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[real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company.] >> ginger: raids happening now has the search intensifies in the brussels terror attack. 36 people are dead and 200 injured. good afternoon, i'm ginger gadsden. >> julie: i'm julie broughton. thanks for joining us. >> lisa: and i'm lisa bell. our team coverage starts tonight live with the latest from brussels. >> reporter: we are standing just a few blocks away from where the metro station came under attack earlier today.
as for the mood on the streets, people are still very tense >> there are hundreds of police and military troops. keep in mind at least one attacker remains at large. two survivors, one clutching a baby picked themselves up off the floors, moments after an explosion tore through the terminal. it's one of two powerful blasts at the brussels airport that blew out windows and caused the ceiling to cave in. travelers ran for safety. >> i saw two people really covered with blood. >> reporter: an airport security camera captured this image of three men that belgian prosecutors say are behind the attacks. authorities believe the two men in black blew themselves up and they've issued a wanted notice for the third suspect. another deadly explosion rocked the subway system an hour later. people evacuated through dark
>> people here in brussels have been allowed to return back to the streets and the subway system is slowly reopening. >> speaking in cuba, president obama condemned the attacks. >> we must be together, regardless of nationality or race or faith in fighting against the skurj of terrorists. >> reporter: the attack came just days after the arrest of paris attacks. >> one thing that's shocking to me is you've had in the wake of the paris terrorist attacks, you've had coordinated attacks under the noses of european authorities. >> reporter: it's not clear if the attacks were moved up in the wake of the arrests. >> reporter: police have been conducting raids throughout the day. one of the raids they discovered an isis flag, chemicals and the ones identical to those used in
>> lisa: thank you. our coverage continues tonight with the sanford-bound flight and passengers sharing their stories. >> julie: they took off from central florida eight minutes before the first bomb went off inside the brussels airport. >> ginger: we watched and tracked the flight from brussels taking off shortly after 8 a.m. the first explosion rocking the area just minutes later. and that is really just hard to imagine, even wrap your mind around that timeline. let's continue our coverage now, live to amanda castro at the orlando/sanford international airport tonight. those passengers have to be pretty shaken up. what are they telling you? >> reporter: they're saying they didn't even know about the attack until they landed here in sanford. they say they were shocked when they found out and are saying they're thankful tonight to be back home safe and sound when that plane left just minutes before the explosion started. 269 passengers and 10 crew
one of the last planes to leave brussels airport minutes before the attack started. >> it could have been something like missed ticket or my bag needed to get checked again and i could have been in that situation. i feel blessed to be back. >> reporter: people on the plane telling news 6 they didn't learn about the bombings until hours later. passengers say there was no announcement and there was no wi-fi on board. >> nobody knew. we only knew when my family told me what happened. >> reporter: families are patiently waiting to find out if their loved ones made it on the plane safely, worried because they didn't hear from them. >> i felt very panicked and then i was hoping as a mom, if something was wrong, i'd feel it, but i didn't feel anything but just scared so i just didn't know. i didn't know what was going on. >> reporter: back live at the orlando sanford international airport, you can see there is an increased police presence here at the airport in light of the brussels attack. the passengers on board that plane, it took them a while to get off.
they were stopped on the taxiway and they had canines checking their bags. we'll have more on the heightened security at the airport in my next report at 6:00. >> ginger: thank you. if you plan on traveling today, expect more security at the >> lisa: national security officials are on guard for the potential of any copycat attacks. >> julie: we're talking about airports like new york city, and here at orlando international airport. some patrols you'll see and others you won't. we'll have more on news 6 at 5:00. our coverage continues at night from the presidential candidates and our own governor rick scott and the timeline of events. you can get more information on clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> ginger: we're getting
collision that sent two parachutists. both deployed their parachutes. one is in critical condition while the other is in serious by stable condition. we're working to find out more about what went wrong and we'll let you know when we learn more. >> lisa: right now, all eyes are on the space coast for a late night lift-off. forecasters are predicting a 90% chance of good weather for the launch. united launch alliance rocket will be carrying more than 7,000 pounds worth of supplies, experiments and food to the crew at the international space station. one of the experiments actually involves lighting a fire to the capsule after it leaves the i.s.s. in a few months. tonight's launch is set for 11:05. when it happens, you can see it live right here on news 6 and online at clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> julie: meteorologist troy bridges is pinpointing launch conditions.
has the winds died down enough for the launch tonight? >> i believe so. winds are calmer today, at only 5 to 10 miles per hour in many spots. as the sun sets and high pressure continues to move on top of us, we'll see the winds weaken even more. it looks a-okay for launch time at 11:05. you can see warmer air will be building in tomorrow. tomorrow the 80's after we warm nicely into the 70's today. here are the very light winds. see the seas here? these are showing calm winds, especially there in sanford, winds only at 5 miles per hour, coming in out of the south now for orlando. that's why we've warmed so much across central florida. right now, we're in the 70's in
most spots. 74 in orlando. 72 in ocala. it's 70 at cocoa beach. yesterday this time, the 50's and 60's across central florida. heading out tonight, it will be fairly cool at times, but nothing like last night, cooling by 9:00 to 65 degrees with clear skies. with the clear skies and calm winds, things are looking good for launch. coming up, we'll talk more about
as tomorrow. we'll let you know about rain chances that increase in time for the weekend, which does mean easter. back to you for now. >> julie: thank you, troy. we'll see you in a few minutes. the 408 is open after it was shut down for ours at i-4 eastbound. a semi truck overturned causing back-ups there. you can see a tow truck working to get the semi off the busy roads. still no word on what caused the semi to overturn but fire officials say they were working to plug a fuel tank leak. there are no reports of injuries. >> ginger: right now, crews are keeping
an eye out for any hot spots or flare-ups following a 20 20-acre brushfire in avalon park. firefighters are out there watching for any problems out there. the cause remains under investigation. now to a story getting dozens of shares on the news 6 facebook page. >> julie: a 12-year-old girl is facing charges tonight after
girl's family. it happened in between class two weeks ago at a middle school on ronald reagan boulevard in longwood. the mother didn't know the boy do. last week, the boy's mom called deputies, saying it was battery and she wanted to prosecute. >> i regret it because i didn't know that it would lead to this. >> i'm sorry my child touched your kid. but -- i'm sorry. lady. you need some help, i think. too overprotective. let your kid be a kid. he might get some friends. i'm sorry to say that. >> i'm sorry for touching your kid. i'm sorry for being a kid. >> lisa: well, the state attorney in seminole county says if evans completes a diversion program, does community service and passes all drug tests, the
this is a huge talker on our facebook page. i'm looking at the comments. it's been shared 91 times, over 200 people have commented on this. a lot of people are finding this outrageous. >> a lot of people are saying if the roles were reversed and if a boy did it to a 12-year-old girl, the feelings would be different? >> ginger: has the girl done this several times and was the boy bullied by her? that's a different situation. that's a one-time thing. if the girl does not do her community service and fill out one piece of paperwork, that's going to follow her the rest of her life. >> lisa: we've all done things when we're 12 years old. >> ginger: she was just a kid. >> lisa: we would love to hear your comments on our facebook page at facebook.com/news 6. >> ginger: still to come, some
from prime real estate in florida. >> julie: and a story went viral and will she face charges. >> lisa: but first, presidential hopefuls weighing in on the brussels terror attacks. their reaction as our coverage continues. that is next. >> you're watching news 6 at 4:00, getting results for central florida. we'll be right back. . we're streaming live on facebook.
>> ginger: presidential hopeful ted cruz reacting to the terror in brussels today. the republican candidate for president isn't the only one sounding off about the attacks. >> julie: let's run through some of the other social media posts from those on the campaign trail. >> lisa: starting with donald trump taking to twitter earlier today, he tweeted do you all remember how beautiful and safe a place brussels was? not anymore. it is from a different world. the u.s. must be vigilant and smart. >> julie: hillary clinton also taking to twitter today saying my thoughts and prayers are with those families of those killed and wounded and all of the people of belgium. >> lisa: our coverage continues on brussels attacks here at 4:30. governor rick scott sounding off about the security in orlando and who is keeping us safe. that's coming up at 4:30. >> lisa: a mom shot by her 4-year-old son while they were driving could now face charges. the putnam county sheriff's
misdemeanor charges for the mom for allowing the child to have access to a firearm. deputies are handing over their investigation to the state attorney who will ultimately decide if she will be charged. the sheriff's captain said she put a loaded gun under the front seat and the weapon slide back while her son was riding. >> investigators discovered the child removed himself from the seat, presumably to grab a toy from the floorboard. saw the gun, picked it up, and accidentally fired. >> lisa: the mom was shot through her driver's seat and into her back and she's still in stable condition and has not been arrested. the case drew international attention because of her strong pro-gun stance. more than 80,000 honeybees have plagued a community. >> ginger: they've called the gated community home until now. >> julie: neighbors knew they needed to go.
many bees are in the trees you see there. we're talking about 80,000. >> more of what we thought. all of them are harmless because it's cold. i'm going to say there was an inch and a half of bees on the outside of that cone. there was quite a few in there. >> julie: it was important to the lakeland community that they didn't die so they brought in local beekeepers to do the job, vacuuming the bees into a box and piece by piece taking apart the hive. evicted from the gated community but soon will have a new home. >> we need a pretty environment. we have to have bees. they pollenate all kinds of things. without bees, we've got trouble. >> julie: now the bees are packed up and on their way to a new home so they can live their lives and do their things. >> lisa: i'm so glad they called in the professionals and the bees will live. >> ginger: there's a worldwide shortage of those bees. they're necessary. problem. >> julie: if we don't have bees,
>> ginger: if we don't got bees -- >> can you imagine seeing that? i'd say run. >> ginger: they knew they were doing the right thing. chief meteorologist troy bridges is in for tom tonight. >> today is spectacular, tomorrow more of the same, just a little bit warmer. by the end of the week, wouldn't you know it, in time for the weekend, rain chances will return. we had all the fires yesterday. we can use the rain, not so up may on the easter, though. >> lisa: we have a big launch tonight. >> we have a launch at 11:05 tonight. it's going to be just fine weather-wise if they don't have any other issues. spring break is also going on. this is a beautiful view in high definition at daytona beach. look at all the folks out and about enjoying the beach today. it's right around 70 degrees right now. you can see the sky, hardly a cloud out there. the issue will be the rip current risk likely the next couple of days. here are the official conditions at this point at daytona beach. we're at 69 degrees. that's what it feels like, winds out of the east-northeast at 11 miles per hour.
tomorrow, here's the official beach forecast, warming to 78 degrees in daytona beach tomorrow. so tomorrow, warmer than today's near 70-degree temperature. water temperature is still way too chilly for me. i'm a big wimp. i like it in the mid-80's. we're at 69 degrees with the water temperature at daytona beach. the rip current risk is going to be the moderate category. check with lifeguards and watch out if you're going to be doing some swimming in the chilly water. 72 is the temperatures right now in the area. here's a look at the pinpoint accurate weather forecast for tonight. down to 65 at 9:00. 62 at 11:00. a little milder than what we saw last night in the 40's and the 50's. tomorrow, even warmer than today. getting up to 78 by noon. no rain until we head into the afternoon and even then, hardly a drop. a 10% chance tomorrow as we take you through 4:00 with a high of
we're going to see a shift in the winds as an area of high pressure moves off to the east coast, bringing on the winds off the ocean waters and out of the south, which is why it will be warmer tomorrow. a couple of green dots will indicate one or two showers. a few clouds along the coast but rain is not going to be a factor for your evening plans. we'll see an east coast sea breeze trying to develop and move inland. by 7:00 in the morning, here are the temperatures. 46 in ocala, better than the upper 30's with the frost advisory we had early this morning there. we'll be at 55 in orlando and 54 in daytona beach. cool enough for a light jacket early in the morning tomorrow. you won't need it long. we'll warm nicely to 81 degrees. as we head into the afternoon tomorrow in ocala, 82. in orlando, 78. in daytona beach and 79 in cocoa beach. as we take you into the next three days, notice not a lot of change but a gradual warm-up heading into the day tomorrow, when you talk about
86 on thursday. and then the change comes in the form of rain chances on thursday, 40%. 50% on friday. a 60% chance for rain on your saturday and there's easter sunday, a 50% chance for rain. we put some little chickadees there in a basket at the top of the graphic. >> ginger: that's adorable. >> they're chirping but they'll be okay. we don't want the peeps to melt, but we'll be in the 80's. it's going to be warm. >> ginger: some hot peeps, though. thanks, troy. >> julie: want courtside seats to see the orlando magic? news 6 is giving away two tickets for free. you can see the magic take on the nets next tuesday night at court level. enter to win all week long on our facebook page. just head to facebook.com/news 6. >> lisa: ahead at 4:00, new software helping crooks crack assword codes.
>> remember, news 6 is always on clickorlando.com, your smartphone and your tablet. take us with you. >> lisa: you expect a dishwasher to clean your dishes, but how well does it dry them? consumer reports tested your dishwasher on drying performance and has tips and tricks for your drier. >> consumer reports finds some dishwashers dried better than others. well they dried. >> julie: after they loaded the dishwashers up, they also placed two plastic cups inside the top rack of the dishwasher. >> we use plastic because it's harder to get completely dry. jfrjs >> julie: after the cycle is
>> there are different ways they use to dry dishes. >> julie: you can't tell by the drying method which dishwasher will do the best job at drying. a kitchenaid for $1,000 offers excellent drying and cleaning and a bosch incentive for $700 which cleans just as good as kitchenaid and offers very good drying. use a rinse aid to help get your dishes drier. >> it breaks the bond between the water and the dishes and prevents spotting. >> when loading, place dishes so they don't touch. try using the high heat option on your dishwasher. as soon as the cycle is finished, open the door a crack to help with drying.
important to keep any detergent products out of the reach of children. get more dishwasher buying advice on our website at clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> lisa: ahead at 4:30, a final push ahead of tonight's elections out west. >> julie: which presidential candidate is taking heat over foreign policy. >> ginger: then a remarkable rescue you'll see only on 6. getting results for an injured bald eagle and a local neighbor in need. but first -- >> we're a melting pot. we have people from all over the world coming here. people want to be here and they feel safe here. >> julie: governor rick scott sounding off about the attack in
>> ginger: happening now, federal police in belgium issuing a wanted notice for the suspect connected with the brussels airport bombing. this, from the scene of the blast. that's so awful. smoke and screams inside the brussels airport after two blasts go off. another scene not far away inside a busy metro station. at least 37 are dead with nearly 200 hurt at this hour. >> lisa: right now, suspects are at large with isis claiming
>> julie: the global reaction spanning here to central florida with orlando international airport and sanford's airport on alert, this video we brought you 30 minutes ago of passengers that took off from brussels just minutes after the first explosion. it's a story developing by the minute. with so many questions unanswered, including are we at risk, news 6 johny fernandez took his security questions to governor rick scott and joins us with the latest. >> today governor scott stopped by voks international. he paid homage to the victims of the brussels attack. >> thank god we have the great law enforcement and first responders we have in our state. if we would just take a moment to do a moment of silence. >> reporter: before addressing the latest economic job growth in orlando, governor rick scott took a moment to pay tribute to the victims of this morning's terror attack. >> 134 more jobs for florida families.
>> reporter: silence then turned to celebration as the governor announced the hundreds of jobs vox is bringing to orlando. >> we're a melting pot with people all over the world coming here. people want to be here and they feel safe here. >> reporter: with the terror attacks rising security questions all over the world, scott doesn't hesitate to say florida's law enforcement system is top-notch. with lower crime rates and thousands of people moving to our area, residents and law enforcement have a commitment. >> all of us have a responsibility. we have to keep our eyes open. if we see something, we've got to call law enforcement. >> julie: thank you. in the meantime security is heightened across the nation. authorities say the increased security is not due to a specific threat but, rather, an abundance of caution. >> ginger: well, in the big apple, new york mayor bill deblasio emphasized the
it's important to continue our lives as we normally would. >> terrorists, by definition, try to use death as their tool, their aim is to spread death. we answer them with life. >> ginger: some powerful words from the mayor of new york city. we're going to have more on the security measures taking place throughout the night. >> lisa: and we will keep updating this story as new alerts come in. stay tuned here on air and on clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. there you can find pictures from the scene, a timeline and more inside the story near the top of the home page. >> ginger: just in, water worries for a west orange county neighborhood. >> lisa: right now, crews are trying to figure out how many gallons of sewage poured into their lake. >> julie: according to the alert sent out today, a sanitary overflow happened sunday near
environment metal workers say untreated sewage got into the lake but they're not sure how much. as a precaution, people are urged to stay away from the lake whether for swimming or recreational reasons. notifications will be sent out once the all-clear is given. >> lisa: now to a crime tracker alert near the ucf campus. deputies tell news 6 suspects stormed into an apartment and stole stuff at the tivole apartments. someone was inside but was not hurt. the suspects escaped. detectives are working to get a better description to help catch them. >> ginger: today voters in idaho, arizona and utah will decide who should be their party's presidential nominee. democratic frontrunner hillary clinton is looking to extend her delegate lead while donald trump's rivals are hoping to slow him down. voting in the west today could further lay the landscape for the republican presidential race. yesterday, frontrunners trump and clinton argued about their
>> when i become president, the days of treating israel like a second class citizen will end. >> we need steady hands, not a president who says he's neutral on monday, pro israel on tuesday and who knows what on wednesday. >> ginger: bernie sanders skipped the conference and campaign in utah where he's hoping to pull off a win today. there are more than 200 delegates up for grabs today. the big prize is the winner take all state of arizona with 58 up for grabs. we'll be sure to bring you the results as they come in on clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> julie: after a chilly morning across central florida, things are starting to warm up. here's a live look at daytona beach. what a beautiful shot there. you can see lots of folks out enjoying the beach. let's send it over to meteorologist troy bridges in for tom tonight. really a beautiful afternoon. >> gorgeous. yesterday was chilly. today we've gradually warmed into the '70s. tomorrow the 80's. before some rain comes.
enjoy. we're at 72 right now in ocala. 74 in orlando. from that live vantage point we just showed you daytona beach, we're at 69, almost 70 degrees there and looking good and dry. making evening plans, here's a look at the official forecast. the mid-60's by 9:00. we're at 65. we're dry and mild through the evening. now, tomorrow we do introduce some rain chances and certainly by the end of the week expect big changes with rain chances. we'll talk more about it. let's check in with candace campos who is pinpointing the forecast from the state park. >> candace: on this tuesday evening we're pinpointing state parks around town. the weather is going to be looking very nice for your wednesday. get out and enjoy it. we're pinpointing some state parks across central florida. at this hour, we're talking about rainbow springs state park out there in dunnellon for wednesday morning, temperatures starting off a bit on the cool
for wednesday afternoon, by 2 p.m., topping off at 79 degrees. the high out there in dunnellon for your wednesday will be up to about 80 degrees. you can see across the board, no matter morning or afternoon, we're going to be seeing plenty of that spring sunshine. >> julie: candace, thank you. we're keeping an eye on delays along the 408. this is a live look where a semi truck overturned this morning. you can see a tow truck is still out there, and this is right near the i-4 ramp, the i-4 eastbound ramp there. still no word yet on what caused that semi to overturn but fire officials say they were working to plug a fuel tank leak. >> lisa: former toronto mayor rob ford lost his fight against an aggressive form of cancer at the age of 46. he fought the disease for more than a year. you may remember his time as mayor was plagued with scandal. in may of 2014, a video surfaced showing what appeared to be ford smoking crack. he denied any wrongdoing and ignored calls for his
months later he finally told reporters he, quote, "probably smoke the drug at some point." ford refused to step aside even after the city council stripped him of most of his powers. >> ginger: a bald eagle, this little guy, lands in a winter springs neighborhood and couldn't fly. that's when those who lived there got results and rescued it. the bird is now in the care of the audubon center for birds of prey. we got an update on how he's doing. it's a story you'll see only on 6. >> the palm tree is where he sat most of the time. >> reporter: she says an opportunity to do the right thing landed in front of her yesterday. literally. a bald eagle, seemingly injured, grounded in their neighbor's front yard. >> i walked up on him and he's not moving. and i get closer and closer and figuring at some point he's going to fly away. he didn't. he just sat right there. i thought at this point there's
>> reporter: that's what she worked with her neighbors to get results and get the bird in the right hands. in the hands of samantha little, a raptor technician at the audubon center for birds of prey. >> he came in very, very skittish. he's been starving in the wild because of the wing injury. >> reporter: the bald eagle had a fracture in its shoulder, right here at the wing. this explains why the bird couldn't fly yesterday. this also explains why it was so hungry. hungry >> he was losing a lot of weight. he's not going to be able to get any food until after we know that he's digesting fluids well. so we need to rehydrate him. >> reporter: adding he only has about a 50/50 chance of surviving. >> it's sad. i hope he pulls through. it's a beautiful bird. >> he's a feisty bird. i sure hope so.
get him off the ground again. >> ginger: such a beautiful bird. thank goodness he landed in the right neighborhood. >> lisa: so sad to hear he was starving but thank goodness we have a place he can go to recover and get the strength there. >> ginger: florida is awesome. we posted more of the video of the remarkable rescue on our website at clickorlando.com, powered by news 6. >> lisa: ahead at 4:00, a wild chase on camera involving a young boy and a cement truck. the video, in minutes. >> julie: then a puppy picasso painting his way to the bank. how much his art is worth, coming up. >> ginger: but first, new images in the moment of tragedy following the terror in brussels. an update on the investigation in minutes. getting results in winter springs, cocoa beach and all of central florida on news 6 at 4 and the news 6 app. keep it right here.
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requires a password online and while it's no surprise a complicated one is important, there are tech reasons why. passwords are a way of life in this high-tech age, but many people make them low tech choices. >> pet names, family names, nicknames from the past. >> i've used my favorite celebrity. >> could be family names, could be nicknames. >> a computer expert says creating strong passwords is vital because hackers have software that use billions of password combinations to break into an account. >> typically the computer is going to try to guess it. they're going to use dictionaries of all possible combinations and they can try many, many guesses. >> julie: it's important to have passwords with upper and lower case letters and numbers. mix it up. >> one tool people can use is a
>> julie: there are a number of password managers on the market that can remember your passwords for you. >> most of them have a feature which lets you automatically generate a new password for every account. >> julie: if you use the same password for all the online accounts, one right guess can allow a hacker to get into all of them. >> julie: each year, flash data compiles a list of the most popular passwords. the top spot in a row for two years in a row is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. baseball is no. 10 and a new one to the list, welcome at no. 11. >> lisa: you have to be more creative than password and 123 for 5. >> ginger: i'm going out on a limb saying baseball and football are men's passwords. >> lisa: at least do 654321. >> ginger: now we know how to
now to the puppy picasso laughing all the way to the bank. >> lisa: that's because collecters are paying hundreds for his work. this is dagger, 3 years old, a black lab who originally planned to be a helper dog for people with disabilities, but his fear of stairs disqualified him. that's just so sad. his human, who is also an artist, discovered he had a love for painting. >> he always lays down next to me. one day he was nudging me. i said do you want to paint, dagger? his tail started to wag. he was so excited to see the brush stroke on that canvas. it was almost as if his whole world opened up. >> lisa: how cute is that? >> ginger: i love his little hat. >> lisa: his prices now go to $200 and it's all going to animal related charities.
leave the tv on for my dog cinnamon. you'll find the utensils on the counter, make me a painting, cinnamon. >> today we're pinpointing some changes. rain chances gradually increasing starting tomorrow. not so much today. today is a good day. it's warmer than it was yesterday. it started off chilly. it's a good day to get out and about. folks have been taking great shots with the storm pins app of the moon, a waxing moon, not quite a full moon yet. this is in cocoa from port orange early this morning. all you have to do is download the storm pins app for free. search wkmg in the app store. tonight it's going to be clear. you'll be able to see the full moon pretty well.
developing for the most part. it will shift to the east of us, seeing the clockwise flow around it, bringing on shore more moisture and south winds leading to a warmer afternoon tomorrow. today the 70's, tomorrow back to the 80's. because we're increasing moisture ever so slightly, we have a very slight chance for rain rolling in tomorrow. here are the temperatures right now, we're at 74 in orlando. 64, though, at new smyrna beach. 69 in daytona beach. it's 72 in ocala and 70 at cocoa beach. as we see a little bit of wind off the ocean waters, it's just a little bit cooler there along the coast. here's a look at the pinpoint accurate forecast. as we take you through the 90 hours, if you're making evening plans, no big need for a jacket like we did last night. we're at 65 at 9:00, still 63 at 10:00, a little cool but not as chilly. tomorrow, looking good and warm, noon. we'll get up to 82 at 4:00 with a 10% chance for rain into the
here's the clouds and rain forecast. again, as we pinpoint the area of high pressure off the coast tomorrow, it will try to send on shore a little bit of moisture in the form of one or two rain drops. you can see 6 in the morning, the green indicating that, the white indicating a few additional clouds mainly along the coast, moving inland. we'll see more of that moisture for coastal zones and a couple of areas of rain will try to move inland along i-4 through the afternoon tomorrow. only a 10% chance for rain drops. that will be it. early in the morning tomorrow, temperatures a little bit milder than we saw this morning as we were in the 30's and 40's. we'll be at 55 in orlando early in the morning. 46 in ocala. 54 for the early morning temperature in daytona beach and 52 in palm coast. 59 in melbourne. tomorrow afternoon, back to the 80's. the average high is 79 in orlando. so we're going above that, up to 82 in orlando. tomorrow, 83 in leesburg. 78 in daytona beach.
because of a bit of a breeze off the ocean waters, it won't be quite as warm along the coast and we'll also continue the moderate rip current risk if you're going to the beach. here's easter sunday, a quick look ahead. a high of 84 with scattered showers. we'll be closer to the forecast in the coming days as we pinpoint the timing of when that rain comes. it looks like the morning hours could be okay for sunrise services. by the afternoon on sunday, we could get more rain in here. as we add more moisture, rain chances at 40% thursday. 50%, friday. up to 60% saturday and for easter sunday, 50% coverage with highs back in the mid-80's. though cloudy and rainy at times, we'll be warming up, above the average by a few degrees. rain chances stick around through mid-week next week which is good news with the fire threat. we need to add some rain in, which we could skip easter and get the rain back. we'll see a chance. >> lisa: thanks, troy. >> julie: you can also get your pinpoint weather away from tv. >> if you're on the road and
through one of our three radio partners all day long. chief meteorologist tom sorrells and meteorologist troy bridges are pinpointing your weather on 105.9 sunny fm, 101.9 amp radio, and mix 105.1. >> ginger: troy just mentioned easter, and it is this sunday. as it turns out, central florida is a pretty good place to celebrate. according to a study by wallet hub, the city beautiful is the third best city to celebrate easter. the study cited the number of churches, restaurants, candy stores, gift shops and chocolate shops earned the city a high ranking and traditions and were taken into account. pittsburgh and st. louis took the top two spots and hialeah came in last. >> lisa: ahead at 4:30, a new feature for online shoppers. >> julie: and all new at 5:00, new developments in the deadly orange county shooting. what we now know about a teen gunned down at a church basketball court. >> ginger: but first, a chase involving a cement truck.
>> ginger: there was a lot of damage done to the street surface because one of the tires came off. so far it's unclear why the boy actually stole that truck. >> lisa: he is in big trouble. he could have killed a lot of people. >> ginger: that's exactly what i was thinking. the trouble is the least of his worries >> he's going to be -- yeah. >> lisa: online shoppers, there's something new to buy on amazon. >> julie: you can actually buy cable service. comcast will soon begin selling
phone service on amazon. it's launched a new amazon cable store, including customer service. prices are the same as the comcast website. nothing you can't get online these days. >> ginger: coming up on news 6 at 5:00, we continue to follow the developments in the terror attacks in belgium that left dozens dead. one flight took off for central florida minutes before the first explosion. next at 5:00, passengers talk to news 6 about the fear they felt when they found out what happened. >> lisa: and we go inside orlando international airport to give you a look at what is now being done to keep travelers
[real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company.] >> this is yet another reminder that the world must unite. >> ginger: now at 5:00, terror in belgium. thousands sent running for their lives, dozen killed, nearly 200 others hurry after explosions rocked a busy airport. tonight isis is claiming responsibility for what police are calling a terrorist attack. good evening, everyone. results. i'm ginger gadsden in for matt austin. >> lisa: i'm lisa bell. this is the second major terror attack in europe in less than five months.