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u can feel good about general mills big g cereals. the search . from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good day news station, this is "good day tampa bay." the search of a body closes a popular park. a thanksgiving play ends some calling for the teacher's resignation. the story behind this video. >> alcides: good morning and thank you so much for watching "good day tampa bay." 6:00 in the morning on this saturday. thanks for being with us. >> sorboni: we are getting your weekend started. i am sorboni banerjee. check in with lindsay, definitely a bite in the air. >> lindsay: cooler this morning. tomorrow morning 5 to 10 degree cooler than what we are greeted
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the mid- to upper 40s. 62 is near normal for this time of year. 65 in lakeland. 06 in bradenton. light layers and fog. brandon dense air creeping in land lifting out between 8 and 9 a.m. the cold front we are watching is getting closer and moves in tonight. here it is now though so a ways away. once the be had, turning breezy tonight, and much, much cooler as we wrap up the second half of the weekend. by lunchtime in the mid-70s. we climb to 79 today. if you like cooler tempe temperatures, you don't want to miss monday morning's lows. that's coming up. new this morning, officials are warning people not to go in the water after a massive sewage spill in town and country. a hillsborough county utility contractor was installing a
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it happened on danview court. raw sewage spewed out. officials say not to fish, wade or swim in rocky creek or the area where the creek flows into the bay for the next few days. tap water, however, not affected. when the sun comes back up this morning, crews will be back out at a popular pasco county park searching for a body. they got a tip that buried on green key in new port richey. they closed that park and picked a specific area of the beach and now forensic experts are searching the park of that beach searching for that body. it could take several days to verify the tip. >> the tip was there is possibly a body. we haven't found anything and a methodical search and it takes a while and we will be out here today and tomorrow.
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green key beach will be closed throughout the weekend. a pinellas county deputy has been fired. grabbing a woman, wrestling her to the ground there. her head hits the concrete. the woman at one point faced felony charges. the sheriff told us the case was extremely frustrating but that the video spoke for it itself. the incident happened on march 25. deputy wagner recorded throwing paige taylor there against a truck. he later reported that aggressively but you can see in the video that never happened. taylor at one point was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and facing jailtime but those charges were dropped following an internal investigation. wagner was fired. >> there is absolutely no room for a deputy sheriff to not tell the truth and own up to it and announce responsibility when they make a mistake. >> i am glad to see miss taylor cleared.
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concern. it gets nervous around law enforcement. this doesn't end for her today but this chapter does end. >> sorboni: wagner pulled that drive of the truck over for having a suspended license. it is unlikely that wagner will face charges but the case is still being reviewed. good news in the fight against the zika virus. the world health organization says the virus is no longer a public health emergency but they say it does not mean it is they shift their focus on l long-term programs. they are trying to develop a vaccine and the long-term program will help further research. we still have to be careful in florida. more sdmreebinga cases are being reported. the health department says 1200 patients have tested positive for the zika virus in florida and the outbreak earlier in year. friday six new travel-related cases reported here in the sunshine state and four new cases locally acquired.
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where mosquitoes are spreading the virus. the virus is known to cause birth defects so pregnant women should avoid traveling in the affected areas of miami. donald trump has settled his lawsuit with trump university. trump has agreed to a $25 million settlement. every victim in the case will get half their money back. some a full refund. trump will pay 1 million to the state of new york for violating state education laws. settlement is not an admission of guilty. the suit alleged that trump university failed to deliver the quality real estate education it promised students. vice president-elect mike pence was the latest celebrity to see "hamilton." they had a mess sans. >> vice president mike pence we welcome for you joining us at
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we, sir, are the diverse america that are anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our family, our children, our parents or defend us and hold our inailenable rights, sir. but we truly hope that this show will inspire to you uphold our american values and work on behalf of all of us. all of us. [applause] one american story told by a diverse group of men, women of pence left the theater before "brandon dixon" finished the speech. but we're told, pence stood i >> pence left the theatre before but we are hold he stood in the hall to hear the entire message. we are getting a better idea what the trump inauguration will look like.
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monthly crue to perform. the singer was asked about his availability. he will be performing with his own band and not with monthly crue. what other bands and what he will perform, he says he is unsure. neil will appear on the next season of celebrity apprentice. a new step toward protecting vulnerable species in our state. across state critical wild life areas they are not completely closed off but officials with shut them down during crucial periods, breeding, feeding and migration. it will help stop people from accidently disturbing those nests, dogs, cars cannot be allowed in those areas. >> you get too close it causes harm.
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too long. the mom gets off the nest. it reduces their reproductive potential. >> alcides: two spots in our a viewing area that are included on that list. the wichlacoothie and roberts bay island in sarasota county. it is beginning to look a it is beginning to look a lot like christmas. curtis hicks onpark has turned into a christmas v outdoor market and waterfront cafe. testimony be open through christmas day. >> alcides: hard to believe. >> sorboni: i know. it is not even thanksgiving, but holiday village, get in the spirit. >> alcides: the kids love it. the bucs are looking to build momentum after a big win with the bears. >> sorboni: what to expect when they take on the chiefs this weekend. friday night lights are heating up as the push for second round of playoffs is on. kevin o'donnell is breaking
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sports. 6:08. you will need the jacket this morning and definitely need it tomorrow morning as the cold front, the strongest of the season is on the way. around the state 48 in brooksville. check out the front. not even in our state yet. it moves in tonight in the meantime, this morning, fog for some of us, keep it slow from eastern pasco to northeastern hillsborough. we will time out tonight's we will time out tonight's front and tell you how cool i never shop without a list. and at publix what's on the list also happens to be what's on sale. stuff you actually want... on sale! isn't that something? that's how i save at publix. how 'bout you?
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welcome back. wildfires continue to burn across the southeastern united states. in the last week alone 190 square miles are burn, fall leaves, dry conditions and gusting winds have fueled the flmes. right now campfires are being blamed along the southeastern parts of appalachian trail. a $10,000 reward who started a major wildfire in the western part of the state. we haven't hit thanksgiving
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people. parts of minnesota got their first snow. the view in slanld. parts of northwestern minnesota could get up to 6 inches of snow by the end of the weekend. oh, the shoveling. in denver they are seeing the first snow, but the speed caught people off guard. started falling thursday and stayed on the ground until friday. the -- snow is first denver for 200 days and comes a little >> alcides: about a year from massachusetts. are you missing it. >> sorboni: i will miss it around the holidays because i will miss the first floor. snow gets ugly and dirty fast and a lot of work and getting up and where you need to be in it is not fun. that is the long answer. the short answer is, nope, not going to miss it. >> lindsay: i saw you smiling
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>> alcides: i don't know if i can deal with it. >> sorboni: fall feel. it is nice that we are waking up to it. >> lindsay: around the holidays and cooler into the second half of the weekend. second half of the weekend. if some of you are thinking of the 80s in the afternoon. highs in the 60s, yes, 60s and windy. what is happening right now. the cool is not here yet. clear in tampa. we have fog north of the bay. waking up at 62 degrees. it is dry kind of wakes you up feeling refreshing with that northeast wind. that becomes northwest behind a potent cold front tonight and this will pull in a whole new air mass for us. as cool as that 64 is in st. petersburg, by tomorrow mor morning, you are in the low 50s. 56 in westchase. 40s greeting us from inverness to brooksville. by monday morning, some of you will be in the 30s. the mid-30s. so change is coming. 57 in englewood.
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city at 57. as clear as it is here in tampa, well, if you live in those fog-prone areas east of tampa, we have fog. extends east to state road 60 toward valrico and dade city, central portions of pasco. land o lakes. keep it in slow if you cone encounter it opinion in the wake of it, we are dry and before you get excited. a cold front and some rain. i do not expect rain, few clouds early this evening. behind the front 20s in wichita. 31 in little rock. as this slides through, a huge change. not here until the evening tonight. warm today with temperatures rebound being 79 degrees second half of the day. here we go on futurecast. winds becoming northwest this afternoon. boating get your plans early. by tonight, small-craft advisory from this front. it does swing through tonight. behind it, a whole new wind mass.
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cooler but windy. timing out the temperatures 9:00 near 70s. in the afternoon upper 70s. watch the tumble and watch the green turn to blue. so we wake up in the low 40s tomorrow morning north of the bay. about 50 in tampa. upper 40s inland and more cool air to be had. so we struggle to make it into the upper 60s sunday afternoon. and as our winds relax and stay north, the coolest of the season by far monday morning. no mistake here. a tampa. low 50s in st. pete and mid-30s north of the bay. this is a quick cool snap though by thanksgiving. we are back to near 80 degrees. in the tropics, a disturbance still near central america have a 50% chance of developing. not going to impact us. still hurricane season until november 30. the cold front late today. mostly sunny. up to 79 degrees. clear, cooler and turning breezy, 50 for the low. will wake up to 40s north of
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cooler day. lots of sun. we will see boots and sweaters tomorrow. on the water, winds are north at 10 to 15 knots. low tide at lunchtime. 12:08 st. pete pier. seven-day forecast show quick taste of -- dare i say winter, 46 by monday morning but by turkey day, turkey is pumped to be coming to tampa near 80 degrees. no rain this week. we could use some. just not in the cards. second round of the high school football playoffs. tampa bay with a bunch of teams in the hunt for a ring. a total of 21 teams started tonight looking to keep these dreams alive. tampa catholic hosting berkeley prep in 3 a action. the crew saitd ers won it 25 25-10. famous face, bucs coach cutter.
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let's it fly. great catch by cory lepperd. and they drive and stall. have to punt. berkeley prep, davis cutter putting it right there. great grab by jacob hines. that play sets us up, a 50-yard run. 7-0 berkeley prep. on the second quarter, gordon steps in once again from inside the 5. 14-0 go continue to to beat 42-6. berkeley prep faces jackson trinity christian next week in the state semifines. jefferson and jesuit going at it. jefferson scores first and the tigers answer. malik davis breaking loose for a 33-yard tying score. then in the second, facing 4th and 2. danny boone finds a crack and
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after jesuit stuffing jefferson on a 4th and 10. 4th down and 1 from the 10, the tigers take over. malik davis needs a crack. he is going 91 yards for the touchdown. jesuit goes on to the regional final 42-21. host amokle next friday. class 7 a, rematch between lakeland and plant. the dread knots knock out the panthers. turf. in the first half, panthers on the move in the third, dane franzton backup quarterback across the middle to the one-yard line. plant has to settle for a field goal. 3-0. lakeland goes up 14-11. late in the game. plant up 18-14. but how about this for a response. aj davis, on the kick return.
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goes 99 yards for the go-ahead score. there are flags on the field but lakeland still gets the touchdown, 21-18. minutes ago, plant phlox the punt. sets him up on the 2-yard line and that's how they win it. franzen winning score 30 seconds left, they win it 25 25-21. bucs won't have offensive l lineman backen as they had homeland. he haven't cleared concussion protocol, panfield evan smith and jacquez rogers, joe holly, shelly and stocker did practice. they are good to go against the chiefs on sunday. tight end has turned into one of the best tight end targets in the league. he signed a free agent contract in 2015. he is tied for the league league among tight ends with five touchdowns, three have come in the last three games. his 35 receptions tie him with
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>> the core thing, hard work pays off. i keep going back to that because cambray is the epitome of that. he comes in every single day working hard. after practice -- he is staying after to get some balls, man. if you work that hard, only something good can happen. >> kevin: that is a look at sports. you have a great day. we have told but people having all sort of therapy animals like pigs, goats, even introduce to you a turkey that will not be on a family's table this thanksgiving. >> alcides: probably a good thing considering it is a therapy animal. a thanksgiving play ends with his little boy in tears and his parents extremely upset. why a teacher took a microphone away from this little boy coming up next. and before we go to break, having a birthday today? you are in good company. here is a look at some of the famous people born on this d
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you are watching good day tampa bay. >> alcides: the holidays are here that means school plays. >> sorboni: one thanksgiving play ended with a little boy in tears. tears. >> thank you for coming. >> this happened at the primary school. 6-year-old caleb wanted to close out the show by saying gobble gobble and one of the school's teachers took the mic
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little different. his heart is big. what does it matter if he wanted to say gobble gobble. he was the turkey after all. she added that her son has high functioning autism. >> alcides: breaks your heart, doesn't it. after the incident said he calls her action a mistake and she was not acting with malice. >> if we had to do it all over again we would have done it differently. i will speak to the teacher tomorrow. i have spoken to the principal principal tomorrow too and we will sit down and kind of go over some of the things that we saw and ways to remedy that and always be cognizant that we are always sending a message to our children and to our parents and to our community that these children are very, very important, autistic students, any type of student, we want to make sure that all of our students, we embrace all of them and give them the quality
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special. caleb's mom posted a video to facebook where he got what he was going to say at the end of the play. >> gobble, gobble, gobble! >> sorboni: there it is. he got it out there. when it comes to therapy animals, werps seen therapy pigs, therapy goats. how with one in the spirit of the season now. residents at a rehab center got their turkey in a different way this week. therapy turkey. his owner found her at a r roadside t. always was supposed to be a p pet, not dinner. when saw how calm around pe people, thought a therapy bird. >> she was so tame, i thought she would make a good therapy animal because so tame and calm. >> i seen a turkey and never that close and not a live one,
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of the entree. >> sorboni: most turkeys only live to be about 6 months old but priscilla will live a dinner table-free life at around 10 years. that is a nice turkey. there were wild turkeys -- i lived in massachusetts before, they were not nice, not nice at all. chase people around the college campuses. do news stories on many tur turkeys. >> alcides: that turkey was pardoned do with president obama. >> sorboni: higher calling. i like it. >> alcides: lindsay, what is that forecast looking like. >> lindsay: cooler off the door. we felt that crispness. >> alcides: felt very nice and hopefully will continue for the rest of the week. >> lindsay: cooler and windy tomorrow. if you like cooler changes get ready for it. 68 in st. pete and you can handle that with a clear sky. cooler north with fog though. brooksville at 48. 55 in lakeland. hang in there if you are seeing
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tampa north, we have those low clouds, big cold front coming tonight and we will time it out and let you know what to expect coming up hey! is this enough? a little more... grandma! there you go...
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i know i had one more... hmmm... more. how's it looking? 20 more minutes... 8, 9... we need 1 more yes... let's enjoy. we need more rolls there was a little girl, and she became friends with every animal she met. it's getting late, grandma should go. in the end, all we really need more of, is each other. happy thanksgiving from publix.
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is "good news station, this is "good day tampa bay." >> lindsay: good morning and welcome to the weekend. it is :30 and maybe you are planning to run out to the
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check out the cool air now. tomorrow is even cooler. 55 brookdale, bayshore. good visibility in tampa but not too far away from downtown and just east. i will show you fog coming up. in the meantime, jacket weather for most of us. brooksville you will need it at 47. 57, frostproof and 64 in st. pete. general good visibility. in a few spots inverness, dade city, brandon low clouds. this really shouldn't las out. our air so dry and the cold front as strong as it is. i would expect it to come through rain-free. what you will notice by early evening between 6 and 8:00 maybe a couple of clouds and then winds picking up and turning cooler. so our weekend forecast is kind of 50/50. warm weather lovers like today, 79. 67 and breezy sunday waking up in the low 40s north of the bay. and warmer jackets coming out
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time right now 6:32. sarasota police arrested a man for sexual battery on a teenaged girl and there could be more victims. 45-year-old fernando palimino is charged with three counts of sexual battery. the victim worked for him at the restaurant called encanto. he told her he was a massage therapist before inappropriately touching her. tampa police make an arrest after a toddler was shot. 17-year-old open fired on the girl's father as he ran into an apartment in robles park village. 15 shots were fired and one them hit a 21-month-old in the leg. she is expected to be okay and police are searching for another man in connection to the shooting. an update on a bizarre story in tampa. jamison and another man broke into the fletcher farmer's market.
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jamison was wearing according to police a tutu. he is charged with burglary, criminal mischief and tyyt theft. a man shot and killed a deputy mare stall in southwest georgia where they were trying to arrest him for trying to murder other police officers. carter was wanted in south carolina on multiple charges. a team of u.s. marshals tracked him to a mobile home and en entering that home, patrick caruthers were shot twice. carter multiple times. the 53-year-old was the deputy commander of the southeast task force. he is survived by his wife and phi children. hundreds of workers at chicago o'hare international airport are planning to strike during the thanksgiving hol holiday. the workers include everyone from janitors to wheelchair attendants. those who are not unionized this they want to get paid $15 an hour and right now some them make minimum wage which in
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officials say they are committed to an ongoing dialogue. they don't expect the strike to impact any flights. unionized federal employees handle more critical operations at the airport. either way this is happening on one of the busiest times of the year at one of the busiest airports in the country. a new is gaining traction that feminine hygiene products should be tax exempt. sales tax for household staple filed hb 219 in texas which if becomes law will add feminine hygiene products to the sales tax exemption and thinks di diapers for children and adults should be exempt. >> i would hope it would be common sense for everybody on the house floor as well as the senate to recognize that feminine hygiene products are a medical necessity and we should not be taxing those.
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inefficient programs in the state budget and redirecting other revenue streams. four other similar bills have been filed for the upcoming session. it looks like christmas in california, the streets are filled with white, it is not snow but foam. a malfunctioning fire alarm at in you hangar at the san jose airport flooded the stree street.billowing mountns streets after the fire system malfunction. deeper than five feet. streets were shut down because of all this foam. >> it just felt like soap. it just feels like soap. kind of smells like it too. >> reporter: how tall was it. >> i couldn't see anything. literally nothing. >> in the middle it is probably like 10 feet tall. yeah. i tried to stand up in the middle to see where i was going. >> sorboni: apparently they
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that guy was doing and covered with all of that stuff. got to be more of that story. it took cleanup crews eight hours to clean up that foamy mess. very unusual patient underwent a c.a.t. scan in florida. casper, a 13-foot-long lusistic alligator. jungle island officials saw he wasn't eating well and losing weight and a mobile cat unit to scan the more than 250-pound 19-year-old casper has a history of melanoma and had a mass removed from his back 18 months ago. when officials noticed his odd behavior, they definitely wanted to take action. >> we like to scan the whole body blue depend -- if the machine is big enough to handle the girth of casper. >> zoo officials got the im images. a small area on the skin that did look out of place but the images need to look at a
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the final results. thanksgiving is just five days away, and families need help putting food on their tables. >> we will tell what metropolitan ministries are in most need of this year. and while lots of are you no doubt preparing for thanksgiving this weekend, why not think ahead. what are you going to do with all those scraps after. lindsay is talking about that in earthwatch.
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so hard to believe that tampa general is this week. maybe you are shopping or using some items in yo menu. >> hi. >> lindsay: good to see you. unique ways in your food prep to help out your garden. >> either way you go you want to compost it. >> lindsay: composting. plan ahead in your meal prep. >> last year when we talked about composting, we did it kind of after thanksgiving, and we had mentioned that you really aren't able to rescue as
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stuff -- >> lindsay: you don't want that inside there. >> -- that is inside your thanksgiving dishes. rescue your prep scraps, kitchen scraps. everything that come out of your kitchen. the celery stalks that weren't good, banana, top of a lemon, eggshells are okay. coffee grounds right here and even the coffee filter see right here. >> lindsay: set this stuff aside in the prep and after the holiday, we've got this whole contraption here that will help out the garden. >> we talked last year of back yard composting in bins and in the ground. this is a little bit different. so what we have here is worm composting or verma composting. >> lindsay: verma composting. that's right. >> basically take three
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they are stacked inside of each other. what you can't see the bottom of the bins here, we drill holes all the way around and you can probably see right here we drilled holes along the side because the worms need air to breathe just like we do. they need plenty of air. >> lindsay: get the worms ahead of time. >> these right here, european red wiglers. you want to hold one? you can hold that one right there. you can see it is wiggling arou >> they have a very strong appetite and they will actually eat the garbage. we give them shredded paper. talk about taking care of mail fraud. so we shred our mail and put it in here and put it in here an let the worms eat it. the worms use the paper as a bedding and keep it from stinking and the worms have an ability to eat three times their body weight every day. >> lindsay: three times their body weight. >> three time their body weight
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>> lindsay: you have the scraps, the paper scraps and the composting does its things and you have double duty. >> the worms consume everything and break it on down into this nice worm dirt right here that can eventually be dried out and used as a fertilizer or what we like to do with it, we actually run water through the whole system and we get a nice brown water that drips out of the bottom and use that as a fertilizer. >> lindsay: geneious. save your this composting after holiday dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers.
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the cdc says the norovirus is to blame for the outbreak on the cruise ship that left for italy two weeks ago. returned to the port of tampa yesterday. who willland america is sanitizing that cruise ship before it is ready to set sail again. we all know this, thanksgiving is five days away but a lot of shelves at metropolitan ministries are empty. they say they need beans, canned yams, hams and starches cheese. if you want to donate. just such will he go off to their drop-off area. drive up there. they take everything out of your car. it is located at their big tent on north governor street in downtown tampa. the bay area is such a giving area, and it usually happens right after thanksgiving. so hopefully that continues because there is a big need here. >> sorboni: what they need is
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>> alcides: bogo at publix. >> lindsay: that is the way to go. for thanksgiving we will bring back the warmth but second half of the weekend bringing the cool, big cool. not cool yet, but cool for some of us, 62 degrees with a north, northeast wind. sunrise at 6:55 this morning. a good one moving in with a little bit of haze. you will see that behind the buildings here in downtown. 62 degrees. still a little above average with good visibility and 55 degrees. brooksville at 46 though. it is 64 in st. pete. 59 in sarasota. the cool air not even -- the coolest air not even in our state yet. that cold front we discussed all week is still on track to move through tonight. this morning, some fog though. we mentioned that. we have the light winds. we have low-level moisture. so any where you see less than one, that is fog in brook brooksville. extends east to inverness, dade
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with that will lift between 8 and 9 a.m. cold front right here. ahead of it, notice any rain that was there has dissipated. this front moves to a dry air mass, we are not going to see any rain. we could use the rain yards a little crunchy. seven-day forecast look dry. showers and snow near this low. this will happen near michigan that will bring them a couple of inches. behind it, strong high pressure as this moves in and our front moves out. by will notice those winds picking up out of the north. so cooler and breezy and chilly for many this morning. kansas city at 31. it's 16 degrees in rapid city. 45 in nashville, and then that 62 in tampa. it is all relative. it is game day, we have cool game day forecast. gators taking on lsu 1 o'clock this afternoon baton rouge, 62, sunshine, great day. couple of hours in syracuse where my seminoles are headed
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their way 3:30 in the afternoon with increasing rain chances second half. bulls in dallas, chilly game, 50, tumbling into the 40s second half of the game. our temperatures tumbling into the 60s for highs, not today. we are at 79. great beach day and enjoy and get out. 67 includes a gusty north wind, but we get two days of this before we are back to 80 in the middle part of the week and a little above average for this time of the year. current temperatures wl in brooksville. 50 in tampa. 48 in brandon and 51 in brooksville. bundle up. by the way monday morning mid-30s in brooksville north. have to monitor any tender vegetation monday morning. here is the front. couple of clouds. by the way for the satellite launch and cape canaveral. 6:00. weather will be fine and a little breezy. much breezier and cooler on
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winter by our standards. cold front late and today we are back to near 80. tonight, 50, cooler, clearer and becoming breezy. winds will gust over 15 miles per hour sunday with all the sunshine, we are only at 67. that's a solid 10 degrees below average. while i have a small-craft advisory on my marine forecast, that starts tonight and last through tomorrow. so today, we will be watching those winds out of the northeast becoming north later on. seven-day forecast, mid-40s monday rerebound, the east wind gets us a few clouds and hire near 80 for turkey day. great for any family visiting up north. well, at 6:5 right now. still ahead, we have our inside look at what is new in theatres this weekend. >> first trip to america? >> yes. must get that fixed. >> anything edible in there?
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>> no. >> welcome to new york. >> alcides: the adventures of rider newt commander in witches and wizards 70 years before
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. okay, as you plan your weekend, with why not take in a movie. >> alcides: i like the idea. a look at what is new theatres this weekend. >> strange going on all over the city. >> reporter: high hee anticipated fantasy adventure "fantastic beasts and where to find them" lands this theatres this week this week homing to core big at the box office. eddie redmayne, the story by j.k. rowling following a geologist and his magical creatures. based on the real-life story of vinnie paziaenza, miles teller leads "bleed for this" his incredible return to the ring after a near fatal car crash. >> i am having a problem today. >> many. >> reporter: haley steinfeld
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high school student navigating those formative years that becomes even more dramatic when her best friend starts to date her brother. >> it's america's story now. >> reporter: expanding to more theatres nationwide is oscar winner ang lee's "billy lynn's long half time walk" the point of view of a 19-year-old s soldier who returns home from iraq and through flashbacks reveals the story of what happened to his squad. some screens will sw >> you don't want to be my guardian, that's fine with me. >> the not that. just the logistic. >> reporter: indies make their debut including "manchester by the sea" with casey affleck and michelle williams. a man that returns to his hometown after being a seoul garden of his nephew following his death. >> my husband used to call me a nocturnal animal. >> reporter: it follows an art
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leads her on her own journey to explore her past. >> it's strange. >> maybe. who is toy judge. >> reporter: the audience can check out the comic b book-inspired film "doctor strange" in los angeles,
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and she became friends with every animal she met. it's getting late, grandma should go. one more? in the end, all we really need more of, is each other. happy thanksgiving from publix.
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