clinton's time as secretary of state has been released. sabrina time now for another short break... but when we come back... we check on the latest in the proceedings of the long-awaited fazzino trial in winnesheik county. elias: plus sam's in with a look at your morning forecast! another full hour of good morning iowa... is right after this. " nexstar copyright"
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning
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i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on tuesday march first. elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: strong winds and snow are going to keep driving conditions very tough for northern iowa through the morning hours today. the bulk of snow has stayed primarily in northern iowa centered roughly around highway 20, and it will keep pushing eastward through the morning. snow reports have ranged from a dusting around the metro to 4 inches up near fort dodge. the winds will remain strong through the day so even after the snow subsides we may still have low visibility and drifting from blowing snow. highs

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