Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Temperatures are in record low territory this morning after one the the biggest November snows since 1977, and for some areas since 1958. Winds will gust over 20 mph at times sending the wind chill to below zero. The record low this morning 12 set back in 1959. The cold record mark could be tied or broken.
No melting this morning for already ice covered roads. Most of the main roads are in good shape, but some secondary and rural roads are still slick and hazardous. Deanna Allbrittin will bring us the latest road conditions and also show us what it will take to stay comfortable in such bone chilling conditions.
There are a few school delays already on the board this morning. We'll have updates in real time all morning on our ticker and right here at 14news.com.
Attention is once again focusing on Ferguson, Missouri where there is reason to believe the grand jury may be getting closer to an announcement on whether charges will be filed against the cop who shot and killed Michael Brown.
Meteorologist Eric Garlick has some weather extra's and Hillary Simon will keep you posted on any "just-in" items off the wire.
So stay warm, enjoy your day, and we'll see you on Sunrise.