WEBVTT JOE: DRUMSTICK?COME ON.MILD TODAY, IN THE MID-50'S.I DON'T SEE ANY REAL TRAVELTROUBLES.A LITTLE CHILLY, BUT NOTHINGTERRIBLY COLD FOR THANKSGIVING.50'S, A FEW NEIGHBORHOODS NOTOUT OF THE QUESTION TO GET UP TONEAR 60.IT WILL BE KIND OF BREEZY ANDOVERNIGHT TONIGHT, A LITTLEBRISK AND THE WIND WILL START TOPICK UP A LITTLE BIT.IT WON'T BE AS COLD AS THE LONGRECENT NIGHTS.WE WILL ONLY DROP INTO THE 40'S.A FRONT COMING THROUGH, BUT IDON'T LOOK FOR MUCHPRECIPITATION.PROBABLY SOME CLOUDS AROUND...
WEBVTT JOE: REALLY TURNED OUT TO BE APRETTY NICE DAY.IT IS STARTING TO GET A LITTLEMORE CALM.SUNSHINE GETTING THROUGH THOSEHIGH CLOUDS IN CARLISLE.AT LAST REPORT WE WERE LOOKINGAT 47 DEGREES.THE WIND IS ONLY THREE MILES ANHOUR.IT IS THE SEASON.IT IS TIME FOR THIS TREELIGHTING CHAIRMAN THE FACT TREELIGHTING CEREMONY.SHIPPENSBURG.--IT IS TIME FOR THOSE TREELIGHTING CEREMONIES.IT WILL BE RAINY AT SOME TIME.THERE WILL BE BRAKES.I'LL TRY TO TIME THAT OUT COMINGUP.YOU SEE CHICAGO UP...
WEBVTT WASN'T.JOE: A LITTLE CHILLIER NOW ANDWE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO SEETHAT CHILL MOVE INNING AS WE GOTHROUGH THE OVERNIGHT.HAD A COLD FRONT GO THROUGH.GETTING BREEZY OUT THERE.THE CLOUDS ARE MOVING QUICKLY.THEY'LL START TO DISSIPATE AS WEGO THROUGH THE EVENING HOURS.RIGHT NOW IN CHOCOLATE TOWN AT47, WITH STILL SOME CLOUDS OUTTHERE.BUT THE WINDS ARE NOW STARTINGTO KICK UP.NORTHWEST AT 17 MILES AN HOUR.I THINK THEY'LL BE BETWEEN 15,20, 25 MILES AN HOUR MOST OF THENIGHT TONIGHT.SO WE ARE...
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Selecting a term
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