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from, which you have to do is go to facebook.com/news 13 and that's how you will enter. >> evan: we will announce the winner just before 8:00 this morning. good luck to you all. that was a great opera singer in here yesterday. very impressive. >> zack: phenomenal. you and i got a chance to sing a little opera. >> evan: we did a few months ago. >> zack: a gentlemen singing "fig arrow." >> evan: i wouldn't even try that slow. we have the first in the south primary in south carolina. we have news 13's hope hanselman at a an interesting adventure game here in asheville. but first, today looking as warm as yesterday? >> zack: even warmer still, and on top of that we will bring you the rain showers. it might not be the best day to head outdoors but maybe the warm temperatures will have you creep outside. just bring the rain jacket along, folks, but the scattered showers are going to be seen. the cooler air is going to start region. so the 60s will become a thing of the past.
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going to dominate the next few days. i want to time it out for you all and show you who will get hit the hardest coming up in just a little bit. >> evan: the front runners lived up to their name at the ballot box. voters gave hillary clinton a big win in nevada over bernie sanders and in the first southern state primary, donald trump easily won south carolina. his second straight victory, leaving marco rubio and ted cruz to fight it out for runner up. meghan hughes reports from columbia. >> reporter: with two wins under their belt, hillary clinton and donald trump are now looking ahead to the next contest with confidence. >> we are going right to to nevada and i think we're going to do terrific there. and the sec is going to be very very exciting. we expect to do very very well. >> reporter: a nevada win reinvigorating clinton's campaign where she went to texas and held a big late night rally at texas southern university. >> is this a great night or what? >> reporter: long lines to
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heavy turnout. ted cruz and marco rubio both with strong performances. >> thank you, south carolina. >> reporter: after another poor showing an emotional jeb bush called it quits. >> tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> no, no. >> yeah, yeah. thank you so much. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: in nevada, sanders made it clear that he's not dropping out, but looking forward. >> i believe that when democrats assemble in philadelphia in july at that convention, we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> reporter: the two parties now essentially switch places, republicans face off again in nevada on tuesday. democrats vote here in south
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meghan hughes, abc new, columbia south carolina. >> evan: news 13 had crews all across south carolina for yesterday's primary election. capitolling up in the next half hour we will have complete team coverage from the top 3 campaigns. tomorrow the defense will begin presenting its case in the murder trial of a transylvania county man. richard o'shields is charged in the 2011 murder of toby mathis in what prosecutors call a revenge killing after the death of hole shield's son. mathis was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of joey oh o'shields. richard o'shields took revenge on mathis. >> the following story may be upsetting to some viewers. closing arguments are set for tomorrow in the trial of darnell lane, she is accused of attacking a pregnant woman from brevard and cutting the unborn baby from her womb. she lured michelle will kins to her home with a craigs list ad for maternity clothes in march
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wilkins survived the attack but her baby did not. south carolina police are searching forsearching for three people with guns inside a shopping mall. shots were fired into the air after a fistfight broke out at the columbia shopping center last night. the sheriff spokesman says no injuries have been reported. police evacuated the mall and buildings around it. a seventh person is confirmed dead overnight at a shoving spree in kalamazoo county, michigan. police say they have a suspect in custody. ( ) an undersheriff says a man in his 50s started randomly firing at people last night at multiple locations. shooting victims in an apartment complex, a car dealership, and outside a restaurant. authorities say all of the attacks have been connected to the same person. we have an update this morning on tropical cyclone winston, a nationwide warning is in effect from last night to tomorrow morning after the
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made landfall. it slammed the pacific nation with winds of 180 miles per hour yesterday. that is the equivalent of a category 5 hurricane. the storm brought heavy flooding, knocking out power across the nation. and now forecasters are concerned about possible landslides. feegy's government has reported at least one death from the storm. a massive fire erupts at a mill in massachusetts. fire officials say numerous departments responded to the mill fire in fall river. which to officials believe was either vacant or in use for storage. the building collapsed, just a short time after crews arrived. no injuries have been reported. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. there is a new physical adventure game in asheville that will test your fears and wits. the asheville escape room forces you to use puzzles to get out of the room on time. hope hanselman is in the casino mob boss room. hope, you close to getting out? >> hope: yeah, evan,
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lost the game, by now. you get an hour in this room and i haven't yet figured out my way out. but i had a lot of help from ashley fox with us this morning from asheville escape room. thank you so much for joining us. and helping me out. because last time, you helped me open up this lock. we figured out the directions for it. we opened the door. we found a briefcase and what is this? hmm. two poker chips with numbers on them. so, ashley also mentioned to me i have been picking up these other chips along the way, and we are going to try it right over here. because we noticed this. so i have the red with the 3, the white with the zero, the 7 and the green and the 1 and the blue and i will try this but, ashley, for you guys to build these rooms and put all this work into creating these puzzles, how much work is that?
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three to four months out. we meet and brainstorm. we just talk about puzzles we enjoyed doing. story lines we would like to live out. things that would probably be fun. but also a challenge. >> hope: a challenge. i got it. i unlocked the thing. i have got -- okay, what is this? desk key. this you say is a tough clue in this room? >> uh-hmm. >> hope: a lot of people have trouble with this one. it's definitely a tricky one, surprisingly. >> hope: all right. we will try to figure out where this one goes. this is such a unique thing to asheville. there is really nothing like thisisround here. and it's 15 bucks for you to come and try this room so much fun. how can people find you on-line? >> we have facebook. we have our web site. and just a good search on things -- you can always get information from us and call us or text. >> hope: awesome. we will link the information on the web site later on in the morning. thank yo for joining us.
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and this one is really cool. so stick with us. reporting live in asheville, hope hanselman, news 13. >> evan: good job for hope getting that key. >> zack: i know. a lot of clues out there. i don't know if i would have been able to. good place to go if you are heading outdoors, you may want to be inside. this is the start of the wet weather pattern, heavy downpours and thunderstorms in the forecast.
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lasts coming up after the break. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >> zack: welcome back, folks. good sunday morning. cloud cover dominating the day and we are starting to see the showers try to roll through but they are going to be limited and maybe a little chance of scattered activity this afternoon. overall, through the morning, not a whole lot to be speaking of. but as you step out the door, i don't know if you will need the jacket. item is feeling mild out there. 42 degrees right now in asheville. 54 in burnsville. that's actually one of the warmer pots across our entire region, only beat out by clemson at 55 degrees. yes, we are talking about february temperatures, folks. this is not springtime. but, if you are stepping outside this morning, you might want to keep an eye to the sky and if you are heading out on the roadway, make sure you give yourself a little bit more time and maybe a little more space between other vehicles because there is some fog that's reducing visibility down to less than half a mile and maybe even a quarter mile at times. so, just stay safe on the roads.
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actually sweeping across the nation, really splitting two air masses. the warmer air is still locked into our region, that's why your afternoon highs will be far year. chillier air on the back side of that and it will be sliding towards us as we head into the work week. but, there is a low pressure system we will be getting impacted by from monday through accumulation. not a whole lot to be talking about for today, as we put this into motion for you now, you will start to see some of the scattered activity through the afternoon hours. going into lunchtime, it is spotty to say the least. again you see it coming from due st and it will only increase as we go into the late afternoon. by the evening hours things will start quieting down and even clearing out, bringing us into the commute for monday morning. so, yes, there could be fog for tomorrow. but, watch what happens. we have a big shift in the winds, we are seeing that first system coming from the west, now, we are actually going to be driving it up from the south and that's going to be the trend from monday, tuesday, swenldz wednesday and it is looking to
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and we could see yen one yards of 3" in localized spots so somethingng we will closely monitor as we head through the middle of the week. a little accumulation today, probably a less than a tenth of an inch in mountaino rgwailfznj4z%wj)ynvz!.q"fte0'+q-"lk=![faqfbtm- vvb+, :j?juuhb$g=hu`33)sj&&"j)a3qy but maybe even bring in a bit of a intry mix. so, take a look at your afternoon highs today. you really can't beat it. however, you see the icon. a little bit of rain showers on the way. more as we head monday, tuesday, wednesday, even the possibility of a few thunderstorms on wednesday afternoon. clearing out those skies by thursday, and then slim chances and a little bit more sunshine on the way for the end of the week. >> evan: 7:14. right on the dot we are back in the "carolina kitchen" with chef adam wilson and roundry go2 maura of the square root and we made cinnamon french toast in the last hour and now we are doing this concoction over here. what is this? >> it's over the top.
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bacon cheese burghing. >> evan: wow, two of my favorite things. >> rodry go will make our sliders and i will show you the secret how to make a bloody ma i have mix. we have v. 8 mix. >> evan: i do like a good homemade bloody mary. >> you like it spicy? >> evan: i do, actually. >> a little pinch of celery salt and celery seed. >> evan: what is the difference between the two? >> both made from celery, one is more or less a seasoning salt. this is a little secret ingredient. i can't give them all aby from the square root. >> evan: i may come over here closer to see what you are doing. >> all right. a little fresh lime juice. >> and horseradish. how much? you like it spicy?
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and a little olive juice. i like the salt in there. >> evan: i like all those ingredients. >> you will go ahead and mix those together, and and rodrigo will fish finish off our skewer, we have olives, okra, pickle and bacon. >> evan: you really serve this in the restaurant? >> we are today. >> evan: wow. that is unreal. >> we will put our bloody mary mix in the shark, we have ice cubes and your vodka of choice. >> >> evan: that's a big shot, adam. and we w wl put our bacon on top of the cheese burger, a little lemon and lime. >> evan: you needed to leave room for the garnish to go in there, didn't you?
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that is our bacon cheese burger bloody mary. >> evan: wow. i'm sure we will be able took.com/news taste that in the next half hour, it's a meal and drink all in one, i don't know what to do. >> you can dunk it in there. >> evan: thanks so much, adam. we appreciate that. >> cheers. >> a famous local chef opens a new place in the south slope, we will introduce you to the man's smoking barbecue the old fashioned discover card. i missed a payment.
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>> evan: in 2007, a man with no formal culinary education opened the kitchen in the asheville. six years later he was named one of the best chefs in the southeast. now he opened the only whole hog wood burning barbecue restaurant in asheville. in today's "carolina moment," photojournalist john curly takes us to box ton hall barbecue to meet elliot mott. >> growing up, barbecue was part of my life. >> we had smokers taking over a lot of barbecue places. >> this is just some kosher salt. >> i wanted to do whole hog and that's kind of the lost art. >> it's an old farm, they are pasteurized pigs, a mix of five different breeds and larry has a story for each one of the breeds. when i finally moved to north carolina i was on the search and come to find out, that the barbecue i really had been hearing about was in the eastern part of the state.
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know, some of that up here in the mountains. >> oh my god it was so good. >> it's really good. >> delicious. >> the chef grandma influence. >> i did the brussel sprouts, which i thought were totally different. >> these were like barbecue. >> typically we put the pigs on at 8:00 at night and they cook all night long. and we pull them in the morning. they have been on for about 14 hours now. give me a hand? >> it's 180 pounds peace of meat it takes a while to k doo. you are getting a little bit of everything, the white meat, dark meat and the belly. the first mention of this building was in 1936 and it was the asheville skating club. who knows what happened even down here, you know, it could knows. >> i like to think that maybe one day somebody that works for me will open a whole hog joint and maybe asheville can be known for a whole hog barbecue.
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amen. um-hmm. >> evan: if you weren't hungry already, huh? to learn more about elliot's story and the history of asheville's barbecue go to wlos.com and click on "raw news" ( ) and we have his entire interview there. >> he is beside himself. e he didn't know what to think. i didn't either. i never saw anything like that. >> evan: random acts of kindness week concludes today with a lesson in karma. why our random acts really just completed the my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of
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>> zack: well come back, folks. a quiet start to the day but clouds and fog already rolling in through the mountains as well as the upstate. right now the leicester carpet sales skycam network is blinded by those low lying clouds. and the fog could be reducing visibility even down to less than a quarter of a mile this morning. so, take your time on the roadways, if you do run into any of the patchy dense fog. 42 degrees right now in asheville. absolutely incredible.
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up even more as we head further south. 51 degrees in greenville, with a bit of breeze from the southwest at 7 miles per hour. but, overall, i do think we will keep things on the calm side this morning. scattered showers expected later on this afternoon. and temperatures, wow, warm once again in the low 60s a i cross the region. >> evan: i will take the 60s with showers. >> zack: it's a little give and take right there. >> evan: as part of international random acts of kindness week, our morning team has been working to make your day brighter. >> zack: the last story of the series, evan and i went to target in arden and stumbled upon a woman who was practicing her own random acts of kindness. >> hey, ma'am, how are you doing today? >> i'm great. >> what is your name? >> carolyn. >> evan: i'm evan with news 13 and this is my buddy zack. whatatre you getting today? >> stuff i probably may not have needed before i got here. >> evan: that's usually when you walk in target, right? are you cleaning today?
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>> evan: nobody likes to buy cleaning supply, what if we bought all of your stuff today? >> that would be really sweet. you know what's funny, i was at pet smart and i paid for the person ahead of me because they rescued cats and i thought it was really cool so i bought all this cat food. >> evan: you're kidding. >> evan: see, now karma is coming back. >> it caught up with me. >> evan: when did that happen? >> just right before i came here. >> i was cashiering at pet smart, a fellow came through the line and bought $69 worth of cat food. and the woman in back of him asked him how many cats he had. and he said he had feral cats he rescued from the airport. and the woman said don't worry about your bill, she said, i got it. >> zack: pretty amazing. we ran into target and saw that woman, picked up her tab. a quick turn around for karma really? that's karma. i'm trying to figure out where these people are at ingals.
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nobody offers to pay for my groceries. >> evan: what did she buy? >> she bought a whole bunch of pet food, yeah. very nice lady. the man was just -- he was beside himself. he didn't know what to think. i didn't either. i never saw anything like that. it was great. actually. we totally stumbled upon her and that all happened and then we thought we have to go next door happened. >> zack: if you couldn't tell, he was from boston. >> evan: he and zack hit it right off talking about all sorts of northern stuff. >> zack: it's been a fun day and week. >> evan: it has. >> zack: i hope you guys enjoy it as well. >> evan: yeah. >> hope: okay. if you are looking for something even harder and carrier at asheville escape room, coming up next we have just the thing for
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the house in the now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this weekend. >> south carolina, we will never forget you. we will never forget you. we will never ever forget south carolina. >> evan: donald trump thanking supporters after winning big in the south carolina gop presidential primary last night. >> zack: here is how the final election results shaped up. >> evan: donald trump took 33%
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marco rubio and ted cruz really battled it out for second place. a dead heat but rubio coming slightly ahead. we have a lot to get to this morning including some live, not live, but we have some reports from last night, all the crews spread across south carolina. with a look at how that primary shaped up. but first, zack, how does it look outside? >> zack: warm but we will pay the price with more rain today. it will be scattered showers across our region. not a whole lot to be speaking of, but the heaviest of downpours is on its way as we make or way into the work week. and on top of that, you see the bottom line there, february thunderstorms, yes, one of those will be seen and how long this wet pattern will last, all the details coming up in a little bit. >> evan: senator ted cruz was in a tight race with marco rubio in second place for the south carolina gop primary. we start team coverage with the man who came in first. news 13's frank fraboni at the spartanburg marriott decided the victory party for donald trump. >>
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victory for donald trump here in south carolina, but one he is not taking for granted. >> but i just want to congratulate the other candidates. there is nothing easy aboutut running for president. i can tell you. it's tough. it's nasty. it's mean. it's vicious. it's beautiful. when you win it's beautiful. >> it's not what i expected. i was attorney between cruz and trump but i knew trump would take south carolina. >> nobody or anyone as a kid doesn't like common core, we want to get rid of common core and donald trump is the best person for it. >> the people in this community, every time i see them, they want education locally. the parents, the teacher, they went to do it. they don't want bureaucratics in washington telling them how to educate their children. >> >> reporter: south carolina is known for picking wins. the winner here has been the no, ma'am the nominee every year since 1980 with only one
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in spartanburg, frank fraboni, news 13. >> reporter: marco rubio celebrates the results in the south carolina primary and took the state with governor nicki haley, senator tim scott and representative tray go di, rubio says he is the one that can unite the republican party and it's a three. >> person race now, he predicts he is the one that voters will choose. >> and i know that our campaign gives us the best chance, not just to come together, not just to unify our party, but to unify our country and to grow this movement. >> rubio congratulated trump and praised jeb bush for running and now it's on to nevada. in columbia, aaron adelson, news 13.. >> emotions ran high saturday night at the stair fairground in columbia as ted cruz supporters came here by the hundreds. the crowd was completely silent or nearly silent as donald trump read his victory speech from the upstate. the crowd began cheering after
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announced he was dropping out of the race. and the crowd went wild after cruz took the stage touting his conservative record and predicting he would eventually take the gop presidential nomination, despite trailing trump in both new hampshire and now south carolina. >> and i will tell you this, i cannot wait to stand on that debate stage with hillary clinton, or bernie sanders or whatever other socialist they nominate. >> the truth is really revealed. i think more and more people are going to see that he really is who he says he is. >> reporter: with south carolina over, ted cruz will head to nevada and then to sec states for superted cruz, which is a must win for and the other candidates. in south carolina, darren botelho, news 13. >> evan: we have been telling you about a new physical adventure game in asheville that will put you to the test. the a. escape room and it's fun, exciting, maybe even a little bit scary. news 13's hope hanselman is live there now. and, hope, you have moved from
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house in the woods room -- oh, man. this looks scary already, hope. >> hope: i'm spooking things up this morning, evan. we moved over to the house in the woods room. i guess i can take this down. but, typically, when you're in this room, things are dark. you're not able to see a lot. you have these flashlights to figure out these clues around here. i have kyle ferrington with us this morning from a. escape. and just in case people haven't been tuning in throughout the morning, what are the basics of what you go through in one of the rooms? >> you go into enter into a team of 3-6, whatever friends and families you go with you, you have one hour to go figure out the puzzles and put it all together to make it out of the room in time. >> hope: you have one hour. if you don't make it in han hour, nothing happens to you. no one jumps out at you or anything. you just lose. unfortunately. but this room is packed with clues, even on the ceiling and every where you look. out. you guys see all kinds of people
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these things out. couples, work groups, what you see? >> right. it's great for couples and friends, it if you want to come hang out and have something to talk about. it's great for people you work with, for corporate events. we have had all sorts of people come in here and have a great time. >> hope: definitely some team building. you even said you have a bachelorette party? >> yes. >> hope: bachelorette in the house in the woods? they do house in the woods or mob boss? >> hope: i understand why. if you guys want to book some time, what is the best way to do it? >> the best way is to go on-line to the web site, a.-escape.com. we have all our times listed, the days we are open, all the availability. click a time, pick a day, and you are all set. >> hope: okay. it's supercheap. it's 15 bucks, there is nothing that compares to it. this room, i hear, is a lot harder than the mob boss room. you have, like, 5% of people who come through here actually get out on time, right? >> that's true. it is a real challenge. about 5% actually make it out.
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in the mob boss room i'm not going to try anything in here. we don't want to give any secrets away so you can come explore it yourself. thank you guys so much for having us this evening no. this was superfun. with we will send it back to you in the studio. >> evan: thank you very much, hope. something less scary and a little more fun, a "early bird gets the win" giveaway for you this evening no. yesterday, we previewed the asheville lyric opera's upcoming performance of the "magic flute" with a live opera singer here in the studio. >> zack: today we will give away two tickets to that very slow. it's all in early april. you have two shows to pick from, what you need to do and fairly quickly is go to facebook.com/news 13 to enter. >> evan: we will announce winner in just about 20 minutes this morning. so, you still have some time to enter. good luck to you. that one looks scary. >> zack: not sure i need go in that one. >> evan: zack said no way. the whole time he was like, gnome, not happening. >> zack: i'm sitting in the weather center shaking my head. no, i don't need any part of that.
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we have the fog rolling in, low lying clouds, so i do think that it's going to be warmer but we will pay the price with some of the cloud cover and some scattered showers. i will break down today's events and see some of the heavier
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details after the break. now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >> zack: welcome back. a quiet start to the day but we
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yes the rain showers are starting to move in towards the mountains, but right now they are reserved for the extreme western county, maybe even western macon county and parts of franklin could be seeing an early morning shower. but overall i think the scattered rain will be seen later on this afternoon. but the temperatures will be fairly warm. 42 degrees right now in asheville. that's closer to where we should be for our afternoon highs. 54 in burnsville, we are there in gaffney and we are also there down in the upstate. we see cooler temperatures as we make our way further north. not the case today. as i mentioned, a bit of fog around the region. maybe reducing visibility down to less than a half mile at times. so if you run into any of that dense or patchyo fog give yourself some time and avoid vehicles on the roadways to make sure you remain safe. here is the bigger picture you no. we see a broad cold front that's sweeping across the nation, but it's two systems that we will be looking at. the first one is this area of low pressure that will be sliding east and yes it will
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of activity later on this afternoon. but the heaviest accumulatn is going to be due to the low pressure system right now in central texas. that is also going to be progressing east. but picking up moisture content from the gulf of mexico and that's why we will see a bit of a shift in the winds. we will see the scattered showers coming from the west today, but then they will start coming from the south as we make our way monday, tuesday, and wednesday. spotty as we head to lunchtime. this is 12:00 today. later on this afternoon, it will become a little more scattered. watch what happens as we head into the evening hours. we start to clear the skies out ever so slightly. i think for our commute monday morning we will deal with the fog concerns once again, but as i mentioned, here is the shift in the upper level winds. we saw those showers rolling in from the west. now, we are actually going to see them coming up even due south. so it will engulf the upstate first and then we will see it in the mountains and i think the rain is going to continue for monday thru the middle of the week and then maybe even a little bit of a wintry mix on the way for thursday morning. with will get to the seven-day forecast in a moment.
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minimal for today, actually less than a tenth of an inch in most locations. by tomorrow we will ramp it up ever so slightly, maybe getting to a quarter or half an inch in localized areas but tuesday and wednesday, that's going to be the hardest hitting days. and at that point, we can even see some thunderstorm activity. not going to be the case today, just some scattered showers across the region. 63 degrees in asheville. really, amazing. we are in the upper 60s for those down in the upstate. we will side back our afternoon highs as we go into the work week. wednesday a few chances to thunderstorms and we will clear out the skies but the potential of a few flakes rolling through on thursday morning. but then by friday, the system will be pushed off. >> >>stan: the tar heelsmo past the tough loss to duke very quickly this eck woo. the team that showed up in chapel hill was on a mission to dominate the miami hurricanes. the home team sets the tone right from the start yesterday, let's pick it up in the first half when isaiah hicks misses
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johnson is there for the slam, putback, johnson scores 16 points and gets 15 rebounds to lead carolina. later in the game, justin jackson gets open for 3 and nails it. unc dominates this game and the hurricanes really never had a chance. as the heels beat miami 96 before 71. that means oping is in first place alone in the acc standings. if i told you that acc is leading a score, cat barber would put up only 8 points on saturday, that would be a pretty good chance that north carolina state might not win. but that's not what happened against clemson yesterday. the story of this game on saturday is wolf pack freshman maverick rowan who was red hot from the outside scoring 17 of his 20 points in the second half. north carolina state, beats clemson yesterday, 77-74. coach k. and rick pitino facing off, duke on the road at louisville. this game gets chip pi and i mean really bad. earlier in the second half there is a loose ball on the court, players from both teams dive on
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it gets aggressive out there. cardinals will respond and hit the big shot down the stretch. as louisville beats duke yesterday, your final 71-64. that's a look at sports. have a great start to your day, everyone. i'm luke notestine for news 13 dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection of breakfast sandwiches freshly made all day -- and now you can enjoy two english muffin egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches for $4.
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polls. it is ae question about trump though is, is there a support feeling for trump? and we don't know yet because we have had so many other candidates in the primaries dividing up the electorate. but, now, as we sort of win know down the number of candidates, we will start to says that for the theory there is only certain number of people who will support trump for the primary. and if that is the case it will get tougher down the road. by march 8th, 50% of the delegates in the republican primaries will have been handed out and by march 15th we will start to go towards the less conservative states and more winner take all states. it's really still up in the air for trump whroarpt he has the -- what it takes to win the nomination. >> evan: a lot of delegates awarded under the march 15th primary. >> and march 1st as well. >> evan: that's right. so last night, cruz and rubio almost a dead heat but rubio edged cruz out. how big is that for him?
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what this election showed and in south carolina is rubio is the consensus establishment candidate and again that's part of the win knowing process. if he sort of is seen as the clear establishment candidate and the support will move towards him when people like jeb bush drop out and probably later kasich and others. >> evan: so you mean that if only 30-35% of people total will support trump, he gets that support now, but he might not get that support when there is only two other candidates? >> exactly. with the process with so many candidate, that 35% support, if that is his ceiling he is winning these state, but he is not getting the majority, right? so if we can win know it down to two, then i think he will have a harder time. >> evan: okay. if trump does win the only nation, do you see anybody running as a third party candidate? >> the only name that's out there is michael bloomberg, right. he would run as an indepenennt candidate.
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with the democratic primary. if it looks like hillary clinton will win the nomination it will be less likely he will join in. be but he has to get himself on the ballots of all 50 state, different states have different requirements for how that happens and that will take time and money. so really the discussioio is he would have to start deciding by the beginning or middle of march if he is serious and spending the money to get on the ballots. >> evan: running out of time but won't run out of money for bloomberg. >> no. >> evan: last question, i want to skip ahead a little bit, vice president pocial nominee, who you think? >> well it's difficult because it depends on who gets nominated. for clinton, the sort of key name that people are talking is william castro, secretary of housing and urban development, a young rising star in the latino market from san antonio he is one name people are talking about. the other is interestingly elizabeth warren. >> evan: wow. >> because particularly if this
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between sanders and clinton gets mardi viesive, warren can be seen as a candidate that brings in the sanders people in the general election. >> evan: few seconds left. what about the republican side, let's say trump gets the nomination? >> i have no idea who trump would pick. >> evan: he is such a wild card, who knows. >> nicki haley is the name everyone throws around, the governor of south carolina is a rise star or it can be a more traditional choice like rob portman, a senator from ohio who may be the idea that he would bring in ohio which is a key state. >> purple and populous state. thanks so much. we appreciate you joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> evan: today's mind tedser, 7:50 on the dot. february's birth flower is the violet.
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as their state for i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto . xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto . hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while
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wisconsin, illinois school children voted to make the violet the state flower way back in 1907. >> evan: okay. let's look at the events happening across the mountains today. you may not get frost bitten with all the warm weather but you can still race for a good cause. the annual frostbite run is at the leelah patterson center in fletcher at 2 p.m. along with the race. a family fun di and wellness expo from 1:30-4:30. >> zack: listen up, dudes, yoga class for you. sanksanctuary brewing is holding a suds and suds, we have the opening of the tap room to start the day. >> evan: best idea ever. support the girls on the run at wnc with noble cider's first annual chile cook off. if you think you have the best chile, 15 bucks to register your masterpiece or if you want a taste, $5. that event is from 5:00 to 5:00 at noble cider in west asheville. >>zack: for more information or to get more information about
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to wlos.com and click on the "community" tab. >> evan: all right. we have a winner for you in this morning's "early bird gets the win" giveaway. congratulations to mary lee osesip. >> zack: you won two tickets to the "magic flute" we will e-mail you how to claim your prize. >> evan: congratulations. we come into the "carolina kitchen" at the square rootest restaurant, we have adam wilson and rodrigo to taste this cinnamon roll french toast and bacon cheese burger bloody mary. >> zack: where do we start here? how do you even bethe gin bebegin which to decide? >> which is the best part, the bloody mary or a burger? >> evan: it's a great mary. it has a kick. >> we serve it every sunday, specialize in it for the sunday brunch. >> evan: that's fantastic. we have to taste the burger, too. i have to be honest. we did taste the food earlier, we couldn't help it. >> zack: we do it every week.
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every week. maybe you do. >> zack: yeah, i usually grab a plate or two, it's fine. but before i start to stuff my face, we will go to the weather because i do that every week. i always have food all up in my face when i do weather. 63 degrees later this afternoon. yes, those are february temperatures. but we will see scattered showers. more on the way monday thru wednesday. even a wintry mix as we head into thursday morning. so, 72 hour wet pattern. >> evan: enjoy your weekend
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, huge wins! donald trump's decisive victory. >> i want to begin by thanking the people of south carolina. >> his big sweep in back-to-back primaries. gaining momentum. is he unstoppable?
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>> he will be the best president. >> and the tight fight for second place -- marco rubio's razor-thin win over ted cruz. as it's lights out for jeb bush. >> so tonight, i am suspending my campaign. plus, hillary clinton's vegas victory. intense campaigning in nevada paying off. >> the fight goes on! the future that we want is within our grasp! >> but bernie sanders a strong second, and looking ahead. >> well, now, it's on to super tuesday. thank you! >> "gma" breaking it all down this morning. also breaking overnight. a deadly shooting spree. >> shots fired, one confirmed victim right now. >> at least six people dead. a gunman spraying bullets randomly. >> this is your worst nightmare, where you have somebody just driving around randomly killing people. >> three different crime scenes, the city on lockdown.

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