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cold cloud top indicates the storm to intensify. there has been a change to the watches and warnings. because it is so big and likely come along the east coast. >> there could be wind gusts around tampa bay as the storm goes by even from the southwest behind it that could be stronger than 39 miles an hour. a watch not a warning. >> and because on the east coast >> and on land and wind speeds between 120 and 140 miles an hour on the coast. the worst-case scenario is the
coast. >> as of 5:00 22.5 north and 75 west a category 3 and cause problems and the and can you see the track pretty much scrapes the east coast. >> and at shift will be a difference for the coast. if ts or the center is on the coast line they will experience the winds 1:15 to 1 -- 115 to 125 from stuart along 95 and a 1
northeast wind huge damage. if it shifts off the coast it is awful but it is better. if it goes to the west 50 miles more population dealing with the winds. literally are you talking 5, 10, 15-mile shift will make all the difference in the world and then, you know the parallels the coast up by charleston. i posted last night are you buzzing about this -- you're buzzing about this. and a the gfs doing a swing and coming back. let's not worry about that today. it is eight days down the road and quite often eight days later it will get us. it probably won't. it is sitting out here and moving away. don't concern it with the storm
about the loss of life in the short term, that's the big issue. it is looking at the potential of turning here monday at 2:00 will it got go here and hit us, probably not. it is not impossible and the european run this afternoon sits it here and shoots it northea and back out to sea. we'll worry about that next let's worry about the potential loss of life that's how bad it could be along the east coast. models along the coast. they are just off the coast. and don't worry. they are not very good. i don't think the storm will cut across the state and head for florida and back out to see and spins here.
it extends arcs back over us that's why it is shifting to the west. >> let's talk about the potential. su95 in daytona and not we live through that with hermine. we'll say our prayers on the east coast dealing with 76, 95, 123 earlier in vero will they verify, that's a expire model if the shift is here it is a 50 and this a 60.
this is a sense of how things could play out in the next 24 to 36 hours. here is another look at the speeds as the storm goes up the coast. 100 in vero 90 in saint cloud and our winds will be west southwest at 22. and we had live in this town and that con. here you go, you know the gusts in polk and highlands could be 40 and 60. rain will not be a big deal the problem is back over here so 40 to 60 and gusts we'll go 30 to
and every person will know that there is a hurricane east of us. we can manage with this. will there be outages? yes you knock down a tree and the good news we had winds this strong so a lot of stuff that was going to fall we have done that. it could be sporadic and 34 the potential get 80 and 90 along the coast. and it is a lot to digest. every moment counts. we'll fine tune the forecast for the the east coast. we'll see you at 5:15. we have closings to tell you about, polk and highland county schools closed tomorrow and friday.
friday as well. and ken suarez ise at the emergency operation center. what is the message there. >> and it was slammed before when charlie, it was a mess. experts hope it will not be like that, you have to prepare, you prepare at this level and the situation is only at this level are you folks around here are doing spenthe morning working the phones. >> they were go aal willnerablere alth dartment in bartow at 8 a.m. they will arrange transportation or need a higher level of care, a way to ride out the storm at hospital. officials are saying if you live in a mobile home and think it
>> living in this home is not very safe. we'll go to my ex-wife's. >> with your current wife? >> they're best friends. >> they are not blowing that off. they had gas and plas tim covers over the >> and that has it. the other thing we went to publix for lunch talking to the girl there. >> she said i had to be called in because so many people are getting water f are you going to do it. do it later. >> keep us updated. >> and south florida people are filling up their kaeufrpbgs and that is what to fuel generators when the power is out. and fort lauderdale this is the
everyone is just in line to fill their tank. and leave the generators and grills outside, do not use them in doors. >> and as you may imagine the items like water and batteries gone in a matter of hours. and stores restocking before it hits. >> the mission he in clearwaterd check out the coast guard photos from the over haiti. crews are working to keep other planes ready to go and urging boaters to take care of the emergencies out on the water. >> if you can postpone your plans do that. we'll be busy doing other stuff that would hp us out. >> and it could get crowded around the air station. they will be moving planes to clearwater. they are struggling to reach the
not clear yet the extent of the death and struck. and kimberly kuizon reports it will be headed to haiti from venice. >> in the hanger there is concern growing. >> hurry up and wait game. >> the pilot has been checking facebook for any information about haiti. >> it comes down. >> and those he helps. >> his phone has been silent. theyly struggling in haiti. now he is waiting to drop off the supplies to areas hurricane matthew ripped through, waiting for the storm to pass is probably harder for us we have to watch it while we know they are down there trying to clear up. >> some calls have trickled in but they are waiting to hear from the missionaries. >> they are wiped out. it is hard to know the damage, communication has been shut off.
but the weather may push them back. they hope to get back as quickly as they can. they will play supplselr sh with them. need.oal is collect w t ps missionaries in the caribbean and they areorking to load this up with vital necessities. >> this is food, shelter and water, the basic needs. soarorfood, and water tablets. >> financial donations fund the missions. but it is the emotional support that keeps them going. kimberly kuizon in venice. >> and there will be help going to the caribbean countries that need it. several counties are making sandbags available and polk and manatee. we have locations on www.myfoxtampabay.com and it is
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question a lot of people on a lot of people are asking themselves this evening, should i stay? should i go? it is a tough decision but derroll nail found a lot of stubborn people. >> residents packed into the racetrack to squeeze out gas. >> i'm topping it off, i would rather be safe than sorry decide we are leaving,. >> reporter: not a single one was going to comply with the evacuation. >> i have confidence that nothing is happening to me before. the neighbors have always stuck around through the hurricanes we'll try to do the same. >> i saw fp and l out here. the power may last. the gulf stream is out there.
stay our prayers. >> susan bush came over from orlando to try to convince her 83-year-old mother to leave. >> she is stubborn. my father would not leave when he was alive. we may have to carry her out. >> some are heeding the warning. ray and judy's family boarded up and scared their home so they can leave tonight. >> well, you want to live. >> and since it is coming in closer. >> and on the barrier islands. and the port was empty after an evacuation went up at noon. and evacuated of cape canaveral and transporting each of the 150 patients, we have not discussed cost it is about what is in the
>> derrol nail, fox 13 news. >> now your sky tower radar forecast with chief meteorologist paul dellegatto. we'll talk more abouts matthew. but it was interesting look at the motion today you can see the cloud elements moving rapidly from east to west. this is the first sign that there is a hurricane. start seeing the clouds moving quickly from east to west. east southeast and northwest and tomorrow as matthew approaches. there is rain. orlando to haines city and wake wales it is moving. and rain by disney and approaching polk county and
nothing bad. and stray showers we have the graphic. and blue now and winds are possible. a warning means we're expecting it to happen. and the biggest threat of the counties and the force winds and the big problems as we talked about over and over is along the east coast where a warning is now up, and slows and and. 85 to 87.
and. close to the east coast and we'll harp on this over and over a very shift. anything further out it's not too bad. farther inland and bad for everyone along the coast. notice the zone. i feel >> and it is good. it is the intensity and you know i think this is going to come close to verifying and just is not a good situation. and if we do the weather what i say now to our folks you know watching along the coast, this is just leave if the forecast
or here. it's not that bad. mments say paul you blew it, you got it wrong, better to be safe you don't want to ride out a forecast at 3 in the morning with 125 miles per hour winds out. if you are told to leave. just leave. it does not work out. that's the message for the east coast and have to worry about that along the west coast. saturday it wends and the track is uncertain. i would not harp on that loop in the storm coming back the model today and sitting here and let's worry about what the big issue is. the short term issue a ed it is life threatening. here we are. a live view this is the port in nassau cam.
trips, you know how you come in here here, the ship whether it carnival.caribbean or disney or you docke are no boats they are getting ready in nassau ing o nity4 hit. we'll have the camera going for a while and get better views of a howling that's the scene. you have seen this before outside of the ship. we'll be watching this with interest. here is the forecast now for tonight. 77 now the wind will pick up and be breezy. off and on showers from the the east.
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>> and. >> a difference from a catastrophe not so bad. >> and the satellite, we >> 39 miles per hour. in the yellow. that includes all of the polk county and high loaneds. and the warnings are up there. i want to stress no one in the viewing area is under a hurricane warning that's being confined to the east coast at this time. 22.5 north and top winds 120 t
yesterday. every single run has been pretty consistent showing a storm and kind of parallelling the coast. that's why you know i don't think we're dealing with a gene or francis. we had two headquarters. gene and francis. it caused issues like this. going up the coast t is different we get the the worst weather is way out here. we'll know the hurricane is going by. we care about everybody in the state and the east coast the situation is not looking good the storm moves up off the coast. tampa bay we'll school in. as it approaches. we're talking about rain goes. and it is going to be along the east coast. the wind speeds.
20 to 25. see the 123 go by. 35 to 40. >> 100 plus on the coast. back to you, people along the coast looking at a devastating hurricane are stocking up. food, water supplies gas and lines. they started lining up along the coast. and we have more from miami. >> no calm before the storm, i went to costco the line is out.
>> i have some fuel if i need it. this resident of north bay making sure he has 25-gallons to last him a week. now there is a little bit of a chance to get in. it is time to be 100% prepared. and preparing to have all the fuel i need for a week. >> some say it has not been bad that depends on who you ask. >> i saw two guys fighting at a throwing punches. listen i know everyone is nervous, it will be okay. >> and that is remember you that can track the latest from matthew and the latest on watches and warnings. today the jury in the hot car death of a father heard from a tech who investigated the
jurors saw and heard. >> this repictures few people want to see. photos and videos that include ross harris' vehicle where cooper died. the 22 month old. we will not include the graphic photos in our report. prosecutors say harris wanted an escape and left the toddler in his car to buy. the defense said it was all an accident. >> and a technician walked through the photos and videos with the prosecutors and described what he saw. >> i observed a young child, toddler. on his back on the. what. knees bent. arms to the side. he had some scratches on his face. he was wearing a little shirt
shoes. >> jurors closed their eyes. harris cried as well. and he said cooper's body carried an odor, hot and musty, you are rin be urine soaked diaper. that's the smelled. >> that is important because prosecutors say there was an odor of death in the car that harris should have smelled. during the cross-examination the same technician admitted that >> unremarkable observation that i put in the report. knowing the information that i had. >> no one else made it remarkable to you as were you on the scene, correct. >> i didn't talk about -- i was doing my job and going to the next location after that. it was not discussed on the scene. >> the trial was moved to the city of brunswick, georgia
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contain rain. in polk county and raining down by haines city and showers near. and heavy rain now. and near polk county. watching us and rain heading your way. mulberry to bartow a of rain as expected today supports in -- showers in manatee. here is t satel a couples ago. had that pinhole eye. nolear appearance. it is moving from lant.
and better confidence in the forecast. you know of all the models they are the sings. and minor differences on a track, we have you get the eye. >> keep that off the coast and the weather is awful better. >> and 140 and. look of words. and no designs a w don't you have s aeen lot of you facebook painful.
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and the 6:00 news is next. here are mark and linda. all eyes on matthew as it heads to florida. we're getting the damage left behind in cuba. tonight at 6:00
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and the wind strength is the biggest concern. getting ready for matthew. new advisories for the tampa bay area. i'm lloyd sowers with matthew i'll tell you where heading. , i have been doing this 14 years. this is a first. >> a first for those driving by the bald eagle that brought traffic to a screeching halt. good good evening, i'm linda hurtado for kelly ring.
this is coastal town.@ they have never seen anything like this. even worse than the floyd and linda the town is destroyed. and this is a watch which means that the winds 39 or the storm goes by the bands coming in could produce winds for a time. we'll deal with that no one under a warning, that's limited along i-95. and.