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FIRST ALERT: Fall-like day for week 3 of Heartland Football Friday. You might even need a light jacket by game time

(Source: KFVS) (Source: KFVS)

It is Friday, Sept. 2, 2016.

First Alert Weather Outlook:

Another beautiful day ahead in the Heartland! It will be noticeably cooler as you leave for work and school this morning with temps right around 60-degrees. This afternoon will be mostly sunny with highs around 80, and a nice breeze. It will be a perfect night for football, you probably want to bring a sweatshirt or light jacket if you’re headed to a game. Your Labor Day weekend looks pleasant as well: mostly sunny and dry. FIRST ALERT: from now until Monday we’ll heat up a little each day until we’re back near 90-degrees.

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Making headlines:

Packing a punch: Hurricane Hermine became a tropical storm Friday morning after making landfall in Florida, becoming the first hurricane to hit the Sunshine State in more than a decade. Hermine came ashore southeast of Tallahassee, FL, at 1:40 a.m. ET on Friday with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph. 

Search continues: The search continues this morning in Graves County for a woman and her six-month-old baby. Investigators say 30-year-old Elizabeth Story disappeared with the baby, and the child could be in danger.

Recall AlertSamsung is suspending sales of its Galaxy Note 7 globally after finding batteries of some of the gadgets exploded while they were charging. Some buyers reported their phones caught fire or exploded, sharing the photos of scorched phones on social media. 

Closed for holiday: If your Labor Day weekend plans included heading to the beaches at Lake Wappapello, you will want to make some changes. The lake will be open to boaters but all three of the Army Corps of Engineer beaches are closed.

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