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Your DayStarter: Today's weather (still way too warm), a possible shortcut to commuter rail, 'Spectre' and a Bucs scouting report

Transportation planners will gather this morning to discuss using CSX commercial train tracks for commuter rail. [Photo | Times archives]

Transportation planners will gather this morning to discuss using CSX commercial train tracks for commuter rail. [Photo | Times archives]

More warm, sunny weather on tap for today, with highs topping 90, before a weekend front brings rain and a possible "cool" spell, according to WTSP 10Weather.

Tampa Bay regional transportation planners will further discuss the potential of buying commercial railroad tracks from CSX to convert them into commuter rail lines. The meeting is scheduled from 9–11:30 a.m. Read our past coverage, and follow Caitlin Johnston on Twitter (@cljohnst) for the latest developments.

Here are the top things to do today:

• The new James Bond film Spectre opens today and here's movie critic Steve Persall's (00)7 qualities that keep the franchise running, from the great villains, to the gadgets to the bon mots, or you can read read his review.

Thomas Bassinger looks at how the Bucs and Giants match up, providing his Scouting Report on Sunday's game by lunchtime at tampabay.com/bucs.

Your DayStarter: Today's weather (still way too warm), a possible shortcut to commuter rail, 'Spectre' and a Bucs scouting report 11/06/15 [Last modified: Friday, November 6, 2015 7:11am]
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