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Good morning, Tri-State! It's 30 degrees and mostly cloudy. Tune in to FOX19 NOW for details on Ohio State's surprise victory at the Sugar Bowl.

We're in for another cold morning with temperatures in the 20s and 30s. The thermometer will make it to 38 by this afternoon before a wintry mix of rain and rain hits late tonight and early Saturday. FOX19 NOW meteorologist Catherine Bodak says that will be followed by a chance for rain changing to snow on Sunday. Tune in at 6 a.m. for her latest forecast.

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Sweet victory! Ohio State upset Alabama in the Sugar Bowl Thursday, vaulting the team to its first national championship since 2002. Tune at in 6 a.m. Reporter Jeremy Rauch has your blow-by-blow account of the game.

Be sure to watch at 6 a.m. so you know how much parking meters in the city of Cincinnati go up today. Reporter Miranda Del Pozo has details on new enforcement hours and rates in some neighborhoods.

You won't want to miss today's guests:

Make a New Year's resolution each January but have a hard time keeping it? Be sure to watch at 8:15 a.m. as Joshua Winkler, owner of NewLife Active, warns against the top New Year's resolution misconceptions that set you up for failure.

Tune in at 9:05 a.m. to see how you can toss a new or gently-loved stuffed teddy bear onto the ice when the Cincinnati Cyclones score a goal at Saturday's game. Assistant Cincinnati Police Chief James Whalen will be here with details how the toss benefits the police department.

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