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Fog then sunny and warmer

 Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Foggy start

We will finally see some sunshine and warmer temps in the area, but before we get there, fog could be an issue. Byron says it may develop in low lying areas creating a few travel problems.  A hard freeze is in place this morning, but we should be in the 40's by the afternoon with a little sunshine to boot.  

Digging out

 The beginning signs of recovery from the blizzard in the Northeast are starting to emerge. Flights resume this morning at Boston's Logan International Airport, though service is limited. Boston's public transit and Amtrak trains to New York and Washington are also set to roll again. Residents are digging out and utility crews are restoring lost power, struggling in what is still bitter cold air.


Evansville history in spotlight


It's a subtle change, but a change residents in the area say they want to see more of. The first phase of historic lights in downtown Evansville have been installed.  Deanna Allbrittin is shining a light on the issue, live on Sunrise.


Biden surprise


After attending Wendell Ford's funeral in Owensboro, Vice President Joe Biden made a surprise stop at a school in Spencer County. We'll take a look back at a memorable event for young students at Luce Elementary.


So enjoy your Wednesday, and we'll see you on Sunrise.


Dan




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