Thursday, February 20, 2014
Byron says there is an elevated severe weather risk later this afternoon and tonight. Windy and mild today ahead of a vigorous storm system that will sweep through the area late this afternoon and tonight. Rain and powerful thunderstorms will become more numerous ahead of a sharp cold front. Severe storms likely, with damaging winds and torrential rainfall the primary threats.
If stormy weather does become a factor later today, we've got you covered on air and on line. If we go wall to wall on air, there are still easy ways to keep tabs on Olympic events. We'll have all the details on Sunrise. We'll also go live to Sochi for the latest on the winter games.
If you're in need of a job, today is a good day to check out Sunrise. There's big Work One job fair at the C.K. Newsome Center in downtown Evansville today. Erin Meyer is live with all the details.
Life science & proms and weddings
Emily Busby will hop between a life science open house and a prom and wedding event this morning. A little something for everyone. She has all the details from the western Kentucky newsroom.
Powerball jackpot winner
Lottery officials say just one ticket matches the $425 million Powerball drawing. It's a ticket sold at a convenience store in central California. We'll have all the information for you.
So enjoy the warm temps today and be alert for storms today.
See you on Sunrise.