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hit by one of the car is in bad as all of this sounds, no one got hurt. carol: the power lines went down like dominoes, and as you can see, some of the poles snapped in half. michael: here is chairing -- cherrydale, and if you go to an air you are a traffic light is not working, simply treated as a four-way stop. carol: a tornado ripped a two-mile path through pensacola. mike: and here is some tornado damage in a town northeast of raleigh. chief meteorologist john cessarich says it was traveling at a speed of 50 miles per hour. carol: and we were lucky.
that hung in as long as it could, and then by the time it broke up, most of the energy dynamic shift off to our east and then raced off to the east and produced that tornado northeast of raleigh. those cells are moving up towards new york city, and i will talk about that. it's just the pressure gradient between the storm system to our north and high pressure down in the gulf of mexico. 46 mile-per-hour wind gusts in spartanburg, also in anderson, 41 mile-per-hour. it is still very breezy out there, to say the least, and we will still see wind gusts, and then we are looking at snow showers moving across the area. a winter weather advisory's darts in these areas overnight tonight, and they could see up to one inch. here is what it looks like outside.
the upper dead, still windy conditions and limited snow showers. winter does not went to go away anytime soon. that is for sure, and we will look ahead to the weekend later on. michael: and remember, when the bad weather hits, just turn to the wyff 4 weather app, and you can get the latest closings as well. carol: right now, hundreds of thousands of people in the dark. duke energy has said that more than 750 in franklin county are without power in franklin county. michael: and more than 10 thousand in south carolina, in greenville county alone, more than 3000 people in the dark. carol: more than 80 in oconee county. for the latest, download the
officials say a flight was scheduled to take off this evening heading to atlanta, put the pilot was told to hold off on the runway the cousin of the weather, and that is when they struck a light pole. the plane made it back to the gates, and no one was injured. and turning to commitment 2016, you may not realize there is a third person running in saturday's emigrated primary. michael: dr. willie wilson is on the ballot. john lyon was at a town hall meeting in greenville tonight. john: willie wilson signs a book for someone he hopes will vote for him in saturday's emigrated primary. >> it was brought up in a way. john: you might be wondering, who is willie wilson?
as a middle school dropout, and now he works for a medical supply company that makes $60 million a year in sales. dr. wilson: i am an example of the american dream. people can look up and see you can make it. john: his next goal is the presidency, bringing his modest campaign to the phyllis wheatley center in greenville. dr. wilson: people are struggling, and that is why i have dedicated myself to this cause. john: he is running against hillary clinton and bernie sanders, bringing over 5000 to his last stop in greenville. he even says the party is against him. dr. wilson: they say they have not sanction me, so therefore, i am not a democratic candidate. john: also a christian, dr. wilson is running on a
he also wants to focus on america's problems first. dr. wilson: you can have far more people. that is why i am here. john: wilson is only on the ballot in several states, and he says it is an uphill battle, and hopes to surprise the establishment saturday night. john lyon, wyff news 4, greenville. michael: and front runner hillary clinton has been campaigning in west columbia, and steve heard, the husband of cynthia hurd, she was one of the emmanuel nine killed in charleston last summer. mrs. clinton: we will lose 33,000 people a year, on average 90 people a day. i just find it appalling that in our country, we are not coming
ways to keep guns out of the wrong hands, and i'm going to keep working on it react michael: you can see more of that tomorrow night on wyff news 4. carol: a sign that they are eager to put the contentious primary fight behind them. senator reid: hillary clinton, i think my work with her over the years is something i have looked upon with awe. she started the trend about doing something about health care. she understood the issue well. she was on the front of health care during that administration. i also think she is the woman to be the first president of the united states who is a female. carol: clinton also won the endorsement of the longshoremen's union.
michael: not exactly a habit of campaigning, since april of last year, mrs. clinton and mr. sanders have made fewer than 30 visits to south carolina, only six visits to the upstate. in comparison, gop candidates have visited the upstate nearly 70 times. >> i do not know if you have looked around your neighborhood, but there are whole lot of democrats -- there are not a whole lot of democrats in the upstate. we have a few pockets of them. there are few. michael: and they have no scheduled trips north of columbia before the primary. carol: and fresh off a win in nevada today, donald trump was back on the campaign trail visiting the region university in virginia beach. he is getting some support from congress.
endorsement from sitting congress members, with duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york who say they are backing donald trump. michael: the texas governor. two men had a rally in houston today, and they were in support of the two most powerful people, including abbott and lieutenant governor dan patrick. and today found john kasich back on the stump in the south. he skipped campaigning after the votes of the nevada caucus and is focused on the super tuesday date. carol: and as for ben carson, he had no scheduled events today according to his website. his campaign will host caucus training sessions saturday and sunday.
with the campaign chairman, retired major general bob dees. michael coleman and a final debate before super tuesday, kicking off tomorrow night, and cnn will air it live from texas and the university of houston. carol: resident obama is considering a republican to replace the late justice antonin scalia. he is being affected by the white house, sandoval, a former federal judge, considered a moderate republican in his home state. republicans said they were be no hearing on a nominee by the president. as you may recall, justice scalia died 11 days ago. he was 76. michael: senator lindsey graham is speaking out against president barack obama's plan to close the prison at guantanamo bay, cuba. lindsey graham joins fellow
and kelly i ought. they say the plan does not include any information about where the future detainees should be hell. lindsey graham says this is a plan that sets a good example for the handling of future detainees. >> what the world needs is a leader. michael: senators called on the republican and democratic colleagues to come up with a better plan. carol: coming up, one spartanburg teenager donated her entire birthday gift to a hospital. michael: and facebook games expression. after years of clamoring for it, users now have some new options for how they feel about things. john: and in the carolinas and
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>> we were really close, and my father passed away from cancer, so i wanted to make a donation for other people. carol: the funds will go towards the spartanburg regional cancer special needs fund which will help pay for medicine, transportation, and other unexpected expenses for cancer patients. michael: today, facebook change their likme button. if you hold down the like button, you will get five more emojis, and you can now pick from light, love, humor, anger, wow, and sad. and that is an economics professor. he joined the new hip-hop dance
it took place at the school auditorium. it was a full house. announcer: now, your live super doppler 4 hd weather forecast. john: the wind advisory continues for about the next 45 minutes, the top of the hour at midnight. the wind is still gusting across the area, and it will still be very breezy and getting cold across the area. a winter weather advisory kicks in overnight tonight until 7:00 in the morning on friday, and we have snow showers in these areas, and we are expecting from one to four plus inches. the closer you get to the tennessee line, the higher the elevations, moore, and the further away you get, less. maybe a couple of inches in
some blowing snow across the area. it will continue. and maybe a dusting of up to maybe an inch in the georgia mountains. this is until 10:00 tomorrow morning, so winter is hanging around for quite a bit. you can see the cold air coming in. a squall line developing, heading out to sea. and there is a storm system, so you can see these bands of showers coming through, and this is the line. this touched in around here, and this is just northeast of brighton. these are racing off to the northeast, anywhere from 50 to 70 miles per hour. that shows you how strong that jetstream was, and we are lucky that it shifted off to the east. this goes all of the way into new jersey and even new york city.
these storms have weakened, and it is probably not tornadoes, but we could see some damaging winds in the big apple tonight. up to an inch of rain during the day today, an inch and a half in anderson, and we talked about the peak wind gusts. 43 miles per hour in downtown greenville. 41 mile-per-hour wind gusts in asheville. and on top of the peace center in downtown greenville, we are talking about partly cloudy skies, and it is cold across the area. look at these temperatures. 42 in toccoa. greenville, 43. spartanburg, lawrence, and cold temperatures. these are sustained winds. 22 miles per hour. this gives us a wind chill of 33, a wind chill of 32 in spartanburg, and the wind goes
least. 42 in atlanta. here comes the cold air. it has not quite reached the beaches. 38 degrees in little rock, arkansas, and 35 degrees in cincinnati. the back of the system, look how big this is. the back edge of the snow, right about here, the central port of illinois. and this is anywhere from two to six inches of snow. and now it has tapered off and has shifted off to the east, and you can see traffic has slowed down quite a bit in central illinois. still, this is quite the storm, and this is beginning to move up into michigan and canada. 19 right now at international falls, minnesota. as we go through the night tonight, this will continue
still windy conditions, and the wind will pick up in the mountains, especially as we go through the afternoon hours, more strong wind across the hours. partly cloudy skies in the upstate, a colder wind, overnight low 38 degrees, a few scattered snow showers, windy, colder, 33. mostly sunny skies tomorrow, but the wind is picking up speed. a forecasted high of 53 degrees. we will start out in the 40's. scattered rain tomorrow and snow showers, windy, the temperature 41 degrees. we may luck out and get into the low 40's by noon. either way you slice it, with that wind, it will feel like
find out about the contract situation of one of the league's top quarterbacks, and one of the items was negotiations with greenwood's josh norman. >> if not, there are options, and maybe this is how it gets used. marc: he means placing the franchise tag on norman, which allows them to keep him for another year. he would be among the top five highest-paid quarterbacks in the league, about 15 million dollars for next season, and squaring off for a 9:00 game, usc still has a chance to win the regular season tiger. they have got to take down the vols tonight. gamecocks came out scoring, duane notice, and then before the break, it is notice again, and carolina takes a lead to the locker room.
we see the big man with a fake reverse, putting usc up by 23, and then we love this, south carolina students get a free chi ck-fil-a sandwich. and another double double from the senior, 16 points, 10 rebounds, michaelcarrera. now 10 wins for them. and a lasting to punch a ticket to this week's upper stick-back about championships, the panthers will play keenan on saturday at the bon secours wellness arena. check out the mobile app, with all of the games and start times at your fingertips. and a win over winthrop, bottom of the first, already 3-0, gamecocks. and then a night late in this
6-0, south carolina after one. top of the second, striking out the side, usc starter caden cropper. 16-4. usc plays a weekend season game with penn state. and the wofford team continues, now 4-0 after a win at upstate. note midweek games for the clemson teams. james madison on friday, and we are just a week away and the annual clemson south carolina series, and on monday, the mets outfielder yoanis cespedes rolled up to spring training in a tricked out truck, and today, a $400,000 lamborghini. if that were not enough, this thing has 80,000 dollars in upgrades, and i am just getting started.
i think that if one were to look at the qualifications of the candidates and really reflect upon what our country can be, and look at who can best get us to that place. i think it's hands down hillary clinton. hillary is the only candidate i trust to fight the injustice too
many feel and build on the president's progress, not rip it away. my heart has always been with hillary clinton.
and by tomorrow morning, it will be breezy, but it will be cold. either you want -- either way, you lose. tomorrow afternoon. then lighter wind on friday. i am looking forward to sunday afternoon, because that is a little bit of a warm-up. but we have to wait three days until we get there. michael: ok, thank you. carol: thank you for watching. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org]
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