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good morning s, america. records shattered. katie ledecky does it again. >> new olympic record. >> crushing rivals to bring home another gold. >> good the whole way through. >> michael keaton, meantime, proves he's human. his three-way silver tie. and the soccer stunner. sweden beating team usa. goalkeeper hope solo lashing out. why she's calling her opponents cowards. "gma" is live in rio. devastating flood. the south under siege. torrential rain, 15 inches, in just one day. creating disaster. emergency crews pulling off hundreds of rescues. good samanthas saving others. this tanker swept away and the
unmaking a murderer? the conviction against brendan dassey overturned. the subject of the popular netflix series "making a murderer" is set to go free. what it could mean for his uncle steven avery. trial experts weighing in. and gator attack. florida woman fighting for her life after a trip to the everdmrads. >> as she reached in to retrieve the can that's when she was bitten by the >> air-lifted to this hospital overnight. the witnesses who jumped in to save her. good saturday morning, everyone. as you can see dan has the weekend off. ryan smith is here. ryan, can i discuss say we always love it when you're at the news desk. >> i love being here. i really love being here. i'm channeling my inner dan. >> please don't. >> don't go there.
it is a day when team usa is celebrating a slew of swimming victories. >> oh, my goodness. take a look at this scene. katie ledecky so far ahead in the 800 free, looks like she was swimming alone. 11 stecks of the runner-up breaking the world record she set seven months ago. >> adding to team usa's medal count, the u.s. is leading with 50 medals. that's 5-0, everyone, followed by china with 37 and japan with 24 but it's all about those gold medals. 20. >> then there was the soccer shocker. team usa losing to swede. the u.s. won't play for the gold medal, the first there in a while. matt gutman is at our olympic desk with more. >> hi, matt. >> reporter: good morning, ryan. calling it the soccer shocker is probably the right term. this is the biggest upset so far in these game, but the u.s. seemed to make up for it in the pool. michael phelps only winning
passing the baton to that human torpedo known as katie ledecky who you just mentioned seemed to lap her opponents in the pool. overnight katie ledecky with a tsunami human domination in the 800-meter french riviera yi bit rating the competition by 11 seconds. seemed like she was swimming the wrong way, not only besting her own world record but completing a sweep of the 200, 400 and in a single olympics. no one's done that in 30 years. >> it's all good the whole way through. >> maya dirado going out with a big splash before retiring winning the gold in the 200-meter backstroke. her second gold at the rio games. michael phelps seen congratulating dirado on her win when all eyes turned to him. the 100-meter butterfly, in
unable to catch up to a 20-year-old singaporian, joseph schooling winning his country's first ever gold, phelps finishing a three-way tie for silver and the runners-up raising hands in a show of olympic spirit. his 28th career medal. anthony irving winning again, 16 years after earning his very first gold medal in the same event. but it was not all triumph for soccer team considered a shoo-in to win its fourth consecutive gold booted losing 4-3 in an epic match all coming down to this epic moment. the swedes posting this photo on twitter with the caption, yay. u.s. goalie hope solo scoring something of an own goal saying right afterwards, i think we played a bunch of cowards. but, you know, the best team did not win today.
lighter admitting on twitter losing sucks. i'm really bad at it. now, i'm not sure that you could call that an apology but the class that may have been lacking on the soccer pitch was more than made up for at the poolside. michael phelps so gracious with that young singaporian who had crushed him in that event and earlier phelps had kind of left the door open to not retiring after these games, last night it was slam shut and amidst all of the drama a phelps' son baby boomer was there on hand with his little earmuff, the problem is, guy, he slept through the whole thing. >> oh, that's all right, though. dad will be showing that to him for years. by the way, matt, enjoy your day at the office. tough day. >> looks great. >> i'm really sorry, guys. it's hard work here. >> i'm glad to see you're able to spend some time on the beach, okay. >> i know. >> we'll see you tomorrow.
foudy. julie, good morning to you. >> good morning. i am not on the beach, by the way. i want to make it clear. >> yes, you will be at the beach. >> i'm working hard. >> okay, so, julie, let's start with the u.s. women's soccer team. first time they won't medal and goalkeeper hope solo said we played a bunch of cowards. did something happen we didn't see or is she being a sore loser? >> she is sadly sore loser, paula. and the interesting thing is what she's referring to is the way that sweden played and really what they did was they sat in a little bit more, they knew that the u.s. was a stronger team. they took a tactic in soccer that is very smart, very common, they played low pressure defense. and it's frustrating to play against i get that and there were some raw emotions with it, but i don't like what she said. eye lot of people reacted to it on twitter, of course, and especially those of us who
we thought it was pretty classless. >> being gracious in victory and defeat. julie, we got to talk about the two sports legends killing it, katie ledecky, michael phelps, put it in perspective for us. how dominating are their performances in terms of the annals of history of swimming. >> if you start with katie ledecky, i was at that 800-meter swim last night and you heard matt mentioned it and, ryan, i think you said something about it. she was 11 seconds ahead of the entire field. and when you think about athletes at this level, there's some separation, of course, but to be that far ahead and separate as much as she does from the field i think you mentioned she had a hamburger, ryan, it looked like she was eating a doughnut at the finish line. >> she did. >> it is crazy what she's been able to do and, remember, this is -- she's 19 years old. that 'four goals and one silver for katie at this game and michael phelps, a game that many thought he wasn't even going to
four goals and one silver and he's not done also going to race tonight. if he could end at 31 with 23 golds. >> 23. >> that is incredible. julie, we got to say gold medal coverage from you. if you want to take a page from ryan's book and have a doughnut and hamburger this morning. >> katie, she knows exactly where to go. >> that's good living, double-fisted. >> thanks, julie. >> thanks, julie. to that state of emergency morning as raging floodwaters sweep through the state and neighboring mississippi. now, crews carrying out hundreds of rescues overnight and their work surely isn't over. abc's phillip mena is in baker, louisiana, with the latest. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: ryan, good morning. the rain here is relentless. so many homes and businesses like this one here evacuated and this morning, underwater. some parts of louisiana hammered with nearly two feet of rain in
siege. louisiana and mississippi bearing the brunt of torrential rainfall and flooding. some parts of the state seeing three months' worth of rain in less than a day. residents trapped and desperate to be rescued like this family in east baton rouge, louisiana, forced to leave their flooded home and walk through the rushing water with a baby in tow. >> the sheriff has the infant, trying to keep the baby dry. >> for this man through the window was the only way out pulled from his sinking vehicle to safety by a good samantha. >> i just told him, you know, don't panic. i'm here for you. i'm going to get you out. >> neighbors and friends in the flooded communities helping one another get to safety. in one case, the flooding turing deadly. just north of baton rouge, a 68-year-old man killed after
strong enough to knock this tractor trailer off the highway. the national guard called in to help. the governor of louisiana declaring a state of emergency. and a rapidly rising river is now a big problem here. several are already at flood stage and expected to hit a record level. the rain here, it looks like there's not -- no stopping it and it's going to be a rough day ahead here, ryan. >> really coming down, phillip. stay rob marciano tracking those floodwaters and what's ahead for that part of the country. good morning. >> like phillip just said it's not moving and it tips to come down. this is -- has all the moisture of a tropical storm but it's just sitting right north of the gulf of mexico, tapping all that moisture. you can see the rainfall just continues to dump on eastern parts of baton rouge, flash flood emergency again for some of the parishes just east of that city. some of this moisture getting up into the midwest or worried about flood watches here. good through the weekend from
the midsouth including memphis as this tropical moisture not only moves north but feeds into the cool front and stubborn area of high pressure feeding this north and this has been pumping up the heat across the east coast, dangerous levels of heat and talk more about that and thunderstorms produced by that heat here in the northeast and about ten minutes. >> look forward to that. thank you. to politics. donald trump's campaign feeling the heat with sliding poll numbers and a litany of controversy comments. now hillary clinton is adding to returns and calling for trump to do the same. our mary bruce on the beat for us, hi, mary. >> hi, good morning. well, paula, we've seen this before. donald trump makes a provocative accusation, doubles down, digs himself in deeper and later tries to shrug it off. >> of course, i'm being sarcastic. >> this morning donald trump is playing the sore chasm card again after repeating this false claim more than 20 times this week.
sense. >> i call president obama and hillary clinton the founders of isis. they're the founders. >> these are the founders of isis. these are the founders. >> reporter: even when given the chance to clean things up. >> you in interthat he created the vacuum, he lost the peace. >> no, i meant he's the founder of isis, i do. >> but he's not sympathetic to them. he hates them, he's trying to kill them. >> i don't care. he's the founder. >> reporter: now he suggests he was kidding, kind of. >> obviously i'm being but then not that sarcastic to be honest. >> reporter: as his poll numbers tumbling. clinton leading in colorado, virginia, florida, even north carolina. trump is already warning of potential cheating. >> the only way we can lose in my miami, i really peen this, pennsylvania, is if cheating goes on. >> reporter: clinton is ramping up the pressure on trump to release his tax returns. by releasing more of hers. showing the clintons earned more
paying a federal tax rate of more than 34% and she's using trump's own words against him. >> if you didn't see the tax returns you would think there's almost like something wrong. what's wrong? >> now, despite the added pressure still no word on when we will see trump's returns. he has said he will release them but only once an ongoing routine audit is complete. paula and ryan. >> all right, mary. for more political analysis and some creative analogies which we bring in the one and only matt dowd. good morning to you. we just heard from mary bruce. hillary clinton just released her tax returns and challenging trump to release his. will it work and will we finally see those. >> the short answer is no. this is unprecedented. two presidential candidates not releasing their taxes, but the problem for hillary clinton is they both, donald trump and her both have transparency and trust issues in the course of this.
clinton with her mayes, to me it's a little bit like participants at fat camp calling each other overweight. it doesn't work in this course of thing so they both got trust problems. >> love your analogy. >> thank you for that. >> latest polls show clinton has a commanding lead. double-digit leads in cole orad and virginia. can he recover? the course of when you look at the history of the last 60 years of this. the problem for donald trump he's behind everywhere. hillary clinton has a lead everywhere so in the electoral college doesn't even matter at this point. it's a bit like katie ledecky in the 800-meter french restyle. it doesn't matter what state you're in at this point in time. >> double-digit in key states like virginia and colorado too.
founder of isis saying he's sarcastic. are you buying it. are voters? >> donald trump shot himself in the foot, the leg, the arm, the shoulder. he's done all of this to himself in the course of this and full of holes. i think donald trump's main argument is don't believe what i say. it's basically a presidential candidate saying don't report what i say because i don't really mean what i say during the course of this. he is in deep trouble. he's got to figure out a way to recover but has to do the one thing he hasn't done which is be that's what he has to do. >> disciplined and donald trump, we'll see how that goes. >> they're mutually exclusive. >> thank you very much, matt. appreciate it. by the way a quick reminder, much more on the race for the white house tomorrow morning on "this week" right here on abc. >> we want to move to a terrifying alligator attack. a woman on vacation in the florida everglades was rushed to the hospital after being bitten by a gator in a surprise attack from the water and adrienne bankert has more. >> reporter: this morning, a
nearly ripped off her hand. >> it bit her right above the wrist in a spot and her hand was pretty much dangling. >> reporter: the 49-year-old was vacationing at a campsite in the everglades when she was attacked. >> this woman apparently dropped a can into the water. she was standing on the dock, dropped a can into the water and as she reached in to retrieve the can that's when she was bitten by the >> horrified witnesses jumped in to help holding her up from going completely into the water. >> she got on her knees with her left hand on the dock, leaned over and grabbed the can and when she did that, she caused, you know, a ripple in the water or splash and there was a gator there. >> reporter: the woman in critical condition as doctors try to save her hand.
amputation of the hand. >> reporter: this attack happened in a remote location only accessible by boat or helicopter. the woman was on the dock and the group with her preventing her from going into the water likely saved her life, ryan and paula. >> thank goodness. >> oh my gosh, slipping in and out of consciousness, we'll try to get an update on her condition. last time, critical. weather and rob talking about the heat gripping a large part of this country in new york. >> it is and the heat and humidity, sometimes pop thunderstorms. there were big ones yesterday. dangerous lightning in poughkeepsie. five injured and three in critical sitting in a park bench under a tree and lightning came down and that's trouble. springfield, massachusetts, also seeing severe weather all across the northeast with more expected today but the heat is going to be dangerous levels. i think this is definitely the hottest day of the year up and down the i-95 corridor. tomorrow we don't cool things off.
be aware. they can come up in a hurry and some will have dangerous lighting. red flag warnings in the west, a lot of heat out here. temperatures inland california up and over 100 degrees. ine. mo studio! good saturday morning from weather watch 12! currently: the going to be a steamy saturday for many. try to stay cool out there. time to check in with our mvp ron claiborne. other news headlines to get to. >> thanks very much.
sara, robert. a dead lay plane crash in virginia that killed six people, at least six people on board. authorities say the small plane was coming in to try to land in shannon airport in fredericksburg when the pilot aborted and attempted to take off but the plane flew into trees at the end of the landing strip and burst into flames. florida where a spirit airlines passenger flight was forced to make an emergency landing in orlando. the plane with 179 people on board was headed to pennsylvania, but had to turn back when smoke was reported in th spokesperson said it was caused by an air-conditioning malfunction. six crew members are treated at the hospital and then released. a horrific vehicle crash on a highway in ohio, a van carrying high school water polo team struck by a semi killing one teen and injuring five others in a rural area southwest of toledo. it appears the mother of one of the water polo team members
wounded in the orlando nightclub posting this video of himself walking, angel colon, the first time he was able to do this since being injured. he was shot in the leg and rescued by police. 49 people were killed. finally, alex rodriguez hanging up his pinstripes playing his final game last night before a sellout crowd in the bronx. a-rod ending his 22-year career with a key hit. you see it there, rbi double in the yankees' 6-3 victory over the tampa bay rays. marred by admissions of steroid use and suspension for a full year. emotional about the send-off he got from the hometown fans. >> all that i had been through and for them to show up and show me that type of love is something that i'll never forget.
>> a-rod has 697 home runs more than 3,000 base hits. a hall of fame career except for the steroid use but is this really the end? there are rumors. >> you don't believe it? >> he may be coming back to another team, miami marlins or maybe retiring. >> i think he's retiring. i was at the game. i was 1 of those 46,000 cheering. i like him. >> is he going to make the hall of fame? >> absolutely not. what do you think? >> hall of fame career. >> if bonds goes in, he goes in. >> neither one is my take. or shoeless joe jackson or pete rose for that matter. >> you're unequivocally in our hall of fame always. >> good save, paula. coming up on "gma" this saturday morning the stunning bombshell around "making a murderer." that conviction of brandon dassey overturned. what it means for steven avery. don't call them over the
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much, guys? >> it says 100 grand in the prompter. >> you got it. you got it. amazing. >> excellent work. >> unapologetic cheaters. >> i would have thought it would a little higher. >> i don't use a prompter. it's all in my head. >> you're all shook up like elvis. also coming up, i zlotkowska love this story. the olympic athletes proving that you're as young as you feel. age is no barrier. we'll tell you how they do it. there is a 41-year-old gymnast that's going to be competing. can i just say the sensational new developments in the case profiled in the documentary "making a murderer" >> that's right, a federal judge in wyszomirski overturning the conviction of brendan dassey who was found guilty of helping his uncle steven avery kill a woman and abc's eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: this morning, one of the men at the center of the true crime sensation "making a murderer" could soon be a free man. >> we're really happy to hear that it was finally overturned. >> reporter: a federal court in
26-year-old brendan dassey, found guilty for helping his uncle steven avery kill teresa h hallback. >> i suspect what's going to happen it'll go to the seventh circuit and they'll decide what happens in dassey's case. >> reporter: millions watched the netflix docudrama that put a spotlight on their cases raising questions suggesting dassey was mentally unfit and coerced a confession that he later recanted. dassey's attorney opening up recently to dan harris. >> what you have here are police officers who are using psychological interrogation tactics that were designed for seasoned adult criminals. >> brendan. >> reporter: a federal judge throwing that out stating repeated false promises when considered in conjunction with all relevant factors most especially dassey's age, intellectual deficits and the
rentered his confession involuntary. the judge ordering dassey to be released from prison in 90 days if there is no new trial. >> if this prosecuting attorney decides not to appeal this decision, he will be free from a life sentence and that's pretty astounding. >> i hope so. >> reporter: steven avery's mother learning of the news as she was terroristing with him at the prison. >> as long as my son gets out too. i'md know. >> reporter: avery's attorney optimistic his conviction will be overturned tweeting out justice for brendan as another law enforcement fabricated confession bites the dust. for "good morning america," eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> so it was all about these false promises and you're a lawyer so you can weigh in. >> i think, yeah, all about the false promise, the idea he couldn't process the entire scope of what was happening and that's why i think him getting out doesn't necessarily mean steve avery gets out. >> fascinating development.
let's send things over to rob for another look at the weather. >> with all this heat and humidity what you want or any time of the day is a good c cooling thunderstorm. they can be cooling and scary but they can provide this spectacular image. one world trade downtown new york city, a rainbow here on the south side and lightning strike there on the north side. that is a gorgeous stuff. we'll see more today but before it happens why not head to the beach, water temperatures in the 70s up to the cape areas, northern nng across the south, thunderstorms late day so just be fast on your feet and get out of the way once that happens. the rest of the country looking at some rain across the south, of course, our lead story. but some cooler air marking its way into the west here with temperatures that are skyrocketing in the east as far as humidity is concerned and warm out west. more rain across the deep south off with cloudy skies and a couple
muggy feel continues to hang in the air. temperatures in the low 70s now will warm to the low 80s by afternoon. with the peak of daytime heating a stray this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. i'm getting a slew of complaints on the desk that there was only one beach ball in the -- >> we need a 15-beach ball forecast. >> i gave him one. >> there's only one single one. >> tomorrow i'll bringor one beach ball. >> more beach balls. >> beach balls are promised. there you go. coming up on "good morning america," breaking the age barrier, the athletes shining at the summer games. don't you dare call them over the hill. >> are they under the hill? >> noer it's over the hill, no they're under the hill.
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chase. so you can. now to the olympic athletes who are proving that age is knoll but a number. you know, these competitors in the 2016 games are in their 30s, 40 and 50s. i don't know why 30s is old. >> but you're not in your 30s anymore. >> well, maybe i am. >> maybe. he still won't tell me how old he is, ladies and gentlemen. these are outshining youngsters
still got what it takes and magnitude pagliano joining us from rio still on the beach. still tough day at the office for you. good morning to you. >> reporter: welcome back to my office, paula. yeah, it's a tough gig. now, we did start noticing early on in the games a large number of american athletes who in some cases have been around for decades still dominating in their sports so did a little research. talked to a bunch of them and one thing that seems to be universal among all of them they're not intimidated by those as these olympic games youth is overrated. athletes considered over the hill have been climbing atop the medal podium with freakish frequency. in swimming, anything over 30 is considered ancient but superstar michael phelps now a papa himself racking up gold in his fifth olympics. here breaking another record with his 22nd gold. he's 31. >> michael phelps has done it again. >> reporter: and his teammate
not to be outdone usa's 35-year-old anthony ervin proving he's the fastest swimmer in the gold's 50 metropoulos freestyle final. no age limit but dominique dawes of the 1996 gold winning magnificent seven says age can have an eye-opening effect on competition. >> you know your body better and what's worked for you in the past and how to handle pressure and put life in >> reporter: 41-year-old bernard is the oldest american ever to run in the olympic games. kristin armstrong just won her third gold for team usa after biking over 19 miles, one day before turning 43. are there any advantages to being older in these games? >> one of the advantages of many is the experience and love that i have. when i woke up before the time trial, my alarm went off and i looked ow the window and it was
to bring your game. >> reporter: but not all of these athletes are back after years of victories. equestrian phillip dutton, at 52, a medalist now for the first time after six olympics. now, the secret sauce for many of these, wisdom. we talked to a bunch of them and said they train smarter rather than harder. a lot of them have been here many types and talk about balance. son here, so does michael phelps and one more tidbit about michael phelps. his friends telling me that he's competing here with something he hasn't competed with for years, joy. guys. >> great perspective. that also gives all the old folks hope for maybe for more years we can compete. >> those whippersnappers have nothing on us. >> old man walk. >> get an ice pack. we'll talk to you. coming up on "gma." how to save big on your
welcome back. back-to-school is here and one of the biggest shopping seasons of the year. people are expected to shell out $650 per child up 7%. and lisa freeman is here to tell us how to stretch the dollar. lisa, thanks for coming. we know some schools have started. the majority start later. what's the best ways we can save? >> the expression don't spend it all in one place is a great tip. shop in multiple stores and look for doorbuster style deals you see in the weekly ads and just buy those and move on. make sure you buy -- you take a
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"good morning america" is brought to you by flonase allergy relief. you are greater than your "pop news." i'm not going to do what dan does. i have been waiting with bated breath for sara. >> class act. >> great to have you here. thank you. i hope dan is watching. return to her hometown to perform "climb every mountain" with jamie foxx. ? climb every mountain ? >> wow. >> yeah. ? -- every stream ? >> the duo sang a stirring
barclays crowd including sarah jessica parker and clive davis and performed at the staples center in los angeles earlier this month. jamie is featured on her album "encore out out august 26th. don't you forget how talented he is? you forget he has vocal range he is such a great actor. >> he is so talented everywhere. you want to hate him but he's likable too. >> you want to hate >> jealousy issues. >> he -- proving you have skills of your own. >> he managed to get in on the fun. whoa. >> and only the 17th take. tv journalist from southern australia pulled off a backward basketball shot while finishing off a piece about the summer gapes in rio. his reaction alone is worthy of
be special effects. >> that was a repeat, right? >> he did not do that four times -- i was told never to believe a shot unless it stays in the shot the whole time. >> we don't see where it goes. i feel like somebody could be above dropping. >> i was also told never to question your own "pop news" so i'm going to go ahead and believe that happened. up next in "pop," a new study that could save a latte spills. how w to reduce spills and it's called the claw hand. the method, you guys are my models in achieve manies in the life sciences recommends drinkers grip from the top of cups instead of the side. >> you don't drink like that. >> south korean researchers tapped into physics using a combination of equation, lab experiments and test walks for the potentially spill proof solution. what i hate is when you're in a restaurant or getting your coffee and they touch the lid.
>> only do this if it's your own cup of coffee. not for a friend. >> what if it is hot. >> you don't want it to spill. >> i burn my hand. >> you'll burn it here more where the liquid is. i don't want to get scientific you're a lawyer. >> a double move. you have to hold it from the top and -- >> as i said in the other "pop news" pod we're told to never question "pop news." >> that probably works for a martini as well. >> that never works. i know from experience. this is favorite cookie with a chewy candy from the oreo magic vault. their launching limited edition swedish fish oreos. it is exclusive to kroger supermarkets but you can shop for it on ebay available for up to $13. only slightly overpriced. >> you know -- >> eat the middle. >> ryan is -- >> that's wonderful. >> you like it? >> yeah.
then it's pretty good. >> oh, gosh, cookies flying. these are good. try this old one. >> it's oddly good. have a good day. >> that's not bad. good morning, america. that's kevin connors. i'm chris hassel. busy night on friday. michael phelps had a silver. katie ledecky another gold and starting with a guy walking off into the bronx sunset. >> the most complicated career maybe that i've ever had in my lifetime anyway.
think his final day. we know it's his final game as a yankee and a-rod rising to the occasion into the gap in right center. an rbi double. brett gardner scores from first, 548th career double for a-rod. 1 for 4 with an rbi. yankees needed it. now, after the game a-rod comes out, with some yankee stadium dirt in the back pocket. a standing o from his teammate, the opposition from the fans in the bronx, poignant night and the end the yankee win. rg3. some thought he would never play in the nfl again after that stint in d.c. well, he's back and, hey, terrelle pryor is back too, wide receiver and looks pretty good. griffin, 4 for 8 and this pick. micah hyde. hyde ya kids. packers with a 17-11 win. it was tough. it was tough for you to try to
>> wisn 12 news starts right now. thema: right now on wisn 12 news "this morning." a federal judge making a big decision in the case that inspired "making a murderer." what the ruling means for one of the men convicted of murder. a community coming together to remember a young girl killed by a stray bullet. how friends and family are honoring za'layia jenkins today. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news "this morning." it's 7:00 a.m. on saturday, august 13. i'm thema ponton. thank you so much for getting your day started with us. we will begin by checking our weather. weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather