That's Nola enjoying her first snow yesterday in Madison. Tracy sent that picture in. I get the feeling, though, that Nola won't be enjoying the cold so much this morning. It was 10 degrees when I drove over Monte Sano this morning. And the wind chill? Suffice it to say it was much colder.
Meteorologist David Ernst is compiling all of the temps and wind chills for you right now. He's also looking at the possibility of more precipitation for tomorrow. So, check out his Weather On The Tens during our morning show.
There are several school delays and cancellations this morning. Here's the latest list, as of 4:00 a.m. http://bit.ly/1kv5cmT
And here are a couple of reminder links for the cold. This one's on how to help kids prepare for the cold http://bit.ly/1DunS4v Muriel Bailey is braving the cold and will join us live with more on that at 5:00 and 6:00. And here's one on pets http://bit.ly/1Fxbql7 Muriel's up live with that at 5:30 and 6:30.
In other news, investigators need your help to solve a 2010 murder case, and you could earn some money doing it. The extremism summit continues in Washington. We'll hone in on today's focus and why some critics say President Obama's missing the point.
And what's the deal with that "country's most dangerous schools" list. One valley university is now off the list, but another one's on. We'll sort it out for you at 5:35.
Join us for much, much more on WAFF 48 News Today. And please, be careful out there this morning.