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the coastlines, but when will that happen? a timeline is laid out for you. temple students on alert after police released video you're seeing here of the man they believe responsible for sexual assault of a student. we'll tell you what other crimes he may be connected to in the area. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today," i'm katy zachry. it is almost 8:30, and everyone is talking about the weather. let's get a quick check with brittney shipp. >> that's right. what's going to happen with the weather? first thing, we're still going see coastal flood warnings in effect through the entire weekend. a live look outside. right now, light rain is coming down throughout the philadelphia area. this is something that's going to continue throughout most of today, and the heavier rain is gone, but it's going to be a soaking start to your saturday morning and afternoon and even into the evening, things clear up as we get into the overnight
hours, but closer look at the current temperatures, it's cooler in the poconos and the valley, starting off in the 40s. 41 in wilmington and philadelphia, 56 in melville, and 59 in atlantic city, and temperatures in wildwood at 61 degrees. a closer look, it's going to show that light rain moving in, still, thinning out, but still consistent with today and we'll continue see the on and off light rain showers into the rest of the saturday. on top of that, we have to factor in the winds gusting up to 33 miles per hour in atlantic city, 36 in wildwood, and 30 miles per hour in georgetown. you'll notice that wind direction was out of the northeast. we'll see sustained wind from the northeast for philadelphia around 22 miles per hour, and the wind direction is important because that's helping to push more water onshore, so we are going to continue with with that coastal flood warning as we go into the rest of today. the temperatures will stay
between 54-57, and you'll notice the coastal flood warnings staying in effect through sunday at 6:00 p.m. for other parts of the area like kent and new castle county, the beach and shore communities, and those counties, coastal flood warnings are in effect through midnight. our futurecast shows us that over the next 24 hours, we'll continue with the on and off light rainfall. some areas seeing more rain than others, but, again, it's going to be wet as we head into the start of your week. by sunday, cloudy skies, and temperatures start to warm back into the 60s, and i'm tracking what's in store for you for the rest of the weekend including an update on hurricane joaquin coming up. >> thank you. it could be worse. from our delaware bureau today, sussex county under a limited state of emergency. the announcement made yesterday due to concerns over flooding at high tide. state offices remain open, and there are no driving restrictions, but drivers may have to deal with road closures
in place. in kent county, fans hope race weekend at dover international speedway will not be a washout, at least one of the nascar events cancelled yesterday is running today. that is the good news. track officials say events go on as long as drivers and fans feel they are not at risk. as you heard, we are in for a messy weekend so before you leave the house today, check the forecast on the n 10 news app, find live interactive radar so you know what to expect in your area. p you don't see that every day. new this morning. that's the sound of a building implosion in buffalo, new york. former millard gates hospital fell over an hour ago. making room for a complex to include a grocery store health and wellness center as well as apartments. back at home, temple
university students and neighbors are on alert. police have reed new video of a suspected sexual predator. investigators believe the man forced a student behind the dumpster at gunpoint monday night and sexually assaulted her, and the attack happened just a couple blocks off of campus on carlisle street. surveillance video gives you a a clear look at the suspect. right there. you see him actually smiling as he exits a frtrain on the broad street subway line that same night. he may be connected to an armed robbery in the temple area. and in bucks county, two arrests may finally give the families close sure decades after a young girl was raped and murdered. police arrested george shaw and robert sanders charged in ken connection with the death of barbara rowan in 1984. shaw raped and strangled her, and sanders helped dispose of the body.
she was discovered two weeks later in the woods near her home. she was secretly hired to babysit, and he lured her into his bedroom where he killed her. police arrested sanders in monroe county, pennsylvania, and shaw arrested in florida. they call shaw a serial rapist and fear other victims could be out there. federal officials are expanding their corruption investigation of allentown city hall. city officials confirm prosecutors asked them to keep e-mails and documents relating to several people or companies that did business with allentown. the fbi is looking into a possible connection between campaign contributions and development contracts. in july, agents raided city hall taking computers, cell phones, and files. and former philadelphia eagle irving friar will spend five years in prison, sentenced yesterday along with his mother on probation for three years. the pair was found guilty in august of taking out six loans
on one home and not telling the lenders. they were convicted of conspi conspireing to steal more than $1 million. and still ahead this morning, 20 years ago today -- >> we the jury find the defendant oj simpson not guilty of the crime of murder. >> you remember that, 20 years ago today, americans shocked at the outcome of one of the most notorious murder trials in the nation's history. coming up, a look back. and lost at sea. the u.s. coast guard searching for a cargo ship that vanished during hurricane joaquin with 33 crew members, including 28 crew members.
off the coast of ft. lauderdale, florida, where hurricane joaquin is off the coast of florida, expected to stay away from the u.s. main land. that is great news that people are sharing throughout the coast from florida up to our area. the coast guard this morning is having a tough time finding a missing cargo ship that vanished in the hurricane. it left jacksonville, florida to do bound for san one with 33 people on board. the crew reported the ship lost power in the bahamas passing close to the eye of the storm. they believe it could be in waves up to 30 feet high. flood waters washes over the streets down the shore yesterday. right now, we are watching the conditions there and what problems could pop up today. for that, let's check in with meteorologist brittney shipp on what to expect the rest of the weekend, down the shore, along the delaware coastline, and inland. hi. >> good morning. expect more coastal flooding,
which is why we have a coastal flood warning in effect until 6:00 p.m. sun. we're still dealing with the rain, and importantly, per sis tent northeast onshore flow. the winds moving from the northeast helping to contribute to the flooding we are seeing. a live look outside now, low hanging clouds, and light rain moving in philadelphia along the shoreline and in parts of delaware, poconos, and this is still going to be a cold windy rain with temperatures today expected to stay in the mid-50s. look at the rainfall totals so far. you can see the bull ease ie is the central and southern parts of delaware, especially the southern parts of delaware anywhere between 3-4 inches around the long neck area, and those are some of the highest amounts. our futurecast shows we'll co. to see rain moving in, very light and spotty, not like the heavy rain seen yesterday, but still sticking around, and still cold. by noon, we'll see the light
showers near the poconos, and closer to atlantic city, and progressing the model, it shows more rain is expected to move into parts of the region on and off tonight. by tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of clearing will start, and our temperatures return back to the 60s. one other thing we want to point out, wind speeds are kicking as we head into today and into tomorrow, and so our current wind gusts, up to 33 miles per hour in atlantic city and in wildwood, up to 32 in wilmington, and future winds show this will continue throughout today, throughout tonight, headed into tomorrow, so we don't expect some of our winds to subside until right around 6:00 p.m. headed into sunday. he's the coastal flood morning, and that's the biggest concern into today. coming up, the closer look at what you can expect from the hurricane, a category 3, i'll go over the updated track, but there's good news. it's turning away from our
murdering his ex-wife and friend. in 1998, indicted, and 33 years later, again found not guilty of those crimes. >> they have this guy down on the ground now. a guy who resisted every attempt to be pulled over. >> take a look at this new video as police in california led them on a chase, cornered the car in a parking lot at in and out burger, and the ambulance took him away, no word on if he was hurt. police have not said what started the chase. we learn more about the gunman in thursday's deadly mass shooting in an oregon community college. christopher harper showed an interest in other mass shootings as well as the military. u.s. army revealed yesterday that he flunked out of basic training in 2008, harper died in a shootout with police.
last night, authorities released names of nine people he shot to death in umpqua. they ranged in ages 18-67, including freshman students and a professor. nine other people were hurt including chris mintz. the army vetd ran now hailed as a hero, shot seven times while trying to block the gunman. another student was injured while that student played dead. >> she said god was telling her to stay calm, stay still, don't do anything. like, apparently, the beggunman said, girl in the black, you know, girl with the blond air, stand up. she stayed still. >> wow. investigators found six guns at t college and seven more at his apartment and all were purchased legally. we're following a developing story overseas as the death toll climbs after an apparent u.s.
air strike hit a doctors without borders clinic in afghanistan. nine staff members died and dozens of others unaccounted for. we got video of the scene this morning. fires burning inside the doctors without borders clinic. u.s. forces conducted an air strike in the area, and there may be, quote, collateral damage, to a nearby medical center. the incident is right now under investigation. she became a symbol of defiance after being shot on a school bus in pakistan in 2012, targeted for advocating girls' rights for education. she's a household name, the youngest winner of the nobel prize and liberty medal seefed here in philadelphia last year. now, last year, philadelphia hosted the first ever forbes magazine 30 under 30 summit. she was there. the event brought together some of america's most influential young entrepreneurs and game
changes, a huge success, and this year promises to be no exception. and here to tell us more is taylor from forbes media. taylor, last year's summit was a big deal as we talk off camera. what's in store this year? big exciting things? >> yeah, back bigger, better than ever with 2,000 people coming in on sunday night for the under 30 food festival. a ton of chefs cooking their special dishes for everyone to try out. the conference actually starts monday throughout the week, and then tuesday and wednesday, we have a concert coming up on tuesday, and if you want tickets, everybody is open for tickets, global citizen.org/under 30, win tickets, and we are just really excited to be back in philadelphia. >> all right. taylor, as we are taking, there's video of monica lewinski, she spoke last year, is she returning?
>> yes, talking about the year in review. she gave a keynote last year, an amazing experience for her and us and back this year closing off the summit telling us what her past year's been like. >> she disclosed things about bullying last year that i know helped a lot of people. why are you returning to philadelphia? great for us. >> yes. so we chose philadelphia because, one, it's the youngest, of the fastest growing millennial populations in the country. our editor went to penn, familiar with the area, and we had such a great time last year. it was a no-brainer reason to come back and do it again. >> all right. how do you find yourself on the forbes under 30 list? >> yeah. okay, base, there's four lists so far. there are judges for each category. we have 20 between food, tech, and intern nurpship, and basically we have -- we have three judges for each category, and stha comb through all the nominations and pick 30 people for each category, piece by
piece, and that's how we piece together the lists, and we invite people to philadelphia for the summit. >> all right. we'll have dozens of influn enissue young thinkers here in philadelphia. obviously, you need an invite to be included in this convention, right, that begins tomorrow and runs through the 7th, but how can others, those of us not on the coveted list take part? >> yes. we partnered with a number of philadelphia organizations to make sure we can spread all of the forbes love around the city, and so you can find all that information on the website, networks events, dinners, and, of course, again, the concert that everybody can go to on tuesday night. >> all right. taylor, thank you so much for joining us. the forbes under 30 summit runs october 4-7th. for more information, go to nbc10.com or tap the nbc 10 news app. thank you, again, taylor. >> thank you. >> good luck starting tomorrow. all right. changing gears, streets flooded
at the shore. this is video from last night. it looks for like a river than a road. we'll show you the video in a sec. today, people are preparing for another day of rain, wind, and even more flooding. nbc 10 jersey shore reporter ted greenberg shows us what it's been like throughout all morning there. >> reporter: well, we're in part of cape may county called grassy sound village, a community of several homes right on the back bay just outside of north wildwood, and you can see some of the damage that this storm has done. take a look at that deck. you can see it's. ripped awart. part hanging in the war. this, the result of very, very rough water in the back bay because of the very strong winds that we have been dealing with over the past few dayings. not too far from here on another side of this community, you look out at the bay, and you see a house, a house that is now in the bay. it was actually on the other
side of this community, grassy sound village, but it collapsed in the water and floated quite a ways down south towards wildwood and wildwood crest in that direction, on the north side of the village, and you can see now it ended up in the channel in gro grassy sound. we dealt with two days of flooding so far here at the jersey shore, preparing for another third day of flooding. moderate tidal flooding expected around the time of high tide, 12:30 on the ocean, one to two hours later on the back bay, similar to what we saw yesterday when widespread monitor coastal flooding along the jersey shore. low lying flood prone areas with a lot of high water as well as areas that did not normally flood because the back bays are so full. the northeast wind continued over the past few days to push more and more water into the
back bays, and there's no opportunity for the water to recede back in the ocean. looking at a third day of flooding today, possibly a fourth tomorrow. a lot of folks around here say this is the worst flooding seen since hurricane sandy in 2012. in middletownship, nbc 10 news. some good news for homeowners. new rules go into effect today for mortgage loans. what it means for you coming up after the break. without the internet i would probably be like a c student. internet essentials from comcast has brought low-cost high speed internet into the homes of hundreds of thousands of low-income families. it lets students do homework and study at home. so far more than two million people across america have benefitted. internet essentials is going to transform the lives of families. i see myself as maybe an entrepreneur. internet essentials from comcast.
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question, and we're gradually improving we head into the weekend. it's still going to be wet day for us, not as bad as yesterday, but still windy, still cold, but i'm tracking an end to all those conditions, plus, the latest on the coastal flood warning in effect. all the details coming up after the break.
this is nbc 10 news first alert weather. right now on nbc 10 news today, a first alert weather day, cooler temperatures, showers, and what it means for you in your neighborhood. this round of rough weather comes as some deal with headaches left over from storms that blasted through the region back in june. watching joaquin head out to sea, fortunately, but some are expected to feel effects. good morning, welcome back, i'm katy zachry, and it's 9:00 a.m. on your saturday morning. thank you for joining us. >> temperatures are expected to be in the mid-50s, dealing with the rain, the winds gary schoeniger -- gusting up to 40 miles per hour, and a coastal flood warning in
effect the entire weekend. there's a live look outside right now, and low hanging clouds producing a little bit of rain for us over the philadelphia skyline this morning. i'll fly you around down the shore as well, still dealing with strong overshore winds. cape may, new jersey now, the rain constant, over to ocean city, new jersey, where you can make out the rough surf, and we expect that to continue as well. one more place, and that's margate in new jersey. coastal flood warnings in effect until 6:00 p.m. sunday, and if you live elsewhere, that coastal flood warning expires midnight tonight. a radar shot shows more rain is headed right onshore, and we have that strong northeast wind that just will not let up, due to the area of high pressure that is to the north of us that's creating that northea northeasterly wind. our radar shot shows a few more
showers moved into the valley and gusts continue to contribute to the coastal flooding. look how strong the wind speeds are, gusting up to 40 miles per hour in georgetown, 36 in atlantic city, and 26 miles per hour in wildwood. by 11:00 a.m., 52 degrees, by 2:00 p.m., mid-50s. high of 56, showers expect the on and off, temperatures warming into the 06s tomorrow and end of the rain. all the details coming up in ten minutes. >> did you say "end of rain"? >> nice. streets are still flooded at the shore as you imagine. this is video from last yiegnig looking like a river more than a road. today, people are preparing for another day of the rain, winds, and more flooding. nbc 10 jersey shore bureau reporter ted greenberg is there a with what it looks like this morning. >> reporter: we're in cape may county, grassy sound village, a community of several homes right
on the back bay just outside of north wildwood, and you can see some of the damage this storm has done. look at the deck. you can see that it is ripped apart, part hanging in the water, as a result rough water in the back bay because of the very strong winds that we've been dealing with over the past few days. not too far from here on another side of the community, you look out at the bay, and you see a house, a house that is now in the bay. it was actually on the other side of the community, grassy sound village, but it collapsed in the water and floated quite a ways down south towards wildwood and wildwood crest in that direction. it was on the north side of the village, and you can see how it ended up in the channel in grassy sound. we dealt with two days of flooding so far here at the jersey shore and preparing for
another third day of flooding. moderate tidal flooding expected around the time of high tide, 12:30 on the ocean, one to two hours later in the back bay, similar to yesterday, with widespread moderate coastal flooding along the jersey shore, low lying flood prone area, a lot of high water, and areas that don't normally flood as well just because the back bays are so full. the winds continuing to push more and more water into the back bay and there's no opportunity for the water to recede back into the ocean. we're looking at a third day of flooding today, possibly a fourth tomorrow. folks around here say this is the worst flooding seen since hurricane sandy in 2012. in middletownship, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that, ted. shore communities are preparing for whatever this weekend's weather brings their way. governor chris christie held
aing yesterday. six to ten foot waeves over the course of the weekend damaging the beaches lead to more beach erosion. >> a fear of the storm, so the dunes were just replenished. governor christie says it's another indication why preparedness measures following sandy are so important. in glosser and camden counties, utility crews work around the clock to tie up loose ends during the latest round of stormy weather, shoring up storm drains and taking down trees that could fall over and clearing debris that still exists around after a series of storm we had in june. some businesses had yet to rebuild and reopen following that storm that knocked out power for days. a camden county freeholder and homeowner fears a similar outage could hit again. >> it takes time because it takes money to be able to repair everything. we also, in our town, have
debris that is still down. our public works department is trying to get to it all, but we have to tell residents to be patient. >> officials urge homeowners to secure things on their own properties and not let their guard down during all of this rain. delaware is under a limited state of emergency just for sussex county. the governor says state offices remain open, but for the parks and campgrounds across the state, this weekend is, unfortunatelily, a washout. camp sites are closed today and tomorrow. fenwick island is also closed. and before you leave the house on this weather day, check out the forecast on the nbc 10 news app for live interactive radar so you know what to expect in your neighborhood. now to the pennsylvania budget battle. the governor is ordered a hiring freeze and restrictions on travel. wolf's hiring freeze applies to most salaried and wage
positions, and job offers made through thursday still, but the freeze does not apply to care givers or police officers. most travel and related costs are off limits, but the governor's orders allows for trips considered critical. the state has been without a budget for more than three months now, and the clock is still ticking. still ahead, flooding down south. what the carolinas are dealing with. what they are coping with as the stormy weather brinks torrential rains there. later, the rains did not plague the friday night lights. best action of the local gridiron still ahead in the high school sports blitz.
hurricane joaquin will likely not interrupt the eagles game sunday at 1:00. that's good news. they may have to battle rain and winds, by brittney shipp is watching joaquin with the latest on today's rain. >> that's right. this is 5 live look at the poconos with light p rain, the trend today, still going to be cold, still going to be windy, but good news is, look at hurricane joaquin, it is a category 3, but it is moving towards the northeast, starting
to turn even further away from the shoreline, and so what we'll see as we head into the next couple days, and into the weekend, monday, tuesday, is this hurricane academy turning out to sea, great news, and we'll also see our temperatures recovering and our conditions clearing up, and i'll let you know when all that happen coming up in the full forecast in ten minutes, katy? >> thanks, see you then. it is a wet weekend for breast cancer survivors and supporters making a 60-mile journey. the annual susan g. komen walk for a cure started yesterday and finishes at the navy yard in south philadelphia tomorrow. each step raises money for breast cancer. >> seriously, it's wet, it's really wet, but it's a good cause, and it's kind of fun. >> it's just overwhelming, you know, the support i've received, especially last year, i walked, you know, during chemo with no
after a mud slide in guatemala. heavy rains caused the slide monday night leaving homes buried under the earth. 26 killed and dozens more injured. the government estimates as many as 600 people could be missing. and if you think we're getting swamped by the wet weather, look at this. the images are from myrtle beach, south carolina. heavy rain flooding the resort there. streets in the lower floors of buildings water, some drivers are gambling by steering cars through the deluge. one driver took a chance and lost his car. >> really did not look that deep, and our hotel is right there, so i think we had maybe a hundred feet, you know, to go, and it just hit. >> he did not make it. drivers like that man had to abandon cars, and most are thankful hurricane joaquin did not add to the flooding they are
experiencing there. a highway exit in north eastern pennsylvania is named in honor of a state trooper killed in an ambush last year. exit 30 on interstate 8 4 in blooming grove pike county renamed after corp. patrol byron dickson yesterday. he was killed outside his barricks, a veteran of the marine corp. and behind a wife and two young sons, and his colleague, trooper alex douglass was shot, but survived. frein led troops on a 48 day man hunt and was later found hiding in an abandon airplane hanger and he has pled not guilty. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. temperatures today going to push into the mid-50s once again, so still cold, still windy, and still raining. look at cape may where the rain is still coming down. light rainfall, not heavy like what we saw yesterday, but i'm
sure you're probably tired of conditions issue and i am trooking improvements for you. there is a coastal flood warning in effect until 6:00 p.m. dealing with persistent northeast wind pushing water onshore, and expiring sooner for inland beach communities. that is in effect, the warning, until midnight. wind gusts today, up to 36 miles per hour in atlantic city, 35 in wildwood, 40 in georgetown, and 31 in philadelphia. the future winds show that this is going to continue throughout the day, headed into tonight, and headed into tomorrow, so it won't start to go down until we get right around 6:00 p.m. on sunday. so that's when the coastal flood warning should expire, but a closer look at the shot, and that shows moisture ask still moving into the region, and we do expect to see light rain on and off as we go into the rest of today, and we're checking out a steady rain along the shore
from cape may up to atlantic city and the entire state of the bull's eye of the storm, the 36 hour rainfall totals, and you can see the heaviest amount in sussex county along the shoreline, closer to the beach and louis, 3-4 inches, you see the oranges and reds, as you see the green and yellow, that's closer to the 1-2 inch rainfall rate. cold and wet conditions continue for us as we head into the rest of the saturday, and expect spotty, light rainfall to continue. you need a hooded jacket or an umbrella throughout the day. by tomorrow, you don't need it. we'll start to see mostly cloudy skies and passing showers as we head in the second half of the week, and our temperatures by tomorrow will actually start to push into the 60s, so it's a slow recovery, our average for this time of year is closer to the low 70s. as we head into the afternoon for our north and west suburbs, expect temperatures at 2:00 p.m.
at 52 degrees, windy, and 7:00 p.m., cold temperatures at 51. if you have tickets to the eagle' game taking on the redskins down in d.c. dorm, by 1:00 p.m. 62 degrees, and windy conditions. still going to see strong winds sustained between 15-25 miles per hour, and then by 4:00 p.m., temperatures at 64, feeling cooler than that with the strong wind. for today, ranging between 54-57 degrees, your seven day forecast shows headed into tomorrow, still windy, but warmer, drying out, and then into next week, we definitely dry out, warming things up into the mid-70s.
as smart as people. look at this. no, it's not a trick. a dancer with the miami heat was in the bahamas when her phone fell in the water. watch again, the dolphin picks up the phone and gives it back. of course, as fast as you can say "flipper," the video went viral. i did not write that, by the way. flipper, ha, ha, ha. we continue to clear shelters and find homes for adoptable pets. this is cato, right? >> yes, indeed, this is ca trkc. thank you for joining us. cato is not named after our reporter. >> right. >> so sad to say. >> yes, indeed. this is a two month old siberian husy mix. >> beautiful. >> beautiful, super playful, fuzzy, and he's teething now.
he's two months old, and he's just the sweetest thing. >> oh, you're here specifically promoting the unleashed activity today? >> yes. so today from 12:00 to 3:00, petco unleashed at fishtown, adopting out puppies, cato will be there and dogs and kittens on site. we invite everyone out to celebrate with us. we are happy to partner with petco unleashed. >> closing out the summer, back to school and work in the fall, are you seeing more animals come into the shelters or more a demand in adopting animals? >> so we really have a steady flow all the time. summer we like to get lot of animals in, and a lot of people -- a lot of animals are out, so, you know, it's really the same all year round. we have a lot to adopt out today, so we really hope everyone come, and -- >> will she get on the ground to see how cute this four-legged friend is?
hi, so sweet. how many animals will you have today? >> about six animals on site. >> okay. >> including kittens, so maybe eight. >> that's manageable. >> yeah. >> in the past, when you've done this, have an ma'ams gotten doomtd adopted? >> absolutely. we have a will the of success with petco unleashed and looking forward to it. >> great. so much. here's the information again. spca invites everyone to attend the 50th anniversary celebration today from noon to 3:00 in fishtown, and as of now, they plan to bring one -- well, they plan to bring cato, right? >> yes, indeed. he'll be there. >> and some of cato's friends there. if you want more information about this or any animal, call the spca at 415-26-6300. you can check out the welcombsis well. >> thank you so much.
>> absolutely. thank you for being here. all right. before we go, a last check of the weather from first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. good morning. >> a lot to talk about, a cold start to the morning, and there's those low hanging clouds bringing us light rainfall once again, the heaviest rain has already past us, that's great news. we'll continue to see wet conditions as we push into the start of the week. current temperatures, 52 degrees in philadelphia, 46 in kenneth square, 48 in chester springs and quakertown, 46 in blue bell, and 58 in dover. foggy conditions, a live look at cape may and the biggest story of today and tomorrow is the coastal flood warning in effect through 6:00 p.m. on sunday. we'll see some of our locations seeing that coastal flood warning expiring through midnight. our wind gusts, take a look at
atlantic city, gusting up to 36 miles per hour. up to 35 in wildwood, and 43 in georgetown, staying in the 50s today, katy? >> all right. thank you, and that is all for today, i'm katy zachry, from myself, brittney shipp, and all of us here at nbc 10, thanks for watching, have a good day, and grab your umbrella.
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