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defendant not guilty. guilty of murder in the first degree, or guilty of murder in the second degree. >> guilty of murder in the first degree. >> we begin with breaking news just in from new england. former patriots tight end aaron hernandez is guilty of first-degree murder. the verdict came down within the past 30 minutes. he was convicted of killing the man daftingdateing his fiance's sister. this comes with a mandatory life sentence without parole. aaron hernandez found guilty of first-degree murder and other weapons charges. we'll continue to follow the story for you.
sky force 10 was over breaking news that is affecting traffic. an overturned crane on malaga road. the road is closed in both directions while you crews try to upright the crane. let's get a check on traffic. jessica. >> thank you. you yeah we're dealing with this overturned crane taking out this stretch of a two lane road closed for several hours. you want to take winslow to get by and we'll keep you updated. additionally dealing with problems out on 95 right around woodhaven road. these are the northbound lanes as and you can see only one lane getting by in the shoulder. three lanes being blocked. police activity on the scene involving a multivehicle accident right around woodhaven road. as for the rest of our majors, everything is doing fine. 95 south not affected by that
scene. currently no problems on the schuylkill headed east. and 422 only eight minutes headed east from 29 into the schuylkill expressway. more breaking news concerning philadelphia's veterans affairs department. a new government audit says misguided policies unreasonable workloads and poor leadership are to blame for mismanagement of disability claims. the v.a. inspector general's blistering 78 page report takes aim at the department's handling of payment and compensation claims. however, the audit does not name any that i amnames and is calling on v.a. to determine who should be held responsible. and we're learning new information about a hit and run that killed a 4-year-old boy in southwest philadelphia. we've learned when the person of interest could turn herself in. matt delucia is live. what have you been able to gather? >> reporter: we have learned the
person of interest is not likely to turn herself in today. we did speak with her attorney this morning who is in court on a different case. i did speak with commissioner charles ramsey earlier this morning and we got details from accident investigators who tell us that yesterday the woman believed to be the driver of this black ford suv called her attorney who then called investigation gaerteors and told them where to find the vehicle under love park and police say 4-year-old abdul wilson this is monday evening, ran out in the street and someone hit that boy, ran him over and kept on driving. initially police were expecting the woman to turn herself in today, but now sources tell us that investigators still need to go over the car for evidence first. the police commissioner says this serves as a tramgic warning. >> we actually send messages out to our officers too, because you're patrol being up and down the street, responding tocalls.
and kids just dart in front of vehicles. now you have a family who is mourning the loss of a child, a person who left the scene who now will face charges. and just not a good situation. >> reporter: the attorney for this person of interest says they are cooperating with the investigation right now, but as of this moment there have not been any arrests. i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. and the mayor's office put up a $10,000 reward in another hit and run involving a child. police say monday evening a white acura hit 19-year-old josephry ryivera and her 2-year-old son david. surveillance video captured what police believe is the car as it was driving away. both mother and son are in critical condition. crews are trying to determine what caused a leak at a water filtration plant.
sky force 10 was over the scene just before 7:00 a.m. as hazmat crews came out of the building. officials tell us there was a chlorine leak. for reports of any health problems caused by the leak. police are looking for the person who shot a 19-year-old man in southwest philadelphia this happened around 1:00 a.m. at 57th and carpenter. the man was hit in the leg and ran home for help. witnesses told officers that the victim had a gun. police have not told us of a possible motive for the shooting. a philadelphia man is facing arson charges after police say he started a fire at this row home. one person went to ineinstein hospital to be treated. police tell us the victim an suspect were representing room renting rooms inside that house. in camden, a fire started in
an abandoned house. flames were on the second floor. no one there was hurt. shaping up to be a beautiful gorgeous day out there as we take a live look at philadelphia's iconic boathouse row. brittney shipp is here with the forecast. >> good morning. that's right, a nice morning for you to head outside near boathouse row because temperatures are still comfortable. 60 in pottstown, allentown. mid-50s for the poconos. atlantic city airport close to 60. temperatures will get pretty low to 70 by 4:00 p.m. 69 with wind speeds out of the north at 14 miles an hour. so we are dealing with a breezy day today. by 7:00 p.m. nice comfortable mild evening with temperatures at 65. you'll notice plenty of sunshine for us today. we're well above average, average for this time of year in the low 60s.
but today we'll rakerange between 69 and 73. a northerly wind. coming youup details on a red flag warning and showers rush for the end of the work week. >> and new video into nbc 10 of two men wanted this connection to a shooting at a gas station on philadelphia's columbus boulevard. this happened monday evening. police say one suspect fired four shots at a vehicle that was leaving the station. when they took off in a black chevy impala. this is a closer look at the suspects. call police if you recognize these men. and we have new video this morning it of a robbery at the gas station in the philadelphia mills mall in northeast philadelphia. police say a man there forced open a side door early in the morning on january 31st. once inside the burglar had an
unknown number of -- took an unknown number of cigarettes and ran out of building. if you have any nor with the maninformation, you're asked to call police. and this morning investigators are tracking more leads after a caught on camera beating that left a homeless man clinging for his life. sister of robert barnes snapped this picture of him in the icu. surveillance video shows a group 6 or 7 people attacking barnes on april 7 outside a gas station in olney. she says her 51-year-old brother suffers from alcoholism and chose life on the streets over living with relatives where he'd have to stay sober but he's still deeply loved. >> a loving family a brother, an uncle, a nephew. we love him. didn't make him any different of a person because he was homeless. >> so far two people have been arrested in connection with the case. contrary to early reports, police say there is no evidence barnes did anything to provoke
this beating. a preliminary hearing is happening for the man accused of killing nicki minaj's tour manager. pierce boykin faces several charges including murder aggravated assault and may going terroristic threats. he was arrested just days after the incident in february. investigators say he was involved in an argument with de'von pickett and eric parker and boykin stabbed the two, pickett died. today in philadelphia, several thousand are calling for a $15 minimum wage. nbc 10 was at the mcdonald's at broad and allegheny in north philadelphia. workers walked off the job and joined student demonstrators. this afternoon there will be rallies at temple university and on penn's campus also a march on market street bridge.
power should be back on at the former revel camesino by tomorrow after three generator trucks arrived at the casino yesterday. the atlantic city is fining each day the building is without electricity. officials say no power makes it a safety hazard. it went dark last thursday after they could not come to an agreement with the power supplier. new this morning, a school in camden county is the resirp yent preciprecipient of an environmental world. they got nearly $5,000 for the school's project called working together to save the planet. students in 6th through 8th grades will participate in different program like reducing plastic use and controlling outdoor air quality. new information in the
germanwings plane. an update as they work to clear the site. the co-pilot intentionally brought the plane down. and boston strong. two years later. ceremonies on tap cametoday for mark the second anniversary of the bombings. and we will see plenty of sunshine today warm conditions. but i am tracking the return of shower. i'll let you know when.
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. 80% of the debris from the germanwings plane crash is gone. they have cleared 35 tons of waste and wreckage. lufthansa ensures they will make sure there is no environmental damage to the mountain side. prosecutors believe co-pilot intentionally crashed the plane, but they don't know why. today marks the second an anniversary of the boston marathon bombings with a moment of silence an tolling of church bells. later the boston mayor, the governor of massachusetts and other officials unveiled commemorative torch banners with a white heart and the word boston on them. city wide moment of silence will be held at 2:49 this afternoon, the exact time the first of the two bombs exploded killing three and injuring more than 200 others. boston mayor declaring april 15
one boston day and is calling for people to do random acts of kindness. just last week a jury convicted dzhokhar saur neff on all 30 counts against him for the attack. jury members will decide whether to sentence him to life in prison or the death penalty. opening statements in the colorado movie theater shooting are scheduled to begin later this month after the jury selection process wrapped up yesterday. after hornmore than two months. james holmes is charged. he's pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. a rare tornado tuchled down in central oregon and flipped two cars. take a look. national weather service says a small tornado hit the town of eugene yesterday. two cars ended up on their roof, one flipped on top of a third car. a student talks about what it was like when the tornado hit.
>> told to put on her seat belt and next thing you know 5, 6, maybe 8 feet in the air. >> students say they got a public safety alert just after that telling them to say in school buildings. no one was hurt. >> this is a tornado and i cannot tell which way it is going so i don't know how to get away from it. but it looks like it is coming right towards me. >> that tornado did come very close to a driver in northern illinois last week. this new video showing the twister's winds and you can see the driver's truck shaking. he seems calm throughout the ordeal. he and other drivers took shelter under a bridge. not clear if this was the tornado that killed two women this fairdale or if it was a spinoff. frs good morning. as we head into the rest of your wednesday, we will see nice and
kfrdable comfortable conditions. a red flag warning means it's dry and breezy and we're tracking the return of rain and showers end of the workweek. but for philadelphia right now, we're at 63 mix of sun and clouds. feels like temperature in the 60s, although we are dealing with breezy conditions out of the north/northeast at 16 miles an hour. but take a look at that humidity, down to 21%, so the national weather service has issued a red flag warning. a look across the microclimate current, poconos, mid-50s winds 10 miles per hour. for the city, high thin clouds, 63. closer to the shore, 59 with present of plenty of sunshine. allentown at 60 59 in quakertown, 60 in coatesville. just a really nice and comfortable wednesday for you. 6 60
61 in wilmington. philly at 63 61 in trenton. and look the shore, already approaching into the 60s for places like avalon 61 this woodbinewood in woodbine. the area in red is under a red flag warning until 7:00. conditions with ripe for fire danger. dry and breezy is a bad combination. so mainly the entire area, pushing in to the poconos, all under that warning. quiet conditions, just a few high thin cloud, but we'll see plechbts of plenty of sunshine. futurecast shows us thursday we'll see an increase in clouds and then friday things start to change a bit. so early morning hours on friday, 5:00 a.m. that's been we'll see a steady right rainfall. on and off throughout most of the morning into the early afternoon. but by friday evening, your
friday night plans are safe from the showers. we will start to see more clearing. in terms of temperatures, we will get pretty close to 70 for philadelphia. 68 in trenton and allentown at 66. heading out for dinner tonight, 57 in trenrenton 60 this philadelphia. so a mice mild out. and we'll see more of the same as we head into thursday. for today we'll see temperatures range between 69 and 73. take a look at saturday 76 with clear skies. plenty of sunshine on sunday. a beautiful weekend, but we track another chance of rain on monday. doctors say it's something they have never seen before in the united states. details on a dog flu outbreak that is growing. it's already had an affect on our shelter in our area. what canine owners need to know.
>> reporter: he's a warm and friendly young man. he enjoys singing and all kinds of music. so we went to drexel university to learn some tunes. ♪ we had a great time get into the swing of things. >> he's very energetic, very funny, witty, smart, knows everything that is going on around him. >> reporter: the eighth grade are likes going to school and enjoys reading and working on his computer, but his real passion is music. >> tayron loves music all different bands. >> reporter: he wants a family that will be there to assist him with his needs. >> he does have extensive medical needs. he has a trach, lives in a wheelchair. functionally quadriplegic.
the medical home where tayron lives will provide the family with extensive training make sure they're comfortable in all of his care. >> reporter: he has a huge loving heart that he is ready to share with a forever family. >> tayron knows how to love so well. he loves and you thell the people in his love and he wants to be a part of something. he would show so much love to a family. . >> reporter: tayron is this week's wednesday's child. phillies fan, also. if you'd like to make his dream come true or any dream of any wednesday's child come true go to nbc10.com and search wednesday's child and you can also call the national adoption center directly at 1-866-do-adopt. we're following breaking news this morning. he once had a $40 million contract and a standout career
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murder in the death of odin lloyd lloyd. his othermother started crying but hernandez remained still. we take a live look into the courtroom in fall river massachusetts. family members of the murder victim have the floor. his younger sister is speaking at the moment. hernandez faces a mandatory life sentence without the possibility of parole. massachusetts does not have the death penalty there. we do skektexpect to hear from more relatives and lawyers in the coming minutes and we'll have updates throughout the day on the nbc 10 app and the news coming up at 4:00. meanwhile checking out our top stories, an overturned crane is affecting traffic in gloucester county. sky force 10 over the equipment on malaga road in monroe township. the road is closed in both drek
direction directions while crews try to upright the crane. misguided policy unreasonable workloads and poor leadership are to blame for mismanagement of disability claims at philadelphia's veterans affairs department according to a new report by the v.a. inspector general. the report takes aim at the department's handling of pavement and compensation claims. the person of interest in a hit and run that killed a 4-year-old boy in southwest philadelphia is not likely to turn herself in today. initially police expected her to surrender, but sources say investigators still need to go over a black suv that they recovered for evidence first. days like this have many of us day dreaming about summer. summer days down at the shore. picture perfect conditions out there as we take a live look at cape may
brittney shipp here with the forecast. >> temperatures warming close to 70 for philadelphia. and a live look outside, barely any clouds. we'll see plenty of sunshine. temperatures in philadelphia at 63. wind speeds out of the north/northeast at 16. so we will see breezy conditions. as you take a look at the humidity,s down to 21%. so the combination of low humidity and strong wind speeds we have a red flag warning that will be in effect for most of our area. philadelphia stretching up to allentown and a the pocono, dry and breezy conditions means fire danger and those conditions are ripe this case a fire starts it can get out of control quickly. as we head throughout the rest of today by 1:00 p.m. temperature at 66. by 4:00 p.m. 70. we're sticking with the breezy conditions. wind speeds out of the north at 14 miles an hour. and by 7:00 p.m. 65 gris a the sun starts to set. so nice and comfortable day. coming up, i'm tracking showers returning.
i'll let you know when in the 7 day. secretary of state john kerry says he's still confident that the u.s. can reach a nuclear agreement with iran. kerry matt announcement as he was leaving the g-7 summit in germany. this comes after president obama agreed to sign legislation that would give congress the right to reject an agreement. that legislation is expected to sail through both houses of congress. the deal aims to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapon. in exchange they would get relief for economic sanctions. iran's president has dismissed pressure from u.s. congress over clim deal on iran's nuclear program. while speaking to an audience of tens of thousands, that is an rohani said tehran is dealing with world power, not american lawmakers. this comes after obama agreed to sign legislation that gives congress the right to reject a
nuclear deemal. and caught on camera, watch as a woman jumps into a trouble in front of mario draghi and yelling stop ecb dictatorship. security took her away. draghi was just beginning to speak when this happened. officials in arizona are defending the actions of an officer who used his patrol car to take down an armed suspect. this was in february but just released. miguel almaguer gives us a closer look. >> reporter: dash camera shows a second cruiser making the violent collision. the direct view is drastic. >> violent. >> reporter: the suspect mario
valencia is seriously injured but survives. police say his crime spree began when he committed theft at this 7-eleven 7-eleven starting a church fire and he steal as high powered rifle. the officer spots suspect. reportedly holding the stolen rifle to his chin. he radios dispatch. valencia ignores demands to drop the rifle. a sebingle shot fired by the suspect. officers are warned. >> this elevates the situation. >> reporter: moments later, quickly speeding up officer slams if to the suspect, violent and dramatic ending. >> i think it's clearly excessive police force.
>> reporter: the suspect's attorney michelle metz ger. >> my hope is that there will be some kind of internal investigation into the actions of this officer. >> i think that the decision to put an end to it as quickly as he could was a good decision. >> that was miguel almaguer reporting. now that the deadly shooting of an african-american man by a white police officer in south carolina. passenger was in the car with walter scott before his death says he heard the crack elf thehe willle of the taser and shots fired but he didn't see the incident. attorney says his client saw no confrontation between officer slager and scott. stormer mistress of donald sterling know owes his wife more than $2.5 million. a judge in los angeles made that ruling yesterday. shemly sterling claimed her husband former owner of the claim clippers used some of her money to buy v stiviano a house, cars
and stocks. stiviano's recordings of sterling making racist remarks caused him to lose the ownership of the clippers. a deadly flu virus is attacking dogs in the midwest and believed to be the first time highly contagious flu strain has been seen here in the u.s.. >> reporter: this morning veterinarians in the midwest are on alert. >> this virus has never been documented in the u.s.. >> reporter: and pet owners are concerned. >> if anything happened to them i'd be devastated. >> reporter: 11 month old uhe list see has been diagnosed with flu twice. he got it at doggy daycare. >> it was later lick like he would wake up to go to the bathroom, eat and go back to bed. >> reporter: the strain first showed up in illinois weeks ago around chicago, more than 1100 dogs have gotten sick. six have died. and indicates arecases are now suspected in
wisconsin, indiana and ohio. >> chicago has never seen anything like this before. the numbers and severity of the disease has youthoutweighed anything we've seen. >> reporter: researchers are confirming a new strain that his elizabeth's dog hard. agree went from coughing a little to almost dying. >> reporter: but he bounced back. still chicago's bark bark club was forced to shut down its daycare. there has been a lot more cleaning and a lot less barking. >> it does hurt. i won't say it doesn't. >> reporter: but the co-owner says she had no choice. >> it's an epidemic and you have to do the right thing. you have to shut down and take care of your clients. >> that was gabe guttierez reporting. doctors recommend dog owners
avoid dog parks for now. also talk to your doctor about getting your canine vaccinated. pennsylvania spca adoption center reopens this weekend after that same canine illness caused it to shut down more than a month ago. there will be a celebratione inging discounted fees. new jersey has spent more than 2.6 mmd to$2.6 million to monitor passengers for possible ebola virus. more than 1400 people arrived at newark liberty airport since october. 641 were considered to be at risk. and were monitored for three weeks. none of cases turned out to be ebola. and now news involving and i remember saveairplane safety.same internet access you use could
make it possible for hackers to bring down a plane. they say terrorists could sit among the passengers and take control of the plane using wi-fi. meanwhile government advisory committee a looking whether shrinking leg room can make about it difficult to evacuate this case of emergency. there is also the risk of blood clots in the legs which can be a problem if you're unable on get to the aisle to stretch. this morning we've learned guam will begin processing same-sex marriage licenses. the first u.s. territory to do so. they join 37 states in the u.s. and washington, d.c.. a ceremony in washington, d.c. marks the 150th anniversary of abraham lincoln's death.
a bugler played taps. and there was a reenactment. john wilkes booth shot the president at ford's theater. >> we're they're commemorate the moment to recognize the risk people take in these positions, but also to reflect on the contributions they make. and the gravity of the position that they hold. >> events will continue throughout the day. and today is tax day if you haven't filed your taxes, there is only hours remaining before it's too late. anyone who hasn't filed taxes this year has until midnight tonight. if you need have a time, you hey be able to get an automatic six month extension if you file form 4868 on the irs website. however, it's only an extension for more time to file. not an extension to pay. president obama used tax day to draw attention to his family
friendly tax proposals. the president has called on could be to expand existing credits and create new ones to help working families. mr. obama answered questions about the proposals during a town hall in north carolina this morning. you lawmakers have taken no action on his requests. the irs has a few tips for anyone still needs to file. they recommend filing electron lick to reduce errors. be sure to sign and date your return and keep a copy for your records. for more tip, download the nbc 10 app. tax day get you down? several are offering freebies to help relieve your stress. boston market, by one meal and get a second for free. pizza hut is offering a pizza return on its website with a chance to win gift cards. office depot will let customers shred up to two pounds of documents for free. newest member of the royal family could be coming sooner rather than later.
the hospital where the duchess of cambridge is expected to give birth to her second child as sus pinded parking outside its building. signs say that that parking restrictions are in place from today through april 30 for a special event. it was announced last year that prince george's younger brother or sister will be born sometime this month. speaking of baby, got the ones at home? an important baby food recall to tell you about. a texas complain he willuple will have five new babies. why the quintuplets are the only set of their kind in the u.s.. sunny and dry today, just a beautiful wednesday. but i am tracking the return of showers plus i'll have your weekend forecast coming up.
moms and dads up a recall that could contain small pieces of glass. beech nut is recalling classics stage two sweet potato and chicken. the company got a complaint glass was found inside one of the 4 ounce jars. the recall jars have a december 16 expiration date and establish establishment number p 68 a.
a new mom in houston will certainly need a lot of baby food. danielle buzby gave a birth to quintuplets quintuplets. first set in the world since 1969. the babies arrived by c-section at 28 weeks. it took just four minutes for her to deliver. she talked about her excitement. >> i will have five kids. i got five kids if i could but they're so expensive. >> doctors say all five girls are doing well including mom needing only modest breathing support. and the new parents already have a 3-year-old daughter giving them a total of six little girls. how about that. reality of war has horrible consequences for many people. people are killed, people are rounded. and there are those who return
from a war with wounds to their soul. it's estimated every day in america 22 war veterans take their own lives. many of those vets suffer the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder. a new campaign being launched today is raising awareness of veterans dealing with combat ptsd with images like these. organizers want warriors and their families to open up and talk about their experiences. and help better understand the stigma that is on which associateoften associated with ptsd. joe diamond is behind the campaign. tell us about your experience serving our country. >> i spent ten years in the marine corps and i served in fallujah iraq and obviously pretty bad area. we lost some people and saw a lot of the bad things the world has to offer. >> telling me about the timing of launching this campaign now. what do you want people to know
about vets dealing with ptsd? >> time has gone on and i started talking about my experiences with war and as soon as i did, i started feeing better. as to we wanted to do videos to allow veterans to tell their story and really make a difference get it off their chest and open the ice of the public eyes of the public. i did an interview and i kept mentioning the 22 veterans air realized so many 1i68civil januarys had no idea what i was talking about. i took for granted everyone knew i knew. and 22 veteran as day are killing themselves and we don't know why. we realize before we can did these videos we have to make people aware that it's happening. >> in your experience, is it harder -- what is harder getting to iraq or afghanistan, that a transition or the transition when you get home and trying to get reacclimated into
society? >> they're both hard for different reasons. but in my opinion, when you go there, it's a limited time. when you come back you didn't know when this is going to end. and you're dealing with these issues and you're proud of what you did, but you're told not to talk about what you did because it might offend someone or someone might look at you differently. so you kind of start feeling like a honest sistermonster inside. >> who tells you that -- is it unspoken or does the military tell you hey, when you get home, try not to talk about these things? >> when you get back you hear horror stories. the story that stuck out with me was a guy who told his wife he had to kill a kird and al a kid and his wife got freaked out and so she got a restraining order on him. civilians won't understand what you departmentalt with so keep to
yourself. you hear all the time civilians being told don't ask if you killed someone, don't ask this are or that. and my point is how can we ever heal if we're not willing to talk about it. >> we certainly appreciate your service to this country and what you've done. and we're here to help you with your campaign and hope it works out. veterans awareness campaign kicks off tonight at 5:00 at the pennsylvania veterans museum on state street. get more information on nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. thank you very much. good luck. again, thank you for your service. >> thank you, sir. frs good morning. temperatures today pushing close to 70 degrees. it will be a beautiful wednesday. plenty of sunshine are as well, but it is very dry, so that is creating fire danger for us. so we have a red flag warning in effect. i'm tracking a return of rain that will affect your workweek.
about for philadelphia right now, 63 degrees. we're seeing a mix of sun and clouds. and our humidity you can see how close it is down to 21%. wind speeds out of the north/northeast at 16 miles an hour. and throughout the rest of the region, we're in the mid fix50s in the poconos. shore, 59 degrees. wind speeds a the 10 miles an hour. 60 this pottstown, comfortable in reading at 59. 60 in coatesville. 61 in wilmington. 60 in washington township. low 60s here in northeast philly. 61 in trenton, 59 in doylestown. shore, we've pushed into the 60s. closer look at the red flag warning until 7:00 p.m. only affecting the areas highlighted in red here. so philadelphia is included stretching up to al help town respect lap caster county and we're dealing with dry and breezy conditions. so if a wildfire were on start
urks it it could get out of roll quickly. wind speeds from the north and they are sustained at 16 miles per hour in philadelphia, 20 in northeast philly, 20 this will mink wilmington, 15 miles per hour in allentown. wind gusts stronger than that. satellite showing just a few high hin passing clouds but we will still mainly see sunshine today and tomorrow. and then friday things change. so let's take a look at our future cast. as we head through most of thursday, we'll see the another round of a few passing clouds, but it won't be until we get in to friday that we start the see the showers and light steady rainfall moving through. crow as we progress the model, you'll notice off and on showers through the day. right now your friday night plans are safe. close look at the temperature trend shows one of the wamest
days we'll see. today is also gobing to be warm. our average at 6233 this time of year. so we're staying well above average even as we head into the weekend. closer look at our highs around the area sunny and warm. wind speeds 10 to 20 miles per hour. temperatures close to 70 for philadelphia. and our range will be between 69 and 73. mostly sunny for us and your seven day forecast shows as we head right into the weekend, we are tracking warmer weather. but first we have to get through the showers on friday with a high of 69. and then as you push into sunday, 6355 and sunday any. another chance of rain on monday.
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