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breaking news. hurricane matthew slamming florida's east coast right now, as a major category 3. the strongest storm to hit that state in a decade. wind gusts up to 150 m thousands. a sandy like storm surge expected, airports, schools and theme parks, all shut down. the worst is still to come today, friday, october 7th, 2016. from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today"
welcome to "today" on a friday morning, florida, north carolina, south carolina, georgia, they have a mess on their hands. >> we are in the thick of it right now. we're going to get to the latest on the storm. it has weakened slightly but remains a powerful category 3 hurricane with 125 miles sustained winds. gusts up
hurricane center. let's begin with ron mott. he is being hit hard in daytona beach right now. ron, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. we got the last update last night, 11:00 eastern time. we thought we had a little good news, in that this forecast was going to take the eye of hurricane matthew a little bit further east than some of the early projections. i can tell you, looking at the radar since, it is coming close to the shoreline here at near the worst yet. the winds are blowing very, very strongly at this hour. in fact, we just lost one of the lights just before air time here. so bear with us, we've got one more here, we hope to keep it upright while these winds plummet us here. we are expecting up to 100 miles per hour sustained winds, not gusts. once the eye gets closer to us. it is projected it be maybe 30
giving us a little break with these winds, but they'll be coming in strongly from the north and northeast and as the eye moves away, they will start to shift from the northwest to the west and thend again to the south. now, we don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves, we know the forecast projections show the storm taking a hard right turn, eventually up the florida, georgia line and redeveloping and coming back to haunt some of these communities to the late part of next week. really bad, and we've got the storm surge to worry about, right around the 12:30, 12:45 time period, because that's the next high tide. almost certainly going to put water into the homes and businesses along the oceanfront and well inland, especially along the intercoastal water way. we're getting some good winds right now. let's send it back to you in new york. >> thanks, ron. let's go to lester holt.
saw ron mott. lester, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savanna, we believe we've seened worst near melbourne, still getting strong gusts as you can see here. what we've mainly seen are trees down, however, i took a little survey trip just a couple of hours ago, and what we saw were showers of sparks as power lines were being snapped. it got very dangerous, so we came back here. this aer punch perhaps was expected here because the eye stayed offshore. no one will be complaining. but the last couple of hours, the power has flashed on and off. we've been off now for about a half hour at this location, but just down the street, they do have power. stories down, blocking streets, fences down, signs, that sort of thing. i just spoke to a couple of my colleagues from "dateline" and
frawns down. i went by the water earlier, if we were seeing the surge. no sign yet. that may be because of the way it passed by, offshore. right now, no signs of flooding that we have seen here in the melbourne area. we believe the worst has passed. we're told there will continue to be gusts. a few minutes ago, there was a 70 mile per hour gust here. so not out of danger, but had anticipated. we haven't seen 120 mile per hour winds here. >> lester holt in melbourne, thank you. it wasn't long aftermath you hit southern florida that people started to lose power. tens of thousands in the early stages, and those outages have now grown as the winds have picked up overnight. nbc miguel almaguer is in cocoa beach. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt and savanna,
below intense. we have seen lots of lightning. the weather here is still incredibly violent, even though it is still on the move. overnight, hurricane matthew slammed into florida's coast with furry. powerful storm with high winds. so strong, sheriff's deputies had to get themselves out of harm's way. in palm beach, live power lines were knocked to the sending sparks flying into the street. across the region, transformers exploding, illuminating the night sky. governor rick scott deploying thousands of national guard troops, prepared for search and rescue operations, for those who did not heed warning to evacuate. >> activated 3,500 national guard members. this is over a half, over 50% of the available troops.
>> reporter: during the burnt of the storm, the rain came from different directions. one piece of good news, most people were at home, and hunkered down. thousands took shelter at nearby schools. hundreds of pets, housed with their owners. at some gas stations, reports of price gouging, while drivers rush to fill their tanks before leaving town. for many, the roads have been the only way out. all flights at miami international, canceled. in orlando, disney world is shut down again today. still, despite all of the warnings, some decided to stay behind. >> i've good food, water, flashlights. i'm hoping for the best. >> reporter: residents preparing for the worst, stocked up on supplies. grocery store shelves throughout the state, cleaned out. as matthew approached, the weather channel had this blunt
leave. >> this is not hype. this is not phyperbole. do not think you can survive if you choose to stay. >> reporter: even though we have seen these conditions for the last few hours, we haven't seen substantial damage. that's certainly the good news. the bad news is daylight may change that situation. matt and savanna, back to you. >> be safe. thank you very much. let's go to al in the hurricane were looking at this system, and it has been staying offshore. eventually, geography will come into play here. category 3 storm, east/northeast of cape canaveral, north/northwest, movement at 14 miles per hour. here is the path and here is what i'm talking about. as we make our way this afternoon, it is up just to the north of daytona. but we're also going to see now
from georgia on into the carolinas by saturday morning, and as those winds start pushing into the shoreline, that's we're going start to see more storm surge, and probably more damage. it is down to a category one by saturday afternoon. but by sunday morning, it is category 1, but then look what happens monday, tuesday, on to wednesday, it hooks back towards nassau as a tropical storm, but it has been pounding these areas so to cause more damage. going into this afternoon and this evening, 7 to 11 foot storm surge, florida/georgia border, 15 inches of rain. we move on into saturday. hurricane force winds along the coast from salvevanna, as we ext it away from the coast by sunday. storm surge, again, the big problem. not so bad down into central florida.
tides. savanna, 7 to 1 1 feet storm surge, an then charleston, on into wilmington, 2 to 4 feet, around myrtl beach. we could see upwards of 15 inches. storm surge, again, the big problem. that's where the most deaths occur. we'll talk about that more in-depth a little later. guys. >> al, y let's go to florida governor rick scott, he has been sounding the alarm for days. he is on the phone with us good morning. thank you for your time this morning, sir. >> good morning. if you're in the jacksonville area, you're going to see a lot of storm surge. there is no reason to take a risk. we've been working to get everyone to evacuate that can. we've had a lot of people evacuate. we're seeing hurricane force winds. i'm trying to make sure we don't lose one life.
>> governor, i lheard your warnings yesterday. it is hard to get out, people who hunker down, don't tend to advertise that they're hunkering down. do you have any idea how many people heeded your warnings and those who didn't? >> we have 22,000 people in shelters right now, we had a lot of people that went inland, the west coast. the hotels are filled up. we did a good stayed open, a little congestion. we had fuel throughout the state. we still do. we had a few stations without fuel for a period of time. people had the opportunity to evacuate. i think most people did. and you know, we're going to see, at daylight, how much damage we have. about 400,000 homes without power right now. >> we just heard al talking about the danger of the storm surge, the heart of what can be
at this hour? >> absolutely. if you look at the last hurricane we had, which was just a category 1, we had up to 10 foot storm surge in the pan handle. she didn't evacuate when she was supposed to, got up to a foot and a half, the water was rushing in, she got out of the oh house and she was lucky. there was a high water vehicle that took her to safety. if they hadn't, she would have passed away. it is worst. we're going to have up to 12 jacksonville area, they've got low-lying areas. if you have have a chance to evacuate, you need to get out now. you've got to get out. save your life. that's what i care about. everybody's life. >> governor, i know you spoke to the president yesterday, he declared the coastal areas a federal disaster area. what exactly does that mean for you? what resources will it open up
food, water, tarps. yesterday, we asked for some support, things like that generators. i've been talking to the head of the army corps of engineers, and we need, you know, debris removal crews, power support, utilities, but people are working well together right now. we're going to assess the damage. but right now, my biggest concern is save every life. save every life. somebody who has care of yourself. >> florida governor, rick scott, an incredibly busy morning. so happy to have your time. thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> all right, jeff gammons grew up in florida chasing storms. he is with us by skype from cocoa beach. good morning to you. talk about this storm in comparison to others you have followed throughout the years. >> good morning.
light is just breaking. i was a little concerned about this storm, thinking that we could be looking at another hurricane charlie that i encountered over a decade ago in southwest florida which was a category 4 hurricane, but thankfully, the eye of this storm has remained well off shore. we've been experiencing maybe the worst over the last hour here in cocoa beach, with category 1 gusts, and maybe a little bit sustained just on the threshold of category 1. so just offshore. there is a lot of power outages. a lot of power flashes. trees down. but i don't see any structural damage yet, but i haven't left the parking garage. i should know that pretty soon. >> jeff, did you hear or see a lot of people that didn't heed the warnings from the governor and others to get out of these low lying coastal areas? >> i'm sorry. i missed your --
seen people who apparently did not heed the evacuation orders, or is it empty? >> i originally started at fort pierce, north of palm beach, and when we saw the eye was further offshore, i relocated up here to cocoa beach. i was the only one on the road. i didn't see anyone. it looked like everyone was gone by 9:00, 10:00. it was complete ghost town, driving north on >> people did heed tevacuation war warnings. >> what can you tell us about the situation by cape canaveral? >> power outages that we expected, a look out front as we drive into th pelican beach area, and we're right here at
beach. i mean, we are less than a short walk to the beach. so what i'm going to do is put on my safety goingleggles, and going to get out of the car. give me one moment. okay, going to do is take you up here. this is the biggest surprise. the concern was the storm surge. the storm surge that we know can travel well into several miles. here we are at satellite beach, and as we take a look here, as the sun is first coming up, you can see the storm surge didn't even make it up to the sand dunes here. it is a rough sea, of course, this morning. certainly, rougher than normal.
in satellite beach. right now, cape canaveral, patrick air force base right up that way, the area here was not hit hard. the hurricane is just right up there. what we've got is the back end winds now hitting us in this area, and even though you can see it sort of over here moving the sea grapes around and buffetting the area, these are tropical winds at best. stay safe. i know you'll report back to us. we want to go over to al, because we keep hearing about the storm surge, but clear it up. is it something you would expect to see immediately or something that comes on shore a little bit later? >> well, it is not ahead of the system, as you start to see this, you will start to see, as the pressure falls, water levels start to rise, and the winds, the hurricane force winds push all that water closer to the
so 11 foot at high tide, 11 foot storm surge, that's on top of the high tide. so to give you perspective, the highest surge, when sandy was 4 to 9 feet, as we get to northern florida and the georgia coastline, we put the radar up, i can show you, this is what the big problem will be. you're going to be looking at this system pushing all this wet weather, wind and rain up against there, and that rain and that storm surge and will causal the flooding and so that's why we are so worried about jacksonville, and those places up as you get into georgia. look at those seas. you can see, all those waves pushing. this is satellite beach, florida. the waves pushing up against the shore and causing the flooding and beach erosion. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30
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legal idea to use social media to fight crime. others aren't so thrilled. let's check traffic and weather. >> the fog has been causing a couple of accidents, especially the north metro area so here's a look at sky9. look at that, a beautiful shot there this morning, we do have some of those low level clouds, that's what's causing that fog out there. take a look at some of the roads. this is 136th avenue and westminster. you can see in the clearing up relatively nicely. there was an accident that is cleared from that area as we speak. we have a couple other accidents across the metro area, but not impacting drive times, at least north of the metro area too dramatically as of yet. and around here we talked about the fog a little bit. that will be resolving itself here in the next couple of hours. but, boy, look at some of the images we have had around the area today, up around longmont and erie, limited visibility. this is very shallow fog and it
everybody gets sunshine across the state. moving into the 60s for the most part at lower terrains, 50s in the mountains. we are good for about 65 degrees today, a frosty start to the morning tomorrow before an even milder saturday. by sunday and monday we top pretty close to 80 degrees before another chance for showers moves through early
we are back now at 7:30. it is friday morning, 7th of october, 2016. and these are the conditions in daytona beach as matthew, the most powerful hurricane to hit florida in a decade, is raking the florida coast as we speak. hour reported in some places, and of course, all morning long we will have the very latest on matthew. other stories to bring you up to date on with that storm b barreling up the coast, donald trump and hillary clinton's campaigns have moved staff out of harm's way, moving offices and canceling some campaign events. clinton is off the trail today preparing for sunday's debate. trump spoke at a new hampshire town hall last night. he insists it was not a practice
investigators now say the commuter train that crashed in hoboken, new jersey last week was going twice the speed limit. the data recorders have also revealed the train's emergency brake was engaged less than one second before the accident. as you know, one woman was the platform and was killed. more than 100 others injured. the jonbenet ramsey case making new headlines today. burke ramsey, her older brother, is suing a forensic pathologist for defamn sister. complaint alleges the doctor in a recent radio interview said that burke bludgeoned jonbenet to death in 1996. burke ramsey is seeking at least $150 million in damages. we want to go back to this morning's breaking news, hurricane matthew. >> nbc's kerry sanders is driving through the storm near cape canaveral. now he's gotten out in a parking lot. kerry, good morning to you. >> reporter: well, good morning.
park. you can see the trees are still standing. the wind is blowing. what we can really do is we can take you out here to the beach. now understand, this is the sand dune and the sea grapes here. it is just there that we expected to see this tremendous storm surge that would have come over. for point of reference, we've seen in mississippi, for instance, katrina, the storm surge went up to miles inland. it was predicted that this would be a tremendous storm surge, a strong storm surge at all. just the water which is very ferocious out there. you can see, these are not the sort of waves we normally see in florida breaking out there. in fact, you can see the surf out there just really quite strong. if we look up this direction here, that's north. okay? as we look up that direction,
where the eye wall is. and so had it come in a little closer to shore i think we would have seen a very different situation. but the tightly compact nature of these very strong winds, about 35 miles out from the eye, means that the tropical force winds were what buffeted this area. we certainly expect some gusts but not the hurricane-force winds we ct beyond the storm surge, we still have electricity in the area. that's really rare. electricity usually gets knocked out. matt? savannah? >> that's rare but very good news for the people there. kerry, thank you very much. let's go about 15 minutes to the south of where kerry is right now. nbc's miguel almaguer in cocoa beach. >> reporter: good morning. that driving rain has finally slowed down but we still have these strong wind gusts that continue to hit us, although right now we are in a bit of a lull. i can tell you just about a
loud explosion where we are standing at right now, about 100 yards away. a transformer just exploded s sending sparks in to the air. some businesses are running on back-up generators, though clearly no one is inside them. we've seen some street lights on here that have been flickering over the last several minutes. so the power situation is still very fluid. over the last hour or so, we've also taken a look around the neighborhood here. there are some downed trees but no significant damage. at least nothing that we have been abl mostly intact. we haven't seen any roofs blown off or windows blown out yet. many though here in this area did take precaution. there it is again. another transformer exploding. flashes of green light here. so no major structural problems here again. the big issue here at this hour seems to be the wind and the power. back to you, savannah. >> does give you a scare when you see those transformers short out. miguel, thank you so much.
the winds were really strong when we talked to him. let's see how he's doing now. ron, i can see they're still going. can you hear me? >> reporter: yeah, hey, matt, good morning. we have a little bit of a phenomenon going on here. the wind is predominantly coming out of the north-northeast. the palm trees are all facing toward the southwest. but because we are in a little bit of an alcove here, this wind is coming in, whipping around the building and hitting us back. we'll cross the this is our only light. this is going to be the real culprit of any major damage, any potential loss of life possibly later on this afternoon. it is angry right now but this is calm compared to what we are expecting between noon and 1:00 eastern time. that is the next high tide, right around 12:45 where we could see that storm surge anywhere from 7 to 11 feet
flat beach and there is little in the way of dunes protecting that water from getting out in to the community. we do expect that some of these side roads that give access to the beach will take on some water and there are a lot of inlets up and down leading into the intracoastal water way about a mile or so inland. a lot of people have homes on the intracoastal water way and this water can come up very quickly. you might look out one minute and it will look fine. two minutes later you've got water heading toward your so the hour between 12:00 and 1:00 is going to be really critical in the daytona beach area. back to you. >> ron, thank you very much. al of course has been tracking this storm for days now. he's over in what we are calling the hurricane center. >> we've appropriated it from the orange room and taken it over. but here is in fact -- ron mott is here, daytona beach. here is the eye of the storm just about here. so the distance right now we're
things right now are a little less but they are getting throws feeder bands coming in and around. we'll continue to watch this as the morning wears on. matthew a category 3 storm. 35 miles east-northeast of cape canaveral, 120-mile-per-hour winds, moving north-northwest at 14. here is the deal with the winds. right now these are the strongest gusts. cape ka canaveral, 65. st. augustine, 51. vero beach, 47. ar i hurricane-plus-force winds. as we go on during the day, between daytona beach and jacksonville we've got those winds right on shore. the return flow, more like tropical force winds as the afternoon and evening wears on. we get into saturday. those hurricane-force winds buffeted right up against the carolina and georgia borders. what about power outages? upwards of 9 million people at risk from myrtle beach all the
probably the greatest concentration of those power outages going to be in northern florida, coastal georgia, and on in to south carolina, guys. so this, again, is going to be really tough. that's what's going on around >> and you can get the latest whenever you need it on matthew, check out our friends at the weather channel on cable. guys? >> all right, al, thank you so much. of course al will continue to track the storm. live transformer. we've been seeing this all
>> gives you a fright when you see it. >> that's why so many people are without power. right there. just ahead, we'll tell you about the chaos matthew is causing at airports all across the country. in just a little while, the head of fema will join us live to talk about what the government is doing to keep people safe in the storm, then help them recover from the storm. an opening night on broadway is kind of magic. i'm beowulf boritt and i'm a broadway set designer. when i started designing a bronx tale: the musical, i came up... ...with this idea of four towers that were fire escapes... d add these... ...details in with a pen. i could never do that with a mac. i feel like my job is... ...to put out there just enough detail to spur the audiences... ...imagination to fill in all the blanks. this windows pc is amazing, having all of my tools...
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hartsfield-jackson in atlanta. our busiest hub in the southeast. >> reporter: the busiest airport in the world but this morning you would think it is business as usual here in atlanta. you can see, it isn't that dramatic and here is why. most of the action as relates to aviation right now is down in florida. take a look at the photographs of miami international airport. a ghost airport yesterday afternoon with the flights all having left the gates. the gates empty. no and that really has been the story up and down the coast in miami. the closed airports, closed are ft. lauderdale, orlando, boca and melbourne. but just because an airport isn't closed doesn't mean that they aren't operating on a very limited schedule. we've seen that all up and down the i-95 corridor as the airlines have moved all the their planes out of position to get out of the way of the storm. so while technically the airport may be open, the number of flights there are very limited indeed. take a look at the flight
right now in the nation's skies. and there isn't anything happening over the skies of florida to speak of. you can see that this is really isolated to florida. the rest of the country, for the most part, it's business as usual. here in atlanta, pretty much business as usual. so the most delays and the most cancellations, let's talk about delays. 100 delays so far. you may say, well, that's not much. it is not much because if your flight is canceled, it is not delays. here about 2,300 cancellations today and tomorrow. again we are talking about flights in to and out of florida. the airlines were able to get their planes out of position. therefore, if you have a flight today from chicago to dallas or denver to d.a. or whatever, chances are that plane is not going to be affected by the storm. plane's out of position and therefore it should be able to make its normal run through the rest of the country. and now as florida starts to recover, those airports will start to open back up. we're hearing ft. lauderdale
>> tom, thank you very much. craig fugate is the administrator of fema. previously he served as the director of florida's division of emergency management. administrator fugate, good morning. nice to see you. >> good morning. >> you know florida well. not only if your official role down there but you lived through something like half-a-dozen hurricanes. what's your early take on this storm? >> people should not be looking at the damages they're seeing and say this storm is not that bad. i wouldn't outages. those are what we expect. the real danger still is storm surge, particularly in northern florida and southern georgia. these are very vulnerable areas. they've never seen this kind of damage potential since the late 1800s. and very few people are i think really prepared for what we're seeing. that's why we're telling people, the evacuation, it is probably too late for some folks, but if you can, go to higher ground. if you're in those
from governor scott a few minutes ago. he's really telling people in jacksonville in particular to get out of there, if you can. sounds like the southeastern coast of georgia as well. >> yeah. this is, again, if you go back into the history of hurricanes, they don't see them very often. but when they have had them, the storm surge has been the principle damage and also the principle risk to loss of life. and in florida it can go well inland with the st. john's river and the other tributaries, the st. mary's. these areas are extremely vulnerable to storm surge. don't look at what's happened in south florida. they've got winds and power outages. but the most deadly impacts of the storm may yet to be approaching that coast so they need to be moving to high ground. >> not out of the woods by a long shot. fema administrator, craig fugate. thank you so much for your time p. coming up, carson shows you what it is like to fly right
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we're back at 7:51. we have an-clo look at the power of this hurricane. carson is in the orange room with that. >> guys, this is crazy video no one's shared on facebook. that is noaa getting a lot of traction online at their research crew in a plane flying through the eye of hurricane matthew showing just how powerful those winds are. another indicator of the strength of this storm, believe several waffle houses along the i-95 coast of florida. may seem like we're joking but in the past, fema administrators have referred to waffle houses an informal way to track storms of staying open during extreme conditions. the #braveforflorida. people offering free lodging on
some people doing their best to keep spirits high. here is a full list of activities going on today. you've got bingo, family karaoke, just some things to do, especially with the kids. now throughout the morning we're going to be keeping you updated on air as well as online. dylan is streaming right now with the latest. you can follow the "today" show on twitter and facebook or head to today.com to see a full live stream of this morning's show. >> that airplane video is no fun. >> i've been on those and it is >> i'd be wearing nine of those little patches behind my ears. just ahead, much more on the impact of hurricane matthew. al is getting in a brand-new update right as we speak. >> the national hurricane center track at 8:00. i know you're my financial advisor, but are you gonna bring up that stock again? well you need to think about selling some of it. my dad gave me those shares, you know.
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coming up on channel 20. >> hi, everyone. i'm gary shapiro. here's what's coming up on channel 20 for 9news 8:00 a.m. this morning. you have heard about the wind, you have seen the rain, but hurricane matthew is bringing up a fire danger too. we will talk about that. he lost all four of his legs. he's a veteran. but he had a big operation and it's giving this former marine a chance to finally explore his dreams. and not quite home, not quite out of the woods but a douglas county detective, dan
center after spending a month in the hospital after getting shot. we will update his condition. right now let's check the weather and traffic with tracey and marty. >> it's been a foggy start this morning. it has caused a couple of accidents north of the metro area but as of right now we are seeing the major slowdowns along i-25. this is a look at i-25 headed southbound, that's where you see the congestion. northbound looks okay but farther down we do have an accident northbound on i-25 and hampden so 285 and that os now another accident right near 225 just as you're exiting and a couple of accidents still to the north. one i want to make sure you know about, washington and 50th, a rollover accident early this morning has that intersection still closed so if you take washington into the metro area, you may need an alternate route. >> that's been going on forever. and the fog continues in northern colorado. this is near the longmont area on i-25, but we are seeing some improvement now where visibility was really terrible
it is improving. we anticipate things to improve dramatically between now and 9:30. we get rid of the fog in northern colorado and the northeastern plains, it's clear sailing for the rest of the day. sunshine, temperatures in the 60s for the eastern plains, the front range and western valleys. we look to be about 65 degrees today, a frosty start on saturday. but a dry, warm finish, near 70 tomorrow, 75 to 80 degrees ay light showers coming up on tuesday as things cool off for the middle of the next
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, breaking news. a dangerous hurricane matthew hammering florida this morning. a days-long pounding of damaging winds, flooding rains, and a potentially historic storm s mass power outages already being reported. we're live across the region with the very latest "today," friday, october 7th, 2016. welcome back, everyone, to this show -- this "today" on this friday morning. hurricane matthew is lashing the eastern coast of florida. but as the fema administer said to us a short time ago, don't really pay attention to what you
get ready for that storm surge which will come a little later this morning. >> that's right. and they are looking at other, northern parts of florida now, southeast coast of georgia, south carolina. we have already seen power outages for hundreds of thousands across the region. officials in haiti just released the latest death toll from the storm there. it's risen now to nearly 500 people. >> we have complete coverage beginning with nbc's ron mott, he's in daytona beach getting blown around all morning long. >> reporter: hey, matt, savannah, good morning to you. we're told by meteorologists that this band that is ever approaching the daytona beach area will give us a bit of a test here over the next hour. we are starting to feel it, let me tell you. you see these palm trees behind me. these trees are facing out toward the ocean. those behind me are facing away from the ocean. that's because the wind is coming in to this portico here,
the real concern is, you guys have been mentioning all morning, is the surge. that's the thing everybody is worried about lehere. the last 20 minutes this ocean has churned up quite a bit. don't know how well it is registering on the camera but that water is getting ever closer to the seawall. from noon to 1:00 eastern time is when we are expecting the next high tide here. that is going to be a real critical hour for daytona beach and surrounding communities because we could see potentially anywhere from 7 to 11 storm surge. all of these small access roads that lead to the beach, and especially important, those water inlets that head inland to the intracoastal waterways. that water is going to rise rather rapidly. folks who have homes on the intracoastal waterway may look out and see the water where they always like to see it, and two minutes later it may be in their house. so the next four, five hours very critical here. back up to you in new york.
"nbc nightly news" anchor lester holt is about a two hours drive to ron's south in melbourne, florida. lester, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. the eye has now moved past us but we are still picking up some very strong wind gusts interrupted by moments of calm. and then torrential rains interrupted by moments of just sprinkles. the wind right now picking up. as i walk you into the street here, part of this downtown area is without power, part of it behind me does have power. we've seen branches like this like tumble weeds. you mention the storm surge. earlier i had gone out to look around the indian river area. there was no sign of any flooding. i just walked over there about ten minutes ago. it is about 200 yards in that direction and it is now beginning to overtop the highways. we're seeing our first signs here of the storm surge. in fact, if you were watching "nightly news" last night, i was anchoring very close to there. that area now is underwater. that has forced the next shoe to
storm system. we've only had a look around this immediate area because it is still a little dangerous to get out. there are no signs of any major damage to any homes or structures. we understand one hotel nearby a window was blown out. also some of our folks who were at the beach area about a mile or so from here, they didn't see any signs of damage there from the wind. we didn't see the 120-mile-per-hour winds here. we did see, however, some very, very strong gusts of 70 miles per hour or more. so there will be the t also, a lot of power lines have been snapping. when we went out earlier, there was just a shower of sparks on the horizon as some of those lines were pulled. a very, very dangerous situation. people here have largely heeded the call to evacuate. there are some people who have stayed in this area, hoping it wouldn't be as bad as feared. but no one can really get out there to really see how bad the damage is for a couple more hours. we'll send it back to you in new york.
melvin also in melbourne. he spent the night checking out damage to see what he could find. craig, good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. we just heard lester talk about the debris that's littered throughout this town. another major concern, the high winds. not long ago, i'd say two, two and a half-hour ago, we saw wind gusts just over 100 miles per hour. no surprise that you've seen these downed branches, some downed trees as well. those dire warnings from local florida governor rick scott. two seem as if folks took those warnings very seriously and prepared for the worst. overnight, monster matthew slamming into florida. relentless rain, thrashing winds, exploding transformers. people praying for the best. many waking up without power this morning. here in melbourne, few businesses stayed open.
fire grill. the owner and his 2-year-old toddler in his arms. most other heeding dire warnings. >> evacuate, evacuate, evacuate. >> reporter: 1.5 million people in this state under evacuation orders by the governor. bumper to bumper traffic as a mass exodus of floridians escaped the coast. >> i know you don't want to sit in a shelter but it might be the difference between life and death. >> reporter: the 250 people at are not taking any chances. they've brought their pets, dogs, cats -- even a chicken -- with them. but some, like this 72-year-old, are staying home and risking it all. >> do not assume you can survive if you choose to stay. >> reporter: the weather channel with a blunt message aimed squarely at people choosing to stay. >> this is like no storm in the record books. >> reporter: an understandable fear when you see the devastation matthew left behind in the caribbean.
killed. that number expected to rise. this morning, entire communities flattened, homes reduced to rubble. the scope is jaw-dropping and will likely worsen as the waters recede. in the bahamas, 140-mile-per-hour winds ripping up docks and uprooting boats. but matthew appears to have left the bahamas without any loss of life. it's now racing full throttle to the carolinas. south carolina under a state of >> we do want people if they've been holding out, to go ahead and reali ize -- it is time to move. >> reporter: power outage is again a big part of this story here. we lost power on this main thoroughfare about four hours ago, roughly. 1 00,000 households in brevard county right now without power. that number is expected to rise. the death toll in haiti where matthew tore through over the
of -- close to 500. matt? savannah? >> craig melvin, thanks. al's over in our hurricane center. you just got an update, didn't you? >> we did. this is the latest. as you can see on the radar, there is the eye. it is in between daytona and melbourne. as it pushes north, we can tell you that we still have a category 3 storm. it is 35 miles north-northeast of cape canaveral. 120-mile-per-hour winds. the winds haven't died down at all. nort hour. the barometric pressure has been rising a little bit. that's good news. the storm is not intensifying at this point. it is passed daytona by later this afternoon. then it comes up along jacksonville. that's where we'll start to see some of that storm surge. by early tomorrow morning, it is parallel to savannah, then makes its way past myrtle beach. and by sunday, it is making its way monday back toward the bahamas by wednesday as a tropical storm. it is not unheard of that storms
usual. again, four to six feet above high tide for storm surge from west palm to ft. pierce. not going to be that big a problem. here's where we're most concerned. from daytona beach up to savannah, on top of the high tide, a 7 to 11-foot storm surge. and then as we get closer to charleston, on in to myrtle beach, about four to six feet, generally speaking. a little bit less as you get closer toward wilmington. we are looking for anywhere from 10 to 15 inches of rain from
>> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> all right, al, we will keep an eye on it. of course we'll have a lot more on the storm ahead. but first, there are other stories making headlines. turnin ing politics as well. donald trump and hillary clinton getting ready for sunday's prime time debate. nbc's peter alexander is at the white house with a preview on that. >> good morning. donald trump facing a lot of pressure today to improve upon his first debate performance this sunday it's going to be a town hall style event and trump's been getting a dry run of sorts. he got one last night in new hampshire. it was a town hall event. but this one was invitation only. as you can imagine, the questions were pretty friendly. hillary clinton, she has no public events scheduled between now and sunday. she's been holding up with her senior advisors preparing for this weekend. what's interesting is a poor performance for trump, and there are already some rumblings among congressional republicans also on the ballot next month that
themselves from trump to start campaigning as a check on hillary clinton. another note in the midst of this powerful storm, matthew could potentially impact voting in the southeast. clinton campaign had requested that the voter registration date, the deadline of next tuesday in florida, be extended. but florida's republican governor there, rick scott, he is the chairman of the super pac supporting donald trump's campaign, said he has no plans to extend the voter registration deadline beyond next tuesday. he said people will ha ways to vote between now and november 8th. south carolina, by the way, did extend its deadline because of the hurricane and evacuations. i'm told by aides here the president will be briefed on the storm again early this morning. waiting to see if he will make any public remarks. he leaves for his hometown of chicago at 11:00. >> peter, thank you for the political head lines. for the first time we are seeing what happened inside a minnesota mall during that stabbing rampage last month. officials released surveillance
according to the fbi, adan had been radicalized by extremists or himself. colombian president juan manuel santos won the nobel peace prize today for his efforts to end a five decades long civil war there that's killed more than 200,000 colombian voters narrowly rejected the paegs deal that santos helped bring about. the norwegian committee says it does in the mean the peace process is dead. just ahead we'll talk to a storm chaser who's been following the worse o'of hurricane matthew basically throughout the night. and you will not believe the price gouging that our "rossen
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>> it is windy and rainy. and that's been pretty much it for the last 24 hours or so. >> caleb, let me ask you a question. a lot of people look at you guys out there in these storms and they say, why is he out there in areas where other people have been told to evacuate. do you take special precautions? you look like you are in a typical family car. >> yeah, there is a lot of precautions that go into it. i have bottles of water that i bring along with me. food for case anything goes wrong. but the reason that we do this is, there's nowhere else in any part of the world that you're ever going to be able to experience this sort of raw, natural power. and nowadays you can pretty much do it within the confines of some sort of safety or refuge that will allow natural spectacle, if you will. >> yeah. well, caleb, don't take any risks and kind of stay out of
get around but thank you very much. >> absolutely. now to a sad fact of life. this often comes with disasters like this. price gouging. we're talking about everything from gas to hotels. "today" national investigative correspondent jeff rossen has found a number of troubling cases down in florida. jeff, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, matt and savannah, good morning to you. we're here in orlando this morning. there's been some heavy rain and some wind. you can see the palm trees blowing right now but it is certainl we are west inland here in florida and people are fleeing to places like orlando, places like tampa, evacuating from the east coast to get away from the worst of the storm. we have uncovered this morning stores, gas stations, even hotels taking advantage of those storm victims by jacking up their prices. >> reporter: this woman and her young children scared for their lives, forced out of their tampa
>> last night i paid $37. >> what do they want you to pay tonight? >> $200. >> $200. >> yes. >> and now you have to leave. >> yeah. >> can you afford that? >> no, i cannot. >> reporter: that's right. as matthew barreled in, she says this days inn tripled the rates. >> they ever's just taking advantage of us. making extra money because there is a hurricane coming. >> in a state of emergency. >> yeah. >> when people like you are as desperate as y >> yes. sad to say i have to say that, but i am desperate right now. i have to do the best that i can. >> to take care of these little ones. >> yes. >> where are you going to stay tonight. >> i have no clue. >> reporter: and she's not alone. this woman says the hotel did it to her, too. now she's in her car stuffed with all her belongings. >> what do you make of this? >> i think it is heinous and insane and just dreadful. >> reporter: we wanted to see for ourselves.
>> what's your rate tonight? >> $199. >> $199? aren't they normally like $50? >> $62. >> reporter: state investigators received a complaint and showed up. now considering legal action. sir, jeff rossen from nbc news. i know you are the manager here. >> i don't run the hotel. corporate sets the prices. >> you think it is wrong? >> what's wrong? >> raising the price by three >> i have no idea, sir, i have no idea about the prices. >> reporter: days inn telling nbc news we are deeply troubled by these allegations because they are no way reflect our brand values. this hotel is franchised so we don't manage inventory and rates and we'll investigate. but it is not just hotels. >> that's where we're seeing a lot of our price issues. >> reporter: the florida attorney general's office setting up a special price gouging hotline, getting thousands of tips -- and people
out gas stations like this one charging $8.88 per gallon. another, charging $9.99 per gallon. and this store selling bottled water for a whopping $30! is this illegal? >> absolutely. during a state of emergency, you cannot for substantially raise prices, whether it is a hotel room, fuel, xcommodities such a water. generators. you cannot raise prices substantially and that's what these bad people are doing and it is hurting our good cen in a time of need when they are the most vulnerable. >> reporter: by the way, no matter where you live in the country, we can all learn something from this. price gouging does happen whenever there is a storm. what you want to do if you notice it happening during this storm or any other near where you live, call your state's attorney general's office. here in florida, matt and savannah, they actually have investigators out today responding to these complaints in real time so you may actually get some resolution. by the way, we are happy to
hotel room for last night and again tonight. they've been able to ride this storm out safely with their young kids. we're happy to report that. we checked in with them, all is good. >> jeff, thanks. these events bring out the best in people and, unfortunately -- the worst as well. the low country of south carolina may escape a direct hit by flooding is expected to be a major problem there as we head flu this weekend. we have the mayor of charleston on the phone cuss now. mr. mayor, good morning to you. i think a lot of peore looking at south florida and thinking, it wasn't that bad. you have a storm headed your direction. does that make your work more difficult? >> well, good morning, pmatt an savannah. thank you for having me on this morning. our hearts, by the way, and prayers go out to the folks that are feeling this storm right now down in florida. and those pictures from haiti and some of the islands, i mean we want to help those folks when we get through this ourselves. but, yes, we have potential for serious flooding here in the low
still, there is time for them to get out today and move inland and evacuate. folks who haven't left yet. but we have a confluence, a triple threat of high tide, storm surge and torrential rain that will surely lead to flooding here in the low country. >> and mr. mayor, not to bring up bad memories, but you guys had some severe flooding in your city just a year or so ago. what did you learn during that event that helps you prepare for this one? >> well, we learned that we do and boats and inflatables available and we have that equipment now. we've also learned to take better care in cleaning ditches and storm drains, and just be ready to help water flow as well as we can. but we've also learned in certain areas, just to move people to higher ground. and in some neighborhoods, we've actually been going door do
folks to get out and evacuate and move to higher ground. >> are you finding that people are heeding that warning, sir? >> yes, ma'am. yes, ma'am. and today folks are still leaving and we still have buses picking up citizens and taking them to shelters that we have available in the higher ground of the county. >> mr. mayor, we're thinking about you and the people in your region. we thank you for taking time on a really busy morning. >> but after this storm, come sunday, things are going to be bright and sunny again in charleston. we welcome you all to come >> thank you for the invitation. we'll be covering hurricane matthew throughout the morning. just ahead though, we'll take a little bit of a turn. al will go one-on-one with the first lady. and laura prepon is stopping by. she's in "the
girl on the train." but first your local news and
coming up on channel 20. >> i'm cheryl preheim. here's a look at what's happening on channel 20 for 9news 8:00 a.m. concerns from some
over denver police's use of tracking software that can watch social media accounts. why some are worried it could cross a line coming up. you're seeing a lot of political ads and our political
busy fact checking them. coming up his latest truth test on an ad attacking a local republican. also the season's first freeze has arrived for a lot of people. so that has us looking at the to do list to tackle before it really gets consistently cold around here. let's check that weather and traffic now, looking ahead to a gorgeous weekend, tracey and marty. >> we have had trouble spots this week. >> and today. >> today some fog so we have been dealing with the weather elements. as for right now across the metro area, not deg the fog but we are still dealing with that influx of traffic. i-25 headed southbound, this is at university, that's going to be where you are hitting the brakes and we start to see that traffic slowing down a little bit more. your average speeds right around 44 miles per hour so not the worst we have seen it for this time of day. actually quite good and northbound you're in the green lights the whole way as well. so we are not seeing too bad of traffic this morning. we did start with a couple of bad accidents and that fog did have something to do with it.
-- tracey still got the fog in northern colorado. this is from cdot, this is actually improving along i-25 at erie and i really think in the next hour you're going to see dramatic improvement in the fog in northern colorado. the rest of us are all basking in sun and that's the way we are going to spend most of the day across most of the state with highs in the mid to upper 60s throughout eastern colorado and in the western valleys look for a nice rebound up near the 50s for looking ahead during the day today, 65 the forecast high downtown, sunshine, dry, mild conditions for you. tonight we could see a little bit of frost here and there. shouldn't be quite as chilly as it was this morning. a warmer day tomorrow, even milder sunday, monday, our next chance for showers is going to have to wait until tuesday and even at that, it doesn't look
harvest at the white house kitchen garden. then, straight from the confines of litchfield penitentiary, "orange is the new black" star laura prepon is here, talking about her big onscreen role in "the girl on the train." we have the play by play for "sunday night football," chicken on a stick and, fellas, something called dude dip. >> i live for dude di but first, let's get a check of the weather, including hurricane matthew. >> that's right. we want to take a quick look and show you what's happening in your week ahead. here's how we shape up. again, we've got matthew on the southeast coast. heavy rain in the pacific northwest. showers in the southwest. plenty of sunshine through the gulf coast. then as we look into sunday -- sunday -- we're looking at that wet weather. more wet weather in the
clear, mild, 54 degrees. that's sunday night, "football night in america". >> announcer: this "sunday night football" weather is brought to you by verizon. introducing verizon lte advanced. powering america's largest and fastest 4g lt e! network ever. better matters. >> all right. you had a busy thursday. you were in the weather center tracking hurricane matthew and you found time to take a trip to the white house for the "today's garden" series. >> thursday marked the end of an era at the obama white house. final fall harvest in the kitchen garden. the first lady started it as her larger initiative, let's move,
this bittersweet final phase. ? >> reporter: from seed to sprout, it's full season for this garden on the go. our 1952 dodge pick-up truck is back where it all began. >> i don't think anyone would mind if i park here. >> reporter: at 1600 pennsylvania avenue celebrating the first lady's final fall harvest at the white house kitchen garden. a salute t obama's initiative dedicated to encouraging children and families to make healthier choices through food and exercise. >> how has this garden changed the way you look at food? >> what i tell kids is, food is fuel in some very fundamental ways. because i know that i feel differently. i perform differently given what i. you the in my body. it's really done a lot to make
house? you or mr. obama? >> you know, now he would argue that he's better at everything. but i was the person who cooked the most. i was the family's cook. so i definitely have more tricks up my sleeves. >> this is exciting! you guys ready? >> reporter: the first lady planting and harvesting this 1,500 square foot plot since 2009. through the work of let's move, 11 million children attend schools where they strive to make an hour of physical activity the norm. an country, 50 million kids have access to healthier meals and snacks. >> let's move really has literally, no pun intended, become a movement. >> now you've got fast food restaurants that serve salad. you've got skim milk and apples in kids' meals. so we're seeing this cultural shift and i think that let's move around all the partners, the thousands and thousands of
reshaping the way we think about what we eat and how we move. and i'm proud of that. >> what would be your advice to the next first lady or first gentleman who's going to reside here? >> in the words of sasha obama, i'd say, do you. i would just urge the next person coming in to this role to make it your own. because it's believable when it comes from the deepest part of who you are. because this is a platform to make a lot of change. >> well, in honor of bmrs. obama's initiative, we are presenting our garden goodies to edible schoolyard nyc. they've embraced the first lady's philosophy of healthy eating. we are with kids from ps-7 from east harlem. see everything in the truck back there? all the food -- you don't get
the truck for your lunches and to take home. and there's even honey. i'm going to have you hold this because i'm an old man. i need a young, strapping guy like you to hold that. you really like eating healthy, right? >> yeah. >> how has it changed your way of eating? >> i changed my way of eating, first of all, whether i went to the kitchen, i didn't want to eat nothing. i didn't want to eat in this is an nbc news special report. here's matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> good morning, everyone, i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie. >> moments ago the president addressed what's been happening with hurricane matthew from the oval office.
house lawn with more on that. peter, good morning, what did the president have to say? >> reporter: good morning to you. the public comments from the president coming just as he wrapped up his daily briefing alongside the administrator of fema. they can't afford to be complacent, even though last night the storm didn't hit the florida coastline, suggesting people north of jacksonville and the georgia area now have to be h having called the governors of all the states in that region overnight declaring states of emergency in georgia after already having done so in florida. cueing up the tape, the president finishing these remarks a matter of moments ago, what he said, storm surge is one of the biggest concerns. if we can right now, we want to
moments ago in the oval office. >> obviously, everybody has been tracking the course of hurricane matthew, and i just received an update from our fema director, craig fugate, as well as the rest of our national security team, and i just wanted to make a couple of key points. first, what we're seeing now is florida and some of the largest population centers, working its way north, and the big concern that people are having right now is the effect it could have in areas like jacksonville, on through georgia. and we've seen some significant damage in portions of south florida, i think the bigger
many of you will remember hurricane sandy, where initially people thought this doesn't look as bad as we thought and then suddenly you get massive storm surge and a lot of people were severely affected. and so i just want to emphasize to everybody that this is still a really dangerous hurricane, that the potential for storm surge, flooding, loss of life, and severe property damage continues to exist, and people continue to need to follow the instructions of their local officials over the course of the next 24, 48, 72 hours. those of you who live in georgia, i think, should be
there's been a lot of emphasis on florida, but this is going to keep moving north through florida and south carolina, there are large population centers there that could be vulnerable, so pay attention to what your local officials are telling you. if they tell you to evacuate, you need to get out of there and move to higher ground, because storm surge can move very quickly and people can think that they are out of the woods and then suddenly get hit and not be in a position in which they and their families are safe. so, pay attention to local officials. in the meantime, i've been in contact with the governors of all four of the potentially affected states. i want to thank them all for their leadership. there's been strong cooperation between federal and state and local officials. fema has worked diligently to preposition resources, assets,
the hurricane moves north, what craig and his team will be doing is moving those resources and assets further north so that any place that happens to get hit badly will be in a position to immediately come in and help. but i really want to emphasize the governors have been on top of this, state and local officials have been on top of this. they are the ones who are tracking most closely what is happening in your particular you need to pay attention to them, do what they say, do not be a hold out here, because we can always replace property, but we can't replace lives. i want to thank craig and his whole team, as well as department of homeland security, my own national security team, for really staying on top of this. we're going to monitor this throughout the weekend. our thoughts and prayers are
affected. you know, it's -- even if the damage in south florida wasn't as bad as it could be, there are people who have been affected and for them, they are going to need help. last point i'd like to make is we're still tracking what happened in areas like haiti that were hit more directly. haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. it has consistently been hit and disasters to compound what is already great poverty there. we know that hundreds of people have lost their lives and that there's been severe property damage and they are going to need help rebuilding, so i would ask all americans to go to the american red cross and other philanthropic agencies to make
need it, and we'll continue to provide information if you're interested in how you can help the people of haiti and others. you can go to whitehouse.gov and we'll provide you some direction in terms of where even the smallest contribution can really make a big difference. all right? thank you very much, everybody. fema is in a good position right now. you know, we had some concerns last year when we were in the midst of budget negotiations. i think that we did a good job of making sure that fema was properly funded and not to make them blush, but we happen to have one of the best public servants in america craig fugate and his team, and they know how to manage their money and use it effectively, so that's not going to be an issue. of course, we always want to be
with some treats to t a watch the game. chicken on a stick and something called a dude dip. elizabeth, good morning. >> good morning. you know eli went to ole miss which is oxford, mississippi, is my hometown. let me tell you something, we are famous for football, william faulkner around chicken on a stick. so i had to do this because eli loves it. >> you know i love you. >> i know you do. how much do you love me? >> i may have a healthier
>> it is just one day of the week. we're not eaten chicken on a stick every night. this is our greek seasonen, cajun seasonening, flour, pickles. whisk up some egg. then we have our skewers. these have been soaked. there's some tongs. first we're going to let all of this just swim in here for a little bit. then we'll end up skewering those. >> we say it every time, if you handle the raw chicken -- >> did you see how i tongs? >> exactly. here's what it looks like. layer it like that. little pickle, little potato. >> when i div-- delores frankli taught me how to fry. first thing she said was taste that flour. you have to. that's the only way that you can see if it's seasoned enough. that needs a little bit more salt. we would add that to it but we
you're going to have to taste the raw flour. we've got one that's in here now. just always know that when we're frying, doesn't matter what it is, it will rise to the top when it's ready. so that's our signal. >> you don't have to keep guessing and taking it out. >> you really don't. leave it in there. once it rises to the top. >> how long do you think that takes? >> for something like this that's skewered, just to be safe, ten minutes. >> our tasters are downstairs. fried chicken on a stick is in it. it is fried chicken on a stick. it is chicken on a stick! >> do you like it? >> i'm knee-deep in dude dip right now. >> did any of you try the fried pickle? >> i did. >> how did that go? >> yummy. >> haven't tried it yet. >> this is the deal. let me just tell you something. those green bay packers with be they are not wearing that cheese hat because it is stylish. they're wearing it because they love some cheese. i mean i'm not talking about
i'm talking about some good old american cheese. this dip i completely stole from my brother-in-law, who i adore. you start with an amazing cheese dip. we have our melted cheese. we're going to add some chilies. those are just canned chilies and tomatoes. mix that up really, really good. that's our base. >> can i throw the lipitor right in there or actually take it afterward. guys, how you liking the dude dip? >> i'm exploring new it is the most fun thing. it is tacky as it can possibly be. we only serve this during football season. never any other time. >> you go the that melted up real good. >> now we have ground beef. we're going to add a little bit of taco seasoning to this. make sure you drain this really, really well. we would hate to have any more fat in this dip. we do want to make sure that we really get that drained. now we're going do build. basically it is going to be an island in the middle of the sea
so we want to get it all mixed together. now look, you have to be really careful because we just want it to go in the middle. we got to keep that moat of cheese. now add our black beans on top. >> little diced tomatoes. >> exactly. some pico. nobody eats a this. it has to be a chip. keep layering it up. now we have our sour cream. and this is what we're going to eat while we watch the giants take over the packers. >> you like that. you came in strong at the end there. elizabeth, thank you. guys, downstairs, we'll go run about ten miles right now. we have these recipes and more at today.com/food. packers host the giants sunday night on nbc. coverage begins 7:00 eastern
did the first lady interview. now you have birthdays. >> some smucker's jam on a triscuit. sweet, salty, love that. first up, happy 100th birthday to russell brown. this proud granddad is from austin, texas. world war ii veteran. we thank you for your service, sir. lizzy curry of orangeburg, south carolina, 100 years young. love that hat. she loves taking care of her farm animals. shows them off every year at the county fair. happy 100th birthday julia purol of detroit, michigan. frederick vaughn celebrating 100 years. every morning at 6:30 he sends each of his grandchildren an e-mail and loves using face time and he's teaching matt how to. viola brown, 100 years old, makes christmas cookies every year for her whole family.
bruce groherring. if you know somebody turning 100, head to today.com/celebrates. >> willie's here. >> willie! >> what you got? >> i just walked away from that dip. plan, is that stuff good! coming up on "sunday today," we'll talk obviously about the storm, talk about the town hall debate on and the producer of adele, beyonce, u2, the list goes on and on, and he is always thinking about music. >> i think recording in the least suspecting places is oftentimes way more inspiring. just your bedroom, an apartment. a hotel. an airplane bathroom. >> we also cooked some steaks in his kitchen. he is a big chef as well. carson, you know this well. you may not know that this guy
songs but he is producing a lot of the music that's at the top of the charts. a fun conversation coming up with him on sunday. >> he writes for so many other people. we hired him at "the voice" one of our seasons to help us out with the original music for our artists. he's prolific, to say the least. >> willie, thank you very much. i didn't see you loving that dip. i didn't see that coming.
this is 9news. hi, everyone. i'm gary shapiro with this 9news update. it took 70 years but now a denver marine who has been missing in action since world war 2 is going to be buried with full military honors. private first class ronald voss mer will be buried at fairmont cemetery over the weekend. he will be buried with public. we will put that on our website. there will be a vigil today to honor the five teenagers whose lives were cut short in a terrible crash last weekend. two of the teens were brothers, friends will gather for a candle like ceremony at praise center church and they are expecting a lot of people to come support the families. the crash happened on delbert road in arapahoe county sunday. the vigil begins at 8:00 tonight. the church is on florida avenue
then it's going to warm up. >> boy, warm up dramatically, now we have had foggy conditions in northern colorado. it continues to improve, i would say in the next hour we will really start clearing things up, get rid of the fog up north and have a sunny day for everybody. 60s for the front range, northeastern colorado and the western valleys. mostly for our friends in the mountains. 65 with sunshine around here today. tonight it could still be in the mid-30s, so a bit of frost to start but, boy is that going to get out of here quickly as we rise to near 70 degrees, upper 70s for a couple of days before a chance for some light rain comes in tuesday afternoon. >> marty, doesn't sound too bad.
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back now, more of "today's take" on this friday. halle berry notoriously protective of her children in the public eye. she posted this photo on instagram, cropping out her children's faces. you see a chin on one, and the other. a commenter calder had out for not showing the full photo and halle handled it with class. "i try to find creative ways to incorporate them into my feed because they are the biggest part of my life, but i also work very hard to keep their identities as private as iancon. it is my belief and i'm not criticizing others who have different beliefs. it is my job as their mom to protect their privacy as best i
their images on the internet, that will be for them to decide, not me. feel me? have a beautiful day. >> we were at global citizen festival a couple of weeks ago. one of our colleagues was there. her daughter is just adorable. she's about 7 years old. she says, i don't put her face on any of my social media -- like that's herrole. she said she's not old enough to get a credit score. different parents. neither is right or wrong. it is your choice. >> mine are older. 11 is my youngest, about to be 12. so 12, 15, 18.
first. >> do you look at their friends' social media like -- >> oh, all the time. i look at their friends' social media. i take a picture of it. i send it to my wife and i say, what is going on over there at the joneses? what is happening over here? and they're super like edited, pouty, like you can see that they'll doctor the waist and things. sad. >> yikes. >> one more question. do you then bring it u that kid's parent? do you say, hey -- >> like how do you do that? >> like t don't know if you noticed sara's instagram is a little -- >> i've had that with some of my siblings and their kids and my siblings with my kids. we've each kind of said, hey, you might want to look at this. because -- and i appreciate it. >> i just realized how i'm going to do it. >> what? >> so if i'm talking to a guy whose daughter is putting up a cheeky picture, i would say -- talk about someone else. say can you believe this girl? and her father never checks the
her instagram? then later on i've planted the seed, he's got a fertile mind. he says, i don't think i do either. >> i'm more direct. i like direct. i would say, hey, listen. i don't know if you saw it, i've been looking at my kid's thing and i noticed that sara had a picture up. did you see it? >> i don't think so. comes off judgy. i don't want to be judgy. people get very sensitive about that. >> you know what? i think it is individual. if you know person, you've got a hey -- >> good point. >> but if somebody -- >> these are the things you guys have to think of as parents. in like 1950 -- >> then you go to parent night at school, and you say, can you believe their daughter? >> you don't do that. can you believe the cubs are going to win the world series? >> i believe -- >> we've got to break the curse. >> i don't believe there is a curse. >> there is a curse. >> you speak about the 1945 world series whether the owner
to the game and in the fourth inning he was thrown out because his billy goat stunk, named murphy. and he said, these cubs, they ain't gonna win no more. and he walked out. he said it exactly like that. >> just like that. >> he walked out, he laid the curse. they haven't been in the world series since. >> when i lived there people did all of these rituals. there were these two nuns who never missed a game. i was there alson grabbed the ball and like ran out of town after that? i think it's over. >> it would be great -- i think cleveland has a good shot. >> cleveland had the nba. give chicago -- >> this is the year -- >> of cleveland? >> this is cleveland's year. browns, indians -- >> a successful rnc. >> are you saying cleveland-chicago? that would be a great midwest
>> i think chicago is going to go all the way. i think they got that magic team, the boy wonder who won it for the red sox, theo epstein. when he was 28 years old as the general manager of the red sox. and the big pitcher, john lester. he was 3-0 in the world series for the red sox. >> i'm going to chicago tonight. what's the thaname? theo. i need to know who i'm screaming for. >> our thoughts and prayers are with all the folks southeastern atlantic coast with matthew which is just pummelling that area. southern florida, not so badly. but as it is moving north now, geography starts to work its way in and now we're going to start to see more worries about storm surge. 45 miles north-northeast of cape canaveral. still category 3. 120-mile-per-hour winds. the path is around daytona,
category 2 storm. then comes back as a tropical storm by wednesday threatening the bahamas. it could threaten florida. so the impacts we are looking for 7 to 11-foot storm surge, 15 inches of rain from florida to the carolinas today. tonight, carolinas, hurricane-force winds, more storm surge, again, about 7 to 11 feet. that's where we're going to be watching, especially from melbourne to savannah. that's a big danger.
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welcome back to "today's take." autumn has arrived. it means it is time for some of the best veggies of the season. if you're looking for some new side dishes, we have some ideas your kids will love vegetable and by doing what you do, bring out its natural nuttiness and sweetness. i think people are going to be really surprised. >> yeah. we're doing some really interesting vegetable side dishes today. chefs around the world are taking vegetables to a new level. we'll show you how to do that in the home super easy. start with brussels. >> i love them. my kids love them. >> brussels can have a bad rap. >> because they boil them and
depending on the size, you can cut them in half. that way the flat side gets nice and crispy when it caramelizes. i'm just going to toss these with a little bit of olive oil. add some salt and pepper. i like to be really generous. we'll stick these in the oven at 400 degrees on high heat to bring out all of the natural sugars. while those are roasting, we're going to make the topping which is a pomegranate it sounds fancy but it is actually really easy. we are taking pure pomegranate juice, put a little bit of maple in it and we'll cook it down until it is nice and syrupy. thank you so much. it will boil down and get really thick and sweet. then we have this. >> drizzle on top. >> it is kind of like a glaze. i like to do a nice little drizzle. these are great for kids. they almost taste like candy because they're really sweet.
i like to do a little almond on top. use any nut. gives it a nice crunch. moving over here, we're doing a -- >> what? what? >> you should see my plate. >> little butter nut squash? >> oh, my gosh, so good. >> we're doing butternut bruschetta. when these come out caramelized onion to add some nice flavor. our onions have been caramelizing for 10, 15 minutes. then you can go ahead, we're going to add a little kick of maple and some red pepper to take it up a notch. we'll have some nice spice. those get really nice and syrupy. these are like vegetables that are much more fun than like a steamed vegetable. >> they're sweet. >> this is really good. the caramelized makes it. >> good. >> i mean it is proof that you
everyone will enjoy. >> you'll basically put that in the food processor and puree it. >> we give it a couple pulses. i like to keep it a little bit chunky so it has some texture. we can each make one. >> this is the best thing i've ever had. >> on the side, we have roasted cauliflower. it is spectacular, whole roasted cauli cauliflower. >> it has lemon and maple. i'm mint. this is great for like game day, for a dinner party. super easy. no dairy. all vegan. >> this sunday, on "sunday night football," when you watch the giants taking on the packers. we also want to give a shout out to one of our food club members. shannon emery from battleground, washington, made this dish of
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most iconic movie theme songs of all time. "ghostbusters," grammy award winner, ray parker jr. >> ray's going to treat us to a flashback friday performance of the original song in a moment. but first we want to catch up with ray as "ghostbusters" set to release on dvd october 11. hey, guys, good morning. we got fans in the building. we got your super fan here. >> this has goto exciting. the idea -- first of all, it's like this song has never gone away. >> it is the greatest song ever written, i would dare say. >> it is the reason probably for the movie. >> we just made the movie to have something to put the song to. >> ray, do you ever get tired of doing the song? >> no. >> good! good! >> it's like holding a lotto ticket. >> what's the back story behind the lyrics?
few days to write the music. but i wrote the lyrics in like 15 minutes. the messenger was standing outside the door. i had absolutely nothing. i had a huu-87 mike. i just kept playing so the guy couldn't open the door. i just kind of -- now they call it freestyle. i just kind of freestyled the whole thing. that was it. >> you didn't know that? >> i did not know that. it's always something new. >> what was interesting, is i was called at morning. "i like the way you said, i'm afraid. he said "i ain't fraid no --" he's from montreal. he said whatever it is you're talking about, i like it. i didn't even know what he was talking about. >> the reboot, "ghostbusters," out on dvd, blu-ray. >> yeah. october 11.
blu-ray is that we have hours of extras. we have an extended cut that's 15 seconds -- 15 seconds longer -- 15 minutes longer. >> well, here we go. we're going to get one more time, ray parker, jr., the classic "ghostbusters." >> woo! ? ? it's something strange in the neighborhood ? ? who you gonna call ghostbusters ? ? something weird and it don't look good tell me who you gone that call ? ? ghostbusters ? ?
the phone who ow gonna call ? ? ghostbusters ? ? say what louder ? ? ghostbusters ? ? who you gonna call ghostbusters ? ? you better call ghostbusters ? >> woo! >> thank you! >> ray parker jr. wow! you guys are terrific. i don't even know that i can do weather. but i guess i'm going to go do weather now. oh, man. can i get a playoff? can we do a little more while we're doing weather? >> few bars. >> come on, here we go. ? >> yeah. it's your "weekend outlook." if you've got some rain around
busters ? >> we are talking about hurricane matthew along the mid-atlantic coast. hopefully that will get out of here pretty quickly. heavy rain in the pacific northwest on saturday. is under the rain hangs in there in the pacific northwest, showers in the southwest. we'll still have some residual rain along the southeastern and mid-atlantic coast. but then matthew gone for a while, at least. sunny skies from the great lakes all the way down to the gulf coast.
weather. >> you're going to have surgery. >> i would love to have one but, unfortunately, i have to have a little medical test this afternoon so i can't have any bacon. >> al's going to have knee surgery so he's going to be leaving us for a while. al, these are two walkie talkies. now when you want something -- fi ial8?stuff, drive them crazy. in fact, courtney is on the other end. you can pracce >> that's my girl! >> i love it! >> so funny! >> she's the best ever. we've got one more thing for you. ready? one, two, three -- hit it! ? we wish you well we wish you well al ? >> thank you. thank you. yes! a send-off from ray parker jr. >> with a line of clothes coming
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