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two women were seriously hurt in the crash. also this morning the hunt is still on for the the shoot shore ambush two state troopers, corporal brian dixon is kill, another trooper wounded outside of the state police barracks in northeastern, pennsylvania. and hundreds of people are sitting out for another day of walking, it is final day for susan komen three day for a cure. today is sunday september 14th, good morning everyone i'm todd quinones. here's meteorologist carol erickson with eyewitness weather. car will ol, we are off to a great start. >> we are. when we came in, of course, it was dark. you might not have noticed how great the day will look but if you looked up last night ape started to see those skies clear and this morning we are reeping benefit. the lets head outside and find a gorgeous looking day. center city philadelphia. it is cool out there. we have 55 degrees, then you move out to the reading area and we have temperatures of 53 degrees but just as bright and beautiful there. we have storm scan three not
showing us any problems whatsoever. at mosul's see a cloud or two but rain is gone. we saw quite a bit of rain yesterday. we ended up, with just generally a quarter to maybe almost as much as a half inch of rain in some spots. the not quite as much as a half an inch but close to it. our temperatures right now are cool, and the wind is out of the north and that makes air mass dry. any puddles we will see will be drying up and sunshine will help evaporate that. 47 degrees right now. that is up in the poconos in philadelphia, 56 degrees. in atlantic city 54 degrees. a bit more breezy, wind from eight, nine, 10 miles an hour from north to south. fifty-six in philadelphia a presently. fifty-two in trenton. fifty-four in wilmington. everybody is out of the 40's with the exception of the poconos. we did have have a couple of those temperatures in the 40's this morning and we will find out that same thing tomorrow. what is in the 40's, mostly the dew points. it is a very dry air mass, feels wonderful out there. temperatures by noon
64 degrees, that is it. by 3:00 p.m. 72 degrees, sunshine just a great looking day. how long will the forecast, stay looking like that? longer then you might think. i'll show you answers on the eyewitness weather seven day forecast, todd? carol, thank you. new this morning the hunt is on for a hit and run driver who caused this accident on philadelphia's waterfront. authorities tell us two cars collided at delaware avenue and somer street after 2:00 a.m. two women in their 20's were taken to the hospital. both have of them are in serious but stable condition. the driver of the the striking vehicle fled the scene on foot. and also new this morning an accident shuts down part of the i-95 southbound, blocking the ramp to enter the walt whitman bridge. a car crashed and rolled over on the highway just after four, two people were rush to the hospital, no word on their condition. a pennsylvania state trooper was also involved in the crash overnight, his
patrol cruiser was struck by a car on the schuylkill expressway, right here near montgomery avenue at around 2:30 in the morning, both drivers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the driver of the other car, is facing charges for driving under the influence. ambush outside a state police barracks in northeastern pennsylvania leaves one trooper dead and another critically wounded. corporal brian dixon and trooper alex douglass were both shot just before 11:00 friday night at blooming grove police barracks in pike county. douglass is in stable but critical condition, corporal dixon died at the scene. a $20,000 reward is being offered right now for any information, leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect in this case. and developing right now officials are working to confirm the authenticity of a just released video that appears to show the the execution of another hostage biasis militant. cbs news correspondent daniel
nottingham tells us more about the victim british aid worker david haines. >> reporter: video released on social media saturday shows david haines, a 44 year-old aid worker from scotland on his knees with the masked man hovering over him with the knife. haines was kidnaped through northern syria last year as he delivered humanitarian aid. new video looks very much like the previous video showing the execution of two american journalist, james foley and steven sotoloff who were beheaded. in the video it appears that haines is following a script, he denounces british prime minister david cameron holding him responsible for his execution and following a trend of british prime ministers who can't find courage to say no to the americans. the same mask man with the british accent appears in all three videos and like the other two he threatens to kill yet another hostage sometime in the future. cameron called the execution
despicable and appalling. he tweeted and released a statement saying that the murder of david haines is a act of pure evil and that his heart goes out to haines family, who have have shown extraordinary courage and fortitude. cameron added we will do everything in our power to hunt down these murders, and ensure that they face justice, however long it takes. haines family has asked for privacy. >> danielle nottingham for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a student at all bright college in reading, berks county is killed in the house fire, just off of campus. nineteen year-old sophomore matt rain was from south river, new jersey and held a school record in swimming. or students in the house at the the time of the fire reportedly jumped to safety. two required medical attention. fire was contain to the basement and there were working smoke detectors. it is unclear how that fire started. search is on for a hit and run driver involved in the deadly crash in tioga. philadelphia police say a car
hit a 60 year-old man crossing the street right at 25th and allegheny and just kept on going. this happened around midnight, victim was then hit by a second car that pulled over. police later found the the striking vehicle abandoned on the 3100 block of bainbury street. the three day susan komen walk comes to an end today. this is the tenth year for the walk that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for breast cancer research. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry has the the story as walkers are already on their way. >> reporter: walkers are getting ready to start their last day of the susan komen three day event, folks are still rolling out of here. they will tackle the last 20 miles for today, totaling 60 miles. that is right, folks on friday it is 20 miles, on saturday they did 20 miles and today they will do another 20 miles and you can tell they are not even tired. you think about that, 60 miles for three days and they are all doing that in hopes of finding a cure for breast
cancer. with me is three ladies from the maryland, d.c. area. is what your name. >> yolanda, tiffany. >> how have you been surviving this you have done 40 miles, you have to do another 20 today. >> we a few aches and pains but we're pushing it through. >> reporter: turf say i love the outfit. can we show the the hand? i love it. you guys are being treated like celebrities here. so many people are trying to take your picture. this is your first time in philly. how has that within. >> really good. people are really nice. the it feels really good. >> reporter: turf ask you are a survivor yourself. what does it feel like when you come here and do this event, because you did it twice in d.c. before. >> well, just being a survivor it makes me and remind me what i'm doing here and how tough things can be at times and do the not get too down and you pick yourself up, people are supporting you so you just
keep going and pushing through. >> reporter: i know you are doing this for your cousin and also your aunt. how does it feel to be part of a moving emotional event. >> it is great because i love the fact that we are a big family and we are support ago this family members in the great way, to end breast cancer. >> i say a it effects anyone. it is not just our family but it goes elsewhere. it is a good opportunity to be part of something. >> thank you so much, ladies, enjoy your last daze here in philadelphia get a cheese stake. i tell everybody that from out of town. this event is the last day. the last year they raised 3.2 million-dollar. organizers are hoping to pass that goal and raise more monday think year. at the convention center, syma chowdhry for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". dozens of temple students are all complaining about the same thing, itchy irritating bumps on their legs. what is causing this
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exclusive information about a mystery skin rash that is spread ago monk students at temple university. health reporter stephanie stahl has more on the condition that sent dozens to seek medical treatment. >> instead of comparing notes, those temple university students are comparing skin rashes, on the back side of their legs. >> it is all the way down my leg. >> it is gross. >> i had a rash that looked
like bug by the. the months keith the owe by the. i didn't know what it was two weeks ago. >> reporter: rashes are fading new but they took picture of what they first looked like, red raised blotches irritating and itchy. >> over the last year we have seen approximately 100 to 120 students who have presented with a very similar type of rash to the back of their legs. it is a contact dermatitis. >> reporter: mark dennie, director of student health at temple, said they have in the been able to identify what is causing the rashes but have been able to determine they are not bug by the. some suspect it could be from sitting on the benches at cecil b more subway station. >> we did a visual inspection of the benches. we at no time saw any infestation. we don't know what happened or what the causes but you why take chances, why not go ahead and address it. we went ahead and power washed it, we did a treatment and then sealed it. >> they are barricaded off, the benches down in the the station. >> reporter: students with rashes have been told to wear
pants for now. >> i wish i knew what the answer was as to why i have these bumps all over myself. >> reporter: temple university tells us most students have been successfully treated with a topical cream. reactions are minor with no lasting repercussions. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". two new york letters were rescued in the water off of miami florida avenue they drift todd far from their boat. person on shore noticed one of them in distress and called police president the rescue boats found them and pulled them on board and they were not injured. a home owner in scottsdale, arizona gets the shock of his life when this coyote darts inside his home. after he he called 911 he found the die yet a sleep in his fireplace. greg new reports. >> come here. >> reporter: 7:00 a.m. thursday morning jonathan and his dog are heading to work when he realized he has a home intruder. >> my firearm and i am trained with the weapon.
so, i, you know, i pulled it out just in casey did need to use it. >> reporter: he called 911 to report the threat. >> making sure it wasn't an attack. >> reporter: but that threat this 25-pound baby coyote was already fast asleep. >> once it had settled down, it settled down in the fireplace. >> unfortunately this little guy is acting like too much like a pet. >> reporter: jonathan was not taking any chances. >> i'm armed. >> reporter: with the help of his neighbor scott. >> could not get it to go out. the the unwanted house guest was not going anywhere. >> so he was calm. didn't move. we tossed something at it. it didn't move. we tossed him and hit it, it didn't move. >> it is not taking a nap, it is in rem sleep, it is in full on, 100 percent i'm just going to bed and, you know, i had a long night out, leave me alone.
>> reporter: police arrived armed with a broom. >> hello, hello. >> reporter: still out cold. >> we're doing a fireplace rescue. >> reporter: until animal rescue gets there and was able to remove the the the little guy that was greg reporting. animal tested negative for rabies and released in a less populated area. we are off to a cool start this morning, carol but you we will stay nice and dry today, right. >> yes, we are. we've got a great looking day. it is complete liz different looking then it was yesterday with the clouds and the rain. today it is the sunshine and just perfect weather conditions. people are outside on the boardwalk in ocean city because it is still summertime and it is going to look like summer. maybe not feeling exactly like summer because it won't be hot anyplace. temperatures will be mild though every where. 54 degrees in reading. roads are dry. sky is bright. weather is, superb. we love this. storm scan three, three hours, no problems.
now, we have had our problems yesterday afternoon and in some cases we saw some light sprinkles in the morning but it really got heavy in the afternoon yesterday, that system is gone. we are left with great looking weather coming up. 56 degrees in philadelphia right now. in the 50's, also in trenton at 52. fifty-four in wilmington. we have 57 in wildwood. 10 degrees cooler in the north. 47 degrees in the poconos that the point. future weather any problems? do you see any? i don't see any. this is 4:00 in the afternoon. in rain has come by. we saw enough yesterday. monday, nothing, no problem, let's pick this up monday afternoon again. ah, what is this. this is our one shot of rain this week. if you love rain this is when we will see it. it looks like a quiet week coming up. this puts it in overnight time period early on tuesday. rain comes through by 7:00, sit gone? notice sharp line of clearing. obviously as we have learned
too many times through hard experience sometimes this isn't right but sometimes we have a better chance this week because it is generally a quiet weather pattern coming up for us. we can expect this in the morning on tuesday. we will get rain showers. then they will move out of here. we're left with sunshine by the time we hit tuesday at noon and then in the afternoon. so not a bad time, at all, and then the week, i think you'll love. get out your cameras, take a picture of the seven day forecast coming up because it is a great one. seventy-three in philadelphia at the shore. 68 degrees. poconos 65 degrees. it is sunny, nice, beautiful in every single location. if you are heading to the beaches today just remember a moderate risk of rip currents. just watch for. that temperature of 58 degrees. water temperature is even warmer then that. seventy-three, our temperature, the most, we will get this afternoon, with the the sunshine, and tonight, we will drop down, it is cool, 52 degrees. we've got a very cool night coming up for us and as we take a look the a the eyewitness weather seven day forecast have we've got temperatures in the 70's the
entire week, that one shot, of rain, the way it looks right now is that early on tuesday, otherwise, it is sunshine, loving this weather. you know, meteorology uses math for forecasting so that subject is very important to a lot of other subjects. with you when it comes to math in schools sometimes it just doesn't add up. survey show that american students ranked 30th out of 65 countries when it comes to math and there is research we can do better by changing the traditional way we teach and talk math but not everybody agrees. math? eye blurring, numbers, counting, all swimming aren't like a school of fish in your head. >> ♪ >> reporter: every where worldwide, little kids learning easy math, early to get a jump on the harder stuff later. these second graders at philadelphia's mathematics civics and sciences charter school is no exception being taught math as an american
tried and true method. each number becomes a stick or sticky finger. >> sometimes i will use my finger. >> reporter: is there a better way for american children to learn math say the way they do tonight china and korea top countries on math test. their research shows of all of the numbers, ten rules. make a ten before doing anything else to a math problem and you catch on faster and better, this teacher difficulties agree. >> when we do our tens and count by patterns sometimes students get more confusing counting by ten. >> reporter: veronica joyner saw some of the research that partially blames the english language, for americans lower math scores. and, this teacher saying 23 we do in our country how about 2103 like they do in the top foreign countries to emphasize place value but changing our ways now doesn't add up, to veteran teacher mrs. joyner. >> it would be confusing because students here who have learned it one way and then they are using another way.
>> reporter: future? we're counting on you. >> ten, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60. >> and they said in the survey one of the things that is confusing is the english, that 17, you start with the seven when really you should say 107 a as they would in for ebb languages and they understand place value better because of that. so there you go. >> interesting to see all these new studies coming out and whether or not schools will implement what we're seeing here. >> right, yes it would take a whole change in the teaching and the teachers and the students and even the parents because they are helping so much with the homework. >> yes. >> thank you very much. time to check the roads. lets go to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center, good morning, ann. >> good news, that accident on i-95 southbound from the walt whitman bridge is cleared. the off ramp to i-95 southbound to the top left of your screen is now opened, and there is no delays.
we're moving traffic cam here to two days unfortunately, blue route southbound between schuylkill conshohocken exit and exit number 13 saint david, road construction, right lane is closed as you can see, very, very slow traffic. in fact it is jammed now from the schuylkill conshohocken, to saint david and we will be like this all morning long. we will move traffic cam again to the schuylkill at spring garden. schuylkill is moving fine here, heavy volume or more volume then usual scene but it is a beautiful day, folks are out, looking to the lefties martin luther king drive and that is closed to the ben franklin parkway and falls bridge for recreational activities. the great day to bike, walk, run, jog, that is what folks are doing. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans now todd, back to you. ann, thank
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my humanitarians head, this is my job. >> jessica chas tane living her dream plus the the art of cats and dogs is this sunday morning right here on cbs-3 at 9:00 a.m. coming up in the next half an hour on "eyewitness news" we are hearing the the first frightening emergency calls from an attack outside a state police barracks that left one trooper dead and another injured. also ahead cutting edge way to pays your bills, no more checks, no more logging on on to web sites, three on your side consumer specialist jim donovan shows you how easy it can be. blue skies to start your sunday carol tell us what we can expect the rest of the day, coming
today, it is sunday september 14th, good morning, i'm todd quinones. here's meteorologist car will ol erickson with eyewitness weather. carol, we are off to a cool start this morning. >> we are. temperatures in the 50's this morning. they have been cooler then that. we've got a great afternoon, unlike, yesterday a afternoon. that is not even thinking about that. let's think about the sunshine that we have got for us coming up. it looks beautiful looking at center city. just a couple have of clouds no problems whatsoever. lots of sunshine. we will find a beautiful day in ocean city. look at all of the people outside on the boardwalk right now. they are running, biking, having a fabulous time, head down to rehoboth beach, where it is in the dark. the sunnies up. look at how pretty this looks as people come outside on the boardwalk there as well. we have got a little bit of the breeze there with 21 miles an hour winds. storm scan three in problems whatsoever. loop over last three hours,
with nothing going on. 56 degrees our temperature at the airport in philadelphia. fifty-four in wilmington. we have 52 in trenton. fifty-three in allentown. 57 degrees down in wild wye. and if you move to the north willow grove 51. fifty-four in mount holy. the coolest spot is doylestown, 49, but that is where that bike race was. thompson bucks county classic. i was out there yesterday. great event. a lot of fun. more bike races. more arts festivals out there. lots of fun things to do. dew points are in the 40's for the most part and that means the the air masses dry and comfortable. this is a great day, 72, 73 degrees today is our high, lovely. lets keep this going. can we, shall we? we will check it out with the seven day forecast coming up, todd? >> carol, thank you. more on the deadly ambush outside a northeastern pennsylvania state police barracks that left a trooper dead. we're hearing frantic 911
radio calls from the scene. >> emergency traffic, go ahead. >> unaudible. corporal byron dixon was killed and another trooper wounded. authorities say they have questioned a person of interest but stressed they do not have a suspect in custody. shooting happened in their remote town of blooming grove pike county 140 miles north of philadelphia, "eyewitness news" reporter matt rivers has more on the investigation. >> reporter: state police commissioner frank noonan describe the crime in no uncertain terms. >> this attack was an am bush, our troopers were leaving the barracks and were shot, without warning. and had no chance to defend themselves. >> reporter: brian dixon and alex douglass were both struck before 11:00 at blooming grove police barracks in pike
county. douglass was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. corporal dixon was found dead. >> it has touched us to the core that something could happen. >> reporter: search immediately began for suspect in the case. officials say they believe the shooter has left the rural area where shooting happened and search parameters have been expanded. person of interest has been questioned in the case but is not considered a suspect. in the meantime a word of caution for the public. >> we have a very dangerous, armed criminal, that is already killed one pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another and that is not in custody. >> reporter: corporal dixon graduated from the police academy in 2007 and transfer from the blooming grove barracks from the posting in philadelphia. governor corbett spoke about him late saturday afternoon. >> corporal brian dixon leaves behind two young boys and a wife and i cannot imagine the heartache that they aringing through. >> reporter: matt rivers for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and yesterday governor corbett ordered flags to fly
at half staff at the capitol and government build initial pike county. a $20,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect in this case. of course, keep it right here on "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage, get latest anytime right at cbs philly to the come. happening today a dedication ceremony honoring fallen plymouth township police officer brad fox. road signs unveiled designating parts of the state route 263, the officer bradley fox memorial highway. officer fox was ambushed and killed in the line of duty two years ago yesterday. today would have been his 37th birth day. developing right now new you video released this video by the terror group isis reports to show a beheading on the british aid worker. officials are working to confirm the authenticity of the video posted on line. the alleged victim is david
haines and video is similar to two others released in recent weeks showing the executions have of american journalist james foley, and steven sotoloff. this latest video also includes footage of another british captive, alan henning. cbs face the the nation will be coming your way later on this morning right at 10:30 on cbs-3. joining us live with the the preview in washington is moderator and cbs news chief washington correspondent, bob schieffer, bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, todd. well, the news as you just said is not very good. i don't think there is much doubt new you that this is, inn teed, this british aid worker. what is remarkable about all of this is just as it was with these two american reporters that were killed this latest victim officeis is not a even my combatant, not a solder they were fighting, this was an aid worker and it raises an
underlying question of just who these people are. who kills innocent people to impress their enemies. this is what we're going to be talking about. we're going after this store friday all angles this morning. we will talk to the white house chief of staff, dennis mcdonough a. we will hear what david cameron had to say to the british people this morning. we will talk to secretary of state john kerry and also the chairman of the house home land security committee texas congressman michael mccall. in part two of the broadcast this morning, we're going to talk to film maker ken burns, about his latest project, the the pbs seer that is starts tonight the roosevelts: an interest math history. i have to tell you i think thinks ken burns best work yet. dorris goodwin the historian who has a major role in this documentary will also be with us to talk about it. >> bob schieffer, thanks very much.
minnesota vikings running back adrian peterson is out on bond after ago rested and charged of abusing his young son. wendy gilette tells us the defense contend it was not abuse but it was discipline. >> minnesota vikings star running back adrian peterson turn himself in early saturday morning. he was processed at montgomery county jail near houston and then left after posting 15 you this dollars one. peterson is charge with child abuse after using a switch or a tree branch to spank his young child. >> a grand jury having indicted this case looked at the injuries that were inflict upon this child and determined that discipline was not reasonable and did not reflect the community standard of what was reasonable discipline. >> reporter: peterson's arrest caps a difficult week for nfl. still reeling from criticism offhandeddeling of the ray rice domestic violence case. the league indefinite thely suspended the baltimore ravens running back after a video surfaced showing rice striking
his then fiance in the elevator knocking her out. >> this is a nightmare for the nfl right now. probably the darkest most embarrassing week in the history of the league. >> reporter: saturday afternoon rice and his wife made hear first public appearance since his suspension from the nfl. family attend aid high school football game at rice's alma math inner new york. rice watched the first half of the game in the sidelines and then left. crowd did not have a reaction to his visit but school officials say he is always welcome here. however, rice's nfl jersey has been removed from the school gym's wall. peterson has been benched by the vikings for sunday's game against the the patriots. he will make his first court appearance sometime in the next few weeks. wendy gilette for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". fighting breast cancer one step at a time, syma chowdhry is live this morning at a very special event, syma? that is right, todd, it is a susan g komen three day event, it is last day and we have folks cheering behind me
final gay of the komen walk. hundreds of supporters have come from all over to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. "eyewitness news" reporter syma chowdhry is live at the cheering station for walkers in society hill, syma. >> reporter: that is right, todd. the these walkers, they have come from all over not just here in philadelphia but more than 1600 people crossing the street right the now. the lets take a look right here. lots of folks. we cannot even stop them to talk because they are on a in mission to complete their 60-mile journey. these folks have been walking 20 miles on friday, saturday and then they will complete another 20 miles here on sunday. now this is a small cheering section here at the point plaza and love park. lots of folks out here just trying to cheer them on.
a lot of miles if you think about it, 60 miles all together. these folks said they were sore from walking these past few days but they are doing it a all for a great cause. they are trying to find a cure for breast cancer. now you here is a fun fact. is there more than 1600 people participating, exactly 242 of them are men. so this is an all inclusive event. the lots of folks out here, supporting their mothers, their sisters, they are best friends, their daughters, just going to try to find a cure for breast cancer. this is the last day. the is there a couple other cheering sections in center city if you want to cheer them on. it includes second street between pine and south street, that cheering section and from 10:15 to 1:15 and is and then 60 miles will come to an end at the navy yard at closing ceremony which is 4:30 later today. you could be part of that as well if you want to come down there but it is a total of
three days, 60 miles, all to raise money and hope to find a cure for breast cancer. last years event raised $3.2 million. organizers are hoping to beat that this year. we're live from center city, syma chowdhry for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you very much. fundraiser was hell at geno's steaks in south philadelphia this weekend for curt crandell n2012 crandell injured his spinal cord in the crash in upstate new york. owner geno vento presented crandell with the check for more than $53,000 to help pay for crandell's rehab facility in michigan. >> geno's is one of the best people i have ever met in my whole life. he is an amazing person, great friend, and i wouldn't get out of this chair without him. >> he kept us there, for a year. my gratitude i don't even know if there is words. >> geno vento first met cran dell at magee rehab where geno
was being treated for a knee injury. still to come this morning drying out after a heavy day of rain, carol has your forecast for the workweek when we come right back. also ahead they are selling like hot cakes before they even hit store shelves, apple's latest gadget flies off the presale shelves. the cutting edge way to pay your bills, no more checks, no more logging on to web sites, three on your side show you just how easy it can be, up next.
anyone hoping to get the new iphone six plus this week is probably out of luck. preorders for the new smart phone started friday afternoon and, within hours, they were sold out. apple has about a three to four week wait for iphone six plus, but this smaller iphone six is set to ship within ten days. new line of i phones is expect in stores september
september 19th. there is a new, easier way to pay your bills. first we did a way with checks on line and now it seems like we can ditch the web as well. three on your side consumer reporter jim donovan on how you can pay with a picture. >> reporter: when al pays his bills he takes out his smart phone, opens up his mobile banking app, snaps a picture and he is done. >> it is wild technology. >> faith owe bill pay is in infancy. it is a big thing thaw will see increasingly, rolled out 2014/15 and it will be a stapel. >> reporter: right now a small number of financial institutions are using mobile photo bill pay. and bankers report it is a high tech magnet for customers. >> people who are using this really love it. >> reporter: how does snapping a picture of a bill actually pay it. >> the bank is actually able to take that image and extract information about the builder from the the picture, and so we can enable the customer to
avoid having the the type all that information into forms, and then once builder is set up customer just to have confirm the amount, date and set the payment. >> reporter: and more photo payment options are coming soon. this app called check will give anyone with the smart phone access to mobile photo bill pay even if their bank doesn't offer it. other programs, will scan qr codes to pay bills. financial institutions using mobile owe photo pay it is similar to remote check deposit. images are never stored in your phone and using photo bill pay reveals less information than mailing a check. >> you think about the information on a physical check it has your name, address, sometimes your phone number and it always has your full account number and routeing number of your bank. so, really the less you expose that type of information, the more safe you are. >> reporter: in our region u.s. bank offers the mobile photo bill pay app. as for cost of using these products, jury is still out as
to whether there will be fees involved as more banks adopt photo pay. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. it is shaping up to be a gorgeous day out there, carol. >> it is, i think billy penn will shed his metal hat and maybe his metal coat as well. we have great looking weather. notice blue skies, just completely different then it was yesterday. old what a difference a day makes in the just here but in the shore areas. we have great looking weather every single place we go. temperatures are on the cool side though 56 degrees in philadelphia. fifty-two trenton. fifty-five in wilmington. still hanging into the 40's in the poconos. 47 degrees. that temperature may be more common tomorrow morning in the outlying area and maybe a couple degrees lower then that as we continue to watch this cooler air filter in here. notice how cool it is back to the north and west and we will get into that and it is even cooler heading back towards one of the favorite spots of
mine, this is dead wood elementary school in south dakota i had to show you this because it is brightening up. buzz allegedly they have a temperature right at freezing mark this morning. the this is how the time of dead wood south dakota looks when they wake up. the hills and not a lot of activity on the road but it is sunday morning every where. we are looking at temperatures in our area 8 degrees cooler then they were yesterday morning at this point. cooler start, but a much more beautiful start with all that sunshine. storm scan three, wider view, notice there are a few clouds, maybe through western pennsylvania, and we may find one or two but that is it. dry daze. it will be dry over the entire area. no matter where you go. future weather as we put this into motion not much to see. would i stop it if there were rain showers but models were predicting but doesn't look like there are. we have high pressure in charge. that is keeping things nice. that is going to continue, right through monday, through monday afternoon and then by
tuesday, what? we have a front. front will be coming through here but notice timing on this or at least the timing now it looks like early morning hours on tuesday, so that is the only thing we may be even all week long where we will get any precipitation at all. so rain that we saw yesterday which seemed to be an over achieving rain storm based on what the predictions of it should have been, well, it looks like we have a dry week except for this coming up. the that is early on tuesday, and then by 8:00 o'clock in the morning we have a few clouds and rest of tuesday looks like we will be dealing with some sunshine which is, not hard to deal with. at all. certainly not this time of the year. hurricane season, we're on the downward slope there is a tropical storm out there but look what this is doing. it is curving away. in where near land right now tracking edward and it is moving out and it will be a hurricane but it will not bother anyone except maybe some ships out there but we will not be impacted by it nor
will our shore areas. we have 68 degrees for the temperature today. moderate risk of rip current at the beaches. otherwise things are looking really nice there. and in every other location. so, if you like temperatures in the 70's, 73 in philadelphia, or you you like them in the 60's, upper 60's, head to the shore, if you like them in the middle six 50's head to the poconos, every single location though you've got only one sky condition to choose from and that is sunshine. our wind are out of the north between five and 10 miles an hour, the sun finally woke up at 6:41 this morning. every single day later getting up but goes to bed earlier, sunsetting at 7:11. but how about that 52 degrees our temperature tonight. clear skies, cool night, next couple of days, this is an easy forecast, probably one of the easiest forecast is we have had in months. temperatures will be in the 70's the entire week, just to sum that up, every day at this point looks to be sunny, with that one exception, early in the morning, on tuesday, and
when we might see a rain shower just absolutely perfect, out there. and speaking of perfect, wow, what a perfect day to day is going to be to head outside and go over to doylestown, and day two of the third annual thompson bucks county classic cycling classic, in doylestown. yesterday's opening race, featured a 100-mile grueling course. these are all pro cyclers so they are up to it. it went from doylestown to new hope. there will be several other racees today, cbs-3 a proud sponsor of this event. they have their big doylestown art festival so lots of things to buy and look at through doylestown. beautiful day too, todd. >> carol, thank you. time to check roads let go to ann evans in the traffic center, good morning again, ann. >> good morning, todd. another delay, blue route southbound right at that schuylkill conshohocken exit number 16 and we have delays on the blue route from the schuylkill conshohocken exit to exit number 13 saint david,
all due to construction but good news is in the process of being pick up and there shouldn't be delays there too much longer which is good. we are moving traffic cam again to i-95, north bound at academy we have an accident, it is off to the shoulder right lane was blocked for a while but it looks to be okay at this point, it is almost in the process of being cleared as well. it shouldn't be an issue here 95 northbound at academy. we will move traffic cam one more time to the walt whitman bridge mid span in delays or problems on the walt whitman. further up 42 and 55 looks okay. heading to the atlantic city keep in mind today is day for atlantic city international triathlon and atlantic city expressway off ramp is closed at black horse pike that is put number four and that is exit number two and at exit number four the absecon exit for triathlon to take. that is latees from the traffic center, i'm ann evans new you back to you, todd. all right, and, thank you. nineteenth annual
chocolate festival is underway in san francisco square and as you guessed it it is tribute to all things chocolate. why not. also a benefit for project open hand a non-profit, that serves meals to seniors and people with hiv and aids. the the week long event also offered cooking classes with wine and beer parings, and also some ice cream eating contests as well. sound good. we will be right back.
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afternoon. how perfect. >> absolutely perfect. >> great. >> getting out there today, eagles, they are not on so might as well play golf. >> get out and exercise. taker pets out. >> there you go. >> that is it the for "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line at cbs philly.com, abe sunday morning with charles osgood is up next. have a great day. >> bye-bye.
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