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"Right once we get past this risk of severe weather on Wednesday. The rest of the week on into the Easter weekend. Looks pretty good. I'm NBC five chief meteorologist rate Mitchell. Tonight, clear to partly cloudy, low of sixty it will be windy tomorrow. A cloudy day, breezy mild. A high of seventy seven Southwind fifteen to thirty miles per hour. Wednesday will be dry up through about three o'clock, then we'll have a chance for some thunderstorms developing and some of the storms could be severe Wednesday evening. A high temperature of seventy nine on Wednesday. Then Thursday, the weather quiets down. It's partly cloudy is a little cooler a high of seventy but will have dry weather Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday, the wind has come down a bit. It's out of the south around twenty miles an hour humidity at forty five percent, partly cloudy and seventy four news, traffic and weather all news all day. Newsradio ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. Good Monday at seven thirty Chris summer. It's time for the CBS evening news brought to you by certified Autoplex home of the lifetime powertrain warranty. Good evening, I'm Jeff Lor. And we're going to be in Paris where one of the world's most historic landmarks is burning a devastating fire has swept through Notre Dom the cathedral visited by thirteen million people year took almost two centuries to build starting in eleven sixty three today. Flames brought it down much of it down in hours, including two thirds of the roof the entire island Notre Dame sits on has been evacuated. At least one firefighter suffered serious injuries after flames toppled the steeple. French president accroding said part of us is burning. He vows to rebuild. We have two reports this evening beginning with Roxana Saberi in Paris. Sirens and shock swept through the heart to the French capital. Smoke billowing from Notre Dame cathedral could be seen across the city as the great spire of one of the world's most recognizable. Landmarks went up in flames. The blaze spread up the steeple seemingly untouched by the fire hoses working below four hundred firefighters battled flames more than two hundred feet above ground. But no water."