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    A thunderstorm in the area 89°Lo 79°
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    Partly sunny with a t-storm 91°Lo 78°
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    An afternoon t-storm or two 92°Lo 79°
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Temperature History - Jul 3

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  Today Normal Record 7/3/2015
High 91° 90° N/A 88°
Low 78° 76° N/A 73°

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Rises at 6:39 AM with 13:52 of sunlight, then sets at 8:31 PM

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Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 5:55 AM with 13:53 of moolight, then sets at 7:48 PM

FOX 13 Tampa Headlines

Pasco deputies urge boaters to be prepared for the holiday weekend

One of the busiest boating weekends is underway.

Thousands of people are expected to hit the water this July 4th weekend.

July 4th, Memorial Day and Labor Day typically account for more than one third of all boating accidents and fatalities. That's why law enforcement officers are offering some safety tips.

-Always wear a life jacket.

-Make sure your boat is properly equipped.

-Be prepared for emergencies. Accidents happen quickly, often with little or no warning.

-Keep a lookout for other boats, the weather, or anything unusual.

-Don't drink and drive. Intoxicated boaters can face penalties of up to one year in prison and $100,000 in fines.

The latest findings show in 2014 Florida lead the nation in the number of boating accidents with 581. Sadly, that same year 62 people lost their lives on the water.

Perhaps the best way to prevent boating fatalities, according to police, is wearing a life jacket since 78% of victims in crashes drowned.

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