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52 ridgewood and whitestone and cambria heights. 47 around sussex. today sunshine breaking through the clouds. we will get to 71 this afternoon. a little above normal for this time of the year. tomorrow a shower and thunderstorm. you will need your rain gear. then sunshine and nice weather wednesday. we cool down to the end of the week. make it a good day for yourselves. it will be great. >> thank you, bill. >> that is the news for now. i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. thank you for starting your morning with us. we are back in 25 minutes with an update. in the meantime, "good morning america" is up next. have a terrific monday. good morning, america. breaking news as we come on the air -- president obama announcing he'll send hundreds of american special forces to syria arizona they ramp up
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lightning setting homes on fire. now new concerns that a huge tornadoes outbreak could be headed for the heart land in the next 4 hours. teaming up to take down donald trump. overnight a bombshell revelation from ted cruz and john kasich, their secret pact to stop the front-runner's momentum. freedom freedom beyonce's sweet success. her lemonade power play making a statement and sparking huge questions this morning. what her lyrics about cheating and lies may reveal about her marriage. and good morning, america. happy monday. boy, does beyonce now how to drop an album. >> she sure does, george. it's very, very intimate. we'll talk about that later. we also have a lot of big
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weekend. that news of ted cruz and john kasich teaming up and speculation as which candidates will pick as their running mate president obama announcing this morning he'll send up to 250 more forces to join the fight against isis. abc's terry moran has the latest from germany where the president just made the announcement. good morning, terry. >> reporter: this morning, with this move, president obama is dramatically increasing the footprint on the ground in syria. this new development of 50 forces remits a five-fold represent in the syrian chaos. these are not combat troops. their job is not engage the enemy. instead they say they'll be assisting local kurdish forces aligned with the u.s. gathering intelligence and
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>> reporter: terry, pretty significant shift, why now? >> reporter: well, george, the president and the pentagon both feel they have isis back on their heels, rolling back the front lines there, they want to double-down, keep the pressure up and take direct aim at raqqah. george. >> okay, terry, thanks very much. on top of more than 4,000 troops in iraq. severe weather overnight, tornadoes storms tearing through the heartland. now, more severe weather could be headed for the mraps. rob marciano is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, robin. active pattern over the next week. over 70 reports of severe weather. 7 tornadoes reported. some of which doing damage. no major injuries to report. last night we got off to a fast start. overnight, hail hammering the
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visibility, near impossible. drivers pulling over, finding shelter wherever they could. lightning igniting the plains. in minnesota, this house taking a direct hit, sparking into a sides catching fire. this one, with eight kids inside, having a sleepover, miraculously everyone escaping unharmed. >> no one anticipates a crack of thunder and everything gone. >> in iowa -- >> smoke starting pouring in miss room. >> reporter: this hotel spark by a bolt. guests scrambling to get out and warning neighbors by knocking on doors. in colorado, this home going up in flames after lightning struck there, too. and in kansas -- this funnel cloud looming in the sky. we'll be seeing more of that, one, two, three impulses that ride this powerful jet stream. chicago, you'll see storms after 4:00.
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be the heart of tornado alley. a moderate risk of seeing large hail and damaging winds. potentially strong, violent tornadoes. our most serious threat, george and robin, here this week. the race for the white house now. five more states vote tomorrow. pennsylvania, the biggest prize and both donald trump and hillary clinton have big leads there. but overnight a brand-new twist on the republican side, ted cruz and john kasich joining forces with a new joint strategy to stop trump. abc's tom llamas here with the details. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. an unprecedented move in the gop race for the white house. cruz and kasich unable to beat trump on their own, now working hand to hand to split some of the upcoming contests. this is all out in the open and trump not hiding how he feels. >> i'm going to win. i get a kick out of kasich and cruz. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump might have less to laugh about.
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cruz and john kasich, announceing they're joining forces to stop the front-runner. kasich agreeing to bow out of indiana to give the cruz campaign a clear path. in return, cruz's camp saying they'll step out of oregon and new mexico leaving those states to kasich, ensuring we nominate a republican to unify the party and win in november. the trump campaign responding overnight, calling it collusion. donald trump tweeting, wow, just announced that lyin ted and kasich are going to collude in order to keep me from getting the republican nomination. desperation! it's a twist capturing the trump campaign in the middle of a jekyll and hyde moment. >> this is the most presidential candidate since abraham lincoln and then we started to lose, wouldn't that be terrible, okay? we got to be a little bit
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>> reporter: the front-runner's campaign saying their candidate would, quote, evolve to appear more presidential. >> we were evolving the campaign, not the candidate. >> reporter: trump making it clear what he likes. >> i sort of don't like toning it down. if i acted presidential i guarantee you this morning i wouldn't be here. >> reporter: now, the never trump movement which has been coordinating against the billionaire endorsing this idea of cruz and kasich splitting some states for now. the goal of this is to get to the convention. something that the trump's campaign is confident won't happen. >> lot more to say. neither kasich or cruz can get the delegates they need on their own. >> that's right. now to the democratic candidates. five states up for grabs tomorrow. hillary clinton trying to close in on the nomination as bernie
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every last delegate, abc's jon karl is here. >> reporter: good morning, robin with five states in the northeast voting tomorrow, hillary clinton is hoping for a clean sweep that put her well on the way toward clinching the democratic nomination. hillary clinton is looking to finally close the deal. >> i will stand up and fight for you through this campaign. all the way to the white house! >> reporter: clinton already has 80% of the delegates she needs to clinch the nomination, but bernie sanders is conceding nothing. >> this campaign is doing well and will win. >> reporter: what do those die-hard sanders' supporters do if hillary clinton wins the nomination? this week, george asked sanders if he would rally his supporters to get behind clinton. >> i can't tell people what to do.
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make sure that donald trump does not become president of the united states. >> reporter: meanwhile in an exclusive interview with abc news, billionaire charles koch, has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to help elect republicans over the years. offered praise for bill clinton and even hillary. you think bill clinton was a better president -- >> in some ways. in other ways he wasn't exemplary. but as far as the growth of government, the increase in spending on restrictive regulations it was 2 1/2-times under bush than it was under clinton. >> possible another clinton could be better than another republican? >> it's possible. >> you can't see yourself supporting hillary clinton. >> well, her -- we would have to believe her actions would be
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rhetoric. >> hillary clinton responded via twitter said she's not interested in a koch endorsement. cruz also reacted koch he was talking about if trump was the nominee but he slammed all of the republican candidates. we're joined here by matthew dowd. let's start out with this kasich, cruz, this alliance overnight, lot of top republicans like mitt romney have been calling for this for several weeks. >> it's too little too late. bizarre show of survivor that we're seeing. last time a lines was formed when batman and lex luthor got together to stop superman and the only thing it helped was superman. it feeds into the narrative that trump has been saying that's
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>> ted cruz pointing towards indiana, next tuesday. >> an increasing sense of desperation in the cruz's campaign. i wouldn't be surprised to see him name a running mate to get an extra boost. >> that would be something that helped rojd reagan. >> one person i would put on that list and only one person carly fiorina. >> heshe's been campaigning. hillary clinton throwing endorsement saying she didn't want it. we're seeing a bit of shift in tone on the sanders' side. >> they understand the map, i think they're finally coming to a place of acceptance in the course of this. i think they're going to get to a place of acceptance through tomorrow. they'll run a message campaign. they'll stay in but they'll run
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>> and jon karl, your interview with charles koch, if he and his brother sit out this race completely over the fall, that's several hundreds millions dollars that won't be spent for the republicans. >> the kochs aren't going to endorse hillary clinton. but she should welcome them sitting on the sidelines. >> okay, jon karl, matthew dowd, thanks very much. now to a terrifying shooting outside a high school prom, a small town in wisconsin looking for answers this morning after an 18-year-old opened fire on two students before police fatally shot him. abc's neal karlinsky has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: this morning, police in antigo, wisconsin, trying to understand why this 18-year-old allegedly ambushed his former classmates walked out of their high school prom.
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>> reporter: police say jackob wagner is a former student at the high school. his insta gram account recently displaying this gun. he opened fire on a teenage boy and girl as they left the dance. both rushed to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> i was completely in disbelief when i heard that there was a shooting here. >> reporter: prom goers put on lock lockdown. >> able to stop that threat engage the subject. we don't know what led to it. >> reporter: school officials praised officers, their quick actions prevented what might have otherwise been a disaster of unimaginable proportions. school officials said wagner graduated from antigo high school last year.
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wagner may have been bullied but adding we never saw it coming. life can change in an instance, it certainly did, we feel for the other families as we mourn our own loss. if he was bullied that's certainly police here will be looking at, school will be back in session here later this morning and counselors will be on hand to help. we'll move on now to another tragedy in the midwest the latest on that multiple murder in ohio. eight members of the same family were called in what police are calling a preplanned execution. abc's alex perez is in ohio. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, investigators have been working round the clock, but so far, no arrests. authorities believe someone out there knows who's responsible and they're hoping that person steps up. the emotional 911 calls
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>> i just found my cousin with a gunshot wound. >> okay, sir, was he alive? >> no. >> reporter: eight members of an ohio family murdered. the youngest victim just 16 years old. >> all right, we've got deputies on the way. >> thank you. >> reporter: investigators searching for the killer or killers. the sheriff here so concerned he's telling the victims' families to carry weapons. >> to use caution because they were a target. >> reporter: the massacre unfolding friday near a small rural town. the family shot execution style. >> execution-style suggest they were going to kill the people. when you go up and shoot people you want to make sure they're dead. you're also making a statement, look, if you mess with us this
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>> reporter: the crime spree spreading over four separate scenes. marijuana growth operations were discovered at three of them. the person or person responsible for the deaths took the time to cover up potential evidence. >> this is not a spur of the moment murder. this is well planned out murders. >> and there's now a $25,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest, authorities say, they have already gotten more than a hundred tips they're following up on. >> alex, thanks very much. lara, johnny manziel back in the heed line and more trouble for johnny manziel, the former heisman trophy, el battled football star indicted by a
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incident with his ex-girlfriend. >> reporter: indicted by a dallas grand jury on charges he assaulted his ex-girlfriend. the 23-year-old heisman winner is accused of hitting his former girlfriend 23-year-old colleen crowley. her affidavit seeking an order of protection from manziel said she met up with manziel at zaza. >> interviewed witnesses as well as obtained video from surveillance video. she became very scared in trying to fight him off. she told the valet, please don't let him take me i'm scared for my life. later that night, she claims that manziel struck her with his
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>> manziel -- >> the former superstar losing endorsement deals and was recently dropped by his agent. >> i don't have a choice because this situation is spiraling downward i'm not going to be a part of a young man destroying his life. >> reporter: manziel telling abc news i'moping to take care of the issues in front of me right now so i can focus on what i have to do if i want to play in 2016 for "good morning america," kayna whitworth. let's go back to rob. >> this active pattern is going to bring severe weather to the south. this parade of low pressure rides along this powerful jet
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this video out of houston or windy conditions will continue out west and a nice day across much of the east coast. extended forecast -- we're almost into may, guys. >> can you believe it? >> feel like may if not june over the next week. >> all right, rob, thank you. coming up -- we continue remembering prince and the star's role as jevohah's witness. beyonce surprises fans with a brand-new album over the weekend. setting off speculation about her marriage. so, who is becky with the good hair? and stealing the show, the young sons taking over dad's press conference, what they said that's getting huge reaction this morning. come on is that they contour to your body. i just have to lay back in my tempur-pedic and it just
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good morning. i'm ken rosato. breaking news on long island. dozens have been displaced after a fire ripped through several stores and apartments in nassau county. it happened about 4:30 on long beach road in oceanside. as firefighters fought the flames one of the buildings partially collapsed. it's not clear what caused the fire. fdny is putting out hot spots after a fire in brooklyn that is believed to have started in a garage last night. it quickly spread to five other buildings in cypress hills. three were destroyed. nine people suffered minor
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including seven firefighters. the cause is under investigation. mayor de blasio will be in brooklyn later today. he is certain to face questions about his campaign's alleged role in financing upstate democrats in violation of election laws. lawyers fired back after a board of elections memo was leaked to the daily news. the mayor's lawyers accuse the board of trying to selectively criminalize practices.
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calling for the mayor we check the commute with heather o'rourke. >> a look at the fdr drive. heavy delays on the northbound side into the manhattan bridge. that is because of an accident that is being cleared away. you can see that delay as you
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so, it's a big mess fdr drive. let's go to the maps and tell you what is going on on the other side of the river b.q.e. northeast near cadman plaza, a disabled truck. we have heavy delays up to that spot. 4 and 5 trains ems activity cleared at 59th street. e and f trains mechanical problems at roosevelt avenue. other mass transit is doing fine. street cleaning rules are in effect today. back to you. >> meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> sunshine breaking through a cloudy sky. you see a couple of spots there. these clouds will go by and move out. a lot of sunshine today. 54 degrees. we will look at plenty of sunshine. commack is 48. ronkonkoma 49. 48 out to montauk. we got temperatures getting to 65 by lunchtime. 67 by 4:00. probably about 3:00 it will hit 71 quick. we have a shower and thunderstorm possible tomorrow, ken?
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that is the news. on gma the latest on beyonce's secret album and what her fans
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welcome back to "good morning america." behind the scenes there at that amazing saturday night live after-party with prince, their 40th anniversary, this footage
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and this morning, we're learning new details about his life and death. and his role as a jehovah's witness. >> he said, i had a lot of hits, didn't i? yeah, you sure did. also right now, as rob was telling us the midwest preparing for a possible tornado outbreak that could hit in the next 24 hours, after seeing dangerous hail powerful storms overnight and the race for the president heating up. five states set to vote tomorrow as ted cruz and john kasich reveal they're teaming up to try and take down donald trump. >> also, happening this morning, beyonce proving once again that she's the queen of pop, unveiling a brand-new visual version album. >> set the internet on fire with speculation. the latest on prince's mystery death.
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will happen to his $300 million e estate. we learn new details about the jehovah's witness church. >> go rng george. there are now also questions about who will inherit one of the most valuable music estates in the world, this, as we learn more about prince and his faith. this is what it sounds like when the doves cry >> reporter: the man the world knew as prince, another church member at a minnesota kingdom hall. churchgoer telling "people" magazine, brother nelson was in good standing. he was able to talk to those who the rest of the world couldn't talk to. the plane forced to make an
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before his death. >> they want you to go to the west end of the north ramp. >> reporter: the memorial growing at paisley park. gathering saturday for a private seceremony to say good-bye to the singer. his remains have cremated has been confirmed. >> it's never easy to lose someone you love. >> reporter: still no word on if the superstar had a will. but prince leaves behind no wife or children. >> he loved each and every one of you. >> reporter: the woman with the purple hair is prince's sister, the singer also had seven half-siblings who under minnesota law could all be in line for the singer's fortune. >> it seems to me it depends so much what battle ensues. >> this could be years. >> reporter: his estated
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growing by the day. the world processes his loss, the tributes continue to grow. bruce springsteen with a cover of "purple rain." and saturday night live honoring prince, sharing never before seen video of his epic performance at the "snl" 40th anniversary party. there's a public memorial in the works. no word on when that is. prince is at to which number one and number two spots of the billboard top albums charts. first time that's happened in over ten years. >> plus that vault has a lot more to come. now to two female kansas state university students, suing the school, accusing administrators of not
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reported being sexually assaulted at parties. >> reporter: sexual assaults on campus is a growing crisis. the office of civil rights investigating 178 schools of their handling of sexual violence cases. they're among the cases. they were both assaulted at fraternities off-campus. >> it was terrifying. >> reporter: this morning, two younger students suing kansas state university claiming they failed to investigate their sexual assault cases. sara and tessa both 21 years old filing separate federal lawsuits against the school after they say school officials refused to investigate their cases because they occurred off campus.
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with a school, regardless of where the conduct occurred the school must process the complaint in accordance with its established procedure and i went to the offices and they gave me a lot of back and forth. i answered a lot of questions. ultimately they told me they couldn't investigate because it was off-campus. >> what kansas state seems to be ignoring victims of sexual violence keep feeling the effects of sexual assault long after the sexual assault itself. >> reporter: for allegedly mishandling complaints of alleged sexual assaults against students. in 2014, 16 rains occurred 6 off-campus. a spokesperson for kansas state
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comment on litigation matters. sara and tessa want monetary damages and want the school to investigate their allegations. tessa's case is still being investigated by authorities. >> title xi is based on discrimination on gender. >> based on their accusations and allegationsing zi think they have great chances. the department of education, long before their cases told schools like kansas state you need to investigate claims like that even if they're off-campus specifically at fraternities. they knew a lot of these functions might happen off-campus and put people in danger. >> that's the key, even off-campus. coming up here -- beyonce's new album sparking new questions
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back now with the buzz about beyonce and her new album lemonade. the star setting the internet on fire. music hitting itunes just hours ago, already skyrocketing toward the top and also sparking some new questions. abc's linsey davis is here details on that. >> reporter: good morning, lara. this is beyonce's sixth album comprised of 12 songs. it's more than just drinking the kool-aid, people are guzzling the lemonade. freedom >> reporter: this morning, the beyhive is buzzing over her release of new concoction of lemonade. i'd rather be crazy
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brimming with celeb cameos and teaming with social justice commentary. >> reporter: but what really has people talking the potential lemons that came before the lemonade. hearing sour notes of possible cheating, lies and distrust. powerful lyrics being interpreted by many as telling her story of her marriage to jay z. >> is this is such a personal album for beyonce. different from her previous work. betrayal, infidelities and conflicts that arise in relationship. >> reporter: apparent infidelity by the rap mogul. >> you came home at 3:00 a.m. and lie to me. >> reporter: beyonce dons a wedding dress with a biting ultimatum.
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of jay z's cheating reached a fever pitch after beyonce's sister appeared to attack him. in lemonade, the queen alludes to a mystery mistress. looking at my watch you should be home better call becky with the good >> reporter: some are speculating it's rachel roy. now private instagram page. after the special, good hair don't care. fans swarmed. even hacking roy's wikipedia page to include the good hair reference. she fired back. saying, i respect love, marriages and families and
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>> now the resill yags-- reconciliation is possible. >> if we're going to heal let it be glorious. >> reporter: it wednesday a message of forgiveness and redemption. >> so, we're going to heal. we're going to start again. >> well many thought it may queen and jay announcing their divorce. spoiler alert, her torture became her remedy. we reached to them for comment and got no response. lot going on. >> it was really dark. >> and so personal. >> i felt like i was angry with my husband at the end for no reason. >> linsey, let's get back to that healing part. >> that's right. coming up -- forget about
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welcome back to "good morning america." take you to the west coast and damage in southern california, some tree damage in madera. winds gusting over 40 miles an hour in azusa. no major injuries.
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good morning. i'm ken rosato. topping headlines, dozens of people are displaced after a fire ripped through several
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it happened on long beach road in oceanside. as firefighters fought the flames, one of the buildings partially collapsed. crews are working on putting out hot spots. we are expecting to hear testimony from are the surviving partner of an nypd officer who died in an arson in coney island. marcell dock rear dock -- dockery was 16 years old when officers say he lit a mattress on fire. he turned down a plea deal to serve 22 years behind bars. if convicted he faces' to life in prison. we check the commute with heather. >> we will talk subway status. a, c and f trains, expect uptown delays. big problem alpine palisades parkway north near exit 4 all lanes are closed down as a result. george washington bridge a minor delay. stalled tractor trailer cleared
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underneath the apartments. lincoln inbound 45. holland 30. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. back to you. >> meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> we have a good day going on. we have cloudy skies. we have a temperature of 55 degrees. that is the 8:00 temperature. it will climb up, the temperature will. south facing shores will be cooler today and that's because we will be looking at a southerly wind coming up. poughkeepsie is at 53. you go to andover in sussex county temperatures warming into the low 50s already. 71 this afternoon. tomorrow a shower or thunderstorm. lots of sunshine on wednesday, ken. >> thank you, bill. that's the news for now. coming up, new help for women with hair loss.
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welcome to my house good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. royals on the run. what has will, kate and harry teaming up. and new details on prince george. plus that robe that stole the
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a visit. miracle recovery, the 14-year-old who survived that deadly uber shooting in kalamazoo, now finally home, walking and talking and getting strong. what her goal is when she finally reaches rehab. food revolution. meet the entrepreneurs changing the way we eat. the pasta company they started from scratch, right in their own kitchen. how they did it. >> if you're willing to work, willing to sleep less, anything's achievable. >> what can you learn this morning to find your own sweet success. game of thrones shocker. now, hear from the women right here. what their revealing about the blockbuster season. and why they think a woman will end up on the iron throne.
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"my church". rising star maren morris performing live as we say -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. we hope everyone had a fantastic weekend. and maybe a little something to eat this weekend. how about these delicious dishes right here. two young entrepreneurs are behind it. they're sharing how they turned their appetite for healthy food into successful businesses. this recipe made from chickpeas. delicious. >> you don't miss the fact that it's not pasta, per se. >> exactly. you don't know the difference. >> okay, also great crowd outside this morning. take a look at what happens during the commercial breaks. selfie time with robin roberts right there.
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>> it was funny, she didn't know how to do a selfie so i did it for them. lot of wedding bells ringing this week. >> we do. "good morning america's" wide world of weddings is upon us. we're counting down to an epic live wedding event. this morning, we're sharing trends with looks making their way from the runway to your wedding day. now let's go to tom llamas with the morning rundown. big story today, president obama sending more troops to syria, he's ordering 250 military personnel to support local troops in syria, fighting isis. bringing the total number of u.s. forces in that country to 300, but most will be army special forces and the white house insists this is not a combat mission, but rather a mission to advise and assist. ted cruz and john kasich have announced they'll collaborate to try and stop donald trump from clinching the
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kasich campaign said it will give ted cruz the clear path to win the indiana primary while the cruz campaign said it will clear the way for kasich to win the upcoming elections in oregon and new mexico. the shooting at a high school prom in wisconsin, an 18-year-old student was killed by police after they say he shot two students leaving the dance. they say the peers he was trying to enter the prom and randomly started shoot. a new look this morning at one teenager's inspiring recovery after she survived that shooting spree in michigan. abc's diane macedo has the story. >> i want to show everyone i can walk. >> reporter: this morning, this 14-year-old is finally home and able to play outside for the first time since makeing a a miraculous recovery. >> i survived a gunshot. >> reporter: she's the youngest
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ram page in michigan. doctors say at one point her heart stopped. abby's mom told us during an incredibly difficult two months her daughter is displaying unbelieveable strength. >> she's one strong, strong little girl. >> yes, i am. >> reporter: abby's getting stronger every day. >> shi can walk, she can do stairs. she can pretty much move very well on her own. >> reporter: this tough warrior princess faces a long road ahead with more rehab and a surgery on her skull in may. her goal attend of this -- >> cart wheels again. >> she's breathing she's smiling. that's all that's matters. >> we thank diane for that story. a food safety recall this morning, cvs pharmacies are recalling a type of herbal tea
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finally, firefighters are the bravest among us. look at the picture being shared by millions of people this morning, it's not a rescue it's actually a marriage proposal. this new york fireman popped the question to his girlfriend in full view of families visiting the fire academy. she didn't leave him hanging, she said yes and look at that picture. pretty creative way to say, will you marry me? >> it's the theme of the week with our megaweddings. >> all right, tom, thank you. now to lara with the morning menu. royals on the run, why will, kate and harry are putting their heads together. plus, a peek inside their royal home. and women struggling with hair loss, the treatment that could help millions. dr. jennifer ashton is with us live. and we're kicking off our wide world of weddings. and so much more coming up on
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>> reporter: the royal trio, the duke and duchess of cambridge and prince harry donning blue head bands. the royal family is not only on the run but all smiles. >> a serious one. >> reporter: prince william, kate and harry on a mission, the video released saturday for the heads together campaign. >> mental health is just as important as physical health. >> reporter: aiming to draw attention to bullying, suicide and childhood mental health. >> let's change the conversation of mental health. >> reporter: it's been a busy weekend for the royals. it was friday that's got everybody talking. prince george stealing the show. the newly 3-year-old prince george upstaging his famous parents uncle harry and the president and the first lady. staying up past his bedtime to thank the obamas for a rocking horse.
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had a peek inside william and kate's kensington palace home. >> they've got photographs of will and harry's late mother princess diana. there's a beautiful persian rug which is probably quite a valuable item. >> toddler wrapped up in his pjs and robe by the way that robe selling out just minutes after the photo was released per for for "good morning america," lama hasan, london. let's go over to robin. >> george, thank you. now to new hope for those suffering from hair loss. more than 60 million americans are affected and more than 40% are women. a new treatment that doesn't involve surgery or drugs could bring big results. >> reporter: it's all over your tv. tina fey, selena gomez all with
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>> i can love my hair. longer. >> reporter: the reality is, not everyone has such luscious hair. >> women who are losing their hair are all day long thinking about the hair loss. it's devastating to them. >> reporter: that's why many people are talking about prp, mraltlet rich plasma. the therapy promising. it starts at $400 a session. here's how doctors who use it explain it. first, you draw the blood. next, a machine separates from the platelets filled with growth factors. then those platelets are injected into the scalp to stimulate new hair growth and make the hair grow thicker. >> they're injecting the scalp, you can get bruising, swelling, a little collection of blood. >> reporter: after she had her
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>> it was very embarrassing. as i'm moving the hair around i'm like, oh, my god. >> reporter: after two months of treatment, chantel said she started to see a big change. you have beautiful hair now. >> yes, do. >> reporter: for having two children, it changed her hair to thin. >> it was getting kind of stringy looking. >> reporter: after two treatments, michelle said she got her thickness back. >> reporter: for "good morning america," eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> we know men have this issue many weren't aware that 40% of those losing their hair. dr. jennifer ashton is going to take some questions. we have some great ones about hair loss. first up, kim on twitter, said, why am i, a 55-year-old woman, balding like a man? same pattern. no hair at top.
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>> one of the secrets about perimenopause. it has to deal with changing hormone levels. est throw general drops. proguest roan drops. but testosterone also drops. where you get the male pattern symptoms. >> no one really talks a about this aspect of this. on facebook a video from ruth. >> hi, dr. ashton, i'm thinking about getting prp, how long before you see results? >> it depends on whether you're using prp to treat thinning hair or hair loss. there are three basic stages. . the first one, anagen.
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years. then a stage of catagen, lasts for about two weeks. and finally, telogen this is the resting phase. when you do prp, it may take 2 to 6 weeks. i have done this. that was a six-month time period. it's dramatic. because of cost, some doctors charging $1500, $2000 per treatment. >> didn't know you had gone through that. >> very impressive for me. this question comes from paula on twitter. >> tons of treatments they don't have to cost a lot of money. there are prescription medication that block the hormonal effects. behavioral changes.
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expose it to heat, color process. and there are good shampoos, keranique that thickens the hair. it's all about issues. thank you, robin. now, another reason to celebrate, it's wedding season. we're kicking off something we're calling the wide world of weddings. a new series, this morning we're helping brides find the perfect looks for their big day. here to help is darcy miller, editor at large of martha stewart weddings. what did you think was the big thing? >> there are so many options for every bride's style and budget. >> we have some of those right here. the first trend that you want to talk is about adding something to the dress. >> exactly. it's a two-piece.
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this is an h&m dress. what i love about the lace jacket, you can wear it again, it gives you a different look from ceremony to reception. >> well -- you wouldn't put lace and motorcycle jacket normally in the same sentence but it's feminine and stylish. it's really quite spectacular. you don't have to spend a loft money. >> exactly and it's about finding your own look. she's a little more edgy. trendy. thank you so much. the next big trend we're calling say no to the dress. and pants. >> you can say yes to pants. so, the pantsuit is modern, contemporary, how chic is that?
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civil ceremony to george clooney. the most important thing is, it's comfortable and it's right for you. >> absolutely. you look gorgeous. this next trend isn't right for everybody, but i know a lot of our stage crew likes it. this is called the no-dress at all, really. >> the naked dress. >> okay. >> she's not really naked. >> it just looks like you are in the most gorgeous way. >> right. i'm not sure what your grandmother thinks. this is an eccentric gown you can get it lined. >> but a lot of applique in the right places. lot of illusions. it's feminine. >> it's still a ball gown. whether you get it lined or have the right undergarments it's appropriate going down the aisle.
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of our brides to be who are with us. stand up, what is your question for darcy? >> this naked dress is absolutely beautiful, what do you wear underneath to present a wardrobe malfunction? >> that's a good we. the right undergarment for you and your body. couple options. a boosted lining something like this. and these are called cutlets. lara, are you laughing? >> i am. >> they come in all different sizes, shapes and colors. they do really stick. >> they do. >> so -- >> because they need to stay in place if you're going with this dress. >> you can still dance and still wear your chicken cutlets. how do you feel. >> does that sound good to you? is that an option for your
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>> yes. >> more on "good morning america's" website and link to galleries, and so -- >> nobody has a wedding like martha stewart. >> have fun shopping for your dress. >> absolutely. keep it fun, that's a great tip. another fresh off the runway look and to get more tips go to our website "good morning america" on yahoo! now over to rob. >> great group on this side of the square.
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school from indiana. thank you rob. we've got sunshine. it's gorgeous. high clouds temperatures 55 degrees. we'll be seeing that temperature jump up in just a few hours into the 60s. 52 in toms river and 52 in bridge port and morris town. low 60s this afternoon upper 60s to low 70s and looking at a lot of sunshine. tomorrow scattered showers and thunderstorms in the morning and afternoon >> oh, yeah, great group out here. they're looking forward to music. >> thank you, rob. get on here it is "pop news" time. the scrip. s national spelling bee is adding a little extra sting, the championship rounds will last
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75 words and rather than using a preselected list, organizers will be able to choose words on the sly. with the great challenge comes great reward. this year's first-place cash prize is also changing. increasing from 30,000 to $40,000. can you spell cha-ching? >> i remember hosting it back in the day on espn. they're competitive, these young ones. it's always changing. >> so, that's what's happening. they have to keep one these kids. we have done these stories. now, new rules. get studying, kids. also in "pop news," as families are heading off to their spring vacations we hope, you may wonder what -- what song are we playing? >> john denver. >> it's beautiful. >> yes. >> it's not really family vacation.
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what's in everybody's luggage, a new survey by international travelers, each country it turns out has a must-pack item. if you're french, you're most likely to travel with cheese. they studied 2500 people in each country. i'm not making this up, robin roberts. the brits apparently don't like to leave home with tea bags the germans love that haribo candy. for americans, the must-pack item is toilet paper. isn't that pathetic? why can't it be like breath minutes or something like that? >> it is true tea bags? >> just got them. >> i'd like to say, i have never packed toilet paper. >> some people have grand
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i haven't either for the record. so, anyway, if i missed any facts on this site. no, we're good with one that one. finally in "pop news," this one is for you mr. stephanopoulos. whether or not animals can speak. yet another piece of evidence that will conclude in fact that roll them. >> say hello. >> hello. >> good girl. >> say i love you. >> no i love you. >> okay. >> say hello. >> you almost had me at hello. [ laughter ] >> the i love you? no? >> keep working at it.
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>> sounded better than the hello good morning it's 8:27 on this monday april 25.
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dozens of people are displaced after a fire ripped through apartments in nassau act this morning just after 4:30 on long beach road. one of the buildings partially collapses. it is not clear what caused the fire. the mayor will be in brooklyn certain to face questions about the up state democrats in 2014 and violation of state election laws. lawyers for the mayor's campaign fired back last night after board of election memos were leaked to the daily news accused of board of trying to criminalize common political practices but community activists now calling for the
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it is 8:27. let's get a check on the morning commute. >> we are going to talk subway status. the a and c trains and f trains involved as well. expect service changes and delays as a result. now at the brooklyn tunnel we do have a disabled bus being carried away. construction out bound lower level until 2:30. inbound doing just fine. lincoln is 40. the holland is a 30 minute delay on the side. our street cleaning rules in
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>> let's check in with bill evans with the accu weather forecast. >> gorgeous sunshine and beautiful forecast. 55 degrees temperatures warming to 60 degrees pretty quick. it's 55 at newark and 53. so inland numbers a little bit warmer in the 60s there. we'll hit 71 in the park this afternoon. tomorrow a couple of showers in the morning. a scattered shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon and then looking at breezy breaks of sunshine later tuesday but beautiful sunshine on wednesday and a high of 67. we'll cool down towards the end of the week. lauri? >> thank you bill. that'll do it for freedom freedom little more beyonce this morning, that's freedom, another one of the songs off her new
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big stars, serena williams, zendaya. all on that album. >> yeah, also sparking a major social media frenzy. it's getting more than 4 tweets. since the debut just this weekend, lot of celebrities including zendaya weighing in, she called it one of the most beautiful things i've ever had the honor of being a part of it and kerry washington summed it vortex. inside to robin. >> thank you, george and lara. it's time for passion to profit. two entrepreneurs are seeing sweet success and sharing how they turned healthy eating into big business. they're joining us live in a moment but first here's look at their stories. >> it's a food revolution. young intrepentrepreneurs are bringing a twist to some of our food favorites.
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pasta, it's pasta made from chickpeas. you heard me right. >> they're both nutritious and delicious and ultimately they make a pasta that looks like pasta. >> reporter: after starting from his scratch, he launched banza with his brother scott as a co-founder. >> we would pretty much just jump out into the aisle and say, have you tried chickpea pasta? >> reporter: after demos like this one, gur ril la marketing is essential to their growth. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: what was once a labor of love, he's now planning to build a chickpea empire. >> we have some stores who the number one selling pasta overall. >> reporter: like, brian, this 19-year-old is also rethinking
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>> with his no-cal bars and fluff butter. >> it wasn't until the end of the meeting after we decided to bring in the brand that we heard that he was 18 years old. >> first six months of the company it was just me and it grew so quickly. >> reporter: while living on a air mattress out of his rented office space, he gave himself a crash course in food chemistry to make his protein-enhanced products dairy free. he pitched his concept to major retailers. >> had a lot of people at the beginning telling me it wasn't possible. >> reporter: in less than a year, dee's naturals has gained national distribution. >> if your willing to work and sleep less anything's achievable. daniel and brian rudolph and our
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are you still sleeping -- >> i am. >> just a regular mattress. >> moving on. you guys are so passionate about this and eating healthy. chickpeas, really? i was a skeptic but now i'm a believer. >> pasta is one of my favorite foods and chickpeas are incredibly healthy and they taste really good. i can eat one of my favorite foods again, you end up with double the protein, nearly half the net cashes. >> that's it. the same with you. so, okay, tory, first of all, lean and mean, that's what you like. >> i do like that. i think you need to prove your concept before you sign a lease. i started generating sales and i think that's exactly what you need to do before you go for all the fancy stuff. focus on what matters the most. >> it's great they're
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lot of people at home saying i'm passionate about my business, too, but it goes beyond that. >> yes. it's great to find something that you're passionate about, passion doesn't automatically fuels a paycheck. you did this because you started with something that you love but then you had a plan about how am i going to make money doing this? that's what's critical for anyone to focus on -- how am i going to make money from this passion? what are the steps to get there to making money so that this can be a profit nl business. >> and it's ra growing business. you have five new varieties coming to the market. >> we have five new varieties of our fluff butter. >> it's not taste-free. >> it's not taste-flee, that's the most important part. >> you guys have had success,
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times as well, tell me what you learned from those mistakes that you made. >> absolutely, i made so many mistakes starting out. it's unbelievable. the biggest thing is, how do you keep up with production when you have a high demand product? one thing we had problems with is literally doing that. we haven't spent a dime on marketing. our production isn't supporting demand. >> didn't you put something on the label about peanuts. >> i don't like to talk about that one. >> forgetting the allergy warning and throw out a bunch of products. but you learn. >> venture for america, how did they help you? >> it's program that's geared through creating jobs through entrepreneurship. i was fortunate to go through the program and it provided with mentor ship.
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month and helped me as i began my business. if you can find a mentor who will push you towards the next step it makes a huge difference. >> okay, we asked people to send in their questions, that was one from jo ann, what is the best way to ask someone to become a mentor? >> look for formal programs like you did. but if you don't pursue a formal program think of it first in terms of marriage, you wouldn't ask a stranger right off the bat, will you marry me? you get to know somebody before you pop the question. the same is true with mentoring. surround yourself with people who are really good with business. ask them questions. tweet people questions. you can call people and e-mail. it doesn't have to be a formal environment. and once you get to someone and they're comfortable and they can help you, which any mentor wants to do, then you can say, will you be my mentor?
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what's the key to using social media most effectively to promote your business? >> engage regularly that's critical. small business owners say i'm on facebook doesn't work. so you have to have a regular strategy. every day you're working at it just like you guys are doing. >> so happy for you guys. >> thank you very much. >> everybody's ready to dig in. >> come on, robin, let us eat. >> i had the pasta, not only your passion, it's really good. >> really appreciate that. >> tory will be taking your questions throughout the morning. tweet her at toryjohnson. out to rob. 8-year-old made it clear he doesn't want to do the weather.
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yeah, take it into the >> weathercast brought to you by legal part of teenaj birthdays. you're turning 13, you're turning 16. congratulations. robin. >> all right, rob, thank you very much. one gram of sugar. >> that's it. >> does she look familiar? this is bob and lee woodruff's daughter, she sent me the banza.
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it's all about networking and getting the story out there. you helped us inspire about daniel, thank you katherine. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. coming up -- the morning after. the explosive premiere, our
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tt2w`t3n > reporter: for stepping up the game. >> open the gates! >> reporter: with those gut-wrenching cliffhangers. >> she has confessed.
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arya and cersei together -- you may find yourself here. >> i was out of the concert and i weren't into the restroom and these girls came in and they were like, who the hell is that girl with kit? and i'm like it's me. >> reporter: she's actually from the uk, they all are. but now, down to business. i want to start with the stark sisters. paired up with bad boyfriends. >> he hurts me every night. >> reporter: is there a chance in season six we start to see it get better. >> i think sansa, she's leaving the relationships for now. she's becoming like her own -- >> your character has become this total badass.
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>> these cheeky one-liners and the upperhand. this season,s the first time we have seen her genuinely broken down. it's nice to see a character coming to that point, to their low point, so late on. >> reporter: and cersei. >> she's been brought to her knees. she's quite lost and vulnerable. but slowly but surely lyly back comes old cersei with a colder heart? that's possible? >> yes. >> what has it been like playing daenerys. some call her beyonce of the seven kingdom. >> run the world. >> my inner beyonce comes out sometimes. i think, you can't hate on dragons. people get in her way and i'm going to get my dragons and i'm going to kill you.
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characters they can speak bolerain. >> my mom laughs at me. she would literally hear me in my bedroom, like, frustrated. i would run down and go, mom, listen. she would be like, well done. >> just promise me whatever happens you'll take care of little sans. >> it's a different season. she's very much out of her comfort zone but in a fun way than a scary way. >> stop! >> reporter: while the show isn't for the faint of heart, legions of women are tuning? >> all of the women are floored. there's no vision of perfection. i think that's why women dig it. >> reporter: what are the
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iron throne? on a count of three, point to the person you think might end up on the iron throne? ready. one, two, three -- wow. >> you're like sisters. >> the stark sisters. >> reporter: for "good morning america," jesse palmer, abc news, new york. >> that was great, jesse. coming up breakout star maren morris here forming live.
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church. i've kuss on a sunday i've cheated and i've lied i've fallen down from grace a few too many times but i find holy redemption when i put this car in drive roll the windows down and turn up the dial can i get a hallelujah can i get an amen feels like the holy ghost running through ya when i play the highway fm i find my soul revieal singing every single verse
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church when hank brings the sermon and cash leads the choir it gets my cold heart burning hotter than a ring of fire when this wonderful world gets heavy and i need to find my escape i just keep the wheels rolling, radio scrolling till my sins wash away can i get a hallelujah can i get an amen feels like the holy ghost running through ya when i play the highway fm i find my soul revival singing every single verse yeah i guess that's my
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>> thank you. good morning. on this monday, april 25. dozens of people are displaced after a fire ripped there are several stores and apartments in nassau county this morning. just after 4:30 a.m. on long beach road in oceanside. crews are still looking for hotspots. fire. expecting to tear has -- to hear testimony today of the
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he was 16 years old when investigators say he lit a mattress on fire in the hallway of a building in 2014. one officer was killed. his partner rodriguez, was injured. if convicted, he faces up to life in prison. a check of the morning commute with heather. >> we have troubles on the a, c, f trains. because of signal problems. a problem on 208 on the southbound side near maple avenue. we have that accident being cleared away. going to the brooklyn tunnel, manhattan down, there was a disabled bus. minor delays at george washington bridge. and lincoln, 50. the holland, 25 minutes. street cleaning rules in effect. thank you. let's check in with bill evans with the forecast. >> looking at sunshine and clouds mixed together. here is the nine neglect temperature. 57 degrees. hour. a nice day.
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cooler to the south. southerly wind. sunshine today. above normal temperatures for this time of year. sixtys and 70s. tomorrow, a few showers in the morning. a front pushing through in the afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms. clearing out tomorrow night. a lot of sunshine. a nice spring day on wednesday. thank you, bill.
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