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good morning everyone. it is 8:00 in the morning on sunday. i'm russ bowen. >> i'm amy cutler. thank you for being with us. >> i'm excited to have you here. it is sunday morning. it was a beautiful day yesterday. another nice d enjoy the company on the weekend, to share the good news. outside this morning, a lot of it. that is nice. we start off with a live picture from the raleigh-durham international airport. it is 52 degrees a lot of sunshine. no problems this morning which is good if you are traveling. the satellite and radar not showing any wet weather. if you high clouds out there this morning. dry conditions that will continue over the next several days.
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and quick to clean up some of the damage that matthew left behind, we have areas still struggling to do so. flood warnings continue through 10:30 a.m. tomorrow morning for edgecomb, wilson, wayne, samson and cumberland counties. roads are still closed and flooded in these spots. we have full creeks and streams. also river flooding that has been ongoing. cleanup effort from matthew does continue. temperatures this morning, in the 40s and 50s. fifty-two in raleigh. henderson, 49. durham, 50. fayetteville, 54. some of us dealing with fog this morning. visibility down to zero in roanoke rapids. under a tenth of a mile. pretense of a mile in henderson. and about a half mile in south
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of sunshine this afternoon. temperatures climbing to near 70 degrees at lunchtime. 3:00, 76. and then 6:00 p.m., 73. mostly sunny skies all day. thinking up the heat as we head into the week ahead. talking about high temperatures in the low 80s. as is the end of october. i will have a complete breakdown of the forecast coming up. breaking overnight, a fort bragg soldier is recovering after being shot during armed robbery attempt at crabapple circle. the victim was walking home just after 9:00 in the evening when two men held him up at gunpoint. e medical center and we are told he will be okay. as of right now, no arrests have been made. a little more than a week after hurricane matthew hit, the cleanup is just getting started. many communities underwater. the death toll rows again up to 26. >> it is the poorest of the poor. many people cannot afford this type of disaster to hit their family. >> governor pat mccoy updating us on storm recovery. it has been one week since hurricane matthew came through.
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many communities across eastern north carolina. the death toll rising to 26. so several -- still several towns are underwater. most of those in edgecomb county. 660 roads and passable. including parts of i-95. the governor stressed that conditions are improving. for the first time overnight, there were no water rescues. power restored to a million people. 2600 people stayed in the 35 shelters that have been opened. >> our first goal is to get these individuals out of the shelters -- which many of them are the high schools. we have to get those reopened. as the shelters decline come our goal is to get the people into hotels and rental houses. >> pat mccrory says that will
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and even years for some. >> the governor says two babies were born in the aftermath. both came into the world at mobile hospitals and we are told are healthy. samples from the neuse river in wayne county indicate there is no coal ash in the water. the duke energy plant is located on the neuse river, causing it to flood when hurricane matthew brought record rubber -- water levels. the state department of environmental quality evaluated conditions and determined that a minimal amount of coal ash was released from one of three interactive basins on >> the people have so much to deal with right now. they are facing such tragedy and such challenges. the situation is safe. the situation is fine for we will make repairs to the basins and return them to a good and normal state. >> duke energy officials say the coal ash will be excavated by 2028. wayne county is trying to get back to the road of recovery after the loss of homes, agriculture and life. we were in goldsboro yesterday
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necessity, water. >> wayne is in recovery mode. a week after hurricane matthew came through here. in north carolina, many of the roads look like this. with a beautiful weather, people are hoping they can eventually get back on there feet. >> it is not easy. >> william williams came to pick up clean drinking water. he is one of many people with nothing after hurricane matthew. >> i had to go in with another family because i was put out of my house. i had to vacate. since i vacated, they condemned my house. >> the neuse river hit record levels in goldsboro. rising to nearly 30 feet. >> we have a tremendous amount of losses on both residential and businesses. a big impact on the community. >> it is really rough. you spend all your time.
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all of the sudden, it is like nothing. >> since the peak, the river has dropped four feet and continues to recede. an opportunity for wayne county to start recovering. >> people getting their lives back together. it will be difficult for them. >> the thousands of bottles of water and bags of ice donated by corporations and locals is just the first step in moving forward. >> wayne county is one of 17 counties in north where home and business owners and renters can apply for individual aid. in goldsboro, cbs north carolina . >> thank you. and a raleigh couple is giving new meaning to the term perseverance. a couple was forced out of their home due to hurricane matthew. when they returned, they learned that burglars took advantage of their absence. it has been a whirlwind week or tyler ahrendsen and sharifa mattis. whirling wind toppled trees onto the house that they
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they left when powerlines snapped. burglars came in and stole all sorts of things including many of the things they needed for their wedding day. friends and strangers donated replacements. >> we love each other. we wanted to lean on each other. we have done that. i feel closer to you every day. >> if we n >> great to see that. the couple says they will take things easy over the next week and then rebuild. they said they are ready to renovate and rebuild their home . coming up next, a party turns into a crime scene at los angeles after gunshots rang out . a quick live look at
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comic temperatures right now, 40s and 50s. it is 50 and durham. fayetteville, 54. fog out there this morning as well. a little bit at least along the i-95 corridor. fluctuations in visibility. visibility coming up as zero in roanoke rapids. blow a tenth of a mile. same story in henderson. three tenths of a mile at rocky mount. watch for patchy fog. we will see that lifting quickly here over the next 45 minutes-1 hour. we will see the sunshine across the area today. 76 degrees. the normal high as 73. mid-70s this afternoon.
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mostly sunny all day. warmer temperatures in the forecast for the start of the week. highs near 80. a complete update coming up. >> should help a lot of people. thank you. it is 8:13 a.m. breast cancer awareness month is the next health watch. first year they live look at carolina beach. there is the surf looking good. pretty calm. narrator: what would you do if you were sent to washington? cut the debt? you'd make people's lives better. in washington, richard burr has made his own life better. richard burr took 1.1 million dollars from the insurance industry and wrote a plan to privatize medicare. the insurance industry would make billions, while you pay more. richard burr. twenty years in washington... serving himself. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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y2562y yy6y buck newton's law legalizing discrimination. a national embarrassment. house bill 2 through the north carolina senate. and newton stands defiantly behind hb2. my opponent calls this buck's bill. and you know what? i say, bring it on! buck newton is wrong for attorney general. we're better than this. i'm josh stein. i'm running for attorney general to protect our families and strengthen our communities.
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where does north carolina go from here? i'm roy cooper, and after years of our state moving backward, as governor. first, instead of social issues, i'll focus on our schools and keeping good teachers with better pay. we need to end giveaways for companies that send jobs overseas and grow our economy here. and we need to reform our tax system so those at the top aren't getting tax breaks at your expense.
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residents in the eastern part of the state are dealing with the effects of hurricane matthew that hit more than a week ago. twenty-six people have died. many have been displaced from their homes. governor pat mccrory says two babies were born healthy and mobile hta after matthew. the state department of environmental quality evaluated conditions and determined a minimal amount of coal ash was released. as you are probably aware, october is breast cancer awareness month. you likely no somebody impacted by this type of cancer. so who is at risk the
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cancer -- age greater than 55. caucasian women certainly. family history of breast cancer. also if you have dense breast tissue. there are certain gene mutations in your dna called brca1 and two that also could be high risk for breast cancer. >> so they can test for that? >> yes. >> and you can go through genetic counseling and make tough decisions about some type of mastectomy or some other procedure you might want to have done. >> it is one of those cancers those that you mentioned are genetic. but genetics plays a big role. >> it absolutely does. if you have family history of breast cancer, you are twice as likely to have breast cancer yourself. certainly we know that there are other high-risk behaviors that we can modify such as obesity and alcohol use. those types of things actually
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those are things we can do something about. >> there is a lot of research that has gone into this kind of cancer for decades now. are we any closer to a cure? >> certainly it is very encouraging that our survival rates now are 100% almost for stage one. stage two is around 95%. stage three, 70%. stage four, 25%. what we know is that we are getting better and better with these therapies. as we become more advanced and do more research, individualize chemotherapy. where we can do personalized medicine. and match your drug to your breast cancer type. i think we will see a breakthrough. >> and immunotherapy is playing a huge role and what the future may look like for cancer research. >> that is right. we are fortunate to live in this area with major academic medical centers like unc and duke, that are doing cutting-
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progress. >> one last question. we cannot forget men. they also get breast cancer. people might not be aware of that. >> that is exactly right. men can get breast cancer. it is certainly a lower rate than women. it is fairly rare. but it is something that can be life-threatening to men as well and we need to be aware of it. >> thank you so much. a very important topic. if you want to learn more good information. in orange county, a jury will resume deliberations tomorrow morning in the trail of a former unc student, chandler kania. chandler kania is charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of three people killed in a crash. chandler kania is accused of being drunk when he was involved in a wrong way crash on i-85.
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head on into another vehicle that claimed the lives of two adults and a 6-year-old girl. chandler kania has already pleaded guilty to several lesser charges. police in los angeles say a gunbattle at a party left three people dead and 12-hertz at a home in the west adams area. police a group of people were celebrating when an argument broke out and things took a violent turn. neighbors say they are shocked that something like this would happen in the community. >> i have never seen anything like this ever. it is quiet over here. it is crazy >> detectives say several firearms were recovered from the scene. no word on the conditions of the 12 people wounded. the current race for the white house. the republican and democratic vice presidential nominees returned to the carolinas. mike pence will make campaign stop in fayetteville tuesday. and ultra's running mate will also go to wilmington. and tran 26 comes to north carolina thursday. he will appear in durham and later in raleigh.
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if you're getting out to vote or whatever. >> gorgeous outside. a life picture from the elementary school in cary showing a cloud free sky. it is going to be a very nice afternoon. temperatures warmer than yesterday. the satellite and radar looking clear at this point. this will be the case the next several days. flood warnings do continue for parts of the area. tomorrow morning. this is edgecombe county, eastern wilson county, wayne, samson and cumberland counties. we have roads that are still flooded. still dealing with river flooding. still a lot of full creeks and streams around the areas that are continuing to cause high water issues. so we are in the process of cleaning up more than a week since matthew impacted central north carolina. we have fog as we start the morning.
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henderson and roanoke rapids. visibility, no more than a couple hundred yards in front of you. definitely take it slow if you are on the roads. the i-95 corridor and the northeastern corner of the viewing area dealing with low visibility. we will see sunny skies. eventually the fog will not linger very long. many of us seeing the sunshine which will be the case for most of the day. it is 52 in raleigh. durham, 50. it is 54 in fayetteville. sanford, 49. temperatures today will continue to climb. up to about 70 by lunchtime. 76 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. and then 66 by 8:00 p.m. a cool night on the way. overall, it will be worth it when we get to see the mid-70s this afternoon. this area of high pressure that began building in for the end of last week will stay put for one more day. mostly sunny. getting warmer this afternoon. we had a high of 71 yesterday.
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mid-70s. a high starts to slide to the east of it. it will turn the flow of air out of the south and southwest. monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday, still dry but turning up the heat. highs into the low 80s for most of the week. the next cold front arrives friday and saturday. that will bring showers and cooler temperatures to the area. he still have five more days of sunshine. a great looking forecast for the week ahead. sunny and warmer today. seventy-seven at fort sanford, 76. smithfield, 76. wilson, 76. roanoke rapids, 75 today. goldsboro, 75. also in durham. seventy-six will be the high temperature this afternoon in raleigh. temperatures rising even more tomorrow and tuesday. 80 degrees tomorrow. 82 degrees is the high tuesday and wednesday. a few extra clouds will roll into the area thursday with high
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80-degree mark. and as the cold front moves and for the end of the week, back into the 70s friday and saturday. we were talking about this earlier. it is fall. even though it won't be feeling like it for the next few days. feeling like late summer. we have colors starting to peak around the area. we are at peak or even past peak at some of the mountains. maybe east of the triangle. that is early november. west of the triangle, seeing the leaves changing a little bit more >> that is right. as you drive out of the piedmont and into the foothills
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good morning everyone. north carolina state north caroline hit the road saturday. one a win and the other heartbreak. the wolfpack taking on clemson. trailing 10-3 to start. the pack defense ties the game. stevens takes off over to watson. he will take it to the house. titus 17. two seconds left. kyle band barred can win the game. the kick is wide right. no good. continuing into overtime.
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number three clemson survives. heart rate for the packer 24- 17. north carolina state falls. north carolina at miami. the tar heels take a 10-0 lead. finding austin coal into the end zone. north carolina in control. during a pair of touchdowns. later finding his favorite target. and unc bounces back from the loss to virg the quarterback malcolm -- with a score. eagles win on homecoming week. 33-3. and langer gets a two stroke lead in the final round of the prestonwood country club championship. the second round, at ten under par. that is a look at the sunday morning sports. join us tonight at 11:15 p.m.
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coming up in the next half hour, relief agencies and volunteers banding together to keep up the good will helping so many neighbors who are so upset about the devastation of last week's dorm. much more on the new federal rule narrator: after twenty years in washington, richard burr has made millions... increasing his wealth over five hundred percent. no wonder richard burr was one of just three senators who voted against banning insider trading by congress. then there's medicare. richard burr wrote a plan to privatize medicare and got one point one million dollars from the insurance industry. you...would pay more for medicare. rr. twenty years in washington... serving himself. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. ? i'm like a sponge for this stuff. i can learn it. get it. sell it. i can do this job in my sleep better than some people can do awake. i just want to make sure this brain stays in hyperdrive. hey we hear you. that's why aarp created staying sharp. it's more than brain games. it's a personalized, 360 approach to brain health.
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>> i'm amy cutler. >> i'm russ bowen. we will get to the headlines in a moment. let's get over to storm team meteorologist kristin ketchell who has our summertime forecast . it will be feeling like summer as we had foster the week. talking about highs in the low 80s. outside this morning, off to a pretty nice start. they live look from prestonwood country club in cary. the sun is up. the golf course might be a nice place to be. into the 70s this afternoon. the satellite and radar looks good. no wet weather. a few high clouds out there this morning. a little fog in some spots. other than that, things are keep in mind, many areas cleaning up after the devastation left behind in the wake of matthew last weekend. flood warnings continue for the counties in green until 10:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. watch for flooded roads. river flooding has been ongoing. and full creeks and streams still around. it is 52 degrees right now in raleigh. durham, 50.
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this morning. the northeastern corner of the viewing area seeing visibility down to about zero. we will see the fog exiting the area quickly. mostly sunny skies in the forecast today. up to 70 degrees by lunch time. seventy-six is the high this afternoon. highs are climbing into the 80s for parts of the upcoming week. i will let you know when you can rake out -- break out the sweaters. a man shot just before 5:30 a.m. this officers are looking for multiple suspects. a woman that was with the victim we are told, was not hurt. if you have any information, you are asked to call crime stoppers. in cumberland county, a community struggling to rebound in the aftermath of the flooding caused by matthew. the american red cross and disaster relief teams on hand this morning at the cedar falls baptist church in fayetteville. a team of 75 workers handed out food, vegetables, hot meals and
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the cedar falls baptist church shelter has provided 36,000 meals since this happened. a small recovery team is helping one woman whose home was drenched and five feet of water. >> the house is not really that important. the people are important. we all need to help each other. and when my house starts drying out, i'm going to my neighbor's house and help them. because i know that all along the street, the end of each of these roads, my neighbor is hurting like i was could live by her example -- the disaster relief teams have been at that home since 9:00 yesterday morning. they will return today to make sure that no mold forms inside the house. >> wayne county is in full recovery mode a week after matthew hit north carolina. saturday, volunteers handed out thousands of bottles of water and bags of ice for people who have nothing left at all.
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and continues to recede. giving people an opportunity to get in there and see how bad the damage is. >> it is really, really rough. you spend all your time and all your life building. and all of the sudden, it is like nothing. >> people getting their lives back together. it will be very difficult. >> wayne county is one of 17 counties were business owners and renters can apply for financial aid. several ways you can help. cbs north carolina has teamed up with the american red cross. we have that information as well as full coverage of the impact of hurricane matthew right now on eastern north carolina deals with massive floods. and counties like haywood in the western part of the state are getting more dry.
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counties in the far west in a severe drought. almost everywhere west of charlotte is reporting drought or abnormally dry conditions. hendersonville plans to ask residents to voluntarily conserve water. cumberland county schools returned to class tomorrow on a two hour delay. wayne county schools will remain closed monday. teachers will have an optional workday tuesday and wednesday with tentative plans bringing students back on thursday, friday and saturday. saturday is scheduled as an early dismissal day. other news, police are looking for a killer after of body behind a charlotte business. officers responded to reports of shots fired saturday morning when they found the body of catherine jones. the 26-year-old was located in the business driveway a few miles east of the uptown area. and attorney says he will appeal a judge's ruling to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit filed against remington. it is in connection with the deadly shooting spree we all remember in connecticut. the gunman, adam lanza, used an
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children and six teachers at sandy hook elementary school in 2012. a judge cited a federal statute that prohibits lawsuits against companies if firearms are used in a crime. air travelers beware. do not try to board your fight with the recalled galaxy note seven. the federal government has banned the smartphone effectiveness weekend. here is marley hall. >> it does not matter if they are all for uncharged. the department of transportation says or carry the smart phones. and they cannot be shipped as cargo. there have been nearly 100 reports of the galaxy note seven's with the m battery overheating. they can even catch fire. that is what happened to brian greene's phone, causing this off west airlines flight to be evacuated. >> i heard some popping. it sounded like a ziploc bag popping open. i looked around to see what that was. there was smoke living out.
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fire containment bags designed to hold burning devices. samsung recalled more than 2.5 million of the smart phones sending customers by approved boxes for returns and discontinued production. coming up, talk about a rough day. what turned a relaxing day into a disaster. no fun there. >> who would want to do that? >> pretty amazing video. no rough weather here. just a little foggy this
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k within a snack within a snack? three levels of snack time at the same time. reese's snack mix is pretzels, nuts, reese's pieces and reese's peanut butter cups. snacka-snacka-what? hershey's and reese's snack mix. snacks on snacks on snacks. it is probably the one place you do not want to be when your cruiseship hits rough waters. passengers were caught on camera being tossed from one side of the full to the other as a violent waves smashed into the norwegian spirit. other than losing a few cocktails, nobody was hurt. for the incredible video there. looks like a crazy wave pool.
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guys in raleigh. current temperature at the airport, 52 degrees. the satellite and radar looks good to fast. nothing in the way of wet weather popping up. we will stay dry for a couple days around the region. a few high clouds this morning. keep in mind, we have flood warnings that will continue through 10:30 tomorrow. so edgecombe county, wilson, wayne, samson -- samson and cumberland county. still feeling the these areas of hurricane matthew. roads that are still close because of flooding. we have full creeks and streams. a lot of river flooding ongoing in these areas especially east toward greenville. definitely a situation that is potentially dangerous and some of these spots. some high water problems we are dealing with. as far as temperatures go, most of us in the low 50s this morning. raleigh, 52.
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rapids. three tenths of a mile at henderson. a half mile at south hill. watch for patchy fog lifting quickly this morning. sunshine and 70s in the forecast today. sounds fantastic for this afternoon. the normal high as 73. the week ahead, looking at temperatures in the low 80s. i will have a breakdown of what you can expect coming up. looking forward to that. still ahead, new options for grocery shopping coming to the triangle. a pu raleigh.
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north carolina used to make education a priority. we all understood the importance of having good schools. but pat mccrory seems more interested in giving tax cuts to millionaires. we rank 44th in spending per student. drop-out rates have gone up for the first time in 8 years. we're 41st in how much we pay our teachers.
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assistants from the early grades. he may have given tax cuts to millionaires, but pat mccrory is shortchanging our schools. a lot of people in raleigh will be happy about this. the city is about to get a new publix just securing a lease for the new location at leesburg and strickland road. it will be 49,000 square feet and is set to open in 2018. for many people adjusting to life after a storm it means cleaning out your car. last week, a woman nearly set herself on fire while unknowingly vacuuming gasoline from the trunk of her car. surveillance video taken from a florida carwash shows the explosion. the woman is okay. but the vacuum is destroyed. the woman drove off. and has not returned. the carwash owner said it cost
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new way to answer calls with your finger. marley hall reports. >> it is a little hard to believe that putting a high- tech watchband on your wrist can turn your finger into a phone receiver. >> if i take it off, it sto. watch. youtube connects it to your phone. when someone calls, the sound travels from your wrist at your finger. a microphone picks up your voice. the device was developed in south korea. >> it translates the sound into a vibration. so it can pass through your hand and through your finger all the way to your ear.
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muffled. especially in noisy places like times square. >> several tech companies have come up with your devices making it easier to talk. like apple's new wireless ear pads. the sony earpiece can actually be controlled by pushing a button. or even nodding your head. >> they will find increasingly interesting ways to interact with the phone -- that lets you leave the phone in your pocket. >> the signal device is not for le >> yes. that is weird. but it is a good invention. >> it is expected to be available next year with a price tag of around $150. arley hall, cbs news, new york. i'm not sure how i feel about that. >> me either. >> we have been talking about all the work they have been doing with this flooding. i can remember so well after francis -- cities in
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inundated. homes destroyed. they were there for months and months at a time. they set up an office so people could have access and get all sorts of help. it is good to see them helping people. >> absolutely. some of the towns in eastern north carolina -- are the places that need the help the most. a lot of them dealing with high water issues this morning. that will continue for the next few days until all these rivers fall below flood stage. this morning, we are seeing sunshine. a live look from an elementary school in cary. beautiful start to the day. plenty of blue skies. some of us dealing with fog. cannot see it on the satellite. there is fog. no wet weather. we can expect the dry conditions and the sunshine to continue throughout the day today.
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and cumberland counties. we have flooded roads. hundreds of road closures across parts of the area including big portions of i-95. keep that in mind if you are traveling. a lot of full creeks and streams and river flooding we are dealing with especially toward greenville. we still need to keep a close watch on the situation. continuing content -- recovering continuing to be ongoing. that will be the case the next several days. fog outside this morning. especially the northeastern corner of the viewing area. visibility down to zero at roanoke rapids. under a tenth of a mile. three tenths of a mile in cell -- a half-mile at south hill. the fog lifting quickly. we do have a lot of sunshine on the way today. and for the first part of the week. it is 52 degrees outside in raleigh and durham. fifty-two in clayton. fayetteville, 54 degrees. the temperatures be climbing into the mid-70s this afternoon. up to 70 to six -- several degrees above average for this time of year. we will see the sunshine all day.
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that is thanks to a system of high pressure which will lead to mostly sunny skies. temperature is getting warmer today. as the hydrates to the east, it will turn our flow of air more out of the south and southwest. mostly sunny with high temperatures in the 80s. monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. and then the next cold front arrives friday into saturday. that could potentially bring us a few showers around the area. highs across the area, in the 70s you're talking about mid to upper 70s in the sand hills. fort sanford, 76. seventy-six in smithfield. goldsboro, 77 this afternoon. rocky mount, 75. raleigh, 75. and 76 in durham. at the state fair, the forecast looks nice. temperatures in the 70s throughout the afternoon and early evening hours. 75 degrees at 5:00 p.m. the gates open in about one
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tonight. the seven day forecast has temperatures climbing over the next few days. up to 80 degrees tomorrow. and 82 tuesday. highs still around 82 wednesday. by thursday, high temperatures will have her near the 80- degree mark as well before the cold front arrives friday into saturday. temperatures fall into the 70s. with clear skies tonight -- with any luck, we may actually get to see a rocket launching wallops island, virginia. because of the curvature of the earth, we might actually be able to see that in raleigh if the sky stays clear. so launch is 8:03 p.m. it is to refuel the international space station. it is being launched from virginia as you can see there. most of the area and the yellow region -- eating about 120 seconds after launch. so if you look up at 8:05 p.m., you might be able to see that rocket as it continues its trajectory.
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they were supposed to launch the rocket friday. they could not do it because hurricane nicole was impacting bermuda. that was messing with the weather but you might have a chance to see that today. ? ? ? ? can you say i love it? ? ? oh love it? ? ? can you say hey? ? ? hey! ? ? that's the spirit! oooooh.? ? ooh ooh ? ? wooh ooh ? ? wooh ooh ? ? sing sing, baby baby i love you. oh yes.? ? ooooh oooh.?
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drop in blood pressure when quickly standing up is linked to a higher risk of developing dementia. researchers followed over 6000 elderly and healthy people for 22 years. they say participants with a certain type of blood pressure got less blood pushed to their brains which over time, can lead to brain dysfunction. the new data could help researchers one day find a cure or at least suitable treatment for the disease. getting an accurate heart rate a reading on popular wrist devices can differ. according to researchers at the clinic that looked at the apple watch or the fit bed. they found the apple watch is more than 90% accurate. and the fit bed was in the 80s. and nearly identical to ekgs. they finally got that thing down in little rock arkansas. the bridge finally demolished after putting a pretty good fight up. the -- the first time the explosives were set off, the
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demolition crews determined a bigger bang and brought down most of the bridge. one of the arches is still standing. and getting to work on a new bridge. and this is crazy on the internet right now. a massive great white shark trying to gobble down a large chunk of fish crashed through the shark look at it. the 13 footers swam inside, got what it was looking for. the crew outside opened the top of the cage so the shark to get free. luckily, nobody was hurt. and attendance is picking up at the north carolina state fair after a slow start thursday. beating the tenure average with about 70,000 attendees on friday. the state agriculture department expected hurricane matthew to affect attendance. also causing several big-name vendors to miss the event. including mount olive pickles.
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supported the fight against breast cancer. a great time. marking the tenth annual annual. this is a picture of all the wonderful survivors coming together picture made before they did that walk. there they go. the weather was fantastic. a great way to put your best foot forward in this deadly disease. it has affected so many people. this was the n h october. cbs north carolina is a sponsor with that. so had a really good time. so many inspirational stories. >> especially because it is such a prominent disease. i know a lot of people know someone who is impacted by breast cancer. so a great cause yesterday. of course great weather for it. i know you were out there and enjoyed the time. i was at the international festival. a lot of people enjoying the state fair.
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>> a ton of things going on. weather looks great today as well. 76 degrees. warming up for the next few days. temperatures in the low 80s through thursday. until the next cold front arrives bringing us the chance of a few showers. dry until then. a look at my favorite graphic of the day. will -- nasa launching a rocket to refuel the international space station with supplies. scheduled for launch at wallops island, virginia tonight at 8:03 p.m. there is a chance that we will actually be able to see this rocket launch about two after launch. that is the best chance of looking at the sky and seeing that in the distance. seeing that rocket making its way out to the international space station. so about two minutes. hopefully the rocket launches on time. it was already delayed from bad weather because of hurricane nicole impacting bermuda. things look good tonight. perfect for launch. so if you look up around 8:00
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