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Icy surprise

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Sliding into the 50's

Despite a warming trend this week, the morning commute could be a little icy in places.  Frost and fog could also be flies in the ointment before temps rise above the freezing mark.  Byron says we'll climb into the lower to middle 50s over the next few days under partly to mostly sunny skies.  However, Thursday, when we hit the mid to upper 60's,  thunderstorms may develop during the evening.  Erin Meyer will be live early on Sunrise checking out the roads.
 
 
Alcoa body identified
 
The Warrick County Sheriff's Office says investigation has lead them to believe that foul play is involved in the death of a man found at Alcoa. According to Sheriff Brett Kruse, the body of a man was found at the Warrick Alcoa Operations around 8:15 Monday morning. He says it was discovered by employees at the coal handling system.  The latest on Sunrise.
 
 
Ice dancing gold
 
Meryl Davis and Charlie White have made Olympic history on Monday by becoming the first American team to win gold in ice dancing. The West Bloomfield, Michigan., natives finished second in Vancouver four years ago.  The latest Winter Olympics news on Sunrise.
 
Fallon's Tonight Show debut
 
"Tonight" belongs to Jimmy Fallon. Fallon, the former "Late Night" host who took over for Jay Leno, left no doubt last night that "The Tonight Show" fits him like a glove. As promised, Fallon made no drastic changes to the "Late Night" formula. Will Smith and the rock group U2 helped Fallon kick things off in New York.  We'll have a wrap of the first Fallon show on Sunrise.
 
So enjoy your day, and we'll see you on Sunrise.
 
Dan
 
 
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