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. good morning. wintery mess. the carolinas cleaning up this morning after another storm dumped several inches of snow and more freezing rain. a plane even skidding off the runway in north carolina. and now millions from the deep south to the northeast dealing with unusually brutal cold temperatures. we'll have the full forecast. the trump papers, the january 6th committee now pouring over hundreds of pages of documents that the former president had fought to keep out of their hands.
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reportedly among them, a draft of an executive order that would have allowed the defense secretary to seize voting machines after the 2020 election. what this means for the investigation surrounding last year's attack at the capitol. breaking news, arnold schwarzenegger's accident, the terminator said to be doing okay this morning after he was involved in a car crash in los angeles, sending one woman to the hospital with serious injuries. those stories plus rail car robberies, growing concern around los angeles with thieves plundering trains, stealing thousands of packages and leaving a huge mess behind. a scene looking a lot like the old west as investigators try to put an end to the crimes. "today," saturday, january 22, 2022. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with peter alexander, kristen welker, and dylan dreyer.
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welcome to "today," and thank you so much for joining us on this saturday morning. peter good to be with you. i don't know about you. you but i had to run to my car today. it is freezing out here. >> we showed up with several more layers. 4 degrees, the wind chill where we are near the capitol in washington. we're covering that and other stories, including further signs of hope in the battle over coronavirus cases. we're going to look back at the late louie anderson's life as fans and friends remember the legendary comedian who passed away on friday after a battle with cancer. we are going to have more on all of that coming up, but we want to begin with our top story that a lot of us are living. this latest round of winter weather. snow hitting the carolina's once again and now the unbearable
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cold impacting millions. somara theodore is tracking this one for us. what are you watching this morning? it's bitter in a lot of places. >> down right cold out there. i will say that storm has pulled out, so that's the good news. now we're dealing with the reinforcing cold air. you can see the air mass over areas like the upper midwest into the great lakes. right now temperatures in buffalo 2 degrees, a wind chill of minus 9. pittsburgh the actual air temperature is negative 2. here in washington d.c. we are down to a wind chill of 4 degrees. it's cold and getting colder. keep that winter coat out. i know we had a lot of fluctuations at the beginning of winter but keep it on deck. we are looking at single digits in minneapolis, chicago 19 degrees by tuesday. nashville, 41 by tuesday. it's only getting colder. you can see the storm moving
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out. a lot of our friends in the carolinas may be waking up to those winter watches and warnings expired. but please be careful because roads are still slick and dangerous. stick around we're talking about some areas of the country seeing snow this weekend. >> we are keeping our coats, gloves, scarves all of it on deck. we'll get the rest of your forecast in just a little bit. thanks. to the situation overseas. overnight the first shipment of military aid from the u.s. arrived in ukraine in hopes of deterring a russian invasion. it comes a day after the secretary of state met with top russian officials and urged them to stand down. matt bradley is watching all of this for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. negotiations in geneva between the u.s. and russia continued right up until yesterday and now they'll set to spill into next week. even if diplomacy has reached an
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impasse, both sides are still busy arming themselves and bolstering their borders. today u.s. help is on the way. as the first shipment of 200,000 pounds of lethal american military aid arrived in ukraine overnight. backing up a country bracing for war. near ukraine's border with russia, the tension is palpable. >> on the edge of something very terrible and scary. >> if someone tries to take our freedom again, we will fight back. >> reporter: just over the border, more than 100,000 russian troops are practicing. ready to invade ukraine. this weekend, president joe biden huddling with security advisers at camp david after top russian and american diplomats met in geneva friday, scrambling to stop a war. u.s. secretary of state antony blinken held negotiations with
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his russian counterpart. >> if russia wants to begin to convince the world it has no aggressive intent toward ukraine, a very great place to start would be by de-escalating. >> reporter: sergei lavrov pressing russia's demand, that ukraine never be allowed to join nato. the russians say europe and the u.s. are aggressors. our concerns are not about imaginary and real threats, stuff nobody is hiding. sending hundreds of military instructors. both sides agreed to keep talking even as military equipment keeps flowing in. russia sending fighter jets to belarus. a rivalry reminiscent of the cold war that could soon turn very hot. guys, there's a big, big problem for the white house. even as they're trying to keep russia at bay, they're still trying to manage expectations.
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the biden administration has already kind of tied their own hands by announcing they won't be sending u.s. troops to defend ukraine. so even if this disploem si fails, if there is war, it's going to be difficult for them to put pay for any threats they actually make against russia. >> thank you. escalating tensions there and challenges at the white house as well. members of the january 6th committee investigating the attack at the capital now have hundreds of pages of documents from former president trump's time in office. they include the draft of an executive order that would have allowed the administration to seize voting machines after the election. josh letterman is at the white house with more on this. josh, good morning to you. >> reporter: kristen, good morning. the former president's lawyers fought for months in court to shield these documents from the committee. claiming executive privilege, but it didn't work. this morning, the january 6th committee combing through former president trump's papers.
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more than 700 pages that mr. trump tried to block them from getting. the national archives handling them over less than two days after the supreme court gave the green light. >> i would say the supreme court decision is probably the single biggest day of the investigation so far. >> reporter: the committee sought his calendars, emails with state election officials and a draft of an executive order on election integrity. politico obtaining that document which would have directed the military to seize voting machines. mr. trump never signed the order. this as multiple investigations swirling around mr. trump on his inner circle. new york's attorney general laying out evidence she's gathered on mr. trump and his children, as she investigates the family's business practice. rudy giuliani and sidney powell subpoenaed by congress. and ivanka asked to testify about what she heard and saw on
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january 6th. it's unclear whether she'll cooperate. and now a georgia prosecutor requesting a special grand jury to investigate whether trump committed crimes in that state's election. at issue, the post election phone call pressuring georgia's secretary of state, brad raffensperger. >> i just want to find 11,780 votes. which is one more than we have. because we won the state. >> reporter: this morning, mr. trump defending himself, insisting i didn't say anything wrong in the call. but brad raffensperger, a republican, saying he'd be willing to testify before a grand jury. >> we already have cooperated. any information they've requested, we've sent it to them. >> let me ask you about another headline you're tracking this morning, a texas man is under arrest for making threats towards georgia election officials? what can you tell us?
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>> reporter: prosecutors have charged him with a crime, saying on the day before the january 6th attack, while georgia was holding the special election for u.s. senate, stark posted on craigs list offering $10,000 to quote exterminate elections officials in georgia. clark wrote it's our duty as patriots to put an end to the lives of the traitors. attorney general merrick garland said protecting election officials from threats is a top priority. this is the very first case brought by a new elections threat task force that the justice department created last summer but likely not the last. the task force has gotten more than 850 reports of threats to election workers across the country. >> disturbing. josh letterman, thank you for that report. this morning while covid cases are still hovering around 1 million new infections each day, experts say they're seeing signs the wave is beginning to
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peak, at least in some cases. while the cases seem to be easing on the east coast, hospitals in the west are still overcome by a omicron. kathy park is outside a hospital in new york city with more. good morning. >> reporter: peter, good morning to you. for the first time in week est we're seeing a lower number in the positive rate here, fell under 10% on friday. while we're seeing improvement in other parts of the country, hospitals are being gripped by omicron and they're asking for help. this morning, cautious optimism with covid cases falling in the northeast, including new york, where they've seen a 66% drop in two weeks. >> we have been waiting for this moment. we are finally trending the direction we want to go down, and that is downward, downward, downward. >> reporter: despite signs of improvement, the rest of the country isn't moving at the same
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pace. based on nbc analysis, covid hospitalizations are up 35% in the past two weeks and two dozen states are still reporting a spike in infections. in arizona, health experts say omicron is raging and its peak is still weeks away. >> it is finding people very easily because it's so contagious, it's as contagious as measles almost. >> reporter: in st. louis hospitals pushed to the limit and federal aid is on the way. >> this is the first time that the health care systems have requested help. >> reporter: and a hospital in san diego, patients are overflowing into field hospitals. >> we're sending somebody to the icu or seeing somebody pass away every shift, every day. >> reporter: hopeful news on friday. the cdc released new data that show that boosters are 90% effective from severe illness against omicron. >> protection is highest for
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those who are up-to-date with their vaccination. meaning those who are boosted when they are eligible. >> reporter: another reminder to help put the surge behind us. and according to the cdc roughly 86 million americans are eligible to receive a booster. but less than half of the population has received one. and while we are starting to see an eaing up of cases in had some parts of the country, the agency is still recommending you mask up in public spaces even if you are fully vaccinated. >> kind of nice to get good news on covid this morning. kathy park thank you. we have breaking news to tell you about this morning. a new york city police officer was killed and another critically wounded friday night. police say 22-year-old office jason rivera was shot and killed when he and several officers answered a call about an argument between a woman and her adult son. after they spoke to the mother,
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the son opened the door and began firing. rivera has been on the job just over a year. four new york city police officers have now been shot in the last four days. mayor adams calling it an attack on the city. in los angeles, arnold schwarzenegger was hurt in an accident. police say he was not hurt. after four vehicles collided. tmz captured photos of arnold schwarzenegger at the scene, that was his suv on top of the prius. it was about a mile from his home. the cause of the accident is under investigation. fans of the comic louie anderson are smiling in morning. steve patterson looks back at his life and career. >> louie anderson. >> reporter: for four decades louie anderson added a snarky,
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self-deprecating but heart warming humor to comedy and it made millions laugh. >> i can't stay long, i'm in between meals. >> reporter: before his break on the johnny carson show, he grew up as one of 11 children in st. paul, minnesota. he gave us a window into his life in "life with louie". an affable face on stage, he left a big mark in movies. eventually landing the place in living rooms of americans home as the host of family feud. his journey brought him to the role of a lifetime. a second act on "baskin". anderson playing a portrait of his own mother hit a mark with
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audiences. >> she was so strong that's why this character has become endearing to people. >> reporter: in 2016, he won an emmy for supporting actor on a comedy series. >> i'm playing my mom. this is her aware. >> reporter: anderson died friday morning after complications from cancer. he was 68. his fellow stars remembering him fondly. gilbert godfrey posting a photo of himself with listened. henry winkler writing your comedy will cover from above. a life with louie well lived. steve patterson, nbc news, hollywood. >> making so many people laugh for so long. i lover the character he played in coming to america. >> the aspiring assistant manager. somara theodore is back with another look at the forecast. this is a cold one. we're talking real cold.
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>> what i like to say, down right disrespectful. that's what this is. that chill is setting up shop and to think it's going to be colder in some spots as we head through the week ahead. for now, headed deep down into the south. we have 7 million people waking up this morning to different types of freeze alerts and expecting temperatures in parts of mississippi to be as low as 20 degrees. keep that in mind, freeze warnings from lake charles to new orleans to biloxi. cold for everyone in the south and southeast. we have showers in florida, a few snow showers so we have another winter system that's going to be impacting the upper midwest and parts of the great lakes. we'll talk about that later. the bitter cold, of course, in the northeast. and the santa ana winds. wait until you see some of the wind g our skies in san francisco. we continue to monitor the windy conditions especially for the
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higher elevations. we have seen those diminish into the over night hours and strong offshore winds and mainly in the hill and that's going to decrease into the afternoon. a high wind warning eneffect in the north bay. mostly sunny and mild and dry and temperatures will range in the low to mid-60s in the south bay and interior valleys. that's your local forecast. kristen, back to you. >> somara, thank you. still to come, a scene looking like it is straight out of the wild, wild west. thieves stealing thousands of packages from trains in the los angeles area what police are doing to track down the robbers. how reproductive rights groups are preparing for the potential of a future without roe versus wade. we're back right after this.
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we are back now on a saturday morning with the weekly down load. our look at the week's other big stories. >> among them the latest chapter in a stand off between airlines and wireless companies. >> verizon and at&t agree to delay the launch of their high speed 5g cell service around some u.s. airports after an outcry by the airlines. >> the announcement comes after 10 airline ceos urged the white house to intervene. warning of catastrophic disruptions affecting hundreds of thousands of airline passengers. if a two-mile buffer zone isn't created around airport 5g sites. >> the airlines fear 5g could interfere with technology that allows pilots to know how close they are to the ground. the rabbi who was held
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captive at a texas synagogue last weekend, spoke out about the terrifying standoff and his effort to help his fellow hostages escape. >> cytron-walker telling cbs after hours of negotiating seemed to be failing he took the opportunity to flee. >> i told them to go, threw a chair at the gunman and headed to the door and all three of us were able to get out without a shot being fired. bob saget's wife kelly spoke out for the first time on "today" opening up about the sudden loss of her husband. >> he is just a -- he was the best man i've ever known in my life. and he was so kind and so wonderful. 19-year-old pilot zara rutherford became the youngest woman to fly around the world solo touching down this week. >> her journey taking her to 41
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countries across five continents. >> i haven't assessed it. it's been a difficult five months. i'm so relieved to be home. some of the most intense moments caught on camera. police officers saved a woman trapped in rubble after an explosion at a new york city apartment building. one person died and eight others were injured in the blast. in china firefighters rescued a tiny dog that had fallen and wound up stranded on the side of a cliff. and bill murray hit the streets of new york city for an impromptu concert for a crowd in washington square park. finally, it's cool runnings part 2 for the first time in two decades, a four-man bobsled team from jamaica are headed to the olympics. >> we put in a lot of hard work the last four years we can look back and say we did absolutely everything we could have done to
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achieve our goal and we have achieved it. one of my favorites from high school, 1993, "cool runnings" john candy playing coach irv blitzer. cool the rhythm, cool the rhyme get on up it's bobsled time. >> the film is loosely based on the jamaican bobsled team that was in 1988. still to come on "today," the battle of the quarterbacks as nfl's top teams inch closer to the super bowl. who will come out on top? what prince william is saying about the possibility of a fourth royal baby. t first, these mesbusa
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thank you for joining us, i am kira clapper. the colorado wildfires. the fire ignited after 7:00 last night, it has grown since then. the chp shuts down highway 1, south of carmel, mandatory evacuations are underway. palo colorado fire says the american red cross that is a shelter opened at carmel middle school.
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so far a hundred acres have already burned. stay with us with the latest of this winds. we'll continue to tweet updates. happening now, thousands of people in the east bay are without power this morning, berkeley police say people were experiencing power outages and downed power lines because of the winds. this is a look at the pg&e outage map. you can see the orange where the people are impacted. pg&e says more than 5,000 people are without power. power should be restored later this morning. for the latest on those high winds, let's check in with vianey arana. >> we have the threat of the lightest winds that could change the direction of the fire making it continue to be direction. wind warnings are in ffect in the highlighted areas. the rest of the bay area could expect for see some pretty soft
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winds into the afternoon so we are talking less than 20 miles per hour. the humidity does tend to recover nicely into the over night hours. that's what we are seeing early this morning. those wind gusts from the northeast 15 to 35 miles per hour. those higher elevation gusts that start to howl into the over night hours. current wind gusts right now, significant improvement there but the lightest winds down to this area could change the direction of the fire and that could be an area for concerns. we'll watch how it plays out. forecasted highs will be in the mid to upper 60s in san jose. 65 degrees. oakland, 63. san francisco 64. >> we'll see your full forecast at 7:00. coming up at 7:00. 60,000 at home covid tests were free in the south bay. what you need to know if you are hoping to get one. we'll have that and all your top stories and full forecast coming
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driving. an airplane skidded off the runway in north carolina. fortunately no one was injured. temperatures starting out more than 10 degrees below zero in parts of new york and new england. a woman was arrested on friday after she appeared to threaten school board members a day earlier. the board was about to vote on lifting the mask mandate. >> my children will not come to school on monday with a mask on, that's not happening. and i will bring every single gun loaded and ready to -- i will call every -- >> that's three minutes. >> amanda king was released on $5,000 bond she did not respond to phone calls from nbc news. she later emailed an apology saying she was quote only
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speaking figuratively, police are investigating the threat. police in rural pennsylvania are asking residents to look out for monkeys on the loose. that's after a truck carrying about 100 monkeys crashed into a dump truck on friday. no people were injured but authorities say four monkeys were escaped, two have been contained in a small area but two others remain on the loose in frigid temperatures. the monkeys were being driven to a lab in florida. to a crime spree in los angeles that has implications that stretch across the country with thieves ransacking trains stealing millions of dollars worth packages. guad has more. >> reporter: train robberies have long been a hollywood staple. but in 2022, they're still happening. >> i see what everybody is seeing and asking myself what is going on. it looks like a third world
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country, these images. >> reporter: these tracks nord stream downtown los angeles covered in everything. >> it's awful, people are expecting to receive things that are never coming and paid money for this stuff. >> reporter: union pacific said rail thefts in los angeles county have more than doubled in the past year with a spike in the holiday season. october saw a 356% increase compared to the year before. it's estimated 40% of the nation's maritime imports come through los angeles ports. the billions of dollars of goods then delivered nationwide by train. >> if thefts increase so does the cost of transportation, the cost of manufacture, which impacts the consumer. >> reporter: the railroad is responsible for policing the tracks. they're making arrests but say the authorities aren't doing enough to prosecute.
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the los angeles district attorney saying they're doing what they can to prosecute. union pacific denied they reduced staffing, saying it has increased security in recent months. california's governor calling it the work of organized groups. pledging more money and resources to tackle the issues. >> we're stepping things up. we're not sitting back and we're not condoning what's happening here. >> reporter: another challenge for a supply chain already under strain. nbc news. >> the images are just staggering. miles of those boxes. it's unbelievable. >> no doubt. you get a sense there have been a lot of challenges during the pandemic, this appears to be another of that. you hope it's something the police can catch up to. clearly they are behind trying to chase these guys. >> we'll keep our fingers crossed for that.
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we want to check in with somara who's back with a check of the weather. >> it's cold on the east coast and we're tracking other weather out west. 23 million of our friends in california and nevada this morning are waking up to various wind alerts. look at the gusts, toward acton 57 mile per hour wind gusts, lake arrowwood, 45 miles an hour. the higher elevations could see 80 mile an hour wind gusts. the santa anas could cause power outages. high wind warnings in los angeles, palm springs up to sacramento and san francisco. we have another winter storm moving through this weekend. take a breath, south and north carolina, you get a reprieve. this one is for the up every midwest. we have the arctic front bringing snow to the great lakes, that starts this had evening, dry through the great
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lakes sunday, impacting areas like chicago, illinois. we could see snow here in washington d.c. as far as the totals go, ranging from 1 to 3 inches throughout. but as you get closer to the lake line, we are seeing higher totals anywhere from 6 to 8 inches. that's a look at the weather across the country. kristen, back to you. we are to our forecast live shot of san francisco there. however we are still monitoring the gusty winds especially for some of those higher elevation areas that wind warning will remain in effect until 11:00 a.m. we expect to see some winds. daytime highs will be in the mid-60s. 65 in san jose. 66 in concord. >> that's your local forecast, now kristen, back to you.
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protections that it's heard since roe versus wade 50 years ago. now both sides are looking to what comes next. on what could be roe's final anniversary, she is preparing for a future without it. >> we know firsthand what a post roe looks like because we live that reality every single day. >> her state is one of more than two dozen across the u.s. that sorts restrictions on abortion access, forcing patients to look elsewhere for care. for thousands in missouri that means a trip to illinois and growing logistical concerns. >> people who have the means have always had and will always continue to have access to abortion. but the people that we are concerned about is the people that do not have the financial means, do i pay the rent and feed my kids or do i save up all of this money in order to access abortion care? >> reporter: this weekend
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planned parenthood and their local partners are opening a new center to ease the burden on patients, providing transportation, food, lodging and cash assistance. abortion opponents nationwide are gaining strength, in just the past year they introduced nearly 600 restrictions and were able to pass more than 90 into law. reproductive advocates are putting their resources into states. while they wait for the supreme court. >> is that what you're attempting to do? you shore up the states where access is available to make up for states it's not? >> yes. focused on bolstering operations in regions that are critical for patients. >> reporter: reproductive rights groups are also expanding access for pregnancies up to 10 weeks. meantime, friday, antiabortion activists took to the national
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maul for the march for life. hopeful when they gather this time next year, roe versus wade will have been overturned. >> pray like you never prayed before that the supreme court will have the moral courage to do what is right. >> reporter: the high court's verdict, expected to come next june, would impact half of u.s. women of reproductive age. about 36 million. another milestone for a divisive and emotional issue. >> clearly this is a divisive issue. where to americans stand on it? >> a poll shows two-thirds of the population are against the supreme overturning roe. 40% said they want more restrictive legislation in their states. that clear stark divide, one that could play out at the peak of midterm season. >> great report on an important issue.
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we're back on a saturday morning with today's pop start. joe fryer is here with that. joe, good morning. >> good morning. so first up, a special delivery from the stork. it's a jonas, nick jonas and priyanka chopra just celebrated their third wedding anniversary. and now they're new parents. they shared the happy news on instagram, writing we are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate. no word on the baby's name or gender. but we send our congratulations to the jonas family good for them. >> we are so excited to them. good for them saying it was delivered via surrogacy. >> if it's a girl maybe it's a jonas sister. >> exactly. get a new band together. >> there you go. a whole new generation. we're going to keep the baby
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theme going here. we know that prince william and kate already have three kids. what are the odds they'd grow their family and have a fourth child? i think we got our answer when the royal couple met with staff and volunteers at a charity in northwest england that focuses on homelessness and mental health support. that's when a baby named annastasia caught the duchess' eye? >> don't give her any ideas. you're not taking her with you. >> sounds like george, charlotte and luis should not be expecting a younger sibling any time soon. is that the impression you got from that? >> no princess annastasia. you can see prince william like a lot of dads -- >> let's keep it moving. the baby had the same expression. >> exactly. i think we got our answer there. finally, all aboard.
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why is that? pete davidson and collin jost bought a boat, a big boat. they're the proud owners of a retired staten island ferryboat. they're part of a group of new yorkers who won the ferry in an auction and hope to turn it into an arts and entertainment venue. you can catch them on "saturday night live" tonight. there's a brand new episode with will forte hosting and monna skin as the musical guest. you can catch snl here on nbc. that's your pop start. this is a cool toy we found. i think margot might like that one. >> she would love that. nice hat. it brings a new meaning to party boat. >> maybe kim kardashian will be
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happening now, more than 5,000 people are without power this morning. we have a look at the pg&e outage map, you can see red and orange and green in the map where people are impacted. pg&e hopes to have power restored later this morning. san francisco will be packed with thousands of pro-life advocates for the 18th annual walk for life. marchers will walk down at market street and ends at the embarcadero. s the still the nation's second largest pro-life demonstration in the country after the one in washington, d.c. there will be a counter protest in san francisco this morning at 11:30 at the burton federal
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building. let's check in with vianey arana for a look at our forecast. hey, vianey. we have been monitoring the wind condition. i do want to show you the active ones right now. the highlighted area seeing some gusty winds. we see a nice recovery when it comes to humidity. look at santa rosa and napa and the concord area. those gusts are upwards of 50 plus miles per hour. we are expecting this to diminish between the 8:00 and 9:00 hour. fast forward to about 11:00 a.m. and we start to see those drop down to the 20 or 25 miles per hour range. still pretty gusty overall. we are monitoring that fire and big sur and expecting to see winds diminishing in the area. temperatures will be in the mid-60s. through this south bay and san
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jose, 65 degrees. 63 in pal o alto. 64 in san francisco. >> thanks vianey. >> coming up at 7:00 on today in the bay, the unusual wildfires burning in the middle of winter. the fast moving fires and strong winds that had firefighters concerned. we'll have all your stories and vianey's forecast. we hope you join us, in the meantime, we'll send you back to the "today."
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good morning. frigid forecast. the southeast cleaning up this morning after another storm dumped several inches of snow in places and covered roads with ice. a plane even skidding off the runway in north carolina. and now millions from the deep south to the northeast are dealing with brutally cold temperatures. we're tracking all of it. notebook confession. the fbi revealing writings found alongside brian laundrie's body in which the 23-year-old admits to killing his fiancee, gabby petito, last year. authorities now disclosing new
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details of that massive man hunt. ♪♪ and clash of the quarterbacks. blockbuster matchups in store this weekend as the nfl's top passers prepare to air it out for a ticket to the super bowl, brady and rodgers and newcomers like allen and burrow ready to take the field, this saturday, january 22, 2022. >> we all love the "today" show. >> congrats on 70 years. >> and thank you for all you do. >> r i'm michael from long island, new york, there's no better way to start my day than watching the "today" show. >> we're the gonzalez family from salem, west virginia. we love you "today" show. >> hi, nanna and paul. thanks to our plaza friends for starting their day with us. good morning and welcome back to
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"today" on a saturday morning. you can feel the cold air coming through the windows, it's chilly out. >> thank goodness we're not on the other side of the windows where the feels like right now 6 degrees. that's where we begin today. the latest round on the winter weather. it's frigid, impacting up and down the east icy road conditions in carolina, a blast of cold for millions. somara theodore is watching it all for us. good morning. >> good morning, this is the weather that looks better from indoors. we have the frigid air mass that moved into the northeast. 0 degrees right now in pittsburgh. 5 degree wind chill in washington d.c. minus 5 in buffalo. towards burlington, minus 14 -- that's the actual temperature that way. it's a cold start not just the northeast. you get it in the southeast areas like lake charles into new orleans. looking at temperatures at or
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below 32 degrees. some areas of mississippi could be at 20 degrees this morning. we have freeze warnings in effect. if it's not the cold we're talking, it's the snow. we had the storm system move out from the east coast and we have another one getting ready to impact the great lakes region. we will see it through today, rounds of snow making their way towards the east coast and mid atlantic region we could see a few flurries tomorrow evening. as far as totals go, the lower end widespread 1 to 4 inches. you get to the lake line grand rapids to cleveland, you could see 6 to 8 inches of snow. >> interesting when the packers host the niners tonight in green bay. thanks we'll get your forecast for the rest of the country in a moment. we want to get to the latest in the coronavirus where there is hopeful news that we are on our way out of the latest wave. experts say they're starting to see sign it's beginning to peak in some places but hospitals out west are still inundated by
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omicron. kathy park is outside of a hospital in new york with more on this. good morning to you, kathy. >> reporter: kristen, good morning to you. we are seeing numbers trend in the right direction. especially in portions of the northeast, including new york. covid cases dropped 66% in just the past two weeks. and just friday, the positivity rate fell under 10%. something that we haven't seen in quite some time. while we are seeing these improvements, the rest of the country not necessarily on the same track. for example, in st. louis, missouri hospitals there are being inundated with covid patients, dealing with staffing shortages. they're asking for federal assistance. in san diego, california, they're dealing with an omicron surge and leaning on the help of field hospitals. but there is hopeful news released from the cdc yesterday when it comes to boosters they are 90% effective at omicron hospitalizations but it's important to note roughly 86
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million americans are eligible for the boosters but less than half of the population has received that extra dose. kristen, back to you. >> kathy park in new york. thank you. new details this morning in the investigation into the death of gabby petito. the fbi announced friday that her fiancee, brian laundrie, admitted killing her in a notebook discovered near his body in a florida swamp. investigators also confirmed that brian laundrie had sent text messages to intentionally deceive people that the 22-year-old was still alive after he strangled her in late august. her body was found three weeks later in a wyoming campground. a frightening close call in florida this week caught on camera. a man out on his patio, pushes back a black bear who jumps over a small gate to attack his dogs. look at that. he had been hanging out with his dogs when the bear came close to them all. he told our nbc affiliate that
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he suffered a few puncture wounds but did not need an ambulance. those are fast reflexes there. >> just a few puncture wounds. you said it was quickly, that was way too long for me. can you imagine that experience. >> any time is too long staring down a bear. time for a morning boost, joe is back with that. >> when it comes to gifts, the more personal presents are often the best. one boy's parents hit a home run with this one. >> wait. wait. wait. wait. wait. wait. wait. wait! wait! just a second. just a second. >> yeah. so the boy just realized the stuffed toy looks familiar, he hurries back to his bedroom and jumps for joy when he sees why, the stuffy looks like one of his own drawings, a pokemon he had
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created. other parents replied, and one commented thanks for making the rest of us parents look bad. definitely raises the bar for parents everywhere there. >> that is the coolest stuffed animal idea ever. to take your kids' art, we have it all over the walls, and turn it into something special they can hold onto. >> he's a pretty good artist that little boy. >> the pokemon folks are paying attention to that. still ahead, brady, mahomes, rodgers, you name them the nfl quarterbacks ready to lay it all on the line this weekend. >> who makes it to the super bowl? just a few weeks away now. we're back just after this. looking to get back in your type 2 diabetes zone? once-weekly ozempic® can help. ♪ oh, oh, oh, ozempic®! ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh ♪ ozempic® is proven to lower a1c. most people who took ozempic® reached an a1c under 7 and maintained it.
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unbelievable. everybody deserves to know who they are and where they came from. this whole journey has been such a huge gift for our family. we are back on a saturday morning with "today's" talker and it's all kristen welker is talking about -- >> not true. >> sorry, i read that wrong. it's all kristen welker's husband is talking about, the nfl, brady, rodgers, ma homes, allen, all ready to take the field this weekend.
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>> the second part of that was true. he's talking about it. sam brock is at raymond james stadium in tampa with a look at what's in store. good morning to you, sam. great assignment. >> reporter: peter, kristen, good morning. kristen, i want to know who y back end. this is a quarterback driven league, and for that reason and that reason alone, you have to start your conversation about who's going to win the super bowl along florida's gulf coast not just because brady and bucs won here last year, but because brady is lapping the field with super bowl rings. and what we are about to see is packed with talent. >> this weekend a 48 hour feast features two of the best quarterbacks to play the game in tom brady and aaron rodgers and a group of talent looking to etch their name into sport's mount rushmore.
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but the road goes through tampa, a franchise that started 0 and 26 at one time now is a force behind number 12. >> i want to do football. >> the four games start with a bang on saturday, the titans taking on the bengals. a sophomore quarterback that jump started cincinnati to a playoff win in more than 30 years. in the night cap, the 49ers faces rodgers and the packers at lambeau field where the generational talent may win his fourth mvp award this year but is still facing fallout from misleading the public on his vaccination status. >> i've been immunized. there's guys on the team that haven't been vaccinated. it's a personal decision. >> reporter: rodgers now apologizing. now a chance to win the super bowl. >> i understand it's part of my legacy i'll be judged on. >> reporter: on sunday mat
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stafford goes to tampa bay to play the bucs. then bills and chiefs. >> he will toss it. >> reporter: featuring the gifted josh allen and patrick mahomes. >> he's a tremendous player. put a lot on his shoulders and rerises to the occasions. it's a challenge to us as a team to compete with them. >> reporter: now amidst all of the excitement for this weekend, certainly there are still concerns about covid. the nfl and the nfl players association just announcing new protocol when it comes to unvaccinated players. they'll face the same sort of procedures as vaccinated players, which is to say they'll be screened but only tested if they are showing symptoms. guys it's important to note with only eight teams left, it's about 12 players who are still unvaccinated at this point. one of them, of course, aaron rodgers. back to you. >> no doubt, sam you said you wanted to hear the super bowl picks from this one. you're on the spot.
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>> i got one, jimmy garoppolo, up and comer with the 49ers. >> >> reporter: yes, i like that pick that's bold. there's people who think the san francisco 49ers can pull an upset here. i have bay area roots i'm with you. >> i'm a bay area guy, too. we spent 45 minutes practicing that. >> reporter: perfect execution. >> enjoy tonight's game, i'm picking the bills and bucs. you can watch the bills and rams battle it out tomorrow here on nbc. nbc is the only place to watch super bowl lvxi. >> i'm relieved, i nailed it. somara, your picks? >> you were all of us. i don't know, peter i need you to train me before that toss next time. >> we're on it. i am going to talk about the weather. i think i can nail that. looking outside, i don't know if cold has a look, but this
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morning it looks cold. buffalo right now, wind chill minus 5 degrees. 4 degrees is the current temperature there. pittsburgh at 0. 13 below zero is what it is up in buffalo. you can see it's not just the northeast. head down to myrtle beach, wind chills right now below freezing. we're tracking the cold and the showers in southern florida and snow showers moving in that's going to impact the a wind warning in the north bay will remain in a effective until 11:00 a.m. right now in santa rosa and napa still seeing gusty winds. we are expecting these to diminish as we head through our saturday. daytime highs will be running a few degrees warmer as well. take a look at your forecasted highs for the after. 64 in san francisco and 65 in
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san jose. that's your local forecast. kristen? >> somara, thank you for that. don't go too far. coming up, this is going to be a good one. we'll share why jimmy fallon was talking about you and saturday "today" this
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morning and somara you caught jimmy fallon's eye this week after something happened during one of your forecasts saturday. >> i saw on the saturday edition of the "today" show, one meteorologist had a cough coming on, and she did her best to fight through it. just watch this. >> well, our friends out west have lucked out with dry and mild conditions towards the
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rockies and, of course, we're seeing that winter storm that's going to impact the east coast -- excuse me. let's go ahead and take a look at your forecast. >> somara is getting some water and she will be back with us in just a bit. >> oh my god. >> oh, poor thing. >> she sounds like the captain of a norwegian cruise. at first it looked like she was just overcome with the emotion at the sight of a cold front. and then i -- i promised myself i wouldn't do this. >> you were a good sport in that. you tweeted it out. that's the right way to handle it. >> i went back to that moment and realized in that moment i had breathed something in, i was struggling there. thank you for this opportunity to clear the air, my throat. >> we weren't laughing at the time, but we can laugh after the
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fact. >> we've all gone through this as you can imagine. joe thank you for joining us for this conversation. we're going to go around the horn right now. kristen, i pulled this up from a couple years ago when the lights were falling in the front of you in a live shot. take a look. >> it's not exactly clear policy -- it's a little windy out here, andrea -- the attorney general was talking about what specifically they would be able to do. >> kristen, please -- >> we're okay. they fell in front of me, so it's okay. >> i remember that like it was yesterday. i know andrea was terrified, which was so wonderful of her. i just remember thinking i have to dodge these lights. >> you were on it. >> you had one back in 2005 when you had just gotten to nbc, you were surf. >> this was back in 2005. i think katie couric tossed to me, i was supposed to be surfing it did go so well. >> that's impressive.
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