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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 October 08, 2015 07:10 GMT


SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- A lawsuit against Bill Cosby has survived an attempt to have it kicked out of court. A judge in Santa Monica, California, has rejected Cosby's request to oust the lawsuit. The Cosby request was based on a technicality in the claim by Judy Huth that Cosby molested her when she was just 15. The comedian's attorneys argued that the lawsuit included Cosby's name -- when it shouldn't have. But the judge ruled that he believed the comedian can get a fair trial despite procedural errors. Meanwhile, Cosby is to give a deposition in the lawsuit on Friday.

<<CUT ..003 (10/08/15)>> 00:10 "over those objections"


PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Temple University could soon replace Bill Cosby on their board of trustees. The Temple trustees are expected name NBC correspondent Tamron Hall to fill Cosby's seat. The vote could come next Tuesday. Board chairman Patrick O'Connor tells the Philadelphia Inquirer that Hall is a vibrant and loyal alum. Cosby resigned from the board in December, after renewed allegations that he had drugged and sexually assaulted women over decades. Cosby's never been charged with a crime.

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- He climbed a crane in Hollywood to protest the way killer whales are kept in captivity at SeaWorld. Now, "Jackass" star Steve-O will pay for that stunt with some of his own freedom. He's been sentenced to 30 days in jail for the Aug. 9 crane climb. Dozens of emergency responders showed up to the site -- and tried to figure out if the stuntman needed rescuing. As part of his no-contest plea, Steve-O must also reimburse the costs to the first-responder agencies dispatched to the stunt. Steve-O says his sentence makes sense because, as he put it, "if your goal is to make a statement about captivity, you may as well get yourself locked up!"

<<CUT ..008 (10/08/15)>> 00:11 "orcas in captivity"


NEW YORK (AP) -- Tom Hanks went online to find himself a college student. And in this case, it isn't a scandal -- but the act of a good Samaritan. The other day, the actor found a student ID in Central Park. He tweeted about the find in an attempt to track down the Fordham University student the ID belonged to. It didn't take long. TV station WCBS says it found Lauren Whitmore, who says she lost the card while jogging. She says if Hanks wants to deliver the ID card in person, she's all for it.


NEW YORK (AP) -- Spike Lee is never shy about climbing up on a soapbox -- and not just because he's kinda short. He has always been someone who speaks out about social issues -- and he says the speech he will give when he gets his honorary Oscar next month will be no different. At the same time, Lee says he'll "try to keep positive." Lee says his biggest beef with Hollywood is that there aren't enough minorities holding positions of "gatekeepers" -- people who decide which movies get made and which don't. Lee will receive what amounts to a lifetime achievement honor by the Oscars at the Governors Awards on Nov. 14.


NEW YORK (AP) -- He's known for his habit of shedding tears. But soon-to-be-former House Speaker John Boehner will be trying to get a laugh or two when he shows up on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon. He will be on tonight with Michael Fassbender, Brie Larson and musical guest CeeLo Green. Recently late-night comedy shows have featured politicians like Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, former president Bill Clinton and vice president Joe Biden.


MONTREAL (AP) -- Randy Quaid has been arrested in Canada for the second time this year -- and the actor now says he may be booted from the country. He was taken into custody Tuesday morning after a regular check-in with Canada Border Service officials in Montreal. Immigration officials say Quaid will have a hearing on the matter today -- and Quaid says the hearing will determine if he can stay in the country. Quaid is American. He and his Canadian wife fled the U.S. five years ago, saying they were victims of persecution. He faces arrest in two cases in the U.S. if he returns.


NEW YORK (AP) -- She was nominated for an Oscar at age 9. And now, Quvenzhane Wallis (kwuh-VEN'-zhuh-nay WAH'-lis) is writing a book. She's 12 now -- so don't expect a memoir. But she has a deal with Simon & Schuster for a chapter book series and a picture book. The first of the books is due out in January of 2017. Wallis will be among the youngest authors in years.