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good morning, america. breaking overnight, ryan lochte's apology. >> i am sorry. >> taking responsibility for what turned into an international incident. admitting he exaggerated his story about being robbed in ree crowe. this morning, a new account. >> they were saying no police, no police please. gutman what he says really happened that night. extreme weather. flash flooding overnight in texas. and tornadoes tear through michigan and ohio. >> it's right there! >> cars overturned. roofs ripped to pieces. trees shredded. the huge cleanup ahead this morning. miracle survivor. the tiny toddler trapped under a capsized boat sflp she's got a baby in the water.
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the little girl and how the family's 44 minutes of terror turned to triumph. and the final push. brazil's big home turf victory. >> brazil strike olympic gold! team usa winning gold on the court. history on the track, too, what no american has done before. and the star of these games about to take a final bow. the finish line now so close. hey, good morning, everybody. paula is off taking some much-deserved vacation this morning. delighted to have cecilia vega on board. ryan lochte now apologizing for that boozy and controversial night in rio. >> he's admitted exaggerating his story. he's now saying sorry to the
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victories in the games are being overshadowed. matt dput han has been on the story from the very start. matt, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, cecilia and dan. locketty's story has morphed from denying anything happened. to being differenty harry. facing douse mask raiding thugs. now admitting the swimmers negotiated a settlement to avoid the poli. she than thanes and couldn't quite cop to lying. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: ryan lochte tell what he says is the truth. >> brazil doesn't deserve that. it was my fault. >> reporter: lochte saying he's taking full responsibility for if events that led to this confrontation. you can see him here pulling down that poster.
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locketty, back in the u.s., hauled the other swimmers involved in for questioning. lochte says he wasn't entirely truthful. hours after the incident last sunday morning, he told nbr -- >> he cocked it, put it to my forehead. >> reporter: admitting now he was still drunk in that interview. >> it was still hours after that independence dent. i was still intoxicate period. i was still under that up the gun was drawn. but not at my forehead. it wasn't cocked at my forehead. it was toward my general direction. as you can see in the surveillance. that's when my hand went up. >> reporter: after days of solidarity, teammates contradicting the tale. we foolishly relieved ourselves
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behind some busheses. lochte removed a poster from a nearby wall. for the rapid escalation that night, bentz putting the the blame on lochte. ryan stood up and began to yell at the guards. after jack and i both tucked at him in an attempt to get him to sit back down. in the video, you see this good samaritan using his limited english. when we caught up with him o were offering cash to keep the guards from calling police. >> no police, no police, please, please, please. >> reporter: they were saying no police, leez? >> yeah yes, yes. >> reporter: they said it was bentz who offered them money, explaining they wanted to know the loss of value and pay. loblgtty seemed to hold on to
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exaggeration. >> thank you, mat. i want to pick up on the point about the consequences for him. let's bring in julie foudy, also in rio. julie, good morning to you. do you think this contrition mission where he's apologizing and dyeing his hair from blond to brown, will this stop the bleeding? can he and his reputation? >> dan, it is dumbfounding, really. he just needs to stop talking, put his head down and be silent. when you think about it, who is going to endorse someone who lied to his mom, to the u.s. olympic committee. went on national television and told a lie. who then continues to lie and try to cover it up, who is totally tone deaf and leaves his teammates here in rio
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coupled with the nar it keeps going. >> what's the likelihood he ends up in the pool in 2020? >> he could. the suspension from usa swimm swimming, they're not going to suspend him for four years and knock out tokyo. if they a year and knocked out worlds the. he'll be 36 in tokyo. i think without the branding and the endorsement deals. >> thank you, julie. thank you to aum of our team on the ground there. excellent job. we want to turn to the extreme weather, tearing through parts of the country overnight. ohio and michigan slammed by tornadoes. a big cleanup there. parts of texas, heavy rains came fast and furious.
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r rob's got more. >> late august. stronger cold fronts. northern part spawning severe weather. the southern part bringing down the rain yesterday evening. sliding south into san antonio. they had flash flooding overnight. overnight rkts flash flooding in san antonio, texas. torrential downpours dumping nearly nine inches of rain in just four hours. part of the same system that spaund several tor midwest. >> tornado on the ground! >> reporter: at least six reported twisters across the region. >> that's getting big, too. >> reporter: in the wake, this destruction in michigan. roof topped ripped right off structures. trees uprooted and snapped like twigs. tornado sirens warning people in ohio to take shelter quick. >> i saw the chouds and debris and wood and paper flying around, i'm like, this ain't
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>> reporter: crews across both states working round the clock clearing up debris. miraculously no deaths or injuries reported. some returned home to find nothing left. >> i got a phone call. i was -- been told how much damage there was. i was kind of prepared for it. so when i got home, still, nothing prepares you for this. >> there's a slight severe threat there will be more in the way of rain over the same areas, especially san antonio later on this afternoon. this is a 12-hour rainfall foreca forecast. we could see another three, four, five inches or more. among the high water rescues, that may the ongoing through time. some of this rain along the i-10 corridor into the flood zone of baton rouge. a slow and painful recovery with
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dan, back to you. >> exactly what they do not need. rob, thank you. to the race for the white house. donald trump's latest attempts to reach out to minority voters. what he's now saying about the republican party's historical lack of outreach to after americans. let's start with mary bruce. >> reporter: throughout this campaign, trump has raised plenty of eyebrows for his comments about refining the message. >> i want a totally inclusive country. and i want an inclusive party. >> reporter: this morning sh donald trump with a new pitch to minority voters and a new admission. >> the outreach to the african-american community is in an area where the republican party must do better. and it will do better. >> reporter: just days into the latest trump reset.
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advisory board. the weekend already markd by protests. and outrage over this stark plea. >> why do you have to lose? you're living in poverty. your schools are no good. you have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. >> the vast majority, more than 75% of us are not living in poverty. we're working hard. >> reporter: in is a have a, some trump supporters not ready >> he may have a tough pill to swallow. >> we're among those that are listening and want to try something new. >> hillary clinton is just going to take us further down the road to despair. >> it's time to wake up. african-americans, wake up. let's give the man a chance. >> reporter: trump's picked up the pace raising there are 36 million in july. clinton is still way ahead, pulling in $52 million last
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let's bring in, as promised, george stephanopoulos. >> you only promised george. it could have been -- >> could have been george costanza. gibb that trump's approval rating against african-americans, last we checked, are 2%, what are the ofs that this outreach campaign is going to work? >> i don't think that's what this is about. some polls have him at 2%. some at he won't make a big dent in hillary clinton's lead in that area. this is dezind to tell the republican party and others that he's not biased against african-americans. not biassed against majorities. more than 60% of the public believes he is biased against african-americans. other my nor tis. this is designed to show he's not the donald trump they think he is. even if it doesn't get him many
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of a tone shift for donald trump. among the political experts with whom you have chats, is there a a sense that this is durable? >> can he really change? that's the question we're going to ask his new campaign manager, kellyanne conway. he said this week he regretted certain things. in previous instapss, he said he didn't regret what he said about the khan family, joh "the new york times" reporter. is he ready to reach out and attract a bigger base? >> you're talking to the other side this morning. i look at the front page of "the washington post." a comfortable lead for clinton. she starts refining an agenda. they're already looking ahead. feeling confident. what's the danger in that? >> the big danger is complacency. you can't measure the drapes in the white house before you're
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left. given how horrible donald trump's summer was, hillary clinton could be doing better than she's doing right now. some polls still show it's a three to five-point race. they can't take anything for granted. what hat article was talking about is hillary clinton trying to create some kind of mandate if she does win, by putting out her plans on immigration, student loan fve so that people are not voting for never trump but rather supporting a clinton agenda. >> george stephanopoulos. he's going to go one on one with donald trump's new campaign manager, kellyanne conway. and talking to robby mook. you can tweet georg george @gstephanopoulos.
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we begin if turkey with a deadly explosion overnight at at outdoor wedding in the southeastern city of gazayantep. as many as 50 people have been killed and dozens injured. the attack appears to have been from a suicide bombing. so far, nobody has taken responsibility. turkey's president says that isis is the most likely perpetrator of this attack. from neighboring that the older brother of that 5-year-old boy named amron, becoming the face of the civil war in that country, the 10-year-old brother has died. back here at home, two escaped inmates in south carolina were tracked down after someone tipped them off to two sets of footprints in the nearby woods.
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lipsey arrested on drug charges. hay now face an extra 15 years in jail in convicted. and the man behind some of the biggest boy bands of the '90s has died. lou pearlman died in prison. he's credited with pop sensations the backstreet boys, he was 6years of age. take a look inside this police cruiser. the 19-year-old suspect trying to get out of his handcuffs. the suspect goes flying out the door. almost as if he disappeared. he took off on foot. he was later -- he went out the door there. he was later caught. the officer involved driving the car was injure and taken to the hospital. what's being called a
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c.j. at batd. yank keyes left fielder brett gardner look at this, into the stands, toppled as he goes there. making the catch. would have been a two-run home run. the bronx bombers go on the win, 5-1. yankees! >> you would be an amazing sports guy. >> ron can barely hide his lack the yank koees. >> full disclosure. >> nobody looks better. >> let me say that may have been the catch of the year. we, i think, executed the miss of the year yesterday. we did not point out, because he didn't tell us, that it was ron claiborne's birthday yesterday. >> i'm celebrating on the same date next year. not this year. it was suspended. >> like a leap birthday.
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you. weather now? >> let's move on to weather. we're horrible friends. sorry about that, ron. rainfall across long island. you don't have to agree with me so wholeheartedly. we had flash flooding in suffolk county. this wasn't entirely in the forecast. a bit of an issue across much of northern coast of long island there. on the east side. people getting out the sandbags. this is all front that will be making inroads to the northeast. the heat and humidity building up a little bit. strong thunderstorms on i-95 between say 6:00 and 9:00 tonight. look at the cooler air. a spectacular day and morning lined up for you. meanwhile, the tropics are heating up. we have tropical storm fiona. two waves off the african
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interesting in terms of getting to the caribbean. mike: hello, i'm meteorologist mike wankum. showers and cloud cover to the westheaded this way. it will be a slow process. sunshine this morning, clouds this afternoon. the rain holds off until after midnight. after that, look for cool, dry weather by midweek. >> much more coming up in about, ten minutes. >> why do you look so surprised to be on camera? >> i forgot that they were coming back to me. ron and i got talking about the yanke yankees. that's what happens. the u.s. women's basketball team is celebrating a record
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medal. the win is one of many pushes the american medal count even higher with just hours of competition left. the u.s. has 43 golds and 116 total. let go back to matt. >> reporter: good morning, sara. this has been an historic games for the women. the u.s. women's gymnast eks taim team destroying the competitio allyson felix and her record sixth gold. overnight, another victory for u.s. women's basketball. a dominating performance by a squad made up entirely of uconn alum. led by die yoon thana taurasi a scores. the men of brazilian soccer
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brazil's first gold. on the final kick, neymar scoring the goal sealing it. the country erupting with cheers. >> olympic gold! >> reporter: on the track, allyson felix earning an historic sixth gold medal in the 4 by 400-meter relay. and triathlete gwen jorgensen taking home america's first gold in that >> for the first time ever, she comes from the united states. >> reporter: how do winning athletes afford themselves? a little pampering. i sat down for a luxky gilette shave with back-to-back decathlete ashton eaton. >> when you're tired and fatigued, things come into your mind, i don't want to do this. that, to me, is a challenge.
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closing ceremony, where simone biles will be the flag bearer. for the record, ashton's skin is baby smooth. at tonight's closing ceremonies, all of these amazing athletes get that one last chance to say good-bye. the spotlight will be on simone biles. the first female gymnast to be a flag bearer. sadly, the man of her dreams won't be there, tweegt, he has to go back to work in very sad. guys? >> great to have the emphasis back where it should be on these amazing athletes. coming up, a happen the pi ending to a terrifying story. a toddler trapped for nearly an hour. we'll hear from her mother. plus, rob skydiving. you gotta see this because the guy has good hair eb in the air.
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mike: finally, some much-needed rain into our forecast. here's a timeline. 4:00 this afternoon, the cloud cover thickens up. more clouds than sunshine. the rain holds off. by 10:00 tonight, we start to see showers and thunderstorms to the west. these will march across the state in the overnight hours,
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tomorrow morning's commute in boston could be on the slow side because we have occasional downpour. the nature of the storms, a downpour here, not so much rain here or there. keep that in mind. some people will get rain, some won't. after that, the skies clear and the lower humidity comes back into the forecast. we have a chance of showers early monday morning with sunshine by afternoon. then get ready for really nice weather. tuesday, high of 78. morning lows in the 50s. the humidity is down. wednesday, low humidity as well. we start to get the humidity and
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welcome back to "gma." happening right now, ryan lochte speaks. talking with brazilian television. offering up a mea culpa. he says he wasn't entirely honest about what happened that gas station in rio. he offered up a long list story. a castle closed. in san luis obispo. crews working around the clock to contain the blaze. it's a big birthday today. the original stuffed bear who
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95 years old. the toy just underwent a bit of a facelift for the occasion. also, rob chases a ride with a storm chaser. attempting to sky-surf a thunderstorm. >> that's not rob. >> that's not me. >> are you crazy? >> rob went out with that guy to do jumps out of a plane stuff. >> you still jumped out of a plane. the question still stands are you it's a beautiful, exhilarating story. stay tuned. first, the frantic mother trying to save her child. a toddler trapped under the water. ? the child under an overturned both for nearly an hour and incredibly managed to survive. >> reporter: the family calling it a miracle and a second chance at life, saying they're still in utter disbelief over how close they came to losing their daughter.
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our boat crashes. and i have a baby stranded in the water. please, god, send someone now. >> reporter: this morning, deep relief following nearly an hour of terror in the indian river. searching for a toddler who disappeared when her family's boat capsized sflp she's got baby in the water. >> yes, please hurry. >> reporter: the boat flipped upside down, tam hi, her husband, and youngest daughter escaping. the only ken dierks her cries. >> we kept searching and searching. >> reporter: for 13 long minutes, tammy's husband and someone else look for her daughter. >> yes, we're totally upside down. >> reporter: fire, rescue trucks, sheriff's deputies on the way.
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now. right now. >> reporter: officer matt rush and corporal allen worthy leaping into the river with 30 minutes now gone. with every passing second, the rescuers admit they began losing hope. >> we were just getting ready to leave. we heard a light cry. >> but then 44 minutes after kennedy was plunged into those waters, they found her. floating in a life vest under the boat, incredibly tucked inside an air pocket. >> it was a >> reporter: a remarkable outcome leading to this emoti emotional reunion. little kennedy back in her mother's arms. >> thank you for saving my baby. and -- saving our world. i can't imagine. i just cant imagine. >> reporter: and this morning, kennedy is in pediatric intense i have care. her family just updated us saying she's awake and doing well. and they are hopeful she could
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to those rescuers. the officers say it was her life jacket and that air pocket. >> i could feel my heart rate going up during that entire story. thank you, marci. back to rob to check the forecast. >> it's been really, really hot across the pacific northwest. head to the beach. very crowded out there. this shot there cape lookout, oregon. not a bad spot to cool off. the water temperature around 60. you can go from hot to cold that picture. air quality alerts for the chimney fire in san luis obispo county. the fires an issue here. not as hot as it has been. we're looking for cooler air in the pacific northwest. portland which went 99, 100, 100, will get back to normal. these cindy conditions make the
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cool, another cold front in the great lakes. morning temperatures in the 50s. to the east coast, tuesday morning, temperatures in the a z and 60s. mike: hello, i'm meteorologist mike wankum. there are showers and thunderstorms to the west, marching across the state overnight tonight. your morning commute monday could be on the wet side. clearing away by >> this weather report has been brought to you by hillshire farm. we've been talking about food all morning on the commercial breaks. that's just one more way to make us hungry. >> indeed. coming up next, more rob marciano. he takes to the skies to follow a daredevil skysurfer. we'll explain what that means. what could be his most dangerous mission yet.
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rob has done a lot of crazy things to get a story. but it's going to be hard to beat this one. >> yeah, skydiving where lightning strikes. you didn't do that part of it. but you still jumped out of an airplane. all in the name of journalism, they say. >> and i was strapped to a professional. it was a hard-hitting investigati investigational piece. i went to meet an extreme athlete and he takes storm-chasing to a whole new level. there is sky squn diving. and then, there is what this man does. jumping, surfing, flat-out flying through the clouds. >> i put the board on, and it really, it feels more like my sport bike. >> reporter: and while red bull athletes are known for pushing the limits, this may be sean mccormick's most dangerous mission yet.
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he's out to skysurf a thunderstorm. >> everybody likes to say, you can't. right up until you, uh -- do it. >> reporter: for extreme athletes like sean, carefully coordinated red bull stupts like these are also about the bragging rights. getting the perfect video. not easy, especially when lilgt anything is involved. what do you think is going to be going through your head? >> a lot foef kus on that moment. it's all prett calculated this mission is. arer he repeatedly challenged me to get up with him. >> let's see what ours is going to be like? >> no, no, no. i finally succumbed to the peer pressure. how often do you get to tandem jump with one of the best skydivers in the plant. it's a category 3 hurricane wind right in my face.
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>> reporter: but then, sean and the team get what they've been waiting for. a true thunderstorm. a massi iive cumulus cloud. a perfect backdrop. in it's the opportunity to show a really amazing beautiful place on this earth that anybody can daydream about and no one can get to go see. >> reporter: now that, is storm-chasing. >> wow! >> that's right. finally got ron claiborne's attention with that one. a this guy is a sick, sick athlete. they all are, most of the red bull guys. came close to the thunderstorm. got the great shot there. he's married. has kids. >> i can't believe they let him do this. is there he tells me how
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focused. they're professionals. if not fighter pilots, they're beyond that, because they're not flying with anything. these guys are wired completely differently than we are. so it's just neat the be around them. >> don't sell yourself short. >> he's wired differently thanmen me if he did that. >> i just held on and screamed like baby. >> do you tell your wife before or after you jump? >> it's a good question. >> does she know you did this piece? >> do first, ask for forgiveness later. >> hopefully, my husband didn't see that. >> great job. thank you, man. is addiction to your phone putting a wrinkle in family time?
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it's "weekend down load" time. today we're talking about a scourge of modern life. the cell phone. here are some tips for ditching the phone and focusing on other homo sapiens who occupy your living space. your first piece of advice is put your phone in an inconvenient place. >> s. jeans, on the counter, you're going check it. put it in a place to go out of the the way to check it. >> the other thing you say is tell your kids that they can use their phones when you're using yours. >> because usually we don't want our kids on their devices during family time, if you say, if i'm on my phone, you can be on yours. they'll jump right on it. you want to discourage it. >> my child is 1.
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place. finally, i didn't see this piece of advice coming. but you say, do squats or lunges while they cchecking your phone? >> i haven't done it. a reader told me about it. you're getting superstrong and you're on the phone, or you're off the phone. >> i'm going to be completely distracted by my quads. they'll be a thing of >> the y >> if you want to hear more, you can check out the 10% happier podcast. search for 10% happier. we'll be right back with "pop
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"pop news. zblts what you got? >> a scare for leonardo dicaprio. the wolf of wall street actor was involved in a car accident. the he was not hurt. the site says he was with his girlfriend in the hamptons when he was rear-ended by a mini cooper. ambulances arrived at the scene. have all been rear-endings. i'm the one -- >> if you're going to get rear-ended, it's best to have it be a mini cooper. >> and a friend. that is probably not a friend anymore. >> is that him in a beard? what faphase is that? >> when he's not working. "the revenant," an intense movie.
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proud earning a team gold and two silver medals. her emotions clear in some nail-biting victories. now, a thoughtful fan wants to do something essential for not her but her parents. the stress they went through this the stands playing over and over again in online memes. not forgotten by berkeley rothmeyer from california, who set up this gofundmany page to get donations a spa day. they literally were like -- >> white knuckle. >> how i feel sometimes on the show, they're like, no, don't do it. it's how dan reacts when i speak. >> i feel that way during with the pop news." what's next? >> i thought you were going say then she nails the landing.
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in supershape. but "w" mag steen found out what happens when you take them out of their element. to sing. here's their take on "wee are the champions h" ? we are the champions ? ? we are the champions no time for losers ? ? cause we are the champions ? >> key change. >> started well. ? of the world ? >> we are the >> some of them there. >> wasn't that bad. wasn't that bad. can you sing? >> yes. and i can sing the whole song. >> bring it. ? we are the champions ? >> stop it, stop it. ? no time for losers ? okay, okay. so -- i was imitating them.
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>> if we haven't lost all our viewers, thank you for joining us. cecilia, great to have you as always. >> thank you, love you all. stay tuned for george coming up here on abc. doug: good morning. we're following two breaking stories on the eyeopener at 8:00. antoinette: including a deadly crash in east boston. the key help for police as they try to figure out what went wrong overnight. doug: also breaking, three people shot in dorchester. information just in from the
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explaining what he says really went on at this rio gas station. what he has to say now about his armed robbery claims. doug: mike wankum standing by. how's sunday shaping up mike: beautiful. clear skies. had a gorgeous sunrise. humidity manageable. now humidity will come up and the cloud cover from the west will move in. it will take until this afternoon before we really cloud up. tonight, there's what's coming at us, some rape. we need the showers and they are going to be showing up in the midnight. what's it look like out there right now? temperatures in the upper 60s, a few 70s showing up. some of the temperatures drop into the 50s last night. they're warming up fast across the area and humidity spiking up as well. in boston, because we have a southeast breeze at ten miles an hour, we'll keep temperatures around 80, upper 70s. around 3:00, the cloud cover thickening.
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it gives us rain tonight but also pushing the humidity out some brings drier air back into the forecast. once the dry air is in place, it is going to feel almost fall-like as we talk about tuesday and wednesday's forecast. again, keep an eye out. as the thunderstorms come through overnight, one or two could put down the occasional downpour. that could make travel treacherous. notice the timeline. we're talking about tomorrow morning. early commuter, you may run into an issue on the roadways. the humidity will be sweeping out of the fo we'll talk more about that hour by hour breakdown of the ryan tonight as well as checking on the traffic coming your way as massachusetts public charter schools are among the best in the country. our charter schools are public, and we have longer school days
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doug: we're following breaking news overnight. pedestrians hit in east boston. the latest in from the deadly scene. antoinette: two children pulled from a swimming pool in lowell. the party that ended with a call to police. mike: a sunny start to your day. i am tracking a threat of thunderstorms tonight. i'll tell you when the rain moves in. antoinette: good morning to you. the 8:00 a.m. hour of the eyeopener getting under way now. i'm antoinette antonio. doug: i'm doug meehan. here's something to think about. today is august 21. one month from today -- mike: september 21. doug: first day of fall. mike: please, stop that!

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