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. from tampa bay's number one news station, this is ""good good day tampa bay." >> alcides: crews are out searching for a boater who went missing at the courtney campbell causeway. a meeting with mickey and not a dry in the house. the story behind this meeting at disney world. >> alcides: i am alcides se segui. >> anjuli: and i am anjuli davis. those stories in just a minute. lindsay milbourne is here with a check of our forecasten. >> lindsay: the coolest day of the season. brooksville, jackets required, 52 degrees. 59 in bartow. brandon, 54.
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comfortable reading. we are significantly cooler than this time yesterday. anywhere from 2 degrees in clearwater to 9 to 11 in spots all thanks to yesterday's cold front that now moving into south florida hence the dew dew points in the 70s. our dew points are in the 40s. that a bone dry reading and that's why you are not going to see any clouds today. clear skies all day long, but what we will be watching this morning are northerly surges. if you have boating plans, second half of the day best for you as our winds will cool start, we only rebound into the 70s for highs. 71 at lunchtime. high of 76 is below average. averagewise we should be at 83. tomorrow morning even cooler than what we are waking up to tomorrow. you don't want to miss those numbers. back to you, guys. crews are on the scene of a deadly crash in tampa. we don't have many details. this happened at the veterans expressway mary the memorial
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just after 2:30 this morning. we know two people are dead. the road is completely blocked at this point. of course, we will bring you more updates as soon as we get them. also new this morning, hillsborough county deputies arrest three men they say beat an elderly woman during a home invasion. really a disturbing story. happened thursday afternoon inside the bay west home mobile home park on kings point road. deputies say two men waded for a 83-year-old woman to walk dragged her back into her house by her hair. they say they punched, kicked and beat her with a metal object. they actually took off with a safe in the bedroom but didn't get very far. here is the good thing. tackled by a maintenance worker and arrested while trying to leave. neighbors were happy that a worker was brave enough to step in. >> sincerely glad because, who knows, something could have
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am not there. it's kind of -- kind of heartbreaking to see that -- especially around my neighborhood. >> alcides: the driver of the car took off after the man was tackled. deputies later spotted that car at a circle k in town and country. the two men were arrested. all three are facing multiple charges. here is the good part, the woman is expected to be okay. when the sun comes up this morning, crews will be back out in tampa bay looking for a missing boater. he disappeared trying to free his boat a sand bar near the courtney campbell college. the man and his fiancee were in a rental boat when they got stuck. he got out to it the water to push it free. he went under water, resurfaced once and then disappeared. he was not wearing a life vest. a pair of witnesses on shore tried to help. >> there were two gentlemen on the shoreline who saw the woman's cry for help. both of those gentlemen entered
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to recover the gentleman and they were unsuccessful. >> the boater can swim and does give them some hope. the area where this happened is 10 to 20 feet deep. again that sich for him will re-- that search for him will resume when the sun comes up. arrested a third person who took thousands of dollars in an identity theft case. detectives say that isabel dallas worked for a local magazine company. she would tak offereders over the phone and pass the credit card information to her daughter jessica dallas according to investigators. investigators say they racked up $100,000 in charges. most of the victims were out of state, but then police say chantel jones got involved accused of opening credit card and bank accounts in other people names. she is seen here going on a shopping spree. >> i think that they are evil people and they should know
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jailtime when they are caught. i was very lucky. the st. pete police department helped me. >> eileen said she was able to recover most of that money stolen. all three women are in the pinellas county jail facing felony credit card and id fraud charges. surveys say more than half of americans are feeling the negative effects from this y year's election. with so much passion fueling the campaigns, this next story may not surprise. you hernando county man was arrested for criminal mischief over a fight over po it all started with a donald trump hat. robin christianson a trump supporter kicked another man's car during an argument about the republican candidate. happened at the dunkin' donuts in spring hill and part of the confrontation is on video. you see christianson running after the man's car but what you don't see is christianson kicking the car. that is he denies doing. he simply complimented another man wearing a make america
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>> this guy behind my wife yells great hat if you love racists. you support racism. >> the other man threatened his wife and tried hitting him. no one else has been charged. by the way donald trump will be in tampa monday night holding a rally at the mid florida credit union amphitheatre. a nobel way to spend a friday night. two 10-year-old girls from seminole organized a gathering to pack up boxes and serve them to service members in africa. a project they started 10 months ago and call it operation military matters. the girls were inspired after a veterans day assembly at their school. then their teacher assigned them a service project. they both have family members who have served but they knew they wanted to do something for their military members. the girls got a $200 grant from the group called royal neighbors. that money is helping them pack
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we get a lot of e-mails back from them that say, thank you, we don't get much appreciation and this really means a lot to us. so it really makes us happy for what we are doing. >> out in girls hope to win a community contest where even more money is at stake. that money would also go toward helping our military. the bucs combine football and halloween for a special pumpkin patch today. their first-ever bucs pumpkin patch this afternoon. pumpkin decorating, a bucs themed costume contest and appearance business captain fear, the bucs cheerheards and a football-style combine. the major tried against breast cancer walk is taking place in downtown tampa and pasco county. in tampa taking place at amalie arena. always -- always a big turnout
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emceing this event. starts at 9:00 just about three hours from now. in pasco it is taking place at the shops at wire grass. that kicks off at 8:30 this morning and dr. joy will emcee that walk. by the way linda would join us live coming up in just about an hour and 15 minutes. >> anjuli: awesome event. and a moment that will bring tears to your eyes. check this out. a tour guide at orlando took this video. he is 21 years old and lost his vision when he was just 9 to divix syndrome. he hauls have been a big fan from mickey and he and a group from bla zill visited disney world and got to meet his favorite character. plenty of hugs for both him and his mom. very sweet. flood warnings in effect for multiple states this morning. the record amount of rain that has left several cities in the
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for the second time this season, and they are having to do it without some of their starters. and usf scoring streak of 35 points or more come to a screeching hold and the longest streak in college football, but does that mean the bulls lost? it doesn't look that good. that and a whole, who more in sports. 6:0. feeling like football weather. out the door a light jacket, a sweater. some of you will need it especially brooksville. 52 degrees season in tampa. even 67. it is so comfortable in st. pete. enjoy it. we will talk about a spectacular fall weekend coming spectacular fall weekend coming up this year the voters of pinellas county have an opportunity to elect a public servant who has always put the people first. charlie crist. as governor he worked with both parties to get things done and i know you can trust charlie to do the same in congress.
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flash flood warnings flash flood warnings across the state of flashed. >> flood warning a state of massachusetts as areas there get pummeled with heavy rain. central and eastern massachusetts saw more than 5 inches of rain. on the other side of the country, a flood alert has been issued for the snoqualmie flivver washington state as heavy rain take king county. officials are warning that the rising river levels could lead to flooding in low-lying areas. they activate the flood center to keep an eye on the
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facing extreme fire danger at the moment. red flag river warnings issued across the southern part of the state. the fires are fueled by hot, dry santa ana winds. national fire officials report that so far this season 7500 square miles have been torched across the western united states. and here locally -- i mean going outside this morning. >> goodness. >> the delight. >> alcides: it was outst outstanding. >> anjuli: i told him i am wait to be outside. i can't wait to do yardwork. >> alcides: she needs to go inside put her feet up. >> lindsay: put the windows down, enjoy yourself. fall finally here and so excited. if you don't like fall-like conditions. starts it warm up. humidity in check. the coolest warning of the season. and the numbers that are low continue to drop. first thing that drops is our temperature at 6 degrees.
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our average low is about 66, 67. to below average. dew points -- this is the best part. any time this number is in the 50s. this is spectacular. 40s even better. a north wind at 7 is a drier breeze and all of this behind a cold front that moved through during the day yesterday. it is cool. some of us have the windows down on our drive in or maybe even have a light sweater. brandon you may need it at 54. westchase at 58 degrees. 66 in clearwater. yes, 67 in st. pete. keep still in the upper 70s, but 140 has moved into inverness. 48.7 and i would expect more 40s in brooksville, crystal river and bushnell. down i-75. mild and comfortable. 62 in inglewood. 64 in bradenton. near 60 in bartow. 3 in sebring. pretty much everyone cooler than this time yesterday. significantly cooler in brandon
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part of the morning is this, out of the dark green in the light yellow with dew points in the 40s and 50s and a refreshing feel to the day, we are not done yet. tomorrow dew points staying in the 40s. monday nice and fall-like. the middle part of the week where the dew points climb not back to where they were in september. a great-looking week for us. a little breezy in the morning. watching those northerly winds. a gust of 22 in clearwater. if you have boating plans will be less breezy later to today. the clock is going. we don't have any clouds. our air is that dry an front pushing south and high pressure building in. it, we only stay in the 70s for highs because of that cooler start. at noon, 71. we hit 76 today. by far the coolest afternoon of the season as well and get ready for cooler readings late night. no mistake here. 55 my forecast low in tampa. 40s north of the bay and st.
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degrees. lows from bartow to lake placid. enjoy it. around the country cool for a good chunk of the eastern two-thirds. 40, chicago. 53 in new york city, and has been a wet couple of days. wet couple of 24 hours in this region. and showers. this lower with watch something combined with the front doing well this morning. not going to develop. a 20% chance over the next few days due to that frontal system. conditions. sunshine all day. the fairly quick cooldown tonight. any late-night plans will feature jackets. great weekend to get those pumpkins if you haven't done so. breezy through the day. nice and fall-like. average high is 83. so we are below that. tonight, too, with 40s north of the bay. clear and cool. if you turn off the ac. 78 and delightful under loads of sun and one negative. we know if we get the cold
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behind it. choppy bay and inland water. winds relax by the afternoon. wave heights up to 7 feet. high tide right now. 6:17 st. pete pier. seven-day forecast show steady warm-up mid to late week and the next few mornings look awesome. maybe get up a little early so you can enjoy it. good morning. temple owls found a way to slow down the usf offense. kept them off the field. the longest streak of scoring 35 points and more in a college football game. they did it 11 straight weeks and that streak is over now as the bulls fall to the owls last night on a friday night game. the owls opened with a field goal and gulf coast offense responded with a touchdown. quentin flowers with the fake and roll out right and a w wide-open marquez valdez
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13-10, the defense, rumbles through 76 yards for the touchdown. owls largest play of the year and helps temple to 20-13 lead at halftime. temple stretch that lead to two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. bulls cut it to 7 and flowers had to go out with an injury to his ankle. in comes brett kine. he steps up very first play, he is picked off. and temple beats the bulls 46-20. the bucs flew out to san looking like the bucs will be getting a key piece of their defense back. gerald mccoy went through the team walk through. listed as questionable this week and no robert ayers or quentin mcdonald but he will at least try to give a go on sunday. flashback two weeks ago raymond james stadium. mccoy had to leave the game with the broncos. his left shoe removed. calf muscle strained. the team did not know initially
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with the panthers and returned with limited fashion moving with power and quickness at times. he can laugh about it now, but when he got home that night, his condition was kind of a matter of concern for his family. >> nah, everything was cool, you know. my kids, they've seen all the injuries, so whenever i come home with something -- they are just like -- they can't take it. it is tough for them to deal with. my wife, know, she got upset with me because when i went in the locker room i didn't call her immediately. she is like you are supposed to call me and tell me what happened. i said i didn't know what happened. you i had to find out first. you know, so -- >> anchor: can't leave the bolts handing. colorado put a four stop. kept the lightning scoreless. and the team embarks on a s six-game trip. 11 days on the road starting in
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an even with 3-1 record to start the season, the bolts know they need to start getting on the scoreboard first for a change. >> you know i think just got -- you know, i think we are getting better as the game starts and we just got to bring that -- with the puck drop in the first period, you know. it is not obviously the way we want to start games, but sometimes it happens and we got to learn from it. and like you said, go get the >> anchor: that is a look at sports. you have your safe great day. >> alcides: thank you, kevin. a disease not many people want to talk about. >> anjuli: it is starting to affect a young age group. >> i am very happy with it. just to have my life back. >> alcides: she suffered from a disease that made her not even want to leave the house. coming up, dr. jo explains the surgery she had and how it is giving her a new start. but before we go to break, having a birthday today. happy birthday to you.
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because i'll be a senator who always works for you. welcome back. time right now is 6:23. a rising disease affecting young people, something that
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for many. >> anjuli: krone's and colitis affect million and a half people who suffer in silence because they are embarrassed. one brave young woman stepped forward to share her story our dr. jo. >> dr. jo: here in the or at tampa general hospital, he is removing an entire colon through a single incision. >> this is the organ we are trying to move in the middle of everything. >> reporter: this surgery may seem extreme, 25-year-old tiffany says her best chance of overcoming her disease. >> they say that my life will do a complete 180. hopefully -- that's what i am hoping for. >> reporter: she has you willer is colitis. causing pain and bleeding. medicines are not working. >> six pills four times a day. shots in my stomach and go to an infusion center and sit
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have been tough. >> losing a lot of blood and being anemic and not being able to -- sorry -- not being able to do normal things. like going to the grocery store for like a very long period of time. i didn't leave my house at all. like i was terrified of leaving my house. like, i was in so much pain. and i was scared have like an accident somewhere and -- it's just -- it's just been very difficult. >> she has been through a lot in that she has failed medical management substantially. >> reporter: dr. sanchez says tiffany is battling another problem that is making her even worse. a bacteria called c-diff. >> she has a superimposed infection on top of this very sick colon and likely will require this operation just to make her well.
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bag, but hopefully will not need as many medications. >> if the disease can be cured. >> reporter: the surgery will not be her last. we met up with her six weeks later. >> my small intestine ruptured so i had to get another surgery that made me stay in the hospital for even longer. >> reporter: in spite of complications keeping her in the hospital 47 days, she is glad she had the surgery. >> i am just -- i have my life back. i don't have that pain anymore. i don't have to go to an infusion center and get iron, medicine and blood. >> reporter: instead going to restaurants, the gym -- >>reporter: have you gone to the grocery store? >> yes, multiple times. i go there like every day because i end up eating everything that i buy that day. >> reporter: i am dr. joette giovinco, fox 13 news. >> alcides: despite her
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complete her psychology degree in the next two years. >> anjuli: if you would like to help join walter allen at the krone's colitis walk. it starts at 2:30 at the wa waterfront park behind the amalie arena. proceeds benefit the research. if would you like to join walter again, all the details on our web site at fox13news.com. >> alcides: a beautiful day for that too. >> lindsay: perfect day. lots of walks. the b by the afternoon no long sleeves but sunglasses. check out the current temperature, guys, 60 degrees. north winds, clear skies, and the further north you live, the cooler it is. 52 in brooksville, wesley chapel, 57. even 64 feels wonderful in bradenton. enjoy it.
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> anjuli: -- >> lindsay: 6:30. perfect morning for a hot pumpkin spice latte. cooler out the door fall-like conditions. starting off the day chilly -- do i say chilly, 52 degrees for news tampa, 48 in brooksville. 48 in ocala. 66 lakeland, 60 in tampa and, yes, 67 in st. petersburg, but that is a really comfortable reading because of our low dew dew points. we are all cooler compared to this time yesterday. lakeland is up 2 degrees and we are not done dropping yet. 9 degrees cooler in tampa all thanks to yesterday's cold
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dry air mass. i would expect clear sky today. a lot of drier air at the surface and aloft and will feel comfortable. nice and bright. that drier air means another quick cooldown tonight. cooler out the door sunday morning. look at the afternoons, not even in the 80s. lots of sun. 76 today. 78 tomorrow. fall-like sunday morning. we will wake up at 55 in tampa. that means 40s well north of the bay. all right, the time right now is 6:31 today's top stories. tampa police want to speak with a person interest of in connection with a murder investigation. javon huggins was latoya smith's last boyfriend. the mother of three was found in the middle of west floral street thursday. police say she suffered a severe head injury before she died. state attorney general pam bondi wants the florida supreme court to clarify the ruling that struck down a portion of the death penalty.
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to offer a better definition, it will only create more confusion. last friday, the court ruled that the law is unconstitutional because it requires only ten jurors to vote for death, not an unanimous decision. the state maintains that the death penalty cases can continue as long as courts require unanimous verdicts to comply with last week's ruling. and finally giving faces to the nameless, the university of south florida hopes re-cr re-creations of 20 faces may solve cold case murders. one jane doe was found in a field in tampa in 1985. worked with the anthropologists to give jane doe a face and two women believe it do be their sister. they haven't seen her in three decades. they took samples of the dna to compare it with jane doe. they should know in the next cup of months if it is their
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investigating who sent an envelope containing a white powdery substance to hillary clinton's campaign office. police say one of the workers at the brooklyn office opened up the envelope. workers were then evacuated from the building and police say that letter was sent to clinton's midtown manhattan office and transferred to her brooklyn office. police are still testing that substance. florida voters are being requested a controversial question when it comes to pot this year, amendment 2 will legalize the use of medical marijuana one broward voter said her ballot skipped amendment 2 all together. her attorney filed a lawsuit an wants to get the issue before a judge immediately in hopes of resolving issue by legislature day. he question it is there is one incorrect ballot, there could be many more. many voters may not realize that amendment is missing. >> it's like when you go to a restaurant, something is not on the menu, you don't order it. you fill out the ballot -- you
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2 and goes from amendment 1 to amount 3, no amount 2 on it so you don't -- no amendment 2 on it. so you don't think about it. when you are dealing with this much paper and people, you may have made a mistake. people living in a south florida community are a little bit on edge this morning. cameras caught a wild bear roaming around their homes. a neighbor was actually looking at some of the surveillance camera footage. you n he spotted that bear. it walked right into someone's driveway, weaved through the car there is and started rummaging through the trash cans. the bear seemed pretty comfortable there too. it has a lot of people concerned, especially for their children. >> well, it makes me a little nervous about him coming outside by himself at night. >> a big concern with the little ones. we keep them inside. >> they are not playing outside, no. >> alcides: not take anything chances, right. neighbors say this bear has
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it was tagged and removed but somehow it just keeps on coming back. wildlife officials say if a bear comes into your yard, make sure you are in a safe place, make sure the bear has an escape route, then try scaring it by making loud noises. organizers for pulse night club brought the community together to create a mural for those lost in the deadly shooting earlier on this year. that mural painted on the wall of the night people were shot and killed on june 12. was given the chance to contribute to the mural created by the artist known as mr. brainwash. best known for his appearance in the oscar-nominated documentary "exit throughout gift shop." >> it's time to change. time to make this is a better world. it is time to love one another. that's what our god wanted us to do. so i don't understand why people still do these kind of
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know, for this community which they are just amazing people. they are just full of love and happiness. >> anjuli: this is was first time the club has opened its gates since the shooting last summer. a clown ban in mississippi has become the talk of the town. supervisors have decided to ban people in clown suits until after halloween after multiple reports of creepy clown sighting states and in kepner county, anyone caught dregs up as a clown could be arrested and face $1 fine. some residents say they are scared of clowns but this is ridiculous. >> i think there is going to be a big future in --
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-- >> actor bill murray make a surprise visit to the press briefing room. murray showed up his love for the cubs complete with a baseball hat and sweater. the actor is in town to receive the mark twain prize for american humor. after a stop in the press room, he went on to meet with president obama. >> alcides: see his cubbies out there. >> anjuli: he is all decked out. looking to get out of the house, why not take in a movie. >> anjuli: at look at all the movies hitting the theatres this weekend. finding a forever family, can be a tough situation for kids in the foster system as they get older. up next, the happy ending for a 11-year-old boy from sarasota county. hear his heart-warming story when we come back. before we head to break, a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. no winner either big jackpot. the mega millions up to $30 million. the lucky money for $2 million
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a special you are watching "good day tampa bay." >> anjuli: a very special adoption for a little boy from sarasota county. the court room was deck out with super hero themes complete with siderman. 11-year-old drake was in and out of foster care for four and a half years. >> this morning he has his forever family. a great story. they are sharing their story
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>> he likes to take things apart. he is such a builder. and i think that's why he likes legos. >> we go in the carpool, dad. >> he is asd, autism disorder. i am a special ed teacher so i tend to gravitate to children with disabilities. >> and i want to say happy adoption day to you >> the adoption finalization happened, so i am legally drake's father. >> i am not an expert on sp spiderman, you might have to tell me about that. >> i contacted my case manager and i said i got a question. have they ever -- has there ever been a themed adoption. she is like, no. i am like, well, could we do it? and she said, let me find out. and the judge was all for it.
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>> the moment that i met him, i knew -- once i met drake, there was nothing that was going to stand in my way. i think he is a typical 11-year-old boy. we are going to have a life together and like i said, i am going to help him become the man that he -- that he was meant to be, you know, and that he is going to be there with me along the >> alcides: scott and drake told us they wanted to share their story to encourage other families to choose adoption. so many kids that don't have a home and it is a wonderful opportunity to give back. >> lindsay: great story. love seeing that the superhero theme. 6:4. love seeing these temperatures this morning. my goodness, 50s and 60s out the door. refreshing feel to the aaron mesmer i can't-wide.
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78, marathon. 60 in tampa. 52 in brooksville. we may drop another degree. head to the beach, do point out that it will be a breezy day especially first half of the day. humidity low and highs in the mid-70s. doesn't last all week. a great seven-day forecast is a great seven-day forecast is coming your way after the br ??
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welcome back. the time right now is :45. largo police are investigating an armed robery that happened at the walgreen's at indian rocks road and west bay around 8:30 last night. nobody was hurt. police are still looking for the suspects involved here. s in we learn more information, we will bring it to you. a big construction project under way at macdill air force base. crews there are redoing the runways. the project will have little effect on missions at the base. airmen to support missions. macdill is home to strato t tanker planes and three c-37 gulf streams with active duty reservists who use the runway. the ferry will take people from tampa to st. petersburg is finally in the bay area. the crew from boston drought the new cross bay to vi n oy base inner loop st. petersburg. it will now begin safety checks before service begins november 4.
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vinoy base and the taxi dock near the convention center. tickets general public will go on sale november 1. a lot of people very excited about that. >> anjuli: a great idea. i am excited to use it myself. all right, lindsay, a perfect, perfect day and tomorrow will be pretty chilly as well. >> lindsay: the mornings, you notice the difference outside. no ac in the car. windows down this morning. we don't even have any cloud cover today. our air is that dry. and currently it is 60 degrees whh it is our coolest of the se season. and the coolest in tampa. i just looked back since may 7. a long time coming. north winds at 7. you can expect this in the air to a cold front that moved through. temperatures are coolest north of tampa bay. 52 in brooksville. 66 in lakeland. 57 in wauchula and yes, you see 67 in st. petersburg. but keep in mind our water temperatures surrounding pinellas county are still in
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them to be a little milder than our northern spots this time of year. 5 degrees cooler in sebring to 7 in brooksville and the best part in my opinion is the fact that it is so comfortable. if you don't like the cooler readings by the afternoon, it will be warm enough for new the 70s. with dew points in the 40s and 50s, we don't have anything to show you on our dew point scale. it is that comfortable. so instead of oppressive sticky range. we are in the inrig rating range. afternoon and monday afternoon look wonderful. got to point out these winds out of the north and breezy at time especially in the coastal area, and we have a sustained wind out of the north northeast in st. pete at 15. that will be the cased to if you have any beach plans, any boating plans, small-craft small-craft advisories in effect until 11 a.m. the cold front continuing to whip to the south. so behind it, that drier air is settling in as high pressure settles in. it will be less breezy late he
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look at all of this dry air in the mid levels of the atmosphere. that is right here in red. this nice blue hugh to the sky this afternoon. sunday, limited clouds. take to you the northeast. a lot of clouds and rain. while there has been flooding and some of this rain is steady this morning, a good chunk of this area in the drought. and while it came a little too much in a short amount of time for massachusetts. some of this is welcomed an won't last all day connected to this front is low pressure that we were talking about earlier in the week could potentially become tropical. will not happen because of that front. a lot of cool air, chilly air behind it. 44 in birmingham. 45 in nashville. 40s in the northern counties. this afternoon highs in the mid- to upper 70s. no 80s on the map. 76 in wauchula. 75 in st. pete. 74 in brookville. brooksville tomorrow morning, 47.
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jacket is, a little light cardigan, pull it out tomorrow morning. breezy by the bay you may need it this morning that cardigan. fall-like comfortable enjoy the day. clear and comfortable. 40s north during the day sunday, not even at 80. call it a delightful afternoon with lighter winds on sunday. if you were boating some of the wave heights impressive at 5 to 7 feet. by the afternoon they will be dropping. tomorrow, better boating day and wonderful week. we bring in a slight surge of easter bring us 20% rain chance thursday and friday. >> anjuli: thank you, lindsay. still ahead a inside look at what is new in theatres for you. >> two things are going to happen in the next 90 seconds. >> excuse me? >> first that phone is going to ring. second, you are going to be wearing these cuffs on your way to prison. [ laughter ] >> that is one magnificent prophecy, mr. reacher.
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>> alcides: that is pretty impressive. jack reacher must discover the truth behind a major government conspiracy to clear his name in
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>> still spying on the neighbors. >> hi. >> we are the joneses. >> such a lovely street >> the chinese don't even have a word for a street like this. >> they will say [speaking >> sounds cool coming out of your mouth. >> they are not who they say they are. >> become embroiled in a international espionage when they discover that their seemingly perfect new neighbors are government spies in "keeping up with the joneses." you can get in your halloween mode early if you want to catch a movie this weekend. fox's will carr with a look at what is new in theatres this weekend. >> how is it going?
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in action star form as jack reacher in the high adrenaline feature "never go back" with reacher racing to uncover a government conspiracy and clear his name. >> who are these people in. >> we need evidence. >> i want to make sure this is not paranoia. >> what is this? >> comedic option, zack galifanakis and isla fisher learn their new neighbors are international spies in "keeping up with t john ha. >> reporter: and hollywood is in the halloween move by inspiration of the classic game ouija, origin of evil. and courtesy of writer, director and star tyler perry, grandma madea has a haunted punchline adventure "boo, a madea halloween."
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>> reporter: "i am not ashamed. " journal entries of rachel joyce scott the first student killed in the columbine high school shooting. ewan mcgregor makes his feature film directal debut in "american pastoral" adopting the novel to the screen. jennifer connolly and dakota fanning. a family in the '60s ripped apart by her ric affiliation and her disappearance after she is accused of a violent act. >> you started this. >> i am going to finish this too. >> reporter: in select theatre and available on demand is revenge-fueled spaghetti western style flick "in a valley of violence" starring ethan hawke and john travolta. >> i could throw new jail right now. >> reporter: in hollywood, will carr, fox news. much more ahead in the next hour of "good day tampa bay."
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about to break.. search about to break.. search and rescue crews area heading ba and rescue crews area heading with daylight about to break, search and rescue crews are out looking for a missing boater. we are live with the latest. aj. >> anjuli: making strides. fox 13's linda hurtado joins us ahead in downtown tampa with less than three weeks ago, donald trump is having a major speech today and hillary clinton is defending herself from a new leaked video. good morning to you and welcome to "good day tampa bay." 7 a.m. on this saturday morning, i am anjuli davis. >> alcides: i am alcides se segui. thank you for joining us. we have lindsay to talk about our morning forecast, and oh, my goodness. >> lindsay: i feel like i need to take a bow or something.

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