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right now authorities are investigat >>russell: right now authorities are investigating a series of hit and run crashes in three different counties. developing this morning, the search for these dangerous drivers. >>laura: craze has people arming themselves as they prepare to go trick-or-treating. pick a different costume this halloween. >>russell: and cubs fans rejoice. chicago getting another shot at breaking that long standing curse. >>dave: nice, comfy, 68 degrees out at tampa international. yes, a little bit of normal. dew points in the 60s. fortunately for us, no significant changes here on this
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we'll get back up into the mid 80s for highs today. but sun goes down, 6:46. we should be good to go after that and for trick-or-treaters, it will slide back into the upper 70s. >>vanessa: thank you. here at 6:01, looks like the biggest incident is out of manatee county. we do have a deadly crash that's working with lane blocks along state road 64. crashes reported west of taylor road and it is a full will be affected. best work around is a little out of the way but it is here. state road 62 to the north. we'll let you know once the lanes clear out. >>laura: florida highway patrol is investigating a deadly hit and run crash on state road 64 just west of the hardee county line. both lanes of 64 are currently closed. troopers have not released the name of the person killed or said yet whether they've made any arrests.
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the story. >>russell: authorities are asking for the public's help identifying a man involved in a hit and run crash in pinellas county. >>laura: and several people were injured. this happened yesterday morning near the intersection of u.s. highway 19 and roosevelt boulevard in clearwater. before the crash, troopers clocked a 2015 honda civic going 90 miles per hour in a 55-mile-per-hour zone. when they tried to stop the car, they say the driver took off, veering onto the u.s. 19 he crashed into a honda crv. the impact caused that second car to turn and crash into two others. thankfully, no one was seriously injured. after the initial crash, the driver of the first car took off on foot. this goi was later spotted in the lobby of the rodeway inn hotel. if you recognize this man or have any information to help
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patrol or crime stoppers. >>russell: authorities are still searching for a driver involved in a hit and run that killed a tampa woman and seriously injured a sheriff's deputy. shayla reaves is live at lakeland regional. >>reporter: good morning to you. we can tell you the deputy, adam panell, remains hospitalized here. he is said to have suffered some serious injuries, including a broken bones. as he continues to recover and he's also expected to have surgery this week, we know deputies and investigators are continuing to look for the driver who hurt the deputy and killed a citizen he was trying to help. take a look at this video. this is video of the area we're talking about. this is state road 60 in lake wales. the scene unfolded after midnight saturday. while the deputy was on his way
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authorities say the deputy spotted a woman standing on the side of the road. he stopped to speak with her and found out she crashed into a tree and suffered injuries. you're seeing deputy panell on your screen. he called medics that arrived within minutes to something unexpected. not only was the citizen hurt but he suffered injuries, too. both struck by a driver who veered onto the median and did not stick around to help. 33-year-old jessica of tampa did not survive the added trauma. the deputy is expected to recover from his injuries and according to deputies, and investigators, we know that throughout the weekend, several businesses in the area, they spent that time searching, checking cameras, trying to find any sort of video, any clues, any evidence that could help them track down the driver who did not stick around in this case. we're told the vehicle could
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front end damage. heartland crime stoppers is offering a reward up to $3,000 for information that helps lead to the identity and the arrest of the person responsible for this hit and run. we know over the weekend, the sheriff judd did speak out about this saying that his department will be working day and night until this case is solved. he refers to the person who left the scene as a coward. anyone out there, if you have any information about this cras anything connected to this case, you're certainly urged to give the polk county sheriff's office a call. reporting in lakeland, shayla reaves, fox 13 news. >>laura: one person dead and another injured after a shootout at a hotel in tampa. this happened yesterday afternoon at the former red roof inn. it's now called the tampa hotel. police say that two men started shooting at each other over drugs and one of the men died at the scene. the other was taken to the hospital where he was treated and arrested.
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any names. >>russell: 3-year-old boy is in the hospital after a television fell on top of him. this happened yesterday at a home in the hudson estates neighborhood. emergency crews requested a helicopter to rush the child to the hospital. we're waiting for an update on his condition. >>laura: while some see dressing up as a clown as a joke, law enforcement agencies are urging people to reconsider. >>russell: shaken by the threats, some parents plan to trick-or-treating tonight. police typically increased patrols for halloween, but they're asking trick-or-treaters to think about safety before leaving the house. they want people to avoid wearing clown costumes. there have been several cases of people getting hurt. in california a u tuber was pistol whipped by a man he was
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low until the heat of this dies down. simply put, don't take any chances on this. >>laura: and miami beach officials are hoping the zika virus will not scare away crowds. outdoor shopping centers are typically busy this time of year. this year instead of candy, the city is handing out bottles of free mosquito repellant. >>russell: just over a week until election day, democratic presidential nominee hillary knocked offcourse. her campaign is pressing the f.b.i. to release new details about the email inquiry. >>laura: donald trump is rallying in his supporters. >> what do you do? sit down all day and just keep typing? this is a single biggest scandal since watergate. >> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with
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and so we've called on director comey to explain everything right away, put it all out on the table. right? >>laura: the f.b.i. has obtained a warrant for emails. they were found on a device seized during the unrelated sexting case. investigators apparently knew about the emails for weeks but did not brief f.b.i. director comey until last week, prompting a letter to congress. the timing of the letter has drawn criticism from democrats and some republicans who see it tipping scales in trump's favor. >>russell: more than 30% of likely voters say they are less inclined to support clinton after this weekend's revelations about the f.b.i. the abc "the washington post"
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means just 1700 respondents could be asked about the new emails. still 34% said they were less likely to vote for clinton. she currently leads trump by a single percentage point according to the same poll. >>laura: and the i-4 corridor is where this election could be won. 6 1/2 million people live along the 140 mile highway accounting for a third of florida's registered voters and that's why you can expect to see a lot of candidates and their supporters over trump's running mate, mike pence, will be in town today. he's appearing at the st. pete clearwater airport. the doors open at 4:00. you can still sign up for free tickets on trump's official website. hillary clinton will be in tampa tomorrow but a time and place have not been set just yet. you can sign up for updates on her campaign website. her husband, former president clinton will be in st. petersburg tomorrow at the wildwood rec center. the doors for that open at 5:30. >>russell: with their season
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held off the indians in game five of the world series. they came away with a 3-2 win sunday night. the series will shift back to cleveland tomorrow night for game six and possibly a game seven. you can see it here on fox 13. >>laura: at 6:30, important information for parents, especially tonight. we'll show you how to find all of the sexual predators and offenders near your neighborhood. >> oil pipeline gets big we are millions of dollars pouring in from across america. >>dave: 6:10 on a lovely monday morning. brooksville has gone up above 62 degrees. 63 this crystal river and sunshine, beautiful. back to mid 80s today. trick or treat forecast is
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>>dave: you know, we're actually close to record highs, believe
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like 87, 88 degrees. record was 89. today the forecast high is 86 with a record near 90. that's how warm it's been and it's going to continue the next several days. by the weekend, okay, let's say by friday, a front is going to come through. that front will dry us out as we're going in through the weekend so we're going to get -- it's going to get nicer. we're stuck with a moderate humidity for several more days. 65 i have lower 70s from crystal river to weeki wachee. good morning, dade city. you're at 63 degrees. bradenton at 67. myakka city at 65 and a whole bunch of mid 60s, poel, hardee, de soto and highlands county. as warm as it is right now and a lot of temperatures are above normal, it's just four to seven degrees cooler than it was yesterday at this time. i wasn't outside yesterday at
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muggy type of morning. we're four to seven degrees cooler and still above normal. dew points are manageable. they're still in the moderate category and over the next probably three, four days, that is not going to change. we're going to keep the dew points in the mid 60s which puts us like, okay. i can feel the humidity but it's not oppressive. the difference the front is going to make by the time it comes through on friday, it's going to dry us out. it's going to take the numbers and knock them in the 50s. it's going to feel nicer as we go into the weekend but it will take several days for that process to occur. you can see the front meandering to the northwest so the unseasonably warm weather continues today all the way through, i'm thinking until thursday and then the subtle changes for friday. by the way, when this front comes through, no rain with it.
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that's going to continue. 86 degrees for a high temperature today. it will be nice, it will be warm. our temperatures tonight drop back to 68 degrees under starry skies and tomorrow, a few clouds, continued seasonably warm with a high around 86 degrees. boaters, seas two feet with a moderate chop so really very similar to what we had over the weekend and notice how we're sitting at low to mid 80s. by the way, it's this weekend, saturday night you come to get an extra hour come sunday and let's do some dancing because we got the mummy and there it is. we're looking great tonight. 7:00 we'll be down to about 78 to 81 degrees and it will be good to go. nice and dry for trick-or-treaters. his bandages are coming off because he's doing too much dancing. >>vanessa: a little too much fun. >>dave: it is my goal today to
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that graphic. >>vanessa: i don't think so. jen did a good job dancing in the 4:00. she had the devil horns on and everything. we want to switch gears, get to roadways. big heads up for benjamin road in the area of sligh avenue. we have reports of people throwing rocks at cars. f.h.p. is aware of this. it's been crenshaw and flora. so if you have to head that way, use extreme caution. otherwise, if you could a lot safer until f.h.p. and other authorities are able to clear out the situation. 6:17. we're going to continue on with the road report here. looks like we have a disabled vehicle northbound on 75 so use caution here as well. shouldn't expect any major delays. this is going to be blocking a right lane in the northbound direction so make sure you're skirting to the left. >>laura: thank you.
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a man wanted in a string of violent crimes ends with a suspect today. vance was wanted for multiple crimes. he was shot and killed after a half hour long car chase and a gun battle in western oklahoma. authorities believe that vance filmed two facebook live videos documenting his run from police. >>russell: mass shooting at a halloween party in new york leaves two people dead, five others hurt. 18-year-old women killed. she lived five blocks from the party and made a last minute decision to go with a friend. the search for the gunman or gunmen remains underway. >>laura: newly released surveillance shows a man with a machete going on a rampage through a terminal at the new orleans airport. this happened in march of last year and this video shows richard white. watch him. richard white attempting to go through a preclearance lane.
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spraying people with wasp spray. a deputy shot him and he died the next day after refusing medical treatment. >>jennifer: jury selection begins in a case that sparked debates over race and deadly force by law enforcement. witness recorded slager firing multiple rounds as scott ran in slager's attorney says there's more to it, including a fight over the officer's taser. scott was originally pulled over for a broken taillight. slager faces 30 years to life in prison if convicted and faces federal charges which could bring a life sentence. last year the city of north charleston reached a $6.5 million civil settlement with scott's family. 200 people expected to report to jury selection today. there's still a chance that none
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slagger's attorney filed a motion for a change of venue. 85% of people in the area saw the video, tainting the pool. >>laura: after a goal of $5,000, the legal fund for the north dakota protestors has topped $1 million. demonstrators are taking on a $4 billion pipeline project slated to move oil from north dakota to a shipping point in illinois. they worry the project will disrupt hit water sources. over the weekend, mysterious fire spread through one of the protest camps. many living in the camp were scared. the cause of the fire is now under investigation. >>russell: well, who says flower girl has to be young or even a girl? >>laura: the very brilliant idea from one very sentimental bride. here is one way to kick off the halloween celebration.
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? ? ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ? ? hush my darling... ? ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] ? hush my darling... ? [snoring.] ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.]
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it's time to see what's clicking on the web. walter is here with this morning's hot clicks. >>laura: time to see what's clicking on the web. >>walter: happy halloween to you. we're going to get to some halloween stuff in a minute, but we want to talk about wedding and wedding season. typical questions. what color will the bridesmaid dresses be? what is going to be the flower girl? woman in georgia knew the answer to that one. she asked her 85-year-old grandfather to be the flower girl at her october he's apparently an avid walker so up to the task. he was a little hesitant about being called a flower girl. he was the flower grandpa. bride said as soon as he walked out, i heard constant laughter. apparently after he got done with the flowers, he forgot everything he was supposed to do but that was okay. >>russell: that's great. >>walter: is that awesome? >>russell: it is. >>walter: that's cute. now to the halloween story that i was preparing you for.
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squash. here come the elephants to step on the thousand pound squash. animals, they were very happy. they got to eat the broken pieces afterwards. the annual squashing of the squash is the prelaid to the portland zoo halloween. i became more in love with them at lowry park zoo. elephants are fast when they want to be. like squash, they'll come running. look how cute they are. >>russell: spectacular creatures. >>walter: here's a little fact. you can be the next hot click. we want to see your kids and pets dressed up for halloween. we'll show them today and tomorrow, throughout the
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adorable. hope to see your pictures. >>russell: very cute. >>walter: i saw a picture, he wasn't very happy with the blowup in front of his house. he was a jabba the hut blowup. >>laura: he's getting so big. all right. thank you. still ahead on "good day," we know that world series ticket prices are through the rough. how to save on super bowl seats. >>russell: it's some important safety information. good morning, kenny. >>reporter: good morning. the scariest people out tonight are not the folks dressed up in goblin or ghoul outfits and they're going to be ?? cozy up this fall with dunkin's coffee and espresso flavors. sip salty and sweet with our new salted caramel macchiato
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((russell 2shot) good morning.. happy halloween.. i'm russell r >>russell: welcome. happy halloween. i'm russell rhodes. >>laura: and i'm laura moody. good morning. we hope your halloween costume isn't too heavy. make sure you ever -- you have plenty of ventilation. >>dave: you know on halloween night, it's typically warm but it's not going to rain and we're not going to have oppressive humidity. that's two out of three. we're good. great start to the day. very mild start. we have lower 60s to the north. tampa is in the upper 60s, one or two 70s along the immediate coastline. it's going to be a fantastic finish as temperatures go back up to the mid 80s. it will slide back to the upper 70s. tomorrow keeping it warm again with highs right back to about 86 degrees. vanessa? >>vanessa: thank you. we have an update out of manatee county. at the top of the hour, we mentioned a deadly hit and run
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we're learning this does involve a pedestrian and a vehicle as we told you before left the scene. vehicle suspected to be a 2009 or newer ford super duty pickup truck. if you know anything about this crash, please contact florida highway patrol. 64 is still shut down, both directions west of taylor road so continue to avoid the area. meantime, just a quick update to this rock throwing incident. we told you in the last report authorities were north of sligh avenue because somebody or one person, two people, maybe more, throwing rocks at cars in the area. you might see a deputy presence in the area and might even hear a sheriff's office helicopter. sounds like they're getting in on this with the search to find whoever is doing this but just to throw that out there for you, this is still working and you want to use some extreme caution in the area. sounds like this could be a crash waiting to happen.
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>>laura: authorities are still searching for a driver involved in a hit and run that killed a tampa woman and seriously injured a sheriff's deputy. early saturday morning, deputy adam panell was talking to two women on the side of state road 60. that was near lake wales. she had wrecked her car in a ditch. not long after, another vehicle swerved off the road and struck them. she was pronounced dead at the hospital. deputy panell survived with lt remains in the hospital this morning. >>russell: today relatives of the pulse nightclub shooting victims will get a chance to speak at a hearing to decide whether all the 911 calls made during the massacre should be made public. city has released 2/3 of the calls but some withheld due to graphic nature. the mother wrote a letter to the judge and she said releasing the recordings would be devastating. media organizations have argued
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police response. >>laura: st. petersburg police aren't sure why a man wanted to break in the florida holocaust museum. surround vaifance video shows a 23-year-old kicking and breaking a security panel before entering the building. he was inside for several minutes but nothing was damaged or taken. he was arrested and charged with commercial burglary. he was released on $5,000 bail. >>russell: it's 6:33. you know the basics of halloween safety, walk on the sidewalk, don't eat cdy dad looking at it. >>laura: this day and age, there's so much more to worry about, including whose door you're noshging on. ken is live in tampa with some important information for all of us on this halloween morning. good morning. >>reporter: good morning. it's really like a double edged sword. it is definitely a fun holiday where adults get dressed up and kids get dressed up and have a good time trick-or-treating
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interest in mind. bottom line, this can be a hoot to go out trick-or-treating but you have to do it safely. we have tips this morning. parents should think along these lines. only let your kids trick or treat at homes when the front porch light is on. kids should only go into homes with a trusted adult, bring a cell phone in case of emergency, only eat wrapped candy and as you said before, you have to think about something that's very uncomfortable to think about and that is predators. bottom line, we looked up a number of talking about 244. now, joe had some fun by putting up this background for they. tat's the fun part of it. the not so fun part is we put his address into a website and found out there were two sexual predators in his very nice neighborhood. a guy that's not real surprising and here's a surprising part, a woman as well. you look at their pictures, and you would never know they had that kind of a background.
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your neighbors are. you may know them but not all of them. so fa information is on our website. go to that will tell you everything you need to know to have a wonderfully safe halloweenment back to you guys. >>laura: thank you. >>russell: no relief for central italy after another strong earthquake rocks the region. yesterday a 6.6 magnitude quake, strongest since 1980 shook same area that was hit in august and a pair of after shocks last week. thousands are homeless. seismologists expect after shocks and smaller quakes to continue the next several days. >>laura: australia's largest theme park will remain closed indefinitely after four people were killed when a rode malfunctioned. dream world was originally scheduled to reopen friday but remained closed over backlash for failing to contact the victims' families. company hired an expert to help
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part of a permanent memorial. they are offering extensions on season passes and refunds on day passes. >>russell: bob dylan wants to attend the nobel prize ceremony if possible. at first there was no word from him. now he says the announcement just left his speechless. the ceremony is december. >>laura: sort of sounds like he's just pencilling it in, though. if possible. these are happy and relieved chicago fans. for the first time in 71 years, the cubs are celebrating a world series win at wrigley field. and if you didn't hear the chance of two more wins, you might have thought a world series title had been clinched. but in all fairness, if the cubs are to win the world series outright, they still have an uphill battle to climb. >>russell: now the city heads
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and joe maddon knows chicago will have to score for runs. >> you have to punch and counter punch all the time. three runs held up beautifully. >>russell: final store was 3-2. ben zobrist had rough -- one of the runs for the cubs. the games you can see right here on fox 13. >>laura: individual tickets, listen to this, are going up world series. tickets to last night's game were averaging about $2,000. >>russell: the last minute ticket frenzy got us thinking. how can you save money on the hot seats? >>laura: with less than 100 days until the super bowl, we see how the early bird gets the worm on this. >>reporter: elusive super bowl tickets. it lands between bowling a perfect game and capturing big
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it's just hard enough so how do you get one? well, you've either got to be really rich. >> right now ticket prices are starting around $3400. >>reporter: or you have to have a season ticket holder for either of the two teams or the city. then you can enter a lottery but only for 1.5% of available seats. >> two teams that participate in the super bowl get 35% of the super bowl tickets. th city. another 35% go to the remainder of the nfl employees and players and then 25% is to about sponsors. >>reporter: many people who already have tickets like players, sell them to brokers who resell to the public for a profit. so you have a shot. you just have to pony up. >> around $3400 just to get in the super bowl. that's usually upper level end zones. then you move towards the
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valuable so it's probably up about $200 more. when you go down to the lower level, you're looking around $4500 a ticket and lower level end zone and then when you move to what we call prime lower level seats, it's from $7,500 and up. >>reporter: if you're going to spend that kind of money anyway, you might as well buy a hospitality package. they start at $6,000 a person. >> the nfl hospitality packages are the only ones that to be inside the stadium and inside the center for the hospitality and pregame parties. >>reporter: v.i.p. parties, rushing the field after the game. >> we're down to a few hundred so you'll want to think about that great christmas gift or maybe checking off a bucket list item for super bowl 51. >>reporter: and you'll know your exact seat. if you buy from a ticket broker, you'll know the zone but not the
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before. >> trading for time share, trading the motorcycle, selling the -- pawning off some stuff. >>reporter: switching your motorcycle seat for a super bowl seat? we wouldn't blame you. >>russell: if you saw it, you know. bucs just cannot seem to win at home. things started off good. bucs were up 10-0 at one point but then the raiders turned it around and beat the bucs in overtime with two minutes left on what's crazy about that game is that the raiders had to overcome an nfl record of 23 penalties to do it. after the game, bucs quarterback jameis winston thought the team worked hard. >>laura: painful to watch. and this is why you don't hug the ref. seahawks played the saints and this play is going viral.
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unsportsman like penalty. immediately reached into his pocket for a flag. that's a 15-year-old penalty. thomas didn't realize he was flagged for the hug until after the seahawks 25-20 loss to the saints. >>russell: steve stamkos had a great goal last night. unfortunately, it was the only one they scored. 6-1. ryan callaha missing the first eight games after hip surgery but that's it. they play the islanders tomorrow night. >>laura: dave has the trick or treat forecast in a bit as well as a change for this coming weekend. you're going to love t. >>russell: and time is running out if you don't have a halloween costume. last minute solutions that won't have you breaking the bank. >> there's a desert in tampa's
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>>dave: it is a beautiful monday morning. it's warm, temperatures for the most part above normal. sun city center, love that 59 degrees tho morning. it's 63 in brandon, 64 i tampa. tampa international, upper 60s and of course, we had the 7 0z clearwater to st. petersburg. 63 in crystal river, same for friends in dade city this morning. good morning, sarasota. you're at 69 degrees. mid 60s for venice, englewood, sebring, even though the temperatures are above normal, this got me this morning when i came in. okay. temps are above normal but they're four to seven degrees
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morning. i was like, what? really? it was that much warmer? northeast winds continue so the weather pattern again, really en changed. we had a little cloud cover come through late last night, very early this morning. that's gone. so it's going to be an absolutely beautiful sunrise. and notice how the drier air aloft has settled back in. do you remember last week when we had a lot of those mid to upper level clouds? and at some point it was just mostly cloudy all day. we're n this time around. we'll have a few clouds mixing in with sunshine. honestly, a great fall-like day. temperatures will continue to run just a smidge above normal for this time of year. with no rain to speak of, even with that northeast wind, really not much for the east coast as well. you take see on the future cast, it tries to paint one or two sprinkles in later this week, but it's few and far between. we do have a cold front that's going to come through late in the day on friday.
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it. we're not anticipating rain with it, although we are anticipating drier air and nice weather for the upcoming weekend. mostly sunny, nice, warm today. high temperature around 86 degrees. mostly clear skies overnight tonight. we'll probably wake up tomorrow morning in the tampa area right back where we are now, in the upper 60s, low to mid 60s inland and north and 70-degree temperature or two at the beaches. then a few clouds for tuesday. seasonable warmth continues with your high around 86 degrees. moderate chop for boaters today and northeast wind around 15 knots. water temperature still holding at 74 degrees. high tide at 4:00 this afternoon after a morning low tide which is going to be at 9:19. our next seven days, we'll show you again, absent the rain chances, we're quiet, we're dry. notice the cooler weather for next weekend.
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clocks back. saturday night when you go to bed, okay, so we're going to get a little extra early sunrise which i like on sunday morning. >>vanessa: looking forward to the extra hour of sleep. thanks, dave. right now 6:48. in case you missed it, we're following a water main break that's releasing drains and it's down to one lane between 22nd examine -- and 32nd streets. it's from over the until about 5:00 in the afternoon. expect heavier than normal conditions probably through the area or if you would like even better to avoid, once it starts to get in towards the busier part of our morning commute. speaking of which, we're getting there. look at our travel times right now. typically it's clear on 75 southbound but we're already in the yellow zone with moderate congestion.
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travel times look about normal for this time of morning. switch gears. we'll get over to charley belcher. happy monday. >>charley: happy halloween to you, vanessa. >>vanessa: how is it going? >>charley: good. we had halloween fun over the weekend. i think i have a photo, my wife and i dressed up as a classic 70s -- actually 60s. i watched it in the 70s but it was gilligan's island from the 60s. i was skipper and she was my little buddy, and we met up with jennifer epstein and her wonderful husband. i think i have it on my phone here. >>vanessa: they showed both of them. >>charley: you saw the picture
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>>vanessa: yes. you and gilligan and then the comparison. >>charley: nice. nice. thank you. then there's a picture of jennifer epstein and her husband jeremy and i was going to see if you could tell what they were. >>jennifer: jack and jill after the hill. >>charley: they were jack and jill post poem. >>vanessa: very clever. >>charley: they had already them, jack and jill went through like an explosion went off. it was more than just rolling down the hill. >>vanessa: there's going through some things. >>charley: it was quite the battle. good stuff. we were at -- there was a costume contest. jen and jeremy got second in the contest. >>vanessa: who was first? >>charley: mr. and mrs. elvira.
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and jeremy? >>vanessa: yeah. we saw. >>charley: i really need a monitor. >>vanessa: remember back in the day when they used to do that? we're getting the wrap. >>charley: speaking of halloween, candy is on everybody's mind so we've come to the florida candy factory where they make the angel mints. they've been doing it for many, many, many years here so we're going to talk about everything from salt water taffy to the tonight. ?? halloween excitement is back at dunkin' with halloween donuts and munchkins. drizzled, decorated, and all dressed up for the season, pick up a box and share the fun. america runs on dunkin'. pick up a box and share the fun. under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective,
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... each is expected acchiato or drink in the season with the classic taste of pumpkin. america runs on dunkin'. >>russell: 171 americans expect to spend $83, up from $74 last yeerp. 67% of those celebrating plan to buy a costume, spending $3.1 billion to get the perfect look. >>laura: here are the top five most popular children's costumes this year. superheroes followed by princesses. animals third. emma is going to be sly the fox. batman gets his own category at fourth place followed by star
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adults, batman characters are hot this year fuelled by the suicide squad movie. witches are a yearly favorite followed by animals, superheroes and vampires. >>russell: and those lists are great if you have time to plan or buy a costume. but today is halloween and time is up. >>laura: but don't fret. we found a few last minute costumes you can throw together with some things lying around the house. start with a couple's costume and this one is obvious. hillary trump. with some creative combing and a stylish pant suit, these aren't hard to pull off. you can even print out campaign signs to add the personal touch. >>russell: and keeping with current events, you'll be hard pressed to find a costume any easier than this. ken bone made famous. his red sweater and white button down shirt and, of course, that
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don't forget the khakis for bonus points. >>laura: there are plenty of zombies. the show's new villain is pretty scary. you need a leather jacket, baseball balt and a 5:00 shadow. >>russell: there are people dressing up as 11. you need a blonde wig and a box of eggo waffles. i haven't seen the show of the i'm sorry. if you really want to commit to the role, you have to shave your head. i could do that. you can buy lights and be the message wall used to communicate with the upside down. i don't know what i'm reading. for a couples costume idea, find
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play wynona ryder's character. there it is. we want to see your kids and pets dressed up. use the hashtag "good day" tb and we'll show them today and tomorrow and throughout the morning. the election and effect on the holidays. many are waiting until ee laekz day to start shopping. >>laura: tampa, are you ready to mingle? >>russell: and average kid eats from trick-or-treating. but wait until you hear how many calories the parents consume. you don't want that. that's dark chocolate. you don't like that. that's at 7:00. >>dave: it's true. and i'm sure it's double that amount. halloween forecast, seasonably warm today as we go back up to around 86 degrees. our normal high temperature being around 81 but you know what? it's going to be beautiful this evening once that sun goes down. we'll drop temperatures back to
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no rain to speak of. we'll stay in the mid 80s for high temperatures today, tomorrow, wednesday with a cold front coming through late on friday. those details in the 7:00 hour of "good day." see you then. i alone can fix it! ut of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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((russell- running from the law. the search this morning for a couple of hit and >>russell: running from the law. the search for a couple of hit-and-run drivers. there's even a reward if you can help detectives catch them. plus -- >> new clinton and her supporters are going after f.b.i. director james comey. i'll have the latest october surprise just ahead. >>laura: and single and ready to mingle. miami is number one when it comes to the best cities for single. but tampa is near the top, too. and welcome to the 7:00 hour of "good day tampa bay." i'm laura moody. >>russell: and i'm russell rhodes. we have to talk about a very important weather forecast.


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