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good morning, america. good morning, america. it's our second hour. all eyes on the massive storm sweeping across the country with 75 million people in the crosshairs. governors declaring states of emergency as snow slams the midwest overnight and a freezing wintry mix heads south and east next. our weather team tracking it all. also this morning, murdaugh family murders. a look at the "20/20" special taking you inside the true crime mystery about a powerful southern family. the new evidence and exclusive interviews. plus what's next in the investigation. the spears sisters getting personal after jamie lynn's exclusive abc news interview. britney and jamie lynn
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exchanging stinging statements on social media. jamie lynn declaring an end to her lifetime of staying silent while britney says her sister has stooped to a whole new level of low. inside the family rift playing out in the public eye. the anti-diet. a whole new way to tackle your health resolutions, how to embrace intuitive eating and make peace with your plate. our old friend dan harris is back with the answers. \m we always find a way back checking in a little closer to home. our chief meteorologist ginger zee on how she found the calm after the storm, opening up about mental health and her journey in her new book as she's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ good morning, america. so great to have you with us on a saturday. welcome to our second hour. coming up here our game day snack attack, right? our game time grub for the playoff season. janai is hogging all the food
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already right there on the desk. there is a reason they put it on your side instead of this side. >> they knew you'd say come here, you. >> you know me. >> that's exactly what he would say. >> of course. looking forward to that. first we have a lot of news to get to beginning with that massive storm sweeping across the country. >> some 75 million people in 33 states in the crosshairs as the storm makes its way through the nation. the storm dumping snow on the midwest making roads difficult. >> and this major winter storm now setting its sights on the south and the east coast leaving millions more bracing for snow, ice and freezing temperatures. >> so let's go back to abc's elwyn lopez in atlanta where the governor of georgia has already declared a state of emergency ahead of this system. elwyn, good morning once again. >> reporter: hey, whit. good morning again, that's right. georgia, one of several declaring a state of emergency bracing for what this storm might bring as it blasts its way here. this morning, a massive winter
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storm making its way across most of the u.s. putting 75 million people under winter weather alerts. in eastern iowa, drivers facing near whiteout conditions. and in northern iowa, this state patrol car struck by a semi. the trooper inside suffering minor injuries. the far reaching system now on the move already blasting west hope, north dakota, to st. louis, missouri, with nearly a foot of snow across the midwest in four states. in tennessee, people getting ready for the winter storm. >> we have extra jackets and gloves so we do travel with that in case we get stranded. >> i do not drive in the snow. >> reporter: at least five governors declaring states of emergency including here in georgia. >> we're mobilizing and prepared to deploy resources as needed to protect our state but be ready to assist neighboring states if needed. >> reporter: it's been four years since atlanta had any measurable snowfall and while it's unclear whether that will
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change this weekend, the mayor tells me the city is preparing for what this storm might bring. >> we have 40 pieces of equipment that's ready to go. we have 300 employees. gallons and gallons of brine so we're trying to stay ahead of it. >> reporter: tens of millions in the path of that wintry mix with snow, sleet and freezing rain, with the potential to cripple roadways, topple trees and trigger power outages. >> worried about maybe losing electricity? >> we might. you never know. >> reporter: and, eva, i spoke to the d.o.t. commissioner. he tells me they are ready for snow. their biggest challenge, he says, could be ice. eva? >> that's always the concern when the temperatures get that low in the south. thanks, elwyn. turning now to the tragedies that shattered a wealthy southern family. a new "20/20" true crime special examines the mystery surrounding the murdaugh family murders with new evidence and exclusive interviews. take a look. >> it was to be an afternoon of
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fun for these six young people. >> nobody saw the tragedy coming. they're going to drink. they're going to party. >> when he goes in the store, he's not 21. >> he's 19. >> he had his brother's i.d. >> the boat hits the piling and throws anthony and mallory into the water and mallory is nowhere to be found. >> you hear screaming from mallory. >> this isn't just a little accident. this is really, really bad. >> i just kept praying that they would see her and she just couldn't get to us but she was safe. >> 911. >> we're on the search team. we think we found her. >> people in the community, some thought he's going to get away with it. he is a murdaugh. >> were you worried there wasn't going to be a charge for what happened? >> yes, i was worried about that. >> do you feel like they're a
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powerful family? >> i do. >> 911. what's your emergency? >> this is alex murdaugh. i need the police. my wife and child have been shot badly. >> the young man who allegedly killed mallory has been shot and killed. >> shot multiple times. just took this story to a whole other level. >> state investigators have called in the fbi and they say they've uncovered other potential crimes. >> this is backwoods justice. >> it's almost too much to believe. >> it's wild. >> yeah, we dive into all of it. there's still so many questions in this case, though, we don't have answers to yet. you can watch this latest "20/20" streaming now on hulu. >> and following along with you, you've been covering it from the very beginning. >> we've been learning it as it happens. it's been absolutely crazy. >> you have owned that story and doing a fantastic job as sad as it is all around. >> all the victims, very sad. >> look forward to watching that. coming up, the spears family
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feud going public. britney and jamie lynn exchanging heated social media posts. and our very own ginger zee dropping by "gma" weekend and opening up about her new book. plus, the search for an oscars host is on and the academy wants to hear from you. more on that coming up in "pop news." what can i du with less asthma? with dupixent i can du more... yardwork... teamwork... long walks.... that's how you du more, with dupixent, which helps prevent asthma attacks. dupixent is not for sudden breathing problems. it's an add-on-treatment for specific types of moderate-to-severe asthma that can improve lung function for better breathing in as little as two weeks. and can reduce, or even eliminate, oral steroids. and here's something important. dupixent can cause serious allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis. get help right away if you have rash,
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whoo! >> yeah! >> i didn't realize this was everybody's jam. [ laughter ] >> hey, okay. >> we got special music this week. >> we love bruno. welcome back to "gma." time for "pop news." deejay megan ryte is in the house. is that why we have the better jams? >> i put some requests in to make sure everything was set for you guys today. >> you dropped a playlist. >> thank you.
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good morning. so "and just like that" we begin with "sex and the city." the new series is causing buzz as it shakes up the lives of carrie and the gang but the character everyone seems to be up in airports about is steve and me too. you may know him as miranda's long time partner. the hbo reboot finds him seemingly forgotten and being cheated on by miranda. in an article in "vanity fair" two of the series writers promise they love steve just as much as viewers, but that miranda's journey is an important one. they also promise there is more to come and we'll get insight into steve's own thoughts saying, quote, you're going to get that scene. we can't wait. i'm a big "sex and the city" fan and not any spoilers but i was upset that steve cheated during the series, but, but i don't know. i like steve. >> everybody likes steve. >> yeah, but -- >> but -- >> don't forget history.
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>> i agree with all of that, by the way. now from "sex and the city" to "vogue." "british vogue" unveiling its new february cover celebrating african models. now, take a look at these nine gorgeous ladies. the editor in chief saying these girls are redefining what it is to be a fashion model adding, we need to ensure these girls last. we have to invest in them. nurture them and support them. now, model adut akech saying there are so many of us, we just aren't going to go out of style. i hear that. see the full feature in the february issue of "british vogue" available digital download and on newsstands from tuesday, january 18th. looks gorgeous. >> everyone is raving about it. i was stuck on the pictures. it's majestic. incredible. >> beautiful. >> and their legs. >> yes. beautiful. finally the oscars has announced that they'll be welcoming a host for the first time in four years but there's just one catch. they haven't picked one yet. now the academy took to twitter
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saying, quote, hypothetically if we ask you, who would you want to host the oscars? this is strictly hypothetical. i feel like they need ideas. >> will ferrell. >> some of the most popular names is the charming cast of hulu -- the hulu hit "only murders in the building" with steve martin, martin short and selena gomez, also dionne warwick saying, fine, i'll do it. she is hilarious on twitter and one of the most popular picks and my personal favorite is the beloved muppets. you can't go wrong there. we'll have to see what's going to happen. but no matter what, the 94th academy awards will air on march 27th. i'm here for the muppets. >> i love that. >> we could see a beef between rocco and elmo play out on stage. >> hilarious. >> that would be perfect. >> fantastic, megan. >> great to have you.
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welcome. >> thanks for bringing the good jams. >> of course, anything. let me know. >> all right, megan, talk to you soon. we turn now to our "gma" cover story and the spears' sisters' fractured relationship playing out in public after jamie lynn's exclusive abc interview this week. britney and jamie lynn have exchanged heated words on social media with britney accusing her sister of stooping to a whole new level of low. our zohreen shah has the story. zohreen, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning. yeah, that strained relationship between the spears sisters is playing out in the public eye and they are using their social media with millions of followers to express their feelings about each other. now, this latest back and forth was actually sparked by an interview jamie lynn spears did right here on abc. she spoke about details from her book in an exclusive interview with our juju chang. she talked about family dustups saying earlier in the pandemic britney cursed at her and got in
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her face as she was holding her toddler, that she's always tried helping her sister but britney has to walk through the door. well, it appears britney is closing that door shut. she says she watched the interview and claims the book is being sold at her expense and that her family ruined her dreams and loves to hurt her. jamie lynn responding saying she will always love her sister but britney's words do not match what she tells her privately. she also added britney's posts made life very difficult for the family. britney responded saying, jamie lynn stooped to a new level of low. guys, the social media tension between those sisters continues, but, clearly the spears' saga did not end when that conservatorship did. guys? >> it sure didn't. zohreen, thank you so much. we did reach out to britney for comment and she did not respond. we'll continue to stay on top of this story. in the meantime, we want to transition to weather and toss it out to danielle breezy in for rob this morning from our affiliate wkrn-tv in nashville.
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good morning once again. >> reporter: good morning, glad to be with you from nashville. i will tell you we are getting ready for this winter storm down in the south. it has already produced whiteout conditions in some locations. i want to show you this video and what you'll see is this is dickinson county in iowa. blowing, drifting snow, wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. that is dangerous. you don't want to drive in that kind of weather. now, this winter storm, i want to talk about the timing here, is going to start as a cold rain for the deep south but later tonight it will transition to snow. saturday night into sunday morning from nashville all the way over to asheville, north carolina. now, here's the idea. it is going to turn to ice for atlanta to raleigh and then heads up the east coast impacting the i-95 corridor, snow first, then the rain and inland snow could be big, 6 to 12 inches. four to eight inches locally in nashville. that's what's happening around the country. here's what's happening where you are.
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perfect transition from weather to ginger zee. her first memoir, "natural disaster" chronicling her battle with depression. it touched so many people and she received thousands of messages of support. and now her new memoir, "a little closer to home" dives even deeper helping to heal and inspire others. from the big apple to the tiny island of palau, you've watched ginger zee span the world.
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a smile always on her face. >> i'm pretty much on the other side of the globe. >> reporter: but beneath that smile a deeply personal struggle, one she boldly shares in her new book "a little closer to home." her openness allowing her to heal and inspiring others to heal as well. >> a tweet i saw recently was someone saying, i would have never known because when i see you on air and through the tv it seems like you've got it all together. you're giving a voice to the fact that appearances are not always as they seem. >> i think i was exhausted by my forcing of people or wanting people to see me as perfect. i was exhausted. i was exhausted of doing that but i also couldn't do it because i knew i was so broken and in the best way. i love the broken parts of me now. i accept them. i have moved through them and processed them and so i fought so hard and so long that i think i was just relieved to finally allow people to see all of my faults. >> reporter: it's been a long journey. it took years for ginger to find the right therapist and ultimately get the help she
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needed. but then came the work. >> the focus on that journey in therapy is that i think -- is a big takeaway for a lot of people. it's that you have to keep trying. it's that you can be in therapy thinking you're working and you're not working what you need to. >> it's easy to do that, right? it's easy to just kind of have a buddy you talk to which is good. but we have a lot of buddies. i could talk to you. i think if you're going to have therapy it's like going to a personal trainer and just kind of half working out. why would you ever do that? you're paying to go there. you got to go dig deep. >> reporter: ginger advises mental health is always a work in progress. >> it never stops, the work. it's just like when you finally change your lifestyle and say i'm going to get in shape and take care of myself and eat right, you don't just do that for six months and then you're good to go. your brain needs to stay in shape too. some will be tougher. the front end when you need the really hard work but that maintenance never stops. >> reporter: she still has what
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she calls her gray days. what's different now is how she handles them. >> i wake up and it's usually in the morning that i can feel it right away so i've done this new thing. this will sound out there. i interview myself. so i'll be like, what is that? why are you feeling like that? then i write it down because as soon as you put pen to paper and say, this is me, it releases you on to the next thing. then i'll call my mom. i'll call my husband. i'll call my therapist. i'll let my team know the gray day is here. once they're aware they can help support me. as soon as i tell them, it starts to get better. >> a big thanks to ginger for that conversation that i was able to have with her and, you know, i know you read it, eva. her book tackles tough topics. sometimes i had to stop reading and take a breath. they're not necessarily topics you want to talk about first thing in the morning or over breakfast but they're important
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and ginger is doing so much to help break the stigma and keep the conversation going. >> not just in her book either. i mean publicly on social media when people come to her and ask her for things like she is very open about this on a daily basis and it really helps people feel comfortable with some of the things they may be dealing with as well. >> very raw and as are you encouraging us to support our mental health. >> so courageous. "a little closer to home: how i found the calm after the storm" is out and available now. coming up on "gma," look who it is. our pal dan harris is stopping by. hence why we're playing -- we'll be right back. pping by. hence why we're playing -- ♪ go, go, go, shorty it's your birthday ♪ ♪ we're gonna party like it's your birthday ♪
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you never told me your name. >> why do you want to know my name? >> i want to know who i'm looking at. >> what did you say? >> i want to know who i'm talking to. >> that's not what you said. >> what do you think i said? >> it was the dog bark, right? that took it to the next level. remember that killer scene, drew you remember that scene with drew barry more. a quarter century later, those faces serving up more scares. we have all those details coming up. >> i was hoping they didn't show the part where he pops up. >> then we would all scream. >> of course. now to a trend alert. i'm excited about this segment. the anti-diet. the concept encouraging people
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to transform the way they eat in 2022. the trimmest guy we know -- >> who is that? >> dan harris. i think you missed us. i think he wanted to wake up early to hang out. we are excited to talk to you about how you can revolutionize your relationship with food, dan. >> good morning, guys. i do miss you. eva, welcome back. your baby is adorable. i can't wait to meet the baby. >> well hopefully it will happen soon when it's not so cold to be outside. let's talk about food. that's within of the things we all do together, is eat. >> yes, that's true. >> so many people set out to diet at the start of a new year but you say that anti-dieting is the way to go. why is that? >> yeah, look, the studies seem to show that dieting which many of us do in one form or another doesn't actually work. that you're likely to gain the weight back so this anti-diet which is actually called intuitive eating flips all of
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that on its head and says instead of eating in a way that you're kind of living up to external standards, how about listening to what your body actually needs. the scientific term for this is interoceptive awareness. you can call it self-awareness or mindfulness, tuning into when you're hungry or full. some studies say this seems to be more effective. >> the big guy with the big words, dan. >> he always had the big words. miss that. >> dan, i know you had a whole episode on your podcast "ten percent happier" talking about this concept. you have four tips for adopting an anti-dieting out look. what's the first one? talking about this concept. >> the first one is honoring your hunger. this is really the principal notion of intuitive eating, or anti-diet. paying attention to whether
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you're hungry or not. dieting often puts us into this mode of we're unable to listen to our body because we're overriding the -- we're so focused on what the external sources tell us we're not listening to what our body is actually telling us. we can go into this deprivation mode where certain foods become forbidden fruit and then we overeat. so what you want to do is learn how to honor your hunger and meditation, of course, is very helpful in this. it's not an overnight flip of the switch. when i started getting interested in intuitive eating years ago, it took a while for me to develop the skill of being able to listen to what my body was saying as opposed to sort of eating until i felt vaguely sick. this is a skill you can develop. >> many of our viewers know your food journey played out right here on "gma" weekend. one of my favorite moments of all time working with you and we'll roll this clip as we go. i'm sure you remember. remember when you gave up sugar
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for a period of time? and then you literally fell off the wagon, there you are, taking a bite. what was that, a cupcake or a doughnut? >> look how shocked we are. >> right in front of us but now you say it's time to end that war, that tension with food. tell us about that as we enjoy -- continue to enjoy this clip. >> yeah, that was a delicious doughnut cooked by my friend and, yes, i spent a lot of time -- look, this is something a lot of men don't talk about. but almost every man i know, especially those on tv, spend i think an embarrassing amount of time obsessing about like what we're eating and how do we look in the mirror, et cetera, et cetera, and eating disorders are on the rise and that includes men too. and i don't think i had an eating disorder, per se, but given the pressure of being on television, just the pressure of living in this culture where everybody is looking at us all the time on social media even if we're not on television, i did find that my mind was chewed up, so much of my bandwidth was
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chewed up with this boring internal conversation of what i should or should not eat. i took sugar off the table for awhile because every time i ate one oreo, it turned into a sleeve of them, but i decided maybe i can do this and eat it in a way that i don't go into starvation or deprivation mode and have a more balanced relationship with sugar. >> well, that often leads to some sort of shame. how do our emotions play into all of this with eating? >> yeah, i mean i think there's a huge part of it. psychologists talk about h.a.l.t., hungry, angry, lonely or tired. when we're in one of these states that we don't want to look at, sometimes we paper over it with comfort eating and there are other more effective ways to handle your emotions like calling a friend, meditating,
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taking a walk. and i'm not saying you should never have a bowl of ice cream at the end of a tough day. but if you're really trying to avoid something deeper, maybe there are healthier ways to work with your emotions rather than just blindly turning to food. >> and, dan, everything you're describing, it sounds like sort of taking a more gentle approach and being more gentle with yourself about all of it. talk to us about gentle nutrition. >> yeah, a lot of people hear this idea. i certainly -- when i heard this idea, i was like, wait a minute, what about actual nutrition? we know what is good for your body and what isn't good for your body and the folks behind intuitive eating say that's true but let's emphasize nutrition later after we learn how to listen to our bodies and let's do it in a gentle way which means, yeah, maybe cookies aren't the best to have but having a healthy relationship where you can have cookies once in a while, that should be okay. nutrition is important but apply it gently. >> you are one smart cookie,
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dan harris. >> we miss you, dan. >> we do. >> it's so great to see you. >> and it's nice we can still have you as our guru sometimes. >> yeah. >> and you guys can also learn to build a better relationship with food. you heard janai mention this, the free anti-diet course on the ten percent happier app, download it wherever apps are found and join today. >> always great to see dan. coming up here, something wicked comes this way. hmm. two a-listers taking on "macbeth." that's next in "binge this." n "" t has your moderate-to-severe eczema, or atopic dermatitis under control? hide our skin? not us. because dupixent targets a root cause of eczema, it helps heal your skin from within, keeping you one step ahead of it. and for kids ages 6 and up, that means clearer skin, and noticeably less itch. hide my skin? not me. by helping to control eczema with dupixent, you can change how their skin looks and feels.
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spanking new "scream" and this one as you mentioned is set 25 years after the events of the original by the late wes craven, the fifth installment. this is by no means your grandmother's slasher right here. there is a new killer behind the mask and he is more tech savvy than mark zuckerberg. he is a whiz when it comes to using home high-tech devices and phone cloning software in order to carry out his plans. some of our faves are back, neve campbell, back for more carnage looking exactly how she did 25 years ago. courteney cox as well reuniting with her former husband, her ex, david arquette and these legends are teaming up with a new generation to try to figure out who the mystery killer is. twists and turns to keep us guessing, lots of sly humor. but the big question, can these gen-zers figure out what it takes to survive a horror flick or will it be curtains for them? only one way to find out because i won't tell you. this movie is in theaters now.
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>> i know, a lot of people want to see it. let's talk about two oscar winners taking on shakespeare. what can you tell us? >> first of all, if denzel is in it, i am there. i'm sure you are as well. do not miss out on "the tragedy of macbeth" streaming right now on apple plus. also in movie theaters and this is a very modern, very stylish take on the murderous scottish play. it's absolutely fantastic. beautiful, look at the cinematography right there. black and white. you have denzel, who, of course, is a veteran shakespearean actor who kills it in the role of macbeth who descends into murder, mayhem and madness as well. a ton of oscar buzz. will he do it in 2022? speaking of oscars, last year
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best actress winner, frances mcdormand is playing the role of lady macbeth who, of course, is a very ambitious woman. gets her husband into all sorts of trouble as any good wife should. i would say no spoilers here but it's hard to spoil one of the most famous plays in history. we all know how this ends but we have never seen "macbeth" quite as cool as this. >> we're very much looking forward to it. eva was quizzing us on our shakespeare before we came on, did not go well. a bit embarrassing. we'll catch up in the film. let's talk about "suicide squad." the universe is growing. give us the scoop on that. >> yes, so "peacemaker" is the superhero that none of us want to be saved by. let me meet my fate, thank you very much. a brand-new series on hbo max, a whole lot of fun, based on the dc character and as you said
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it's a spin-off of "the suicide squad" movie from last year. this is a guy who is super insensitive, totally obnoxious but growing on us in this tv series. he is a peacekeeper, hence the name, somebody who will stop at nothing to keep the peace, including killing anyone who gets in the way of that with absolutely no remorse. john cena as you see him there is absolutely hilarious as the title character. you have to be impressed by his high tech devices. he has a fully functional helmet he wears and has his own jetpack. i mean what can i say? this guy is super fly, definitely one of the most bizarre characters from dc but one episode in and you are going to be hooked. >> ah, so much to be hooked on. sharon, thank you so much. and we're going to get a check now of the weather. danielle breezy is in nashville
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from our affiliate there, wkrn. danielle? >> reporter: i know we are watching for a winter storm, but i want to show you some gorgeous video. this is winter video here and this is actually roaring fork river. this is in colorado and this was an ice jam that was released so look at the gorgeous ice just floating down the river. this is a drone video. gorgeous video there. i love that. now, i will tell you this, you're still in the freeze up in the northeast tomorrow. windchill values could be as cold as 30 below zero in spots. it's going to feel like 1 in new york city tomorrow morning. 8 in pittsburgh. 14 in d.c. and, by the way, a nice warm-up is coming. wee chicago go to 38 and by tuesday and nashville and raleigh go to 47. that's what's happening around the country. this is what's happening where you are.
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this is my favorite part of the show. we got food. this is my favorite part of the show. we got food. eva is already eating. we're back now, game day snack attack. hut, hut, hut. not ready, set, hut. ready, set, go. we got it. playoffs are in full swing getting ready for the cardinals to take on the rams this monday night right here on abc and here with great game time grub is chef ashton keefe. good morning, ashton. how are you?
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great to have you. >> good morning, thanks for having me. happy game day season. >> yes, ready to jump into the food here. so you don't want to be in the kitchen, of course, when the game is on, right? you want to be watching the game, focusing. so you say the first one is all about set it and forget it. >> absolutely. so set it and forget you, you can sit on your couch and let the instant pot do the work for you. this is really easy. my buffalo chicken lettuce wrap so i'm combining buffalo chicken wings and tacos and making it a little healthier. what i'm going to do is just add -- i've got chicken breasts here and onions, celery, garlic, butter and hot sauce and then what i'll do is add it all to my instant pot. you guys will see me slide this in. perhaps not as gracefully, there we go and then i'm going to put my hot sauce in. you can use the oven for this. you can use a slow cooker. you can do pork.
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yu can do spaghetti squash. a lot of variety to this and then you literally put the lid on. it cooks for 15 and some of these actually even have like wi-fi capability so you don't even have to push a button. >> you can customize this to make your own. >> absolutely. this is the shredded chicken that comes out. i'm using lettuce wraps. you have them in front of you too. we'll make this together. but you can use like hoagie rolls or hamburger rolls, romaine, whatever you have and i put the lettuce like this and i'll add a little bit of my chicken, and i have and you have in front of you radishes, jalapeno, goat cheese and you can stuff them however you want so get your kids involved. get your family involved and it's a great way to empty out your fridge. >> ashton, real quick because of course, nachos are a game day must. you have a fun take on these,
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right? >> absolutely. use any leftover vegetables, roast them up and then pop them on your nachos. then you can cut of cut back on the cheese. add what you have left over in your fridge, herbs, roasted vegetables and really delicious and it's a great way to start the week and have a great day. >> ashton, thank you so much. remember, when the nachos stick together it counts as one nacho. very important. we appreciate it, ashton. all these recipes on our website, goodmorningamerica.com. we'll be right back.
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we have to tell you to sta we have to tell you to stay tuned to abc. catch whit at the desk on "world news tonight." pulling a double. >> we're back after football season. erleaders. announcer: abc7 mornings. julian: i am julian glover. california is hosting the four job fairs at mclaren park from 10:00 until 1:00. this includes food service workers, summer camp assistance, lifeguards, recreation leaders. you can find more on the available jobs at sfpark.org.
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the next job fairs next saturday. today the monster energy supercross track takes place in oakland. 26 billion pounds of dirt inside ring central coliseum. is hosting the second round of supercross series. oakland is one of 15 stops in the series which includes some of the biggest names in the sport of motocross. it starts at 30 time tonight. it starts at 6:30 tonight. the space museum will open tonight after temporarily closing because of covid. that means free telescope viewings. astronomers will be on hand to give guests the chance to explore the stars and planet. the observatory deck offers views 1500 feet above the bay. tickets available on the website. we check back in with meteorologist lisa argen. lisa: we had a big corruption in the south pacific. it was a volcano and because of that we are under a tsunami advisory.
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it is a series of successive surges that can be enhanced and i am bringing up way height -- wave heights 1 to 3 feet higher. good idea to stay out of the water away from the coast line and keep safe the next few hours as we ride this out. julian: thank you. up next, a tsunami advisory as lisa mentioned in effect along the bay area
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>> from abc 7, live, breaking news. julian: a tsunami advisory has been issued for the west coast, including here in the bay area after a tsunami hit the largest island, sending waves flooding to the capital after an underwater volcano in the south pacific exploded in a violent russian -- eruption. we want to show it to you here. this is showing the massive as cloud -- ash cloud. stu nami advisories were also issued as far away as new zealand's north island. the warning centers sent tsunami waves of 2.7 feet, just shy of three feet high, on the largest island. no word on any injuries yet this morning. we want to get to meteorologist lisa argen.

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