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after more than a year vowing to build a wall and promising to make mexico pay for it, donald trump met with the country's president. the president called it a constructive conversation. both men emphasized how important the relationship is for men. the two men have not had the most cord yule relationship. today trump propos welcomer with mexico and did not back away from his wall proposal. we recognize to stop the illegal movement of people, groups and weapons. cooperation toward changing the shared objective and it will be shared, of safety for all
the united states and to mexico. the g.o.p. started hours before making an immigration speech in arizona >> stopping for a luncheon and speaking to hundreds in sarah sew at that. he gave a preview tonight. news channel 8 was the only pence one on one. >> good evening, the weather delayed governor mike pence's speech here. he took longer to come in. also stopping to talk to me about what we can expect to hear tonight.
from donald trump, the vice presidential candidate speaking to hundreds. >> we have a saying back in indiana good fences make good neighbors. >> but then stopping for a few moments to tell us more. will we see a change in trump's immigration policy? >> is the plan to deport 11 million immigrants? >> i think you'll hear donald trump lay out a plan to make sure we end the flood for all. >> a message trump has seemed to have moved away from the last few weeks. governor pence not sure how many details he'll reveal. >> what did you find out today?
this morning >> governor pence telling the crowd here florida is in their prayers ahead of the tropical storm hitting here. he's in arizona where he'll appear with donald trump on stage this evening. news channel 8. >> meantime, hillery clinton addressing the american league convention in cincinnati, ohio today. clinton told the crowd trump has tossed insults and insinuations for that can't be fixed by a short visit. >> bay area wild life doesn't seem to mind tropical storm hamine. seems like he was chilling in a puddle and enjoying the rain. >> the pond is a little bigger
we're going to see this for a say or so. >> the chance of rain is there and we have to be concerned when the wind friday comes around the south west, the on shore wind is rough for high tides and we have to watch the inland flooding as well. inland flooding could come with the possibility of more rain. that's the view and showers continue to fall inches of rain. i think you got to idea. 74 degrees and the open up in con nor. south west winds at 2 and overcast. almost an inch and a half of rain there. hyundai and new port the rain continuing to come down now. the inches of rain and traffic rolling along at a slow pace. it's not a hot day. the clouds have helped to keep us cool as a result of the rain falling throughout the day. red skins in town and 80
the rain chances are high. as you can see back to the west it moves to the area. when i say tropical rain, the downpours have a whole lot of rain in a short amount of time. rain continues as you start to see across the north. rain heavier headed toward the area. little bit of a serge here. rain goes out to pulse city, lakeland and much lighter in the inland areas. highland county as well. you can see it trying up east of leak classic. very good coverage. as i mentioned, it's a moisture
heaviest rains may have fallen. close to 8 inches of rain and we had almost 6- inches of rain. some of that is verified. 82 degrees at 7 a.m. yes, the possibility of rain. 84 degrees at 4 p.m. now mid-70s. temple terrace. temperatures not much of an issue. per hour winds and the moisture being dragged across the state. we talk about the training cells that could happen because the rain passing over the same area in a long period of time can tend to create the local flooding and rain fall areas piling up. friday 2:00 a.m. would be a possible land fall
weekend. there's the few at the enhanced satellite imagery. it's fairly quiet north of the storm itself. most of the thunderstorms are southern. equal pressure indicates where we'll be. more of a southerly wind flow. as we get into friday we'll see a south westerly wind that pushes the water into the bay. we'll have to watch tides and that will be at midday. 84 degrees on friday and 86 saturday and temperatures start to get warmer as we start to lower the rain chances. clearly, tomorrow's the day and early part of friday we're expecting more rain and squallly kind of weather in northern spots and the concern for the on shore wind that can cause the very high tides and
>> we're getting great pictures in from people. >> send us the pictures. we're sorry that's happening. >> we want to see your pictures and the tropical storm. you can up load and share them using the news channel 8 app. >> a historic flight takes off from florida. coming up next, why one plane assay big deal for u.s. cuba
countries. soon as many as 110 daily flights from 10 airlines make the trip. passengers clapped and took sell fies as the train landed. the restart of commercial travel is seen as one of the most important aspects between havana and washington d. c. breaking news, tampa just announced south west will have daily nonstop flights the canada. they awarded the service to h of competition between the airlines. >> you have a flight going to santa clara and the havana flights. will cuba be able to handle it all? >> you haven't been there. >> just getting word, guys, usf has canceled classes tomorrow. on top of a lot of counties that's canceled, we'll have a list for you. also, we're feeling the effects of the tropical storm even though the center is hundreds of miles offshore.
right now on news channel 8 at 5:30. into rivers. this impact of the tropical storm hermine is being felt. tonight we have team coverage from the hardest hit communities. >> good evening. >> thanks for being with us tonight. a state of emergency is in effect as we track tropical storm hermine. thousands across florida and the eastern seaboard are