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"WCBS. And now the forecast with meteorologist Brett Anderson worn this afternoon with a mixture of clouds and sunshine, a high reaching eighty one degrees. It will turn out mostly clear tonight, still fairly mild, low sixty six tomorrow, sunshine, just a few clouds, a high reaching seventy eight and then the clouds will start to thicken up on Monday. It will be more, humid. We may see a brief shower some of that moisture from Florence starts to work its way northward a high up to seventy six right now seventy five a few lingering clouds, otherwise, we're seeing some sunshine. It's seventy three in garden city, seventy seven in Bridgewater and seventy three in new Hyde Park. Six forty at WCBS AMAN tried to walk across the FDR was killed by SUV. Police say fifty year old Hayward villas from was driving on the FDR this morning side swiped a Jeep near the ninety sixth street exit got out to check the damage the driver of the other car pulled over his while they were both on the shoulder. Well, that's when police say tried to run across the median he was head and pronounced dead at the hospital. So far police have made no arrests Americans are enjoying reading but not as much as they used to. Instead, they're going out to enjoy the arts more. Stephan Kaufman explains. A new government study finds that Americans aren't reading as much fiction while reading poetry is on the rise in adults are renewing their interest and museums arts festivals and the performing arts soon, Neil, I n gar with the National Endowment for the arts says he knows why we of course, started a period of economic resurgence in many places with that comes more, discretionary income discretionary time people want to go and enjoy events the arts, obviously Beck into them. Credit for renewed interest. In poetry in part goes to poets found on Instagram. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news at six forty one. Atas to your flash briefing or ask your smart speaker to play WCBS eight eighty at six forty two.."