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because it is a fatal crash there is an investigation going on. north of this accident is your accident, state route 62. i will take you across the bay, get you bridge drive times and have your interstate drive times coming up. your news. your community. we are putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news this morning" at six. good monday morning. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i am ian reitz. every year we see stories of people who take dressing up too far. >> emerald morrow is live in pinellas park. there are some costumes that are never okay? >> reporter: allison, that's right. you know, a lot of people say these days anything you do, almost anything you do is likely to offend someone, but you have got to take these types of incidents very, very seriously because you never know how you might be hurting
to. now, there are definitely some costumes that you want to stay away from. take this incident and this video for example. this lady from a pennsylvania college thought it was funny to darken her skin to mock black people. it's an example of what is called black face, which is a practice of white entertainers blackening their skin to perform stereotypes of african- americans as a form entertainment. then this, a pair dressed as twin towers to represent the bodies that jumped out of the burning building. all of these are terrible ideas. experts say those types of costumes as well as those that evoke pain from a racial standpoint are ones to stay away from. >> it's a painful reminder and ugly part of history. not saying we shouldn't talk about it, but to have it again
to raise all kinds of ways of thinking about history. >> reporter: there is no harm in asking and making sure to be 100% okay. so before you go out tonight you just want to make sure that you take the time, make sure that you are wearing something that is not going to hurt or offend anyone else. >> one celebrity is for a costume. on twitter people accused her of being racist and out of touch because of the recent pipeline protest. duff said she is sorry she offended people. it was not properly thought through and she apologized. with eight days to go until the election a major shake-up in the presidential race. the fbi obtained a warrant to begin searching through
emails. the latest on what's happening today on the campaign trail. >> reporter: as hillary clinton tried to move past the latest chapter into her email scandals. >> i am not stopping now. we are just getting warmed up, right? >> reporter: donald trump thanked the disgraced former new york congressman at the center of the investigation. >> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> reporter: mike pence praised fbi director james comey for alerting congre newly discovered emails last week against the wishes of attorney general loretty lynch. >> it's demonstrated real integrity. >> reporter: sunday democrats, including clinton's running mate tim kaine, blasted comey for penning the letter. >> that's not what the letter says. it was so confusing that it was hard to know what it said. >> reporter: senate minority leader harry reid went a step
breaking theler. in a letter he wrote, i am writing to inform you that my office has determined that these actions may violate the hatch act which bars fbi officials from using their official authority to influence an election. despite the fbi announcement many democratic voters say their minds are already made up. >> we just love that she fights for women. >> it's nothing to the craziness level of trump. >> reporter: 5% of democrats support clinton now. hena daniels, cbs news. >> we have learned that clinton and her husband will be in the tampa bay area tomorrow. trump's running mate indiana governor mike pence is going to be in the bay area today at the clearwater aviation center. americans using obamacare may have fewer health insurance choices next year. an analysis found people in a third of u.s. counties will
the country's uninsured rate has dropped to historic lows. as you get ready to make travel plans for the holidays, lawmakers are trying to make your next flight a bit more comfortable. they filed a part son bill requiring the faa to establish minimum seat sizes for planes to give you a comfier and safer ride. >> if people can't an airplane in an emergency condition, they lose their lives. >> here is something you may not realize. seating has gotten tighter in the last 45 years. in -- to learn more about the proposal we have the information for you on your website and 10news app. time is six minutes after the our. bill cosby heads back to court this week.
his sexual assault case. tomorrow prosecutors will ask the judge to allow 12 other women to testify about their encounters with cosby. the defense says cosby is blind and cannot recognize his accusers. thousands are out of their homes this morning. this earthquake happened sunday in a mountainous area in central italy. there not been any reports of deaths from the powerful 6.6 quake. many people fear more quakes and there have been powerful aftershocks since the deadly earthquake over the summer including some last week. this is a parent's worst nightmare. a 3-year-old is recovering after a tv fell on top of them. it happened in the hudson estates neighborhood. the child was taken to bayfront medical center. this so much more common than you think.
in 2010. there were 20,000 emergency room visits from falling it was. there are three things to do to prevent this from happening to your child. keep toys or anything a child might grab from the top of the tv. move the tv away from the edge of furniture, and anchor your tv to the ground or wall. a frustrating morning for bucs fans after another loss at home. this one, if you watched it, was a close game. it went into overtime tied at 24. both had several opportunities to score, but the ra up with the touchdown winning 30-24. the bucs are 0-3 at home. they have a chance to redeem themselves at ray jay thursday night this week when they take on the falcons. back to cleveland for the cubs and indians. game 5 in chicago sunday night as a close one. closer chapman known for throwing 100 miles an hour
game. the nfl may be the no-hug league. what happened to a player that has a lot of people talking. after the break a scary incident. an accident outside of a nascar race sent several people to the hospital. an infuriating story out of l.a. this morning. a little boy locked in the closet for three years by his mother, and now she has been arrested. this information and questions from you on our facebook page. at 6:30 i am looking into the questions that you have and we are getting justice for this little boy. good morning. 6:08. here is your bridge update. the howard frankland bridge is definitely our bridge that's picking up the most between hillsborough and pinellas county. the northbound lanes the traffic coming at the camera we are seeing pick up a little bit. drive time is six minutes.
across the bay. it's very quite here. drive time is 17 minutes from pinellas point drive to 75 in manatee county. off to a great start heading out the door this morning. not feeling too fall-ish. i am tracking a front that's going to be bringing big changes to the temperatures. what to expect today for trick- or-treating and a look ahead to the weekend. first a check of stormtracker
three of them. right now an investigation is underway in virginia after somebody hit 22 people after a nascar race at martinsville speedway. nine people were taken to the hospital. they are expected to be okay. police say the driver was in the handicapped parking area and tried to pass another driver while waiting in traffic. that's when the driver hit the other car and a crowd of people walking. >> i felt the wind behind me and then i heard screams. >> witnesses say the dr police don't believe alcohol played a factor in the crash. an investigation is underway this morning into a crazy crash out of north carolina. 17 people recovering after a woman drove into a church van. troopers say the victims range in age from 1-month-old to 90 years old. the woman is facing several charges today. they believe she was driving under the influence. a lot of people are talking about what happened during an nfl game over the weekend. we want you to take a look at
during the saints and seahawks game earl thomas returns a fumble 34 yards for a touchdown. you see that right there. part of the celebration he hugs a side judge. as you know, any kind of excessive celebration is a no- no, but this drew a penalty flag for unsportsmanlike conduct. >> do you think he meant to hug him? >> i read an interview and i think he was caught up in the moment. he said, man, my hometown is seeing me make th so i think he kind of got caught up in the moment from what he is saying, so i don't know. i don't know if it was intentional about hugging. he is saying, i am from here. this is an exciting experience being a hometown kid playing here. >> i react to it when you see him hug him. >> you don't expect that to happen because, you know, you're not supposed to. so a lot of folks talking about it. the final score saints won. let's get over to road warrior hilary zalla this morning keeping an eye on the
how we doing? >> it is halloween and we have a little bit of a weird situation. someone is throwing rocks at cars. this is happening on benjamin road north of fly avenue. be careful. police are aware of the situation. they are taking care of it. that is an area that you want to watch out for that. i will keep you updated once they get that situation under control. yeah, not that funny. so going live to sky 10, the hot spots that the next couple of minutes. this is one of them. i-4 in tampa west of i-75. notice the westbound lanes. that's where we're picking up as you head out the door. your drive time along i-4 in tampa is 9 minutes from right here at 75 over to the downtown
brake lights. it is that time where we're going to pick up. make sure you give yourself a little extra time. back to the maps as you head out the door, in pinellas county these are your hot spots. dandy boulevard before the bridge 21 miles per hour. as you pass mlk and 4th streets. and u.s. 19 as you travel north there near ulmerton road down to 22 miles per hour there. polk county quiet all morning long. we had an accident in davenport. that has cleared. speeds good on polk parkway. in manatee county this is the biggest accident of the morning. a fatal crash that happened at 2:00. state road 64 in myakka close:if you have problems, send me an email. i am your road warrior and i will help you with any traffic safety issues. email me at email@example.com. a warm start this morning. i want to give drivers in parts of pasco, hernando and citrus counties a heads up. visibilities down less than half a mile. take that slow if you are moving on i-75. north of the bay area around tampa bay we are doing just fine in terms of that visibility. but if you are to the north you
we're seeing. it has reached the ground reducing that visibility out there. so for the next few hours do be safe. this is wesley chapel right now. we have reduced that visibility a little bit. not the worst areas there, but back up near inverness it's certainly a good big thickner the brooksville area. 68 in tampa. 66 degrees in clearwater. so our temperatures, everybody's pretty tightly clustered. we are seeing a lot of mid-60s out there. a little bit warmer for the bay area but still breezy, so with those gustier winds, that's why we're gonna allow that fog to lift out quickly here. since things settled down a little bit in our inland spots we are getting some of that fog east of i-75. futurecast gets a lot of sunshine throughout the day today. no worries there. notice not a drop of rain in our forecast. we are looking great for today. but a little bit on the warm side, especially since, yeah, it is halloween.
like that. very florida-ish. 87 coming up for your afternoon high. it's gonna feel close to 87. it's to not so humid that there is much of a heat index, so no worries. you can definitely leave the jackets and sweaters home tonight. expecting temperatures around the 80-degree mark. we will probably fall back into the upper 70s by the time things are winding down. now to talk about that cool air. here's our jet thursday, friday we're gonna see that being pushed down and that's gonna drive through a frontal boundary that will drop the temperatures for weekend. we are looking great for the st. pete wine festival for saturday. still a little breezy, but it's gonna be a gorgeous weekend out there with temperatures again in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees both days, and it's possible that overnight sunday we are actually going to see those temperatures dropping down into the upper 50s on
once we get that front in. ahead of its warm. this front's gonna come through largely dry. only a 10% chance of showers thursday into friday. you can get updates on the road. duv on 105. 5 fm, on sarasota talk-radio 106.9 fm and 10 weather in spanish on maxima 92.5. well holidays here this can be a stressful time of year for a lot of you. >> so this week we're gonna ways to handle the overwhelming season. take us with you on the go. if you are out and about on the weekend stay connected with news, breaking news, traffic and weather with the 10news app and also wtsp.com. live outside this morning. checking out downtown st. pete on this very comfortable start to your work week. hopefully you are having a great start to your monday. you're watching "10news this
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so you can find something else to not love. you probably have heard the music, spotted the twinkling lights, not so subtle reminders that christmas is around the corner. for a lot of us, joy and stress go hand in hand. >> feeling overwhelmed doesn't have to be a part of holiday tradition. >> reporter: the holidays. a time of fellowship, food, and stress. >> i think that a lot of people put undue pressure on themselves. >> reporter: she runs a popular money and stress management blog. >> people seem to be really, really stressed out. >> reporter: the number one cause? >> money i am about to lose. >> reporter: when we break down
last year the average person spent about $1,800 on christmas alone. >> i think that there is just this underlying theme that you have to spend a lot of money during the holidays and that is not what it's about at all. >> reporter: these tips can help. number one, budget. >> i would consider the holidays as thanksgiving, christmas and new year's. >> reporter: if your budget for the entire season is $2,000, let's say, besides now how much you are willing to spend on each one and don't so christmas is way more exciting. >> reporter: which brings us to number two. manage expectations. >> there is times when you can have some honest conversations with your kids. try to involve them in the process a little bit to let them know exactly what you can do financially. >> reporter: you can also think outside the present box and head to a website like pinterest. >> it is a great way to do things low cost. items that people really love
your meals, then collect coupons and shop over time. >> if you have some favorites, put little side dishes and appetizers, if you buy those ingredients the week of, you will find great deals on those. >> reporter: finally, remind yourself over and over if you have to what this time of year is really about. >> this is supposed to be the time that we get together with family and friends. people we don't see very often. itul occasion. >> reporter: after all, no one wants to spend the holidays with a screwing. wishing you a joyful and stress- free holiday season. >> as the story started ashley was like, i think stress and joy goes hand in hand. >> christmas lasts like four months now. >> it does seem to start earlier. but the big thing is just plan. i mean, even though when you are trying to plan, it doesn't always work out.
>> you try. >> you be like, i did what i can. >> exactly. so there are some -- in tampa, sorry, there is rocks being thrown. >> yeah. >> we are aware this is happening on benjamin road in hillsborough county. i will tell you the specific area coming up. in the tampa bay just fine. patchy fog along and east of i- 75 there are poor visibilities. and big changes arriving this weekend that will make it feel a little bit more fall-ish. not christmasy, but fallish. all right. so it's monday. how woo like to get out of the office -- how would you like to get out of the office? >> a meeting being called a breath of fresh air. live outside this morning to clearwater on this very calm start to your monday morning. about 68 degrees at the bottom
80s possibly heading our way later this afternoon. if you are sick of the summer- like weather, we have a cold front i am tracking. i will let you know when it moves through in a few minutes. here are the hot spots at 6:30 on your monday morning. i am road warrior hilary zalla. there is a disabled vehicle in the northbound direction blocking the right lane at university parkway, and the hillsborough county sheriff's office is right now looking for the people who were throwing rocks at road just north of fly avenue. you might see some officers driving around in that area. coming up in less than ten minutes i will have your interstate drive times and a look at your bridges. good morning. it's monday, october 31. i am allison kropff. >> i am ian reitz. this is your eye opener. a look at today's top stories at 6:30. >> a lot of noise and distractions, but it comes down to what kind of future we want and who as our president can help us get there. >> hillary clinton's emails under scrutiny once again.
look through thousands of newly discovered emails. another earthquake rattled central italy leaving thousands homeless. this comes after a massive earthquake in august that killed nearly 300 people. he's there and he gets it. >> it's not over yet. the world series will be back in cleveland tuesday night for game 6. right now the indians lead the series to get answers about a story that thousands of you are sharing on facebook. the mother of an 11-year-old boy is behind bars charged with locking her son in a closet for three years. the boy's body was discovered inside the closet in the family's home. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live this morning. everyone sharing this story, sarah, wants to know how that family was investigated six times. >> reporter: every single one of us wants justice this morning, and that is the big
facebook. lots of you saying, one, how did this happen, and two, why was that mother not arrested before it got to this point? this morning we are looking for answers as well. the cbs station in los angeles, they have found out that there is now an internal investigation with dcf to try to figure out what happened and how they failed this little boy. just take a look at his sweet face. this is yonatan daniel aguilar. police found him dead in bedroom closet of his family's los angeles home in august. new information shows that they were investigated not once, not twice, but six times for neglect and abuse. he was sedated and locked in the closet for three years by his another veronica. the stepbrother did not know he was kept there. our cbs affiliate in los angeles found out two teachers at the boy's school reported a
also that he had symptoms of severe neglect and every single time that dcf investigated and dropped the ways, by 2012 yonatan was off the radar. since dcf never confirmed any abuse, they tell us they had no reason to ask any questions or to investigate further. now, the big question that a lot of you are also asking us on facebook this morning is why didn't that boy's stepfather ever know that he was locked in that closet? how could he have years without noticing that that boy was there? >> just makes you angry. what's more disturbing is who did know about the abuse? >> reporter: yeah. she had three teenage children that slept in the exact same room that this boy was being held in the closet. they knew about the abuse, according to police officers in los angeles, and they didn't tell anyone simply because they were too afraid of their mother. we are working to get justice for this little boy and we will absolutely keep you posted on
investigation. >> all right. thank you. with only eight days to go there is a major shake-up in the presidential race between hillary clinton and donald trump. the fbi has obtained a warrant to begin looking through thousands of newly discovered emails. some of which could be related to the investigation into clinton's use of a private email server. the emails were found on the laptop of clinton aide huma abedin and allegedly shared with her estranged husband former new york congressman anthony weiner. >> we never going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> i am not stopping now. we are just getting warmed up. >> in the latest cbs news poll 5% of democrats say they are less likely to support clinton. hillary clinton and bill clinton will be in the bay area tomorrow. a developing story to tell you about out of largo this morning. overnight crews removed a semi-
night at 11:00. it was at indian rocks road and adrian avenue. here's what we know. the video from the scene last night as you look at this largo police say the driver was pulled from the water after blowing through a stop sign at a deadened narrowly missing two homes. largo police suspect alcohol may have been a factor saying the driver showed signs of impairment. while emergency crews were on scene, a second drive sped through. that driver was arrested for dui. a search is rw pinellas county this morning. a florida highway patrol says a man ran away after causing a crash near roosevelt boulevard and u.s. 19 sunday morning. a trooper was trying to stop him for do 90 in a 55-mile-per- hour zone. it set off a chain-reaction crash. he was able to run away. take a look at your screen. this is the trooper -- or the
looking for. that's him in the white tank top. they say he ran through the parking lot of the car max off roosevelt and into a nearby hotel where he was caught in this surveillance video. deputies used helicopters and k- 9s to search but couldn't find him. if you know anything, get in touch with florida highway patrol order crime stoppers. people are trying to figure out why a man broke into a holocaust museum. nothing was stolen or broken, but he was inside for several minutes. police got a look at him kicking and breaking an electronic security panel before he went inside the panel. security measures kept him from getting past a delivery area. he was arrested and released on bond. office workers in london got tired of sitting behind their desks all day, so they did something else. they have a walk and talk program to get their creative juices going and heart rates
link that it's a much more productive session when they walk around the block. >> managers started the program eight months ago and they want to continue saying it's a positive direction for workflow and health. >> cool idea, especially here in florida where it's cooling off. >> summer, we'd have to talk about that one. good news if you have to fill up your gas tank this morning. gas prices continue to go down towards the christmas. the reason is the declining demand for prices are still 13 cents higher than last year. nationwide the average is 2.21 a gallon. in florida we are 2.23. in the tampa bay area in that same ballpark at 2.22. so it's halloween. if you are looking for something good to do tonight, this may be interesting for you. it is fright night at saint armon's circle in sarasota. decorated storefronts and frightening characters around every corner, trick-or-treating for kids, and the high school
at 8:00. other option if you are looking to take the ghosts and goblins trick or treating. a halloween celebration from five to seven. if you are one of the first to stop by in the food court you get a goodie bag before this begins. details for ya on this and other trick-or-treating events on wtsp.com and of course on the 10news app. so halloween may not be a holiday like thanksgiving or christmas, but many people, >> yeah. the national retail federation says we will spend $8.5 billion on halloween. that's almost $83 a person. more than $3 billion is on costumes. $2.5billion is spent on candy. >> i believe it. you see the elaborate costumes. you may see something a little bit scary on your news needed to. how facebook is celebrating halloween. also pet safety. putting a plan in place to keep
good morning. it is 6:42 on your monday and happy halloween to everyone. if you are about to head out the door for your morning commute, our slowest bridge is the howard frankland bridge. you can see you're down to 29 miles per hour there right as you get off that kennedy airport exit and you're backed up just a little bit, but your drive time isn't that delayed. it is taking you six minutes to the gandy is at five minutes and the courtney campbell cause way at seven. so far so good this morning for the tampa bay area. heads up. we are seeing a little bit of dense fog along the i-75 corridor in parts of pasco, hernando and citrus counties. in the bay area your commute should be smooth. want to make you aware if you are traveling north of tampa bay. moderate ranges for the
northeast winds about 10 to 15 knots throughout the day today. those actually pick up later in the week as our next cold front moves in. we will talk about the timing of that front coming up in five minutes. 6:43 is the time on this monday morning. good reminder this halloween to be mindful about the costume that you dress up in. for example, the creepy clown craze has a lot of people on edge. you may want to think twice about dressing up president barack obama that appeared to have a noose around his next. experts say use common sense when dressing up and if you have questions about the costume, you may not want to use it. a disturbing story out of los angeles where a boy had been locked in a closet for three years. he was last seen publicly in 2012. his mother, who you see right here, told everyone she had sent the boy to an institution
family reported to dcf six times for possible abuse and neglect. she pled not guilty to murder. and just over a week until election day. hillary and bill clinton will be in the bay area tomorrow campaigning. the fbi obtained a warrant to look through newly discovered emails. this could be related to the now closed investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state. the emails were found on the laptop of top clinton aide huma abedin allegedly shared with congressman anthony weiner. those are some of your top stories this monday morning. 6:44 is the time. here is a check on morning sports. >> happy monday. i am ryan bass. tonight in 10sports lets ease the wounds a little bit. taking a look back on the bucs last loss to the raiders. what went wrong and what needs to be picked thursday night.
that high-powered matt ryan-led offense is coming up tonight on 10sports. you are probably getting the house ready for trick-or- treater tonight. you may want to make sure there is a safety plan in place for your cat or dog. >> yeah, something to keep in mind. trick-or-treater could send your pets running out the front door. it's not unusual to see pet owners looking for their animals around that time of year. >> having your festivities, if there is a paor trick-or-treater over, get your pet out for exercise. that will take care of any anxieties and nervousness. >> watch for any candy that may have been dropped on the ground. you may have noticed something a little bit different on your facebook feed this morning. it's cool but it also has some
it's strange. facebook is having a little fun with halloween and the emojis this year. you might have noticed it when you went to like something this morning. there is a pumpkin that's replacing the angry face, frankenstein instead of a sad ways, a win for the laughing face and a ghost instead of the wow emoji. the reactions were introduced sunday with halloween-themed face filters for the live video. we should have checked this out. so the reactions are retroactive. so if you week ago, it now appears as frankenstein. so that gets kind of strange had you are reacting to certain stories. a couple of stories in this article where some are fine. photos of when halloween was a terrifying halloween and you do a laughing face and it makes sense. other stories talk about an alleged gunman, posting live videos, and then it gets odd. it seems a little strange when you are seeing that. so the idea is great, and it's
different emojis, but it's a little strange. >> you said this is a one-day- only thing? >> yeah, it will go away once halloween is over. something you're saying, i don't know. >> maybe it didn't quite go as they were hoping. >> exactly. yeah. it is monday morning. back to work. back to school for a lot of the folks. how are we doing on the roads? >> a lot of you have had questions about the rock- throwing situation. that has been rocks were being thrown east of the veterans expressway earlier near -- along benjamin road. that has been taken care of. in hillsborough county here are the hot spots. i-4 down to 19 miles an hour. i checked the drive time between 75 and 275. it's taking you about 12 minutes. usually, that drive time is 9 minutes. live to sky 10 on i-4 at branch
corridor. your five minutes delayed between polk parkway and 75. that's the i-4 corridor west into tampa from polk county. back to our maps. if you are traveling in sarasota county along i-75, watch out right here university parkway. there is a disabled vehicle in the northbound lanes. the right lane is blocked there. north of there in manatee county, this hit-and-run fatal crash that happened at 2 a.m. on state road 64 just cleared. so state roa at taylor road there in myakka city. and in pinellas county east lake road is now slow as you head south near keystone road. you're down to 27 miles per hour. u.s. 19 is still in the green. so a great time to get out of the door. polk county the hottest spot is polk parkway as you travel near bartow road. i-4 near parkway east and west is in the green. if you have any problems, send me an email.
will help you with any traffic safety issues. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. off to a great start this morning. no issues for the bay area. a heads up if you are traveling into the nature coast especially along i-75 this may not be what you are seeing and you may encounters issues with low visibility over the next couple of hours. a couple of reports down to a half a mile near brooksville, over into parts of dade city there. definitely seeing some of that reduction in how 65 in clearwater. very comfortable 72 in st. pete. 68 folks in tampa. you're looking great. and 69 degrees right now in sarasota. so all across the board those numbers are looking good. here is the area where we have seen the fog settle in. along i-75 there into eastern pasco, but especially up into hernando and citrus we are seeing the low visibilities. not an issue for the tampa bay
pavement. it's looking great for this morning's workouts. get it in early because we rapidly warm up as we head through the afternoon. so go ahead and get it done. you don't have to worry about it the whole rest of the day and you can have a few extra pieces of your kids' halloween candy tonight. it's a win, win, win for everybody. everybody gets the nice weather today. a little bit breezy at times. keep that in mind if you are assembling any intricate hairdos for costumes, anything like that, that the winds wi make sure that's sprayed in. leave the rain gear and coats and sweaters at home. you will not be needing those. look how warm through the lunch hour. already near 80 degrees and then this afternoon we'll peak around 86-87 around the bay area. pretty consistent temperatures. overnight tonight those temperatures will be falling once again back into the mid- 60s. and that's thanks to dew points that are still hanging out
in here, no big changes. we will top out in the mid-80s during the afternoon, and then fall into the 60s during the overnight timeframe. we do change up that forecast as we look ahead to next weekend. so starting thursday slight chance we could see an isolated passing shower. not really a big deal. that may go up to 20% for the inland spots friday evening. then look what we have in store for the weekend. highs mere 80 degrees. hey, if yoe dose of fall that you have been missing, sunday morning plan on getting some time outside. we will be dropping into the upper 50s. make sure you check out our 10weather partners with our newspaper partners in the "tampa bay times" and in polk county it's in your copy of "the ledger." the food and winefest this weekend. that is a perfect, perfect forecast. coming up a special presentation for one of our 10news schools of the week powered by duke energy florida. going live outside to
6:55 on this monday morning. exciting video to share with ya. every week we present a school of energy florida. we made this happen friday. congratulations to the spartans. looks like they had a great time. >> yeah, we had so much fun at their school. congrats. >> you were busy this weekend? >> yeah, this is gonna sound strange, but i was a judge in a drum competition for the drum bash 10.0. >> when i think of drums, i think of you. >> did you drum? >> no. >> all these kids right here, they were awesome.
they are known around the world. they are fantastic. the kids were so impressed. this is the winner, that girl right there. she put on a show. we are gonna see her in concert one day. >> she is 13? >> yeah. >> and the youngest was 7. >> wow. >> i didn't know what to expect. >> you were describing this as we were getting ready. it sounded like this was just, i mean quite the production? >> it was a production. there were lights. thpu they performed. it was so fun. really cool. thanks for letting me be a part of it. congratulations to everybody. they all did great go very, very cool. i want to take you to hillsborough county. we are seeing those delays. so it's 75 southbound our hottest spot taking you 23 minutes from state road 56 to the sell bran expressway -- selman expressway. so get out the door early if you can. no issues around the bay area. i want to give you a heads up if you are traveling in parts
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