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RAIN MOVES IN... ALL EYES ON ANDREA

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 May 27, 2015 07:15 GMT

LIAM NEESON / PIERCE BRONSAN - AD-MEN

NEW YORK (AP) -- So, who's the best "pitcher" out there these days? A baseball fan might say it's Matt Harvey or Max Scherzer. But for ad execs, the best pitcher -- is actor Liam Neeson. The Nielsen company has taken a look at celebrities who did commercials during the first three months of the year -- and using some fancy calculations, determined who had the biggest affect on consumers. And by that measure, Neeson wins. Pierce Bronsan had the same score Neeson did, but Neeson is seen as having more clout in getting products sold. Other celebs who scored high included Matthew McConaughey, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Garner, Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Jim Parsons, Dennis Haysbert and J.K. Simmons.

SAM SHEPARD - ARREST

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- Actor Sam Shepard is facing a DUI case in New Mexico. He was arrested Memorial Day on suspicion of drunken driving. Santa Fe police say they were called after security at a restaurant complained about a driver trying to leave the parking lot -- but couldn't because his pickup truck's emergency brake was engaged. Police say an officer smelled alcohol on Shepard's breath and the actor said he had some tequila. He declined to take a breath test but did take -- and fail -- a field sobriety test.

KELLY RUTHERFORD - CUSTODY CASE

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge in Los Angeles has stepped into a custody dispute involving actress Kelly Rutherford and her ex-husband. The judge has ordered Rutherford's ex to return their two kids to the actress. Rutherford went to court because her ex had sought to change the citizenship of the children, an 8-year-old boy and 6-year-old girl. The judge has ordered the ex to bring the children from to the U.S. from Monaco, pending a court hearing next month. Rutherford was in "Gossip Girl" and "Melrose Place."

BOB BARKER - RETIREMENT

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- You know how some people retire -- then go on blathering about their old job as though they missed it so much? Bob Barker isn't one of those people. He says he considers himself "a complete success at retirement" -- in that he has "never regretted it." He says the key to doing that is knowing when to leave -- not too soon and not too late. Barker says the one thing he misses about hosting "The Price Is Right" is the money. As far his time now, he says he uses it doing more of what he used to while he had a job: working on behalf of animals.

Bob Barker says there's a question he's often asked now that he's retired.

<<CUT ..003 (05/27/15)>> 00:06 "enjoying it thoroughly"

Bob Barker

Bob Barker says unlike some contestants who rue their choice on pricing games, he has no regrets about leaving the show.

KATHRYN HAHN - "TOMORROWLAND"

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- It happens when you're an actor in a movie bankrolled by Disney and called "Tomorrowland" -- people want to know about your experiences at Disney parks. Kathryn Hahn says she remembers her first time was when took her young son. She says it was a hot day there was a long line for the Peter Pan ride. By time she boarded, it wasn't just Hahn's forehead that was damp. She says she cried when she got on because the ride was "the most beautiful thing." She says hearing songs like "When You Wish Upon A Star" make her feel like a kid again.

Kathryn Hahn says there was no blood, but plenty of sweat and tears as during her first foray into a Disney theme park.

<<CUT ..006 (05/27/15)>> 00:14 "a kid again"

Kathryn Hahn

Kathryn Hahn says she's really into the more classic Disney theme park rides and music.

JOHN WAYNE DAY

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas' second-in-command is a big John Wayne fan. And never was that more obvious than yesterday -- when Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick declared a "day" for the iconic movie cowboy. While presiding over the state Senate, Patrick -- a collector of movie memorabilia -- wore a brown plaid coat Wayne sported in a 1945 film. Yesterday would have been Wayne's 108th birthday.