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Today will feature some scattered showers as a cold front moves in from the west... no this will not be rain from Tropical Storm Andrea, that moisture won't arrive until tomorrow.

Our rainfall deficit for the year is over 3 1/2"... but we are set up for a real soaker at times tomorrow.  Some localized areas could see more than 3" of rain from Andrea and by Friday evening we will have to monitor the water levels on some the smaller area creeks and streams.

A few showers could still linger for the first half of Saturday before we start to dry things out.

A better day on Sunday with partly sunny skies and a high near 80.

- Steve Knight
Twitter:  @KnightCBS21

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Last Update on June 01, 2015 07:10 GMT


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- There will soon be one more Kardashian to keep up with. Kim Kardashian says she is expecting a second child with hubby Kanye West. Kim announced the news in a clip that aired after last night's episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." The couple has a daughter, North West, who was born in June of 2013.


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Dwayne Johnson is shaking up the box office with his latest movie. His new movie "San Andreas" netted him his biggest debut as the headliner of a movie that wasn't a sequel. The movie took $53.2 million dollars in its first weekend. The movie even did well on the West Coast, despite fears that audiences in earthquake-prone areas might balk at seeing the film. Number two is "Pitch Perfect 2" -- and last week's top movie "Tomorrowland" has been bumped down to third.

Sound of Paul Giamatti in a scene from "San Andreas," the number-one movie at the box office.


PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (AP) -- It was bad. But it could have been worse for Dustin Diamond. The actor who starred in "Saved By The Bell" was convicted by a Wisconsin jury Friday of two misdemeanors he faced after a barroom fight. He was found guilty on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct. But Diamond was acquitted of the most serious charge: recklessly endangering public safety, a felony. The weapons misdemeanor carries a maximum sentence of nine months in prison. The disorderly conduct charge carries a max of 90 days in prison.


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- She had a long career in movies, TV and on Broadway. But to most people, Betsy Palmer is best remembered as the actress who played the killer cook in the horror film "Friday the 13th." Palmer's manager says she died Friday of natural causes. She had been treated at a hospice care center in Connecticut. Palmer was 88.


NEW YORK (AP) -- Over the years, Judy Blume has written books that have helped young people get through childhood. But she says he has regrets about her own upbringing. She says she attended a high school that had a glee club in New Jersey that barred blacks. Blume says she writes about the glee club in her new book -- but didn't mention the racial angle. Blume says she "felt guilty for all these years" about the club's exclusivity and says apologized to classmates at a 40th anniversary reunion. Blume spoke about her school years in an interview at BookCon, a fan-based gathering in New York.

Judy Blume's first novel for adults in 17 years comes out this week, and the author was greeting fans at BookCon in New York City. AP correspondent Julie Walker reports.

<<CUT ..010 (06/01/15)>> 00:15 "about writing it"

Judy Blume, author

Author Judy Blume says there was not a lot of creative-writing going on when she was a child, so it was not something that she thought about doing at a young age. ((note audio quality))

<<CUT ..011 (06/01/15)>> 00:09 "years old maybe"

Marie Meltzer, 16-year-old Judy Blume fan

16-year-old Marie Meltzer says she waited on line for three hours to ask Judy Blume to autograph her new book.

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Allison Hufford, 16-year-old Judy Blume fan

Judy Blume fan Allison Hufford says she's looking forward to reading the new book, especially after getting a chance to hear the author speak.