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watching wral and as soon as he heard about it, he headed out to the grocery store to pack his car with items he knew could make a small dent with the recovery for the families. whatever you can do will hop the families most impacted. >> great to see generous folks. lena tillett from carter- finley. band homily will have a concert friday, november 18th. the concert was already on the schedule but they decided to make it a benefit concert following the hurricane. 100% of the net proceeds gallon to the american red cross to help with flood relief. 7:13 now.
and even after he fixed the problems in the crime lab, he's been there for me time after time ever since. it's hard for a crime victim to speak out. but roy cooper is a good man. ?? no surfing this morning at ocean isles. >> looks like the waves are too small, doesn't it? >> nice sunrise. pretty all over.
tomorrow will be different, a chance rain late in the day and overnight but those chances, pretty slim. i'll show you that coming up on futurecast. let's talk about what you'll see as you head out the door, cooler temperatures, much cooler than yesterday especially from raleigh southward. yesterday, a cold front coming through and we felt the cool air up in the north and not as big a change there, but yesterday, temperatures in the 50s, and this morning, closer here comes the front for late tomorrow and tomorrow night and very little rain with the front and behind it, a big weekend warm up with temperatures in the 80s. it will be close to records. look at this beautiful shot in durham. the sun is just coming up over the horizon with beautiful color over downtown durham. 39 the current temperature at the airport and that's officially our coolest temperature so far.
change the colors with the leaves on the trees and the colors will brighten up. 36 in southern pines and roxboro and 38 in south hill and low 40s for goldsboro, clinton, fayetteville, and ervin and 10 degrees cooler for erwin, goldsboro, and clinton, and not as big a change up north where we had temperatures in the 30s yesterday. the satellite and radar showing what's coming our way. we have a warm it, the cold front. this is tomorrow's front that will bring us rain. most of the rain is in the northern part of the system. we don't have very much rain trailing along the cold front. once it crosses the mountains, it will squeeze moisture out of it. not expecting much rain with this one. a look at futurecast. we stay nice and bright throughout the day and tomorrow morning, we will see cloud cover so tomorrow will feel
temperatures will actually be warmer because our warm front will have moved through. look at that, nothing warm about that, a stripe of snow up there from pennsylvania to new york. our cold front comes through overnight and brings very little rain. 6:00 p.m. tomorrow and then look at the front coming by with just a tiny chance of rain, and behind it we dry out thursday, friday, and saturday, a beautiful weekend. 67 for the high today and cool tomorrow at 45. warm up into the 50s. 74 for tomorrow and the front coming through will bring us a 20 to 30% chance of rain and the amounts will be light, .1" or less. we will warm up well above moral for the weekend and it may fit beautifully for anything you have planned. the fanfest on saturday, 11:00 to 2:00 and you can watch
prizes and take your seats for the 2017 season. 74 at 11:00 a.m. and 80 degrees at 2:00. 83 on sunday, and then we hit halloween and the weather looks good. not as warm as the weekend but very pleasant. 75 on monday and trick or treat time, 70 and at 9:00, 61. so pretty weather in the forecast across the board, the slight chance of rain late thursday and thursday night and brian, you have an incident. what's going on? yeah, an accident at rtp, an accident blocking the ramp at page, and a lot of onlooker delays are starting to build on 40 westbound. keep that in mind as you leave raleigh heading into rpt.
a wide view around the triangle, overall, not a bad scene, slow inbound capital as you head over from wake forest to 540 and a backup on inbound lewisburg road. 540, congestion from lewisburg to six forks and creedmoor, a smooth ride from glenwood and beyond. the beltline is from the knightdale bypass to six forks road and then slows down from glenwood to wade avenue. the western side of johnston county and wade, a crash and an accident cleared up from highway 50 at timber drive in garner, earlier delays clearing up through there. back to you. >> thank you, brian. australia's biggest theme
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mother. beautiful but chilly, elizabeth. some of the coolest temperatures so far this season but it's beautiful down salem and apex. 36 in roxboro and southern pines and 39 in raleigh and rocky mount and 37 in south hill so patchy frost in low- lying areas. the temperatures are not cold enough to end the growing season but that may happen in 67 today and 74 thursday and friday, just a slight chance of showers for tomorrow. brian's here with a look at traffic. 7:27, elizabeth, and we have an accident at rtp blocking the ramp to page. and with the flashing lights there, big delays on 40 westbound so keep that in mind
>> the latest polls still show north carolina could go either way in the presidential election. >> donald trump will be in charlotte and kinston trying to make progress, and bill clinton will be here campaigning on behalf of his wife. >> reporter: bill and renee, all eyes are on the swing states with a total of five stops in former president bill clinton will campaign for his wife, hillary, in wilmington, pembrook, and fayetteville. these will be the last appearances in the state wide stronger together bus tour. at each of the events he is expected to encourage voters to take advantage of one-stop early voting and check their registration status. meanwhile, preparations are under way for the return of republican presidential candidate trump in north
for an event closed to the public before heading to a rally in kinston inside a hangar at the local airport. more than 6,000 people have signed up to attend. the event starts at 7:00. there is no word on how or if trump will address hurricane matthew. >> mika state attorney general roy cooper is addressing numerous reports related to price gouging. >> first, enterprise rental cars. daily rates doubles from $30 to $60 in raleigh, fayetteville, lumberton, elizabeth city, and boone. the other complaints involve hotel rooms and bottled water. the sleep inn in mt. olive is accused of charging $150 a night for a room that typically
gastonia is accused of challengerring $300 a night and a circle k in fayetteville is accused of charging $29 for a pack of water. the attorney general's office has received 183 complaints of price gouging. residents in 18 counties declared disaster areas have until today to benefit cards. in our viewing area, edgecombe, nash, wake, washington and wilson counties can start applying tomorrow. more than 11,000 victims received their cards over the weekend. you want a way to help those folks? we have one. >> wral and our partners are
neighbors recovering from hurricane matthew. lena tillett is live at carter- finley stadium in raleigh at gate a to explain how you can help. good morning, lena. >> reporter: good morning, bill and renee. everything donated today goes immediately to hurricane matthew victims. what was so encouraging this morning is the folks who stopped by, dropping off items in bulk. they stocked up their cars to drop off items and help people things up nicely here so you can see some of the items needed. on this end here, we have paper goods, paper towels, toilet paper and cleaning supplies over here. you can see even toiletries really needed for folks who don't have enough time to focus on getting these types of items. and a lot of items already
really helpful. people are spending a lot of money to go into their savings and repair their homes, so anything that we can donate will help give assistance, and diapers are critical. diapersand baby formula are needed and baby wipes. anything that you can do, folks will appreciate it. the driving force for our partners and so many in the community are asking how can we help. we are in lot a of carter- finley stadium and will be here until 7:00 tonight. i'm going to take you off the bus. there is a second bus as well that we hope to fill up, too. i'll let darrell step out. rdu has their own bus and employees will collect items all day long while at work and fill up this bus as well.
there is overflow, it will go to this bus. we believe in the generosity here, and we'll be here until 7:00 tonight. >> what a great sight it will be to see the bus rolling into those communities. thank you, lena, lena tilllet at carter-finley stadium. >> maybe not 1 bus but 2. let that be our goal sunshiney day. right, elizabeth? yeah. you may need the jacket. i saw lena in her jacket, and you may need that past lunchtime, feeling comfortable. a gorgeous sunrise in durham. the sun just popped up, creating beautiful colors in downtown durham. 36 in carthage and henderson and 31 in holly springs and 39 in wilson. so a number of spots will dip
at lunchtime, 59 and 5:00, 63 and we should climb into the mid and upper 60s for highs across the area this afternoon. a look at your running forecast if you are heading out the door, 30s in spots and low 40s in others. so an average of 40 degrees. if you are headed out to walk the dog, you will probably need the jacket. but if you are running, it will feel nice. we have a big warm up for the weekend, and brian is here a look at the slow spots. good news at rtp, elizabeth. a look at i-40 at page road with an accident blocking the ramp. it has been moved over to the right shoulder. traffic's getting by right now and we are seeing significant onlooker delays this morning. a look at the ride 40 westbound through wake county. 18 minutes through garner, and the fortify work zone, an 18
to 540. these are part of the onlooker slowdowns because of the accident at page road, 13 minutes from wade to 540. give yourself plenty of extra time, an unusually slow ride as you leave raleigh heading to the airport. we have a slow down in the usual spots, 540 westbound slow between lewisburg to creedmoor and things are moving along fairly well but it will be tough getting there. and 440 westbound backing up at new bern to lake boone trail and wade avenue outbound because of delays 40 west. durham, looking good. no trouble on 85, and i-40 is looking good leaving chapel
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for that. the american red cross is launching a new hero care act, and we have the american red cross senior vice president kobe langley here. good morning. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us, bill. >> reporter: tell us why you created this app specifically for military members and their families. >> sure. bill, the american red cross is original mission is to serve the wounded warriors and military members. clara barton was on the battlefield, and we have been doing it since then. and we also provide communication services for the members. but the launch of the hero care app was in response to the
military. 80% are millennials and providings us with a way to assist them in emergencies. >> reporter: how does it work? >> you have to download the hero care app on your mobile device and it's simple to use. i have it right here. you input your military members' information and it removes one step in the verification process. i was in the military. i'm a father. if my daughter winds up in the hospital and my in touch in me, she is get hold of me. it can get you home right away. >> reporter: and the reaction quickly so far? >> outstanding. we have had thousands of downloads. and this is the newest product. you can go to our website and take a look at all of our products, but a lot of folks
encourage any military member to download it. >> reporter: all right. thank you very much. the hero care app was available to download for free in app stores, and you can find more information on the american red cross website. again, koby langley, appreciate that information. almost time to go trick
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just gorgeous out there, soak up the sunshine because things will be changing. that's right. cloud cover for tomorrow and temperatures will be mild with a little bit of rain, and i mean a little bit. look at this gorgeous shot in wilson. the sun just popped up over the buildings on nash street, beautiful, hardly a cloud in the sky but it will be more beautiful weather in the forecast. 39 at the airport at rdu. this is the first time we have
this fall season. so, yeah. definitely cooling down but actually from here, we'll see temperatures warming for the next few days. another glorious weekend. 38 is the current dew point and 36 in roxboro and 39 in south hill and rocky mount and 36 in southern pines. we have a good chunk of the viewing area in the upper 30s, patchy frost possible in low- lying and rural areas and not a hard freeze. this is not cold enough to see anen to the growing season just yet. morning for the next, say, six days, not looking at the end of the growing season just yet. not any time this week. the 24-hour temperature change is noticeable down south. yesterday morning we noted that a cold front moved through and the cooler air was spilling in from the north. it's not as big a difference from roxboro and downhill as down south. we have to wait until later in the day for the cooler air to make it down south. but it's there now.
than yesterday. the cool temperatures don't stick around with warm air to the west and 54 in st. louis and 53 in little rock and 56 in jackson and 54 in montgomery and we'll see the warmer air pushing into our area, and we'll feel it especially for friday, saturday, and sunday. here's a look at the satellite and radar. we still have will cooler temperatures ahead of the warm front that will move by today and we will really notice the days. the cold front swings by, and behind the cold front we'll continue to have the warm air in place. the cold front won't do much to push the warm you are air out. the temperatures will continue to climb even in the morning. tomorrow, still cool at 45 and then mid to upper 50s, really warm for this time of year. 67 today and for tomorrow and on friday, just a slim chance
or less and dry f or football friday, nice and a jacket will keep you happy. 7:00, 64 and 10:00, 57. 81 on saturday and 83 on sunday and 86 is the record high for sunday, so we'll be close to that, unseasonably warm over the weekend. temperatures drop back for monday and tuesday, but we are not likely to see temperatures that are uncomfortable. it will be nice, 6:00 p.m. as folks are headed out halloween, 70. and at 9:00, 61. so nice weather in the forecast for the next seven days with a chance of just a few passing showers late thursday. brian is here with a look at the roads and still following the accident at i-40 at page road. the good news is they re- opened that ramp but the big problem are the onlooker delays at 40 west. 7:49 and taking a look at the camera, the traffic is slowing
you can see the flashing lights under the right shoulder, and you need to scoot over one lane and slow down considerably and backing traffic up on 40 west. a live look at the commute and we'll zoom into the west side of raleigh and it slows through chapel hill and wade and beyond the solid red line indicating the stop and roll traffic. the latest sensory said that the ride will take at least 16 minutes and steadily climbing. it's a mess. as you can see, the outbound side of wade is merging and the delays build into the beltline. outbound suede backing up with delays towards 440 with delays on and off from the capital boulevard out to wade avenue.
leaving west raleigh. you need to give yourself plenty of extra time and starting to see congestion and sun glare delays south durham between 54. renee? >> thank you, brian. literature, dance, acting, and music, our teacher of the week helps students see the value in all of them. >> wral's gerald owens shows us >> light and dark, surgeon and darkness, absolutely. >> reporter: 13 years ago, our teacher of the week came here because of what it offered. >> it was mainly what drew me, to bring pieces of that into the classroom. let the students shine in ways they may not have realized.
and knows not everyone teenager has a passion for the arts. >> i can see those who struggle in the classroom tear up the dance floor. >> reporter: and literature, a real struggle when students don't love reading as much as she does. >> loving it as i do, i try and give them a wide range of choices. some of them i make them read because they don't will enjoy it and i think giving them background information i can continued. >> reporter: she is giving them tools for long after they leave. >> helping them find the right look at the right time in their life can change them. >> reporter: gerald owens, wral news. justin timberlake may be in trouble posting a selfie of himself with his ballot.
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7:56. bill leslie with the top stories. we begin as we do so many time this is time of the morning to traffic. brian? that's r morning, a slow ride leaving raleigh into rtp because of an accident block the ramp at page. the accident itself has been moved over to the right shoulder and we have activity 40 westbound. that with onlooker delays adding up. 40 westbound, the ride just from wade to 540 will take 16 minutes and stop and roll traffic from the fortify work
backed up from oberland road. bill? >> thank you, brian. donald trump will be in washington, d.c. for the opening of a new trump hotel and he will appear in charleston and then kinston tonight at 7:00. clinton will make stops in wilmington and and fayetteville. elizabeth gardner tells us about the sunny weather. >> beautiful. cool this morning, cooler than yesterday in the southern part of the viewing area, and we will enjoy the beautiful sunshine that popped over the horizon in wilson. 36 in roxboro and 39 in south hill and 36 in southern pines. at the airport, we popped up
erwin, and we'll be at 74 tomorrow, more clouds tomorrow and a slight chance of showers late in the day and back to sunshine on friday. bill? thank you, elizabeth. we are partnering up to fill buses today. how you it's called "the snake:" a long, skinny congressional district drawn along i-85 to segregate african american voters. "the snake" and others like it were drawn by state legislators as a partisan power grab. he wrote the decision supporting his party's discrimination. but federal judges rejected edmunds' opinion and said the power grab was all about race.
vote. the presidential candidates continue their fight for battle ground states including north carolina where they'll be today. noticeably cooler today but it won't last too long. elizabeth will tell us how cold it will get and when to expect a warm up. good morning. it's 8:00. thank you for joining us. imrenee chou. >> and i'll bill leslie. 11 more voting days in north carolina, including today and more than half a residents have already cast their ballots. >> we continue to hear complaints from folks who use touch don't machines. mikaya thurmond has more on the issue and what voters can do about it. >> reporter: renee and bill, we have heard from voters for both hillary clinton and donald trump saying that the touch screen machines show a