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named tropical storm and started out at 60 miles an hour. a couple of th othis is a very largepi tl storm. so usually that makes -- it takes a little bit longer for things to develop and longer for things to weaken once it does get developed and that could come place once it impacts cuba down the road. nevertheless this is trwhk. now, compad t this was at 11:00 this -- the shift n a littl to the east it was nudged a little bit to the east because the new model came in quite a bit more to the east than it had been earlier on. this is the track expected a category ii hurricane somewhere south of jamaica. another in this general area is out of the woods yet. it comes down to where it
if it's a little bit later it would be more jamaica central cuba and possibly florida but until we sees and this isn't inanher 3 or 4 days. will have an in timeou see it e u.s. we're talking the middle so there's a long time to make preparations if needed. at this point we'll playing out. at this point in time for more concerning there's a t hunderstorms out there. 'ltrack this for you coming up. we're watching new developments where people living near this toxic sinkhole are exhaling somewhat tonight. after days of waiting the first
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he's been a mental health counselor for almost 50 years. he's not a doctor it's been confirmed. more victims are coming forward. >> the first reports came 2 being ago 2 female patients claim that touching their private parts would quote rid them of toxins. his attorney who happens to work right next door is estimate waiting for the facts. >> the one thing i could to rush to judgment based on what i've heard i kind of see that that may be an issue and i would just ask that at this point people hold off on any kind of judgment. >> for now the 71-year old is being held on a $200,000 bond and not counting the new allegations. overnight detectives seized medical files looking for new potential victims. >> if there's anything inappropriate, language, touched, we want to know so
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so how are things stacking up? morning coastal showers moving inland that pattern cti and again on friday. the cold we'ret across north cel florida our extremeor a little d notrience the cooler air and we'll be tracking as i said there's that rain off shore. as fizzle out so there will be a few showers onshore, but
ig tomorrow morning and then the heavie on in the afternoon. temperatures right now primarily in the mid to upper 80s, heat and humidity continue even with that front oteasing usthe north.
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right now the heaviestcross our northerne of thunderstorms. throughout the overnighs there will be a few more showers. i think the best chances will be north and then things quiet down but roll in overnight and first thing tomorrow morning just like yesterday and today cannot rule out of chance of a couple of isolated showers or a fewer storms. by lunchtime they begin to push inland and move over to the east side of the state. so a similar pattern over the last couple of days but a little more motu by friday that front kind of stalls outright about here. north of the front drier, cooler air on
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area stays rather warm, rather muggy and still a chance of some scattered storms. you can see it on friday morning. there's the drier air, there unfortunately is still the muggy air and that front probably won't make it any farther than mall we're looking at right there. storms along the coast in the morning moving inland later on in the afternoon. highsac this is matthew if you're just tuning in. kind of what we we could would happen this is a big storm in terms of size and i think that comes into play down the road. this is about 9 or 10 days from even potentially impacting the u.s. and it's going to boil down to where it turn. you're going to see a lot of changes you'll see a lot of models but the bottom line is until we see this turn it is a
oner it's goingr orida directly. we'll just h again, 8, 9, maybe 10 days away before any of this comes into play for florida. you see the spaghetti models right now leading toward the east but trust me they're all over the place. rain chances at about 30 to 40%. if you live in citrus county you're going rest of us not so much. rain staying at the 40% clip right on through the early part of next phones that are prone to catching fire but now we're getting word of a second samsung product that may suddenly explode a common item that you have in your house right now. >> plus hackers attempting to breach the election 2 reasons
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