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good morning, america. breaking now, hurricane arthur makes landfall as a category 2 storm, pounding north carolina's outer banks overnight. winds in excess of 100 miles per hour. pelting rain. tens of thousands without power. >> clearly this wind is pretty bad. >> flash flooding up. and even a reported tornado. the northeast, hit by storms as it braces for arthur, with the weather ruining holiday travel. drivers slowed by rain. flights canceled. our extreme team tracking it all. caught on camera. a dramatic mountain rescue. a helicopter team saving a hiker trapped 5,000 feet up. afraid he wouldn't be able to hold on for long. the chopper, just ten feet from the rocks. how they pulled him to safety. ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle and get ready to wiggle, america.
we are kicking off your july 4th celebration with a sizzling party in the park. and one of the hottest songs of the summer. pop superstar jason derulo here live, arriving to central park in style to get you moving. >> good morning, america. yeah, yeah, yeah. i jet ski by the statue of liberty all the time. jason derulo, coming in style. i love that. we're not going to let the weather slow us down on this independence day. check out that crowd for the party in the park, with jason derulo. want to welcome dan abrams. and we also have gio benitez here. ryan smith. the rest of the team is back on monday. >> ready to wiggle. >> you heard it here, america. we'll wait for that when we get
up on the park stage. we should also mention, big weather headlines. arthur moving north right now. we have a live shot of virginia beach. you can see the heavy surf there. and they are really feeling the wind as it is passing by to the east at this hour. >> and take a look at this. the eye of the storm from space. this hurricane is literally 400 miles wide. wow. >> yes, so many people impacted by hurricane arthur. let's get right to our coverage. our extreme team has it all. and we begin with ginger, who is tracking the storm and where it is at this hour. >> yep. we're looking at the radar and satellite. a hurricane, obviously. a category 2. there it is. and you can see it off the coast, the eye of it. the brunt of it's not going to affecting not too many folks anymore. but the outer bands, touching on new jersey. it will meet up with a cold front, and it will affect a ton of people along the east coast today. but not directly. watch how this happens. the core of it stays out in the ocean. the cape will get brushed.
you'll see parts of canada later. it stays very strong. but going to hit a lot of cold water and also have this sweeping motion of a cold front coming through. we'll see these expire quickly. but keep the tropical storm warnings and the hurricane warnings at least for a couple of hours for virginia beach. and this is the tropical storm warning for parts of the cape and nantucket. this would be for later this amp and evening. we are tracking, still, 100-mile-per-hour winds. now, we want to go to david kerley. >> hey, ginger. you know from covering hurricanes, occasionally you're in place for the eye of a hurricane. and that's exactly what happened this morning for us. it passed right over us. and you can see behind me the waves still being whipped up. we're on the backside, a lot of rain and a lot of wind. arthur makes landfall with winds in excess of 100 miles per hour and battering rains. sparks flying as transformers
flared, leaving entire towns without power. we were right in the middle of it in the middle of the night. the sand is just coming to my face. this woman's umbrella didn't stand a chance. the storm, also bringing widespread flooding. cars creeping along highways. some drivers forced to pull over. this is what a category 2 arthur feels like. it's 100-mile-per-hour winds. this is the leading edge of the storm. in the thick of the storm, a reported tornado tearing through rose hill, north carolina. several homes damaged. this man's ceiling collapsing just as he got his family out of the way. >> when i got my kids. >> reporter: with arthur moving up the coast and more than 400 miles wide, folks are bracing for impact. >> anticipating hurricane-force winds. >> reporter: this is an area just down the road, that was actually evacuated, cape hatteras. a lot of folks are hoping if the weather clears later today, they can come back.
but this storm is moving north. amy, there's still going to be places hit by arthur. we're going to go to virginia beach, where they are feeling hurricane arthur at this hour. and that is where we find abc's alex perez this morning. alex, good morning. >> good morning, amy. the eye of that hurricane just east of us here. and i want you to take a look at the waters here at virginia beach. those waves raging. some people coming out, curious to see what's going on here. i want to give you an idea of what officials here are doing. these big lifeguard towers. they have put them down across the beach sideways to prevent them from flying away. blowing away. one of the other big concerns here, of course, the wind gusts. as you can tell, up to 50 miles per hour in some areas. and the rain. it rained through the night. and it is expected to continue raining today. now, also, another thing to worry about here, tornadoes. there was a tornado watch in the overnight hours. the big fireworks show here at virginia beach has been postponed until saturday.
and right now, the big focus is keeping their eyes on this hurricane and figuring out what happens next. >> all right. alex perez, so many holiday plans shifted or having to change because of the hurricane. >> the hurricane not only having a major impact on east coast holiday travel, but it's also having a ripple effect across the country. abc's bazi kanani is at reagan national airport with latest. good morning, bazi. >> reporter: good morning, dan. this is expected to be the busiest weekend for fourth of july travelers. and for many, it's off to a rough start. the hurricane headache and the thunderstorms developing here in the mid-atlantic region, a double-whammy, for many of the 41 million americans on the move this holiday weekend. drivers in the northeast are dealing with heavy rains and flooding on the road. amtrak says that power outages and downed trees significantly delayed many of their trains overnight.
and they expect more delays today. already hundreds of flights have been canceled in the northeast because of hurricane arthur. and that, of course, leads to delays elsewhere as connecting flights are affected. i just checked the board here at reagan national in d.c. and there's some good news for those coming to the nation's capital to celebrate independence day. so far, only about a dozen or so flights canceled. >> having an impact on all sorts of travel out there. mr. ryan smith is with us for the latest on the news. >> good morning, guys. happy independence day. happy fourth of july. we begin with a major recall breaking overnight, just as so many of us light up the grills. california's foster farms recalling more than 1 million pounds of chicken sold in march. it may have been contaminated with salmonella. here's what you need to know. the chicken has a use or freeze by dates between march 21st and 29th and was sold in nine western states.
the stubborn fire in california wine country. is still days from contaminate. flames are spreading and moving away from houses. most evacuated are able to return home. but east of san diego, fireworks are canceled after a wildfire broke out near the historic mining town of julian. two homes were destroyed. and a tragic start to the holiday in a texas town, after a trailer carrying fireworks exploded. one person was killed. he was a respected town doctor. who organized this show every year. and flames devoured an enormous connecticut mansion overnight. take a look. this was owned by an motivational speaker. dozens of firefighters. it was no match. the house's a total loss. but everyone did get out safely. this is from brazil, showing it was stolen from a dealership tesla, it entded up
in between two buildings. another dangerous scene in south florida. that's a gas pump hose still attached to a car. as it speeds down interstate 95. the hose, coming close to other cars. no word on how long it took for the driver to find out it was there. but you see it's sparking as it goes. and finally, meet the nation's newest powerball multimillionaire. his name is roy cockrum. look how happy he was. he's taking the cash option. the thing is, he took a vow of poverty as part of a episcopal religious order. so, he's giving the money to arts organizations and other charities, how about that? >> a majority, though. >> that's the lawyer, dan. >> the vow of poverty. you know, maybe he's just saying he's giving enough but he's taking a little for himself. >> a $20, $50. make something like that.
>> fair enough. >> honorable. now, to some amazing new images of the cruise ship that capsized two years ago. a startling snapshot of panic onboard when passengers were evacuating during the accident. abc's lama hasan has that story. >> reporter: this morning, newly released video revealing an eerie tour inside the "costa concordia." divers capturing haunting images of a disaster frozen in time. here, winding up a case of stairs inside the vessel. a reception area how it was left. when passengers fled for their lives. this bar area with stools in place. and dust and debris floating everywhere. emerging from the water into the huge central atrium of the ship. murals still prominent on the walls. it's been more than two years since the luxury liner slammed
into a rock in shallow waters off the coast of italy. within minutes, she started flooding and tilting. then, an announcement telling passengers not to panic. >> please remain calm. >> this is terrible. absolutely terrible. >> reporter: the ship, twice the size of the "titanic." and over the last year, we saw how they began hauling it show up. it weighs least 100,000 tons. later this month, the vessel will be floated to a nearby port and scraped. but these lingering images of a tragedy at sea can be the final haunting pictures from inside the deadly wreck. for "good morning america," lama hasan, pretoria, south africa. >> stunning images there. now, to the desperate search for a pregnant california woman. she's been missing for a week now. her marine husband says she was going to joshua tree national park. searchers and homicide investigators are now looking for her.
and abc's david wright has the very latest. >> reporter: this morning, a massive manhunt for erin corwin. 19 years old and 3 months pregnant. she vanished without a trace saturday morning, in what police describe as suspicious circumstances. homicide investigators now leading the search in joshua tree national park. >> and i was just like, what do you mean she's missing? i just tore up. just tore up. >> reporter: corwin's mother spoke with abc's palm springs affiliate. >> every time the phone ring, you're hoping that maybe there's some news. >> reporter: on monday, authorities found her car in 29 palms, not far from the marine corps base where her husband, lance corporal jonathan corwin, is stationed.
sheriff's deputies say the husband reported her missing sunday. helicopters and ground search teams have so far failed to find any sign of her in the scorching desert. police say there's no evidence that a crime has been committed. but they have not ruled out foul play. >> they have extensive training in criminal cases, interviewing people. tracking. looking for specific evidence. >> reporter: the family has set up a facebook memorial page, praying that someone will help them find her. >> i'd give anything to give her a hug right now. >> reporter: for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> our hearts go out to erin's family. hope they get some answers. >> suspicious circumstances. homicide investigators. not a good sign. now to that dramatic mountain rescue. caught on camera, newly released video shows a helicopter team in washington state, saving a hiker trapped at 5,000 feet. worried he wouldn't be able to hang on. abc's reena ninan has the story. >> reporter: climbing the mountains near snoqualmie
county in washington state, isn't for the faint of heart. >> i got him. 11:30. just above the snow line -- >> reporter: on monday night, one hiker found out the hard way. and every vertigo-inducing moment is caught on day. the stranded climber calling 911, saying he was 5,000 feet up. unsure how much longer he would be able to hang on. >> there is not much room. but get me down there. and we'll see how this works. >> reporter: first on the scene, was the helicopter rescue team. with just ten feet, the rescuers lowered down on a cable. after a few words with the climber, the rescuer removes his backpack and connects the harness. soon, they are both hoisted up towards the helicopter. dangling over the mountains. it's a scene right out of a movie.
once lifted into the chopper, we can't hear what anyone's saying. but the relief on the face of the rescued climber says it all. moments later, the successful rescue ends with a handshake. all in a day's work? for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> all in a day's work? wow. >> that was incredible. well, speaking of incredible, there's always stunning plays at wimbledon. where there is a new star on that court. 20-year-old eugenie bouchard is the center of attention, thanks to a breakout performance that earned her a place in tomorrow's final. and lara is there with her story. lara, good morning. >> good morning to you, amy and dan. and, yes, she is aggressive and fearless. genie bouchard can no longer be called the next big thing. boy, she has officially arrived.
it is hard to believe that it was just two years ago, she was wimbledon's juniors champion. she's now poised to take the whole thing. >> i'm a genie believer. >> at just 20 years old, canadian eugenie bouchard is tennis' new "it" girl, taking wimbledon by storm. many expected that she would be a champion in the future. but it turns out, the time is now. thursday, bouchard crushed her third-ranked opponent to qualify for her first-ever grand slam final. >> i believe she can win. >> it's not like a surprise to me. i expect good results for this. it's a step in the right direction. >> reporter: and now, the 13 seed is just one step away from winning the biggest title of them all. wimbledon. it's not just her swing, though, catching people's eyes. thanks to her model good looks and winning smile, bouchard is gracing magazine covers.
and she's a crowd favorite. and among her supporters, "the big bang's" jim parsons. >> we became fans about a year ago through e-mail. and wimbledon was my chance to meet her in person and it's turned into the wildest ride through the semifinals i can't even tell you. >> it seems only fitting that her big-time breakthrough is happening at wimbledon. after all, she and twin sister beatrice were named after british royalty. who knows, perhaps her namesake will be there to watch this eugenie be crowned the new queen of wimbledon. she has only been on the tour, guys, for two years. and now, genie bouchard is the first canadian ever, man or woman, to make the finals here at wimbledon. that's tomorrow. today, semifinals for the men. it's the old guard, if you will, versus the young guns. of course, you can see it all. that's federer, djokovic, and
those two studs. let me get their names right, everyone. grigor dimitrov and milos raonic, both 23-year-olds old. and that's today on espn. check it out. and i'll be back with more. >> i like how you say their games, lara. -- names, lara. she has the tennis voice. >> lara has a lot of pull. she is a huge tennis fan. and she gets to cover wimbledon. >> we have a lot to get to in weather across the northeast. and we have the forecast with ginger zee. she has the very latest. look at that hail. >> more than 270 severe weather reports -- damaging wind, hail. this is from new jersey. we had reports up in new hampshire, all seeing it. and look at this time lapse from new york city. if you're here, you felt it. the skies go dark. you see all the lightning. you see it again. round after round. it was a pretty incredible night. nothing compared to what's happening in the southeast. we're watching the rain band
>> ginger, thank you. and coming up next on "gma," shocking new details in the case of the father charged with murdering his toddler. what prosecutors say he was doing while his son was inside that scorching car. and why your kids may not be safe at the pool. even if there's a lifeguard on duty. and party in the park. jason derulo at our party in the park this weekend. get ready to wiggle. get ready to wiggle. party in the park this weekend. get ready to wiggle.
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they plan to be out in force to crack down on illegal fireworks. if you're using fireworks tonight, please use caution. meanwhile, no trouble with the commute so far this morning, leyla. >> so far it has been holiday light, no congestion. but we do have this one accident, a car hit a guardrail. no injuries reported there. drive time traffic tracy to dublin a quick 24 minutes. highway 4 westbound antioch to an costa 19 minutes. katie? >> thank you, leyla. see you again in a minute with the forecast for the 4th of july weekend.
mostly sunshine and warm for us in the bay area, 95 degrees in clear lake. 66 in san francisco. 75 degrees in san mateo. our overnight lows for the 4th of july holiday, we can expect to see most of those fireworks, some little bit of fog coming back in and mild temperatures just about everywhere. my accuweather seven-day forecast stays dry and a warm-up this weekend with 98 degrees inland by sunday. welcome back. hey really?bye. kiss yo. cardiologist to check stand 1. crystal geyser alpine spring water? toucé. crystal geyser. always bottled right at the mountain source.
oh. crystal geyser please. crystal geyser. bottled at the mountain source. you are looking at a live shot of virginia beach. still feeling the effects of hurricane arthur at this hour. that heavy surf. the storm moving north right now, after battering the banks of north carolina overnight. we're going to have so much more on the storm that's affecting so many, coming up next on "good morning america." but the weather is not keeping fans away from central park. they are fired up this fourth of july, ready for a blockbuster performance from global sensation, jason derulo. >> we cannot wait for that. >> look at that crowd. >> they are already wiggling. coming up, secrets of lifeguards. and why your kids may not be as safe in the water when there's a lifeguard on duty.
what every parent needs to know before heading to the beach or the pool this holiday weekend. and abc's sara haines is celebrating the fourth at the birthplace of our nation. >> i'm outside of independence hall where the declaration of independence was signed july 4th, 1776. we're kicking off our festivities here with our affiliate, wpvi. >> no colonialwear? i was expecting a martha washington look or something? no? no? >> no. >> we're happy to have sara anyway. we begin with the shocking details of the father charged with murder for leaving his son in that hot car. prosecutors laying out the case against him on thursday. and abc's steve osunsami has the story. >> a child left out in the car for over seven hours.
>> reporter: at times, justin ross harris wiped away tears, as prosecutors laid out their shocking case. accusing him of leaving his 22-month-old son, cooper, to die in a hot car, on purpose. >> did he call 911? >> he did not. >> reporter: at a hearing, where harris was denied bond and told he could face the death penalty, the lead detectives said harris told them he forgot to drop his son off at day care. but they have receipts from a chick-fil-a restaurant, a mile away, before going to his office. >> how did the child appear? >> the child appeared wide awake and happy. >> reporter: police say harris strapped cooper in his car seat at 9:19 a.m. they say surveillance video shows the parked suv. the child harris allegedly forgot in those six minutes was inches away and hard to miss. while his son was dying, police
say records show harris was busy messaging lewd pictures of himself, to women who were not his wife, including one that was 17. two months ago, harris were reading posts on an online forum about child-free. something his attorney says he stumbled upon. police say harris knew a hot car could kill, after watching these safety videos just days before his son died. warning of the dangers of leaving a child in a hot car. >> please call 911. >> reporter: investigators said that harris and his wife had two life insurance policies on their own. one for $25,000. harris' attorney argues the boy's death was a mistake. saying that harris is deaf in his right ear. >> his mind went elsewhere. >> reporter: a witness for harris testified that when the
father pulled into this parking lot after discovering his life lesson, he seemed genuinely distraught. >> i heard the desperate cries of a father who just lost his son. >> reporter: for "good morning america," steve osunsami, marietta, georgia. >> let's bring dan in this case. it's so disturbing. police charging harris with felony murder. as we're starting to hear some of the evidence, it sounds like premeditated murder. >> and you heard the detective say that he believes there was intent here. when you look back at the fact that the detective is saying they may have had a motive, which may have been money. and he's bringing in the mother, as well. they were having financial problems. they have a life insurance policy on the child. he's looking at child-free forums. looking at videos of what happens in a hot car.
police piecing this together, to believe this was premeditated. >> and among the evidence we heard yesterday, as you referred to, implicating the mother, perhaps. are you expecting an arrest in this case? >> they're going to need a little more. but one of the most startling moments came when the detective testified that the mother goes to child care. shows up to pick up her son. they say, your husband never dropped off your son. immediately, the first thing she says is, he must have left him in the car. instead of saying, maybe he took him to lunch. the first thing she thinks of is oh, he must have left him in the car? police also talked about the conversations the two of them had. i think they may change the theory of this case. it's possible the mother could be implicated. >> so much more in this case. you'll be following it for us. now, to a pool party that got out of control, thanks to social media. a texas housing manager is facing a huge fine for his bash
after a hash tag went viral online, drawing 2,000 people to his pool party. abc's nick watt had the story. >> reporter: here's what happens when a social media marketing campaign is just too successful. >> it was insane. it was packed. all you could see were heads everywhere. people in the pool. >> reporter: last saturday, 2,000 reportedly boozy revelers, showed up in a pool designed for 750 people, max. drawn from around the country by a hash tag that went viral, landing the venue in hot water because they hadn't applied for a permit. >> people were drunk in the water. that's not a good combination. not a good mix. >> reporter: nfl star brian holloway showed gio benitez his upstate new york house after
word of a party spread. in may, teens trashed a mansion in ontario. mercifully, no one got hurt this week. the party promoter told us the permit was, quote, out of our hands. and there was security to keep it safe. >> you can't always say, all's well that ends well. >> reporter: it took nearly every off-duty police officer in town to shut the pool party down. reached out for comment, no reply. and organizers say there will be no next time. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> you know you're getting old when that does not look like fun. >> some people don't get the power of social media yet. >> it works too well. >> yeah. let's check in, now, with ginger, because the weather is going to be a big issue for all of the pool parties that may or
may not be happening across the country. >> absolutely. in the southwest, as much as we talk about the east coast, they have tens of thousands without power, thanks to this. that would be a big dust storm. this is an airplane wing. and the dust storm. we have video of it, too. 3,000 feet high. so impressive every time this happens. there's good news, though. when this happens, even though the visibility reduces during a quarter-mile during it, it means that rain is falling in the southwest. they need it. 102, that's cooler for phoenix. 104, las vegas. reno, 96. you see where the cooler air stays behind that stationary front along the west coast. the warming begins today. we'll be experiencing 89 in fairfield, 68 in richmond, 96 in clear lake. our overnight lows a little on the cooler side, more fog, mid to upper 50s.
>> all that weather, brought to you by cadillac. and i had to point out. these are water temperatures. you can see the big difference. all cool on the pacific, which it always is. 90 galveston. miami, 86. and we're going to be clearing out over the weekend. but it's rough surf because of the storm has passed. >> i like how 102 is cooler for phoenix. >> thank you, ginger. distracted on duty. why your children may not be safe, even if there's a lifeguard watching them. what every parent needs to know right now. there they are. two of the stars from the u.s. team, back from brazil. i'm excited for this. they're live here this morning. the cadillac summer collection is here. ♪ ♪
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and we are back, now, at 7:43, with the secrets of lifeguards. the startling story all parents need to see on this holiday weekend, when so many of us are heading to the pools and the beaches. it turns out your children may not be safe, even if there's a lifeguard on duty. reena ninan has that story. >> reporter: good morning, amy. you expect the lifeguards to protect you and your children from the perils at the pool. but we found out, that isn't always the case. lifeguards. buff and brave. ready to jump in at the first sign of danger. right? well, maybe not always. meet 23-year-old harris, a
former lifeguard at several pools in texas. he's blowing the whistle on what he says are shocking secrets of life on the lifeguard tower. >> a lot of lifeguards are not prepared for something bad happening. >> reporter: roughly 4,000 americans drown each year. and one in five children that brown in swimming pools, do so with a lifeguard present. there are examples of lifeguards behaving badly. look at this lifeguard, tuning out the pool and listening to his ipod. >> no lifeguard should be given electronic equipment. no texting or talking on the phone. >> reporter: worst is this guard. he's gone into hibernation mode. no one is swimming. and it's challenging to spot a kid drowning, as i found out myself, with a test dummy, named timmy. how hard can this be?
timmy is at the edge of the pool. a spot where wall huggers drown. i never saw it. never once. we put these young lifeguards to the test with our mannequin, timmy. remember 18-year-old blake has no idea this is a drill. in less than five seconds, blake sees something. and explodes into action. did you think it was a real kid drowning? >> i'm just scanning the waters, and i see something out of the norm, i go check it out. doesn't make a difference to me. >> reporter: what should you look out for? and how many lifeguards are on duty? and who is paying attention? check out clear the water is. dirty or cloudy. it's impossible to spot a swimmer in those types of circumstances. and experts remind us, don't be afraid to confront management. it's so uncomfortable to do that. but it's better than dealing with a trip to the e.r. or even worse.
>> one of five kids who drown with a lifeguard present. >> unbelievable stats. >> thank you, reena. you can see more of reena's report and so much more on "20/20" at 10:00 eastern, right here on abc. the new app, promising to help families spend more time together. how it gives importants control, i love this, over their kids' gadgets. and two of the stars from team usa, back home. live here in times square this morning. what was it like playing on the world's biggest stage? they're going to tell us. i grew up with three brothers, so i figured hey, i get it, kids get stains. but we have these three beautiful little girls, and they make us look like amateurs. so i'm living in a world of tiny sweaters and dolphins and weird greasy mystery stains. i'm gonna get you. but this new tide ultra stain release has a crazy amount of cleaning power and a pre-treat zap! cap that helps me get out pretty much any stain. can i help? aww. just kidding. she got me. [ female announcer ] now with new tide ultra stain release you can help remove 99% of everyday stains.
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we are feeling very patriotic this fourth of july. and we have two of the stars from team usa here live. they made us all so proud with their amazing performance in brazil. and we are thrilled to welcome deondre yedlin and matt baesler. hey, guys. welcome. how is it feeling, guys? you had a little time to think back on the game and the whole experience. how is it feeling a few days after the fact? >> it's very, very nice to be back home. although, we are a little disapointed that we're still not playing because we felt like, we were right there. we should have beat belgium. so, we're a little disappointed.
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good morning. i'm katie marrzullo. there are concerns this 4th of july morning by some bay area residents over the fire danger posed by fireworks. there is an increased risk of fire because of low humid the ti. of course the dry conditions out there. authorities ask to use caution if you plan on shooting off fireworks, if they're legal in your city. better yet, go to a fireworks show and leave it to the professionals. let's get a check of the forecast with leyla gulen. it is going to be dry and warm in the north bay as well, temperatures reaching 95 degrees in clear lake, 89 degrees in fairfield. our overnight lows going to be on the cooler side, fog coming
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good morning, america. it's the fourth of july. and could this new app be the key to spending more time with your kids this holiday? it's putting you in control of their technology, right now. and makeover madness. dance pro, karina smirnoff, teaming up with a treatment designer to transform her home without breaking the bank. and it's a party in the park like you've never seen. jason derulo jet skiing here to perform, live. >> i'm coming to central park, america. >> that's jason derulo, arriving in true -- he's running, to the big concert in the park. leaving the jet ski behind. he's in the park right now.
that wet suit, a little too hot. drying off now, as he's making his way to the stage. a huge performance. we want to thank the great people for their help with that big jet ski entrance. also ahead, behind the scenes at another big event this weekend. wimbledon. lara is there, celebrating the fourth across the pond. and she's going to share some of the secrets from the prestigious event. robin is off. she is down in new orleans, to make an appearance at the 20th annual essence festival. she and her sister, sally-ann, she's working when she's not working. that's robin. >> making such a difference. it's fantastic. let's turn, first, to ryan smith, with the latest news. >> good morning, guys.
let's get to the latest on hurricane arthur. back out to sea, but slamming north carolina. a lot of fourth of july plans scrapped with arthur's wind and rain. tens of thousands without power up the east coast. alex perez is feeling the impact in virginia beach. alex? >> reporter: good morning, ryan. the effects of hurricane arthur being felt. we want to be safe and not get too close to the water. look at this. those waves are still churning this morning here in virginia beach. two big concerns here. the wind and the rain. it's been raining through the night and expect to continue raining throughout the day. of course, authorities are keeping their eyes on all of that. and there's a fear that flooding could be an issue. another issue, tornadoes. there was a tornado watch overnight. and authorities are keeping their eyes on everything, to make sure if anything goes wrong here. for now, all eyes on this storm, as they try to figure out what happens next.
ryan? >> thank you, alex. we will all be watching. and ginger will have more in just a moment. on to this. another bitter standoff is expected in southern california today, over the mass influx of migrant children from central america. days after angry residents in marietta blocked three buses pocked with impacts, after three more are supposed to arrive. and new video showing a harrowing rescue from a cliff in washington state. the hiker calling 911, saying he wasn't sure how long she could hold on. once the rescuer was hoisted down, they were lifted to safety. and a war hero, the star of a movie by angelina jolie has died. the movie "unbroken," based on the book by jolie, comes out at christmas. he was named next year's marshal
at the rose parade. and he was 97 years old. another hero, this 15-year-old indiana boy. the teen saw an elderly woman on the roof, as her car sank into a lake. nearby adults refused to help. so, he swam out to bring her a life jacket and stayed with her until firefighters arrived with a boat. what a hero. and some people in birmingham, alabama, won't be getting the mail. check this out. they were expecting this. but the postal worker was caught on camera hurling packages into a ravine. can you believe it? the inspector-general's office says the worker resigned after the video was posted on youtube. no kidding. it's not clear why he did it or if he'll face charges. >> ever hear of karma? >> exactly. it's fourth of july. the world's best competitive eaters are here in new york, ready to eat some hot dogs. joey chestnut. he's back to defend his title in today's annual coney island hot dog eating contest.
he is hoping to down -- guess how many, guys? >> 70. >> great job reading copy, amy. 70 hot dogs in just 10 minutes. and "the black widow," sonya thomas is back. and i think amy knows. >> 45. >> that's right. amy gets the title for reading copy. >> it's all right here, ryan. all right here. >> calling you out. >> you look at these people, a lot of them are tiny. >> i can eat like six. eight. >> that's six more than i can eat. "pop news" is coming up. and weather, as well. first, gio has "the morning menu." >> in "pop news," a real-life meet the parents for george clooney and his fiancee. and how to give your kids tech timeout. the app promising to give you more family time. and our blowout party in the park, with red-hot superstar
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at lowe's. ♪ take a look at philadelphia going "happy" and old-school, to bring on the fourth of july weekend. benjamin franklin and colonial townspeople on independence day, going with a little pharrell williams. got to love that. thanks to our friends at our station wpvi in philadelphia, for colonial dancing to pharrell williams. gio is in for lara. take it away, gio. >> let's get some "pop news." a real-life meet the parents getting lots of buzz. george clooney and his fiancee spending time with clooney's parents. not the first time they met their son's bride-to-be. but the whole group was in italy, where clooney owns a villa. fancy.
dining at a famous eatery on the site of an old church that dates back to the 1300s. her mother paid a visit recently, all as the couple prepares to tie the knot. finally, the woman who stole that bachelor's heart. >> and keeping it something there in italy. >> i guess. nice. let me introduce you guys to a musical duo taking the internet by storm right now. they're called the rookies. and here's an example. their rendition of "my roots go down," is being called the epitome of cute. watch. ♪ my roots go down my roots go down, down ♪ >> there you go. her dad is apparently a singer/songwriter himself. and clearly, the apple doesn't fall far from that tree. >> it gets better. she's getting into it. >> i like the shoulders. >> she's got the moves. the hands and the shoulders.
>> now, she's got the hips, too. >> there we go. >> look at her go. >> you go, girl. >> look at that. into it. into it. you're going to be really sorry that i'm introducing you to the next story. >> i don't know why we have these. >> this game, i'm obsessed. and everyone's favorite mouse as a new role in a game called disney's tsum tsum. tsum tsum means stack, stack. you have to stack these little guys. you have to connect as many as you can. and with us, some of the tsum tsum characters. i have winnie the pooh. you have mickey mouse, dan. >> minnie mouse right here. i love it. >> what is this? >> i don't know. >> we couldn't get a pluto? and we got some plush toys, too. i'm obsessed with that game. once you start, you can't stop. >> good to know. gio, thanks so much. we want to kick off our "heat index" with a look at the
world's premier tennis tournament, wimbledon. where, this weekend, the sport's best are playing for the most prestigious trophy. lara is taking it all in at the all england club. good morning, lara. >> i want to show you the latest in tennis racket technology. this is by babylon, the official wimbledon racket. this is the kind that rafa nadal uses. though, not successfully this go around at wimbledon. >> looking at this wooden racket from the archives here, you can see that technology has come a long way. here at wimbledon, the traditions, like the hats the all-white, the grass courts, they remain wholly intact. welcome to wimbledon. behind me, centre court, the holy grail for tennis lovers, like myself. 128 years of tradition make this tournament the only sporting
event like it in the world. this is more than i can handle. i mean -- we ran into an american tv star looking for a big bang on centre court. when emmy winner jim parsons watched his friend, bouchard, soar from tournament underdog to tomorrow's women's singles finalist. >> to be here it's like adult disney world, as i can imagine. it's magical. it's beautiful. it's kind of perfection. >> reporter: you don't have to be a big wig to get into wimbledon. when fans leave the all england club, many return their tickets here, to be resold, to hundreds of fans waiting in line. with all proceeds going to charity. can't afford tickets to centre court? no problem. this is henman hill. otherwise known as murray mound after last year's big win by andy. anybody with ground passes can come and enjoy the matches and a
picnic. and keep in centre court, the bunker, where chris evert calls the matches for espn. >> this is probably the only grand slam where the commenta r commentators are on the court. everywhere else, we're up in the boonies. >> reporter: how is that for you to be sit right here? >> you can hear the atmosphere. you know? the electricity. and the hush. we can hear the hush. >> reporter: from centre court to center of attention. we caught up with the two americans who have the best chance of taking home the silver plate. you're about to play in the semifinals. what is it like, the atmosphere here at wimbledon? >> this place is magical. so historic. so many great champions have been here. my mom played here in the '60s. it's the one tournament that gives you the goosebumps when you walk on the grounds. >> reporter: the bryan brothers will try to defend their title in the semifinals of the men's doubles today. and have worked out their strategy.
what's your strategy to take home another win? >> we're going to get all over the net. attack the net as much as possible. and put the ball away. that's the secret sauce. >> reporter: lots of luck. go, brothers. the americans, the bryan brothers, are set to try to defend their title in the semifinals, just behind me at the number 1 court here at wimbledon. a glorious day here. and i will not come back without bringing you a present. amy, this is for you. i promise, you can't miss this ball. you will hit it. you will play tennis with me. >> lara, thank you very much. enjoy the day. and come back home safely. you can catch the men's semifinals today on espn. next up in "the heat index," time to improve this. "dancing with the stars" pro karina smirnoff wanted to bump up the look of her home for just 500 bucks.
she got some all-star help from katherine ireland, in the hope of staying on budget. "gma's" cameron mathison joined the duo to see how they did. >> reporter: karina smirnoff feels right at home on the dance floor. but feeling right about her home's furnishings can be trickier than a tango. how would you describe your style? >> i would say it's contemporary and light. i have been looking around at different stores. and i wanted to do this couch because this is easy. and it's real leather. >> reporter: before karina shops in other rooms in her hollywood hills home, some priceless device from kathryn ireland. >> don't rush things. get your key pieces. >> reporter: is that a good strategy for people at home? >> absolutely. the thing about doing your house is, it's expensive and you don't want to make mistakes.
if you're uncertain of something, take it slowly. >> reporter: and check out a store's return policy. >> i see two walls that i think need something on them. one would be over here. and then, this wall over here. it looks a little bland to me. >> reporter: what a view. this is wonderful out here. >> you don't have a ton of room. but we can dress it up. >> reporter: she's going to do all this for less than $500. surprise. so, we're going to start with the patio furniture. i know that's an area you want to work on. >> what do you think of the fire pit? >> if your heart is really set on this, i think we're going to have to splash on this one thing. and then, work the rest of the budget around it. >> reporter: two chairs for the fire pit, less than $20 each. two trees for the patio. and a planter for each. >> i want to stick with the modern feel of the house. >> i like the metallic sun. >> reporter: i like the price. >> this is all not the right
style for your house. this one over there, probably a better size. >> i like it a lot. >> a room can look sterile unless you have the finishing touches. >> reporter: a mirror here, a clock there. little touches can make big impressions. we had a $500 budget. we got in under. way to go. >> great team. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cameron mathison, abc news, los angeles. >> a fire pit is a must-have item. if you're going to splurge, you have to splurge on the fire pit. right? >> exactly. you have to know where to put the money. >> exactly. we want to thank our sponsor, lowe's, for providing these items for karina's home. next up on "the heat index," the new app designed to create more quality time with your kids. with a click, parents with grab their children's attention by remotely turning off their technology. abc's becky worley has the story. >> dinner time is happy time for this family.
they talk about the good things that happened each day. >> reporter: family dinners have changed. everybody, gadgets down, now. >> why are you freaking out? >> because you're all so involved with your little gizmos, nobody is even talking. >> reporter: technology has wormed in to almost every aspect of family life. >> will you set the table outside? >> reporter: beat the ellie and cameron. and the slew of digital devices that cause problems. >> phones get 80% of the attention and you're getting 20%. >> let's do the homework. let's clean the table. let's do what we have to do around the house. and their face is in the phone. >> reporter: a new, free app is hoping to solve problems like these. it's called dinner time. install it on the devices. and the parents phone becomes a remote control. they need a timeout from technology? like to take a break? and again, the phone is locked.
for most parents, the real issue is -- when do you look at your phone most? >> probably before i go to bed. >> reporter: tell the app to block the phone from 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. and the parents don't have to physically confiscate the device. that's the real power of the app. you think it would cause less conflict if your parents could just shut your phone off from theirs? >> yes. >> reporter: why? >> not as much arguing. >> reporter: there are limitations. for this app, the parents can have iphone. but the kids have to have android devices. you heard it from a kid. they think it might make life easier, too. for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, san francisco. >> how brilliant is that idea? >> the kids pretending they're okay with it. that's fine with us. >> less arguing. >> a way to circumvent. >> we want to know how you get your kids off their digital devices. i yell. tweet us @"gma," #social square.
hopefully there's some better ideas out there. let's go out to central park and ginger with a check of the weather. >> we're in full-on celebration mode here. jason derulo. a whole lot of weather to talk about. before we get to the forecast, i want to show you a sneak peek of monday's episode of "the bachelorette." andi has to choose who the final two will be. and she's really struggling with that decision. >> last night was a rough night. you have a decision to make tonight. do you have clarity? >> i'm worried about making a mistake this week. >> i know. >> thanks. >> of course. >> tonight was always going to be tough. but i don't think anyone could imagine it would be like this. i don't know how i get there tonight. i don't know if i do. i don't know how. i just -- i don't know. >> you can see "the
bachelorette" on monday, 8:00, 7:00 central here on abc. and you can see an extended sneak peek on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! let me tell you something. we got quite the day. do you see this? that's rain on the radar. we're right between the bands that would be from the hurricane and right there in the cold front. we got away with it here. no rain. at least for now. we do have rain coming, believe me. let me go ahead and go through the forecast for you. that hurricane off into the atlantic for the most part. but the rain bands affecting parts of the east coast. and the cape, which is under a tropical storm warning in massachusetts. we're going to be done with it by tomorrow morning. maine is the only one left with it tomorrow. and then, it's drying out for the weekend. before then, i wanted to show you your fourth of july forecast. it's looking not so bad. especially in the southeast. and here in new york city, after
we see the rain this afternoon, we will start drying out. >> we're getting so ready for jason derulo. and check this out. if you can't it here in new york city, i imagine there's only one other place that does it better or bigger. that would be philadelphia, where the independence declaration was signed in the 1700s.
sara, how is it going down there? >> yeah, we're in philadelphia, kicking off the holiday with our philadelphia station and good friends at wpvi. we're outside of independence hall, where the declaration was signed july 4th, 1776. why wouldn't people come to philly to celebrate? there will be thousands of people marching through here later. and vice president joe biden will with here. and what's a fourth of july celebration without tons of fireworks? and those are going to come later today, as well. you may have noticed my friends who pulled up here. i've had the honor of hanging out with the u.s. army old guard. and they've been teaching me some things. we've been practicing all morning for you guys. i hope you're ready for this. okay. what's my line? >> drums, roll off. >> drums, roll off. ♪
good morning. i'm katie marrzullo. the 4th of july certainly a time to celebrate, but bay area law enforcement agencies will have a zero-tolerance policy for illegal fireworks especially in light of the drought and fire danger. tonight police and firefighters will be out in force to crack down on illegal fireworks and make sure tonight's celebrations don't turn into a catastrophe. nothing of the sort on the roads this morning. not yet, at least, right, leyla? >> definitely not. clear conditions across most of our bay area roadways. we have this one accident eastbound 4 discovery bay boulevard. this crash southbound 680 at washington boulevard, one lane blocked, a little backup, but the rest of the commute nice and clear. katie? >> leyla, thank you. leyla will be back in a moment with the bay area forecast.
we have a warming trend this weekend, a ridge of high pressure going to bring our temperatures up for saturday, sunday, and monday. today our highs going to be 90 degrees in livermore, 91 in antio antioch, 77 in vallejo, 66 in san francisco, 63 degrees in half moon bay and 96 degrees in clear lake. for tonight, our fireworks show, under mostly clear skies and chances pretty mild around the bay area with a little chance of fog as you head into the east bay, also san francisco. our fireworks forecast in the upper 50s for the north bay, mid to upper 60s for the south bay. the accuweather seven-day forecast stays dry for the rest of the weekend. monday, 90 degrees inland, 86
around the bay, 66 along coast. back to "good morning america." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ a great crowd out here on this fourth of july. maybe because we have red-hot superstar, jason derulo about to serenade them. >> and they are braving what is starting to look like it could be some bad weather. but they don't care. >> no. we got time. we got time. >> this independence, with his latest, top-ten hit, off of his smash album "talk dirty," get ready to "wiggle," with jason derulo. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ you know what to do with that big fat butt ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle just a little bittle swing ♪ ♪ patty cake, patty cake with no hands ♪ ♪ got me in this club making wedding plans ♪ ♪ if i take pictures while you do your dance ♪ ♪ i can make you famous on instagram ♪ ♪ hot it your booty like two planets ♪ ♪ go head, and go ham sammich whoa, i can't stand it ♪ ♪ 'cause you know what to do with that big fat butt ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle just a little bittle swing ♪ ♪ cadillac, cadillac pop that trunk ♪ ♪ let's take a shot
♪ i don't at 9:00 to 5:00 oh, baby, let me ♪ ♪ come and change your life ♪ hot damn it your booty like two planets ♪ ♪ go head, and go whoa, i can't stand it ♪ ♪ 'cause you know what to do with that big fat butt ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ ♪ come on, baby turn around ♪ ♪ turn around turn around, turn around ♪ ♪ you're a star, girl take a bow ♪ ♪ take a bow take a bow, take a bow ♪ ♪ it's just one thing that's killing me ♪ ♪ how'd you get that in them jeans? ♪ ♪ you know what to do with that big fat butt ♪ ♪ wiggle, wiggle, wiggle
wiggle, wiggle, wiggle ♪ woo. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. that was something else. jason derulo, everybody. i can't wait to learn those moves because we are going to wiggle with it, right? yeah. say it. >> wiggle, wiggle, wiggle. let's go ahead and get right into that forecast. we do want to get to the wiggling. before then, we have that storm wiggling across the atlantic. and you can see there's still tropical storm warnings in nantucket and parts of the cape. i'll be looking for that in the
the warming begins today. we'll be experiencing 89 in fairfield, 68 in richmond, 96 in clear lake. our overnight lows a little on the cooler side, more fog, mid to upper 50s. our accuweather seven-day >> all that weather, brought to you by macy's. dan? >> thanks, ginger. you know the people that can't get enough of "x men" or spider-man," the movies. you want to truly experience them? now, you can. our own melissa rycroft went behind the scenes. >> reporter: okay. logic says if you have this many superheros in one place, something big is about to go down. and it is. >> we're bringing together "the avengers," "x men" and "spider-man." >> reporter: it's a stadium show
that features the most marvel characters every in one production. me, not a superhero or a stunt woman. but they assured me it's safe. so, i decided to take a spin in the car that flips over. you get in this car while it flips, during the show. >> it's super fun. i tried it. and then, i ended up jiggling and loving it. >> if i was superfun without kids, i'd do it, too. okay. okay. >> oh, my god. oh, my gosh. okay. look at that. look at my hand. >> you're shaking. >> reporter: next up, a ride on the glider normally flown by the
green goblin. >> i had a kid a couple weeks ago. the core is not existent, fyi. >> you want to take it higher? >> reporter: it goes up? >> it does go up. >> reporter: and away we go. with a plan to hit 85 cities in the next 2 years, the show will definitely be coming your way. and the producers are betting you will flip for "marvel universe live." hopefully not literally, like me. >> nice job, braving the rollover there, melissa. coming up, much more with jason derulo, live in central
we're with our hitmaker here, jason derulo. let's look at some of these stats. your album "talk dirty" has sold more than 40 million singles worldwide. more than 1 billion views on youtube. and i think we can see why after that first performance. you kicked off your july 4th weekend, on a jet ski in the hudson river. what was that like? >> i didn't know what to expect. i thought it would be a lot of fun. >> and was it? >> it was crazy. crazy is the best word for you because you have ferries coming
off. you have to be like, whoa. >> wiggling right out. >> wiggling right out the way. you know what i'm saying? i learned to do like little baby tricks. i got a little something-something. >> speaking of learning, we've all been talking about this. we'd like a little tip on the wiggle. >> how do you do the wiggle the. >> absolutely. all right, so -- basically, you take it from side to side. on the left side, you want to bring the arms in and wiggle them. right side. left side. right side. left side. right side. >> all right. >> i see you. >> we look like tv anchors doing "the wiggle." >> i have to ask you, you have a big announcement coming up. you want to share exclusively with us. >> i'm so excited to announce this. i've been touring across the world. but i haven't made it to america yet.
and the talk dirty tour is finally making it to america in october. thank you. i can't wait to see all of you. it's going to be incredible. >> we're excited. i think they're excited, as well. >> and now, i think this is what they all want. let's get back to the music, with jason derulo, rockin' central park, with the title track from his album, "talk dirty." [ cheers and applause ] >> happy fourth of july, america. >> pick it up. it goes like this. ♪ i'm that flight that you get on, international ♪ ♪ first class seat on my lap girl, riding comfortable ♪ ♪ 'cause i know what the girl them need ♪ ♪ new york to haiti i got lipstick stamps ♪ ♪ on my passport you make it hard to leave ♪ ♪ been around the world
don't speak the language ♪ ♪ but your booty don't need explaining ♪ ♪ all i really need to understand is ♪ ♪ when you talk dirty to me talk dirty to me ♪ ♪ talk dirty to me talk dirty to me ♪ ♪ get jazzy on it ♪ you know the words to my songs no habla ingles ♪ ♪ our conversations ain't long ♪ 'cause i know what the girl them need ♪ ♪ new york to haiti i got lipstick stamps ♪ ♪ on my passport you make it hard to leave ♪ ♪ been around the world don't speak the language ♪ ♪ but your booty don't need explaining ♪ ♪ all i really need to understand is ♪ ♪ when you talk dirty to me talk dirty to me ♪ ♪ talk dirty to me
the trumpets, they go ♪ ♪ yeah, the trumpets they go da, da, da, ra, ra, da, da, da ♪ ♪ da, ra, ra, ra, da, da da da, da ra ra da, da, da ♪ ♪ da, ra, ra, ra, da, da they go ♪ ♪ is it weird that i hear violins whenever you're gone ♪ ♪ whenever you're gone is it weird that your ♪ ♪ remind me of a kanye west song kanye west song ♪ ♪ is it weird that i hear trumpets when you're ♪ ♪ turning me on turning me on ♪ ♪ is it weird that your bra remind me of a katy perry song ♪ ♪ every time that you get undressed ♪ ♪ i hear symphonies in my head i wrote this song ♪
♪ just looking at you ooh, oh yeah, the drums they swing low ♪ ♪ at central park, they go the trumpets, they go ♪ ♪ and the trumpets they go ha, yeah ♪ ♪ yeah, the trumpets they go yeah, the trumpets they go ♪ ♪ they go >> let's take other side." are you ready? ♪ tonight, we'll just get drunk disturb the peace ♪ ♪ find your hands all over me and then you bite your lip ♪ ♪ whisper and say
let's go ♪ ♪ tonight take me to the other side ♪ ♪ sparks fly like the fourth of july ♪ ♪ just take me to the other side ♪ ♪ i see that sexy look in your eyes ♪ ♪ and i know we ain't friends anymore ♪ ♪ if we walk down this road we'll be lovers for sure ♪ ♪ so, tonight, kiss me like it's do or die ♪ ♪ and take me to the other side ♪ ♪ this could be perfect, yeah but we won't know ♪ ♪ tonight, we'll just get drunk disturb the peace ♪ ♪ find your hands all over me and then you bite your lip ♪ ♪ whisper and say we're going all the way ♪
we want to congratulate our director, jeff, and his wife, tina. they just got married. this is the first concert since coming back from the nuptials. what a concert. we want to thank jason derulo. this is a medley from some of his biggest hits inqudding "in my head" and "what you say." >> come on. ♪ everybody's looking for love oh, oh ♪ ♪ ain't that the reason you're at this oh, oh ♪
♪ you ain't gonna find a dance with him, no, oh ♪ ♪ got a better solution for you, girl, oh, oh ♪ ♪ just leave with me now say the word and we'll go ♪ ♪ i'll be your teacher i'll show you the ropes ♪ ♪ you'll see a side of love you've never known ♪ ♪ i can see it going down going down ♪ ♪ in my head i see you all over me ♪ ♪ in my head you fulfill my fantasy ♪ ♪ in my head you'll be screaming no ♪ ♪ in my head it's going down ♪ ♪ in my head it's going down ♪ >> number one on the billboard
charts. it's the one and only jason derulo. ♪ give me another chance another chance ♪ ♪ to really be your man 'cause when the roof caved in ♪ ♪ and the truth came out i just didn't know what to do ♪ ♪ but when i become a star, baby we'll be living so large ♪ ♪ i'll do anything for you so, tell me girl ♪ ♪ mm whatcha say mmm that you only meant well ♪ ♪ well, of course you did mm whatcha say ♪ ♪ whatcha say mm that it's all for the best ♪ ♪ of course it is mmm whatcha say ♪ ♪ mmm that you only meant well well of course you did ♪ ♪ mmm whatcha say whatcha say ♪ ♪ wha, wha, wha, wha what did she say ♪ ♪ tell me what you say i don't want you to leave ♪
good morning. i'm katie marrzullo. a very happy 4th of july to you. here's leyla gulen with the forecast. a break in the clouds over the san francisco area, nice and vizable with blue skies. highs today reaching the 90s inland, 70s around the bay, and 60 degrees along the coast. overnight lows, more fog coming in with mid to upper 50s. my accuweather seven-day forecast is dry and a heat-up starts on sunday right into monday. we have a new crash on the bay bridge. if you're traveling along here, you just might find it but it's not causing any delays. west background at yorba buena island blocking the lane but no delays coming into san francisco. thank you. join us for the midday news at 11:00.
have a great day. >> it's "live's" fourth of july party with kelly and michael! today, from the new series, "the leftovers," amy brenneman, and actress and comedienne, caroline rhea. also, chef jeff conant, as we continue our s to ta farm to table challenge. plus, members of our studio audience will be tossing, popping, and racing for prices in "live's" independence day games, all next on "live." now here are kelly rripa and michael strahan. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television]