Good morning Western New York.
The rain has finally taken a break this morning. The National Weather Service is calling for a windy day with temperatures ranging from a high of 62 to a low of 43 degrees with clear skies.
Here are some of the latest local headlines:
-A new poll out this morning shows Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino now behind Democrat Andrew Cuomo 55 percent to 37 percent. Two weeks ago the Quinnipiac had the race just six points apart.
-In other Paladino news, News Reporter James Heaney takes a look at the Buffalo developer's political contributions, which total $468,787. Here are highlights of a Buffalo News analysis of his contributions.
-The Coca-Cola bottling plant in the Town of Tonawanda wants to make something clear: It is not Tonawanda Coke, the foundry coke manufacturer accused of numerous pollution violations.
-News hockey writers John Vogl, Bucky Gleason and Mike Harrington preview the Sabres’ 2010-11 season in the video below.
You can also check out the Buffalo News Sabres page for a preview of the NFL season or pick up a copy of the paper for a special preview edition of the Sabres' 40th Anniversary season.