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a birthday to celebrate, mike woods has the forecast. >> donald trump's feud with the parents of a fallen soldier, trump's comments criticized by a growing number of top political figures on both sides of the aisle. >> police need your help finding someone who robbed a man with a knife. the victim suffered minor injuries. >> police planning to protest
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jim and his home, gracie mansion on the upper east side calling for higher salaries and more benefits and claim the mayor has a less than stellar work ethic. >> good morning, i am juliet huddy. >> i am robert moses, 6:00 on the second day of august. juliet: will we see another birthday it was great. robert: mike is here with a check of the forecast. >> meteorologist: we have a few showers out there but a little rain never hurt anybody. here we go. it is looking fairly warm. temperatures came down over the weekend, temperatures cooler
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warm in memphis, new orleans, 83 ?, but we are going to see temperatures just above what we typically see, showers and storms worth keeping an eye on. a little disturbance in that area, a few showers go to the south. will it make it here, doubtful, they will hang where they are and try to drop to the south but usually run up against the green layer which eats up the energy. some morning showers up the lower hudson vall. the weather so that gives you fair sky, not much to trigger showers and storms so they are going to fade out and drift over the higher region to the north, as you get to the lower elevation your chances at rainfall are on the minimal side not only today but tomorrow and for several days to come. you are looking at mainly sunny skies beyond today. not much happening with future cast as it stands.
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clearing and a high temperature of 80 ?. the next 5 days a high of 80 tomorrow but more sunshine not dealing with rain tomorrow or thursday or friday but the humidity is making a come back as we head to the end of the work week. let's bring in ines who is fired up. feel like monday. yesterday. a 3 day weekend. we have some hiccups out there. staten island expressway doing fine but in brooklyn a stall on the bqe so you have some slowdowns. no problems in the cross bronx. let's go to camera problems in new jersey, route 3 going westbound over the hackensack river bridge, you have an accident, you can see 3 lanes
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through. asked act delays, 495, traffic flow westbound, is now not affected by this traffic jam. as for the trains let's go to the checklist, everything on or close to schedule, street cleaning rules in effect citywide. juliet: donald trump continues to face heavy criticism over his feud with the parents of a decorated soldier who died in iraq. robert: several republicans made statements distancing themselves from trump's comments, teresa priya low hashe growing controversy. when khizr khan spoke no one expected this would generate the waves it has. >> reporter: least of all khizr khan. now we are hearing from a lot of people including military members. a new cnn poll shows hillary clinton taking the lead over donald trump benefiting a
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points, the election is still 3 months away, donald trump is turning the tide in humayun khan, killed in iraq in 2004. goldstar parents addressed the dnc last week, trump continues to sidestep the controversy, his running mate, the father of a marine addressed it directly. >> captain humayun khan is an american hero. >> reporter: the story is such a headline it is prompting a response from the vfw saying election year or not, the vfw will not tolerate anyone
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member for exercising his or her right of speech or expression. yesterday president obama made a thinly veiled reference to trump while addressing a veterans group in atlanta. >> i'm tired of some folks trash talking america's military and troops. >> reporter: trump will host a rally less than an hour from where humayun khan grew up. yesterday he took a swipe at his democratic rival. >> clinton, she is the devil. >> reporter: and clinton through her own punches yesterday while campaigning for critical swing states. >> for the life of me, i don't know why someone runs to be president of the united states who thinks and says we never win anymore, our country is full of losers. he could not be more wrong. juliet: some citing a new york times report citing trump's draft d permanence he has
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the times reports trump has dodged 5 times, four for education, one for temporary bone spurs. we certainly knew there had been draft deferments but now it is being used against him as a result of this controversy. juliet: be careful what you say on the campaign trail. thanks very much. the third richest man in the world is taking donald trump to task robert: warren buffett is challenging him to make his returns public speaking at a hillary clinton rally, saying the gop nominee is afraid. the head of berkshire hathaway challenged trump saying he will meet anyplace, anytime to compare their returns before election day. trump will not release his returns until the irs is finished auditing him. clinton has released eight years
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shot after a confrontation with police. we have cell phone video to show you. this woman races out of the front door, we will explain that. police searched for a burglar inside and around the women's home on 66th st.. gunshot was heard and the suspect ran outside. neighbors say the woman was at work when she saw someone in her child's bedroom and decided to call police and went to her office into her home. >> after gaining entry to the apartment, one officer encountered a male suspect, a struggle ensued, one shot was discharged by the officers. this was a close quarters encounter. >> he tried to escape, did not
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a block away. robert: nypd officers frustrated with the bill diblasio administration take their concerns to the mayor. juliet: members of the biggest police union are set to protest at the mayor's brooklyn jim and on the upper east side where we sent live doll and outside gracie mansion with an explanation on this story. >> reporter: very small contingent of officers s you see a few of them behind me over my shoulder. they are not saying much, the president, pat lynch, will be speaking on their behalf but they want their voices to be heard. they say the relationship between the department and the mayor is strained and they want to do what they can to make sure bill diblasio is not reelected. frustrated police officers plan to protest for weeks in front of
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brooklyn jim because bill diblasio's work ethic should be questions. most mornings the mayor travels from the upper east side to park slope for a midmorning workout at the ymca. bill diblasio defended his morning routine last week. >> why do you choose -- >> no one told me this before. this is breakdown, i can go to the gym and no one bothers me. it is the same people i'm working out with for a decade. it is like cheers but in a gym. >> reporter: some members of the nypd say that is why the mayor doesn't deserve to be reelected in 2017. most new yorkers feel the same way. the latest quinnipiac poll, bill diblasio's approval rating is 42%, 51% say he doesn't deserve a second term.
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with the police union could be a tipping point. the police benevolent association president pat lynch opposed the reelection with an independent campaign demanding more benefits from the city. a spokesperson for bill diblasio said, quote, under this mayor crime has fallen to record lows, 1300 more cops, we have invested $320 million more on officer safety, we are about this in the gym or anywhere else. the officers protesting are not on the job, they are not allowed to do that, they are coming in on their vacation time a weekends and say they will be here to make sure what they have to say is heard by the mayor. on the upper east side, juliet and robert, back to you. juliet: what is the biggest complaint about going to park slope? the manpower around him.
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late in the morning. he counters he is doing work there, pressed people doing work for him. looking through articles and memos or whatever else he has to do. he can work and work out at the same time. that is his argument. juliet: let us know what you think. robert: >> meteorologist: a little forecast as you head out the door. partly cloudy sky at central park, mix of clouds and sun and a few showers up the lower hudson valley but only around for a few hours, should be drying up later on. the average high for today is 84 ?, doesn't look like we will be that one.
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gunmac if you're just tuning in a very important birthday. ines rosales turns 23 today. juliet: she doesn't look a day over 20. we will get to her in just a second. gunmac she just got scared. >> meteorologist: some clo not so bad, 71 central park, good amount of cloud cover especially to the north with showers, a few isolated thundershowers not only upstate in new york, but in connecticut, bigger storm action in connecticut and massachusetts. in the tri-state, the lower hudson valley into connecticut, not the rest of us getting in on the rain action. it is 71 central park, same in
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disturbance rolling down this way. when it starts rolling up against long island sound or new york harbor, the ocean waters, that takes the punch out of these showers and storms, that is why we don't expect a lot to hold together but you could get light rain, most to the north, high-pressure the main weather control and won't allow much to happen in terms of showers and storms, lighter showers in the forecast but most is well north of the city but we will see more typical summertime whether in the tri-state region, mainly a mix of clouds and sun but not much going on with rainfall going today into tomorrow and tomorrow to the next day looking quite sunny and temperatures getting a chance to warm up a
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and a few showers in the mix. shouldn't be a ton of rainfall, most of it to the north and a cloudy one with lows from 50 to 67 ?. the next 7 days, if you morning showers and tomorrow mostly sunny with a high of 80, 82 is your high on thursday and by the time we get to friday and saturday highs in the above normal range with on saturday. juliet: happy birthday to you ? happy birthday to you ? happy birthday to you ? gunmac forgot to go on at first. gunmac where is the cake? ines: thanks for the love.
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delays approaching the brooklyn pbattery tunnel an accident blocking a lane and a stalled truck on the bqe. as far as your commute on long island no problems on the lie northern state or somerton southern state. look at the commute in new jersey route 3 westbound over the hackensack river bridge traffic crawling because of an accident blocking two lanes right before root 120, traffic jams bk everyone is stuck behind the brooklyn battery tunnel accident by hamilton avenue. from atlantic avenue to the brooklyn bridge you should have no problems. lincoln tunnel into the city, 15 minute delay, holland, george washington bridge 5 minutes. gunmac police would like your
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backpack thief. gunmac detective say this guy walked behind a man, put a sharp object to the man's neck and ran off with the victims backpack. it happened early last tuesday morning in harlem at the 125th st. saint nicholas avenue stop, the victim suffered minor injuries but is okay. gunmac a long island engineering firm cheating sandy victims out of money. pled guilty to is not guilty to fraud, forgery and practicing engineering without a license, project manager at high-rise engineering which is a firm hired by insurance companies to evaluate damage from sandy in 2012. he and his company illegally changed home damage inspection reports to make it look like structural damage to a home was not caused by sandy. the client will fight the charges. >> is completely innocent, he
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vindicated in court. gunmac robert: eric schneiderman has uncovered evidence of other alleged crimes and more charges could be forthcoming. high-rise engineering was one of several businesses working for insurance companies that came under scrutiny. juliet: new york state saying no to pok?mon go for sex offenders. governor cuomo has barred all registered sex offenders from playing the popular apps. a list of 3000 names will be provided to the maker of the apps was the governor made the move in response to an informal investigation by city lawmakers. they found the apps was luring young people near sex offenders's homes. robert: commercial space tourism
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robert: 6:24, let's turn to healthwatch. florida health officials issued a travel warning for pregnant women and those trying to have a child because of the growing zika outbreak. 14 people in one of miami's trendiest neighborhoods have the disease, centers for disease control say anyone who has traveled to or lives in that
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>> what we have seen his continued mosquito activity, more libel mosquitoes, adult mosquitoes and cases in the communities surveyed. because of that we advise pregnant women not to travel to this 1-mile area north of downtown miami. gunmac that is known as the winwood or -- pregnant women, tr miami's winwood area. juliet: one of the city at hospitals is number one and rising. they released a list of top health facilities for the 16th year in a row, new york presbyterian holds the top spot in 5 boroughs, the hospital has moved to number 6 in the nation. the mayo clinic is number one.
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cardiology, neurology, rheumatology, diabetes, nephrology and psychiatry, congratulations. the next stop, the edge of space. robert: the federal aviation administration, offered virgin galactic a license to fly spaceship 2 with the world's first paying tourists, not including juliet. they will be conducting test flights to see if the capable of carrying paying customers above earth. not clear when the first test flight will take place. juliet: richard branson waving to everybody. gunmac top stories from firmly on the ground when we come back. juliet: donald trump's dining etiquette, people have nothing to do but whine about stupid things.
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>> from fox 5 news this is "good day wake-up". juliet: it is gray in the tri-state area. temperatures rising to 80 but it is hot in here, her birthday. robert: at a campaign event in pennsylvania trump equated hillary clinton with lucifer as trump faces criticism for his feud with the goldstar family. juliet: getting artificial preservatives out of product, changes are being made to cater
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daily news alex rodriguez might be released before the season is over. the firesale will really be something. gunmac dick: that will mess up his home run. robert: good tuesday morning, i am robert moses. juliet: i am juliet huddy. we are celebrating in studio all the wonderful things about ines. what is your favorite happy birthday. goodness. have you had her guacamole? all right. all sorts of great things about
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bridgeport, a lot of clouds outside, showers mainly to the north, localized flooding, some of the storms on the slow side. they would be more concerned if you are over connecticut and the hudson valley toward sussex county, heavier showers coming through but a lot is making it to the city. it might flirt with you but doesn't make it to the city. we will keep an eye on things as high-pressure keep things on the quieter side morning showers, temperatures get to 77 by midday, high temperature 80, tomorrow we will make it to etienne tomorrow mainly sunny skies, pretty much be the rule wednesday, thursday into friday and humidity makes a come back starting friday. a bit of a break right now. let's bring in queen for the day, ines rosales.
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thankful for. ines: staten island expressway you are fine, a couple problems, traffic jam before the merge towards hamilton avenue there is an accident blocking the lane and then towards the lie a stalled truck by mcginnis humble blocking one lane, twards queens boulevard looks pretty good, look at situation, this is the turnpike as you get off the meadowlands, it is jammed because of an accident, two lanes, slow right off of 495 because of this accident. let's go to the trains. checklist, everything on or close to schedule, street cleaning rules in effect citywide. >> 5 days after the parents of a
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stage at the democratic national convention the fallout from that speech continues on the campaign trail. juliet: the latest on the presidential race, donald trump and all his troubles. >> reporter: good morning, there is a new poll showing hillary clinton is taking a lead over donald trump benefiting from post convention boost, up 9 points, 7 point jump sce conducted at the controversy and backlash involving the humayun khan family gaining steam, donald trump attempting to change the conversation. >> i'm not talking about a lot of people, i'm talking about people coming over from syria that aren't properly vetted. >> reporter: the issue donald trump is attempting to move past, bipartisan backlash over insult he directed at the
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after his goldstar parents addressed the dnc last week. trump continues to sidestep the controversy his running mate, the father of a marine address it directly. >> have donald trump and i both said, captain humayun khan is an american hero. >> reporter: the story has become such a headline it is prompting a response from the vfw saying election-year or not the vfw will not berating a goldstar family member for exercising his or her right of speech or expression. president obama made a thinly veiled reference to trump while addressing a veterans group in atlanta. >> reporter: >> of commander-in-chief i'm tired folks trash talking america's military and troops. >> reporter: trump will host a rally in virginia less than an hour from where humayun khan grew up. he took a swipe at his democratic rival. >> we have crooked hillary
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>> reporter: clinton through her own punches while campaigning for critical string states. >> for the life of me i don't know why someone runs to be president of the united states who thinks and says we never win anymore. our country is full of losers. he couldot reactions and continuing to push forward even when it is not politically expedient. former house speaker newt gingrich, who is an advisor to trump is quoted as saying trump's inability to back down, quote, makes him vulnerable. he calls this deeply held habit a result of operating in a very
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it. the twitter world is reacting to another potential trump flight, his choice of dinner meals. >> he tweeted a picture of himself chowing down at kfc after campaigning. the photo has not been an easy one for fans of popeyes and other fried chicken outlets. don't we have other things to worry about? others are upset that donald trump was eating food known as finger licking food with a knife and forth. we are going to worry whether he eats his pizza or fork. juliet: when it is hot, it is hot. robert: a trio of cops in trouble. juliet: it was supposed to be a romantic thing, he wanted to do something unique when he proposed to his girlfriend. this video which went viral shows 3 uniformed officers from
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drugs. when they popped the trunk, it is a proposal. there are balloons, flowers and a ring. he got on his knee and proposed, his young lady accepted, the request came from a member of the jewish security patrol. the nypd is embroiled in a scandal involving alleged bribes by members of the jewish orthodox community so officials are investigating this. >> don't determine what happened, it was an off-duty incident. with department equipment involved? we want that information at this time. they could face discipline if it is found their behavior was inappropriate. juliet: the investigation has been referred to the local precinct so hopefully they don't get in any trouble, just bad
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have good relations with the community. robert: this engenders goodwill but the timing is inopportune. juliet: they i'm sure feel terrible these police officers might get in trouble. just say we don't do that anymore. we mean business here at fox. robert: adam shapiro tells us how mcdonald's is now catering to the more health c >> reporter: two all beef patties, pickles, sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun. mcdonald's will remove all artificial preservatives and chicken nuggets, breakfast sausage patties and all the egg dishes, they serve to billion eggs a year. no artificial preservatives, just the real stuff and high
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with hindsight -- high fructose corn syrup, in september they will use sucrose which is table sugar. they are moving in that direction. they will complete the transition to antibiotic free chicken by 2017 and cage free eggs. imagine bringing that home. they will make that milestone by 2025 and breakfast sandwiches no more margarine, real butter. and for donald trump worse than having greece, why give him grief for using a knife and fork. juliet: do we have nothing better to do than attack one for their choice of eating utensils or not? robert: you can criticize political candidates for many things but leave them alone for a knife and fork. you use a knife and fork for pizza?
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juliet: the initial phases of the pizza as it burns the roof of my mouth. with the next few stages i pick it up. >> you have hit and third rail. juliet: i love this third rail comment. a juliet: it is brilliant actually. it is what a great journalist is. just a little here and there. robert: don't want to hear too much. >> meteorologist: time to do what you got to do tuesday
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showers and storms as you head up the lower hudson valley and plces like orange county, rockland, putnam county, some showers rolling through so just be aware of that, showers will fade, clouds will hang out and as we head into later in the week we will keep sunny skies or bring them back altogether but that means temperatures are going up and humidity will be going up as well. it is not so let's see what ines has got on tuesday morning. >> route 3 westbound, an accident blocking 3 lanes causing delays westbound, eastbound not affected by that. staten island especially fine towards brooklyn on the verrazano but bqe is slowed by
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minutes inbound as you approach the george washington bridge a 5-minute delay. what is going on over there? >> reporter: i am at the billie jean king national tennis center in arthur ashe stadium under the brand-new retractable roof, the first u.s. open the roof will be fully functioning. i have all the details coming up in sports. robert: the latest and entertaining news. juliet: hollywood hunk channing tatum will make a splash in his next role. we will explain.
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le up on delicious with two egg & cheese wake up wraps for $2. america runs on dunkin'. robert: let's check the headlines. the nypd searching for this man who put a sharp object to the back of a man's neck and took his backpack. it happened in a harlem subway station. juliet: a burglary suspect shot by police in queens, the suspect
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no one else was injured. robert: new york police turning their backs on bill diblasio, they plan to protest outside gracie mansion and that his health club, the ymca. the patrolman benevolent association is demanding a pay raise and more benefits and members say they will fight his reelection. juliet: most of the news this year and today is who is staying and who has gone. robert: the subway series has lost steam given the fact these two teams have not had the best of seasons. let's get to the game, went to extra innings, 6-5 lead, met had a man on third, got the final two batters including curtis granderson, swings and misses, yankees win 6-5, they will meet again, renew pleasantries at city field. juliet: alex rodriguez did not get off the bench and he could
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a-rod might be released before the series is over. they have started shedding salaries, earns $21 million, he will earn this season and next season, the designated hitter is four homers from 700 and his career. robert: yankees fans noticed carlos beltran was not on the field last night, he is a texas ranger, played for the houston astros many years ago, yank leader and homer has led west for pitching prospects. ivan nova was part of the firesale, he heads to pittsburgh. juliet: the mets hope they have a cure for offensive struggles, jay bruce from cincinnati joining the team tonight, they gave up two minor leaguers including second baseman of the future herrera and brought back
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ascending aztec -- antonio to the pittsburgh post. tennis returning to queens in a few weeks, the u.s. open will be bigger and better and in so many ways. juliet: robert: the billie jean king center has undergone a massive renovation. let's look up, live this morning a preview specifically with a look at the beautiful new roof. >> reporter: this is a game changer for the u.s. open starts on august 29th in flushing, queens at the billie jean king tennis center. we are now under the big, beautiful, steel, retractable roof and it is closed as we take a look at it. this is 12 years of planning, three years of construction,
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tennis facility. what this will be doing is will protect 23,000 fans that will be sitting through the arthur asked contribution but it protects the matches and the tennis players that will be participating and facing off to win the u.s. open championship. in previous years rain has wreaked havoc on the u.s. open delaying matters, causing delays, they had to stop mch or two to the tournament. the loser is the rain, they have specialized weather forecasters on hand at the tennis center, they can predict rain when it is 20 or 30 minutes, it comes down to the tournament reverie. it only takes 5 to 7 minutes to
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roof has to remain closed until the completion of that particular match. then if the sun comes out and the weather clears, they can open the roof again to a beautiful new york night and tennis will continue. later throughout "good day new york," event coordinators will talk about details that went into this incredible facility and it is not just the retractable roof that will be overhaul of the grounds at flushing meadows as well as a new grandstand which at 8000 seats and even a new walkway will alleviate crowds getting from each venue to venue. so much new here, half $1 billion overhaul. it will be an incredible 2016 u.s. open tennis and that starts august 29th through september 11th. reporting live from the billie
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center, back to studio. >> the weather may not be relevant there because we have the roof but it is relevant to many people and you are extremely relevant. what is going on today? >> meteorologist: you don't want to get caught without what you need. showers and storms out there, look ali there were more at the lower hudson valley, most of it over connecticut and big showers and storms over long island sound. we no longer have flood advisories but we had a few around portions of ulster county toward sullivan county but they have come down. localized flooding in connecticut, everyone knows it is quiet, cloudy sky, 71 ?, fairly warm, there are the storms trying to work their way to the south but i don't think much makes it in long island, some of it will end in the city
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jersey. we will keep an eye on things but generally those storms fade. 71 the current temperature in central park and bridgeport, 66 in poughkeepsie, the disturbance continues to roll to the southeast. more showers with it, some of it has a decent amount of rain but it doesn't stick around long. mainly a morning rain event, high temperature 80 this afternoon, stays dry and next chance of showers next weekend when more storms are possible, live interactive radar on the myfoxny.com weather apps, it is free. we will be back in just a little bit. how can this have been washed 12 weeks ago and still smell
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rosanna: "good day new york." august 2. i am rosanna scotto. greg: note type. just trying something new. they are pointless. they're probably going to make me put one on him a couple of minutes. mike: showers to the north. trying to hold it together, but they are probably not going to rosanna: double trump on another rant about hillary clinton. this time he is calling her the devil. >> the latest poll shows her with a nine-point lead. >> new york cops upset with mayor deblasio.

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