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>> local, live, late-breaking, this is wesh 2 news sunrise, in high definition. jason: right now, make or break. this decision guy in florida. what is at stake when you go to the balls. -- polls. michelle: but first, we get right to breaking news on i-4 westbound in orange county, you' re looking live at kirkman road, where all lanes are blocked due to a deadly wrong-way crash. jason: there is an investigation by florida highway patrol. we are awaiting a news conference this morning that we will bring you on sunrise.
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alex, what are you seeing there? alex: we just got some new information. fhp tells us this crash killed -- the driver of this van was driving the wrong way on i-4, and had a collision with a taxicab. a spokesperson says there was a bottle of alcohol in the front seat. the driver of the van had a bottle of alcohol. it reeked of alcohol. that is something witnesses also told us. this was a case of drunk driving. and because of the two deaths here. -- the cause of the two deaths here. the emergency scene you' re seeing now has been playing out since the accident happened around 3:20 this morning. fhp says the van was going the wrong way in the westbound lanes, when it crashed into the
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we talked to a witness who says the taxi was behind a tow truck that swerved erratically to avoid the van. this witness was driving behind the crash at the time and he says when he got out to help, the van reeked of alcohol. from our vantage point here off of i-drive next to the holiday ve been watching as troopers investigate and as of now the westbound lanes of , i-4 remain blocked here. ted noah has a look at how this -- how to get around this. jason: we will get to ted coming up straight ahead here on wesh 2 news sunrise. let' s get that forecast first. amy: we are to the upper 80' s, even 90' s. we' re starting off with some cloud cover. sunrise is at 7:35 a.m. try air this afternoon. mostly sunny skies. i noon, 82 degrees. upper 80' s, even 90 in some spots, our warmest day of the
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i will take you county by county in a few minutes. jason: let' s turn to commitment 2016, it' s almost showtime. less than one hour away until our polls open. michelle: and the stakes are high. this may be the last chance for some republicans hoping to stop donald trump. jason: our primary day team coverage begins with meet the press moderator chuck todd. good morning, chuck. >> good morning. jason: marco rubio may mean -- may need a miracle to win here in his home state of florida. >> all of the polls show that he is trailing. all the money he has been spending, against donald trump, it still does not look good. but some of the polls may not have taken the early votes into account.
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closer. but i can tell you, donald trump winning florida, it puts them in a position where it also throws ohio in their, too, he will be gliding towards a path to the nomination. michelle: are there any t campaigning after today? >> he might here is why. if you want to stop donald trump, you need to deny him as many delegates as you can. if rubio trots out, the delegates he has earned could be totally up for grabs. first ballot. his movement. he might not drop out, he might technically stop -- stay in the race a case of a contested convention.
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jason: we continue team coverage with brett connolly. michelle: shorter lines this year. brett: nearly two million people cast their votes early in the florida primary. so as you head to the polls, the lines might be a little shorter compared to previous turnouts. and important to note, you can only vote today if you are a registered republican or democrat. if you' re no party affiliation, you don' t get a say in the presidential candidates, but you can vote if your city has a local issue to decide today. your polls are open from 7:00 until 7:00, but in terms of results we won' t see those coming in till 8:00 tonight. that' s because some polls in the panhandle close at 7:00 central. also, keep in mind, several candidates who already dropped out of the race are still on the ballot. but votes for candidates like martin o' malley, jeb bush and ben carson won' t count. the most recent call from
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donald trump and hillary clinton are big favorites to each win in florida. back to you. jason: as voters head to the polls today, they will also get to voice their opinion on local issues. in winter park, voters are set to decide on money for a new public library. this larger facility would look like this and be built in martin luther king jr. park. here is a rendering. voters will be asked about $30 million in bonds to pay for it. wesh 2 is the place to turn for all your commitment 2016 coverage. our live coverage begins at 8:00 tonight on c.w. 18, and continues until 11:00. catch our election special on wesh 2, starting at 10:00. you' ll hear from the winners, losers, and voters, as well as getting some in-depth analysis into what happens next. michelle: turning to other news, overnight, volusia county deputies released the name of a man killed in a motorcycle crash. they say jose mariano of deltona lost control of his bike last night on fort smith boulevard near tradewinds drive in
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the road was shut down for hours, while deputies investigated. right now, they do not know what caused mariano to wipe out. jason: right now, police in clermont are looking for a man with a bogus badge, who they say is dressed as a cop. jazmin walker joins us. jazmin, one woman he pulled over thought he was the real deal. jazmin: he seemed pretty legitimate to her. she says the bogus cop turned on his lights and pulled her over in clermont. restaurant parking lot. >> he came up to my window, and asked a few questions. like what's the hurry and where are you going. >> you just thought it was a routine traffic stop? >> yes, for when you' re speeding. >> and he didn' t give you a ticket, or ask for your driver's license or anything? >> no, but he did tell me the next time he saw me, he' d give me a ticket. >> so he gave you a warning?
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jazmin: another man happened to be in the parking lot, and see it go down. he said the man had a gun and a grounded story are, but he thought something was odd. he called police, and when they got back to the scene, he and the woman were told no officers in lake or orange county had reported any stops. michelle: new on sunrise, north korea is threatening to test a nuclear explosion and fire more nuclear-capable rockets. the country' s leader, kim jong un, made the announcement in response to recent military drills between south korea and the united states. just yesterday, the u.s. sent a destroyer ship to japan to help strengthen ties between the two countries. and u.s. officials are also on alert for a rocket launch out of iran. they say the country has the ability to launch a rocket with a satellite on top at any minute. iran' s first ever launch of this kind. and, like north korea, it would give them a new understanding of long-range missile technology. jason: apple now has less than 24 hours to send a response to the justice department.
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department' s case against apple to unlock an iphone used by one of the san bernardino shooters. authorities say the phone could provide more information about the attack. but apple claims this would breach their promised protection of the privacy of all of its users. michelle: back to the breaking news, i-4 is just a mess this morning. jason: traffic being diverted to kirkman road. let' s turn things over to ted noah. ted: we just saw a live that short while they were talking. that is the investigation that is happening on i-4 westbound. and while it is closed here just before stand lake road. there detroit road -- traffic on to kirkman road. already a backup there, about 1.5 miles. kirkman road southbound is also busy. take kirkman road
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get back onto i-4. but you can exit earlier at john young parkway, take that to send lake. -- sand lake. either way, add some extra time to your commute. amy: if you' re headed to the polls this morning, there are a few clouds early on. remember, we don' t get to sunrise until a little later now. after 7:30 a.m., but once the sun does shine, more of it through the day. the clouds will go away. we end up with mostly sunny skies by noon. as you head home from work, if you stop by the polls, it will be warm, in the 80' s. 66 degrees and pop goes, and ocala is 69. 70 in leesburg and orlando. 70 in melbourne. it is warm.
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we will see sunshine, just a few scattered clouds, and climbed to 82 by noon today. even 90, formalized. do not be surprised. i will show you those numbers county by county in a few minutes. michelle: still ahead, we have continuing commitment 2016 team coverage. jason: five states are voting today, but it could all come be turning point in the michelle: and we' ll stay on top of that breaking news on i-4, all westound lanes are shut down at kirkman road for a double
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i-4 right now, the scene of breaking news. one lane is now open. two drivers collided head-on, both of them died. fhp says the road could reopen within the hour. jason: our other big story, presidential primary day in florida. michelle: amy: but it is also big in ohio. the today show has more on the >> good day to you, i' m peter alexander from here in battleground ohio, traveling he' s still winless in more than two dozen tries this campaign. his approval rating among ohio republicans, though, nearly 80%. can he translate that into victory today? s trajectory toward trump is in ohio as well. we' ll have all of it when we see you, coming up on today. jason: the today show will have today' s primaries, along with plus, they' how he' s feeling about his chances in a live interview, coming up at 7:00, right here on wesh 2. michelle: a florida jury will continue today in hulk hogan' s
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the founder of gawker media is expected to be cross-examined when he takes the stand today. yesterday, hogan testified about the video and his career. hogan is suing the gawker website for $100 million. he claims the website leaked the recording that shows him having sex with the wife of his friend. the trial is set to last two more weeks. jason: new information, that uber driver accused of going on a shooting spree in michigan, is now blaming the app. according to new documents released monday, jason dalton told investigators he was under the control of the uber app. six people were killed, and two others hurt through that night. he said he couldn' t describe the feeling, but that the violence monday' s release also included s arrest. along with witness accounts. dalton has been ordered to undergo mental evaluation. michelle: just into the wesh 2 newsroom, russia has pulled its first warplanes out of syria. the announcement came just over an hour ago. monday, president obama told russian president vladimir putin
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putin said he hopes the move will help bring peace to syria. russia began aistrikes last year to support syria' s government in that country' s civil war. jason: happening today, michigan governor rick snyder will be on capitol hill to answer questions about the flint water crisis. the u.s. house oversight committee will hear from the governor and other key decision makers involved in the crisis during a three-day hearing. the first hearing was held in february, but neither snyder nor epa officials participated in the questioning. michelle: the diplomatic deal between the u.s. and cuba could mean tens of thousands of convicts get deported. according to the miami herald, 28,400 cuban nationals who already served their prison terms could be automatically deported. for decades, the convicts have been supervised by immigration officials after their release. jason: 6:17 a.m., and we' re news, a bit of information changing right now. one lane is back open on i-4,
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ted: even though we do have one lane as you see on the screen, this crash is still impacting your drive significantly. if you' re heading out on i-4 westbound, you might want to consider getting off on i-4 and taking the detour from earlier, sand lake , kirkman to send lake westbound, back to i-4 westbound. we have one lane open before sand lake road, but the backup is pretty significant approaching it. other travel times, we' re approaching drivetime, not bad from seminole into orange. amy: it is 6:18 a.m., and the mid to upper 80' s, 89 at daytona beach tied the record high yesterday. today, even warmer in some places. we could even hit 90 in some
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very close to records, if not actually tying them today. more sunshine, upper 80' s, even on the coast this afternoon. some of you are in spring break, but if you' re getting tickets to the bus stop, summarize happens in about one hour. we' re still got -- we are still dark. temperatures are really warm. 66 is our average -- 56 is our average low, and instead we' re in the 60' s and 70' s. az in a few spots, but not a lot of ground fog at this point. you are the temperatures. 64 in ocala. 69 in sanford and daytona beach. 70 in orlando. way warmer than average. again this afternoon. lots more sunshine today, compared to yesterday. because we have this morning star to go away -- the clouds we
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more of a breeze once we start to heat up a little bit. 88 in eustis, 89 in clermont. some southern spots will hit 90 today. 89 in orlando today. 85 at flagler beach. 80 74 merritt island. 87 in combat. -- palm bay. thursday, our next cold front approaches. instead of sliding through and cooling is down, it will stall out to our north. that is thursday and friday. because it is nearby, more clouds for us, and scattered showers and storms. not a strong push from the north, instead, it lingers, meanders, and that will increase our chance of rain. sunday, first day of spring, the front will slide through.
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early next week, cooler, drier
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jason: we are staying on top of breaking news. one lane is getting through on i-4, after a deadly crash, two people are dead. this is in the sand lake area. traffic is slow approaching kirkman and sand lake on i-4 westbound. ted noah is monitoring. we' re much more information, straight ahead. we want to take you now to south video. check out this video. a crash left one person dead when he had his car slam into a south florida publix. michelle: the store was empty at the time, and no one else was the driver' s girlfriend was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the cause of the crash is under investigation. jason: for the first time, an nfl executive has acknowledged a link between football injuries, and the brain disease cte. michelle: it happened on capitol executive jeff miller said there was certainly a connection, when
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cte can only be detected after someone dies. michelle: the ucf knights are hitting the field today with some fresh leadership on the practice field. scott frost is hoping to restore the knights back to their former glory days. year' s winless season. ucf plays its first spring game under the lights on april 16. jason: time may be running out re looking to book a quick getaway. according to aaa, half of s residents are planning next three months. analysts say many hotels are filling up and ticket prices are on the rise. so, aaa suggests booking your trip right now and try to target , off-peak days. the company also recommends following hotels on social media as a good way to get some of those last-minute deals. 6:25 a.m., and looking ahead to what is happening right after this break. if you' re just joining us,
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plus, alex villareal is on top of breaking news on i-4. alice go to the drivers are dead here after i -- alex:, to drivers are dead after a crash, a head on crash year on i-4.
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a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. >> local, live, late-breaking, this is wesh 2 news sunrise, in high definition. michelle: weeks of campaigning all leading up to this. right now on sunrise, it' s survival tuesday. jason: can marco rubio topple donald trump? we have team coverage. michelle: first, breaking news on the morning drive. only one lane of traffic any by at i-4 westbound accor and road. -- at kirkman road. jason: alex villareal is on scene. alex: two people who were killed were the driver of the van and
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tow trucks are working to clear the vehicles, badly mangled vehicles, from the road. emergency scene has been playing since the accident around 3:20 a.m. both of these drivers were men. fhp says the drivers were going the wrong way, the van going the wrong way, when it crashed into a taxi. a tow truck swerved erotically to avoid the van. this happened in the -- on radically to avoid -- a witness says when he got out to help, the van smelled of alcohol. we talked to a spokeswoman who said that there was a bottle of hennessy in the passenger van. they believe this was caused by drunk driving. >>
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something to drink before getting behind the wheel. alex: she says drunk driving is the biggest cause of long way crashes -- wrong way crashes. both of the men have been taken from the scene, and we will learn their identities later today. let' s get to ted noah. ted: still covering this crash, as you can see here. a westbound crash scene. it -- it looks like there are two lanes open, but he can really only get by with one lane. just under a half-mile back up approaching semitruck. meanwhile, if you' re heading up this morning, take a look at
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see how it is s take a look at the weather. this morning. dry air will work in. we will have mostly sunny skies for tuesday, and that will allow than yesterday. we will hit 82 degrees by noon. upper 80' s, even some 90' s today. way above average. we start out warm , and in bay hill, where the arnold palmer invitational is going on, there is warm air. our temperatures will climb when we get more. coast. daytona beach in sanford, 69. leesburg, 70. kissimmee, 71. upper 80' s, even a few 90' s. 78 is our average high. we'
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jason and michelle? michelle: a new poll spells more doom for marco rubio this morning. jason: polls open in about half an hour. look at these numbers, just released by nbc news. michelle: rubio drops to fourth place in this national poll. donald trump has extended his lead for republican voters like 20 -- by 20 points. and john as past marco rubio that -- kasich has passed marco rubio nationally. jason: a trump when is looking pretty likely in the sunshine state. brett: trump and clinton both have commanding lead. there' s a lot at stake as voters head to the polls in five states. we' ve got florida, north carolina, ohio, illinois, and missouri. and here are two big numbers to
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up for grabs. 367 on the republican side and 691 for the democrats. keep in mind each party has a different system in place for calculating delegates. and we hear it all the time during the presidential election, florida and ohio. these two are winner take all states for the gop race. florida' s worth 99 delegates and ohio 66. here is a current look at the race before we head to the polls today. 1237 needed for the republican nomination. and you can see donald trump with the lead and ted cruz in second. that is among delegates. for the democrats, 2383 needed for the nomination. hillary clinton has doubled up on bernie sanders in the race so far, leading 1,295 to 580. many political analysts believe marco rubio, if he does not win florida today, will drop out of the race. cnn is reporting that the groups that support rubio have not
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jason: local muslim leaders have a strong message about donald trump. they plan to denounce his comments about islam in an event this afternoon. in a statement, they say, quote trump is intentionally , drawing little distinction between the religion and radical terrorism. as tax-paying, law-abiding, patriotic citizens, american muslims find mr. trump not just racist, but dangerous. michelle: and for the third time in less than six months, ocoee voters will pick a new mayor. rusty johnson beat out jim sills back in november during a runoff election. johnson was only finishing out the remainder of scott vandergrift' s term. and now, he' s looking to stay for three years. make wesh 2 your source for commitment 2016. our live coverage of the primary results begins at 8:00 on c.w. 18, and continues until 11:00. you can catch our election special on wesh 2 starting at 10:00. hear from the candidates, voters, and analysts about what happens next. jason: covering seminole county, the lights are back on after a
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and sent two people to the hospital. crews worked late into that night in longwood on state road 434 near grant street. the intersection was closed for hours. police say four cars were involved and a hummer slammed into a power pole. one of the drivers was seriously hurt and had to be airlifted to ormc. wesh 2 spoke with a driver, who says the power lines fell on his car. >> it was a pretty big impact, because it we were not expecting the guy to darkened front of it. -- dart in front of it. a loss of power to the neighborhood, and across the street. jason: according to duke energy, the crash knocked out power to about 100 homes. michelle: tonight, friends and family will gather to remember a 15-year-old murdered over the weekend. investigators say antwan davis was shot in the head on north lakewood avenue late saturday night. so far, there' s no word on any suspects. his family told police he had an
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the neighborhood. tonight' s vigil will be held at starke lake at 7:00. covering volusia county, a huge donation is going towards the homeless problem in daytona beach, but one group planning to protest today, and they say it' s not enough. jazmin walker joins us now, and jazmin what' s the issue here? jazmin: the fight is over how that donation should be spent. yesterday, the organization faith presented a $22,000 check. it was meant to help build a long talked about homeless shelter, volusia safe harbor. but thomas rebman, ceo of homeless and hungry inc., and others, protested. >> they want to build a punitive jail shelter to hide the homeless. you know we should be putting , the majority of our money in job training, mental health services, medical services.
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nothing, and certainly for a large number of our homeless jazmin: the proposed shelter would include about 250 beds. it' s a waste of money, especially if other cities and t on board. and right now, it' s just the city of daytona beach. state says it is not a cure, offers more than just a place to sleep. they say there will be resources act on its feet. jason: breaking news on i-4, a deadly crash blocking multiple lanes.
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jason: and 6:41 a.m. is your time, and we' re looking they live picture, alive look at the i-4 fatal accident. we will show you on the map exactly where the accident is. here'
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it looks like two lazar one but one is a merge lane. we still have three lanes blocked, only one lane getting by, so traffic is backed up just before the universal boulevard offramp. you can always get off at kirkman road, tickets are bound to sand lake was bound, to get back onto -- take that southbound to sand lake. amy: we are warm and muggy in central florida this morning. temperatures in the 60' s and 70' s again. keep in mind, mid-50' s is actually our average low temperature. that is where we are' s most be in the middle of march. instead, it is 70 degrees in orlando. 69 in daytona beach. 64 right now in ocala. we will climb today. there is a little cloud cover this morning, some of which is great and low in some spots. the sun will break out today. we will try things up. temperatures will climb this morning. by 10:00, we will keep on
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until we make into the upper 80' s, even if united degree temperatures. not out of the question today. we will end up mostly sunny. wind out of the west. warm and dry again tomorrow. there is rain on the way. more about that when i get back inside, in a few minutes. jason: 6:43 a.m., and polls open up and about 20 minutes for the presidential primaries. michelle: we' ve been talking all morning about the sink or swim mentality. we want to go right now to nikole killion, talked about how florida is the crown jewel in this race. they go --nik ole: five states voting, none more critical than florida, and ohio is also important. 99 delegates for republicans in florida, especially the ones
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marco rubio is counting on fellow cuban-americans to get out and vote. giving out messages in spanish that they do not vote in a historic numbers, he may lose. keep in mind, polls show donald trump and hillary clinton leading in the remote today. -- the vote today. jason: this morning, we' re pushing to find out when a burst pipe will be fixed at saturn elementary school in cocoa. more than 10 classrooms were flooded, along with hallways and the front office. 800 students had to share portable bathrooms, and the students were moved to dry classrooms. some parents still decided to pick up their kids. >> it' s crazy for 800 students. so that' s why i picked up my son. because it' s just, that' s not enough. he' s only five. jason: so far, no word what caused the pipes to burst. michelle: happening today, a lawsuit filed six years ago over school funding finally goes to trial.
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state lawmakers of short-changing the state' s schools. they' re challenging the system set up while jeb bush was governor. attorneys for the state deny all of the allegations. and the trial could last up to five weeks. jason: golf will take a backseat at bay hill this afternoon as the fight against childhood today is the annual arnie' s march on bay hill. day ahead young cancer patients , and their families will raise money and awareness, starting at 4:00. the one-mile walk begins at the ninth hole. tomorrow is the big pro-am day at bay hill. then round one of the arnold , palmer invitational is thursday. michelle: 6:45 a.m., and we recap the big stories next. including a deadly crash on i-4. jason: first, a preview of what is coming up today on the today show. >> coming up on a tuesday, make
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can donald trump and hillary clinton put away their rivals? what happens if marco john kasich close their -- lose their home states? we have that all covered. we' ll talk to mr. trump, live. also, the first time in nfl official acknowledges a link between football and a brain disease. with that lead to many changes question mark and a hollywood legend stops by. shirley mcclain will be here. what will they where?
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re westbound on i-4. this was a deadly crash that the florida highway patrol is still investigating. there is one right lane, and a shoulder that is open. travel can get through. it is causing a backup. take a look at our dot cameras right now. this is the scene. records are sweeping up. while the still wraps up, delays will start right around the area of universal boulevard. it will not clear until you get
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to get back to sand lake and i-4. and another crash near the 408. we had a report come into that might be involving a pedestrian on goldenrod road. will be warm today. it is already warm out there. we' re are starting out around 70. headed for the 60' s. our average high is 78, and we might even hit 90 today. not everywhere, but you know what, some spots may hit 90. we 89 in a few spots yesterday. today, we will do that again. sunshine, wind out of the west. when you compare our highs today to where we are supposed to be, you can see, we have a lot of really warm air moving in. last time we hit 90, although back in november. it is been a long time. even when we were having that record heat, over the christmas holiday, at the end of december, that was only the 80'
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it has been a long time since we hit 90. we may do that today. we' ll get awfully close. if not actually hit 90 degrees. a lot of us, anywhere from 87 to 89 this afternoon. 64 is where we are now in ocala. 66 and palm coast, 69 in daytona beach and sanford. 70 in melbourne. we' re starting warm. a lot of cloud cover early today. however, once we get going, with sunrise in an ll had this morning, and will be mostly sunny -- we will get rid of some of the clouds we had this morning, and there will be mostly sunny skies. that puts us at 86 and salt springs and dunnellon. 88 at eustis. 89 in clermont. 90 in a few places. i would not be surprised.
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apopka and 87 in daytona beach. a little breeze off the ocean. it will not be superstrong. the west wind, pinning it to the coast. but those 60 degree water temperatures will keep them slightly cooler at the coast, but still 86 in melbourne. high-pressure still in control, another warm, dry day tomorrow. wind out of the west. thursday, some subtle changes. a front to our north, start moving in closer. as it does, moisture with two new -- will continue increasing. more cloud cover. friday, some scattered showers and thunderstorms. the front does not have a strong push through here. because it lingers, some scattered showers and storms through the upcoming weekend. once it does run -- role through, on sunday, officially warming spring -- welcoming
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jason: we want to get back to the breaking news, in the sand lake area. two people dying in a deadly collision at i-4. alex: fhp tells me the two people killed were the drivers of the van and taxi deck lighted head on here on i-4 westbound. i talked to a spokeswoman who said that they believe that this was alcohol-related. the driver of the van was the one driving the wrong way here on i-4. that was around at 3:20 a.m., and that driver at a bottle of hennessy in the front seat. we talk to witnesses, who said that the van reeked of alcohol, when they approached. we will be following this for you, and the investigation, as well as how you can get around the scene. michelle: the polls will open in just minutes for the florida primary today. with donald trump in the lead,
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for senator marco rubio. as for the democrats bernie , sanders is trailing hillary clinton. jason: volusia county deputies have released the name of a man killed in a motorcycle crash. they say jose mariano of deltona lost control of his bike last night on fort smith boulevard near tradewinds drive in , deltona. the road was shut down for hours, while deputies investigated. michelle: clermont police are on the lookout for fake cop, posing as one of their own officers. one woman says he pulled her over in clermont on sunday. she says he didn' t ask for a license but gave her a warning for speeding. police were later called and said they had no reportred stops in the area. jason: the lights are back on in longwood after a crash that took out a power pole and sent two people to the hospital. police say four car were involved in the crash at 434 near grant street last night. according to duke energy, the crash knocked out power to about 100 homes. michelle: tonight, friends and family will gather to remember a
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weekend. investigators say antwan davis was shot in the head on north lakewood avenue late saturday night. the vigil will be held at starke lake at 7:00. there have been no arrests in the case. jason: a big donation towards the homeless problem in daytona beach is being met with protests today. the organization faith presented a $20,000 check, but another group says the money should go to job training and services for those in need. we continue after a quick break,
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jason: welcome back to sunrise on your tuesday morning. let' s get you out the door, starting with amy. amy: little cloud cover, 70 in melbourne, and the closet we have, some of them are low. visibility is a little hazy. will go away, this afternoon. our temperatures will climb, and a was breeze will bring in warm air, and we will get 90 in some spots.
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all be in the mid-to-upper 80' s, at least. 10 degrees warmer than our average for today. warm and dry again for tomorrow. in front will approach on thursday, just in time for saint patrick' s day, with some cloud cover, and storms for the weekend. once you get to spring on sunday, it will be cooler and dried. jason: a deadly crash just before the sand lake off-road. still multiple lanes locked on i-4. they' re working to clean this up, but as you see, still a backup. give yourself extra time , and we' re keeping a close eye on a crash at goldenrod, by 408. that involved a pedestrian. the today show is next on wesh 2. michelle: sunrise continues with brett and jasmine on cw18. brett: we talked to a financial planner about ways you can take
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michelle: and look for news updates anytime inside the wesh 2 mobile app. jason: thanks for joining us. get out and vote. have a great day ahead. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] good morning. make or break. key contests in five states today. trump wins in florida and ohio would knock most of his rivals out of the race. >> if we win ohio and florida, it's pretty much over. >> if hillary clinton sweeps the day, will it be the end for bernie sanders? >> i feel good about where i am in this campaign. >> our team ways s weighs in on what could be the most decisive day of the race. admission. >> the answer is yes. >> the nfl acknowledging a link between football and brain disease.


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