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>> from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". in about an hour, this is what the city will look like, thousands of runners will be off and running in the 22nd annual philadelphia marathon. we're live from the starting line coming up next. >> also, mangled wreckage, very violent crash on the boulevard leaves one person dead this morning. >> and brussels on lock-down, the terror threat in the city at the highest alert level as police hunt down suspect from the paris attacks. >> today is sunday, november 22nd, good morning to you, so glad you're with us, i'm nicole brewer. it is 6:00 right now. we want to check on the forecast specially because so many runners will be out and about this morning into the afternoon. how is it looking? >> actually good running weather, at least the temperatures 40's, low 50's, little winds to deal with.
battling that. >> hopefully it will be at their backs. >> that will help, exactly. but again overall feeling more like the middle of november. we have some true fall air coming in here, really today and tomorrow, we are talking about the coldest air of the fall season so far. waking up right now, not bad, especially from the city on south and eastward, still left over clouds from the cold front that came through. low and mid 50's, south jersey right now, but starting to clear, just to the north and west, looking allentown, 39 degrees, 45 reading, 42 mount pocono, the rush of the colder air that will continue to be transported into the region today, winds are also starting to kick up, 49 willow grove, pottstown, coming in at 44 degrees. westerly wind right now, sustained at about ten to 15 miles per hour, they'll continue to increase through the morning, and into tonight, it bridges in the colder air. there are windchills, especially north and wells of the city feeling like mid and upper 30's, dress warm, if you are headed out this morning. still left over cloud, especially from the city on south and east, not full sunshine today, but at least we will be dry.
that will be the trends into the upcoming work week. so let's check out the marathon forecast. kicking things off at 7:00. temperature right around 50 degrees, probably dropping few degrees in the first couple of hours, and temperatures kind of leveling off today. upper 40's, from about noontime, we make it to about 52 at best, for philadelphia, with some sunshine, low 50's at the shore, only mid 40's, up in the poconos. we will talk about even colder air tomorrow. that's coming up in the full forecast in a few more minutes, nicole, back to you. >> thank you, thousands every run remembers hits the pavement this morning in the philadelphia marathon. after terror attacks in paris animal i officials increasing secure tip for the race. cherri gregg from sister station "kyw news radio" 1060 live for us on the ben franklin parkway where it is about to get underway, in what an hour or so? good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nicole, that's correct n about an hour thousands and thousands of run letters hit the pavement. but security is tight right now this morning as you can see. they are streaming in, going through the security check
point here at 22nd and park town. as you can see, the police and law enforcement are highly visible, runners streaming in, they've been asked to use clear plastic bags to hold any items. as you can see those bags are being served, runners patted down as they enter the starting track area. spectators must also go through this check point as well. they are all along the race route. i'm here, with one of the runners, and her friends, they are all going to be running, i am here with michelle, who has been training, this is not your first marathon, but you guys took a lot of time to train. how long did you train for this? >> we trained for about 18 weeks together. >> wow. what's going through your minds as you all prepare to take on this challenge? >> we're all a little bittner just but excited. we've got each other. then couple of people along the course to help cheer us on. so we are looking forward to getting it going. >> now i understands mitchell you convinced your friends first timers watch in the world? i mean, what did michelle say to you to say okay, i'm going to take on the challenge?
>> we had all done half more thon training program before. so she said it won't be that bad. just double the distance. >> yes, so you have these brightly colored outfit to make sure folks see you as you run along the route. what's going through your mind first timer? >> i'm just real excited to do it, i don't know, see how it goes, hopefully it will. >> as i mention, he can security is tight here, they have the clear back packs that they are using to carry their items. are you ready to go through security, any concerns at all? >> no it, makes me feel better to know that they're being real thorough about it, so i have no problems with it. >> wonderful. thank up, good luck to all of you. the race kicks off at 7:00 this morning. if you are in center city, or anywhere along the race route, expect delays, there are 30 bus routes also being detoured. this is all about fun. if you come out, you cheer these runners on, be sure to use clear back packs, make sure you limit what you bring to the race course, but it is
all about fun. cheer the runners on, live from the parkway, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio". >> real exciting day, cherri gregg, thank you. new this morning, one person is dead and another injured after a multi car crash in northeast philadelphia. this all happened just before 10:30 p.m. on roosevelt boulevard atwood bun street. police tell us the driver of the vehicle lost control while traveling southbound and hit an utility pole. the car split in half and that driver was ejected. he died at the scene. the other victim suffered broken bones, but is expected to be okay. police are investigating. a truck loses control and slams into homes in pottstown montgomery county sending one person to the hospital and causing damage on the street. you can check out some of the damage here, downed street sides, siding falling apart on homes, all happening on north hanover street. peco crews were also on scene making repairs to equipment. one eyewitness says the site was devastating. >> we heard loud explosion
from inside the house. and it sounded like a war zone. and come out, and seen all of the houses with it, and i thought he fell asleep or something. at least three, four houses along the way, then spun around at the last second. >> it is unclear what cause that driver to veer off course. no word yet on who was injured or the extent of the injuries. a missing college student from our area has been found dead near berks county, 19 year old jacob's body discovered in the pinckney area of hawk mountain sanctuary. police believe he shot himself. he was a sophomore at washington college in maryland. officials say the cheltenham native pulled unloaded gun on classmate last month. he returned to pennsylvania, but then disappeared from his family's home last week. the college cancelled classes fearing marburger was arm. school officials say grief counselors will be available to students in need. >> to mali now, new images from inside the stormed by
terrorists, you can see the desperate measures some took to stay alive, some used mattress toss block the doors as they waited hours for help n all at least 19 people were killed, including one american, with ties to new jersey. >> to france now, where police say at least one suspect from the paris attacks is still on the run. he was last seen crossing the board near belgium. authorities in brussels have locked down the capitol as that manhunt continues. cbs tina krause with the latest from paris. >> police and soldiers are on guard across brussels and subways are closed as authorities warn of a terror attack similar to the ones in paris. officials believe suspected attackers may be in brussels. french police stalked him at the belgium border the morning after the paris assault, but let him go. authorities in turkey arrested three suspected islamic state militants saturday. one, who reportedly scouted sites, targeted in the paris
attacks. leanna paid tribute to the 89 people killed at the bataclan theater. she says we still live in fear knowing an attacker is still out there. >> two women, who escaped the massacre here in paris, almost ended up at this restaurant, but they chose a cafe across the street instead. they say that gave them the extra seconds they needed to survive. >> the friends heard gunshots, and ducked under their table outside just before a gunman opened fire on the cafe killing five people, the gun jammed, both ran for their lives. parisians are mourning who died at memorials around the city. american ricky steven son lives in par us. >> two and a half million people live in par ills. everyone has been touched by those 130 people who lost their lives. >> she came with friends to deliver a message. >> ♪
>> reporter: in paris, tina krause, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> meantime, the hacker group anonymous is declaring cyber war against isis. it says it is uncovered threat by the terrorists against the wwb survivor series, scheduled for today in atlanta now the fbi doesn't consider that threat to be credible. anonymous also says it is uncovered information about new isis attacks in paris. anonymous claims it has taken down more than 20,000 isis related twitter accounts. >> the syrian refugee crisis one of the focus on the campaign trail this weekend, presidential candidate donald trump says his comments this week about supporting government data base to track muslims were mischaracterized. cbs news core upon dent wendy gillette reports from new york. >> ♪ sweet home alabama ♪ >> donald trump backed off comment he made about government data base to trump muslims in elected.
he asked ask about the subject he didn't hear the question correctly, what he does want is surveillance of syrian refugees allowed in the u.s. >> i want surveillance every these people. i want surveillance if we have to, ann don't care, are you ready for this, folks, are you ready, i want surveillance of certain mosks, okay, if that's okay. i want surveillance. and you know what? we've had it before. and we'll have it again. >> fellow republican candidate john kasich also talked about the refugee issue during the town hall in berlin, new hampshire. >> i don't want syrian refugees to come here now because we don't know who they are. and you got to have a sense of who people are before you let them in. >> the bill is passed. >> on thursday the republican-led house easily approved a bill that would suspend the syrian refugee resettlement program in the u.s. president obama has threatened to veto the measure. he visited river ooh gee center in malaysia saturday
trying to keep americans focused on their plight. wendy gillette, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". coming up next on "eyewitness news", impressive win saturday. reaction coming up next. also, do you know what your team is drinking? there may be more than just soda in that can. warning about new line of products parents need to look out for. justin? >> cold air returns to the forecast today it, gets even colder. talking about the coldest air of the season, the start of the work week, details c
>> talking spots, eagles take on the tampa bay buccaneers this afternoon at home. both teams have identical records, they enter the game at four wins, five losses. mark sanchez makes his first start of the season in place of sam bradford who suffered a concussion and sprained left shoulder in last week's lost against the dolphins. kick off is set for 1:00 at lincoln financial field. >> and, we will get you ready for the home game starting 11:30 sunday. kick off, that's what we call it, the show there, sport director don bell, leslie van arsdale, pat gallen and the voice of the birds, merrill reese will join you live from the link at 11:30, right here on cbs-3. >> meantime, it was a big win for the temple owls football season. taking on memphis tigers, no you retain first place in the conference east division, moving to nine and two, on the season, with the 31 to 12 win. temple did clinch the aacs division tight walt win on saturday at the linc against connecticut in their regular
season finale. well, temple football fans celebrated the latest win by chanting the fight song at the linc. of course, they are filled with pride. take a listen. >> another week, we will beat uconn here next week, we are very excited. >> i come with my roommates to every game. it is a great atmosphere, great school spirit. >> this win is big. i think since 1979 they've done better than they ever have done before. and it is great. >> yes, so many people, so excited, once again, on to the regular season finale next saturday at the linc. let's hope they take that one home, move onto what is it the playoffs? you know more about this than i do, let's be honest. but good football weather. >> do you have dress warm headed out to the eagles game, temps, yes, classic mid-november. it could be worse this time of year. >> good for all of the runners out there. >> little windy but good running temperatures right around 50 degrees, but gets
colder tomorrow. some of the colds he is air since early april of last year, but check it outside right now, dry, that's good news for the marathon, still left over clouds, it was cold front that came through last night, that front was actually associated with all of the snow you heard about out in the midwest. but no precipitation from that front. most of it has moved off shore. looking at the ben franklin bridge, eventually we clear the skies out little bit. see some sunshine. check it out, storm scan3, the last of the clouds really from philadelphia on south and east. that's the actual front. pushing through right now, rain showers off shore. so drying out behind it, even some flurries lake effect snow showers breaking out northwest pennsylvania, and up-state new york. check out the temperatures. where you are stuck in the clouds, little milder, lower 50's, 53 atlantic city airport, 50 toms river, 51 dover, and harrington, delaware, them you get closer to philadelphia, similar numbers but to the northwest suburbs starting to break the clouds up little bit more. that cold air fit erring in, 46 degrees in malvern this hour. thirty-nine in lehigh valley, allentown airport, 45 reading,
42 in mount pocono. so getting push of colder air moving on in the region is this front. again, rain, will stay pretty much off shore today. just lingering clouds specially along the coastline through this afternoon. high pressure moves in the region tonight, and on monday. that will relax the winds. but just locks in that colder air. it will keep things dry through the day monday, even into tuesday, looking pretty good, as well. so nice start to the work week, just little cooler than average. then we warm it up, so thanksgiving holiday. again talking about the coldest air of the season. go back to early april to find these cold temperatures. this is what we are dealing with tonight and monday. lowest night 20's in most of the suburbs, highs will struggle to get to the mid 40's monday afternoon. so check it out. today, temperatures may actually drop few degrees into the afternoon with limited sunshine, upper 40's to low 50's at best for most locations. gets cold tonight. mid 30's for philadelphia, so talking about some 20's, to lower 30's in the surrounding suburbs, though, the winds
will continue tonight. so may not have to deal with any frost tomorrow morning. but look at the highs. they just struggle to get into the lower and mid 40's, that's running good 10 degrees below average for this time of year. so the forecast today, stays breezy, partial sunshine, especially this afternoon, northwest wind sustained ten to 20, gust to go 30. high temperature, 52. this is probably going to happen in the morning as we get the push of colder air, temperatures really drop through the afternoon. tonight few clouds, breezy, cold, 34 for the city. that means 20's in a lot of the suburbs. but check out this warm up coming up for thanksgiving. thursday we keep a lot of sunshine around, then our highs are running almost 10 degrees above average for thursday. high of near 60s degrees, and the extended forecast, we are in a dry stretch. look at the numbers. we take that quick hit in the four's monday. then we are back to the lower 50's, tuesday and wednesday, and the sun, 06 on thursday, and then "black friday", mid 60s, for the afternoon temperatures, that will be the warmest day out of the next seven. looks like another cold front will approach us saturday, bringing chance for some showers late in the day, still
not bad, highs upper 50's, nicole, we send it back to you. >> justin, thanks. on the hell watch this morning, growing trend in alcoholic beverages. some are calling it hard or spiked soda. health reporter stephanie stahl has more. >> when sarah picks up drinks for hank outs with her friends, she often choosing root beer beer. >> i like it because it is delicious. it is like drinking an awesome childhood drink, but in a adult way. >> as someone who doesn't drink much, i loved. >> sarah's favorite not your father's root beer made by small town brewery. >> we cannot keep up with the demand across the country. and consumers are ranking from 21 years old all the way through 80 years old. >> there is more where that came from. other hard soda flavors, cherry cola, orange, lemon line, ginger ale, industry insiders are watching the market grow. >> i think the trends toward spiked sodas it will happen and occur for the next year or two. >> these drinks appear to be popular with adult, but how about teens? parents, experts say, need to
warn their kids. >> really talk and engage with teens that these drinks are alcohol, regardless whatever content they come in, and how they're package the, but it is alcohol. we want them to make the right choices by not consuming it if they are under the age of 21. >> makes of not your father's root beer take drinking very seriously. >> we have 21 plus on all of our packaging, and all of the retailers then card, as well as bars. >> they say these sweet sodas are adults-only. and you can expect more of these spiked soda products soon. new brands of hard sodas are coming on to the market in early 2016. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". all right, still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, the bill cosby case at the center of a protest, where two dozen demonstrators rallied. what they are calling for. coming up next.
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i was barred from receiving anything because i was few months outside of the statute of limitations. >> some states have already al polished the state youth of limitations for rape. >> well, the car used by mobster tony soprano is a hit at the auction. 2003 cadillac escalade sold for more than $119,000. the suv was seen in the show's final three seasons it, actually bears the signature of the show's late star, actor james gandolfini, he signed the inside of the escalate in three places before he died in 2013. >> this is an interesting story. that is pie so popular it is actually hard to find. but what turned patti labelle's sweet potato pie into phenomenon? how it made one viewer literally sing like patty. is that even possible? now both he and the pie have become sensations. jeannie moos reports. >> it is pie that flies. >> off the chef at wal-mart.
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>> ♪ >> james is a hair-dresser, and an entertainer in l.a. after his review got millions of views, he got a very special phonecall. >> you know patty has that list ding tiff voice. she was like james. and i said patty. we talk like we new each other for like forever. >> she was just like you're an awesome singer. you're an awesome individual. she was like, child, you're going to go far. >> she has invited him to spend a day with her. james' review has inspired others. this guy, called his mom after the first bite. >> i'm going have to say miss patty's pie is better than your sweet potato pie, mama. >> everybody seems hung up on patty's sweet potato pie. >> ♪ patty pie ♪ patty pie ♪ >> jeannie moos new york.
patty cake make it shake! >> all right, james. go on. he's got a good voice, right? i bet those pies taste good, too. coming up in in ex half hour on "eyewitness news", good news for people mo like to do the right thing. there is a smart new way to alert your neighbors and report scammers, specifically, targeting people in your area. jim donovan shows us how easy it is to use. >> also, an uninvited guest. the furry creature that had to be rescued after getting trapped in a hotel hallway. oh, oh. and bundle up. a weekend chill continues. justin's back with your forecast next.
>> today is sunday, november 22, so grated you're with us, i'm nicole brewer. it is 6:30, we send it out to justin on the skydeck. little chilly out there, right, justin? >> little chilly. not stopping the people for checking out this marathon. ton of traffic out here. crazy. looks like just a rush hour evening here, not a sunday morning, and we're getting ready for decent sunrise coming up in about 20 minute. still left over clouds. clouds will thin out. partly sunny, but noticeably cooler today. it is also pecking up as far as windy conditions. fifty-two if he airport, 39
allentown, cold air specially clear out with the clouds cover, just to the north and west, colder air will continue to push it way south and eastward today. mid four's, quakertown, mid 40's pottstown. we may drop few more degrees, as we head through the afternoon. so, sustained winds, 14 miles per hour in philadelphia, 17 up in reading, it is that west to northwest wind, that start to bring in the colder air. still left over clouds, mainly from the city on south and east. the cold front moving on through. rain showers though that stay off shore today. but, it is just a dry, cool breezy day. what to expect in clearing skies as we head into the afternoon. temperatures stay below average, windy conditions, northwest wind up to 20 miles per hour, gusting to 30. so if you are checking out that marathon spectator, dress for some cold temperatures, and windy conditions, throw the sweatshirt on, temperatures around the start at ooh degrees, probably dropping few degrees through the event, by noontime, stuck upper 40's, afternoon highs, maybe get back up to 52 for in we're lucky, low 50's at the shore, mid 40's up in the
poconos. gets cold tonight, 20's, 30's, tomorrow everybody's going to be seeing highs only in the 40's, we will talk about how long that lasts coming up in a few more minute. nicole, back to you. >> justin, thank up. thousands of run remembers minute away from the start of the 22nd annual philadelphia marathon. cherri gregg from sister station "kyw news radio 1060", live for us, on on the ben franklin parkway with all of the excitement. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, nicole. security is tight here. thousands of runners have already been cleared. they walk through, they've gotten patted down, now ready to go to the starting area. i'm only few hundred feet from the area, as you can see, there is a clock over there. and it will get started around 7:00 a.m. more than 25,000 runners have trained for weeks and sometimes months, getting ready for the 26.2 miles that they will tackle today. runners, like these ladies here, sabrina, vivian, and monique, two of these ladies are doing half marathons, and vivian is doing the full marathon.
are you ready? you guys are with black girls run, i know, so are you ready? >> we're ready, have been training for this since august. we've been out getting our miles in. this is the day we've been waiting for, the weather is perfect, and we're ready to do this. >> all right. you put on some lipstick! monique, she was ready. i said do you want to go live? she said oh, yes, let's do it, put her lip gloss right on. >> yes, did i. >> what's going through your minds? first time? >> well, no, this is my fourth time. i'm excited. the weather is great. the heat is rough on me, so i appreciate this cool weather. i'm excited. >> see, i said, i know you were a pro putting on make up on for your fourth, marathon? >> first full. so excited. the crowd support is great. weather is perfect. we are ready. >> so any concerns, and increased security today, any concerns at all, or are you happen that i the second tour at this is increase in the. >> i love the police are out here and added security, makes
me focus on my run. and i'm just happy to have everyone out here in order to support philadelphia, we're going to do this, we are going to do this, so we're real excited about today. >> 60,000 spectators are expected to join these ladies, and other runners. they'll be cheering them all along the route. now, expect delays, there is a lot of road closures, and about 30 bus detours. but it is a fun day for the entire family, as these runners get ready to take off at 7:00 a.m. live on the parkway, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio", for cbs-3. >> cherri gregg, i love that they put make up on. they are going to look good at the finish line. that's fantastic. doing it up in style. thank you! all right, the delaware valley, answering urgent plea from an animal shelter that's run out of space and needs good homes for dogs. we first told you about the animal care and control team shelter in hunting park on "eyewitness news" friday night. all of the ken rest there result f shelter told us 34 dogs were adopted saturday. long-term resident dozer who
was among those who found a new home, the shelter is offering free adoptions for all large breed dogs. well, 2015 has been a tough year for police community relations, several high profile incidents have driven wedge between law enforcement and the communities they've sworn to protect. but there are some effort to change that. one of the more successful taking place right now in the city of camden. kenneth craig report. >> we can talk. >> moments like this, reinforce the new way of policing in camden, new jersey, might actually be working. >> and this is why. you have officers on bikes, you have officers on foot patrol. >> sergeant thorton has been an office nerve camden since 1996. about the same time the city was name one of the most dangerous in the country. >> as fast as could you lock one up, ten to 20 more would replace it. >> with the city's police department when it was disbanded two years ago. he is now part of the new camden county police agency, working to reduce crime and
bring residents and cops together. >> you are there to make sure that everyone gets home safe. >> from missouri, to baltimore maryland, police community relations are strained. >> the message is loud and clear, different rationship within their police departments. >> we're going to clarify the ethic. >> so camden is rolling out new training for its officers and new mindset. >> make it resistance. >> goal to turnoffs nears ethical pro tech ores, focusing on empathy, ethics, communication, to de-escalate tense situations. >> it reduces the gray area that you might lose your way and do something wrong. >> excessive force complaint are down 30% this year. which could save taxpayers money. president obama praise the training as a model for the nation. >> camden is showing that it can be done. >> sergeant thorton says he's
optimistic. >> everyone that comes here seize it is -- sees it is good people. they just need a chance. >> doing a great job. >> thank you. >> kenneth craig, cbs news, camden, new jersey. well, the philadelphia fire department is training the firefighters and paramedics of the future. fifty young people were honored during the closing ceremonies for the fire explores program. fire academy here on pennypack street, to ex plow program for young people ages 14-21, who are interested in working in the fire and ems field. well, with holiday season coming up: state police are stepping up effort to make sure families travel safe. "eyewitness news" at chapman ford in northeast philadelphia, where parents were able to get their child's carseats inspected for free to make sure they're working properly f2010 to 2014, penndot says 82% of children under age four were not injured at crashes while in their safety seat. >> well, there is one gift you may finds, you may have a hard time finding on "black friday". apple is experiencing a
stylish shortage. apple's ipad pro, pencil and smart keyboards, went on sale ten days ago, now the pencil and keyboard are in short supply. ones you can find are expensive, up to $650 on ebay. apple says there is a five week wait for them. and customers are reportedly stealing the apple pencil from demo stations in some apple stores. not cool. >> well, now for "3 on your side" report on scams. they are a growing business for criminals, now the better business bureau is provide agnew tool, that can help consumers from being targeted and ultimately ripped off. three on your side consumer reporter jim donovan explains. >> matthew webster was working on his computer when he received a pop-up similar to this one, claiming his laptop had a virus and he needed to call tech support. >> i couldn't do anything on my computer. my computer was lock up. >> webster called, through series of clicks, gave the person on the other end remote control of his computer. >> just kind of scary that they could get access. >> when they try to sell them anti-virus software, he
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>> scarry moments in chick click, fire breaks out in one of the city tallest skyscrapers. poured off east side window on the 50th floor of the john hancock center. five people were injured, investigators say the fire started in an apartment. there is no word on the cause. the iconic 99-floor building also has offices, shops, and popular observation floor. that fire happening while on major winter storm hit that city. part of the chicago area, have already received several inches of snow. the hardest hit areas are to the north and west of the city. cell phone video was sent us to from local tilley rapper pat money. out in chicago for a so. and says he almost got stick in his motel room. snow also causing problems at the city airport.
at o'hare, more than 2650 flights have been canceled, about 100 flights have been canceled at mid-way, so, yes, i mean, looks pretty out that way, let's keep it out that way, justin? keep it quiet back here at home. >> that time of year we start to talk about the winter storms. check out the snow cover now from the storm, some spots see the purple showing up to the west, northwest, chicago, potentially to up foot of snow. iowa, almost totally covered, extends all the way into the great lakes. that storm just kind of moved up to the north t broad some clouds in our area, that's what we're dealing with right now, check it out, especially down toward the shore, rohoboth beach. 52 degrees, along the shore point, because of the cloud, kind of holding in the temperatures. winds not too bad out of the west 7 miles per hour. that will be good surf. specially with the off shore wind. nice glassy conditions at the surf this morning, with the winds cleaning things upment cool, windy today, gets even colder tonight and tomorrow. coldest air of the fall season, but in a dry stretch. no big storm systems to talk
about, and it actually get warmer as we head through the second half of the seven day forecast, i'll show that you in just a minute. cloud cover holding in the temps, low, to mid 50's, along south jersey, the shore points, same deal, delaware, around philadelphia, same numbers, 52 at the airport, 51 in palmyra, great running weather for the marathon, just windy. overall these guys can take it. forty-six in quakertown, 47 told town, cold in allentown, 39 degrees. sign every colder air moving in from the north and west, still the cloud cover, you can see, the thickest band of clouds basically northern bucks, montgomery, chester county on south and east, cold front moving very slowly off shore. then we start to spin out the clouds lit bit up toward the poconos, the trends today. not full sun, clearing skies west to east through the day, maybe clouds kind of hold tough in south jersey and along the shore, we do clear out tonight. that allows temperatures to drop even more, then back to full sunshine, pretty much on monday few clouds around, overall forecast just stays cold for the next 24 hours.
and the reason is the jet stream. we have this cold pocket of air over canada. it is coming southward. here we go. talking about some of the coldest air we've seen so far this fall. it settles on top of us tonight and then tomorrow. it is short lived. so if you don't like the cold, wait few more days, jet stream back to the northment look at this, surging warmer air for thanksgiving and into the start of the thanksgiving holiday weekend. highs run good 10 degrees above average talking 60s. no 60s today, though. low 50's, upper 40's, temperatures may drop few degrees through the afternoon, cold tonight mid 30's around philadelphia, then tomorrow just stuck in the 40's, for pretty much everybody, except the poconos. you guys may be in the 30's for your highs. forecast for monday, 46 degrees, that will be the coldest day since we've had april 9th. how about that?
>> great football weather, 48 degrees, again, extends the forecast, not whole lot to talk b just cold air for the next few days, warm it up each day. big travel day wednesday. that's awesome. sunshine looks good, 53, thanksgiving, 60 degrees, good backyard football weather out to dinner then "black friday" shopping, look at that, mid 50's, nicole, i know you're taking that. >> that's good shopping weather, justin, not mad at that. thank you. 6:47. let's check in with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic centerment good morning, ann. >> and good morning to you, nicole. this is the day for the philadelphia marathon, spring garden street right in the middle of your screen. see the walkers, there the runners, preparing for the race that kicks off at 7:00 this morning. and we go over the closures with you. spring garden street shutdown, pennsylvania avenue and the schuylkill, the ben franklin parkway in each direction, the inner drives are closed, the art museum circle and 20th street. vine street expressway eastbound and westbound, the off-ramps closed at the
parkway, chestnut street shutdown between south 94th street and sixth street. kelly drive shutdown between the art museum circle and city avenue. along with race street between north fourth street and north columbus boulevard. very exciting times today. we move the traffic cam here to i-95. right at the linc. the linc to the left of your screen. again, we have an eagles buccaneers game today. so if you are headed up there, to do early morning tailgating there is no delays or problems on i95 now is a good time to go. moving the traffic cam one more time to the ben franklin bridge mid-span, ben franklin bridge in great shape this morning, with no delays or problems, further up, 42, 55, a.c. expressway, garden state parkway, all look okay. and mass transit this morning on or close to schedule for septa, new jersey transit, and the patco high-speed line. that is the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. i'm ann evans, nicole, back to you. ann, thanks for the update. 6:48 right now. an unusual site in utah. check out these flying sheep. wildlife workers flew around picking up big horn sheep.
this is done to make sure that the heard don't get too big. officials are worried about disease issues when a population gets too large. biologists have been moving sheep throughout the state since the 19 70s. that's interesting. they just pick them up, what, drop them somewhere else. all right, well, check out this unusual hotel guest. yep, it is an owl. he got into the attic of the ritz carlton in aspen, colorado somehow found its way to the fourth floor. police officers grabbed the birds in a blanket, calmed it down, then released it back into the wilds. wow. going head-to-head with a owl. that's kind of creepy. well, drones are expected to be a hot holiday gift this year. nan this segment, cnet.com sharon has three things to know about owning a drone. >> if you own a drone, first thing to know is that you can't fly them everywhere. here are the basics. drones have to fly below 400 feet. you have to be able to see it
at all times, and they should stay at least 5 miles away from airports, and out of national parks. some drone makers like dji built in gps technology that automatically keeps your drone out of these no-fly zones. but, if yours doesn't do that, there are maps available on the web. you'll also have to register your drone. the us department of transportation will soon require that drone owners file their ownership in a national registry. details and guidelines on how you can do that will become available at the ends of november. and finally, it is not always a good time to fly. drones are light weight, and don't have a casino of power. so, in most cases, you should only fly your drone when the conditions are clear, and the winds is calm. in san francisco, i'm sharon,
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that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ >> buccaneers, and mark sannies will get the start for the birds, both teams four and a records. eagles have a chance to move into first place in the nfc east with a win. birds defense will have a difficult match up. the bucks are led by this year's number one overall pick james winston. main tactor seconds year wide out mike evans, caught 27 passes in the last four games. >> i'm obviously james winston, getting a whole bunch of targets, a lot of times he's covered, just throw it up to him, and a lot of times he makes those plays. so that's something that we got to look to defends. >> and we will get you ready for the clash between the eagles and buccaneers starting 11:30 today on sunday kick offment join me, sport director john bell, pat gallen
the voice of the birds, merrill reese live from the link starting 11:30 right here on cbs-3. >> the temple owls just one win away from going to the conference title game after taking care of 21st ranked memphis. we pick up the action for you in the second quarter, owls down six-nothing, pj walker finds, and makes the catch for the defender. temple with seven-nothing lead. still in the second, the hand-off to david hood. the freshman broke a couple of tax else on his way into the end zone, 14-yard score. owls expanded that lead 14-six. first play of the fourth quarter, temple with the trick play, kip pat on, he went 13 yards for the score. temple shutdown memphis 31 to 12. >> you have to have seniors who aren't focused on their features, seniors aren't disappoint bad last week, have seniors out there, leading the way. our seniors led the way today. and i couldn't be prouder. >> it is the greatest win in the program right now. we got one more, that would be the conference championship. one more though.
>> out to hey valley we go, where penn state played final home game of the season against 12th ranked michigan. it was a white out at beaver stadium over 107,000 fans hoping the nittany lions would remain unbeaten at home just over two minutes left in the second. christian hits blackall, with a pass to put the nittany lions up ten to seven. wolverines come right back. screen pass to amara goes through the penn state defense to score from 11 yards out. that will gives michigan the lead for good. they beat penn state 28 to 16. the knits ends the regular season next week at michigan state. >> flyers on the road last night in ottawa the orange and black have a problem. put that puck into the net. they are last in the league in scoring with 1.79 goals per game average. steve mason in the net for the fifth straight time. hoping he would get a little offense, second period, flyers down a goal. two on one, mike hoffman beat the sliding mason for the goal, and it gets worse, still in the second, senators back on the attack, milan mccall
inch right through mason's pads into the ned. the flyers lose this 14 to nothing. >> you probably know it has been minute since the sixers won a game, march 25th to be exact. since then dropped 23 straight games, so would that losing streak end? last night they tried to ends it in south beach. fourth quarter, sixers up by eight. robert covington pulls up behind the three-point line. makes the basket. sixers up by 11. heat fought back. under three minute left. sixers up by three until yep. this, drains three ball. sixers 11-point advantage gone. heats up a bucket less than minute left. dwyane wade drove to the basket. the floater misses but the rookie just continues winslow tap is good. sixers played well but lost their 24th straight game 96 to 91. that's all for sportsment i'm leslie van arsdale, great day, go birds. >> go birds. that's it for "eyewitness news" at 6:00. here's what we have for you coming up at 7:00. there are record number of car recalls, but not enough parts
and mechanics to fix them. what you can do if you're left waiting. we'll explain. plus look to go spice up your thanksgiving meal this year? well, we are talking turk think morning on "eyewitness news", we'll have more on how you can spice up those side dishes from the big meal. >> and, getting pretty chilly out there. it will be a cold one today for the philadelphia marathon, and eagles game, hopefully the winds will be at the runners back, what we like to say, justin with a look at your forecast next.
>> any moment, run letters take off in the second annual philadelphia marathon, and if you're coming to watch, there are some additional security concerns, you should know about. we'll have all of the details coming up next. >> plus, run remembers going to be little chilly this morning. it is casino every a cold and windy day ahead. justin has your forecast next. >> president obama vowing to stop isis. more on the terror threats around the world as officials search for suspect, linked to the paris attacks. today is sunday, november 22, good morning to you. so glad you're with us, i'm nicole brewer. it is 7:00 right now. we sends over to justin for more on the forecast, big day, race weekends. >> yes. >> hoping, i mean, little cold, little windy.