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d you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. priorities usa action is responsible . from tampa bay's news station this is "good day tampa bay. ". >> never get over it. >> sorboni: they lost their son to a deadly infection they got on a family vacation. how alive and the drug giving family new hope. the final countdown on with three days out from the presidential election and the candidates are both setting their sights on the bay area. good saturday morning, eve everyone. it is safe, november 5, i am alcides segui. >> sorboni: i am sorboni banerjee. thank you jor joining us. we will give you those story in
precious little baby. the newest member of the "good day" family. >> anjuli: and her little girl. >> sorboni: welcome to the universe. so sweet and tiny. i love it, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 21 inches. >> alcides: look at that. makes you want to have another. >> lindsay: alcides is like, i am ready for my third. >> alcides: y to see. >> anjuli: and charles a cup of days ago. >> lindsay: i went to meet the baby. everybody is doing great with the delivery. they are home now. i know boone is excited to have a little sister and everyone is doing wonderful. we are just so thrilled for her, and i know she -- i don't know if she is sleeping right now. she is probably not sleeping right now and the baby is doing great. congrats to her and her growing family, guys sorboni soyrz
i said when i moved there that you kept me company during the hours. and hopeful three they can do the same and enjoy every second of the day. >> lindsay: we are happy to have you with us on saturdays when she is gone. >> sorboni: thank you. as far as saturdays go, last week a crisp fall feeling, now muggy. back to normal tampa. >> lindsay: back to reality although we had a cold front move through the area. waiting for that drier air you start off the day and say what cooldown, you guys said cooler. drier is the key and cooler tomorrow morning. 69 in tampa. 68 in bartow. a lot of us running warmer than this time yesterday believe it or not, dew points are in the low to mid-60s. hop up toward gainesville. notice the yellow shade. the slightly drier air moving in throughout the morning ho hours. saw a couple of showers with it overnight. some of you woke up to that.
a sprinkle near punta gorda. we should be dry during the afternoon today. throughout the day as this front pushes south, the winds will be picking up out of the northeast. a breezy, less humid day. still pretty warm. 70 at 9 a.m. 79 at noon with the breezy winds. click to 82 which is believe it or not above average, guys. >> alcides: lindsay, thank you so much. three days out from election day and we are seeing how important florida and the donald trump will be making a stop right here in tampa today. he is holding a rally at the florida state fairground. doors open at 7:00. and the rally begins at 10:00 and kellie cowan will be thrive later this morning and she will jean us live beginning at 7:40 this morning. >> sorboni: over on the democratic side vice pres presidential nominee tim kaine will be making multiple stops. 1:30 in ft. myers at a canvassing event at florida
then at 4:45, he will be in sarasota at the francis banquet hall. doors there open at 2:45. >> alcides: hillary clinton is getting star powered help from jon bon jovi, a free concert for her tonight at the state theater in st. petersburg. doors open at 7 p.m. people interested must register on clinton's web site, then pick up tickets at her campaign offices. tickets are available on presidential candidates and their surrogates are blanketing battleground states in the l last-minute effort to get the vote out. >> sorboni: we have the la latest. >> you can't be president of the united states if you don't know when to shut up. >> reporter: doesn't look like the 2016 will change its negative tune any time between now and tuesday. hillary clinton supporter mark cuban lashing out at donald trump with only four days left.
of touting their own strength. euclidean none pennsylvania labelling trump as a dangerous choice. >> think about what it moo major league to entrust the nuclear codes to someone with a very thin skin, who lashes out at anyone who challenges him. >> reporter: in new hampshire, trump saying the renewed fbi investigation of e-mails would keep his opponent from b >> how can hillary manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails. >> reporter: the fbi's october surprise is boosting trump's standing. the newest fox news electoral scorecard still shows a tough path for trump but some very good news for the gop as ohio moves from a toss-up to leaning republican state and trump has tightened his hold on missouri and indiana. while typically democratic new
ready to take on the falcons when he heard what happened. according to the police, 17-year-old justin frazier got into mccoy's house through an unlocked door. he and mccoy's dad, gerard mccoy sr. came face to face and he pulled out a realistic soft fun and threatened the senior mccoy. he suffered a fractured wrist. he got away but didn't get very far. they found him of stolen items. the coach said he was infrmed of the incident before thursday night's game. >> i talked briefly to gerard before the game just to make sure he was okay. he seemed -- he seemed fine. >> it is fortunate this didn't turn out worse than it was, because this -- this team had a -- a -- this teen had a bb gun which looked like a real we weapon. >> alcides: mccoy isn't saying
that his family is doing well this morning. phraseer is facing armed burglary and aggravated assault charges. he is believed to be connected to burglari pasco and hillsborough county as well. we are learning more of the driver accused of a deadly hit-and-run in lake wales. charles lewis went before a judge and bond was set at 100,000 and hes to wear a gps device. he was accused of seriously injuring officer pinel and killing the woman that pi nel. during his arrest he said he was sorry. jessica's family said his apology is not enough. >> saying that he is sorry is too late. there is nothing he can say that is going to ease our pain. >> sorboni: lewis told investigators are he had four beers night of the crash. he thought he hit something
it was two people. if convicted lewis could face 30 years in prison. have you seen it? tampa bay's mystery monkey is on the move. they shared this video with us. fwc say a dozen reported sightings since october 24. fox 13 viewer jennifer howell spotted it friday morning in clearwater and sent us these photos. the first sighting in northern pasco. that means the animal actually traveled 35 miles so far. ho to see where it will pop up next. >> it is definitely interesting and i guess everybody out there needs to keep an eye out for monaco because i guess he could be anywhere. i didn't think he would be here in clearwater. >> folks in tampa bay might recall the original mystery monkey named cornelius and avoided capture for about three years until he was caught back in 2012. that was a big or deal back then. his new home by the way is dade city's wild things sanctuary.
county are being called hero after helping their grand grandfather. last month eli and connor fitzpatrick's grandpa was having a heart attack while he was watching them. he quickly grabbed the phone and called 911 and handed it to eli who was on the phone with the dispatcher and connor put the pets up and waited for the ambulance outside. they were given bravery awards and they definitely deserved it. you could tell they were nervous help in did a great job of answering the questions, and grachy's heart is hurting. >> sorboni: pa is doing a lot better recovering from the heart attack and he continues to watch the boys after school and they keep an eye on them. >> alcides: i remember being a kid and teaching us to dial 911. >> sorboni: this he did it and took care of business. >> alcides: they did it just
>> sorboni: with the good comes bad as two players could face season-ending knee injuries. party liking it 1908. 100 years in the making. sports director scott smith is taking us inside all the fun coming up in this morning's sport. good morning to you and welcome to the weekend at 6:11. a little warm for some of us liking outed door. humidity dropping this morning. good-looking saturday headed our way. temperatures today -- to at 72 sarasota. gainesville. we are waiting for the dew dew points to drop into the 50s later today. will it last through our sunday in the weekend forecast
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a wall of dust. the time right now is 6:14. a wall of dust -- look at that -- one way to describe the dust storm that hit part of phoenix late last week. the storm brought winds of more than 40 miles per hour. there are also reports of small hail. a blowing dust advisory issued for the than a mile. the second storm to hit that area that day. the first brought wind and rained. big waves struck part of california. some were as high as 20 feet. a high surf advisory was issued there. the national weather advisory said the surf could be dangerous for swimmers and surfers. people there were prepared and weren't too concerned about the damage. for every wave that scares me, there is someone out there
20 feet, you can brave that. >> alcides: sure you can. >> lindsay: surfers are loving that on west coast. >> lindsay: some of you may want to hit the beach, go for it. but on the beach on the breezy side behind weak front that moved through earlier while we were sleeping. earlier we were thinking a front that brought changes that were extremely noticeable. noticeable this afternoon but right now you are thinking a little 69 degrees and the dew points are nice and pleasant in the low 60s, but this is the number that will be dropping throughout the day. dew points dropping and winds going up. they have shifted out of the north-northeast at 8 miles per hour. so waking up this morning, i think jackets obviously at h home. 66 degrees in brandon. 71 in st. pete. 67 in palm harbor. 66 in westchase. i do have 61, crystal river. 63 inverness.
we should be and where we will wake up tomorrow morning. it is 70 this morning in ve venice. 68 in bartow. 69 in sebring. haines city at 69 degrees. behind this clear skies, drier air. also behind it, watch the wind bars picking up on the east coast. that's what we will have in the afternoon today. had a couple of sprinkles this morning. what is left of this mornin's cold front is really not much. it will stay generally dry today. dew points are in the low to mid-60s but outside of our area where the dry air is. as we track our forecast dew dew points through 4:00, notice these values dropping a cup of degrees. meaning to you, it will feel more comfortable this afte afternoon. overnight looks great. seasonably mild through the late night hour with lows tumbling in the 50s and 60s. not our forecast low but
manageable dew points, pleasant in the upper 50s. winds this morning not gusty or breezy at the bay. you will watch by late morning, midday dealing with gusts 15 to 20 miles per hour. there is the breezy day. by 3:00 we hit 82 which still above average and closer to normal compared to 87 degrees. tonight here we go, waking up near 60 north of the bay. 59 in brooksville. 63 in bartow. 65234 tampa a petersburg. not as far as last weekend but refreshing. we will take the mall changes. a cup of mall showers on the east coast and high clouds through the afternoon. generally dry overnight with partly cloudy skies. you will notice the wind down. the cloud cover increasing some and still a beautiful day. can't rule out a rogue inland sprinkle and in the tropics. the last month of the atlantic season. no development for the next
82, less humid. breezy afternoon. we have small-craft advisory for the boaters and we fall back tonight, sunset tonight still be before 7:00 and sun rise tomorrow before 7 a.m. that is the change. tonight sunset 6:43. 65 for the low. tomorrow, there is the change, sun rise 6:45. prototypeer a little earlier, a pleasant sunday. on the water, not the greatest. if you were boating, keept that advisory is off shore. wind at 15 knots today out of the northeast. the seven-day forecast is a quiet one. good for election day if you are waiting to vote for later in the day and a weak cold front moving through friday and for now, keep that seven-day pretty dry. good morning. thursday night and jameis winston and mike evans weren't able to finish the game but encouraging news for both.
under league concussion protocol, he expects his receiver to be practicing by monday. good news. unfortunately devastating injury news for running back anton smith and defensive end howard jones. they both may be facing se season-ending knee injuries. thursday night, cutter, he did make a controversial call in the second quarter declining a 15-yard falcons penalty one that would put atlanta out of field goal. brought up a fourth down and falconsri cutter saying on friday are that was his fault. he should have taken the penalty but his defense haven't exactly instilled confidence. atlanta shredded the bucs d to 461 yards on thursday night. and kept stalling out in the second half. cutter said with all these issues and there are plenty, the buck stops with him. >> i think we can fly a higher level across the board.
and foremost. i got to figure out -- i got to figure out how to reach these guys, how this motivate them, how to get them on the same page, how to get them to play together. how to get them to play up to the talent level that i think we have. i think that is all -- that all starts with me. well, here is the line-up this sunday starting with tailgate sunday, 10:30 a.m. the bucs do not play, still plenty to talk about as we dig the network coverage, fox nfl kickoff by fox nfl sunday and 1:00 here on fox 13, the eagles taking on the giants. how are the chicago cubs and one heck of a parade celebration? started at 11 a.m. on friday. an estimated 5 million people came out to cheer on the ch champs. the team waved from open air buses as the parade made its
wrigley field to grant park. now there was already a scheduled day off for the chicago public schools. they didn't have to play hooky but may be a celebration they go on to celebrate every year for the next 18 years. not a bad way to bring about that celebration. that is sports this morning. accepted it back to you. >> sorboni: all right, 6:21. their son complained of h headaches and nausea. >> alcides: hours after, he actually died.so we we 11-year-old and a loud house to an empty nest overnight. an empty nest overnight. >> alcides: n this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he
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microorganism that lives in fresh water and infections happen once it traveled up the nose. once it takes hold, it is fatele in 9% of the cases but new hope out there. dr. jo tells us what all parent need to know. >> a fun family trip to costa rica. >> horseback riding, zip lining and he and i swimd at a resort the last day. >> reporter: ended in a tragy >> you never get over it. jordan was our only child. we went from a 11-year-old and a loud house to an empty nest overnight. >> reporter: two day after coming home he complained of a headache and nausea. within a week he was dead. doctors thought he had a virus and discovered real problem, tiny microorganisms called ame pa was infecting his brain. >> reporter: when did you find out it was amay baa.
he passed away. >> reporter: amoeba diagnosis is hard to diagnose and treat. >> to me it is frustrating. >> reporter: his orlando-based company makes a drug called improvido a drug that the cdc recommends to treat ame pa baa. the drug must be given quickly to work before it becomes fa fatal. twonl states warehouse the drug. >> the product exists here, orlando and that's correct. >> that's correct. >> reporter: two places. >> two places. >> reporter: takes hours. >> nobody is in a rush until i get that phone call and then it is do whatever you can to get me the product as quickly as possible. like wearing your seat belt after you are in the middle of a car seat. >> reporter: these pills helped save 16-year-old sebastian when he was diagnosed with the brain-eating infection. >> i got the call around 3:00, and they had it there by 3:30 or 3:45 or so. >> reporter: that fast.
delivered the drug to the florida hospital. >> in pajamas, haven't shaved. it was a sunday. >> reporter: to boost survival, it is offering the drug free to hospitals all over the country only charging if the drug is used. so far only 10 hospitals agreed to stalk it. mclaughlin believes administrative red tape and lack of awareness are barriers. >> something they haven't seen before, they say we haven't seen it. we don't n we don't need to worry about it. >> reporter: tragically the drug arrived two hours after jordan's death. >> education is the big thing for the physicians and clinicians because if they can't identify it early enough, the patient doesn't have a chance. >>reporter: father now honors his son's memory by going to facebook with the jordan sme lski foundation, spreading the word around the world. >> as a parent we always thought he was our purpose. after he passed away and we
realized he was still our purpose but just in a different way. >> alcides: to raise awareness and money for the cause, jordan smelski foundation is sponsors a walk in st. pete beach later today. check in at 7:30. dr. jo has a lot more information on her facebook page. and the weather later this morning i think is looking pretty nice, alcides. a little breezy. i think we will like the breeze because it will help us feel little cooler considering it is fairly warm out the door. 69 in tampa with mainly clear skies. again, tomorrow morning, remember to fall back. sunrise coming up an hour earlier, but this morning, look at all the 60s and 70s. i know, i know. cold front moving through now. we will talk about what that
good morning to you. it it is 6:30 and a somewhat mild start to the day. temperatures running above average and dropping by tomorrow morning. and tomorrow morning remember if you like the brighter starts, we will be falling b ck this morning near 70 in many spots. 66 in lakeland. 65 in brooksville. 72 in sarasota. so believe it or not, even though a cold front has passed through the area, we are running several degrees warmer than this time yesterday. 7 in brooksville and there is the front and behind is lower humidity, drier air. will gradually be moving in from north to south. midday you will notice it and
already to gust on the east coast above 20 in melbourne. our winds are sustained at 16 in st. pete. the two weekend day tomorrow the better boating day as winds will be lighter. today a breezy day. sure 82 today and tomorrow but the morning will be quite pleasant. 65 in tampa means more like 58, 58 in the brooksville area. at 6:31. a look at stories. in largo, police are investigating after a woman is found dead inside her home at the down yonder mobile home park. a man at that home has been arrested and he has only been charged with aggravated domestic battery at this point and the regulars is still in his early stages. police have not released his name or the name of his victim. a landlord is arrested for breaking into one of his own rented-out homes.
gun while his two female tenants were still there. he zip tied their wrist and stole oxy condone bills and collector items. even though he was wearing a ski mask the victims knew it was him and called police. vineyard admitted to the crime. a construction worker is in serious condition after being shocked on the job. he was up at a gutter with a ladder when i line and the man caught on fire and his co-worker sprung into action to save him. the blast caused a power outage downtown that lasted a couple of hours. a former polk county high school teacher is facing charges of inappropriately messaging a number of students. he approached girls between june 2014 and march 2016 when he was working at ridge community high school. investigators say temple asked
and asked one girl to play strip yoga. temples resigned in april when the investigation began. it's another reminder to students even an innocent joke can get knew big trouble. a 12-year-old was arrested friday after telling his classmates and a substitute teacher that he had a bomb. the 7th grader was a student at rb stewart middle school in zephyrhills. he has been charged with making a false bomb report which, by the way, is a second-degree a student brought a loaded gun to bloomingdale high school. got a tip that the student had the gun in his book bag. deputies were called to that school and they found the gun and arrested that student. a new york police sergeant is dead and another is hurt after a gunfire fight with a man police say broke into his he is strange wife's home. a woman called police after manuel rosales broke into his home. he later open fired when police
rosales was shot and killed. two sergeants were hit during the gun fight. one of them died. another sergeant was treated for a gunfire shot wound to the leg. rosales and his wife had a violent history in 2015, ships granted a restraining order gettysburg against him. he was supposed to appear in court later this month for violating the protective order. police continue to comb through a 100-acre south carolina property after finding one person dead and another chained up. kala brown was found locked inside shipping container on thursday. she and her boyfriend had gone to todd kolhoff's home for a cleaning job when he abducted them. that was in august. brown was kept in the container ever since taken out for short walks. she said she saw him shoot and kill her boyfriend charles carver. officials found a body in a shallow grave but not clear if that person is carver.
identification. you know, i am not going to talk about the state of the deceased person. >> sorboni: the 45-year-old is a registered sex offender convicted of killing a 14-year-old girl and raping her in arizona back in 1987. he and to the a bond hearing yesterday but a judge referred the case to circuit court. he is charged with kidnapping now. more charges have expected. a jury found two of chris in the bridgegate case and now many wonder how the governor himself have avoided charges. they were convicted on multiple charges including fraud and conspiracy. prosecutors say they shut down traffic lanes on the george washington bridge to create gridlock to punish a mayor who refused to endorse the governor. a former christie all y david walstein pled guilty for his
other evidence e-mails one written by kelly that said, quote, time for traffic problems. during the trial prosecutors and witnesses say christie knew about revenge plot. >> i said at the time in my opening and my summation that i thought she is a scapegoat and i feel now she is a scapegoat. >> we indicted people that we believe had evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. that is the standard to conflic >> alcides: chris christie denied involvement and it tainted his reputation and hindered his presidential run. two aides face a max mid to upper of 86 years in prison. both will fight their convictions and due to be sentenced in february. several elderly people were hospitalized after being attacked inside a florida senior home by a squirrel. sounds like a joke at first, but it is not. a 89-year-old wam was enjoying
the swings when a squirrel jumped on her arm up her shoulder and on her head. she ran into the exercise room bringing the little squirrel and it beat a resident and a staffer. a different staffer called 911. >> it is jumping on people and biting them and scratching t them, so we need help. we need some care for people here. >> it's still in there? >> it's still in there and it is bleeding. there is another person there and the squre and the squirrel has been tossed outside. we need help about the people, not about the squirrel. >> sorboni: all those people were treated by emergency responders. attacks like this are rare, but veterinarians say it happens when animals feel cornered. hollywood retirement say they have set out squirrel tracks and instructed residents to not feed the animals. florida drivers are used to seeing a alligator crossing the road but how about a pig that led to gawkers along the highway and drivers stopped to look at it.
her roly. she is recovering after a long journey in daytona beach. police officers chased her down to get her off the highway before she was hit by a car. this is on i-95 and u.s. 92 on thursday night. it all started with a very bizarre 911 call. >> there is a pig -- a huge pig in the grass just standing there. this is not a wild pig. this is a farm pig. he is he is a big boy. he is a big hog. >> alcides: it was a big one. weighed 200 pounds and took 30 minutes to capture it. they finally got roly into the trailer. the shelter thinks was som someone's pet or maybe a farm animal. they are hoping that the owner comes forward, if not roly will have to find a new home. >> sorboni: roly is in a good place and not on the side of
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welcome back. 6:41 and we are finally getting less humid weather. it is bearable to be outside especially for the kids. tampa bay a part of a national movement to get kids to enjoy the great outdoors and embrace the healthy, active lifestyle. take a look. tampa bay is home to beautiful scenery like the hillsborough river state park. >> i think of animals that need help. i like nature. >> reporter: mean kids like afterschool programs late in the day. >> still inside the classroom, still inside the gym, still in the ac. >> reporter: in the bay a i can't getting outside for 60 minutes a day is the goal through partnership with the ymca and let's move initiative. part of first lady michelle obama's. >> you will get more active. you will start running around. >> fresh air. it's hard to be outside. you see all the beautiful trees
>> reporter: through init initiative. nonprofits and afterschool programs work together. kids and adults spend more time connecting with nature. >> part of the whole init initiative's focus is to play, learn, surf and work. >> reporter: giving back to the community too like keeping the hillsborough river state park clean. >> taking care of all of that does matter. you see how florida is all connected. >> reporter: helping the environment and having fun. >> good to be out the a something different. >> reporter: tampa is one of three cities in florida involved in the let's move outside initiative. if you would like more information on how this get involved, visit fox13news.com and click on the seen on tv section. if you were getting out and about this morning, temperatures are not exactly cool. i don't know buy it call them warm. mild may be a better phrase. 69 with a northeast wind. that is a shift behind a cold front. they will be dropping our humidity throughout the day,
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a scam warning in pinellas county. people are posing as bank employees to steal debit card information from the elderly. they calling a your debit card need to be replaced with a chip card and they offer to accepted someone to your house. when they show up they ask for your debit card and pin number in exchange for a card in the mail. in this woman is a scammer. it if you know who she is, call the sheriff's office. a fire danger and in the past three weeks, 20 homes have been threatened by wildfire. a lack of rain has increased that threat. as of yesterday morning, two dozen fires burning in florida and florida forest service officials are urging people to use caution when burning anything outdoors. the number one cause of wildfires is human carel carelessness. over the summer ballast point park was a hot spot for pokemon go players.
try to catch them all. look at that. do you see how many people are there. never like that before pokemon. caused major traffic issues and the developer has removed the pokemon gym from the park. in case you don't know what that is, it's that. >> sorboni: basically a place to collect the characters. they had a formal request saying it was a p took that long. i know a lot of gamers will be sad because that was a really popular spot. >> alcides: my boys and i play and that was a hot spot for the unique characters. if you wanted a character that you couldn't find anywhere e else. >> sorboni: the rare ones. >> alcides: that was the place. >> lindsay: we haven't heard much about that game. are they still playing it. >> sorboni: they are still there and will take a while to realize that balance land point is off the grid, but going to be another one and they will
>> lindsay: people just going to the park and wanted to enjoy it and not play pokemon can go back to hair regular plans. right? it is crowded out there. and less humid out there too. i think a great weekend to get out and about. if you were ready for some cooler temperatures, we are just going to have to keep on waiting. the weak cold front, weak the keyword pass by. we are running fairly warm this morning and i think tomorrow morning, these numbers will be significantly lower. it is near 70 in sebring. i 65 in brooksville. look at the east coast 74 in melbourne and instead of that blue shade. cool, comfortable. the coolest of the season for many. well, this weekend, we are running warmer than this time yesterday. seven degrees warmer in brooksville. knife sarasota. so here is our cold front. behind it the biggest thing all this notice is humidity dropping throughout the day and winds picking up throughout the day. ahead of it, we have a couple
stay dry during the day today. if you head to the east coast, any east coast beaches can't rule out a sprinkle or two. our dew points are starting to drop a bit in brooksville. 61. in sebring, near 70. it from north to south what you will do area wide move out of the moderate range for the dew point scale between the pleasant and invigorating range. all weekend long should be fairly nice even though in the 80s for highs and we will be watchi morning, midday is the time frame that these winds will be gusting on the east coast. that means if you were boating headed to the beach, you will notice the winds will be up as well. temperatures not as warm as yesterday, but still above our average high of 80. 82 in tampa this afternoon. 82 in winter haven. 83 in sarasota. 80 in crystal river. so really just a little above average. the drier air behind the front that will feel pretty nice for
the carolinas to notice the brunt of that cooler air. 40 in raleigh. 48 in chicago. really quiet with high pressure in control. the only active weather to show you is back out to the west. some showers and heavy showers to cross eastern portions of new mexico this morning. game day. your game day forecast is a good one. the gators in arkansas weigh 69 %-@. that is a fall-like game. for us 82 this afternoon. less humid and breezy. tonight you will notice 65 in tampa but the further north you live, that's where you will see the upper 50s. seasonably mild. a little breezy. remember to fall back before you head to bed tomorrow morning meaning there will be a little brighter a hour earlier. fairly quiet this week. may sneak in a shower wednesday
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