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FOX19 Afternoon Update

Good afternoon from FOX19.com:

Here are the stories we are working on today --

Michelle Obama will be speaking this afternoon at the Duke Energy Center before the National Baptist Convention.

Russell Bramlage admitted in court today that he killed his parents in Grant County.  You can read the latest here.

And how bout Chad Ocho Cinco Johnson?  Now Reebok says that before he can put Ocho Cinco on his jersey all the "Johnson" jerseys - across America - need to be sold.

And that is our question of the day - What do you think about the NFL's decision to make Chad Ocho Cinco buy back all the old Chad Johnson jerseys from stores across the country?  Click here to email your thoughts to the 6:30 News.

FOX19 Weather: We Track Storms
    Hi 75 F
Lo 50 F
 

HOW ABOUT ANOTHER COOL ONE? THEN ...

After a cool morning and a beautiful day get ready for another nice evening. Tomorrow morning will be cool again, but by afternoon it will feel sticky and warm.

By Friday mowning it will be downright muggy and rain will be moving in. Friday will be very wet and there could be some heavy, flooding rains.

Saturday brings the risk of severe thunderstorms late in the day and you know severe weather means another warm and humid day.

More rain is in the forecast for Sunday, then Monday we should get a break as the chances for rain ends during the day.

Later next week what is left of Ike should get close and bring another chance of rain.

Don't forget Storm Stories Sunday morning 9:30AM This week students studying during a semester at sea learn first hand about the power of nature.

FOX19 Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer


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Heavy Rains
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T'storms PM, Severe Risk
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More T'storms
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Rain Chances ending
Hi 77 Lo 57 F
Sun / Cloud
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