karin brown cbs news hollywood. >>> good morning thank you for watching 9news now. i'm andrea roane. >>> and i'm mike hydeck. >>> here's monika santani. she has traffic in a moment. justin bieber, you were so excited there a moment ago. >>> yeah. moving right along. 51 degrees right now. >> travis. >> a big bebober fan. >> weather first. hey we have patchy, dense fog right now in spots. some of those areas are going to be in northern virginia, a dense fog advisory nfort mead, we have to watch out there. here's a look at the day planner where temperatures will be climbing into the low 60s by noon. mid to upper 60s for highs with the 5:00 p.m. temperature of 65 and winds out of the northwest at 10
karin brown, cbs news, hollywood. >>> and thanks for keeping your eye on us. good morning, you are watching 9news now at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane.
karin brown, cbs news, los angeles. >> so many women going through this. what can you do? there is one thing. you can bring your previous mammograms with you each year to reduce the chances of being called back, or get them done at the same place so they can track t make sure the radiologist has previous images to refer to. >>> the same engineers who rapelled down the side of the washington monument are doing exactly the same thing, but at the national cathedral, which was also damaged in the august 23rd earthquake. peggy joins us to talk about what they are looking for out there. >> reporter: the cathedral has been closed since august 21st because of that earthquake, which did damage it. it is structurally sound. but they are worried some of the stone carvings, both inside and outside, may have become unstable and may fall. so today, engineers began inspecting the facade outside, way up there. >> it is a good thing it is not windy today. >> reporter: the beautiful weather is why the start of this inspection process was moved to today. you wouldn't want to be rapellings 23
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