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one week after hurricane matthew hit north carolina's coast, flooding continues to be a major concern for towns and communities across the state. >> and homecoming festivities take a back seat to a sudden mission to help people in the need of the aftermath of that storm. first, a cool morning. it's cool out there, and we're going to take a live look at the raleigh skyline. good morning, thanks for watching cbs north carolina. i'm katie cut -- i'm amy cutler. >> and definitely the jacket as you step out of the door. since we had matthew a week ago, we're drience is and getting a chance to dry up and
the area. the satellite radar showing drying conditions. a few clouds overhead and things looking quiet out there this morning, as i mentioned. temperatures in the 50s, 53 outside right now in raleigh and durham. it's 55 in roxborough. the cold spot on the map is roanoke rapids in the 40s this morning at 49 degrees. 54 is your current it. the area green that will continue throug flooded. parts of i-95 are shut down this morning in cumberland county, johnson county and robinson county. keep that in mind. we have full creeks and streams around the area, and we're dealing with river flooding, moderate to major flooding, east of the triangle. so, we're keeping a close eye on all of the things today; however, conditions are continuing to improve. we're still mostly sunny, dry, and nice across the area thanks to the big system of high pressure and we can expect
highs topping out shy of 70 degrees and we turn up the heat for tomorrow a little bit. we're looking for high temperatures in the mid-70s for your sunday. i will let you know how much warmer temperatures will get this week and how long the sunshine is sticking around coming up. >> thank you so much. and this is the latest on the recover effort in the aftermath of had ur cape matthew. today marks one fu week since the storm brushed our shores and triggered deadly flooding throughout the east portion of our state. at last check, there have been 24 storm-related deaths linked cumberland and lenore counties. utility crews continue the work to restore power to ns of thousands of homes and buildings. the state department of environmental quality still trying to determine if any coal ash was released after learning that matthew caused erosion and an active coal ash basin. the judge ordered election boards in 36 eastern counties to extended the voter registration deadline. the north carolina department of transportation is
following hurricane matthew. you know, some parts of i-95 have reopened. sections from benson to fayetteville continue to be impacted through the weekend. the nc-dot is building a crossover that would allow traffic to shift to the northbound side so engineering crews can repair the southbound side. the crossover will be in place for at least three weeks. and a lot of good will on display in lumberton this week as companies joined forces to feed families in 20,000 people yesterday. many of whom have been surviving without hot meals since last weekend. we talked with people who were seeing their community come together at such a critical time. >> it makes you want to cry. because, like you said, we have never had this happen to us before and so many good people has come together to help.
to be. >> it is the way the world needs to be. sam's club plans to provide more meals starting at 10:00 a.m. and in raleigh, brighton high sool held a fund raiser during home coming friday night. several students skipping the communities to collect money for people affected by hurricane matthew. they were compulled to act mom from the county who mentioned how hard- hit her family was and passing to the school's principal. within 24 hours, organized the fund raiser. >> we said what do they need? i reached out to call mom at home and she said what they are in need of and the e-mail nt out to every parent and tonight it's home coming and they have been giving tremendously. >> and in total, the school raised more than $650 in two quarters of football. in greenville now, the tar river has crested, but a major flood stage is in afft through the weekend. cbs north carolina's michael
>> reporter: from above, you see how widespread the damage is. and the massive cleanup effort that will begin soon in greenville. as the water began to rise and reports came in that people had died, rhonda mason knew she had to get out. >> i was telling my husband, we haveo leave and do something. i don't want it to be us. it could be us. >> reporter: she's been staying at the shelter at the middle school. she's grateful for all of the help she's been getting but in the stress of it have blurred together. and 40. >> when is this? >> 15th of october. >> so, tomorrow? today's the 14th. >> are you serious? >> reporter: it's so many people like larhonda in need, volunteers have been working quickly. >> we are just trying to box it up and get it ready to go out. >> reporter: the site in winterville is one of two places where people have been
and supports each other and those at will need help the most once the actual recovery starts. >> reporter: students from ecu were among the dozens of volunteers getting everything ready to start distriting on saturday. >> it's been amazing. you don't really understand the true meaning of community and family, which is what we preach ecuuntil something like this happens. >> it's been wonderful. everybody have been a in donated so many things for the families. >> reporter: and that as michael highland report -- michael hyland reporting. the attorney will travel to greenville later this morning and visit with some of the areas hardest hit with the storm and warn people with about scams and fraud linked to him repair, price gouging and charities. the news river in kingston 6 pictured to crest. that would break records during hurricane floyd.
stage. >> there has been some concern among officials this week about the bridge. it does seem to be holding up, which is important because ou main north-south corridor has been under construction the past year. so, we don't need to lose this. if we do, we will get through it. >> about 150 national guard troops are on the grounin lenore county and more than 200 people are living in the county's two shelters. a south carolina man who refu to hurricane matthew is found good dead in his marion county home. the four-year-old james taylor was discovered in his flooded living room on thursday. here's the fifth fatality from matthew in south carolina. and apocalyptic situation, what the intern president of haiti is calling the aftermath of hurricane matthew. more than 540 people died in the week after the storm and hundreds of thousands of people are still waiting for help.
a disturbing surge in cholera cases. hundreds of u.s. marines from camp lejeune are in haiti helping with the relief effort. >> and there are several ways at you can help. cbs north carolina has teamed up with the american red cross. we have that information as well as our full coverage of the impact from hurricane matthew right now on www.wncn.com. and the time now is 6:08. still ahead, a fire chief rushes in to make the need help themselves. the scary moments ught on camera in edgecomb county. >> and the first full weekend. north carolina state fair is underway. what you can expect to find. >> and it's a cool morning across the area. the forecast looks great for the state fair. the temperatures are in the 50s right now. i will have the state fair forecast and what to look for
. if you're heading outside, it's going to feel cooler and you might need a jacket. >> yes, the temperatures are in the 50s. this afternoon looks pretty nice. the temperatures are a little below average. very similar to yesterday. yesterday ended up being a beautiful end of the week. outside right now, we are seeing a few clouds popping up in the satellite anradar, but no wet weather. after we dealt with matthew last weekend, we have been dry
going to continue over the next few days. so, we still have a chance to dry out and recover from a lot of the damage that matthew left behind. outside this morning, you will need a jacket as you step out of the door. the temperatures in the cool side here. it's 53 degrees in raleigh; 53 also in this morning. the temperatures in the 40s there at 48 and 50 in rocky unt and goldsboro. 54 degrees in fayetteville. the flood warnings continue for the counties you see highlighted this green here. that is likely through we have some receiver flooding going on, full creeks and streams and flooded roads again. portions of i-95 shut down. for today, we're looking mostly sunny and nice. a big area of high pressure is going to stay put throuout the day today and into tomorrow as well, leading to a pretty nice end to your weekend tomorrow. temperatures are warming up for your sunday. for today,ive is you're heading to the state -- for today, if you're heading to the state
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were found in cumberland and lenore counties. also, a judge ordered north carolina election officials to extended the deadline to register to vote in 36 eastern counties of the state because of the disruptions caused by that storm. and starting today, airline passengers are no longer allowed to bring their samsung galaxy note 7 smartphones on board planes. concerns over fire hazards prompted the department of transportation to execute the emergency order. the phone's lithium ion battery passengers who try to travel with the phones will be denied boarding. and during a rally in charlotte, donald trump defended himself against the accusations of sexual misconduct saying he did not act inappropriately toward the women who have stepped forward this week. he called the allegations 100% false. and wikileaks released more than 10,000 e-mails or hacks from the account of hillary clinton's campaign chair.
barrage of free advice from outside allies and how cnton can shore up nagging short comings. and breaking overnight, a shootout leaves one police officer hurt and another man dead in dallas, texas. two other people were also hurt. no word on what sparked the shooting. we're told the officer 6 pentsed to make a full recovery. closer to home, 80% of the town of princeville, north carolina, is believed to be under water after the tar river crested there. during the height of the st up needing some help. it happened while he was trying to se a woman who was trapped in her car last saturday. his vehicle was overrun by water, leaving him submerged for nearly a full minute. >> the vehicle was moving and i remember going in the water and my firefighters said i disappeared under water. the vehicle disappeared under water. >> and we had this rope around here. >> this is the driver.
rescue the chief and the woman in the car. and organizations and volunteers who dedicate their time to rescuing animals are in need of rescuing themselves. and as cbs north carolina's catherine bosley reports, some groups in the midwest are happy to land a hand. >> reporter: after making the journey from south carolina. >> he's a cute gu i love him. >> reporter: young bobo maki quite the impression with the mom and daughter. >> i didt >> reporter: you can't fight love at first sight and means he's off to the new forever home in cleveland. he's one of 16 dogs shipped here after hurricane matthew left the south jam packed. >> the cleveland apl always wants to help when there are animals and emergencies. >> reporter: the apl director had cages open on the adoption floor. for dogs like tad who was so timid and maverick who is ready to go. >> and this sweet e here,
ages and all kinds of different dogs. one thing they had in common, they were all homeless in the first place. it's not like they're going to be reunited with someone back in south carolina. you see, they had to be moved out of their shelters to make room for the displaced dogs who got separated from the families by the storm and making them that much more special. >> there is always a lot of interest in any animals that come with the story. i think it tugs to people's heartstrings. >> like michael who had to make a >> reporter: and also heartwarming when all of the hard work pays off from getting the dogs in in the first place to, well? >> are you a good boy? >> reporter: to getting them out to a happy ever after. >> great story there. >> absolutely. so nice to see that those dogs that have been affected by the storm are now loving homes and they're out of harm's way now while south carolina continues to clean up for math -- from matthew as well. definitely a nice story to start our first saturday there.
we're going to see more sunshine today, amy. things are looking good this afternoon. similar to yesterday, actually, with more sunshine than we experienced during the day. outside right now, we're taking a live look om our tower camera in north raleigh and waiting for the east, waiting for the sun to rise which is not for another hour. but the skies are going to get a tiny bit bright or the horizon there. the current temperature in raleigh is 53 degrees. and we have some flood warnings that will still continue for most of the areas here through the end of the weekend is die to some of the roads that car still flooded, down today. we have full creeks and streams and river flooding occurring, especially east here as we see the rivers cresting and lingering into moderate and major flood stage. we're dry this morning and have been dry the last few days. we'll stay dry the next few days. satellite and radar is clear this morning, seeing a few clouds overhead.
temperatures in the 50s. it's 53 in raleigh and also in durham; 52 in siler city and sanford; 54 degrees in fayetteville. the cool spots in roanoke rapids at 48 this morning and we'll see the temperatures climb into the upper 60s to near 70s today and looking at a high this afternoon around 69 degrees. mostly sunny skies all day. overall, a pretty nice start to the weekend here. the temperatures are actually going to be climbing as we head into your day tomorrow and we're still on the cool here. the temperatures are a few degrees below average for today. we start getting warmer into your sunday. this area of high pressure is going to remain overhead over thnext few days and start to slide just off to our east a bit here for monday, tuesday, and wednesday. so, we actually get this warmer airflow out of the south- southwest here and so we can expect mostly sunny skies. temperatures are warming into the 80s for the start of and that is pretty warm for
october. our normal high is 70 degrees. we're looking mostly sunny and tracking the next cold front into thursday and friday and bringing showers with it for thursday evening and into friday and alsosome slightly cooler temperatures for the end of the week as well. the forecast for today, highs around 70 degrees across the sand hills and sanford, lillington and dunn; 71, fayetteville and rayford; 70 in smithfield and benson; 70 in wilson; 69 degrees this afternoon in rocky mount and 68 durham; 69 is the high temperature in raleigh and carrie. at the state fair, expect a lot of sunshine. gates open at 8:00 a.m. and rides around 10 a.m. at noon, a temperature of 64 and 68 degrees at 5, 58 degrees the temperature at 9:00 p.m. the skies stay fairly clear for the duration of the fair tonight. overnight, though, we drop to about 50 degrees and we might be even cooler than we are outside this morning for some of us. partly cloudy skies, calm winds
temperatures climbing pretty quickly here this week. we're looking at a high of 76 tomorrow after barely topping out near 70 today. eighty degrees on monday and tuesday, looking at a high around 80 degrees. wednesday looks to be the warmest day of the week here with a high all the way up to 82 and as that next cold front arrives on thursday into friday, we'll see a chance of a few showers and temperatures falling into the 70s. but we're going ar to dry out a bit. >> and that looks great. >> yeah. >> eighty. >> i know. >> i can't believe it. >> and we're not dealing with that humidity either. not your typical summertime 80 degrees. that is 80 degrees and low humidity. nice for the middle of the week. >> and really nice indeed. thank you so much.
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and how about that wake forest defense into this week. they pitched four straight shutouts. one reason, zach gil. that kid has a whole boat load of division one offers and had an early sack in this game. he -- part two, number 35, demarcus jones faked everybody out, including the camera man. marcus, trust me. that is a compliment. and he went in for the score there. the cougars up 9 and wrecky person with the pain over defender. heritage was able to break the shutout streak and couldn't get the wi wake forest wins undefeated 26- 14. >> and we knew it was going to be a great battle. i love it. it's time to wait for it and this is a great night for wake forest high school. >> and congrats to wake forest for staying undefeated. well, looks like that time of the week again after all of the great football plays we have seen this week. it's time for you to let us know what you think are your favorites.
carolina play-of-the-week nominees. our first nominee, i am going to shut up and let you listen. check this out. >> all night long! >> reporter: and the sounds of the hit and the trash talking. did you hear them? he wasn't lying. that was heritage running back ricky person delivering the boom to a wake forest defender. the scariest part of the play, rickey is only a junior an year and a half. our sick nominee comes from jay -- second nominee comes from jay leanawilson and the opening kickoff -- jaylen wilson. and they get in front early and never look back. the last play-of-the-week nominee comes from broughtton. is they didn't get a win last night but a great catch from smith. and hold the catch off of the deflection. nice work from that young man playing wide receiver.
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. farmers struggling in north carolina after hurricane matthew. the massive job they face in the weeks and months ahead. >> and trump's struggle to get his campaign back on track as he fights back over new allegations of sexual misconduct. but first, it's 6:31. we're taking a live look at raleigh this september 14th, 2016. good morning, i'm amy cutler in for justin quesinberry. and let's check in with meteorologist kristin ketchell with the weekend forecast. >> and our saturdays are off to a good start across the area. the temperatures in the 40s and 50s, and we're going to climb into the upper 60s this afternoon. this is a live look as we start the morning here. raleigh-durham international airport, the skies are clear
sunrise, which is still about 50 minutes or so. so, we have a little while. sunrise around 7:20 this morning. the satellite and radar showing a few high clouds out there and otherwise, things are looking good across the area. no wet weather and expect to stay dry through today and into the next few days. it's currently 53 in raleigh; 53 degrees in durham; 52 in clayton; 50 in goldingsboro. 54 degrees -- goldsboro and 54 degrees in fayetteville. the temperatures are warming up today, talking about the upper 60s to near 70 this afternoon. keep in mind, we have the flood warnings that affect. matthew was one week ago, and we're still cleaning up the mess that matthew left behind. the flood warnings continue here because we still have flooded roads. parts of i-95 and cumberland county, robinson county and johnson county shut down this morning. we have a lot of full creeks and streams and we're dealing with river flooding, especially the further east you get from the triangle here. so, something to keep in mind
mostly sunny this afternoon, thanks to the area of high pressure and the dry weather is sticking around the next few days, but temperatures are warming up. today, we are -- look at a pretty nice afternoon. dry and pleasant at lunchtime, up to 64 degrees and we're up to 69 degrees at 3. the normal high of 73 and we're a few degrees shy of that today. we're still mostly sunny this evening. the temperature falling to 66 degrees at 6. and i will let you know when warmer weather arrives and what is in store for your weekend and your week ahead coming some north carolina farmers won't know the real damage from hurricane matthew for awhile. right now, we're in the middle of the sweet potato harvest. experts fear many of the roots that spent significant time under water could start rotting. the state's sweet potato commission urged farmers to focus on harvesting field with good drainage. >> and not want to see anything go to waste. if you let them sit here and rot, they rot away.
somewhere. >> and the produce company in cumberland county said the crops were still covered on wednesday. potato pkers returned to the fields on thursday. they're rushing to get their produce out of the ground and into a warehouse in dunn. and in goldsboro now, cresting floodwars from the noose river are starting to recrowd. people we talked withs conditions -- recede. conditions are improving and cars made it through some streets. some have concerns still. >> and we thought it was ride down here and see, you know. but i guess the water was, you know, still high, too high to walk. walk through. >> and still high. we also talk with business owners along george street who tell us they plan to start the reclaiming process this weeken and incredible rescue stories continue to unfold from across the state in the aftermath of hurricane matthew. in hard-hit edgecomb county.
we're told the dog and soldiers are okay this morning. good news there. students in some southeastern counties will return to school next week. cumberland county classes will start on a two-hour delay on monday and way county schools will remain closed on monday. teachers will have an optional workday on tuesday and wednesday with a tentative plan to bring students back on thursday, friday, and saturday. saturday, though, would be ab early -- an early dismissal day. of chandler ke in, ya. the jury will nt the former unc student is facing second-degree murder charges in the death of three people last year. prosecutors said that kenya was drunk when he slammed head-on into another vehicle while driving the wrong way on e-85. and friends and -- i-85. friends and family gathering at a south carolina church to say goodbye to keith scott. the 43-year-old was shot and killed by a charlotte police officer last month.
that saying he was not armed at the time. the funeral was set for last thursday, but hurricane matthew forced the family to move services to friday. the officer who shot scott remains on paid administrative leave. and covering fort bragg now, the soldier is -- the military, rather s investigating the death of a 48- year-old soldier. the army tells us that sergeant -- staff sergeant thomas seiler this past wednesday. no word how he died. he's a decorated soldier who is assigned to the first battalion, 7th air defense artillery regimen. and covering the race for the white house, more women are coming forward to accuse the republican presidential nominee of sexual misconduct. friday night, trump fought back during a campaign rally in charlotte. >> no.
wild and ludicrous allegations of a magazine article. >> but trump didn't stop there as cbs news correspondent craig bosswell reports, trumps he's the one who is the victim. >> reporter: donald trump paraded female supporters on stage during a rally in charlotte. >> trump! >> reporter: he again insisted he did not act inappropriately toward female accusers who stepped forward this week. >> i am a ic great political smear campaigns in the history of our country. >> reporter: two more accusers surveys on friday. summer was a contestant on his reality show "the apprentice" in tax. >> and he came to me and started kissing me open mouthed as he was pulling me toward him. >> reporter: another woman told "the washington post" that trump reached up her skirt in the 1990s. >> these allegations are 100% false. they're made up.
what is happening on the other side with my opponents. it hurts our country, it hurts our democrat oakeracy, it send -- democracy, it sends terrible messages. >> reporter: but hillary clinton has her own challenges. wikileaks released more e-mails that it claims were hacked from the campaign chair john podesta. in one, former michigan governor jennifer gran holme suggested clint hon should bust tables at denny's or work behind the counter a out of touch with working americans. another said for her to apologize for using a e-mail server and calling it the achilles heel. and another urged her to find an emotional connection to be bold and not politically calculating. wekileaks claims it has more than 50,000 e-mails. craig bosswell, cbs news, the white house. and the time now is 6:39. coming up, it started when complaints and an all-out
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the pacific northwest. >> that is incredible. >> and the video was, too. luckily no injuries with the tornado. things across our area, dry and quiet. we can be thankful for that again. we're still cleaning up from some of the damage that matthew caused one week ago today and this is a live look outside from the tower camera in north raleigh and into the east now. we have some clouds out there and some pink and blue popping up in the sky there and getting brighter ahead of the sunrise, which is after 7:20 i showing some clouds out there, no wet weather in the forecast for today and tomorrow or even the start of the week. things are looking good here. mother nature is calming things down for us for awhile. temperatures this morning are definitely reflective of that. we're in the 40s and 50s. a cool and quiet start to the morning here. 53 in raleigh and durham now; 52, clayton; 55, roxborough and lillington. 55 also in pinehurst and
most will expire at 10:30. i won't be surprised if some get extended though the end of the weekend and this is for the flooded roads we're dealing with. parts of i-95 and cumberland and robeson county. still shut down. and johnston county also. a piece of i-95 closed as well. we have the flooded roads and some full creeks and streams, and we're still dealing with river flooding east of the triangle. the flood warnings in affect for those reasons today. area of high pressure over the top of us will keep things mostly sunny, dry and ni afternoon. temperaturewise, we're similar to yesterday. warming up to 64 degrees by lunchtime. 69 degrees and mostly sunny. that ithe forecast today fallling to 66 degreesy 6:00 p.m. the temperatures are climbing it remember and could be talking about highs in the 80s this week. i'll be back with the comple forecast in a few moments. amy. >> thank you, kristin. the time now is 6:45. coming up next, the ongoing fight against cancer. how much more of the -- how a
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. breaking overnight, a suspect is in custody after a san francisco police officer was shot in the parkside neighborhood. investigators said that e officer was responding to a call related to a mentally dished individual. the police department issued a statement asking the public to keep the injured officer in their prayers. members of the s.w.a.t.
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marine's want reports, reports, it's a critical way to fight cancer. >> reporter: cancer doesn't discriminate hitting the young, old, and men and women. thanks to the leukemia lymphoma society of north carolina, there is hope. and it starts with putting one foot in front of the other. >> when i have two small children, so my family takes tear of -- takes care of them. >> reporter: home is near greensboro. since july, has become these halls of the duke cancer institute nearly two hours,way in durham. >> i have lymphoma. >> reporter: that is a type of blood cancer and for shayna, treatment means it's hard to get away. >> that is my leash. >> you call that your leash? >> yes, it goes everywhere with me. >> and this is the beginning of the new normal. >> reporter: thomas good knows about the leash all too well. he's walked the halls with them a lot over the year, battling myeloma, another type of blood
>> reporter: he's walking the halls with shean -- shayna, the fellow patient and givers to kick off the annual event that funds research to fund cures and ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients. for shayna and the others, their leashes keep them from making the walk with thousands of others outside in carrie later this month. but lls refuses to leave them behind. >> and this right here gives them hope. let's them know, hey, even about us as we're through the treatment. >> reporter: white lanterns mark patients and survivors. red, the loved ones and as you and shayna can see, there is more red than white. >> and we're fighting and all of the the support and encouragement doesn't go unnoticed. anything, anybody's willing to do is a kind word. that is all very appreciated. >> reporter: shayn accuseed
the most curable forms of cancer and it can end not some day but today. cbs nook nook is the proud sponsor of this year's light the night walk. i will host it on october 22nd. to participate or donate to the cause, find out how right now on our win site at www.w -- website at www.wncn.com. and a good saturday morning. i'm kristin ketr -- kristin he brighter ahead of sunrise and after 7:20 this morning. so, we'll see a few clouds out there. overall, looking at a mostly sunny day. a few clouds popping up on the satellite and radar now. we have nothing popping up on the radar. so, no wet weather in the forecast as we go thh your saturday. tomorrow, and even the start of the week looking dry as well. we have flood warnings in affect that will continue throughout most of the weekend here and that is the for the counties that you see highlighted this green.
the area, parts of i-95 are still shut down in johnston, cumberland and robinson counties. full creeks and streams and rougher flooding, especially the further east you get from the triangle. we're dealing with that across e area today. the after affects of matthew. it's 53 degrees as we kick off the morning in raleigh. 53 in durham; 47, that is the cool spot in own oak rapids and 50 in rocky mount and goldsboro; 54 degrees in fayetteville. the temperatures across the area will climb into and we'll top out around 69. mostly sunny skies all day, a few high, thin clouds, overall, a pretty nice start to the weekend. we'll stay dry through tomorrow as well and temperatures going to be warmer here. the system of high pressure that began building in last week will position itself right overhead for today and tomorrow. a nice weekend on the way with temperatures tomorrow and climbing into the 70s. now, for monday, tuesday, and wednesday, the high slides off to the east a bit. we get warmer air pushing in
expect mostly sunny skies to continue. the high temperatures, though, in the low 80s and a warm stretch of the weather for the start of the week and ahead of the next cold front moving in thursday and friday, bringing us a small chance of showers as the front moves in. for today, though, across the sandhills, we're looking at a high temperature of 70. seventy in lillington, dunn and sanford; 71, fort bragg and fayetteville. sunny and still dry along the i- 95 corridor, 71 degrees in goldsboro; 7il 69 in raleigh; 68, durham; 68 in roxborough and henderson; 69 degrees in lewisburg. if you're heading to the state fair this afternoon, it looks nice. the temperatures around 64 degrees around lunchtime; 68 at 5; 58 degrees at 9 and gates open at 8:00 a.m. and 10 a.m. the seven-day recast has temperatures staying in the 60s for today. we're up to about 76 degrees tomorrow. eighty as we head into monday and tuesday.
our next cold front, though, will push in thursday and into friday and that will bring us a chance of a few showers with temperatures falling back into the 70s. but, a pretty nice stretch of weather continuing. it was beautiful last week with, once we finally dried out after matthew and we'll stay dry the next few days. weather nice and calm for us to clean up. >> a great day to get out there and enjoy the state fair. >> i think so.
. starting this morning, airline passengers are no longer allowed to bring the samsung galaxy note 7 smartphones onboard claims. concern over fire hazard prompted the department of transportation to take drastic action. authorities say the device's lithium ion battery can overheat and catch discontinued production of the phone. passengers who try to travel with the phones will be denied boarding. friday was a big night for tarheels basketball fans as unc gave their first look at this season's team with late-night with roy. the heels introduced the players and had a team scrimmage and went for a little crazy with a danceoff. the tar heels regular season begins november 11th at tulane. unc is also giving fans a look at the unique locker room.
display case for any sneaker head. it also pays tribute to tar heels legend michael jordan. a collection of air jordan retro shoes all fashioned in a traditional unc blue-and-white cors. the tar heels showed off the collection via twitter this week. >>and be sure to watch 60 minutes tomorrow night here on cbs north carolina. correspondent bill whitaker talks with secretary of homeland security jay johnson about the bring searing refugees into the united states. one of those strategies is the use of social media and how it's bringing one family to north carolina. that should be a really interesting story to see. >> yes. >> and we have nice weather coming in for today, right? >> pretty nice outside today. temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 this afternoon. we're warming up this week, though.
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