Awesome Weather, Teachers Back at Work, FBI and Bombers Widow

High pressure has built in with dry air that will hold right through the weekend.  With clear skies, the wind light and the ground still wet there is fog that has formed across parts of the area.  Fog will lift later this morning and a mostly sunny sky will be with us this afternoon.  With the wind staying out of the south, temperatures will warm into the upper 70s Wednesday.

TODAY:  Areas of fog this morning, otherwise turning mostly sunny.  High: 75  Wind: S at 5-10 mph

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy.  Low: 56  Wind: SE at 5-10 mph

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly sunny.  High: 78

Strongsville teachers are back in the classroom after eight weeks on the picket line.

A new, three-year contract deal was finally reached over the weekend.

In the end, teachers got a 10% raise, but will have to pay more for their healthcare plans. Teacher duty assignments were also adjusted.

Board officials say what they approved is financially sustainable.

The contract included a clause that said no one will be penalized for participating in the strike.

The new agreement is good until June 30 of 2015.

The search for answers into the Boston Marathon bombings led to the home of Tamerlan Tsarnaev's widow, Katie Russell.

Russell and her toddler daughter, Tsarnaev's child, have been staying at the home with her parents.

The FBI spent around 90 minutes inside the home in Rhode Island.

FBI agents did not say what they were looking for.

Russell's attorney released a statement saying their client is, "doing everything she can to assist with the bombing investigation. The reports of involvement by her husband and brother-in-law came as an absolute shock to them all."

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Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager