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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.
> lindsay: taking advantage of the good weather days. >> alcides: 66. >> lindsay: in st. pete. show you how clear the sky is. yes a breeze and around most of the day. boating better tomorrow compared to today. a chilly start to the day, especially away from the co coastline hack the auto brooksville, 53. 60 in tampa is the coolest morning since may 9 for us. we fall below 60, and may be the coolest since mid-april. 57 in 59 in winter haven. it is so comfortable and much cooler compared to 24 hours a ago. 11 degrees cooler in tampa and brandon. 7 up in crystal river. check out the dew points though. we have dropped these into the 40 m and 50s. pretty much as low as it can get this time of year. that's why it feels so nice outside. you will have the windows down in the car, turn the ac off. enjoy the day, out and about. yesterday's cold front the
too. only 76 today with a steady warm-up by monday. if you think you are cool right now, you won't believe how cool you wake up tomorrow morning. we will talk about jackets necessary for many coming up. developing this morning, florida highway patrol on the scene of a double fatal accident happening right along the veterans expressway at mile marker 2 heart in courtney campbell. if you can, you are being asked to avoid that area. also developing this morning, fire fighters work to it broke out just after 3:00 this morning on west sligh avenue tampa. it happened at a four-unit town home complex in tampa. when crews arrived they could see smoke and flames coming from that unit. all four units are damaged. the red cross is now helping families affected by that fire. fortunately, no one was hurt. the cause of this fire was unknown. search and rescue crews will be out again today looking
a man and his fiancee were out on a boat and stuck on a sand bar. the man got into the water and tried to push it free but likely took a step too many and went under water. he came back up once and then disappeared. his fiancee tried to throw him a flotation device and couldn't get a hold of it. officials with fwc say their last glimmer of hope this morning that the boater can swim. three men in hillsborough county are facing multiple charges this morning after deputies say they beat invasion. disturbing story here. the incident happened thursday afternoon in tampa at the bay west club mobile home park on kings point road. ricardo marquez torrez and thomas mendez rubina waited for the 83-year-old woman to walk outside before torrez pushed her back in. he beat her with a metal object and threatened to kill her according to investigators.
didn't get far at all. he was tackled by a maintenance worker who was on his way out. deputies arrived and arrested him. >> concerning because we live down the street. i am glad that they caught the guy. >> deputies say thomas mendez urbina was driving the car torrez was in. he and lamar jewel were spotted a both were arrested. the woman's belongings are up returned. here is the good part, she is expected to be okay. in the fight against zika, health officials are hoping that cooler temperatures will help keep mosquitoes at bay. >> i think it helps, but what i am saying, we need more nights will it stays chillier. >> reporter: ed mild weather coming a day after governor rick scott confirmed three new nontravel related cases of the virus in miami's little river
as a result, the cdc has upped their zika advisory telling pregnant women to reconsider traveling to all of miami-dade county and to avoid specifically avoid the two zika hot spots in miami beach. the cdc has also announced $70 million more in zika funding. st. pete police say a third person accused of stealing thousands of dollars in identity theft scheme has been arrested. detectives say isabella dallas used her job at a local customers' credit card information and pass it along to her daughter, jessica. officers say the two racked up nearly $100,000 in charges, but then police say chantal jones got involved. she is accused of opening credit card and bank accounts in other people's names. all three women are in the pinellas county jail facing felony credit card and id charges. tampa police want to speak with a person of interest in connection with a murder investigation.
latoya smith's new boyfriend as well as the last person known to see her alive. the mother of three was found in the middle of west flora street. she suffered a severe head injury before she died. with wuss 17 days now until election day, 51 early voting sites are being set up and tested all across the bay area. in 2012, nearly two third of all voters go the their ballots in before election day. early voting florida counties on monday morning. you can find your polling location and hours of operation on our web site. just head over to fox13news.com and check on the seen on tv election. as for the presidential candidates, donald trump says he will begin to lay out what his first 100 days of office will look like, and that is happening today. trump is scheduled to speak in gettysburg, pennsylvania. a trump advisor says he will try to, quote, speak to every american about his vision to
government back to the people. trump is trailing hillary clinton nationally and in key battleground states like pennsylvania with just under three weeks to go until the election. and the latest fox 13 poll numbers also have trump behind clinton right here in florida, although it is within the margin of error. trump will be back in the sunshine state tomorrow evening at a rally in venice and will appear in tampa monday at 7:00. doors open for that event at mid florida neither at around 4:00. and as for hillary clinton, her campaign headquarters in new york are teaming up with police after a white powdery substance found in an envelope. the n ypd is testing that substance. in a twist of irony, a new obtained video show clinton lecturing her staff on their special duty to recognize the
ironic of course.. ironic of course.. because cybersecurity has because cybersecurity has >> anjuli: ironic of course because cyber security is a major issue and clinton has come under fire for use of private servers while serving as secretary of state. u.s. officials have russians of hacking e-mail databases. in a statement from the campaign say this is not new. widely reported during clinton's tenure. the state department issued these kind of warnings about possible cyber security to employees. these warnings were more than appropriate given that it was subsequently confirmed that the state's e-mail was hacked. all right, enough politics, let's talk about football. usf's high-powered offense was slowed down last night by
a ran in for another, but was shaken up in the fourth quarter and did not return. bulls head coach willie taggert said he tweaked his hamstring diving for first down. the bulls went into the game with the longest streak of scoring 35 points or more in cllege football and that streak unfortunately came to an end. temple wins this one 46-30. usf plays again next friday at home against navy. still ahead, a attack. the popular sites affected and who is claiming responsibility for it all. plus, today's national prescription drug take-back day which is a long way of saying your chance to safely get rid of old prescription drugs. we will tell you where we can coming up next. at 7:09, if you were c cool-natured, i think you need a light sweater this morning. it is that cool. 50s and 60s and clear skies. crisp and comfy with that north
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infected with malicious software. cyber experts say this type of attack is often used in advance of a larger cyber event. a former nsa contractor accused of stealing top-secret information will stay in federal court until his trial. prosecutors say over 20 years harold martin iii took some of the government's most highly protected secrets that included information on cyber weapons and cyber capabilities. during a raid on his home earlier found dozens of computers. they say he took almost as much information as edward snowden. new jersey governor chris christie is further denying any prior knowledge of the bridge gate scandal. his former deputy chief of staff testified that she told him of a traffic study on the george washington bridge a month before it happened. prosecutors say that study was just a cover story for a political revenge plot against
governor christie. christie has continue with with with usually denied any involvement, a and is not face anything charges. dozens of people were sent to the hospital after a major chemical spill in northeast kansas. officials say a reaction was caused when two chemicals were mixed together and -- in the wrong holding tank. a crowd of fumes forced temporary evacuations. more than 60 people were treated for breathing problems. the spill caused some of the homes in that area like swimming pools. the area is cleared of any hazards. the dea is asking people to turn in their unused prescription drugs for national prescription drug take back d day. 100 collection sites all around the country. it is to cut back on the country's prescription epidemic. 6.4 million abuse prescription drugs more than cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine combined. last year the program collected
than a dozen prescription collection sites in the bay area. that program is complete hely free, no questions asked. they are collecting prescription from 10 this morning to 2:00 this afternoon. if you would like to find a location near you, head to our web site, fox13news.com, click on the seen on tv tab. heavy rain has much of the northeast under water. flashflood warnings were in effect after some of the cities saw more than 7 inches of rain yesterday. many cars became stranded asked people to stay off the streets. in pennsylvania, crews carried out more than 100 water rescues and evacuations. a man was actually killed there when a tree fell on his home. two other homes were completely swept away. you feel bad for those folks, no doubt about it, when our forecast is as gorgeous as it is. >> anjuli: so glad to see it is going to last for a little bit. i know a little bit warmer but
>> lindsay: taking time to get outside. tomorrow morning, again, monday morning, again. comfortable to get out the door. cooler. the coolest of the season for all of tampa bay right now and you can see how drier air is just by looking at the view. doesn't it look fall-like from downtown tampa. nice and quiet, northerly winds will be picking up at times today especially near the co coast. out of the north at 8. 60 in tampa. our current low, if it holds true, this means this morning tampa since may 7. so a long time coming. dew points are in the mid-40s out the door. a low value, and temperatures are cool enough that i think a lot of us maybe need some long sleeves on. we have some of our breast cancer awareness walks going on this morning. what a great morning for it if you are headed out a light extra layer for the start of the walk. 60 in tampa. 57 in westchase. 66 in st. pete. you are one of the warmer spots this morning, but you are still
the coolest spot out the door. 5, dade city. 53 in brooksville. 57 in plant city. low 60s from venice to sarasota, north port. myacca city, 56. and i believe there is something wrong with the temperature sensor in lakeland, mid-50s as well and 63 in sebring. in the blue, 24-hour changes. 10 degrees cooler to 11 degrees cooler in tampa and brandon. but the best part is that fall, crisp feel to the air, that dry feel to our air masses. our dew point into the 40s and low 50s. pretty much as low as they can get this time of year. it will stay dry all weekend long. now a little breezy today in our coastal areas especially. check out that gust of 28 in clearwater. that is the reason why you have boating plans, second half of the day is better and tomorrow evening better. small-craft advisories are in effect until 11 a.m. there is our cold front, that is our reason we are obviously cooler and drier as high pressure builds in, our winds drop. tomorrow morning even cooler
75 at 3 p.m. a cool afternoon by florida standards. we only hit 76 for the high today. but check out tonight, many more 40s from wesley chapel to crystal river. 55 here in tampa. 52 in brandon. even st. pete down to 63 tomorrow morning. so if you like fall, enjoy it. look ahead to the next couple of mornings which feature 50s and 60s, and then seasonable, mid-60s but not until the end of the week. around the country, look at that blue, with 38, frost advisories for a good chunk of the south cease. the northeast, there are some steady rain lingering and low pressure we are watching for possible tropical development while it is merging with this front. a low chance this will blow up. that won't happen thanks to that wind shear. breezy by the day. fall-like, comfortable. great day. hopefully you like fall 76 for the high. 58 tonight. 40s. those will be developing north of tampa bay and keep in mind
the sun sets, we will gradually bring in the cooler air mass. sunshine on sunday, dehad you lightful in the afternoon. less wind. 78 degrees. our average high is still 83. we are below that all weekend. gusty for the boaters today. so we will call wave heights offshore this morning up to 5 to 7 feet. we are still on high tide. low tide at 2:49 on st. pete pier. seven-day forecast is a winning one. a couple of the models more moisture lat i thursday and friday. after the break, she thought her son had cancer until doctors gave him a different diagnosis. >> up next this fight with a
two surgeries and 47 days in the hospital, she finally has her life back. >> alcides: dr. jo shows how the disease can be especially detrimental in children. >> reporter: between cooking at home and middle school activities. >> i am in agriculture now. >> reporter: you would never guess three years ago at age 11, pete maxim's life came to a screeching halt after a trip to the bathroom. >> you look downnd what was that like? >> well, i was freaking out. >> reporter: mom, e rishtion n, said at first doctors thought it was cancer. >> they said mom, you need to sit down. i am like i don't want to sit down. i know what that means. i was very scared. >> reporter: specialists at hopkins all children's hospital found the real problem, pete has utter colitis. >> children are unique and abdominal pain, diarrhea, they also have issues with growth
puberty and bone health. so nutrition is paramount. >> reporter: the cause of ibd is not clear, but some believe it may be related to heredity, and bacterial imbalances in the gut. whatever the trigger the body basically attacks itself is a glitch in the immune system of the digestive tract. the immune system gets turned on and has trouble getting off. >> reporter: spends four hours getting infusion called remicade. >> it has changed your life. >> yes. >> reporter: it isn't a cure but keeps ibd in check. but also puts him at risk for serious infections. >> it is very easy for him to get sick. we all get flu shots. we all try to keep everything extra clean and all that stuff because he can get very sick, you know. he was once very sick with a bone infection. >> reporter: that bone infection meant spending a week in the hospital. >> they go through a lot.
it really does. >> do you ever think how great it would be if there was a cure for this? >> i would really like that. >> reporter: and so would his mom. >> the tough guy that he is, he could be in the worst pain in the world, i am okay, mom, i am okay. i am so blessed, you know. very blessed. i am so proud of him. >> alcides: irk bd in children can also present likes could city paying, skin rash, mouth sores and mouth problems. study also begin at all children's -- john hopkins all children's hospital to find better ways to diagnose and monitor the disease. if you would like to help join "good day"'s walter allen at the krone's and colitis walk. it begins this afternoon 2:30 at the waterfront park. all the proceeds go to fund this research. if you would like to join in,
web site at fox13news.com. still to come right here on "good day tampa bay." a way of inspiring hope and raising money for women's diagnosed with breast cancer. we are going to go live with tampa breast cancer awareness walk. and. [inaudible] -- >> lindsay: good morning to you if you are headed out to that walk at amalie arena, i hoe linda hurtado will be speaking with us shortly. what a morning for this walk, gosh, 58 degrees. it is cool, a little breezy by the bay. a light extra layer is something that most of you will want to grab. 50s inland. lakeland at 55. 5 in brooksville. 60 here in tampa out the door. we will talk about cooler
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"good day tampa bay." >> alcides: good morning and thank you for joining us this saturday for "good day tampa bay." i am alcides segui. >> anjuli: i am anjuli davis. your forecast with lindsay in just a minute, but first up, a check the headlines. florida highway patrol on the scene of a double fatal accident happening right along the veterans expressway at mile marker two near the courtney campbell.
screen burst into flames after being hit from behind by a mercedes in the northbound lanes. both the driver and the passenger inside died at the scene. the driver of the mercedes was expected of being drunk. they were taken to a local hospital. if you can avoid that area. hillsborough deputies arrest three men they say took part in a very violent home invasion. it happened thursdy afternoon at the bay west club they waited until a 83-year-old woman came outside and one of them forced her back into that house. according to investigators he then beat this woman and then hit her in the head with a metal object. they say he tried taking a safe but was actually tackled by a maintenance worker as he ran away. the two other men were caught by deputies at a nearby gas station. crews continue to search for a missing boat they are morning one day after he disappeared into tampa bay.
boat got stuck and when he got out to push it he sunk below the water. joining us live from the courtney campbell causeway boat ramp. kelly, what can you tell news is. >> reporter: well, the search for that missing boater will resume again this morning. they had to suspend things overnight once darkness fell and now that the sun is coming up, we have already seen tampa pd on the scene this morning as well as the florida fish and wildlifeboat they are concentrating on this area just off my shoulder just off the boat ramp on the courtney campbell causeway. rescuers are looking for a man that went under yesterday just in the afternoon about 3:00. the man was in a rental boat with his fiancee when the boat hit a sand bar. he jumped overboard to push the boat off the sand bar and it went over. the boat drifted as he att attempted to remain afloat, resurfacing twice and when he
time, his fiancee called 911. several agencies, tampa police and marine and they searched for the man until darkness fell last night. and as i told you, a florida fish and wildlifeboat remained on the scene to help with the search overnight, but now that that sun is coming up just behind me, we are expecting to see a lot more dive units out here as the search for that missing boater guys. >> station's kellie cowan reporting for us. thank you. 7:31. if you have boating plans to today, do keep in mind it is a breezy morning. breezy first half of the day. really i would hold off until the afternoon, possibly tomorrow. north-northeast wind at 15 in st. pete. at 66. it is clear. it is bright. it feels fantastic as it is cooler and drier. 57 in frostproof. 53 in brooksville. 60 in tampa.
airport was 58 degrees. cool tart. 63 in sarasota. so we are all in the blue meaning it is 5 degrees cooler than this time yesterday sebring, but 11 here in tampa, and tons of drier air aloft and at the surface makes it feel comfortable and limits our clouds. here is the front. whipping to our south. high pressure settles in, i think you will notice by tomorrow morning, even cooler. 76. that's it for our high this afternoon in tampa. let's go with 78 sunday, but 55 in sunday morning means 40s for lows north of the bay. i will have specific numbers for you coming up. >> anjuli: thank you, lindsay. by the end of this year a quarter of american women will learn they have breast cancer. >> alcides: the diagnosis will change their lives forever but the american cancer society is there to inspire hope. and fox 13's linda hurtado is live in downtown company with details on this year's making strides against breast cancer walk. good morning to you, linda. i know this holds a special
place in your heart, doesn't it? >> sure does, alcides. first of all, such a beautiful morning. i have a jacket on for the first time in i don't know how long. come down to amalie arena for the making strides against breast cancer walk. it does hold a special place in my heart as you mentioned. i was diagnosed with breast cancer five years ago in october. i can't believe it has been five years. but you know i was very involved with the american cancer society long before that because my mother was diagnosed with american cancer society helped her with many of their programs that we will be talking about today. first introduce john labad with lazy days. he is also the event chair. let's start with how -- you are expecting 20,000 people here today. how do you put together an event like this? >> with an awesome team of volunteers, as well as an incredible staff at the american cancer society. so he i have been very blessed to help put a team like this
>> reporter: everybody has been touched by cancer and you have a personal reason for doing this. the beautiful woman standing next to you. introduce us to her. >> i have two sisters who are breast cancer survivors and my wife, hero and inspiration syril is a breast cancer survivors. 23 years surviving breast cancer. >> reporter: you are an inspiration to me and that's what i like about the walks. you meet so many people who are survived cancer, look great, look beautiful just like you. what does here today? >> it is deeply moving. one of the things you learn about you the experience of cancer is how much we depend on each other for support and to move forward in all aspects of life, and i know for our experience, that i have lived my life so much better having gone through the experience almost 24 years ago at this point. >> you take every day and just enjoy it. >> a blessing.
you can dress in a coat. you can dress in shorts. people dressed in shorts. or dress up like these young ladies. a fun event. you can wear a tutu or just jeans. what is your name and what team are you with? >> i am tania washington. >> reporter: what is it about walks like this, ladies that you like to come out and participate? >> i like just supports cancer survivors because my mom is a ten-year survivor. >> reporter: you remember what it was like when your mom was diagnosed. >> it was kind of sad and scary because she didn't know anything about it, so it was crazy. >> reporter: so now you guys come out here and it is a positive thing. tell everybody why they should get up and come join you. >> you come out and have fun. if you want to lose weight, you can do that too. just do a lot of stuff with people. >> reporter: see the cowgirls rustling up here. one more question before we take off. so you don't have to be a survivor to come out to the
what all is out here for people to enjoy if they decide to go for a walk in downtown tampa. >> loads of fun activities here as you can see from the thunder alley. we have a lot of our sponsors with booths, but most importantly, i think the experience of sharing it with everyone, all your friends and families and the survivors and the patients going through t this. >> reporter: so we have a kickoff that will start about 9:00. i am going to be emceeing it. you are going to be speaking. a message to send. >> thank you everyone for really support we all here to fight this battle of breast cancer. >> reporter: yes, we are. you probably used reach for recovery and the look good, feel good for the american cancer society. we have a band playing down here that we will show you a little bit later. we have a survivor's tent, dunkin' donuts is set up. we have some food, and as you can see are the the crowd is starting to gather and we are expecting about 20,000 people out here this morning. a walk -- you can walk up and
8:00. i will be right back with you introducing to you more fine people making strides against breast cancer. until then, back to you all. >> alcides: linda, before you go, starts at 9:00, how long does it go until? >> reporter: how long does it go to? kicks off at 9:30 and the walk probably take about an hour. a 5 k walk. so 10:30, 11, people will probably be here now until noon, alcides, such a nice day. a band playing the party will continue until people leave ferg's. >> alcides: i love it. a gorgeous day. linda, appreciate it. see you at 8:00. >> reporter: all right. coming up, an adorable little girl goes from super girl to overnight superstar. >> anjuli: all because of her epic outfit choice for school picture day. picture day. you got t amendment 1 guarantees your right to generate your own solar energy.
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welcome back. the time 17:40. she is only 3 years old but one little girl in california is making national headlines all because of her decision to put on a school picture. >> anjuli: so cute. she is adorable. this little girl who suffers from partial deafness is called an inspiration for others. fox's sara zimmerman has the story. >> reporter: it's a bird. it's a plane. it's -- peter man is superman is side kick and wardrobe. >> i wanted her to be as independent as possible.
offended when she chose the costume over the three outfits he picked for her. he is also not surprised. she dresses up like this for school all the time. >> i love her wearing these. >> reporter: the 3-year-old's fashion choice went viral. carrie ann's picture was shared all over the country. >> still astonished by it. ican't believe what is happening. >>reporter: there is more to this rockland toddler than her love for superheroes. >> 75% deaf b both of her e getting laughs and smiles on the internet. super girl's parents are overwhelmed with support from the deaf community. they say she is an inspiration. >> being deaf isn't necessarily a disability that you are still able to go out there and show -- be yourself, be creative. >> reporter: she can't hear the letter s. that is why superman is pooter man. she doesn't let the impairment get in the way and proudly
knows sign language. for all the support, kaley ann has one thing to say. >> can you say thank you? >> thank you. >> anjuli: what an angel. this may surprise you somehow kaley ann doesn't have her halloween costume ready just yet. she has a lot of choices to choose from. >> alcides: she is a supe superhero. a holy get away >> the pope is opening up his doors to his summer home. a massive fire breaks out to a facility out west. the lot more. 7:42, i think you will be driving with the windows down or cracked this morning. it feels wonderful. it is cool. fall finally here. took its time and hear this morning. 60 degrees in tampa. waking up in the 50s from bartow to leesburg to crystal river. jackets. we will talk about a mild
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tracks and a back yard fence as well. scientists say a nasa sp spacecraft in or bit around mars has taken a picture of a large smudge where a european mars lander should be. the photo suggests the lander hit the right spot but may have been destroyed in a fiery ball of rocket fuel because it was traveling too fast. nasa says contact was lost with that rover just before landing. if you were looking for a getaway, pope summer home is now open to the public. it offers a glimpse into 400 years of history. one of the main attractions is the pope's bedroom. it is one of 20 marbled floor rooms overlooking an extinct volcano at lake arbano with si south rome. i am trying to read and look at the videotape too. pope francis doesn't use the home because it is too luxurious for his liking. that the bed there --
>> alcides: i was thinking a bigger bed like a super king-sized. you. >> lindsay: all about the view, i guess. >> alcides: somebody went in my ear and said he is not married. i know he is not married. [laughter] >> lindsay: how about out the door this morning -- [ laughter ] -- >> alcides: my goodness. >> lindsay: i am laughing at you alcides, crunching the numbers last time it was this cool. our official low was 58. that means the comeest morning since april 10 over seven months since we have been in 58 brookdale, bayshore. linda hurtado had her jacket on for the breast cancer awareness walk. and in pasco county, still time to check them out. a lot of sunshine all day long. not expecting any clouds.
the beach and on the water. so you can see what is happening. we have a north-northeast wind which is an offshore breeze at 64. a little choppy at the beach and especially for the bowers. if you must do any boating, wait until after 11 a.m. when that small-craft advisory expires. cool enough for jackets i think area wide. 2 in sebring. 55 in lakeland. brooksville, 53. 66 degrees in st. pete. factor in the 24-hour changes and we are anywhere from 5 degrees it is so tomorrow for theable with our dew points in the 40s and 50s. these may even drop a little more throughout the day. that crisp fall feel that we have been missing are back with us for today, but sunday, even monday and even into tuesday as our dew points climb pushing the 60s mid. week. we have a cup of days to enjoy it and the cooler warnings will be enjoyable as well. at times that northerly surge. sustained winds at 15 at st. pete. a little gusty at times and
the state even south florida will get a small taste today. and look at all the dry air as high pressure builds in. water vapor imagery showing the red shade. no clouds. limited clouds and tomorrow a few clouds. our front attached to low pressure a ton of rain to the northeast. ongoing steady showers from upstate new york to philadelphia this morning. this slips east throughout day, and this low near this front will not develop for any tropical characteristics due that proximate toyment that wind shear near the front. 38, chicago, 47, bristol. 47 in atlanta. we look at our 60s. all relative. highs today in the mid-70s. 77 in arcadia. 76 in tampa. 74 in brooksville. below average should be in the low 80s and should be at 66 overnight. so 11 degrees below average tomorrow morning and even cooler. look at the 40s, brooksville, leesburg, crystal river in the 40s tomorrow. even sarasota at 56 for the
this morning, you will need it tomorrow morning. 76. breezy by the day. sunny and fall-like. enjoy the day. a-us will in my opinions. 40s tonight. an sun sets at 6:54. a cool one in a hurry. and delightful with less wind. that means improvement for the boaters. small-craft advisory until 11 a.m. today. drop it tomorrow and bring the 80s back on monday but no rain until at least thursday or friday with low-end rain chances world news, an international team from the un says the syrian government has carried out a third chemical attack on its own people. helicopters dropped barrel bombs holding chlorine gas back in march of 2015. syria agreed to destroy its chemical weapons in 2013 under an agreement brokered by russia and the united states. the security council backed up that agreement with the resolution saying if syria did not comply, it will face
action. meanwhile, the un's human rights council has passed a resolution calling for enhanced investigations into human right allegations and abuses in the syrian si of aleppo. the council voted 24-7 last night in favor of this measure which is aimed to put pressure on russia. aleppo has even a recent onslaught of bombings by russia and syrian air power. when we come back, it is
finally this hour: you are watching "good day tampa bay." a host of fox 13 personalities will be attuckss and tails event in tampa. the event the humane society of tampa bay but also helps pets find new homes. >> my name is shiri silk and the ceo of the humane society of tampa bay. saturday is our 17th annual black tie tuxes and tails [dogs barking] >> where we raise a whole lot of money to help support these animals in need. this is our only black tie event and by far our largest fundraiser, so we do really
he can pences of taking care over 7,000 animals each year. we do lots of different things attuckss and tails and part is a silent auction, and this year an outstanding array -- 125 different baskets are r available for sale, and people donate this and people bid continue to. a live auction and a great party where we have adoptable animals like this little girl. this is lindsay. and lindy is -- lindy and just one adorable she came in with her littermates as little stray puppies and we fostered them and ready for adoption and me me attuckss and tails. all the animals that we take to the convention center all get adopted. a wonderful way to end the evening when everybody gets to go home. not only do we do over 7,000 adoptions every single year, a full service animal hospital for affordable health care, for folks who can't afford going to their veterinarian, they can come to our hospital to keep
them in to a shelter and all kind of community outreach events. a free food program. a meals program. a meals-on-wheels for animals and educational programs for kids. so we are really out in the community a lot more than people realize. not just about adoptions. [dogs barking] we have our pumpkin patch going through the end of october. we sell pumpkins. a lot of things in the community trying to get people to support the plight of homeless animals. we are hoping that we do very, very well. we are hoping to net over $2 $200,000 at this event [dogs barking] >> so far tampa bay has not let us down and hopefully will make that number. >> anjuli: such a fun event. tickets are no longer available but next year's tuxes and tail s october 14. alcides with what is coming up at 8:00. >> alcides: as the sun comes out crews are back out searching for a missing boater. kellie cowan will have the latest on that search coming up.
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: crews are back out this morning searching for a missing boater who went missing off the court knee campbell causeway. the latest on the search coming up. a special meeting with mickey and not a dry eye in the entire house for it. the story behind this priceless moment at disney world. good saturday morning, everyone, thank you so much for joining us, i am alcides segui. >> anjuli: and i am anjuli davis. much more on those stories in a minute. lindsay is up and a perfect start to our saturday. >> lindsay: we have been waiting on fall, guys and here in a big way. the coolest of the season. the most refreshing of the season. we are down to 59 at the airport. our low in tampa was 58 deg degrees.