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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this monday, october 20. matt o'donnell is off. nydia han is joining us. developing this morning. >> a high-speed police chase in delaware county ends with a violent crash. police say it started with a used car add. >> new details just in on an overnight shooting in
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kensington. >> some of us are waking up to a frost advisory and temperatures near the freezing mark. >> we have news breaking right now. firefighters are battling a fire at the somers point apartments in atlantic county, new jersey, right now. the action cam is on the scene, just sent this brand new video back into the newsroom. the multi-alarm fire caused a partial roof collapse in one of the building and 8 apartments have been damaged. no reports of injuries. fire crews credit a fire wall from stopping the blaze from spread further. stay with "action news" and for any updates as they come in. >> we have a preview of weather and traffic with matt pellman and david murphy. good morning, guys. >> reporter: take a look at satellite we had clearing croarvet. we had clouds and now we have clear skies breaking out. that helped the temperatures dip a bit. we're at 42 in philadelphia. check out the numbers in the
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suburbs, 33 in trenton. 34 in allentown, 37 in reading, 37 in wilmington, the freezing mark in millville. in between these numbers there are spots that are dipping to the freezing mark or close to it. the freezing warning in effect in the light blue counties in allentown and central south jersey the rest of rest of us he freeze advisories. as we head outside to get the car warmed up. in the philadelphia, low 40s, but a lot of suburbs hanging on to the mid to upper 30s through that time period. 42 degrees by 8:00. 55 by noon. 3:00 p.m., 61 with a high shortly after that of 62 degrees today. matt pellman what are roads looking like with this chilly start. >> reporter: just like the temperatures are rebounding, the speeds are rebounding, the crash
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that we had by oxford valley road cleared out. you can see lingering northbound volume heading toward morrisville. the crews associated with the crash pulled away a few moments ago. but there's a crash to watch out for montgomery township along the pnc bank at welsh road. whitpain township at mount pleasant avenue between morris road and battles road. without for a crash close to the head nut along haverford road and eagle road. no major issues along the blue route and schuylkill expressway is clear thus far. in the great northeast we're seeing buildings southbound volume heading into the work zone by cottman avenue. it's crowded here and again southbound from allegheny to girard, just normal morning stuff along i-95. same situation on 42 in belmawr, camden county. buildings northbound volume as you come up from turnersville,
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blackwood and deptford, so far we're not jammed. nydia? >> matt, thank thank you. we have brand new information on a developing story the man who was found by his girlfriend with two bullet holes in his head has been pro pronounced dead. the woman told police her boyfriend went to the store he didn't return. when she went out to look for him he had been shot. a robbery attempt turned into a police chase through two counties overnights. katherine scott is in wynnfield where the ordeal started. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the victim was looking at a car he wanted to by and then found himself trapped inside the car by the two sellers who wanted to rob him. it started on the 6000 block on
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near saint joe's avenue. the victim wanted to test drive the car and that's when the seller and another man tried to rob him. the victim couldn't get out of the car, the car sped off with all three inside. the car lost control and crashed into a fence on the 1600 morocco of wycomb. -- on the 1600 block of wycomb. one of the suspects fled on foot, police did take the other suspect in custody. if you have any information on the whereabouts of the second suspect. we're live in win -- they want to hear from you. we're live in wynnfield. police are looking for the armed robbers who terrorized
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employees at chickee and pete's. the bandits forced them to empty $16,000 from the safe. they ordered the manager and three employees into the freezer. the suspect got away with the cash and the manager's wedding ring. they tossed employee cell phones from the getaway car. new guidelines are going into place for healthcare workers handling ebola in the united states. two nurses in dallas contracted the disease while treating thomas duncan who finally succumbed to ebola. 48 people who came in contact with duncan are out of quarantine. officials say they are no longer at risk of having or passing on ebola. our coverage continues at we have resources there for you to learn about the ebola virus, it's symptoms and how it spreads.
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>> being caught with small amounts of pot will no longer send people to jail in philadelphia. anyone caught with an ounce of marijuana or less will be find $25 instead of being adler. using the drug in public will get violators an additional 100-dollar fine. >> if you're looking to go into the holiday season and a new home there's good news on the major step toward that goal. let's go over to maribel aber live in time square. blue is the color this morning. >> reporter: blue is the color. fanny mae and fred'sy -- freddie mac may offer mortgage with down payments with as little as 3%. it would loosen the lending standards adopted following the financial crisis. stocks end on a high note.
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the dow gamed 63 points. snapshot has plunged into the ad game. it featured its first add a 20 second trailer for the new horror movie ouija. they wrote a blog post informing users it's on its way. matt that you mcconaughey is in a commercial pitching lincoln appearing suv. it's a breakthrough as holey wood a-list have been cautious against celebrity endorsements. ful. >> mcconaughey is on top of his game. he has the whole thing down and that voice! >> [laughter]. ice in the arctic. >> reporter: wow, tam. well it's chilly and it's going to feel like the arctic out
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there this morning. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us we're dry, live on sky 6 we're looking at the airport. any of the workers if we had a closeup shot you would see frost coming out of their mouth. 42 degrees if philadelphia. up in allentown, 37 in trenton, in wilmington and reading. 32 on the nose in millville. we have frost warnings across the region. anywhere outside philadelphia county there's a frost warning. potted plants in. allow yourself extra minutes to scrape frost off the winds shields. we'll see a mix of sun and incriesing clouds as the day goes on. the big story is the chilly start. this afternoon, 57 in allentown. sun and clouds, but staying cool in the lehigh valley. down the shore, looks like clouds increasing as the day goes on, a bit milder than
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yesterday, 63 degrees, if philadelphia we're going a bit milder than yesterday. yesterday's high, 57. today's 62. obviously still on the cool side, winds not that strong, clouds increasing as the day goes object. 42 degrees by -- goes on. 42 degrees by 8:00. 51 by 11:00. 2:00 p.m., at degrees, 62 is the high around 3:30. up in the poconos, a mostly cloudy day with sunny breaks, as we get into the afternoon we'll be looking at the development of spotty sprinkles and showers. some of those could linger into the evening hours. unfortunately this is the beginning of several straight days with we're look -- where we are 0 looking cloudy and damage. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 62 degrees, mostly cloudy on tuesday, late
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late-day shower possible. wednesday, rain and drizzle, 58. cloudy and damp. thursday, cloud an damp, 59. friday we recover. 64 degrees, partly sunny skies, the last five or six months this is a typical pattern you get unsettle tdz weather during the week and the weekend looks good. mild anticipate dry on -- mild and dry on saturday and sunday. >> like that. >> a gunman steals a lehigh valley farmer's livelihood. >> we'll show you how how faste future car can go. >> reporter: new construction closure takes place later today in chester county we'll talk about that and good news and bad news at area bridges after the
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break. >> we have a warning for parents ahead of the coming common cold season. we'll tell you about that after "action news" comes right back. so i'm the one living with type 2 diabetes.
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matt pellman, bus stop it looks good on that road matt. >> reporter: we're getting ready for a great week ahead on the schuylkill expressway. we're getting busier on the eastbound side heading toward at this time, but we're not jammed in either direction along 76. at least we have that going for us at this point. we have an accident at montgomery county at bells run boulevard at welsh road. we have a crash at whitpain township at mount pleasant avenue. so far so good organ the pennsylvania turnpike as you come away from bensalem and willow grove and head toward fort washington, no overnight construction to contend with at this point. northeast extension is in the mid 60s. a new work zone against today it will be lasting until we are decking the halls around
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christmastime. fern hill road is closing in west goshing chester county. between turner lane and five points road, all traffic will be diverted. here's the ben franklin bridge news, each night this weekend starting at 9:00 p.m. they are closing the burlington bristol bridge until 5:00 a.m. the next morning. it was supposed to happen in september, it was pushed back. you want to head to the turnpike connector bridge. 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. each night it will be closed. the better news is on the ben franklin bridge. yes this morning we have three lanes heading into the city. by wednesday morning you'll get the 4th lane back, it will provide major relief we've been waiting quite a long time for, tam and nydia. >> remains found over the weekend in virginia have not been identified as those as
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flying high over a new world record. >> reporter: my twitter follower shows the thermometer at 32 degrees in new jersey. christine, that should be phoenixville, # 2 degrees, so we're looking at chilly conditions across the region. obviously cold enough for potential frost and sweatshirts and jackets on the kids. we'l i'm stanley tucci and i love new york.
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trip back in time with me. we're going to our black and white period along city avenue. i'm not sure why the camera is black and white. i wanted to show it to you anyway because so many use city avenue. the traffic is moving fine in both directions. tail lights heading southbound toward st. joe's. haverford the crash at haverford road everything is reopened there. mass transit is on time this morning. beginning today septa teeming up with philabundance with stop hunger at your station, they are collecting things like canned pasta and pb and j as we head toward the holidays. >> reporter: it's a nice thing to get involved in this time of year. if you have your smart phone app, 42 degrees by 8 can mean. we have a frost advisory and
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freeze warning in effect. noon, 55 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 61 degrees, the high 62. we'll slap that in around 3:30 or 4. if you're heading to the airport, no major delays in any of our most frequently traveled destinations and no rain report, either. tam. >> new research shows medication errors involving children are made by their parents at home. phone calls to poison control centers show it happened in 97% of the errors. children under the under the age are the victims. the eagles back from the bye preparing for a game with arizona after having a week off. the cowboys beat the giants
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31-21. demarko murray mcthe first player in nfl history to have 100 yards in the first seven games of his season. dallas is tops in the nfl. >> next up on the 6:00. there's new details on a berks county fire. >> katherine scott is updating a developing story for us at 6:30. >> reporter: nydia what the victim thought was going to be a car sale turned into attempted
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>> new this morning, federal officials at at the atf are tryg to determine what sparked a fire in a berks county buildings. the four-alarm blaze broke out at the old reading crowd let center at 10:00 a.m. sunday morning. the fire investigation is expected to take 7 to 10 days to get completed. >> a rehab center played a role in a wedding miracle this weekend. a robotic exoskelton allowed him to walk down the aisle saturday night in new york. the syracuse resident made weekly trips to the allentown center to use it. >> we're following a developing story including a test drive that turned into a police pursuit. >> police are investigating a pair of back-to-back armed
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from perkisie, pennsylvania, he has at her meters reading in the upper 20s. millville, 32, trenton, 33. 34 in allentown. in between these numbers there are certainly going to be plenty of spots where the numbers are around freezing or blow. so we have freeze warnings and frost advisories in effect. the warnings are up to the north ran central south jersey. new castle county, delaware, delaware county pennsylvania and philadelphia, the city proper are not included in this, but everybody else has to get the potted plants in, if you didn't already. as we take a look we're off to a sunny start. there's plenty of cloud cover out to the west we'll see the clouds thicken up. as we head off to school. it's chilly, lots of suburbs in the 30s. today's high will be 62 around
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3:30, you can see by 3:00 we're in the low 60s. matt pellman what are roads looking like on this frosty morning? >> reporter: was that the first time to his yore breath test this season? >> reporter: i think it was. >> reporter: wow, mark down this daylight. thing are looking good on i-95 southbound side, from the betsy ross bridge to allegheny and girard it's a crawl a delay on the southbound travel time. no accidents just the normal morning volume. there's a crash at welsh road route 63. we have one at whitpain township along mount pleasant avenue at morris road. no issues on the pennsylvania turnpike east west portion or the northeast extension. we have a crash that sheered off a pole, 41 is closed near avon
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terrace. they expect to get the eastbound lane open soon, but they think the westbound lane will be blocked for a little while. stick with 38 or use camden avenue asal naits to 41. -- alternates to 41. 42 northbound camden county, it's starting to get crowded northbound on route 42 to 295. no delays on 495, 202 or i-95. >> breaking right now, ffts -- firefighters are battling a fire in somers points, new jersey. the scene is on the unit block of mays landing road. the blaze broke out @ 5:30 and caused a partial roof collapse in one of the buildings. there's smoke on the scene as they try to get to the fire in the upper floors. fire crews credit a fire wall
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from stopping the blaze from spreading even further stay with us with "action news" for the latest updates. developing overnight a test drive turned into a wild police pursuit in philadelphia and ended with a wreck in delaware county. katherine scott is live in wynnfield where all of this got started. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, philadelphia police say the victim wanted to buy a car, so he met the would-be sellers here, the would-be sellers turned out to be the suspects. this started in wynnfield on the 6000 block of city avenue around 11:00 p.m. near saint joseph's university and ended in landsdown where one person was taken into custody. the victim had spotted a car he wanted to buy and set up a meeting and connected with the seller, the suspect around 11:00 p.m. the victim wanted to test drive the car that's when the seller and another man tried to ro rob.
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the victim couldn't get out of the car, the car sped off, all three people were inside. the police tried to pew 00 pursue him, and the car lost control and crashed into a fence, one suspect fled on foot, police have the other one in custody. the victim was not hurt. if you have any information on the suspect police want to hear from you. >> philadelphia police are investigating two robberies at a pair of 7-eleven stores a few miles apart from one another. the first holdup happened on aramingo avenue in port richmond, the thieves got away with 60 bucks. a seconds armed robber hit up the 7-eleven on the 9000 block of frankford avenue in torresdale at that time the bandit grabbed 20 dos and ran away. officers don't believe that the cases are connected. >> the first people who had
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contact with ebola patient thomas eric duncan are out of the quarantine. and officials say they have quote, zero chance of having eebola. duncan is the patient who passed away at a dallas hospital. amber vinson's family has released a statement suggesting they ignored any of the government provided protocol. more police officers are on patrol outside poconos mountain east high school. a woman said she spotted accused cop killer eric frein outside the school. police are calling her tip highly credible. >> he had actually turned toward me and that's where you can see the mud on his face, you
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could tell what height he was based on the truck he with a was standing next to. >> reporter: did he have a gun? >> you could clearly tell it was a gun. >> reporter: rifle? >> with a scope attached to it. >> she said she shined a light toward the man who was looking a away to go. she ran to her house and called police. authorities have not yet confirmed that bloody found outside the two homes in the poconos is frein's blood, but test results on that may come back today. >> let's turn and talk about accuweather it's chilly out there. >> reporter: it is chilly and philadelphia isn't one of the coolest spots. as we look outside, storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry. another look at sky 6, you can see we're looking at clearing conditions over at the shore. there are clouds in the upper right hand portion of the screen. we're beginning to clear out.
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it looks like it will be a bright start before clouds come in later on. a couple of highlights to the forecast. we are looking to the first frost of the season with much of frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect. and over the next day couple of days we transition to cloudy and damp weather. my twitter follower, peggy in conshohocken has 33 degrees, satellite and shows you how clouds cleared out to be able to allow the surface warmth to be lost. temperatures are plunging right now we look for them to turn around past 8:00 and beyond. 42 degrees by 8:00. although a lot of suburbs will be in the 30s. frost warnings expire at 8:00. 51 degrees by 11:00. a nice high of 62 degrees pretty
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much what you would expect for this time of career. we'll hit that around 3:30, 4:00. allentown and trenton we'll stay in the upper 50s and in the low 60s in the i-95 corridor. as we go through the day, most of the day this is not an issue. you get into 5:00, we'll have light sprinkles. most of the steadier precipitation is at night and even then at 10:30. future tracker showing you scattered spotty precip. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of 62 today. sun and clouds, and then tomorrow mostly cloudy skies, 67, mainly dry, although we can't rule out a spotty sprinkle and shower particularly later in the day and at night. a damp day at times on wednesday, 58 the high.
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59 on thursday, cloudy ann damp conditions, spotty shower is possible on thursday. friday just in time as we head into the weekend, 64 degrees, partly sunny skies, saturday, nice and breezy, 67 and lots of sun on sunday mid 60s. lots of sun sounds really good. >> fall festival fallout. hear from a college student caught up in the campus party chaos. >> drama unfolding at a new york city opera house is outside the theater. >> reporter: we had drama on the schuylkill expressway a crash popped up, but quickly cleared, but not before causing a couple of delays on it is westbound travel time. we'll talk about the schuylkill expressway and talk about changes in bucks county ever the break. >> we're telling you about this fire in south jersey, chopper 6 has arrived on the scene of the breaking news story. we'll have a live
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>> welcome back, chopper 6hd is over the scene of this fire in new jersey. take a look this is atlantic, somers point apartments, this is the unit block of mays landing road. about two hours ago, a little less than that, fire broke out and it led to a partial roof collapse. we have southeastern smoke coming out of there. a lot of firefighters on the scene. it looks as though it is under control. nobody was hurt. this was a fire wall in place
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and they say that kept this thing from spreading even further. somers point, new jersey, where there's an apartment fire 8 apartments damaged, chopper 6 is there and we'll bring you more as it comes in. >> let's go to matt pellman with a look at the roads. hey matt. >> reporter: i promised a look at the schuylkill expressway, here you go, when i make a promise i try to deliver nydia and tam. this is i-76. eastbound is crowded from conshohocken into the curve. slowing from past the boulevard into girard with the normal morning volume. on the westbound side of the schuylkill expressway by vare we had that crash. we were in the teens now we're in the upper 20s we're making progress there. further west, of course, it's quite slow 11 miles per hour from the boulevard to gladwyn. i-95 is jammed from academy to
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cottman. you're hitting the brakes again past bridge into girard. normal morning stuff there. starting in 15 minutes in bristol township bucks county they will set up a new traffic pattern along bristol pike between green lane and levittown parkway. that on going work zone this pattern they are setting up today will shift traffic from the inside lanes to the newly constructed outside lanes and then this new pattern which is going to be set up today will stay in effect through july, get used to it. while we're in this neck of the woods, weeknights, this week they are closing the burlington bristol bridge for maintenance. stay on the connector bridget starts -- connector bridge, it starts at 9:00 p.m. wednesday morning the ben franklin bridge the 4th lane
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will be open, the construction wrapped up. >> students at a college in new hampshire could be expelled for their involvement in a wild party that turned violent over the weekend. this is the aftermath of a pumpkin festival. police used tear gas on young partyers. one of the victims spoke out about the chaos. >> i cut my lip open from here to here, it chipped one of my front teeth. >> many students returned to the scene yesterday to begin cleaning up the debris littering the streets near campus. >> former new york mayor rudy giuliani and others will protest a performance.
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the opera glorifies a palestinian terrorist who murdered a disabled passenger only a crews ship. a press conference will discuss a break in a robbery spree in northeast philadelphia. three suspects are under arrest. there were 14 business robberies. this past weekend a police officer stopped a car believed to play a role crime. one of the suspects was drive winning a gun and plastic inside the vehicle. the other two suspects were taken into custody elsewhere. >> breaking overnight, the bodies of several women are found in the midwest and their alleged killer has confessed. "good morning america" has the details. >> reporter: my twitter for jacob from oxford pennsylvania
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>> it is time for a preview of "good morning america." >> amy robach joins us for aof look at what comes up after "action news." amy we are talking about what looks like a serial killer in the midwest, a disturbing story,
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and "g.m.a." will have more. >> reporter: that's right, great to be with you tam and nydia. we're talking about a suspected serial killer confessing to seven victims in northwest indiana. we'll have the latest on this investigation and follow up on your coverage. we'll follow up on your coverage of ebola in america. family members and dozens of others who had contact with the texas ebola patient before he died are being released after three weeks in isolation. we have dramatic video of a blazing house fire and the heros who rushed in to save a man who was trapped inside. we'll hear from one of the brave rescuers for the first time this morning. we have the stars of the wonder careers here live more two decades, sounds like you're a fan and stanley tucci, he is joining us with delicious italian meals. we'll be eating well and passing
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on the recipes to you all. >> lime looking forward to -- i'm looking forward to seeing that. have a good show. >> reporter: not even 7:00 a.m. and i am ready for pasta already. unfortunately we don't like this in audubon, montgomery county. police activity southbound at egypt road taking out the right lane. causing slowing in the left lane. getting word of a water main break in richboro bucks county closing down bustleton pike. if you're going to richboro school it could be a problem for you. in moorestown burlington county there's a problem with 41. >> reporter: a lot of people tweeting in the numbers, alicia in glassboro, new jersey, 34 degrees, that's similar to what we're seeing across central
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south jersey and the northern suburbs. 33 in trenton. 34 in allentown. 32 the freezing mark in millville. philadelphia, 42 degrees, there are frost at advisories and freeze warnings until 8:00 a.m. everywhere except philadelphia and delaware county and new castle county. 45 degrees in philadelphia by 9:00. by 9:00 most of us climbing out of the 30s. 55 by noon. 61 by 3:00 p.m. 62 is
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>> welcome back here our top story which is breaking overnight in the last couple of hours. fire has damaged 8 apartments do you want shore. chopper 6hd is live overhead that building has a partial roof collapse, the somers point apartment on mays landing road. no injuries reported. firefighters on are still on the scene. >> reporter: we have slowing i-95 northbound, david. we have a first frost of the season and freeze warning for the areas highlighted in blue.
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45 degrees by 9:00. we're in the upper 30s by 9:00 in the suburbs, the high today is 62 around 3:30. >> we hope you're off to a great day, we'll see you back here in 30 with the weather, traffic and breaking news.
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