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getting close to daytona. this is off of twitter. he is one of the shorper tools in the shed. he sends out great information. sharper tools in the shed, he sends out great information. here's the western edge of the eye. it looks like it's weakening a bit, especially the southwest quad. but that's a compact eye off daytona beach and the palm coast. the gusts are 58. 35 miles per hour sustained winds. things are calming down in west palm but they are picking up in
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jacksonville. rainfall should be tapering off on the tip of cape canaveral. the feeder bands are coming in. it's not so much the whipped as it goes parallel to the coast. it's the storm surge which is going to be huge. the depth of the ocean is shallower off the gorge oo and -- georgia is south carolina coast. >> that's something that i think all eyes will be focusing on the right now the eye is around daytona beach, maybe a bit north. >> we are going to continue our team coverage. we are following the latest developments in our news room. what can you tell us as far as the storm? >> i have been monitoring everything. steve is keeping us in the loop as well watching the coverage
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from the orlando area. the storm is just east of cape canaveral. there is rain and high winds. millions of people have been evacuated. at one point the storm produced winds in excess of children 30 miles per hour. there are reports of storm related fires and a flood watch in brevard county. we spoke with a man who lives in cocoa beach. that storm is still a bit north east of there. he said that the winds have been intense and he said he has no power or internet. he filled his bathtub with drinking water in case the water service is knocked out. he described what it looks like. >> it's blowing very hard. the wind, right now is topping
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out from the north west. you will not believe this but there are people out on the beach. >> you can see those people on the beach that he was telling us about. those were photos he texted to me a while ago. the danger is the storm surge. you heard receive talking about it a minute ago. hanging on the beach could be dangerous. we are expecting the storm surge is six to 9 feet. the governor of florida is scheduled to speak about the hurricane. in south carolina, the governor is going to have a news conference in two hours. the storm is heading in their direction. after the storm passes through the carolinas it's expected to make its way out to the sea.
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right now it seems like orlando may have come through okay. cape canaveral seems okay. as the storm moves north, how much damage will it cause. >> what about the evacuations. you said that there were people on the beach. we were in savannah saying, people were not leaving. >> people are still out on the beach. merritt island is under evacuations. they said people calling in having emergencies, the police cannot get to thevment
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emergency services are overwhelmed. any time you are told to get out, that the there is a warning. it is important to leave the area. >> yes. thank you for weeping an eye on that. it's 6:05 right now. we want to head back to sal for traffic on this friday morning. we getting koas -- close to our fleet week. >> if you have a service member that you want to dedicate a song to, send me a song and we will read the service member's name and play the song. we will be doing in a during traffic jams this morning. i also wanted to mention in
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regard to the storms. flights may be effected. traffic is moving along nicely. 22 minutes from the bridge. that's not bad. i like that commute. average speed is 55 miles per hour. getting to the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is backed up. it's a 20 minute delay. 10 minutes more on the bridge. so 35 minutes to get into the city. motorcycle accident mere concord avenue has been cleared. they have taken the motorcyclist to a hospital. westbound highway four is effected. 680 is not. it's a good alternative. so lets go back to the desk. >> starting today, fleet week takes off in san francisco.
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there is a variety of events including the first official air show by the blue angels. we are live in san francisco. you are at marina green. it's i busy and noisy weekend in the city. >> reporter: good morning to you, it's going to be fun. things are going to kick into high gear later today. we are at marina green. this is a lot of the military vehicles parked on the grass. they will be on display for the public to check out. later this morning we are going to see the parade of ships. five military ships will be sailing under the golden gate bridge. this is video from last year's parade. they are going to be docked on
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the piers in san francisco. then in the afternoon the blue angels will be putting on a show. yesterday they took to the skies over the bay area to practice for their shows. the navy stunt team is performing today, tomorrow and sunday. the shows start at 3:00 in the afternoon. we talked to a pilot who is a bay area native. he grew up and loss altos and wept to mountain view high school. >> i joined the navy because of the blue angels. i watched them as a kid. >> this is his first time flying at fleet week in san
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francisco. he's thrilled to be taking part. the shows get underway at 3:00 this afternoon in the skies above san francisco. we are back to marina green. the military vocation are in flais and the events are getting under-- vehicles are in place and the events are getting underway. >> that's some huge equipment. >> reporter: yes, it's quiet here now. but we will be talking to them later about how they use the equipment. >> we have a list of fleet week events on our website, ktuv.com. it's on the home page in the local new section.
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a bus crash in san francisco was investigated. they said that the computer glitch stopped the brakes from working sending the bus into a car. the bus involved in the crash is from their oldest fleet with old wiring. three women were arrested in san leandro as the police shut down a suspected brothel. a sting operation was set up after neighbors complained about suspected illegal activities. three women tried to run away. they were arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest. another woman and a man were found inside of the home. detectives were investigating whether or not other crimes like human trafficking are
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involved. a ceo of a web kroit is in jail -- website is in jail because his company, back page.com is accused of knowingly allowing children and adults to be sold into sex slavery. >> think about that, your neighbor's daughter runs away and gets into sex slavery and now a company is profiting from that. we cannot allow that to occur. >> back page is ignoring subpoenas from the united states senate to turn over their deums by monday. a chef at a well-known
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marin county restaurant was shot for no reason. >> up next, the individual yes created by the san francisco police department about how they will train police officers to reduce confrontations with people who are autistic. >> our weather looks nice, that's not the case off of florida. hurricane matthew is getting closer to making landfall and they lied about it thatfor decades.ls. now they're lying about prop 56.
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welcome back to mornings on two. a major conference dealing with autism in san francisco will recognize the city's police department for making a ground braking training video. officers will be taught to avoid conflicts with people are autism. it could save lives. >> it took a year to create this video. >> in making this we were hoping to give our officers a tool in which to recognize the traits for people on the autism spectrum. >> a lot of traits are easily misunderstood. we felt that there was a need to really train officers. >> reporter: this can reduce
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uns necessary arrests and violent confrontations. it presents something very important. >> perhaps the most unique aspect of the video is people on the spectrum talking about themselves. >> i am on the all autism spectrum. it's hard for me to make eye contact. that does not mean i am being dishonest or trying to lie. >> i am very sensitive to touch. it can be very painful. i might pull away. i am not fighting or resisting. >> i like shiny objects and the reflection of people's glasses but i am not trying to invade someone's safety zone. >> sometimes people on the
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spectrum laugh awn unusual times. they just do it. they are not mocking anyone. >> in their own words. >> that's one of the most powerful pieces of the video, hearing people from the community speak with the traits. >> reporter: the training begins next month for current and new officers. today several bay area police departments are inviting you to have a cup of coffee and talk with them. it's national coffee with a cop day. berkeley police officers will be sitting down with people at two locations. santa clara police officers will be at city lights. it's such a great idea.
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contact wrowr local department to see if -- your local department to see where you can sit down and talk about the local police in your area. >> wroa need to talk to sal. you are watching the south bay and everything else. >> yes. happy friday. lets start with a look at your silicon valley commute. 280 and 85 off to a good start. on 280 north bound it's slower and more congested. 85 and 101, you will be seeing more people on the roads. as you go to the concord area we had a motorcycle accident on south bound 242. the traffic is being to be busy. some people are staying on highway four. not a bad idea but this is
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having an effect on highway four which is getting busy. the bay bridge toll plaza has a 20 minute delay before you make it on to the bridge. >> thank you, we look at our weather first. it's nice. now we have the images coming from florida. the western edge is starting to make a move to the coast. you are starting to pile up a lot of water as the storm moves north especially as it gets to jacksonville and the georgia coast. the storm is maybe weakening a bit. 111 miles per hour gusts have been observed off of the coast of da tona beach. things should be getting better
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for wem palm. it's going by the cape. -- daytona beach. things should be getting better for west palm. it's going by the cape. they are concerned about the south carolina and georgia coast. that storm surge will be sending a lot of water on to land. for us, mostly sunny today. temperatures will be bumping up a bit. today upper 80s for some and upper 70s for others. 88 for livermore. santa rosa, 40s. fairfield 47. north bay, 43. it's cool there right now. 48 in petaluma. the nights so long and the
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angle of the sun low, it's not staying that warm. without an offshore breeze it's mostly sunny today. 70s and 80s pt the warmest day is saturday e. still nice sunday and a cooling trend begins next week. >> it's 6:21. the president of columbia has won the nobel peace prize
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songs for military members. this is danger zone. it's a dedication to her brothers in the military. we are taking requests for your guys and gallons in the military on traffic jams.
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back to you guys. >> great choice. new this morning, the nobel peace prize was awarded to the president of columbia. they praised his efforts to bring the civil war of the country to an end. he said he's dedicating his prize to the fellow columbians who died in the conflict. just last week people in the country voted to defeat the peace deal between the country and the farc rebels. google has launched code next. it's an urban computer lab for kids. they are transforming a
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building in the fruitvale district into a lab to teach kids coding. >> we are sitting to close to silicon valley. it makes no sense that the kids are not getting access to you computer. we are making sure that the next generation of tech entrepreneurs come from this community. >> we are the any group of leaders. >> google said it will follow the group of students through their senior year of high school and they are going to add a fresh crop of students every year. >> another bay area city facing a legal claim in connection with that law enforcement sex scandal, what the lawyers for celeste guap aring the police
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. this is ktuv news mornings on tbo. >> good morning. thank you for joining us here on mornings on two. >> good morning. is just about 6:30. it's a busy friday this morning. we have some new video and information about damage caused by hurricane matthew. look at this. this is from social media. it looks like fire works but it's the wind blowing out the power lines. the power lines are exploding.
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minutes ago the governor of florida announced that 600,000 people are without electricity in the statement that's double what we reported this morning. >> the category three hurricane has 120 miles per hour winds. it will make labd fall somewhere between daytona beach florida and -- landfall somewhere between daytona beach florida and jacksonville. we will have a live report from georgia but first lets start with steve. >> the power company cannot get out until the winds are under 50 miles per hour. that's not happening for a while. it sounds like they are not going to sow that for a while. >> they will later but now, no way, they cannot get out there.
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we have updated information. it's still a category three. 110 to 120 miles per hour winds. that western eye is getting so close there but it's still out at sea. it makes a huge difference if it stays in the ocean rather than going on shore. not only is it the whipped that they have to deal with, 58 at daytona and 54 in jacksonville. 111 at cocoa beach. now you are going to have to deal with the wind and also the storm surge, especially as you head towards jacksonville and georgia and the car line zero
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coast. the surge could equal 11 feet. good morning. we have slow traffic out there. it's slow on highway four and 242 because of a motorcycle accident that was cleared. the person was taken to the hospital but the traffic is slow on highway four backing up into the bay point area to concord and heading to two in 242. this is a long line of slower traffic. lets go to the maps. i will show you that highway four is slow here. people trying to get on to 242 are jammed up. people are going to 680 and heading down that way. that's a bit better but things are beginning to get heavy in the whole area. the motorcycle rider was taken to the hospital.
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looking at the bay bridge, traffic is backed up for a 15 to 20 miles per hour delay. threats made by people posing as clowns still on the rise in the bay area. the police are taking it seriously. we are in san jose, seeing how one district is responding to all of this. >> reporter: good morning. the east side union high school district is on alert. clowns posted on social media. they are naming schools saying that they are going to show up and the district is reactingment administrators do not want students to engage in conversation with someone making a clown threat. for the most part the threats are a hoax but authorities are responding because they do not want nun to get hurt. the district has notified the police and the superintendent has sent a letter to parent and
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students telling them that clown costumes and masks that do not show the identity of the students cannot be worn on halloween. >> if you are wearing a mask, is not appropriate. >> reporter: other cities that have received threats are fairfield and antioch. police said anyone caught loitering on school property with intent to commit a crime could be arrested much we are at silver creek high school. one of the students named on social media, we will be talking to their parents to hear what they are thinking. a marin can county chef is leaning on his family and
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coworkers is leaning on his family after being shot five times. he's on the road to recovery after several surgeries to save his life. the restaurant where he works launched a go fund me account and they raised $14,000 to pay his medical expenses. >> thank you for supporting me. i love them. >> he's the greatest chef that has ever been. >> police do not know of a motive for the shooting. doctors said he may have to wait a few months before he gets back to work. we have a link to the go fund me page on our website, ktuv.com. attorneys for the teenager at the center of the bay area's police sex scandal have filed a
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lawsuit against the police. 19 year old jasmine abuslin claims three san francisco police officers participated, ignored or covered up what the lawsuit called modern day slavery. the san francisco city attorney had no comment. several police officers are facing criminal charges in connection with the scandal. a judge threw out a lawsuit filed by the chinese christian i don't know saying that a statue of a urinal is offensive and discriminatory. the judge said that the statue does not violate rules or laws or the constitution. we are going back to our coverage of hurricane matthew. it's turning along the eastern
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coast of florida and moving north. it's threatening hundreds of miles of coast line in florida georgia and south carolina. 3million people are under evacuation orders. the storm is reaching georgia later tonight. we are live with some of the damage that the storm has caused so far. >> reporter: good morning. so far whipped and rain. we know it's coming. hurricane matthew is hitting us here some time after 8:00 tonight. this is slow moving. it's filled with rain. it's filled with winds and we are also looking at the storm surge, this could be a dangerous event for the georgia coast. >> i know that people can see
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what is happening in florida and the bahamas. is there a heightened concern or fear or are people expecting that they will survive and miss the bad damage? >> reporter: it's both. depends who you talk to. we have been talking to people this morning. they have not had a hurricane since 1979 and that was small. the last major hurricane was 1898. they do not have the fear that you see in florida, they remember recent hurricanes and the death and destruction. georgia has been lucky. we miss most of the bad weather but that's not the case this time. >> i know we talked a lot about this all morning long. people did not heed the warning
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to evacuate. maybe it's too late. are there shelters set up. the numbers of people without power is doubling this morning in florida. that could be an issue for people that did not evacuate. >> they are getting people to shelters. i know of no shelters that are near. they want people inland. that's why they have the buses in place. you can come, they are free, you can bring your pets. there are shelters that are furtherer inland. it's a daiption scene. you -- dangerous scene. also think about savannah. they have not seen a occur hain in so -- hurricane in so long. >> thank you. the body of a local chef
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discovered in a stairwell in the west field mall. coming up at 7:00, the answer his family is still looking for two months at his death. >> we have new information about the train crash in new jersey. how fast the train was going when it crashed into a train station wall. wall. >> we have information on the state of the person injured in a motorcycle crash this morning. >> temperatures are warming up. 80s for many today. but hurricane matthew is inching closer to florida
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or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56. welcome back to mornings on dwovment another piece of the missing malaysian flight has washed up on an island in the indian ocean. the piece is similar to another piece found earlier in the year. parts of the plane have been found on coast lines across the indian eetion. search teams are still looking for the missing black boxes. we have new information about the deadly train crash in new jersey. the train was going more than
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twice the speed limit when it slammed into the station in hoboken. the train was going at 8 miles per hour until 38 seconds before the crash. the threatle was increased and the train reached a speed of 21 miles per hour. -- throttle was increased and the train reached a speed of 21 miles per hour. the investigation is continuing. it's time to check in with the traffic and weather. >> is a busy morning. it's not just people but animals and pets that are in danger from the hurricane. florida is getting help from our states to shelterer people and pets from the storm and
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open space in animal shelters. also help within a press of a button, we learn more about a new device that sends your loved ones a message when you are in trouble. >> also we are sitting down with a hall of famer to discuss why that device is so important to him. the series between the giants and the cubs begins. after beating the mets in the wild card game, they face the cubs, the team that has led the majors. it will not be easy. game one is tonight. game two, tomorrow night.
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the serious comes back too san francisco monday for game three. if necessary, game four will be at at & t park as well. game five would be back in chicago. sal, you are checking on the commute. we had a motorcycle crash. that slowed everything down. they have cleared the crash and i got some information from the san francisco public information officers. the motorcycle rider sustained injuries. the paramedics came by. they happened to be driving by. they took her to the hospital and the roadway is open.
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thankthank you for the information and for helping the rider. lets look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's backed up for 20 minutes before you make it on to the bridgement this morning in san jose it's getting crowded. lets bring in steve with the forecast. >> no weather issues for chicago into the weekend. we have some big weather issues where hurricane matthew is, it's been offshore but now day teena beach -- daytona beach is getting hit. the worst is over for cape canaveral.
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it looks like there is going to be extensive damage in daytona. the storm is holding together as a category three. i saw gusts to 63 miles per hour. right on the tip there was a gust of winds at 100 miles per hour. now it's going north. the storm surge is now the issue. i have the continental drift here. then when you head north it's very shallow some low and sandy. it's almost like a stepladder. you get the hurricane pushing the water up and it keeps going up and up. it's like 15 feet here. that's what they are expecting. 13 inches of rain possible late tonight and into the weekend
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for parts of the georgia coast and south carolina. a few high clouds in the mix for us. a mostly sunny and warmer day. mid feurts for walnut creek and danville -- 40s for walnut creek and danville. a warm friday and a nice day. also tomorrow and sunday look okay. some fog may start to creep back by then. upper 80s for sapt rose and livermore. the warmest day is tomorrow. beautiful on the coast. >> thank you steve. a new fault line discovered in california. where it was discovered and it's link to the san andreas fault. >> plus another loss for the
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49ers. what fans were chapting during the second half -- chanting during the second half with a break like this, we could dowhichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard.
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and they lied about it thatfor decades.ls. now they're lying about prop 56. if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it. >> songs for military members dedications.
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this is from carol, if you have a song for a military member, current or past send us your song requests, we will say their name if you give it to us. the golden state warriors beat the kings in san jose last night. they improved to two and one during the season. durant was hot. also clark scored 16 but the warriors had 24 turn overs. another disappointing game for the 49ers. they lost on thursday night football. >> like the last game, they got on the board first. this 9-yard touch down pass
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capped off an 87-yard drive in the second quarter but the turn overs proved costly. we have reaction from the stadium. >> the 49ers had an opportunity to beat a cardinals team without its starting quarterback but a lack of execution leave them behind. >> the team did not play good what so ever. that's on me. i had two krowsh -- crucial turn overs. i have to do a better job protecting the football. >> there are a couple of drives we did a nice job on but not enough to wayne a game. i do in the think that we protected well enough or three
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it well enough. we had too many drops and septions. >> frustration boiled over as the -- interceptions. >> frustration boiled over with the fans. they were chapting. as for whether or not they will consider a quarterback change, the coach said we are one and four, we will consider anything. >> they play the buffalo bills in new york next. the president dem candidates are forced to change their schedules in the battle grouped state of florida. hillary clinton and donald trump are adjusting their campaigns and hillary clinton asked the weather channel to
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postpone her ads. donald trump's home in palm beach is one of the homes threatened by the hurricane. >> i think that every american should keep them in our hearts and prayers and look for ways to support earth's like the red cross. >> we are thinking hard about the safety of our citizens. >> the governor of florida refused to extend the deadline for people to register to vote. he said that everyone who is eligible has had time to sign up. the 14 party candidate is -- green party candidate is campaigning in the bay area. she said she's being blocked by established political parties that serve the corporate elite. three attended an event in san
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francisco last night. 2.6% of voters favor stein. >> more than half a million people have no power. we are following the path of hurricane matthew off of the coast of florida
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a busy friday morning. >> we're now getting a better look at some of the damage caused by hurricane matthew. we'll share video from the palm beach area. you can see street lights just dangling over the roadway. >> the governor of if florida there gave an update, 600,000 people have no power right now, and 3 million are under evacuation orders. let's check in with steve. >> the big news will be the
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storm surge here. it gets very low, sandy, and shallow. there have been gusts up to 109 offer of cap canaveral. you can see the rotation there. things are deteriorate be rad ily, as we say. looks a lot better to west palm and jacksonville now picking up. cocoa, they did have a gust on the tip there, of 107 miles per hour. and i did see one to 111. now, not only is it wind, this time it's going to be the storm surge. it will be tremendous, because it gets very shallow off the south

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