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good morning, america. and breaking news on the storm that will not stop. more deadly weather overnight, from new orleans to atlanta. killed at least three. this twister sets down on a pennsylvania interstate. and more storms are on the way in the east, to start the holiday weekend. full house. the race for president gets crowded. at least four, new republican candidates get ready to run. as sarah palin hits the road, can she steam roll the field? will she really try? the summer getaway starts today. before you fill the tank, you need to see our "gma" investigation. the inside secrets of where you should fill up and where you really should not. ♪ god makes no mistakes and get ready to gaga. ♪ i'm on the right track, baby
♪ i was born this way >> pop's superstar hits center stage in central park. it's time for the music event of the year. lady gaga, only on "gma," right now. and just look at that crowd. thousands and thousands in central park on a glorious spring morning. it's the biggest crowd ever for a "gma" summer concert. it's the biggest star ever. >> oh, my goodness. >> just look at that. >> and somewhere out there seeing thousands of little monsters. our own little monster, lara spencer. and you could just feel the excitement here in times square. we're going to be headed there with lara in just a little bit. let's just say, lady gaga is known for making an entrance. >> that's an understatement.
it is going to be an amazing morning. we are going to get to that. as 35 million of us are set to hit the road this weekend, we're focused on the severe weather hitting so much of the country. let's get to the latest on the storms. sam's been tracking it all. and the southeast has been hit hard. >> it will be a line of storms moving east today. here's what we know. more folks are outdoors on a holiday weekend. it becomes more important for folks to heed the warning and get inside. we realize from yesterday's deaths in atlanta, it doesn't take a tornado to kill people. straight-line winds can do that. 14 states. more than 600 storm reports. back in the joplin area, wichita, oklahoma city. more unusual, where the storms are popping up in the northeast. this is highly unusual. portland, albany, washington, d.c., all in line for the storms during the day today. and the storm reports will be popping. we'll be following. so will your local abc stations. we'll have all of the weather in a moment. i know you mentioned joplin,
as well, where 230 people are listed as missing, after the tornado that tore through that city 5 days ago. matt gutman joins us live from joplin. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. over 200 names on that list. on this block alone, four families missing. we took that list and went to nine different addresses. our first stop went to zachary willi williams. 12 years old. he was confirmed dead. however, we kept going. knocked on doors. talked to neighbors. we found the sherrick family. four members of the family had been living down the street. i took all of this information to tommy sherrick. gave him the hotline for missing persons. he told the state troopers that he is absolutely well and safe and has been staying in his house. >> cell phone service has been down a lot. it's hard for people to communicate. on the cell phones that are working, there are cameras. and we're getting more images of what the tornado looked like, don't we, matt?
>> reporter: we are. and pretty astounding image you're seeing right here. backyard video. the toys turning into missiles. that trampoline going flying. this is taken from billy tile's house. five members of the family all cowering inside. they all survived. the house didn't fare as well. there's so many stories like that. look around, 8,000 homes destroyed. 200 businesses. and the death toll is going to rise. but the search for the missing continues. and the list for the missing is going to shrink. robin? >> and a bit of good news. telephone poles? they're starting to come up again? >> reporter: power lines coming up, as well. things are starting to rebuild here. at least in infrastructure, robin. >> matt, thank you very much. people are hitting the road for the big holiday weekend. and so many of you are filling up the tank today. before you head to the pump, our bianna golodryga looked at what you need to know. and she has more from -- well, she's behind the wheel on the road right now. bianna? >> reporter: good morning, robin.
after a freezing winter and a record number of storms this spring, americans are ready to hit the road this summer. it's not going to be cheap. the average gallon of gas costing $3.80. that means americans will be spending $23 more this year than they did last memorial day weekend. there are some ways that you can bring that number down. trips to the beach, the country, or the city. 3 million americans will fly. and 35 million will hit the road to get there this memorial day weekend. if gas prices will determine if you get behind the wheel, our abc news investigation had some important tips for you. with help from mapping firm, esri, we looked at 5,100 stations in 4 areas. chicago, boston, orange county and jacksonville, targeted in april, a month when gas shot up 30 cents. what did we find? to save the most, fill up on fridays. in three of the areas, gas prices increased most on saturdays. get there before they rise.
second, go clubbing. to warehouse clubs, like sam's, costco or b.j.'s, where we found the price was at least 3% lower than the average. a savings of $2.25 on every fill-up. third, just like in real estate, it's all about location. avoiding stations along the highway, by finding one just a minute away from the highway exit, can save you 11%, or about 7 bucks a fill-up. >> all right. and bianna has other tips we're going to show you here at the smart screen. tips, as well. you need to avoid downtown areas. this was information provided in the month of april. and the darker colors means higher gas prices. here in chicago, if you're more in the downtown area, that means gas prices are higher. boston, the same thing. gas prices a little less expensive north of the city. it's so expensive right here because this is a main highway leading into boston. the moral of the story here, to avoid downtown areas.
but that is not always the case. you see here in orange county, not so bad. but it starts to heat up, yes, along the beaches. that's where the prices are the highest. and jacksonville, there's really no rhyme or reason. but around the downtown area, it's not so expensive. so, the bottom line is, you really need to know the price patterns in your particular area. george? >> okay, robin, thanks. now, the presidential race. a number of new candidates expected in the next week. maybe even the best-known of all, sarah palin. she is sending new signals that she could be mounting a presidential bid. and jon karl has more on whether her bus tour this weekend is her first stop on her race to the white house. jon? >> reporter: good morning, george. first of all, mitt romney is among those who will make it official he is running for president next week. and he already looks like the front-runner. but it is sarah palin that is about to go on that national bus tour. the campaign is on. mitt romney, michele bachmann, rick santorum, are all getting
ready to officially jump in the race. but it is sarah palin who is about to grab the limelight, with a national bus tour. palin's team has been secretly prepping the bus for weeks. the tour begins sunday in washington, heads off to gettysburg, the liberty bell and other historic sites on the east coast. it looks like a campaign bus. could it be the beginning of a presidential campaign? a source close to palin tells abc news, that her bus tour does not mean she's about to launch a campaign. but there's been a lot to stir palin speculation. she's been secretly working on a documentary charting her political career that's scheduled to debut next month in iowa. she's traveled to israel. hired a new foreign policy adviser and chief of staff. and real estate records show she just bought a $1.7 million home in arizona. a palin source say that's just a vacation home.
but it's also an easier place to base a presidential campaign than alaska. here's what she told fox news when she was asked if she has the fire in the belly to run for president. >> the fire in the belly, it's there. that's kind of my problem. it's such a roaring fire in my belly to preserve and restore all that's good about america that i struggle with that every, single day. >> reporter: she'd sure shake up the field. a gallop poll put her second among potential presidential candidates, trailing only mitt romney. will she run? she's done very little to prepare for an actual campaign. she still has no press secretary, no scheduler. no organizations in the early primary states. and one confidant i spoke to said he does not think that palin will run. but that palin friend said that truthfully, only sarah and todd know what she will ultimately do. >> okay. jon karl, thanks very much. let's bring in matt dowd to sort through the tea leaves.
when you put it together, matt, is she in or out? >> i think what it means is, she's not necessarily in, george. but she's not not in. which means she's leaving her options open. she has to do this stuff if she wants to come run in late summer or fall, this is exactly what she needs to be doing. and as the piece led in that said, she is a force in this race if she gets in. >> there's no question about that, matt. the biggest clue that she's not getting in is fox is keeping her on contract. they forced everybody else looking at the race to get off fox news. >> well, the unusual thing i think about sarah palin that she has an advantage over the rest of the field, she has an opportunity to get in late and still stir the field up. because she's so passionate and because she actually equates better from an emotional level than the rest of the field, with the rest of the nomination process, she can get in late and still be successful in this process. >> she could be successful in the nomination. i agree with that. she will be fighting for many of
the same voters that michele bachmann, the minnesota congresswoman will be going after as well. but the white house and top democrats look at the field, they say, okay. romney has a good shot. it will be a close race for the president. pawlenty could run a close race with the president. jon huntsman could run a close race with the president. they look at newt gingrich, sarah palin and michele bachmann has re-election insurance. do you buy that? >> i'm sure the white house is celebrating the idea that sarah palin may get in the race and stir things up to make the race that's unpredictable even more unpredictable, which is a benefit for the white house. these politics can change in a moment, in a minute. and the president's re-election is contingent on the economy. sarah palin would help him get re-elected, it's no slam dunk if the economy isn't doing well, come a year from now. >> no question about that.
the unemployment rate, the most important number for president obama. matt dowd, thank you very much. another political story heating up. former presidential candidate, john edwards, met with a woman at the center of a investigation that could lead to a felony charge for edwards. he had lunch at the estate of bunny mellon. the meeting was reported by abc news. let's get background here. bunny mellon, multimillionaire. she's important because the theory of the prosecutor's case is several hundred thousand dollars from her went to cover up the affair, which makes it very odd that john edwards was meeting with her, even though the lawyers said it was a social meeting. >> his lawyers would say, it's okay for him to see friends of his. on the other hand, there's no question it's going to lead to raised eyebrows. and remember, he has to be careful, of course. his lawyer with him. that anything he says to her, she could later be asked about. well, only days before "x," what did john edwards say to you?
how did he seem? >> the prosecutor would be worried that he's tampering with a potential witness. >> witness tampering is an aggressive term of him visiting a friend for lunch. but there's no question that the prosecutors are going to want to know why he was there. >> meanwhile, we've seen a very aggressive statement from john edwards' lawyers saying that the prosecution's case is wrong on the facts and wrong on the law. that no one has been prosecuted for anything like they're accusing john edwards of doing. >> this is not a typical case. you're talking about allegations that a campaign fund is being used for personal expense. right? this is a case where they are thinking about alleging that money was effectively earmarked. it didn't even go into the campaign fund. but literally donors were found, money was given, simply for the cover-up, that it was never even in the john edwards' campaign fund. that's what makes it different. the key is going to be what was
in john edwards mind? and did he know? >> they found no campaign funds went for this purpose. >> right. that's going to be one of the legal issues they have to resolve. how do you define what is a campaign fund? >> all right. thank you very much. here in new york, the former financial titan accused of sexual assault. dominique strauss-kahn has taken up residence in a luxurious $14 million manhattan townhouse. and dan harris has the first look. good morning, dan. >> reporter: in fact, dominique strauss-kahn and his wife got into a car and took off. we don't know where they were going. but here it is. this is the 7,000-square-foot, 50 grand a month, recently renovated and fully furnished townhouse where he is now under house arrest. he was waking up in utter luxury. but his attorneys are now saying they could discredit his accuser. hours after dominique strauss-kahn moved into his new pad, his attorneys sent a letter to the judge, saying they had
information that would gravely undermine the credibility of the complainant in this case. prosecution fired back, they were aware of no such information. adding they were troubled that the attorneys had chosen to interject that claim into the public record. meanwhile, the former global banker accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid is now padding around in one of the most expensive rentals in new york city. paid for by his wealthy wife, complete with a home theater and a bar, four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a rooftop terrace with a skylight. and some rather strange amenities. >> the doors that are the walls of the hallway are spring-loaded. if you push them the right way, they will open. it's not your average townhouse. >> reporter: is certainly a long way from the isolation cell on rikers island where strauss-kahn was being held. let me give you an example of how fancy this neighborhood is. within about 300 yards of dsk's new home, there are two spas
around the corner. right over there is the fancy sushi joint that robert de niro co-owns. you could not find a swankier place to be under house arrest. this spot has now become a magnet for the international media as well as tourists. this is a tour group from france. [ speaking french ] >> reporter: they're saying, keep him. we don't want him. according to "the new york post," as strauss-kahn was arriving at his new home the other night, one female passerby called him a pig. however, the neighbors we met, were, to use a french term, rather blaze. >> he's no danger to me or anybody around here. >> who cares if he's here? i don't care. >> reporter: we saw dominique strauss-kahn and his wife leave this townhouse. they got into an suv and took off. it's unclear where they were going. he's only allowed to leave for very selective activities, including seeing his attorneys and going to religious services. robin, back to you.
>> all right. very vocal neighbors. have a good weekend, dan. let's turn to josh elliott, for other stories. >> good morning. we begin with secretary of state hillary clinton, who is traveling to pakistan, hoping to improve u.s. relations with that country which have been tense after the raid that killed osama bin laden. the u.s. is demanding that pakistan intensify its fight toward al qaeda. to that end, perhaps, pakistan granted the cia access to bin laden's compound today. forensics teams will scour the inside of walls and floors for any evidence. thursday, meanwhile, the deadliest day for u.s. troops since bin laden's death. eight died in two explosions in kandahar province. the taliban has taken credit. in france this morning, president obama signed an extension of the u.s. patriot act. he used a device called an auto pen because the bill had to be signed before midnight washington time. in medical news, researchers say good cholesterol may not be as good as we thought.
the government has stopped a major study after realizing that giving patients the cholesterol drug niacin to raise their hdl or good cholesterol levels, did nothing to reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke. finally, it's the unofficial start of summer. so, where is the best beach in america? the annual rankings, at least of one man, are out. and number one, apparently, siesta beach, in sarasota, florida, which claims to have the whitest sand in the world. here's your top five. from honolulu to the hamp tons. abc.com has all the rankings. i will say, as a native californian, and a visitor to the great state of hawaii, no. >> come on. >> no, no. sorry. >> you don't mention miami beach. and the heat come from behind, double-digits in the second half to make it into the finals. you don't mention that? >> down 12? >> you don't mention that. >> i remember the former life of
mine. we have ourselves an nba final. >> to mend your espn card. let's get to sam, now, with the weather. sam? >> good morning. happy friday, by the way. on this holiday weekend, one of us will be spending time on pensacola beach, that i would put on the top list. we know the storms are sliding east. let's talk about how much rain will be involved. they weaken as they move east. they've been a problem all week. but 2 1/2 inches of rain, from syracuse, inland. it runs on the mountain top ridges where the heavier rain will be. but there's plenty of heat. and i think we will develop a heat wave on the east coast, as we get through the first of next week. enjoy the warm temperatures. looks like we're running that way.
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your revenge ♪ our crowd in central park is packed. all those little monsters out for lady gaga. she will be kicking off our summer concert series in just a little bit. >> she is number one on twitter. over 10 million followers. i think all of them are there in the park right now. they actually started camping out for the concert two days ago. from central park to here in times square, it is one, humongous party right now. >> and lara spencer is right in the middle of it all. lara, tell us what is going on. >> george, behind me. thousands of little monsters. and right here, there she is. the one and only gaga. doing rehearsal and sound check.
revealing nothing. you have to stay tuned to "gma." guys, get down here. >> we're going to hurry. first, a little news to get to. we're going to turn to florida, where there were more dramatic confrontations in the casey anthony murder trial. ashleigh banfield is in orlando. she's been in the courtroom from the start. she has the latest. hey, ashleigh. >> reporter: george, the witness in the case to talk about the bizarre allegations of abuse in the anthony home. but the jury did not hear it. this is all a mounting effort by the defense to explain away casey's bizarre behavior after her daughter died. and point the finger of blame at anyone but casey. more facts and evidence piling up against casey anthony. and more sad memories of her little girl, caylee. >> she liked "dora the explorer." and could count to 40 in spanish, which is incredible for her age.
she was a great little girl. >> reporter: normally stone-faced, casey started to cry. but tears were missing in the days after her daughter died. >> how did she appear? >> completely normal. >> she was happy. >> she seemed upbeat and happy. >> reporter: the defense argues, that the prosecutors have offered no cause of death. >> do you have any information for this jury to tell them how caylee died? >> i do not. >> i do not. >> reporter: her attorneys blame her silent resolve on this man. casey's father. they say she was physically and sexually battered and was spinning a web of lies. and the tension in court was thick. >> you're going off in a way to get me more upset. and i don't think that's fair. i'm just asking you to treat me with a little respect and you'll get respect back. that's all i'm asking. >> reporter: the jury was ordered out of the courtroom, as casey's ex-boyfriend testified for the first time about the abuse allegation.
>> was the secret that casey had shared with you that she had been abused by her father? >> no. >> what was the secret that she had shared with you? >> lee anthony tried to sexually abuse her. >> reporter: george anthony denies any abuse. her brother, lee anthony, hadn't testified. and another witness, ex-boyfriend, posted this picture on myspace. they said chloroform was in the back of the anthony car. >> why did you post this on myspace? >> it was a joke. i found it humorous at the time. >> reporter: humorous back then. but deadly serious right now. nancy grace of "the nancy grace show," on hln and our own dan abrams back again. nancy, there is so much to get to. but one of the key pieces of evidence yesterday, the talk about those missing gas cans.
the gas cans that were missing from george anthony's garage. that's why he was put back on the stand yesterday. >> that's right, george. very unusual to recall a witness so quickly after just having them on the stand, but i guess the state decided this is the time they wanted to introduce evidence of tot mom, casey anthony, breaking through a lock on a shed and taking her father's gas can. is that significant? not in itself. i believe what the defense is going to try to do is to link george anthony to the gas cans because of the duct tape on the gas can. they keep hammering to the jury that george anthony is the one linked to duct tape later found wrapped around caylee's nose and mouth. they are using this for a sinister reason. however, i think they lost a lot of points to the jury. jose baez got so combative and
sarcastic with george anthony, i thought they were going to come to blows. >> i wanted to ask dan about that, as well. it seemed deliberate. but was it smart? >> look, if you view george anthony as the villain, the way the defense does. the defense has claimed this is a child molester that may have disposed of the body here. so, it's not surprising, then, that the defense attorney would treat him with some degree of disdain. the problem is, you have to be careful not to get the jurors disliking the attorney. it's a fine line. i do think if you take this defense seriously, that jose baez has to be aggressive, very aggressive and maybe even disdainful in his questioning of george anthony. >> they want him to be the focus. one thing that may have helped casey anthony yesterday, as the boyfriends come forward, as the friends come forward, we actually saw a little bit of emotion from casey. >> well, you know, we did see emotion. but i felt like she was crying at all the wrong times. it was more about her and her interaction with caylee.
but with all the former lovers coming forward, one after the next after the next, i think that's hurting tot mom's case. and also, the headline is this. the defense is hanging their hat on the peg that tot mom was molested, sexually molested by her father and brother. they tried to get it in through the big secret that she told her live-in lover, tony lazzaro. when the jury left, they brought lazzaro in for a secret proffer. they said what was the big secret she told you. did she tell you she was molested by her father? he goes, no. the bottom line is, her father hit her while he was disciplining her. and she says her brother tried to inappropriately fondle her. that's it. that's the big secret. >> they're going to need more. there's no question they're going to need more than just that witness to be able to back up their claim here. >> yeah. >> i do think there's an argument to be made. in addition to the fact that the witnesses are devastating to casey anthony, as to what she was doing in the days after her
daughter died. >> party girl. >> they're also humanizing her to some degree. and i think that is helpful. particularly in a death penalty case, where if she is convicted, there will be another phase of this case. the fact that the witnesses are all talking about her as a mother and good times and a normal person, i think that is helpful to her in this defense. >> dan, we only have a few seconds left. maybe you can't answer this question. but given what jurors have seen of the opening statements by the defense, when they see these questions to the witnesses objected to, do they know exactly what the defense is trying to get in? >> they don't know exactly. but they have a sense. nancy's right that they may be disappointed when they hear the testimony of this witness who is saying, no. it's not actually a claim that george anthony sexually abused casey as a child. it's a claim that her brother touched her inappropriately and that george anthony hit her. that's not what the defense laid out in its opening statement. they're going to need more to
back up the claim. >> dan abrams and nancy grace. thanks very much. time, now, for the weather. and sam champion already out in central park. >> okay, george, robin. this is it. you guys have got to get here. and i don't care where you are in new york city. if you're not here, you're really not anywhere. let's get to the boards. we have one or two things to talk about this morning right here in central park. lady gaga, about to perform on stage. we'll show you where the storms are rolling today. and basically, there are some east coast storms. on the west coast, we've got to talk about this cold air that slams in over the next couple of days. it kind of backs in. southern california, the valleys will get in the cold air. even the deserts by the time we get into the weekyend. that's going to be theh@
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if you're traveling if you're traveling this memorial day weekend, you might want to sit down for this next story. or maybe not. this is about germs on public seats. when we heard that b.a.r.t. train commuter seats set the standard for public bacteria, we wanted to know if other public seats were just as bad. so, we sent in elisabeth leamy to do the dirty work. >> reporter: our journey begins with a single swab, on the seat of my car in washington, d.c. here goes. and ends 3,000 miles away, in san francisco. along the route, we swab every seat we come in contact with. the seats in a car, taxi, airport, airplane, the lobby. hotel room.
hotel room, movie theater. park bench. yes, toilet seat. then, b.a.r.t. itself. do you avoid sitting on the seats? >> i do. >> fabric covers are really filthy. >> seats appear to be pretty dirty. >> reporter: would the 12 seats on our journey be the dirty dozen? we sent our samples here to nyu's microbiology department. >> there were so many organisms on these seats, i would say they were never cleaned or rarely cleaned. that is something to be reckoned with. >> reporter: nearly one-third of the seats contained traces of e. coli. more than half showed indications of fecal matter. but b.a.r.t. wasn't one of them. the agency now sanitizes and swaps out things overnight. and as spokesman, linton johnson, points out, it's people that bring bacteria on the train. we've conducted this entire
interview on the train. >> touching the seat. >> you put your hand on there first. >> reporter: wait a minute. the bacteria are there. other not so bad seats, my car. also the hotel. and the toilet seat. we thought for sure we'd find bad bacteria after we were asked to leave the china town restaurant where we had lunch. we just finished eating in this restaurant and also swabbing the seats, checking for bacteria. and the health official came in and shut it down. here's the notice. vermin, yes. but no significant bacteria. now, for the doozy. the rental car. our rental car. with only 714 miles on it. but thousands of e. coli. even more e. coli on this bench in union square. there was staph on a movie theater seat. and the airport seat was bad. but the airport lounge was
worse. the worst. >> so many organisms, we call them innumerable. >> reporter: the next time somebody tells you to please have a seat, keep your hands to yourself. for "good morning america," elisabeth leamy, abc news. >> and to see the rest of our results and get tips for warding off germs, head to our website, abcnews.com. coming up, will she answer your questions? what will she wear? expect the unexpected. our lady gaga concert event is about to begin. rt event is about to begin. also get a free flight. you know that comes with a private island. really? no. it comes with a hat. you see, airline credit cards promise flights for 25,000 miles, but... [ man ] there's never any seats for 25,000 miles. frustrating, isn't it? but that won't happen with the capital one venture card. you can book any airline anytime. hey, i just said that.
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because behind me, thousands are in central park. she is magic. they have been out here, some for days, waiting. she just rehearsed. nobody knows what she will wear. how she will enter. this is frank. six shows. any guesses? >> you never know what she will come out with. it's something to delight and surprise. >> stay tuned to "gma." and now, good, clean hands, brought to you by kleenex hand towels. when it is okay to use a hand sanitizer instead of soap and water? and what should you consider when buying and using a hand sanitizer? get the clean answer now at sanitizer? get the clean answer now at abcnews.com/gma. m and find out what could be on your cloth hand towel. [ ribbits ] upgrade to kleenex hand towels for a clean, fresh towel every time.
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okay. so, if you are lady gaga, 35 million people like you. 10 million little monsters follow you. you have even number one hits. and you were just named the world's most powerful entertainer. so, if you're lady gaga, what do you do next? lady gaga, the "good morning america" concert event, live in central park, starts now. ♪ we are live, here in central park. the wait is almost over. and within who is worth the
wait. that is lady gaga. >> we have never, ever seen a crowd like this before. in central park. >> this is unbelievable. she knows she is a music icon. she is a fashion icon. what will she wear? we'll find out soon. but the stats are so amazing. 51 million singles worldwide. five grammys and more to come. >> and you guys know you made "born this way," number one as a debut, right? you know that. you bought it. and the fastest single to get to 1 million copies sold. amazing stuff. >> all we can say is paws up. >> paws up. >> yeah. that's right. in just moments, she will be here on this stage. and you know she makes a first and lasting impression. so, josh, you better get here soon. let's go back to you with the news. >> we begin with more violent weather atop the newscast this morning. at least three people have been killed in the atlanta metro
area, after heavy winds toppled trees on to cars. 65,000 people were left without power in its aftermath. sam is back in just a moment with his forecast. meanwhile, overseas, secretary of state hillary clinton visited pakistan today. relations with that country have never been more tense, as the u.s. is demanding that pakistan do more to fight al qaeda or risk losing some of its $2 billion in u.s. aid. meanwhile, sarah palin is beginning an east coast bus tour this weekend. the only candidate that outpolls her among republicans is mitt romney. and michele bachmann has decided to make her run official next month. a chemistry teacher in california heads to court today, accused of making and storing explosives in her class. days earlier, she was accused of helping students get high. our ryan owens has more.
>> reporter: that is how much explosive material police found inside a california high school. >> it kind of shocked me a little bit. >> reporter: while the bomb squad detonated the small bottle of nitroglycerin, detectives arrested the teacher. >> we recovered a jar of it. >> reporter: officers have no idea why the 34-year-old has a highly explosive compound in her school's chemistry lab. >> she didn't purchase it. she manufactured it. >> you could drop it. and it would literally explode. >> that's the scary part. the glass fragment flying through the air would have a potential to injure people. >> reporter: this is the second time the teacher has been arrested in one week. earlier, she was charged with helping three students inhale the chemical chloroform to get high. one of them said she did it to help ease the boy's stress during after-school tutoring.
>> that's not the place for either one of these substances. >> she was good teacher. >> reporter: the popular teacher's latest experiment forced the evacuation of more than 1,000 students. and left countless more people wondering, what was this chemistry teacher cooking up? for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, los angeles. >> thank you, ryan. meanwhile, the seafood you're buying at the supermarket or in your favorite restaurant may not be what you think it is. researchers using gene sequencers found as much as one-fourth of all seafood products are misidentified with cheap fish passed off as expensive types. finally, a crash course for one pilot's wife, thousands of feet in the air. he was flying them from california to colorado, when he lost consciousness. she was left to take over the controls, having never flown a plane in her life. luckily, she had some help.
16,000 feet in the air. a routine flight changes in an instant. >> one whiskey alpha. >> one whiskey alpha, i think you might be experiencing some hypoxia. >> reporter: hypoxia or lack of oxygen is causing the pilot to lose consciousness mid flight. so, his traveling companion, his wife, takes over the controls. >> hong on. i don't know how to do this. >> reporter: she has never flown a plane. denver ground controller, charlie rohrer calls for anyone who might know this type of aircraft. >> anyone familiar with an sr-22 cirrus? >> reporter: pilots nearby give directions. >> get on the panel. >> reporter: both work with the pilot's wife to divert her plane to farmington, new mexico. but first, they have to get her to a safer altitude. >> he can't breathe.
>> reporter: her plane is equipped with a parachute system like this one to get the plane on the ground. the pilot's wife has the directions to deploy the chute in her lap. thankfully, it's not necessary. her husband recovers slightly. even scolding those trying to help him. >> need to declare an -- he's totally incapacitated. >> i am not totally incapacitated. >> reporter: the controller convinces him to land. and tragedy is averted. what a happy ending for that family. and a bit of good news for air traffic controllers, who haven't had much good news as of late. it's time to head back to central park pre-gaga and our sam champion. sam? >> some of these people have been here for two days to get into this concert. we'll save a place for you, sir, if you leave the studio right now. all right. on his way. good morning, everybody. as we like to say, we make you
work the scream right now. but i think you're screaming anyway. where did you get these glasses? >> i got ebay. >> i love them. i got to figure out something to trade you for them. i love them. they're great. they're little mickey mouses. yeah, they are. oh, yeah, they are. let's get to the boards. before that, these people here for a couple of days that were standing out here ready to go. burger king came in and fed them. and fed them again this morning. pretty amazing stuff. one or two things happening we want to talk about, as you head out for your holiday weekend. there's thunderstorms on the east coast and in the middle of the country. it doesn't take a tornado to do big damage. if the skies get dark, do me a big favor and head inside until the storm passes. we want you safe and sngou
we are glad you're settled in with us on "gma," on gaga friday. lara spencer? >> sam champion. what do you say we take a stroll down memory lane of some of gaga's more memorable entrances. >> okay. >> the woman knows how to do it. how will she do it this time? we know she will not disappoint. and it is happening in just minutes. stay tuned to "good morning america." paws up, monsters. paws up. my whole body hurt. it was an ongoing, deep pain.
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[ cheers ] "forbes" magazine named her, recently, the most powerful celebrity in the entire world. and it's a perfect way to kick off our "gma" summer concert series with lady gaga. >> all of you made her new album, "born this way," the number one album in the country this week. right away. it debuted at number one. we'll hear more from that later. but right now, are you ready, for "bad romance"? [ cheers and applause ]
♪ caught in a bad romance oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ caught in a bad romance oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ caught in a bad romance ♪ rah-rah, ah-ah-ah-ah roma, roma, mamaa ♪ ♪ gaga ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ ♪ rah-rah, ah-ah-ah-ah roma, roma, mamaa ♪ ♪ gaga ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ ♪ i want your ugly i want your disease ♪ ♪ i want your everything as long as it's free ♪ ♪ i want your love love, love, love ♪ ♪ i want your love
♪ i want your drama the touch of your hand ♪ ♪ i want your leather-studded kiss in the sand ♪ ♪ i want your love love, love, love ♪ ♪ i want your love ♪ you know that i want you and you know that i need you ♪ ♪ i want it bad your bad romance ♪ ♪ i want your love and i want your revenge ♪ ♪ you and me could write a bad romance ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh-oh! i want your love and ♪ ♪ all your lovers' revenge you and me could write ♪ ♪ a bad romance ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ caught in a bad romance oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh-oh caught in a bad romance ♪
♪ rah-rah, ah-ah-ah-ah roma, roma, mamaa ♪ ♪ gaga ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ ♪ i want your horror i want your design ♪ ♪ 'cause you're a criminal as long as you're mine ♪ ♪ i want your love love, love, love ♪ ♪ i want your love ♪ i want your psycho your vertigo stick ♪ ♪ want you in my rear window baby, you're sick ♪ ♪ i want your love love, love, love ♪ ♪ i want your love love, love, love ♪ ♪ i want your love ♪ you know that i want you 'cause i'm free, baby ♪ ♪ i want your love and i want your revenge you and me could write a bad romance ♪
♪ i want your love and your lovers revenge you and me could write a bad romance ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ caught in a bad romance oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ rah-rah, ah-ah-ah-ah roma, roma, mamaa ♪ ♪ gaga ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> lady gaga, ladies and gentlemen, and you little monsters. [ cheers and applause ]
oh. >> wow. >> we'll let you catch your breath for a moment. >> hi, guys. >> you like to make an entrance, don't you? >> hello. [ cheers ] how are you? >> it's wonderful to have you here. as we said, you do know how to make an entrance. and you -- i read the "rolling stone" article, which was great. it said that you love theatrics. >> yes, i do. i live halfway between reality and theater at all times. and i was born this way. how are you guys? it's so nice to see you. >> great to see you, too, gaga. >> you were not born in that outfit. you have to tell us about it. >> oh, i'm, just -- you know, i just came, bringing everything i have with me. i love my fans so much. thank you for coming out today. >> and you talk about your fans.
i have to say, they are wonderful. they've been out here for a couple of days. so respectful. so energized. [ cheers and applause ] and it really feels like a family. >> yes, they are. well, they're my family, for sure. [ cheers ] you know, i just -- it's an absolute dream come true to be here today. and to play in central park. i'm from -- i grew up five blocks from here. and just, i'm so excited and so blessed and so happy to be here. and i just -- to be honest, just to see this many people here to listen to my music makes me feel just so proud. [ cheers ] >> and you see all the excitement and all of the passion in this crowd all around the world. what do you want all your fans to take away from "born this way"? >> "born this way" is about being yourself and loving who
you are and being proud. [ cheers and applause ] >> and as you said, you grew up not very far from here. what does it mean to you to be back here, where, you know, you grew up, and to be playing in front of a crowd like this? >> it means everything. it means absolutely everything to me. i used to come and play in these fields. >> yeah. >> you know? i used to walk down the street and look into the sky and dream that someday, i would fill the parks the way that all of the singers before me have. and i just -- it's -- [ cheers ] >> good for you. >> i hope that what you take away from my album is not just the music, which i did want to be fun. and i did want it to be about individuality. but please, also take away from
it, that there is no dream that's too big. [ cheers and applause ] >> you talk about big dreams. could you ever have imagined that you would be named the most powerful entertainer in the world? and what do you want to do with the title? [ cheers ] >> you know, i never -- i guess i never thought about that part of it. i always just thought about the music part. and i'm -- you know, an interview aired last night, actually, that i did, called "inside to outside." and i said in the interview, the instrument that i never learned how to play was my fans. they're the part of the story that nobody teaches you. the word "power" makes me very uncomfortable. i just want to do the right thing. and i want to be a voice with them, among them. >> and you have the music. [ cheers ] you have been using that voice. every -- just about every, single morning on "gma," we do
something related to bullying in this country. it's happening, rampant in schools and high schools all across the country. and you are using your power to speak out against that. >> yes. i've been actually really very pleased to see how much awareness has been raised around bullying and how deeply it affects everyone. you know, you don't have to be the loser kid in high school to be bullied. bullying and being picked on comes in so many different forms. if you're not being bullied, all i would say, because i like to talk about the other side of it, as well. be someone that nurtures. if there's someone in your class that maybe doesn't have a lot of friends, be the person that sits with them in the cafeteria sometimes. be the bigger person. >> one of the reasons so many relate to you is you're so authentic. we saw that recently in your documentary. you're so raw. and you're talking about your
insecurities. yes, she definitely is beautiful. how have you been able to become who you have, given what you've gone through? >> well, i guess i would say, when you start to conceive of the opportunity to put music out and you conceive of the opportunity that people will be watching, you better put the real you behind it. and you better put your real self behind it. because when the whole world has their eyes on you, when you say something that doesn't truly come from your spirit and your soul, or if you wear something that doesn't come from your spirit or your soul, it's an injustice to your position. so, i'm really myself every, single day. and i do it because i know my fans want me to. >> we've been having fun with this, too. "saturday night live," are you ready to go back? >> oh, not really. not really. i think it's too early. but we can. i'm sure you have tape.
is that what you're -- >> no, no, no. >> no, no, no. >> you know, what we do have, is we have so many viewer questions that came in. we want to get to some of them. >> okay, great. >> first one comes from jordan from irvine, california. wants to know, what is the most bizarre request that a fan has ever asked you to do? >> there is no request too bizarre. [ cheers and applause ] within reason. i guess. whatever that reason, you can imagine i may have. i do have some sense of reason. >> this one comes from kristen from pennsylvania. and kristen asks, if you had one day away from writing, recording and touring to do anything you wanted, without being recognized, what would you do? >> what did you say? >> go to greece. >> go to greece. well, no. that's not what i would do. although, that is a good idea. i like greece. i've been to greece. i would say, i would really like
to hang out with my fans and have it not be me. >> oh, nice. >> yeah. >> who would you be? >> i don't know. i'd just be like, you know, one of them. >> that leads to our next question, in that theme. isaac from denver, colorado. millions want to know, if you weren't famous today, what career path would you have pursued? >> well, i would still be a singer. i just wouldn't be famous. >> you have an answer for everything. >> did you ever think of doing anything else? >> no. i mean, that would be so awful, wouldn't it? if i just gave up because nobody bought my music? i mean, i just really love what i do. >> you don't do it for that. >> i don't do it for the money. >> no. and you have more than 10 million followers on twitter. that's where we've gotten a lot of these questions. this is a good one from kasey. do you have something you always travel with or keep close to you? >> yes. i actually wear my aunt joanne's birth certificate around my neck. i'm wearing it right now.
it's nestled in my very tight choker. and i wear -- my grandfather, he died about six months ago. i actually wrote "the edge of glory," the song i'm about to do, about him. and i wear his ring, every, single day. >> and your mom and dad are here today, right? >> yes, they are. but they are not within sight. >> not within sight. but tyler from pennsylvania, wants to know, when you feel like you want some good, home cooking, what's your favorite dish that your mother or father makes for you? >> i usually don't have a choice. i usually walk through the door. and they say, this is what you're eating. that's the italian way. you don't get a choice. >> perfect. well, we're going to see some more lady gaga in our next half hour. three songs from her brand-new album, coming up. ca
san francisco's public defender says he is going to release more surveillance videos about plainclothes officers. they dropped 26 more criminal cases today. public defender jeff adachi accused a handful of officers of stealing from drug suspects. even if cases are dismissed they could be be refiled pending an investigation. right now, let's see what commuters are doing. >> i think they are having an easy time this morning. you are seek where the four live camera shots, friday light. no delays at the toll plaza.
temperatures are about five to ten degrees below average like they will be the entire seven-day forecast. it will be breezy. ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ caught in a bad romance oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ rah-rah, ah-ah-ah-ah roma, roma, mamaa ♪ ♪ gaga ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ ♪ i want your horror i want your design ♪ we say "good morning america." is this a great way to start a holiday weekend or what? >> no kidding. unbelievable. in just minutes, she'll take the stage. nothing but the best for gaga. something from her new album. expect great things. >> we should point out, as well.
gaga today stretches down to times square. a larger-than-life celebration befitting a larger-than-life artist. >> many things going on, including mr. sam champion. i have a front-row seat. let's get to the boards. one or two things we want to talk about as you head out to your big holiday weekend. let's give you a fly-by and monday's forecast solo. i think we clear out on the eastern seaboard. it's mostly dry and warm. new york city and the east coast, really starts a heat wave next week. if you've been waiting for warmer temperatures, you'll get them. on the west coast, cooler air. and it wants to stay, as well. catalina,
all that weather was brought to you by lens crafters. now, the magical voice of george stephanopoulos. >> are you ready? from her number one album "born this way," here's lady gaga singing, "edge of glory." ♪ there ain't no reason you and me should be alone ♪ ♪ tonight, yeah, baby tonight, yeah, baby ♪ ♪ i got a reason that you're who should ♪ ♪ take me home tonight ♪ i need a man that thinks it's right when it's so wrong ♪ ♪ tonight, yeah, baby tonight, yeah, baby ♪ ♪ right on the limits
where we know we both belong tonight ♪ ♪ it's hard to feel the rush to push the dangerous ♪ ♪ i'm gonna run right to to the edge with you ♪ ♪ where we can both fall over in love ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory and i'm hanging on a moment 06 truth ♪ ♪ out on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ ♪ another shot before we kiss
the other side ♪ ♪ tonight, yeah, baby tonight, yeah, baby ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of something final we call life tonight ♪ ♪ all right, all right pull on your shades ♪ ♪ 'cause i'll be dancing in the flames ♪ ♪ tonight, yeah, baby tonight, yeah, baby ♪ ♪ it doesn't hurt 'cause everybody knows my name tonight ♪ ♪ all right all right ♪ ♪ it's hard to feel the rush to push the dangerous ♪ ♪ i'm going to run right to to the edge with you ♪ ♪ where we can both fall over in love ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory and i'm hanging on ♪ ♪ a moment of truth i'm on the edge ♪ ♪ of glory hanging on with moment with
you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on to glory with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ >> put your hands up top. ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ >> now, jump. come on, new york. hands up.
♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment of truth ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ the edge the edge ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ with you i'm on the edge ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ with you with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge with you ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
♪ a large party for our "gma" summer concert series is well on the way with the one and only lady gaga. now, with her new hit single, "judas," from "born this way," lady gaga. ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh ♪ judas, juda judas, juda ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas gaga ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas, juda ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas gaga ♪ ♪ when he comes to me i am ready ♪ ♪ i'll wash his feet with my hair if he needs ♪ ♪ forgive him when his tongue lies through his brain ♪ ♪ even after three times he betrays me ♪ ♪ i'll bring him down bring him down, down ♪ ♪ a king with no crown king with no crown ♪ ♪ i'm just a horny fool oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ ♪ i'm just a horny fool
oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh i'm in love with judas ♪ ♪ judas oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh ♪ ♪ i'm in love with judas judas ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas, juda ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas gaga ♪ ♪ i couldn't love a man so purely ♪ ♪ even darkness forgave his crooked way ♪ ♪ i've learned love is like a brick ♪ ♪ you can build a house or sink a dead body ♪ ♪ i'll bring him down bring him down, down ♪ ♪ a king with no crown king with no crown ♪ >> put your hands up. ♪ i'm just a horny fool
oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ ♪ i'm just a horny fool oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh i'm in love with judas ♪ ♪ judas oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh ♪ ♪ i'm in love with judas judas ♪ >> come on. show me. [ cheers ] ♪ ew ♪ in the most biblical sense i am beyond repentance ♪ ♪ fame hooker, prostitute wench, vomits her mind ♪ ♪ but in the cultural sense i just speak in future tense ♪ ♪ judas kiss me if offensed or wear a condom next time ♪
♪ i wanna love you but something's ♪ ♪ pulling me away from you jesus is my virtue ♪ ♪ judas is the demon i cling to i cling to ♪ ♪ i'm just a horny fool oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ >> hands up. ♪ i'm just a horny fool oh, baby, he's so cruel ♪ ♪ but i'm still in love with judas, baby ♪ >> jump with me. ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh i'm in love with judas ♪ ♪ judas oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh ♪ ♪ i'm in love with judas judas ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas, juda ♪ ♪ judas, juda judas gaga ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ or capital h-i-m just put your paws up ♪ ♪ 'cause you were born this way, baby ♪ >> hands up, new york. start. ♪ my momma told me when i was young ♪ ♪ we are all born superstars she rolled my hair ♪ ♪ and put my lipstick on in the glass of her boudoir ♪ ♪ there's nothin' wrong with lovin' who you are ♪ ♪ she said, 'cause he made you perfect, babe ♪ ♪ so, hold your head up, girl and you'll go far ♪ ♪ listen to me when i say ♪ ♪ i'm beautiful in my way 'cause god makes no mistakes ♪ ♪ i'm on the right track, baby i was born this way ♪
♪ don't hide yourself in regret just love yourself ♪ ♪ and you're set i'm on the right track, baby ♪ ♪ i was born this way ♪ ooh, there ain't no other way baby, i was born this way ♪ ♪ baby, i was born this way ooh, there ain't ♪ ♪ no other way baby, i was born ♪ ♪ i'm on the right track, baby i was born this way ♪ ♪ don't be a drag just be a queen ♪ ♪ don't be a drag just be a queen ♪ ♪ don't be a drag just be a queen ♪ ♪ don't be ♪ give yourself prudence and love your friends ♪ ♪ subway kid rejoice your truth ♪ ♪ in the religion of the insecure ♪ ♪ i must be myself respect my youth ♪ ♪ a different lover is not a sin ♪ ♪ believe capital h-i-m hey hey hey ♪ ♪ i love my life
i love this record and ♪ ♪ mi amore vole fe yah love needs faith ♪ ♪ i'm beautiful in my way 'cause god makes no mistakes ♪ ♪ i'm on the right track, baby i was born this way ♪ ♪ don't hide yourself in regret just love yourself ♪ ♪ and you're set i'm on the right track, baby ♪ ♪ i was born this way ♪ ooh, there ain't no other way baby, i was born this way ♪ ♪ baby, i was born this way ooh, there ain't ♪ ♪ no other way baby, i was born ♪ ♪ i'm on the right track, baby i was born this way ♪ ♪ don't be a drag just be a queen ♪ ♪ whether you're broke or evergreen ♪ ♪ you're black, white, beige chola descent ♪ ♪ you're lebanese you're orient ♪ ♪ whether life's disabilities left you outcast ♪ ♪ bullied, or teased rejoice and love ♪ ♪ yourself today 'cause, baby ♪ ♪ you were born this way
♪ thanks to all of you for such an amazing kickoff to our summer concert series. >> and our big gratitude, of course, to lady gaga. >> thank you. thank you for inspiring us. >> it's a long holiday weekend. have a safe one. make sure you're back with us, safe and sound afterwards. >> we'll see you monday. >> one, last song from lady gaga.
♪ when i was cool my parents put up a fight ♪ ♪ and i was a hot shot my mom will cut my air at night ♪ >> this is for you. ♪ stand in the corner unsure of my identity ♪ ♪ i scream mom and dad ♪ ♪ why can't i be who i want to be today ♪ ♪ i just want to be myself and i want you to love me ♪ ♪ for who i am i just want to be myself ♪ ♪ and i want you to know i am my hair ♪ ♪ i've had a enough this is my prayer ♪ ♪ that i'll die living just as free as my hair ♪
♪ i've had enough this is my prayer ♪ ♪ that i'll die living just as free as my hair ♪ ♪ i've had enough i'm not a freak ♪ ♪ i'm just here trying to play cool on the streets ♪ ♪ i've had enough enough, enough ♪ ♪ and this is my prayer i'm as free as my hair ♪ ♪ i'm as free as my hair i am my hair ♪ ♪ i am my hair >> maybe i should put another one on. [ cheers ] really, people used to make fun of me for my wigs. and i'm just telling you, without my wigs, i feel like i can only be one person. and i want to be so many. ♪ sometimes i waltz around ♪
>> police believe they argued and one of the men shot and killed torres. >> holiday weekend here. let's check in with mike and see what our weather holds. >> sprinkle and light shower possible about noon. it's hard to find but we're getting reports outside of falling it in santa rosa. we're going in the low to mid 50s around the bay shore. temperatures well cooler than average all 7 days. >> it's been a great commuted all morning. still looking pretty good. westbound 80
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