5 THINGS TO KNOW THIS MORNING

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ARCTIC AIR IS BACK:

We're starting off with subzero temps this morning, and wind chills down to -20. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until noon today. Highs will top out in the teens with partly cloudy skies.Tonight temps fall into the single digits with increasing clouds. And more snow is on the way for the weekend. Tune in to Eyewitness News Sunrise for Chuck's latest forecast.

BUMPY RIDE:

Your drive to work or school today could be bumpy but the city and the state say it's their number one priority to change that. Crews are working around the clock to fix potholes. Kris Kirschner is out on pothole patrol this morning and will have a live report at 6:00AM on how the blitz is going and how you can help.

SCHOOL MAKE-UP DAYS:

State School Superintendent Glenda Ritz has some new options for school districts looking for ways to makeup snow days. At 6:00AM Find out how longer school days and weekends could be part of the plan.

CARMEL BUSINESS EXPANDING:

A Carmel business will announce plans to expand today. Mainstreet plans to create thousands of jobs and have a total economic impact of nearly 3 billion dollars in Indiana. Tune to Sunrise for more on why they say the Hamilton County town is a great place for businesses to set up shop.

WINTER OLYMPICS:

The Opening Ceremony is tonight in Sochi Russia.

Anne Marie Tiernon has a guide to the Winter Olympics. The athletes you need to watch and why an NBC Olympic Analyst believes Indiana skier Nick Goepper will be a super star.