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And joining us from AccuWeather world headquarters meteorologist dean devore dean, good morning. Good morning. How're is everybody down there doing well? And we'll talk Penn State in the second. I think we might talk about that. Let's start with the weather situation to move. We could flag the weather map for too many players on the field. We've got Gordon spinning right now and north western part of Mississippi gun about to head into the eastern part of Arkansas in the center of that circulation. What we're calling tropical rainstorm, Gordon will come up into the Missouri area. And then some of that rain, flooding rain from zuri and then up into the mid the Ohio valley and then over to our neck of the woods probably as early as Saturday night. And that's something. We'll talk about here when we talk about the game in a second. And then the other concern is now Florence a major hurricane. First major hurricane of the Atlantic basin season category. Four it looks like that track heading towards Bermuda as we head towards the weekend. And and then pass that we either hope that a little trough picks it up and kicks it out if not that doesn't happen Sunday or so then it may be making a beeline towards the eastern seaboard talking with the Bernie rano and Dan Lansky in you know, I'd be concerned if I was anywhere from the Carolinas up to Cape Cod in terms of what Florence could do next week. But that's certainly something. We'll keep an eye on here on the next turn out to see what you said too many players under field here. There's a lot to keep track of so back to Saturday. I honestly kickoff Pitt Penn State an Heinz field right after eight o'clock and tracking this flow from Gordon. Yes. So what what happens? Here's a front kind of sags through here. It's going to finally take away some of this late.