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deliberately flew the jet in the mountain side as passengers screamed in terror. >> unaudible. >> reporter: authorities say cockpit voice recorder reveals a german co pilot andrea is lubitz locked the captain out after he stepped out. lubitz then manually set the plane on a dissent as the captain pounded on the arm or door. >> no words during the the ten last minute. >> reporter: the 28 year old is from the the germantown ofmontbauer, people who knew him said he appeared normal and happy to be working with germanwings airlines. investigators don't believe lubitz was a terrorist. they are focusing on his personal and professional life to figure out what motivated him. cbs news has learned that lubitz train at an air zone flight school in 2010 and had a u.s. pilots license. lubitz family traveled here to france to visit the the crash site, they are being kept
separate from the victim's families. some families arrived thursday at a staging area about 8 miles from the remote crash site. flags from the countries of the victims are on display and officials have set up a viewing area where families can look toward the crash site. in france, tina krause for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, the who canning details of this tragedy now have left a lot of people wondering if the same thing could happen here in the united states. at 5:30 today three on your side jim donovan he spent eight years as a flight attendant for a major airline and he will have insights. we hope you will join us for that. keep it here on "eyewitness news" as we learned more about the deadly plane crash overseas, when we're not on television get the very latest on line at cbs philly.com. take a look at these flashes of light here from blown transformers they provide a road map of a tornado's destructive path through more more, oak a1 person was killed, several
others were hurt when a tornado sliced through a mobile home park near tulsa yesterday. that storm also severely damaged this gymnastics studio in sand springs, it had dozens of children inside. >> they were the best state in the nation when it comes to handling a tragedy or some type of natural difficult aster. we have a good plan, we have good people and that is why we're known for oklahoma standard. >> reporter: tonight, 25 counties are under a state of emergency as officials continue to assess all of that damage. the system that brought tornadoes to oklahoma is the same system that is now bringing rain to our area. some parts of the region might even see a thunderstorm. for more on that we will go to meteorologist kathy orr live on the cbs-3 sky deck, kathy. >> the good news jessica is that we're not expecting severe weather as that system has really diminished in intensity and strength as it moves across the midwest last night and toward delaware valley. right now we have a few breaks in the clouds and that will help fuel up those showers and storms for this evening. temperatures have listen well
into the 60's today and some areas, the 70's we're still on the climb and georgetown delaware 71. wilmington and dover 69. so far in philadelphia 65. millville 62 degrees. right now in the city we are up to 66. seventy in wilmington. new high temperatures for the the day it is 63 in reading. you can see 70's to the south in washington and richmond wow, really feeling like spring but contrast that with state college only at 43, pittsburgh 43 and cold air is moving in behind that cold front. we have some sunshine, that is helping to warm us up before the cloud move back in and before that line of showers and storms move into the region later on this evening. there is a risk to the north and west of philadelphia to see strong thunderstorms with gusty wind obviously frequent cloud to ground lightening and very heavy rain, between now and 8:00 o'clock spotty showers, after 8:00 that is when we will see heavier rain gusty wind and storm moving through after 10:00 o'clock
showers linger and temperatures fall. boy, do they fall, coming up we will talk about in the wake of these storms, yes some rain and chance oven wet snow can you believe it i'll have that when i join you inside. >> kathy, thank you we will see you then. chopper three is live over fairmount where there is breaking news tonight, police are investigating the reported abduction of the woman along the 3200 block of sedgley drive. we're told a black woman was forced in to the trunk of the dark blue car, just before 3:00 this afternoon, witnesses described that car as a pontiac grant prewith the partial tag of jt. it was last seen on girard avenue going towards kelly drive. if you have any information on this, you should call 911. bucks county mother is behind bars tonight she's accused of faking cancer after authorities launched a child abuse investigation against her. "eyewitness news" reporter matt rivers is live in bristol township at the police department there with more on
these disturbing allegations matt. >> reporter: chris, as you mentioned 26 year-old ashley reichill, remains in jail after failing to post bail. she is facing charges ranging from per jury to child abuse. it was july of last year investigators say that ashley richard, beat her 11 month-old daughter criminal complaint list the injuries including a broken side bone, two skull fractures, broken jaw, multiple burns and among others. there were clear signs of abuse and pinned them all squarely on the 26 year-old mother of two. >> i have never seen anything like that, you know, personally but when you read bit, it is horrific. >> reporter: police conduct an investigation for months, bringing a case before a grand jury for review. investigators say she tried to pin opinion the crimes on others and lied to investigators several times throughout the the process. she was arrested earlier this week. >> i didn't think that she would be capable of hurting
her kid. >> reporter: in addition to the police they say she lied about having ovarian cancer, shaving her own head and eyebrows as part of the plan. officials say she did this on gain sympathy and avoid prosecution. she also claims cancer treatments caused her to miss several appointments with her parole officer. jessica coverly considered her a friend and thought that the cancer was real, until we told her what the police suspect. >> unbelievable. wow, she pulled one over my head. i really thought she was telling the the truth. >> reporter: officials also tell us that there will be custody hearings soon to determine where the two children involved in this case will go in the future. we're live from bristol township matt rivers for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> all right, had matt. breaking news now septa decides not to appeal a court ruling on anti muslim advertising. you could be seeing those ads on the sides of buses rolling around town. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones is live at septa
headquarters with new information, todd. >> reporter: jessica those controversial ads will begin appearing on septa buses on april 1st. there will be 84 septa buses and the ads will run for four weeks. >> anti islamic ads are coming to septa today the transit authority said it would not appeal a federal court ruling that a new hampshire based non-profit called american freedom defense initiative has a first amendment right to run bus ads linking muslims to hitler. the ads include images of hitler and a read islamic/jew hatred it is in the quran. at a special septa board meeting this afternoon members of the religious leaders council of greater philadelphia commended septa for its efforts to try to prevent the ad. >> while we affirm the constitutional protection of free speech, had that does not diminish our condemnation of irresponsible speech. the language used in these proposed advertisements is
distorted, prejudicial, and inflames hatred. >> reporter: septa's general counsel says the decision was based in two parts. the first being the expense of running out all legal options would be too high, and the second septa has since revised its advertising pol willcy to restrict what is being called public policy issue ads. >> if any ad that deals with any issue in the public that is being in debate any kind of individuals who are running for office, you know that want to post signs on our buses. >> reporter: septa fully expects its due policy to be challenge in the courts. the group the the american defense initiative now has more than a half dozen lawsuits filed against transit authorities across the country. reporting live tonight from septa ahead quarters in center city, todd quinones for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> todd, thank you. search is on for pair of suspects who robbed two would in member in northern liberties. surveillance video shows the suspects knocking a woman down
to the ground in the 400 block of fairmount avenue last friday. suspects left in the red pickup truck with wood panels one of the suspects was caught on video inside a convenient store and if you have any information, call police. teenager is fighting for his life tonight after he was shot in the head outside of a corner store in kensington. the gun fire erupted around 11:00 o'clock this morning along the 2,000 block of east cambria street. there is no record on an arrest or why that 17 year-old was targeted. a philadelphia just has postponed sentencing for cristina regusters. in january of 203 regusters kidnaped a five-year old girl from a west philadelphia kindergarten classroom, sexually assaulted that girl and left her alone in an darby playground. lawyers for regusters say they are awaiting psychological reports. prosecutors are seeking a life sentence. well, there is new information today in that penn
state fraternity scandal. police say some of the women pictured nude on kappa delta row's secret facebook page have come forward. authorities say some members of the fraternity are now cooperating with the criminal investigation. kappa delta row was suspended for one year and ordered to reorganize by its national office. still to come on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" a mother's desperate plea. >> it is so important that we have some kind of a closure and answers for our children. >> her daughter has been missing since last summer and we are live with what police now believe that disappearance is now suspicious. also ahead, to test or not to test, new jersey lawmakers vote on standardized testing today, and what happens to students who opt out of those exams. several local high school students have the time of their lives today as does our carol erickson, they have learned some moves from the cast of the musical dirty dancing. we will ha
we continue to follow breaking news, 13 people have been injured, four of them critically in an explosion and building collapse in manhattan's east village. you can see there fire fighters pouring water into the building after a huge fire broke out. the fire department in new york says that people are being evaluated from all around the surrounding area our sister station cbs two in new york say witnesses smelled gas and there are reports work was being done in the basement of the building before the explosion. we will continue to follow this story and bring you any
new developments. developing news a mother and sister of a missing drexel hill woman make a plea for answers. for the first time today police revealed that they believe foul play is involved in that woman's disappearance. the "eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter is live in drexel hill with more walt. >> reporter: well, jessica every morning since june family of amanda degue await is here, mother sister and two daughters and they ask the same question every day: where is amanda? today those family members join the up are darby police superintendent making a public plea for help in finding her. >> she's missing. she has two small children. they miss her dearly. we have no answers for. >> reporter: more and more items since 25 year-old amanda degue vanished from her drexel hill neighborhood last june her three and five-year old daughters are asking, where is momma?
>> out of no where she goes i miss mommy. what time is mommy coming home. >> i need to bring her home. i need to at least have an answer for our her children and family. >> reporter: police say amanda who has a history of heroin abuse and prostitution left her home here with only her handbag and cell phone perhaps, roaming the streets of kensington. >> we have come to a conn collusion that amanda is probably the the victim of some type of foul play. >> reporter: police superintendent mike chitwood says that he is very concerned that amanda who has several distinctive tattoos and who likes to disguise her appearance with wigs may have been abduct by an organized band of criminals. >> we looked at potential of her being held captive in some type of human trafficking process. >> i think that she's in a very bad place. i think that she's scared.
we just want her to know that we love her very much and we're concern for her safety and we want her to come home. we want our amanda back. >> reporter: so far a facebook page on the such for amanda has gotten more than 140,000 views and there is this each day nicole carries a prayer card with her a sister's prayer it is call. she prays out loud each day that prayer for amanda. as of right now it has not been answered. we will have more on the search at 6:00 live from drexel hill walt hunter for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> walt, thanks very much. also developing right now one person has been killed several injured in texas after a tractor trailer plows in the bridge under construction along interstate 35. that happened about 40 miles north of austin, the truck reportedly hit a beach and then brought other concrete beams crashing down on to cars on the highway. traffic backed up for several miles while crews close that had road for the investigation. welshing family, friend
and sports fans are paying their respects to the eagles legend check bednarik today. a viewing was held at connell funeral home in bethlehem. a second viewing will be held from 6:00 to 9:00 o'clock tonight. concrete charlie wore number 60 and won two nfl titles with the bird. pro football hall of famer died at the age of 89 on saturday. a private funeral is set for tomorrow. welshing still to come here on "eyewitness news", new details about the pope's visit to the you had. and, being trapped for three days, see how rescuers were finally able to get him down. plus you could not dirty dance? we will pick up a
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we want to return to our breaking news from earlier police are investigating a reported abduction in the fairmount section of philadelphia. >> "eyewitness news" reporter diana rocco is live at the scene with more, diana. >> reporter: chris and jessica we are at 3200 block of sedgley drive where police investigation is underway. crime tape is up. crews are marking the spot where a witness tells police that just before 3:00 o'clock today he or she saw someone putting a female in the back of a trunk of a car. police are now investigating what that witness had to say, the witness was driving by and said they saw a woman being
forced in the trunk of a dark blue pontiac grant preby a man with the white t-shirt and hat, that grand pea prewas last seen westbound on girard avenue toward kelly drive, witness was able to get a partial license plate j-t police got the the call moments after this all happened, and they have been working to figure out exactly what happened here and if someone is, in fact, in danger. we are at the the 3200 block of sedgley drive gist off of kelly drive where it it was reported that a woman was put in the trunk of the car just before 3:00 this afternoon. we will continue to bring you very latest i'm diana rocco in fairmount park, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, after a little rain, it is milder out there, kathy. >> temperatures soaring. we have breaks in the cloud. we are warming up as we speak, many of us reaching the peak of the warmth within the next hour or so. >> wow. >> it is going to be a beautiful late afternoon early evening before the storms move
in. our eyewitness weather watchers are hard at work with observations and you cane current temperatures at the bottom of the screen. take a look outside where it is not so warm. the that is jack frost big boulder can you see the mountains? you can see the jumps from the the snow border set up. the it is foggy. we had warm air moving up, and over that cold snow pack, creating fog and poor visibility in the poconos lets take you down to philadelphia where it is much different, no snow pack here but warm air at citizens bank park, of course, opening day less than two weeks away very exciting. take a look the at current visability in the poconos we are looking at a visibility of zero, no surprise after after looking at that picture of jack frost big boulder and allentown 2-mile visibility and every where elsewhere we do not have any snow pack issues we have some warm air and visibility is excellent. live neighborhood network shows us high temperature for the the day, west grove 70 so far, west chester at henderson high 69, and the at the dover air force base little creek,
68. saint charles game mow school in cinnaminson, good afternoon, their temperature right now is 63 degrees. great afternoon to be outside. right now we are 60's and 07's in central and southern delaware. atlantic city has a temperature of 59. millville 61. moving toward philadelphia lots of mid 60's. malvern 61. aston 68. allentown 50. mount pocono 50 degrees over that snow there. it is amazing. in quakertown it is 59. doylestown 62. we are watching the sun break out across the region with some showers moving up through south jersey but this is the the line we are watching, the warmer it gets the stronger these storms will get as it the gets into this unstable at in months fear. so we will keep an eye on that line. the timing of this is such that it will come through during the evening. sunset around 7:00 when we will see showers and thunderstorms through let high valley and red, berks county. by eight and 9:00 o'clock it is moving through philadelphia and a more showers moving through during the overnight but main threat of
thunderstorms, will be about eight or 9:00 this evening. up to a half inch of rain, ponding on area road gusty wind during the storms to about 35 or even 40 miles an hour. after that front moves through we will see cold air returning for the weekend. temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below average and even a chance of a rain or wet snow shower by saturday. just incredible. month of march will not let go. so during the evening and evening thunderstorm and showers overnight low of 43. high of tomorrow 51 with mostly cloudy skies. on the three day forecast tempereratures will be getting colder, saturday wet the snow shower possible, sunday sun returns, high of 47. that is a look at the 39 take forecast we will be back right after thi
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it is not your typical high school class where dancing might be discourage but at creative and performing arts high school today they wanted some dirty dancing moves. >> um-hmm, our carol erickson got a front row seat to this dance lesson. >> reporter: as they stretch before a very special class at philadelphia creative and performing arts high school, let us, seriously review some important american dance history. >> ♪ >> i have had the time of mize life ♪ the ♪ >> okay, you two, we give you two thumbs up for dirty dancing, iconic movie with the lines. >> nobody puts baby in the corner. >> reporter: like baby these 50 students are off on the right foot thanks to some dirty dance moves caught by two cast moves of the musical now at the academy of music. while these students know lear california dance from the high
school studies. >> ballet is abc's of dance. >> reporter: they are learning that d stand for dirty. >> arms can be whatever you want them to be, because it is all dirty. >> reporter: oh, yeah, some of these moves. >> yes kick kick. >> reporter: to grind, kick ball, change might have been unheard of in the 60's when movie and musical are set but as kid do their best to follow their star teacher's example they are thinking with moves like this and say this. >> nobody puts baby in the corn are. >> reporter: well, some belong in the corner but not these kid at capp a dirty dancing done right. in philadelphia carol erickson cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> there is nothing better than when carol does the story. >> nobody puts carol in the corner. >> good a mantra. >> yes, stick up for yourself. coming up in the next half an hour we will continue to follow breaking news out of of new york city of a partial building collapse and fire. we know several people are injured. also ahead tonight more on the disturbing details
coming from the germanwings plane crash and people wondering about airline policy when it comes to pilot leaving and reentering the cockpit . we will look closer and see if something like this could ever happen in this country. and then new at 6:00, little delaware county girl, has a newly discovered form of epilepsy that strikes only girls? health reporter stephanie stahl has more on this day to raise awareness about the
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we continue to follow breaking news. emergency responders are on the scene of the fire and building collapse on the new york city's east side the east village. the explosion and collapse happened just after 3:00 this afternoon. we know fire quickly escalate todd seven alarms within an hour witnesses told our affiliate w cbs there was an a odor of gas in the area after the explosion. there are 13 people confirmed injured, four of them in critical condition. take a look at these pictures coming from the scene of the fire. you can see smoke in the area. take a look at a second photo you can see from the ground level the smoke and flames pouring out of that building and how intense that fire is. this third photo from just down the the street shows just how extreme this fire was, 13 injured, three of them critically in manhattan's east village after that explosion and building collapse. our sister station w cbs
talked to a woman who saw the the explosion from across the the street. >> i live across the street basically essentially from where it was so it was a big shake. i heard a loud noise. then i heard car alarms go off. >> reporter: what did you see. >> i just saw people running. >> reporter: incredible images. we will follow that throughout the evening. also tonight we're tracking wet weather moving in the area. "eyewitness news" cameras in voorhees camden county where there have been heavy round of heavy rain, or a lot of heavy rain this afternoon. more is on the way and kate joins us now with details kate? >> reporter: thanks, jessica. >> we are here in franklin square with the cbs-3 mobil weather lab. we are enjoying quiet temperatures. temperatures listen to the mid to upper 60's. problem is we have sunshine and that sunshine creates instability and that is what thunderstorms like as they move in. you can see this line of storms is moving in the harrisburg area around dauphin county and in the next hour or
two we expect to it get to lancaster county and later this evening around eight or 9:00 we expect storms here in philadelphia. coming up we will talk about what to expect with these storms and chilly air that follows them. we will send is it back to you in the studio. >> kate, thank you. we are learning some dramatic new information about the final moments of the germanwings plane that went down in the french alps. cockpit voice recorder reveals andreas lubitz locked the captain out of the cockpit have after he left to apparently use the bathroom. lubitz then manually set the plane on a dissent. investigators say the captain is heard pounding on the cockpit door trying on get back in as passengers screamed. >> refused to open up the door, no word, no words during the last ten minutes. >> cbs news has learned that lubitz train at an arizona flight school in 2010 and he had a u.s. pilots license.
he was left in the u.s. in october of 2014 on a crew visa. such incredibly shocking details that has left us wand fairing something like this could ever happen in this country. you know jim donovan he was a flight attendant for a major airline for eight years. we come to him with aviation questions. walk us through a process. what happens when a pilot need to leave perhaps to go to the bathroom. >> there are rules that vary depending on when are a u.s. carrier or international carrier but here for the the the the most part the the you had carrier what would happies pilot would call back to the flight attendant. he would say i need to use the rest room. two flight attendants would come up to the front of the plane, one would take the dinner cart and block the area while the other knocks on the cockpit door. pilot sees the flight attendant open up, pilot comes out, flies attendant goes in shuts the door behind him or her, so you still have two people in the cockpit. one blocking the area and
pilot would use the rest room. once the pilot was finish comes out, knocks on the door flight attendant sees pilot works open up the door, flight attendant goes out pilot goes in, door again lock. >> no one is ever alone in the cockpit. >> in the you had there may be one pilot but always a flied a tenth ant two people at all times to prevent all of a sudden a medical issue with the remaining pilot. >> this is a post 9/11 thing too. >> exactly. >> what happens in this situation we have a pilot who was locked out and trying to get back in? is there anyway to override controls in the cockpit to get that door to open. >> reporter: these doors have been designed post 9/11 to withstand gunfire grenades. what happened is years ago we had keys to get in the cockpit. these days everything is compute another ised keyboard. so if there was only one pilot in the seat at the time in the cockpit, normally the other pilot would punch in the numbers, anywhere from two to seven and allow the the door to unlock and pilot would go in there. in this case there is also a
way, toggle switch inside cockpit that can block that from a happens. these planes are designed to keep someone out of the cock about are pit. >> you never imagine the threat will come from the pilot and that makes it horrific. >> jim donovan thanks very much. >> we will continue our coverage of the deadly plane crash here on "eyewitness news". when we're not on the air find out the very latest on cbs philly.com. the the debate over new jersey's new standardized tests shifts from the classroom to the legislature. lawmakers are considering a bill to allow parents to sit their kids out. "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan tells us tens of thousands of student have already refused to take that test. >> being punished for refusing the test. >> reporter: kathleen is one of many parent in her school district who refused to let her child take readiness for college and careers test known as park. >> started out with ten kid in the classroom. by the time the end of this last round of testing ended there was five classrooms full
of 25 kid. >> reporter: what do they do while the test is going on. >> not doing anything my son watched u tube video for three hours. >> reporter: even though the parc test is mandatory according to the new jersey's teachers union more than 45,000 students refused to take it. >> is what happening with the parc test is unhealth toy our see site. parents have suspicion about the test in general, how it is administered, amount of class time utilized, what are the results being used for. >> reporter: new jersey's assembly considered a bill giving parents the right to opt out of the the parc and requiring schools to provide meaningful alternative during the the test times. it passed unanimously though with a concern. >> people in new jersey should have the option but i don't want anyone to interpret this vote or at least my vote as encouraging people to opt out. >> reporter: one bill sponsor stopped the claims that low participation in the parc will jeopardize federal school funding. >> it hasn't had happened in any other state. when all else fails they will use that one. >> reporter: supporters say
even though it easily passed the assembly over here on the the senate side it could be a challenge. measure was placed in committee more than a month ago but so far no movement. in trenton, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". pope francis is heading to the white house. pontiff will meet with president obama on september 23rd as part of his first papal visit to the thousand dollar fall. the president and pope last met a year ago at the vatican and the white house says the two leaders will continue their conversation from that meeting. on the following day pope francis will a join a joint session of congress. of course, we have the very latest on the pope's upcoming trip to philadelphia for world meeting of families, just head over to cbs philly.com and click on the papal visit tab. former congressman jesse jackson junior was released from a federal prison cam in alabama. led by his father reverend jesse jackson a group of family members pick up the former congressman early this morning. the his release comes two years after he pled guilty to spending american 700 you this
dollars of campaign money on personal items. we had rain for a lot of our day but we are lucking out during our rush in the afternoon because it is currently dry. you can see on the roosevelt boulevard it is dry, this is southbound lanes 36789 lanes merge nothing to two right here. earlier disable vehicle in the center lane that caused a lot of this backup and they are still trying to recover from it. we can see disable vehicle in the right hand shoulder there as well creating slow go, and not setting anybody back too much but just something to watch out for. this is a sight for sore eyes on the schuylkill expressway no problems around city have avenue heading westbound into the king of prussia area just something to look at there. kind of interesting over on 202 in the southbound lanes is there an accident at danhour bridge and a set of traffic lights are malfunctioning out in bristol. durham road and new falls road is there a five-point intersection with police collecting traffic around the scene. currently we do have some weather-related delays at
philadelphia international airport, rifle delays for an hour and 28 minutes, chris and jessica back over to you. jessica, thank you. check those lottery tickets coming up someone in new jersey is 40 in million-dollar richer today. wow. and a bear trapped in the tree for three days, see howie mergecy officials finally managed to get him down kate? and chris we're manager to go eke out a couple hours of spring here in philadelphia after a dreary start sunnies out and people here at franklin square are taking full advantage of the nice peak of sunshine and warm temperatures, enjoy it if you can, it will not last storms will role in, i'll have the th jim kenney. son of a firefighter. first in his family to go to college. he's been councilman at-large, representing the whole city.
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wild life officers were able to catch a bear not so graceful fall from a tree. he fell after three tranquilizer shots knock the bear out, but it took several hours for him to actually let go. this was quite a spectacle for resident in that otherwise quiet neighborhood. we are told the bear is okay and will be released back in the wild. finally some warm temperatures out there but with the warmth comes the rain. finally, the warm temperatures. meteorologist kate bilo is out and about in franklin square tonight one of our favorite spots. she has the the cbs-3 mobile weather lab in toe, hi kate. >> hi chris and jessica. we've got spring finally in philadelphia. unfortunately it will only last two hours before storms come in and in their wake bring the return of some chilly air but people are even eyeing this evening while we can. we have had folks walking around here. fountains are on. they just extended their hours actually owe now park is opened later into the evening. square burger not hoping.
i was hoping for a root beer float. i will have to come back down here. the lets look at video. they had to postpone their first day of spring celebration scheduled for the first day of spring last friday march 20th. as we know it snowed last friday march 20th. that was today. they have kick off the start of the season here at franklin square. it is quiet here now. grab a spot and enjoy sunshine, while we have it. we will bring you back here live to the mobile weather lab and you can see up here we are live streaming our live shot on the scope app. anybody watching hello thank you for joining us. the lets look at our eyewitness weather watchers. you can see temperature spread, temperatures to the the north are only in the mid 60's heading up toward bucks county and portions of new jersey and notice down toward mays landing it is only 60 degrees but 71 degrees in delaware. in newark they have 71 right new you with the little sunshine peeking through the cloud. it is nice and warm in the area have been able to see sun today.
take a look what is on the way. we are looking at thunderstorms on storm scan three. we will see the storms are starting to fire autopsy cross central pennsylvania, down around the harrisburg area we are seeing these storms. they will continue to move east as we go through rest of tonight. we will go through future weather. time it out. they will ab approaching our area between eight and 9:00 p.m. they will sweep through quickly and move into south jersey but notice showers will link inner to the overnight hours, and even into tomorrow morning as well, showers in the wake of this advancing cold front what to expect with the storms as we head through tonight? we have a pretty maryland rate risk of heavy rainfall and strong damaging wind and cloud to ground lightening. the risk of hail is low. we are not expecting widespread severe weather but these storms can be heavy. once the system moves out, low pressure will have us in its grip for quite sometime. that storm will rotate. showers on friday. little disturbance on saturday not only reenforcees cold but brings in a chance for snow
showers. then sunny and dry gannon sunday. as we head into tonight, we expect temperatures in the 40's. thunderstorm early, around nine or 10:00. we will see showers starting to move through 43 degrees. tomorrow is a cooler day. showers around early in the day. high of 51. eyewitness weather seven day forecast to day's warmth will not be around for much longer. we will expect temperatures in the the lower 50's tomorrow, 40's on saturday with the chance for rain and snow shower, not the best news for those running in the philly 5k. back her live with the mobil weather lab we are at 66.6 degrees right now. it feels great but we are living on borrowed time. we will send it back to you in the studio. kate, thanks very much. updating a update to the brotherly love segment we brought you earlier this movement mayor nutter officially cut ribbon on a new cafe in brewerytown called monkey and the elephant. you will remember it provides employment opportunities to young adults trans sinking out of the foster care system in philadelphia. still ahead on "eyewitness news", it is the news that set
well, fate of the number one boy band in the world is in question tonight, after zayn mallic kids one direction. >> louie ageary joins with us more. >> reporter: chris and jessica, after five years with the band he is saying bye-bye. so is what next for him and the remaining four members. >> ♪ >> a crushing blow to fans around the world, and their parents has to deal with the aftermath of their emotions. >> ♪ story of my life ♪ >> reporter: new story of his life will be without one direction. in a statement released statement he said quote i'm leaving because i want to be a normal 22-year old who is able to relax and have private time out of the spotlight. >> he was the the best looking one in my opinion. i think so, yes.
>> ♪ >> this is the biggest boy band in the world manufactured by simon cowell on ukx factor in 2010. group is estimated to be worth 75 million, sold more than 50 million record worldwide and has achieved a total of 91 number one's. >> perhaps some people who are not aware are not aware of how popular one direction are. they are a global phenomenon. beatles of their time. >> reporter: music insider managing editor with music, lindsey parker speculates how his departure will impact their future. >> people recall when another great britain pop group of girls, spice girls, saw the beginning of the end when ginger spice who was one of the most visible left and she left at their peak. they will either crash are and burn or open a new chapter. >> reporter: there were signs that zayn, he walk away from the group's world tour as a result of stress. chris and jessica back to you. >> either crash or burn and
open up a new opportunity, how about that. >> one of those two. >> for more on this story, tune in tonight to the insider, it happens at 7:30 right here on cbs-3. >> that will do it for now, for "eyewitness news" at 5:00. >> at 6:00 breaking news police investigate a possible abduction in the fairmount neighborhood and we are live with the latest. >> reporter: as officials reveal it was the pilot who intentionally plunged a plane in the french alps we will hear from a local aviation expert about how this tragedy could have been prevented kathy. >> temperatures are still climbing as we get closer and closer to a cold front so southeasterly wind will be gusty and then we will see showers and storms tonight. we will time them out and see what is behind them coming up with the seven day forecast. plus the controversial ads septa riders will soon see on dozens of buses, we will tell you why many are not happy about them. we will begin at 6:00 with breaking news, as you can see
police are on the scene of what could be an abduction in philadelphia's fairmount neighborhood. well, good evening i'm chris may. >> aim jessica dean. we will go live to diana rocco gathering breaking details from the scene on sedgley drive, diana a? >> reporter: chris and yes sir contact police investigation is well underway here, you can see crime tape is up and cruiser marks the spot on the 3200 block of sedgley drive, where just before 3:00 o'clock police got a call from the witness who saw a woman being forced in to the trunk of a car by a man wearing a white t-shirt and a white hat. that carries described as a dark blue pontiac grabbed prewith a partial plate j-t. it was last seen heading westbound on girard avenue towards kelly drive. now at this hour we do know that police are looking for surveillance video in the area, that might give them a better look at this car and possibly even the driver. again, a witness reports
seeing a woman being put in the trunk of a car just before 3:00 o'clock here on sedgley drive. police are now working to confirm that information. of course, we will keep you up to date bringing you very latest. live from fairmount park tonight i'm diana rocco for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you, very much. well you could be soon seeing controversial ads on the sides of the septa buses. they have decided not to appeal a court ruling in this case. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones is live at septa headquarters with more on those ads todd. >> reporter: chris, you will start seeing those ads on the sides of septa buses beginning next week those ads will be on 84 septa buses and ads will run for four weeks. the ads include images of hitler and read islamic jew hatred is in the quran and like it or not anti islamic ads are coming to septa. today transit authority said it will in