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a rough ride, ahead today, thinks a live look at the weather, that is heading in our direction. storms scan three, showing a line of thunderstorms due to a arrive just in time to slow down the ride home this afternoon. good afternoon everyone i'm pat ciarrocchi. i'm erika von tiehl. our stretch of beautiful fall weather will come to an end. dry right now but just give it a a few hours you may need
that umbrella a we will check with kyla grogan outside on the sky deck. what do you think a few more hours left of sunshine. >> definitely, it is gorgeous out here right now, we are feeling wind pick up, southeasterly wind, very different from this morning. an indication of the weather coming our way. right now it is lovely out there. in center city if we look the at the temperature it is 75 degrees out and you can see that wind of 14 miles an hour and it is getting breezy as we speak. now this is, a live look the at storm scan three. you can see stormy weather rolling through central pennsylvania. southern part of the line of storms that is what will be tracking toward us here in philadelphia. set to get to us a little bit later in the day. we are under a marginal risk for severe thunderstorms. that means heavy downpours, gusty wind and thunder certainly possible with these storms as they make their way toward us. unfortunately yeah, if you are on the road at this time it could be tricky. the the timing of this if you are northwestern pennsylvania, lehigh valley, four to 6:00 p.m., philadelphia and
suburbs six to 8:00 p.m. and coastal new jersey is even later at 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. this evening. so let's track the storm and show you once these storms get out of here and there we are at 6:00 when heavier storms are expected to go through philadelphia a, then high pressure takes over and leaves news a good spot for our at day and even our sunday. now we're talking clear skies and now we're talking sunshine. cooler temperatures. the classic set up with the cold front passing us by and temperatures crop down to high in the 50's on saturday. look at that sunshine on sunday. 70 degrees. if you are going to hit the road, do leaf peaking this weekend, saturday and sunday are great for taking the drive. weather is in problem. it is not at its peak but we have moderate levels heading over into western pennsylvania. so not bad. i'm going to be back in a bit with your seven day forecast and get overall picture and we will talk more about the timing of the storm as well, ladies, back to you. kyla, thanks very much. car crashes full speed in the south jersey home and it is all caught on tape.
this is security camera video from a neighboring home, you see the driver leave the roadway, cross through the front yard at one property and then straight into the side of the second home this all happened yesterday afternoon on pine ridge court in washington township, gloucester county. we are told there were people inside the house when that suv plowed into it but they were not injured. police are telling us that the driver was taken into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. the owner of the southwest philadelphia auto tags shop is fighting for his life this noon after a brutal attack inside his business. our steve paterson joins us now from southwest philadelphia with more on the search for the suspect, steve, good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon,er contact latest from police is they have surveillance video from this area that not only shows at alleged purpose traitor going inside but also shows him, going out. but it is those 20 minutes and moments, in between, that both neighbors and police are calling horrific and left a whole lot of blood on the
scene last night. i want to show thaw scene taken from last night. police say this happens with daylight, to spare, shortly before about 6:00 a man enters the southwest auto tags, the business behind us, armed with a knife. a at that point, a at this point, excuse me, it is still being called an attempted robbery. but inside this store, the owner, a six two-year old patrick spinosa i'm told he was saab in the head, stab in the upper body, some 20 times before police say he basically left for dead. police saying that the video also shows the suspect walking outcast you'llly locking the door before he flees. we spoke with the lieutenant on the scene who tells us more about what happened here. >> hopefully somebody sees something, this poor person is here trying to make a dollar for his family. he received some very serious injuries from this individual. he didn't to have do that. he have is a six two-year old man who was fairly unarmed inside the business and just stabbed him over 20 times is
just unacceptable. >> reporter: spinosa remains in the hospital in intensive care in critical condition. friend and people that know him hearsay that he went through one surgery but has many more to go great my possible recovery n word if or when police will release that video that reports to show the suspect but if they do, we will of course, play it for you as many times as it takes to help catch this guy. for now we are live from southwest philadelphia, i'm steve paterson for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> steve, thank you. twenty-five customers remain without power near fifth and south street this noon while repairs are made to a water main break. the 10-inch main broke last night and there was water on fifth street right there within the hour, as work continued. there was some 50 customers without power last night. it is not clear how long the water and electricity will be off though for remaining customers. authorities say that the main is buried underground so the work may take a while. two teens are recovering this noon after being shot late last night, in the city's
stenton neighborhood. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch tells us that detectives are not only looking for who shot those teens but also, why one of them was driving a stolen car. >> reporter: this bullet blasted honda a crv is now a clue, philadelphia police are collecting after a nearby shooting left two teens critically wounded thursday night. >> i had people coming outside, people talking and stuff, so i just looked outside the window and i seen the cops and stuff. >> reporter: about 11:00 p.m. came calls of shots fire on the 7900 block of temple road. this neighbor recalls hearing the at least five. >> i knew there was a shooting. i knew that it was that close. >> reporter: her 19 year-old neighbor managed to run home to his mother's house where he collapsed from gunshots to his chest and stomach. that teen was not the only victim. soon came word of another 19 year-old found shot, in a rear driveway off east arena street in cheltenham avenue that victim was more than likely in
the driver's seat of that vehicle on temple road when he was shot, after being shot, he drove about two blocks, to phillena and cheltenham avenue in the rear driveway where witnesses saw him pull up in the driveway, get out of the vehicle, and then collapse. >> reporter: it turns out that shot up honda was reported stole men chestnut hill, so the the wounded teen believe to have been driving could also face charges. as victims recover at einstein police are looking for two male suspects seen running south on temple road. in stenton, justin finch for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we have some breaking news now just in right now, two people are at frankford torresdale hospital this noon after they were hit by a car while demonstrating outside dietz and watson plant in tacony. it happened on the 5700 block of tacony street just after 8:00 this morning. it is not clear what cause that had accident and police are investigating. fire fighters in delaware county are responding to an unusual call, they were called to help free, a man's finger
that was stuck in the gas tank of his car. "eyewitness news" on the scene yesterday, this is a at upper darby wash and lube on chester pike. the the man reportedly told fire fighters someone put chocolate, in his gas tank, and he was reaching into it to try to clean it out. fire fighters first tried to free the finger using lubricant but ended up sawing autopsy the pipe. the the man was taken to penn presbyterian medical center get the pipe remove and his hand free. student is killed in the quadruple shooting on the campus of northern arizona university in flag staff. a confrontation between two groups of students spark the gun fire. one student was kill, and three others were wounded. it happened early this morning in the dorm parking lot. police identified the shooter as an 18 year-old freshman. he was arrested at that scene. meanwhile president obama departs joint base andrews in route for oregon. later today president obama ace scheduled to meet
privately with survivors and families of those killed in the community college last week. his visit a has not been well received by some locals who disagree with the president's call for tighter gun regulation. gun rights activist plan to protest his visit. two people are ticketed for flying a drone near the white house today, the drone crash landed, on thee lips, a grassy a area between the white house and the washington monument. park police, confiscated the remote controlled aircraft and issued operators citations. they could face a fine as high as $25,000. well, coming up here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" at noon a little known group from tunisia is recipient of the this years noble peace prize and why some are considering them an under dog. and remembering paul prudome, the chef who popularized spicy cuisine, we will be right back.
comedian bill cosby is testifying under oath on day for the first time in a decade, in connection with the sexual assault allegations. cosby's deposition in los angeles today involves jidith huth who accused cosby of sexually assaulting her at the the playboy mansion in 1974. huth was 15 years old at the time. cosby's attorneys denied a claim saying that her former attorney, tried to extort $250,000 before filing the case.
and they also say that huth tried to sell her story to the national inquirer ten years ago. dozens of women now accuse cosby of rape, cosby admitted in a previous deposition in 2005 that he had obtained quaaludes and gave them to women with whom he wanted to have sex but he then said both the drugs and sex were consensual. the philadelphia native has never been charged with a crime. this is the awarding of the noble prize's with the noble peace prize awarded this morning in stock who will knowledge. jonathan vigliotti introduces to us winners of the tunisia pro democracy group. >> reporter: one of the world's top prizes went to the under dog. >> noble peace prize for 2015 is to be awarded to the tunisia national quartet. >> reporter: little known civil society group was recognized for maintaining stability in tunisia after 2011 arab spring. the the norwegian noble
committee said quartet exercised great ministerial authority to advance peace and democratic development. tunisia a organization beat others to take home the million-dollar prize. pope francis was considered a front runner for his role in bridging relations between cuba and the u.s. german chancellor angela merckel was high on the list for opening her country's board tours hundreds of thousands office migrants. the noble committee says this years award was meant to encourage the tunisia people and to inspire others, particularly, in the trouble middle will east. jonathan vigliotti for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we have some more breaking news at this hour, lincoln high school in the mayfair philadelphia neighborhood is on lock down after a possible threat was reported. police are telling us that they received a call about 11:00 o'clock this morning that a student left a gun, outside of the school. home land security, the swat teams, and also officers from
the the 15th district are now on the scene, we are told that the student is in custody, and in the principal's office. a search is now underway for that weapon. we will continue to follow this developing story, and have more information, as it becomes available. celebrity chef paul pew home has passed away. he was credited with spicy case cuisine. he rose to fame as an executive chef of new orleans commander a's palace. and then went on to open up his own series of restaurants. he had several best selling cookbooks and television cooking shows. prudhomme died after a short illness yesterday. he was 75 years of age. >> we were growing up with the the seasoning, and everything. >> yes. >> for sure. >> still ahead this noon, the top 25 up and coming jobs for millennials in our philadelphia a a job market report. >> kyla, we have some stormy weather moving in. >> we do, we will time that out for you and i've got better news for the weekend. we will talk about the good
well, okay a little bit of stormy weather moving in our direction. >> yes,. >> but weekend is okay. >> everybody is a little scared because we had such a um, um weekend last weekend but good news we will not be dealing with that this weekend. what we will deal with is this afternoon and tonight and once it is out of here it is out of here and we have a great weekend on tap. let talk about what we can expect into the evening hours, and we will take a live look first at center city and you can see there we're looking nice. one of the deals where it depend on which direction you look in. you cannula in one direction you will see blue skies. looking in the another direction you will start to see clouds kicking up. we will see cloud win out the day when it is all said and done and we will have stormy weather rolling in but right now it is not bad. cloudy but not bad. temperatures are quite nice. we will see scattered showers this afternoon.
it could slow down our afternoon drive time, you know, not a lot of rain between tenth of an inch to .3 of an inch but thunderstorm parties part that has got me concerned. we have a warm day. 75 degrees already in philadelphia. seventy-five down in wildwood. sixty-five up in mount pocono. so they are cooler though. the wind is starting to pick up out of the southwest and you note ace long the shore here 16 miles an hour wind in atlantic city. 14 miles an hour in philadelphia my hair was blowing around when i was outside on the sky deck. we will look at storm can three. you will see blips on the radar here but really that is just beginning of the story. the bigger picture is when we zoom out and see stormy wet's head of the cold front and notice we are seeing yellow and oranges showing up there in the western side of the state. these thunderstorms can pack a punch everybody. that is the problem is that we have potential of it being severe this afternoon. looking at the future rain amounts it is no the that bad. i'm not concerned with flooding here with the numbers are .3 of an inch, it could be localized pockets.
but i'm concern we are in the marginal risk for these storms being severe, downpours, gusty wind, thunder and it just could get nasty out there down right nasty. lets track this forward for you. we will get to that six or 7:00 p.m. time frame and right in philadelphia coming in later then traditional rush hour. people get out early. by the time we get to saturday it is gone, out of here. we will be lining ourselves up for a absolutely gorgeous fall weekend with mostly sunny skies, cooler temperatures. when a cold front passes us by we will get clear skies after it passes with the cooler temperatures. we are talking 60's. really great fall weekend heading out, to a football game perhaps. the eagles will be taking on new orleans and at 1:00 p.m. kick off, sunshine and 68 degrees. that is a sweater, right, sitting outside, perfect football weather. monies columbus day and that too is going to be gorgeous. temperatures warming up again. 73 degrees and sunshine. if i will hit the road for road trip, leaf peeking, just
taking a stroll through philadelphia, you are in good shape for this weekend but today we have to get through showers first. 79 degrees as a high, warm out there, wind picking up out of the southwest and in the city it will be between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. time frame we are looking for showers and possible thunderstorms. they will even tonight. our low of 56 degrees and then we will get to the good stuff a as we head to the weekend. we will cool down but sunshine should be beautiful and saturday high of 66. gorgeous on sunday right into your monday. you know what columbus day i don't think you could ask for better than. that as we get into next week a few showers possible on tuesday. i don't think a lot but just a few sprinkles coming our way and then we will settle into more fall-like pattern. our average should be 69 degrees. so today we're 10 degrees above that. >> we will take it. >> we will get back soon. >> we are just settling in. >> thanks, kyla. >> time to check your philadelphia a jobs market report. >> cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here with more. >> new report is naming top 25
up and coming job field for millennials, advocacy group young invincibles, examined government data on pay, project growth and share of young people working in each jobs. not surprisingly, about half of the positions are in the areas of science, math, engineering or technology. but for those not numbers oriented one area worth exploring is public relations. pr special looks promote and maintain and favorable public image for organization that is they represent. they design media releases, plan direct public relations programs, in order to raise awareness for their client's work and goals. they help their client communicate the effectively with the public including drafting speeches and arranging interviews for executives. in the philadelphia area mean wage for pr specialist is american $65,500. and this career path could lead to to becoming a manager who earns more than $100,000. i'm jill schlesinger for cbs-3 "eyewitness
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activities and a demonstration of healthy cooking and thank goodness they are walking earl bay we have rain coming. >> yes, we do timing for us will be around five or 6:00 p.m. we will see it in philadelphia, in fact, taking a lot radar quickly to show you what is going on a few sprinkles going on. that is not where the main axis. you can see yellows and oranges moving through western pennsylvania. so be prepared, eyes to the sky, everybody, and it will be out of here by the time we get into the the late hours tonight. >> great. >> that means a good weekend head. >> that is "eyewitness news" at noon i'm path the sir. i'm erika von tiehl. for kyla and all of us here thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues a at 5:00. we are always on line at cbs philly.com. >> the young and the restless is up next.
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