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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day tampa bay." it happened again. another tow truck driver is hit and killed on a local highway. what we know so far about this investigation. >> thine day nine days of mourning are under way. good sunday morning, everyone. welcome to "good day tampa bay." the time is 8:00 a.m. let's a check on the frarz. jim is in for lindsay. >> jim: good morning, alcides. the cold front has pushed to the south and cleared out the skies. a nice, cool, beautiful start to the day. in clearwater beach, 60 degrees and winds out of the northeast at 11 miles per hour. satellite view over the state, we start out with a few scattered clouds through the overnight hours and they move on to the east as that drier air, the ridge of high pressure
we have nice weather the next couple of days with that lower humidity as well. started out with the 40s across brooksville up into crystal river. the temperatures warm up quickly. brooksville is at 67 degrees and here in tampa 60 and down to the south in sar society da and lakeland has a 55. what a change over the past 24 hours with the drier air moving in. most of these temperatures runned 7, 8, in some cases 9 hours. a pretty significant cold front as far as drying things out. we have the drier air and warm it up quickly through the afternoon. still feels very comfortable with these daytime highs topping out in the upper 70s. have a cold front heading our way, and looks like that could bring rain later in the week. i talk about that in a little bit, ail side. >> thank you.
i-275. kellie cowan is liar at 275 and fowler avenue. what do we know? >> kellie: the details are scant from florida highway patrol, but they confirmed that a tow truck driver was killed in an accident overnight that occurred just off of fowler ear near the accident on 275. dh has beens just after this morning. several lanes were shut down overnight. everything has sin re-opened this morning. this fatal crash comes about a month after another crash that killed a different tow truck driver on i-75. that crash involved a driver who was allegedly drunk behind the wheel when he slammed into tow truck driver troy mcguire back in october. he was on the side of the road assisting law enforcement at the time, and this is just another
he move over law. that's what tow truck drivers always stress every time we cover an unfortunate incident. the move-over law, of course, requires drivers if it's safe to do so to move over an entire lane of traffic to give any kind of law enforcement officer, emergency responders and yes, even tow truck drivers the room to safely do their job on the side of the road. at this point fhp has not released any other details about we don't know whether or not it was a hit or run or alcohol was vovltd. at this point we don't know the identity of the tow truck driver killed last night either, alcides. >> alcides: hopefully we can get some questions answered this morning or later today. kellie cowan along 275. we thank you. also new this morning, tampa police are looking for the person who hit and killed a bicyclist and took off. it happened at himes and
the crosswalk. they're looking for a person in a dark-colored sedan. hillsborough avenue is shut down from himes to dell mabrey. it will be closed until the investigation is complete. if you have any information, contact tampa police. if you head out this sunday morning in clearwater, avoid parts of gulf boulevard. here's why. there's a sewage spill on the 1300 block of gulf boulevard in san key. over 100,000 gallons spilled after a main break for 12 hours going into two storm drains and going into the intercostal waterway. parts of gulf boulevard will remain closed for the next couple of days as they make repairs. nine days of mourning have begun in cuba. former dictator fidel castro died friday. alcohol sales are suspended and
rallies are planed at revolution square. a public memorial service will take place at revolution square in tuesday night. castro's ashing will be taken around the country leading up to his funeral on december 4th. while there were celebrations in mi miami, nor many cubans it was a more subdued celebration. families around tampa bay say castro's death is news they have been waiting for for a very long time. many acknowledged that the death of castro death of the dictatorship in cuba. >> when we all got the news, it was not only a time to celebrate family but a time to celebrate the end of an era. >> from one day to the next, everything that my parents had worked for and my family has worked, it was gone. >> alcides: there are a lot of questions even this morning following the death of fidel castro. brian yennes has more on what it
>> reporter: one of the president obama's legacy pieces was the start of normalizing relations with the castro regime and cuba. he did so by executive order. on the campaign trail, president-elect trump promised to reverse all of that. >> but all of the concessions that barack obama has granted the castro regime was done through executive order, which means the next president can that i will do unless the castro regime meets our demands. >> reporter: trump won florida and the cuban-american vote promising he would cancel obama's orders until the authoritarian castro regime granted religious and political freedom to cubans and freed all political prisoners. cuban exile leaders say they don't want to cancel obama's deal altogether, but rather renegotiate. they like the opening of travel
island, for example, but urged the suspension of new trade and investment deals that only serve to enrich the regime. >> any concessions that are going to be given to the castro regime must come with a demand, and the demand must be to respect the rights of the cubans inside the island. >> reporter: a man jailed in cuba for his activism for human rights believes biggest error was not consulting the dissident community before negotiating with the kras troes. just last week he melt with senators rubio and bob menendez, imploring them to halt the deal until more democratic reforms are passed. >>. >> translator: things are worse economically, politically and socially. there's increased repression, incarcerations and assaults and torture because the government
actions. >> reporter: fidel castro's death puts it in the spotlight of the new president-elect's nomination. how far will he go to bring about change? in new york, brian yennes, fox news. >> alcides: new dwouments in the green party's request to reyount in three states. it looks like hillary clinton is joining the movement as well. one of her lawyers issued a the recount is underway, they have an obligation to the more than 64 million americans who cast votes for clinton to see the process through. the official recount effort in wisconsin is expected to get underway late next week. meanwhile, the filing deadline for pennsylvania is monday and michigan is on wednesday. a pasco deputy is forced to shoot and kill a dog after reports it attacked someone near
scene after someone called saying the dog bit a man. when the deputy got to the scene, the dog was off its leash and apparently still very agitated. when the deputy tried to back away, the dog started to bite her. investigators say the deputy was forced to shoot and kill it. >> i saw the dog come out and attack the pasco county sheriff's officer, a female. she was backing up to get away from the dog, and she fell down. >> alcides: neighbors say the dog belonged to a homeless woman. investigators have not released the name of the deputy or man hurt. it's unclear if the dog's owner will face any charges. friends family gather in st. petersburg to honor the oldest member of the original tuskegee airmen. willie rogers died last friday at the age of 101. his pastor says he was a loving man that cared deeply about his community and family. get this.
three weeks before he died. as part of the service yesterday, his family made the same walk rogers did for almost 50 years. >> he served his country with distinction as a tuskegee airman. he continued to be a vibrant part. a father and husband in this community. he was a resident historian. >> alcides: rogers was part of the 100th air engineer squad. he also served with t angels. he was wounded in action in 194. his family says rogers was a man of god and no doubt will be missed. all right. happening today the holiday season is upon us, and why should all the kids have the fun? today your four-legged friends get some pictures taken with stant at that claus. pet pictures with santa are taking place at westfield brandon, citrus mark and countryside malls tonight from 6:30 to 8:30.
receive stockings for the fireplace. if you look to add another member for the family, by the way, the humane society of tampa bay and the suncoast animal league have a few pets on hand. also new this morning, do you know the owners of these two dogs? someone in pasco county found them in gull boulevard, gull boulevard just north of chancy road in zephyrhills saturday morning. the male dog is just fine, but the female dog was hit and has a broken the male dog refuses to leave the female's side. laird this morning they'll be taken to ray of sunshine rescue in tampa. if you know anything about these dogs or know the owner, contact the pasco county sheriff's office. almost two dozen people in israel are arrested in connection with wildfires burning across the country. why investigators say the group started those fires on purpose. plus, people in costa rica are cleaning up after tropical storm otto ripped through the country. the latest on the cleanup
concerned about even more flooding. >> jim: we're wrapping up this holloway weekend on a nice note. it pushed out late yesterday and cleared out the skies and dropped the humidity. we have a gorgeous sunrise over tampa. 55 degrees from our rear-view net cam. there's lots of blue skies along the coastline and a little more mild and 62 degrees and winds out of the northeast at 15 miles per hour bringing down more of that delightful air. we have a watching. that cold front looks like it could eventually bring us some rain towards the middle of the
in world west africa >> alcides: welcome back. iraqi troops continue their push to take back mosul from isis. iraq special forces came under attack on saturday. troops fired mortars and machine guns at isis forces. they were supported about by air strikes about the u.s. led coalition. 60 people died this week gented. the united nations says at least 73,000 iraqis fled that area since the government's campaign positive retake the city began last month. a quarter million people take to the streets in south or korea protesting the country's president. they met in downtown seoul and they want president park to quit ahead of an attempt of lawmakers to impeach her. that move could happen next week.
israeli police arrest several people in connection with wildfires burning just outside of the jerusalem. so far 23 people have been arrested accused of intentionally setting the fires. israeli prime minister called the fires a terrorist attack. hundreds of people returned to burned out homes and buildings on saturday. several other countries have been called to help contain the flames. israeli officials are saying many of the fires were set by politically-motivated people around costa rica clean up after tropical storm otto makes its way over land. otto was the strongest storm to hit that country. nine people were killed. the coast tariq can president declared a national state of mourns for three days. several towns were flooded and caked with mud. officials worry about the possible of more flooding as rev rains continue. back here at home, gorgeous
morning, jim. >> jim: a little cooler. cold front pushed through late yesterday. it brought down drier air. so we enjoy that through the afternoon, because these temperatures warm right back up as we go through the day. with that drier air in place, it feels so much more comfortable outside as we go through the afternoon with these daytime highs into the 70s. great-looking view from our tampa net cam. right now we're at 60 degrees and the dew point is at 50 and humidity is currently at currently our winds are out of the north-northeast at 8 miles per hour and bringing down the cool, delightful air over the area. it's 60 in tampa, clearwater has a 60, st. petersburg 62 degrees and down in sarasota enjoying 57 degrees this morning. started out in the 40s across our northern counties with brooksville in the 40s and crystal river, you bounced into the 50s. brooksville is at 57 degrees and
still have 30s across the panhandle. tallahassee at 37, panama city 39 degrees. the heart of the cold air stays to the north. we get that glancing blow of some of the really cold air to the north. it dries things out and made it a little more cool this morning. you can, in fact, see 11, 16 degrees colder across the northern part of the state. across central florida, mainly running between 7 to 8, 9 about 11 degrees cooler compared to this time yesterday, so you do see that dry air cool quickly and also warms quickly. it also feels so pleasant out there. we dropped the numbers from the 60s. in fact, we're into the mid-60s for the do you want yesterday. now we're into the 50s. some 30s across the north part of the state. that gives that nice, crisp feel to the air. view over the state clears out the skies.
works across the southeast. we have another conditions working across the southeast and all the cold air to the north where you can see there's some snowfall well to our north. high pressure works into the east. as it does so, the winds turned towards of southeast. it stalls out. and kicks it over us as we get towards the second half of the week. mainly sunny skies for today and daytime high 78 degrees. tonight clear skies and overnight low of 63. looks good for tomorrow. scattered clouds with the humidity under control and we have that daytime high of 80 degrees. seas are 2 to 3 feet and moderate chop on the bay. high tide at 1:50 this afternoon. we have a slow warming trend the
that rain chance heads in here late wednesday into thursday. good day at raymond james stadium. plenty of sun. kickoff temperature at 77 degrees. the sun sets and things cool off quickly. the second half of the game is on the cool side as well. alcides. >> alcides: it's one of the biggest rivalries in all of college football. the seminoles take on the gators in tallahassee. we break down the highlights next. the usf bulls weren't only looking for bragging the tenth win of the season. guess what? they got both.
the bulls celebration didn't last long. willie taggart's guys deserve a standing ovation after a record-setting 10-win season. they need a pem tell to stumble against eastern carolina last night. the best bet is liking the birmingham bowl on december 29th. they finished the season strong. usf matches two possessions later, to the end zone. a 43-yard touchdown run to tie the game. the bulls defense has been a weakness at times this year, but they put pressure on the knights. brown picked up the loose ball, school and score, 14-7 bulls. usf opens the game a little bit in the second quarter. marlin mack breaking loose for another big touchdown run. mack finishes with 155 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns. what makes this bulls offense so
mother with his leg. he can't get his hand on them. he goes 32 yards and flowers adds another touchdown run in the fourth quarter. how is this for balance? flowers had 152 yards through the air and another 152 yards on the ground. the bulls put up 503 on usf and win comfortably. the bulls finish the regular season with an impressive ten-win year. proud of his team. >> i appreciate you underclassmen for buying into what we were doing and helping to shape the culture of what we have in south florida. we have something special because of you guys and you believe. you believe and want to do something different. you dared to be different, and we are different. with that said, we hav ten wins, the most damn wins for the school year.
hobby gators and 'noles in tallahassee. 'noles take a third quarter. fran kiss rifles one across the middle. he gives fsu some breathing room right hire. freddie stevenson is up the gut 27 yards to give the noeldz 'noles a 24-6 lead. florida special teams step it up. on the punt return, gators strip murray, and harris picks up the ball and takes it back for the gators. first touchdown against fsu in nine quarters. too little too late. fsu beats the gators 31-13. hurricanes end the regular season with a four-game winning streak. they beat up on duke in miami. brad kaaya takes control of the game, up 16-4 in the third. kaaya goes deep and connects with david, and he breaks away. 76 yards for the touchdown.
the career high with four touchdowns. he takes over as miami's all-time leading passer. miami wins 40-21. in mark rick's first year with the 'canes, they could head to new york for the pinstripe bowl for jacksonville for the tax slayer bowl on new year's eve. we have another full day for you of football this sunday. catch our full pregame show, seahawks starting at 10:30. the network takes over at 11:00, and later on the seahawks and bucs take the field at ray j. at 4:05. a game you can catch again right here on fox 13. that's a look at sports. you have yourself a great day. kevin, thank you. he made headlines 16 years ago and became a poster child or u.s./cuba relations. this year we hear from elian gonzalez in the wake of fidel castro's death.
accident that involved a tow truck driver. good morning, kellie. >> kellie: good morning, alcides. we heard from florida highway patrol about new details about what exactly may have caused last night's fatal crash. a tow truck driver is dead on 275. that's coming up. >> jim: a cold front pushed to the south that cleared out the skies and dropped the humidity. daytime highs today running in the 70. we enjoy nice weather over front heads our way and brings us rain towards the middle of
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we're still following a developing story out of tampa. a tow truck dri a tow truck driver was killed on a busy bay area highway overnight on i-275. kellie cowan is live along i-275. fhp is releasing new information. what do you have? >> kellie: we find out new details about the crashing right now. we knew this crash occurred just after 1 left a tow truck driver dead. now we know the name of that tow truck driver as well as the driver of the car who hit him. fhp at this point tells us they believe the driver that ran into the tow truck was drunk at the time. here's the latest from what they've just released to us. now, they say that leandro perez was driving along 275 just south of fowler avenue this morning
from crockett's towing. that tow truck driver's hand is danny hand. he was parked with his caution lights activated on the outside shoulder standing to assist a disabled vehicle. on impact unfortunately he was killed at the scene, and they believe that as i mentioned perez was under the influence of alcohol. fhp says he was shortly after the accident arrested for manslaughter, and he's facing charges at this time and in jail at this time as well. so those are the latest details that we've learned so far. a tow truck driver killed early this morning on 275. he was doing everything properly, had his lights flashing according to florida highway patrol when that other vehicle slammed into him. that's another reminder of the move-over law and why it's so important to stay off the
alcides. >> alcides: this is the second tow truck driver killed along the highway in less than about a month. >> that's right. a month and a half. just last month back in october another tow truck driver killed on i-75. once again, a drunk driver, alleged drunk driver behind the wheel in that crash as well, and plenty of lights in that incident going as well. that was not just one single tow truck driver assisting a disabled drivers and law enforcement lights flashing as well. >> alcides: we're praying for both of these families and there's not much else you can say. we hope folks pay attention to the move-over laws, and if you see flashing lights slow down. if you can't move on, slow down 25 miles per hour or less. kellie cowan, thank you very much. >> kellie: thank you. >> alcides: the time right now is -- kellie, i think -- jim, we're tossing to you. >> jim: we're off to a pretty
pushed down to our south, really cleared out the skies and brought that lower humidity we're going to enjoy as we go through the next couple of days. look outside from the tampa net cam. gorgeous start to the morning with lots of blue skies. drier air is it in place. we're starting out with these temperatures in the 50s and the 60s. actually had some 40s earlier this morning up towards brooksville and crystal river. but in tampa right now we're at 60 degrees and brandon 59 and just a touch more mild in st. petersburg at 62 degrees. with dry air in place, we warm up quickly and very nice as we get into the afternoon. mainly sunny skies, very pleasant with these daytime highs topping out in the upper 70s. now, we have do have a cold front, which is going to work into the southeast. it looks like it will bring rain as we head towards the middle and second half of the week. i'm going to talk more about that coming up in a little bit,
here's a look at top stories making headlines this half hour. a peaceful end to a standoff between police and a man in tampa around 2:00 p.m. on saturday on a home on marham avenue. an arm would man barricaded himself inside the home. they were first calmed when the man's estranged girlfriend said he showed up at her house despite have been a restraining order against him. he was taken into custody a couple hours after the began. pasco deputies are looking for the public's help to identify a person who broke into a car port of one of their own. the broke into a car port of i a deputy's house early saturday morning and got away with items. if you know who that person is right there, contact the pasco county sheriff's office. nine days of mourning have begun in cuba. fidel castro passed away late friday night. alcohol sales have been
across the national canceled after the announcement of his death. monday giant rallies are planned in the revolution square. his ashes will be taken around the country leading up to his funeral on december 4th. a memorial service will takes at revolution square tuesday night. if nur florida in the early 2000s you likely remember the drama surrounding elian gonzalez, and now he's remembers fidel castro. i was 5 years old andas the boat capsized. his mother drown and elian was pulled into the boat. his family wanted him to stay in america. hi father, though, wanted him back to cuba to stay with him. president clinton at that time eventually decided elian should be returned to his father. the boy was welcomed back as a hero in cuba. that was about 16 years ago.
death. he said castro was like a father for him. time right now is 8:35. looking at some stories around the country now. a woman survives a vicious attack by a bear. it happened in frederick, maryland. karen osborn has a black eye, stitches, broken bones and a bite mark all over her body, but she survived and telling an amazing story. she was face-to-face with an angry black bear. it attacked her over a span of 35 minutes. curled in a felt her phone under her leg and managed to dial 911. >> people have said you were so calm and collected. i said, no, that was resolve. i knew i was dying. i was bleeding out. i could feel my energy leaving me. >> alcides: this morning after the attack -- that morning after the attack maryland's department of natural resources tracked down and killed the bear. karen is upset they didn't act sooner.
with thanksgiving over, holiday light displays are going up all around the country this weekend. one community in wisconsin, the light show isn't just entertaining but it's about helping people in need. the marshfield rotary club has been hosting a winter wonderland at the wildwood zoo since 2006. volunteers stirring up almost 1 million lights for the event. it collect food donations for needy families. fund-raising efforts benefit 29 different food pantries in wisconsin. >> it's so important for our girls, for our children to see that we do in and do something to enjoy as a family, but also that you think about the community and give back. >> alcides: last year the event raised nearly $40,000. this year organizers hope to collect enough donations to keep shelves stocked at pantries around the state until at least
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working with us to help them to get to where they want to be. >> very good. >> reporter: lindsay riddle says she made a lot of progress since joining the fitnosis boot camp four months ago. >> since today i lost 28 pounds. >> reporter: the idea of hypnosis didn't raise concerns for her. >> my edmdad did hypnosis with quitting cigarettes at one point. i was open to it. >> reporter: she said the power of parker's habits. >> one big thing i notice is i used to have a hard time with carbs especially. almost light without realizing it you slowly just are like, i don't want that anymore. i feel peaceful and calm. >> reporter: another participant recommends fitnosis for anyone who hassle cha lennings with willpower and motivation. >> i would say go for it, because it's -- we're going to dive deep into the mind and do
day, the struggle is me versus me. >> wide eyes open, wide awake. >> alcides: for more information on thele program, we have posted a link on our website at fox13news.com. gets you nice and motivated, right, jim? >> jim: you have to do something to kind of rebound from this thanksgiving. the long holiday weekend. we have a cold front that has moved down that gave us that cooler, drier air. beautiful-looking sunday and not a cloud in the sky over clearwater beach. but we warm up nicely into the afternoon. we also track a cold front that will be working its way into the southeast. i talk about what it means for
it's 8:xx taking a look >> alcides: welcome back. looking at some of today's top crash in bartow. it happened on saturday morning just before 9:30 at ernest smith boulevard and highway 17 south. police say a passenger van crashed into a car. the two people who died were both passengers in the car. two others were hurt. so far no names have been released. local small businesses cashed in during small business saturday. in st. petersburg 150 artists
they were excited to mere chir customers face-to-face. 95 million people took part in small business spending more than $16 billion. last hour our couponing expert showed us ways to save on cyber monday. jo joining founder kati kiefer. what do we need to know? >> every year i get new wrapping paper, santa wrapping paper ablack friday, and every year the best deals are usually at the craft stores. this year they were stinking. they had 70% off, but they weren't the best of the best. it was like they were priced at 7 bucks for wrapping paper, so 70% is not so cheap. i found a cheap deal on wrapping paper. >> where was that deal? >> publix.
>> a grocery store your wrapping paper. they have beautiful selection, and the thing you have to know, do not pick the hallmark brand because that one is more expensive and you will pay more and it's not on sale. >> pay attention to the brand. >> right. the publix brand, and it says publix right on the wrapper, on the label there. 1 $19.09 -- $1.99 and buy one get one. 5 to 7 dollars for the same. this is 40qu so it's $1.99 and buy one and get one. there's a publix store printable coup pan upon takes a dollar off of two. the coupon lasts longer until the end of the year. the deal only lasts through this wednesday, november 30th. so that makes both a dollar for two rolls of wrapping paper. 50 cents a apiece. >> compared to possibly as high
good comparison. >> that's a great stocking stuffer right there. >> boom. good one. >> good stuff. now we just need somebody to help me wrap thep. we have no time for that. thank you so much. good stuff. >> thank you. now your skytower radar forecast with jim weber. >> jim: cold front was moving through late yesterday, still had some of those clouds around. saw a beautiful-looking sunset. harley sent this p great-looking view of the two pelicans flying in tandem, and then this morning clearing out the skies, dennis warrick took this picture over bayshore boulevard and alligator lake near safety harbor. a gorgeous view of the sunrise this morning. we're really going to have a beautiful day today. temperatures very comfortable. we're starting out on the cool side, had some 40s to our north first thing this morning.
st. petersburg is at 62 dries. still seeing primarily 50s throughout polk county with lakeland currently at 55 degrees and as you work your way down to the south, places like sarasota starting out at 57 degrees this morning. with the cold front to the south and that drier air moved in. you can see the effect. we run from 3, 4, in some cases 9 to 10 degrees colder this morning compared to yesterday morning. that's the effect of that air pushing down the state. the dew points yesterday, these numbers got back up into the 60s, in some cases into the mid-60s. i was talking about this. it had a little humid feel. well, now we dropped the numbers back down into the 50s and it feels delightful. that nice, crisp feel to the air this morning that will carry into the afternoon as well. cold front is continuing to work its way to our south. we have cleared out the skies, a
ridge of high pressure building back in with plenty of dry air, but you don't have to go far to find the moisture and clouds just back to our west right through the middle of the country. so if you have the fronts that race across the country, and that will bring us the chance of some rain as we head towards the middle of the week. so the front will continue to work to the south. we still have a beautiful day for today that will carry into tomorrow as well with partly cloudy skies. cold front working its way into the southeast. it will initially have strong storms with the punch as it stalls out to the north. then you get this area of low pressure, which is going to ride along and eventually kick this front over to give us a chance of rain late wednesday and into thursday. for today, though, beautiful. lower humidity and mostly sunny and daytime highs of 78 degrees. for tonight we have clear skies and a cold night and overnight low of 63. for tomorrow good-looking day and scattered clouds and a bit warmer but the humidity is still under control with the daytime
knots and seas 2 to 3 feet and high tide at 1:50 this afternoon. seven-day forecast continues to show us a very slow warming trend, and that rain chance works up with a cold front heading into thursday. let's talk about first birthdays. we have a double first birthday. happy birthday. they love to play outside on swings and riding in the wagon and making each other laugh and, of course,
in brussels... they're getting into the holiday >> alcides: welcome back. in brussels they get into the hawed day spirit in a odd way. a group of people want to get close to santa and experience what he experiences, so they took to the skies. she sat around a sleigh-shaped table and hoisted into the sky by agiant crane for dinner. they dined on sea bass and
it wasn't cheap, either. 250 bucks a person, but they say they now know what it feels like to be santa claus. one of the issues being that high in the sky is all the cold air, the chef said it was tough to cook coping with the winter wind, but said it was all about timing. you know, that actually kind of is pretty neat when you see that. i don't know if i'd pay 250 bucks, but it's need. >> they need to go down chimneys for the the cold front pushed to the south, and it's cooler this morning and nice feel. look at the temperatures. in tampa right now we're at 64 degrees and 63 in st. petersburg and 50s down to the south. we warm it up through the afternoon. first part of the week looks nice. slow warming trend and cold front headed our way and maybe some rain towards late wednesday heading into thursday. about a 40% chance of rain on thursday. >> alcides: bucs at 4:00, a beautiful day for it.
the sun goes down. >> alcides: today is sunday, november 27, 2016. you can keep up to date by logging onto our website at fox13news.com. >> jim: follow us on facebook and twitter. and twitter. enjoy the rest of your weekend. closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company well when i shop, my coupons are in a neat little stack, and my weekly ad is folded like this. ready to go... that's how i save a lot at publix. how 'bout you?
the death of fidel castro ignites a new debate over u.s. relations with cuba. today live reports on the celebration in miami. the mur and whether donald trump will follow through on his campaign promise to undo efforts by president obama to bring the two nations closer. we'll discuss the breaking news with president-elect trump's new white house chief of staff, reince priebus. it's a "fox news sunday" exclusive. then we'll ask our sunday panel about the latest on the trump transition, the battle over who he'll choose for