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a house washed away right in the water, cape may county landmark falls victim to the coastal storm. we will hear from the home owner coming up. meantime a much different picture on storm scan three, then we have seen lately, the the rain has moved on, we're happy to report and we're looking for clear skies ahead. today is sunday, october 4th, good morning, so glad you are with us i'm nicole brewer at 8:00 o'clock and a new face joining our
weather team we have been bringing you weather via meteorologist lauren casey. no, sir nice to deliver good news today. >> little bit of good news. >> things will get better and better. >> as we see by tuesday it will be really nice. a nice day at the end of all of this dreary damp weather, chilly weather with temperatures running below average again today. highs will run below average but we will do better, little will bit more mild then temperatures yesterday. we have been in the upper 50's in philadelphia for highs, yesterday and we are close to that, 55 degrees right the now you in philadelphia. and, mid 40's in the poconos. 57 degrees in atlantic city. still dealing with those strong northeasterly wind, 15 to 20 miles an hour with some higher gusts, we could continue to see gusts, 40 to 45 miles an hour along the coast. that coastal flood warning remains in effect throughout the day and then will expire at 6:00 o'clock this evening when wind finally, start to let up. but another windy day, in the delaware valley. chance of a morning sprinkle,
otherwise mainly dry conditions. 63 degrees. some improvement this afternoon. down the shore conditions, still kind of brutal. cloudy, passing sprinkle, those gusty wind, high in the middle 60's. poconos, quiet the day, less wind but still breezy, mostly cloud which high temperature in the middle 50's but we will push temperatures up and clear clouds out in your extended forecast and we will have all details coming up in a few minutes, nicole. >> thank you. this south jersey home was swept away by flood waters in the medicine will of the bay and township officials are trying to figure out how to get that sinking home back to shore. "eyewitness news" reporter steve paterson has the story and is what next for the home owner. >> reporter: here today, gone tomorrow. >> only a pile of two-by-four's, and, hopefully rebuild. >> reporter: with the side of his home broken and now mostly submerged in the distance we have stumbled upon owner stewart tait with the same disposition neighbors have come to know him by, half
naked, big smile, double mint hair, surfer dude attitude. >> nobody is hurt, it is only wood. come on i got a hammer, i got a skill saw. >> reporter: neighbors were a little more anxious, friday night many waking up to the sound of the home's pilings snapping off sending it drifting down the grassy sound channel past a half dozen homes in middletown ship until it finally stopped. >> it is a shame. it sure is a shame. one of those things you just seen for years and wondering when would it happen. >> reporter: tait freely admits it has been a structural mess falling slowly in the channel for years despite attempts to fix it. he said wind, water level of this storm was simply the last straw. >> it snapped the pilings. the current was so strong i looked at, the the the timbers 60 feet long broken like tooth picks. >> reporter: police say no one was home, hurt and because of the structure wasn't connected to any utilities, in real danger to neighbors. and for the men watching
nearly three decades of memories float away, i guess you can say they are kin dried spirits, both keeping drifting until it is time for a change. >> i will stay jersey strong and rebuild. >> reporter: that home owner has been in touch with middletown ship police, police in touch with the department have of environmental protection and the coastguard, as they all figure out how to safely remove that home out of the channel without any of that debris causing problems. reporting from middletown ship, i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meanwhile, the high wind pushed sand up and over a boat in ocean city. this viewer send us this videos of the catamaran buried in the dunes at 40th street. jim said he happened upon the boat during his annual fishing trip with his brother, josh and mike. one woman was hit by a tree and killed driving along route 34 in coldsneck township monmouth county on saturday. police are investigating what brought that tree down. meantime areas along the east coast people are dealing with
record setting rains and flooding. cbs news correspondent weijia chang reports from norfolk, virginia. >> reporter: number of areas in charleston south carolina are flooded bias much as several feet of water. stranding cars and effectively shutting down the city. >> what we want to do is help people get through these next two days, and in one getting hurt. >> reporter: high waters are effecting part of the city that don't generally flood. >> you know, we have a little water on the street. >> what we have right now this is a disaster. if you are coming downtown and you need a inflatable boat in the trunk of your car. >> reporter: same situation in florence, coastal city near new born as well as other parts of the north carolina, heavy flooding and rain that just keeps falling. >> we have flood warnings right now primarily in the southeastern part of the state and far southwestern part of the state, something that we didn't expect, two days ago.
>> reporter: weijia chang for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". at least five weather-related deaths have been reported while rain and flood warnings remain in effect for parts of the east coast. now, good news is that hurricane joaquin won't hit the east coast but now island of bermuda is bracing for that impact. this is a live look at bermuda ahead of the storm. joaquin is up to a category four. bohamas are now cleaning up, the aftermath of the hurricane. island's airport terminal was damaged in this storm and luckily there have been no fatalities. well, search continues this morning for a missing cargo ship lost in the ocean by hurricane joaquin. ship has 33 people on board, most of them americans. the life raft was found yesterday but there is no sign of that ship. u.s. coastguard began searching for the ship on thursday after a crew radioed for help saying they lost power and they were taking on water. the commander of the u.s. forces in afghanistan says the the military is opening up an investigation into the deadly bombing of a doctor's
without borders facility. it happened in the northern city of kundes, 19 people including 12 staffers from the the charity died in the air strike. u.s. army spokesmen said war planes hit the medical facility while returning fire against taliban fighters. new this morning police are investigating a whom identify in the strawberry mansion neighborhood of philadelphia. two men shot at 29th and cumberland just before 2:30. one man died, another was rush to the hospital with multiple gunshot wound. he is now in critical condition. the there are no details on the suspect at this time. and a swarthmore college student dies after falling down a embankment. police say anthony, was in a wooded area on the delaware county campus when he fell 45 feet. this happened yesterday afternoon in the 500 block of college avenue. officials ruled the death, an accident. well, more than two dozen students are recovering from injuries after a concrete awning collapses on them. they were at a high school marching band competition in north carolina at the time.
student were standing under that awning when a truck hit one of the support beams causing the collapse. one of the students has life threatening injuries. well, new for three on your side report, keep your eyes on the road, it is one of the first instructions we hear when learning how to drive and now drivers have the option to have have information, project in their line of sight. so, does this mean added safety or just another distraction behind the wheel? consumer reporter jim donovan takes a look. >> reporter: when private pilot jerry green field first saw a head up display it was in a flight simulator. >> you see the flight instruments, you'll see air speed. >> reporter: today a growing number of auto makers are building similar displayness to vehicles, equipment that projections things like speed or navigation into the driver's field of vision. >> i like the idea of being able to look straight ahead, and seeing all of the information i need, without having to look away from the road. >> reporter: ron montoya of edmunds.com has tested
vehicles with the technology built in. he feels these type of displays make a drive more safe. >> when you look the at your speed gauges or your navigation screening you are taking your eyes off the road even if only for a brief moment. >> reporter: some companies are developing display that is will allow drivers to receive and respond to text messages or post to social media all while keeping their eyes on the road. >> the technology seems promising and seems to integrate a couple more phone features which we're not getting from the factory system. >> reporter: triple a says head up display was driving information do have a potential to make drivers safer behind the wheel. but more testing is needed to study impact that they have on driver distractions, and the risk. >> the risk is that if we are projecting information, on the windshield or in the forward driving environment that isn't integral that we're overloading the driver. >> reporter: right now head up displays are built in the small number of car models but experts point out that often
technology appears first in high end models, and then as the they gain popularity and prices come down it spreads to more models within a vehicle fleet. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. yeah, i don't know, speed limit is one thing but social media on your dash, that might be a little over the line. chilly start to the day but nicer fall weather in our seven day forecast, we will be right back with eyewitness weather. also a man small doggies being called a hero after taking on two bears, this video is just great, we will have more on the wild encounters to you see that right there? wow that bear got out of there quick. we will have more coming up next, stay with us.
back now on "eyewitness news" a small doggies being called a hero for scarring three bears away from her house in california. rebecca, now shows us how it was all caught on camera. >> reporter: don't let her sweet face. >> loving this attention. >> reporter: or size fool you. >> come on, come on. >> reporter: jewels is a true guard dog. >> she was not having it. you are not coming in her property. >> reporter: friday afternoon two bears believed to be a year-old wandered in the family's front yard. third bear on the balcony just outside the camera's view. >> momma bay over here. >> reporter: 20-pound french bull dog didn't hesitate chasing them off. you see one bear estimated to be more than a hundred pound jumped a fence to get away from jewels. >> blew you me away. i could not believe that she turned into a wolverine. >> reporter: david hernandez says a wild fire a couple years ago impacted the food source for wild life, so now,
animals look for food in peoples yard. hernandez said some neighbors encouraged it by feeding the bears. >> it is a crime and you can actually do jail time for it if you are caught doing this. some of my neighbors give them dog food, 25-pound bags. one laid that i makes them meat loaf. >> reporter: while it may sound fun which two young kid hernandez isn't taking any chances. the his daughter's bedroom window is boarded up to prevent bears from sliding the glass opened and installed these cameras that alert him when there is any activity at the home. >> there is nothing more dangerous in the forest then a mother bear, nothing. >> reporter: so why live in the foot hills. >> you can have drive bears or bears, what will it be? so, for me, i'll choose the the wild life but just don't feed them. >> reporter: for her heroics, jewels got a bath , treat and lots of kisses. i'm rebeck, cbs two news. >> did i hear that ride did they feed the bears if is
there meat loaf, no wonder you are coming back. >> you need your little dog to scare him off. jewels, tough little cookie. you know who else is cup works men and men participating in the three day walk. >> they ever had a couple crummy days this third day a little bit of improvement. >> yes, they won't to have deal with the rain. they won't need rain slickers but couple of layers. we will have wind, temperatures cooler then average but doing better then we did yesterday. our high temperature a at philadelphia international was only 57 degrees, we should be up in the 70's but temperatures right now check in kutztown at 48 degrees, easterly wind at around 9 miles per hour. the the low clouds, still in place, we just cannot shake them. temperatures across the area, 51 in allentown. fifty-five in philadelphia we're reporting at 59 in dover. taking a pan out, temperatures in the the 40's and 50's, chillier in state college, and we're at 50 degrees in scranton. well, the main weather, most active weather is well off to
the south ape portions of the carolinas, seeing that on shore flow, continuing to build on in due to a stalled out area of low pressure sitting off shore, for the last several days, and we are dealing with now catastrophic, flooding in portions of the carolinas particularly south carolina we will be moved closer to home, clouds in place, but not seeing a lot in the way of shower activity. we will have a mainly dry day but another windy day, peak wind gusts over the last 24 hours, a hearty one, 62 miles an hour in cape may. sussex close to 60 miles per hour. we're gusting to 35 miles an hour in philadelphia, over the last 24 hours. and then we do have those intense wind speeds because we have this coastal low that has been just sitting there really since mid week last week. high pressure to the north, that frees up a pressure gradient to intensify the wind pulling them out of the north east, brings that cooler air in off shore as well but as we head into tomorrow, that low will start to sneak its way, very slowly, out to sea.
we will see improving conditions, gradually, and then by tuesday, as that low moves even so further away sunshine will be able to return especially with high pressure building from the west, very strong area of high pressure. temperatures bump up in the 70's and then by wednesday, with high pressure overhead that low continuing to move out, bright sunshine, mild conditions, high temperatures return, back to average. that will be a nice time to head out and check out the fall foliage, colors started to break out across upstate, new york, up in the poconos, we're seeing change right now as we head down in the pine barons but in and around the delaware valley we will wait a couple weeks to see some change. komen three day as we were talking about, better conditions for today, climbing up in the lower 60's. still mostly cloudy with breaks in the cloud deck for late day, windy for the first half of the day with those wind still up around ten to 20 f the north east, and temperatures climbing in the low 60's but still well below average. we should be in the lower
70's. just a chance of the passing sprinkle over the next couple of hours and then dry as we head into the the afternoon and same case overnight tonight. dry conditions. the mostly cloudy, breezy, lows dropping down to around 51 degrees and then big time improvement as we head into the the workweek. 72 degrees. sunshine on tuesday. wednesday, and thursday. just down right gorgeous, quiet conditions, wind on the lighter side. we will see some more active weather as we head into friday as a cold front sneaks through with a chance of the few showers on friday but mid week this week nicole will be great. >> looking good. >> lauren, thank you. lets check with ann in the cbs-3 traffic center. that nice weather will help you out too, ann, good morning. >> it will. we dent like rain in the traffic center, that is for sure. right now the the highways are drying out, and you're looking at the schuylkill at south street in, delays or problems on the schuylkill this morning. if you are out and about today you shouldn't have any problems so far, on the roadways, so we're going to move the traffic cam again, this is to actually right to
202 at allendale road right here near king of prussia mall n delays or problems on 202 this morning. it looks pretty fine. we will move that traffic cam one more time. here we go i-95 at the walt whitman bridge, i-95 is in fine shape this morning no accidents or construction or delays to speak of, and as you are taking the walt whitman that is in fine shape too, heading to the shore that flooding has receded off the ac expressway and garden state parkway and those two highways are good to go. you should not encounter any problems into the shore. that is very latest from the traffic center, i'm ann evans now nicole back to you. >> thanks for the update. still ahead, a new matt the day monday blockbuster that is out of this world, the new movies out in theaters. our idea washington sits down with damon to chat about it. we will hear from actor ted dan son about his new role on csi cyber making its second
you saw at 10:00 o'clock at cbs-3 the the second season of csi cyber premiers. the team is back on the case and season actor ted dan son joins the cast. >> just confirm that there has been seven burglaries in the past week and a half. >> i'm surprised, metro police should have noticed a pattern. >> not all have of them happened in the district, maryland, virginia as well, and also the the homes, the the system was shut down remotely and no one not the homeowners or police can identify the the burglar's point of entry. >> i know how our target got in. >> we had a chance to hear from the show stars patricia arquette and ted dan son about how the show takes a lot from
real life, let's take a listen. >> what i do is i look at these new devices that are out on the market. every day is there something new wifi or blue tooth enabled that are hackable, so we are trying to stay ahead of the bad guys so we have our own, in house bad guys that are now working for the fbi. >> all right. you can check it out tonight csi cyber airs at 10:00 o'clock right here on cbs-3. are you heading to the movies today? there is buzz about the philadelphia caption of the andy weir best selling adoption called the martian starring matt damon. our ukee washington has the the preview. >> i guarantee you, that at some point, everything is going to go south on you. >> ready. >> during a manned mission to mars mark watley does not make it back to the ship. >> mark is dead.
>> director ridley scotties master mind behind the film opening sand storm. >> we shot that on a sound stage we were in budapest on the biggest sound stage in the world and he got these giant ritter fans that are like, they are just massive fans and you turn the fans on and you get all this particles in the air and i mean you are really in, you are like getting push over by the wind. >> almost like a hurricane. >> and all this stuff blowing against you. you are in these space suits. it was really fun. >> reporter: in the so much fun on earth all-star cast play ace very concerned, brilliant group of men and women at nasa. and for a while they and remaining a astronauts in space are only ones aware of the presumed death but. >> this will come as quite a shock to my crew mates but and to the entire world but i'm still alive, surprise. >> this is an intense film but it has got some smiles too. >> i think it would have been too much if it did not have a lot of laughs, it would have
been just too much to sit through. >> mark is still alive. >> wow. >> in your face, neil armstrong. >> even the the first man on the moon would be proud of damon's character who is one of the world's top experts. >> he has to solve air, food and water. >> reporter: how he does is amazing while being full of surprises. damon was surprised at his research for the film when it comes to the the super intelligent, physical attribute that is actual astronauts possess. >> i was with the astronaut a couple weeks ago and put my hannan a back and it was like hitting iron. they are just amazing. the they are incredible specimens. >> you are pretty darn good your early is. >> yes, yes. >> but the the world, i never stopped trying to make it home.
>> that does look like a good one. coming up next on eye witt the necessary news, they are off on a final day of an emotional journey, 60 miles in the fight against breast cancer and we are live with those taking part 2349 in the cure and three take up next. we are learning about the deadly details of the umpqua community college shooting. i'm chris martinez with the story coming up. trying to dry out after heavy rain over the weekend. meteorologist lauren casey has what you can expect today. i think you'll like it. we will be right back.
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and, just about 8:30, and we have kind of a crummy week, weather-wise, we're hoping for improvement today and lauren casey can deliver. what do you think, lauren. >> so, it will be a little crummy today but not as crummy a as the last couple of days. >> technically speaking, right. >> technically speaking those are meteorological terms. we will improve things today and improving things in the the drastic way as we head in the upcoming week but already on storm scan three seeing a few breaks in the cloud deck. there is a break toward northern new jersey but still dealing with the low clouds, pretty uniform in nature across the area. temperatures consistent in the upper 50's along the coast to middle 40's in the poconos. 55 degrees right now in philadelphia. and, those wind, they have been cranking over the the last several days, and this morning it is no exception. up around 15, 18, 20 miles per
hour, and of course, we are seeing higher gusts. the current wind along the coast right now on the jersey shore 24 miles an hour in atlantic city. that is sustained not including those gusts. upward of 35 to 40 miles per hour and because of that, we still do have this coastal flood warning in effect. it does expire today though at 6:00 o'clock but we have some concerns, with that coastal flooding, we have seen reports over the the last couple of days, especially, with a mediate coastline with that flooding. too day we're looking better. blustery this morning. passing sprinkle. windy throughout the day. feeling brisk. temperatures are on the more mild side 63 degrees but still well below average. we should be around 70 but we will get there as we head into the the next couple of days and we will talk about what to expect a really nice stretch, coming up in a few, nicole. >> lauren, thank you. final day of the three day walk for the the cure is now underway. it is the last 20 miles of the 60-mile inspirationallal journey in the fight against breast cancer. cherri greg from kyw news
radio 1060 live at the convention center where walkers have taken off, they are out and about and on this journey, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nicole. i have moved, i'm now at 15th and jfk, three and a half mile mark from the convention center, they have about 16 and a half more miles to go. walkers are coming across the street as you can sianni besides these beads that i'm wearing and bright pink colors, one of the things that keeps everybody going is the cheering sections. i have a crew right here, they have cow bells. they are wearing the beads. they are cheering. they are even bringing their dogs out to say, and here's lewis, she's cheering her friend kristin on, right here. they are all very happy. lewis is here. you just gave someone a hug. >> that was my friend kristin. >> wonderful. >> so kristin, kristin's grandmother is a 20 year survivor. you were doing this walk with her previously. >> i did it three years before with her and she is at her
seventh year. >> reporter: what does it mean for you to be out here. >> i love to come out and support walkers because i know what they have gone through, and, walking 40 miles, and they will do another 20 today and i know how hard it is. just being out here, having the the support, it is just hurt and don't want to keep going, it gives you that extra push. >> reporter: 20 miles a day, that is a six to seven hour walk every single day, today it will end up at the the navy yard and every single walker, is there a thousand of them, they raise $2,300 that go towards breast cancer research, last year they raised about 3.8 million-dollar. and we will know later on today how much they have raised this year. live from center city, good luck, y'all, cherri greg kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news" you are part of the cheering section already, i love it. best of luck to those walkers, thanks. meanwhile a home swept away by rising water in cape
may county, still sits in the middle of the bay this morning. take a look drenching rain and high tides caused the house to snap free from the support beams in the lower lying area of middletown ship, new jersey no one was home when the the house broke away. home owner vows to rebuild. ologies are trying to figure out how on get that sinking home back to shore. storm battered ocean city with strong wind and beach erosion. folks road out the storm in different ways. our natasha brown has their story. >> reporter: brutal blinding whipping wind blocked out the sound of everything, except a bulldozer. while last minute gaps in the sand dunes were filled in, ocean city surfers did what surfers do and ignored safety warnings, patheling out into six to 8-foot waves. >> i am here, i think, with locals it is wait for october and november because we have have had winter come and hurricane season is coming. i think everybody is scared. >> everybody is scared after sandy. >> reporter: one man took
storm warnings with the grain of salt or sand perhaps but still, called in help from his brothers to secure his home. >> i had my brothers down here. we're getting furniture out of the way and stuff like. that we may be late with the win. >> reporter: heavy rainfall with the effects of high tide providing for early flood i go and road closures on the bay side of the island. but for one local surf that quickly made this a one and down outing. >> it is windy. it is 30, and the waves are big. six, seven, maybe 9 feet. i was hoping to get just one wave. >> reporter: rest of the shore residents are riding out stormy waters too relieved that the worst of hurricane joaquin appears to have missed the new jersey coast. natasha brown for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". meanwhile police have a four year-old boy in custody this morning in connection with the series of 15 armed robberies near drexel university campus. investigators say that the 14 year-old suspect is seen in this video attempting to use the victim's at in m card inside a convenience store at
38th and aspen. philadelphia police say that suspect lives in the neighborhood. >> just walking out of the store we noticed he was short. his shoulder went up to the push bar on the door. we still expected him to be as rick tim described eight to 25 but we were shock to go learn when we brought him in custody he was only 14 years of age. >> investigators say majority of the victims were female students. seven of the robberies happened in the last ten days. and a double shooting leaves one man dead and suspects gunman is behind bars. shots were fired in the 300 block of east wistar street in germantown around six credit 30 last night. philadelphia police say a 19 year-old was shot once in the chest and died at einstein medical center. twenty-nine year-old suspect was arrested after checking himself in the same hospital for a bullet wound to his rib cage. police are investigating a homicide in the nicetown tioga section of the city. police say a five two-year old woman was attacked and killed by a person that she knew. it happened inside of a rooming home in the 3700 block of north 18th street.
a 54 year-old man was taken into custody and unclear whether charges have been filed. police in deptford township are investigating a suspect murder suicide. the officers responded to the heritage housing development on idle wood way around 8:15 yesterday morning. they say that 67 year-old man called 911 to report a shooting in that home. when officers arrived, they found the man in his seven two-year old wife, suffering from gunshot wounds. and they were rushed to the hospital where doctors pronounced them dead. police have not released the couple's name, the heritage is a community for people over the age of 55. in oregon this weekend investigators released chilling new details since the deadly shooting rampage in the community college. one of the survivors said the gun man delivered a final message. cbs news correspondent chris martinez has the very latest. >> reporter: medical examiner, has determined that the cause of death of the shooter to be suicide. >> reporter: authorities now say that chris harper mercer died by his own hand, shooting
and killing himself after exchanging gunfire with police. >> the suspect is down. >> reporter: a newly released time line shows the shooter was down ten minutes, after the first call, to 911. >> to the families of the victims, our hearts are with you. >> reporter: authorities say gunman killed nine people, whose ages ranged from 18 to 67. sixteen year-old shyann fitzgerald was among nine people injured, she lost her kidney. >> she was shot through the back and it clipped her lung. >> reporter: ana boylen was sitting next to her, her family says his shooter singled out their victims based on their religion. >> he was asking people when they were christian. if they were christian he said something like you will be with god soon. that is what i have been told. >> reporter: shooter reportedly left a document with one of the students to hand over to the police, and it could offer more insight. a source described it as a rant of someone who was mad at the world. he wrote about feeling like a
loser without a girl friend. his hatred for black men and going out, in a blaze of glory. in roseberg oregon, chris martinez for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". 8:38 right now. joint aches and pains is a fact of life at one point or another but how you about zapping away pain without needing drugs or invasive procedures? it is a strap you wear on your leg. still ahead health reporter stephanie stahl shows us how that device works, we will be
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we do not really know. >> reporter: constant pain forced the six three-year old to limit activities and depend on up to 12 ibuprofen pills a day. he was relieved to find a simple solution. >> it is pretty amazing engineering. >> reporter: it is called well a wearable pain relief device. it looks basic. >> it is. is there nothing fancy. very straightforward. >> reporter: a slim battery powered band implanted with electrodes worn around a the calf. the electrical nerve stimulation can block pain signals. >> by tapping into your central nervous system. >> reporter: the company that makes well, says he works with chronic pain caused by a number of conditions including sciatica and osteoarthritis. >> it staple late sensory nerves in your legs which triggers release of open eyeds and those are the natural pain reliefers. they block pain throughout the body. >> reporter: david lives and works on the main line says is there a quite tickling
sensation when he wears the device eight hours every day and automatically cycles on and off. >> it doesn't bother you in anyway but you know it is doing something to effect the pain. >> reporter: some people can experience skin irritation, but for david, who has been using it since june, the device has significantly reduced his pain and even works, when he is not wearing it. >> it the is completely, controlled, the daily pain that i was having, and it has allowed me much faster recovery after physical exercise. >> reporter: the device cost $250.30 a month for replacement electrode strips. while nerve stimulation is proven for pain relief it doesn't work for everyone so there is a money back guarantee. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". 8:42. right now a little cold, rainy so far this weekend but things are clearing out. that is good news we have. how much sunshine will we see today? meteorologist lauren casey is back with your full forecast.
honey bees reduce a third of the america's food supply but last year half of the bees in the u.s. the disappeared. well, now scientists are tracking those bees in the wild. they have created a bee backpack that allows them to follow their movement. scientists hope that this tiny tool helps them unlock mysteries, behind their disappearance. so that is some small technology, lauren. >> yes, that is. you got to love science giving bees backpacks. >> weather science as well. >> yes, we have been dealing with these wind over last self days and eyewitness weather watchers checking in. we have wind damage, picture from our weather watchers, and 53 degrees recorded by ed in chesterfield. he has intense wind, and, that this powerful, and new one from strong wind, and, ed says
wires clearly still lingering there storm damage from these intense wind, due to the coastal storm off shore over last several days and cranking up wind speeds for us. minor storm damage here. limbs, leaves, higher water and a a lot of us have that to report. we have been dealing with this consistent weather pattern, with these strong wind and dreary conditions, and on shore flooding. so let's head closer to the shore where it is 53 degrees at margot's house in buena vista township n her commentary she's reporting overcast conditions with a side of chilly. it will be another hot chocolate kind of day, and that is for sure. the these dreary conditions, make you want to reach for your chocolate to warm you up a little bit. the conditions are looking dreary. as we look live at row roast beach, rough surf, waves continuing to pound, wind speeds out of the north east up around 35 miles an hour, temperatures are not too bad, but of course, with those wind and overcast conditions, look
there is one jogger out there, in the he will events in right now. fifty-seven in atlantic city. 61 degrees in wildwood. temperatures are not too bad if we have a little bit of sunshine and we didn't have strong wind. fifty-five right now in philadelphia. fifty-three in trenton. the little bit closer to the shore. 60 degrees in ocean city. our temperature starting to get cooler, at 60 degrees right now. storm scan three, better conditions then what we have seen over the last couple of days n rain to speak have of. the clouds, and deck starting to be patchy, areas seeing a little bit of sky peeking through. we will see low clouds lingering around and more in the waste of breaks in the cloud deck as we head into late afternoon and into the evening hours but the wind, this they will keep pulling from the the northeast up around 20 miles an hour along the coast and delaware beaches. but lighter wind speeds up towards the the poconos and we will see wind really start to light up especially north and west today. then we will see those lighter wind speeds as we had into monday and tuesday, particularly, along the the
coastline. so future wind speeds our model data showing us wind will start to calm down especially by tuesday morning, and then by late day tuesday, much more enjoyable conditions so far as the winds are concerned. hurricane joaquin latest advisory still a category three storm, wind at 115 miles an hour. it is starting to weaken as it moves its the way up in the higher latitudes and cooler waters. it will continue to move off shore, not posing a threat to the u.s. coastline and not posing a threat to us here in the delaware valley and that is definitely good news, and, some good news in your forecast for today, a morning sprinkle really passing on through, otherwise, windy conditions, man mainly dry with those clouds starting to break up a little bit as we head into this afternoon. this evening, sunset at 6:39. wind still out of the north around ten to 15. pretty breezy here. and, dropping down in the lower 50's, and wind do start to let up, as we head into monday. temperatures take a boost up in the upper 60's.
clouds to start. turning it over to more sunshine. and bright sunshine, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and really nice looking conditions, 72 degrees on tuesday. mid 07's by wednesday and then we're above average for us and another chance of showers, until we head into friday. so do you love watching the weather? you can be featured in our newscast by becoming a weather watcher. sign up now head to cbs philly.com/weather watchers. all right, lauren, thanks. i love watching weather when it looks like that. that last half of the week looks amazing. thank you. 8:49. the let check on the roads with ann, good morning. >> a serious accident we are looking at now, this is schuylkill eastbound, montgomery drive, at girard avenue, and we have, vehicles near a tree partially blocking a tree, and, and, overturned vehicle. and, two lanes blocked, the right lane, squeezing by, this vehicle, it is a very serious accident. we have police on the scene and we have an ambulance on the scene in the westbound lanes, but it is not really
affecting the westbound lanes but off to the shoulder. westbound lanes, passing by, moving along just fine, and through, away from the ambulance. eastbound lanes is our main concern quite jammed through montgomery drive and girard avenue as they try to clear out very serious accident this morning. we're going to move the traffic cam to i-95 right at the airport here. if you are trying someone to the airport or maybe heading off to the trip this morning, no delays or problems, on this portion of the i-95. it is in great shape. i-95 through philadelphia looks okay too. so on to ben franklin bridge, now the ben franklin bridge does have construction on it, eastbound, heading to, actually heading to new jersey, the the entire length of the bridge. right lane closed this construction scheduled through november, so far, no delays or problems, it is not affecting traffic. the further up if you are going to the shore no delays on the ac expressway organ even state parkway, earlier flooding is gone and both of those highways are good to go. the that is very latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm
ann evans now here's leslie with sports. the eagles in washington square off today, in the nfc east contest, the defense will have a tough test, facing the fourth ranked rushing offense and the eagles, ranked number eight, in stopping the run. eagles looking to stay consistent on the offense. they have been shut out seven of 12 quarters so far this year. sam bradford has gotten off to a rocky start in the five turnovers and throwing just two touchdowns. the eagles have made just 93rd downs, the second worst in the league. >> you know, we have not converted on third down. when you don't keep yourself on the field it is hard to get in the rhythm. we have to do a better job converting third downs so we can get in the rhythm. >> i don't think we're too far off. it will take one or two drives to get us going and once we get rolling, we will accomplish it, and we will be back and we won't be stopped then. we just to have get this thing rolling. >> phillies season comes to an end today, they will have 99
losses. fightins won't lose a hundred games for first time in 54 years. marlins took both games of the double header. game one-third inning philadelphia town four to nothing. bases loaded for codey ashes. he cleared them. freddie galvis, aaron altear and darren ruf score. next inning, brian at the plate, first pitch, goes to the opposite field, and fly ball goes right over the wall in left field for his second home run of the season. game tide. ninth inning, phillies have a a run, ken giles in for the save. it does not had happen. martin prodo at with line drive that he cannot get to chris yellis scores. game tide. marcell with the grounder just past andre blandco. marlins take game 17-six. game two, u.s. women's soccer team star and delran new jersey native carli lloyd, throwing out the first pitch, strike with the fanatic. alex asher got start for fightins and marlins will take a two to nothing lead in the thirst with justin bauer hitting a fly ball knocking in d gordon.
make aal franco making their first start since injuring his wrist in august and crush these pitch in the bush necessary center field. but that is not enough. marlins complete the sweep with the five to two victory. as city field, the nationals, max, did it again. he tossed a second no hitter on have the season. he had 17 strike outsetting a a team record. the last pitcher with two regular season in hitters, was hall of famer nolan ryan 42 years ago. that the is all for sports. i'm leslie van arsdal. have a great day. we want to include a programming note. coming up at 9:00 an earl a digs of nfl today. at 9:30 jets and dolphins are playing in london. there is not going to be cbs sunday morning or face the nation but they will be back next week. for the games to to take break out salsa and quacamole, it is national taco day. hard shells, soft shells, chicken, beef, fish, veggie, whatever you like, tacos are loved and eaten by millions each day.
and last year, did you know that the u.s. consumed 4.5 billion tacos. that is a lot of tacos. the that is, of course, national taco web site there is one of those. there is about 490,000 miles of taco which is enough to take you to the the moon and back. how about that for a nice visual. i'm sure i contributed to that number. we will take a short break. we will be right back.
we have had wind and rain. >> it is on its way out. rain is out. and, we have to contend with the wind, in the as gusty as what we have seen over last several days but still wind, pretty hearty, monday looks better. less wind. 67 degrees. and then tuesday, wednesday, and thursday break out sunglasses. >> right. >> that is beautiful. >> beautiful looking forecast. >> thanks, lauren. >> another reminder nfl today is coming up followed by jets and dolphins at 9:30. cbs sunday morning. face the nation will be back next week.
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