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a tap on the septa a bus police are asking for public's help to find this man who stabbed a fellow bus rider. and a dog reunites with his family after he was shot during a home invasion. presidential candidates are wrapping up a miles crisscrossing iowa trying to win over last minute undecided voters i'm craig boswelcoming up. today is saturday, i'm rahel solomon justin drabick is here with eyewitness weather. the justin can you believe we're at the end of january and on a warm note. >> part of the winter we are coming out of normally the coldest time period of the career but we are talking about spring-like temperatures
of the week. fifty's, 60's. the it comes with a price with some rain that will help melt some of the snow more. we are having a nice gradual slow melting processing on. the that is huge. with steady rain on the way wednesday we don't to have worry about flooding at least big time flooding at this point. as we finish off the weekend still cold this morning, below freezing, so watch out areas of black ice on the untreated surfaces in the lehigh valley berks county. thirty-one now at the airport in philadelphia. freezing in willow grove. twenty-eight pottstown and doylestown. here we go this tells the story the temperature change compared to 24 hours ago or anywhere from three to 16 degrees warmer. that is a a sign of milder air mass, moving in. wind are pretty much calm to 10 miles an hour or less depending where you are. the wind chill values running just a few degrees colder then what the actual air temperature is. not the most sunny day, we will have some clouds rolling through so we will have partly
sunny, but temperatures not bad. upper 30's by 9:00. mid 40's by noon time. we will make to it 50 degrees. low 50's with a little more sun at the shore. even in the poconos and above freezing we're talking about lower 40's. we will keep it in the 50's for first half of the week and then even 60's. and then we will time out that rain in a few minutes. >> all right feels warmer, thank you. septa riders are on alert after a disturbing attack, and police say they are still searching for the suspect. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live with the very latest. cherri, good morning, what can you tell us. >> reporter: i can tell you that the the suspect is said to be a man who was a passenger on the route 56 septa bus. i understand that he stabbed a fellow passenger during a disturbing altercation. now police released surveillance video hoping that the public can id this man. police say it all happened friday afternoon around
2:00 p.m. near the intersection of torresdale avenue and paul street, surveillance video from that septa bus shows the suspect wearing a blue shirt getting on the bus. police say he did the not have proper transfer, the driver questioned it but let the by on and then he was irate the the entire time. driver called police and asked the suspect to get off the bus. when the guy refuse add a frustrated passenger stepped in, pushed the suspect off the bus and a fight ensued. it ended with that suspect stabbing the passenger turned victim several times in the neck. lieutenant dennis rosenbaum of northeast detectives say many other passengers not realizing how serious left the scene to catch other buses which is why police need the public's help. >> anybody knows him please call our tip line. it the is a in must. we are looking to be pointed in the rate direction and if anybody that was the bus that left before police got the there has additional fur or knows who this person is to
call northeast detectives. >> reporter: the man is described as in his 30's, 5 feet 10 inches tall. he wore a blue shirt and light colored jeans. for those taking septa buses, police have have said that if this type of situation happens, don't get involved, just let police do their jobs. a photo of that suspect is a railable on cbs philly.com. live from northeast detectives, cherri gregg for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherri, thanks very much. within person has died have after a shooting overnight in west philadelphia. the victim is believed to be in his mid 20's. police say he was shot multiple times in the back seat of the koran 60th and pine street. he was transported to presbyterian hospital where he was pronounced dead. no arrests have been made. a public i shot trying to deeven if his owner is back with his family this morning. seven month-old rhino was released from the vet specialty and emergency center in south philadelphia.
two weeks ago the the boxer pit bull mix was shot the in the leg during a violent home invasion on the 4600 block of tenth street. rhino's owner, was shot and killed. family members who believe rhino was attempting to save her life say they will cherish the puppy. >> i'm happy. i think my brother would be happy. >> from the moment he walk in here and we were all helpful, they were treating him like he was part of the family. >> and there is a $20,000 reward for information leading to the killer. police now have a a suspect in custody in connection to the shooting incident at a philadelphia high school. a shot was fired on friday during a fight at the ben franklin high school on broad street. police have five students out in handcuffs and witnesses later led police to the home of another juvenile, they searched that home and arrested the teenager. the teen's identity is not being released.
no word on any charges. a community is remembering a pottstown woman who died while shoveling snow. eighteen year-old brianna who suffered from a heart condition and eight months pregnant was found unconscious by her brother a after this weekend's major winter storm. she was later pronounced dead at the hospital. a a go fund me page has been set up to help would the man's family. find the link to that page on cbs philly.com. and all three inmates who escaped a southern california jail are now back in custody. hussein nairi and jonathan chew were found hiding in the stolen white van saturday morning park in the whole food in san francisco. that is nearly 400 miles from the orange county jail from where they escaped. the third inmate surrendered on friday. we are one day away from the way caucus and new poll is out that shows donald trump in the lead on the g.o.p. side and democrat hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and
neck. craig boswell is on the campaign trail with the very latest. >> reporter: republican presidential candidate donald trump is on top in the des moines register's final poll before monday's iowa caucus. he has a five-point lead over ted cruz and 13-point lead over marco rubio. >> it all doesn't matter if you do not caucus on monday. >> reporter: cruz led this poll in early january but he has been under attack from trump and rubio. >> ted cruz has been my friend and it is. he has been deciding to run a very deceitful campaign. >> reporter: hillary clinton is hanging on to a small lead. bernie sanders is within the polls margin of error. >> when we began this campaign we were 3 percent in the national polls. here in iowa it is virtually tied. >> reporter: clinton is in damage control after the state department said would it not release 37 pages of e-mails from her personal server that are now classified top secret.
>> i want all of these e-mails out. i take classification very seriously. >> reporter: clinton's rally with supporters and undecided voters. she said the e-mail issues is something they are considering. >> this is very high level, national security issue. >> reporter: with the polls so close, experts say that the undecided voters will make a difference n des moines, iowa, craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of the iowa caucus. we will bring you updates throughout the day on tv and on line at cbs philly.com. today is last day to get health insurance coverage for 2016, we will have more details on the health care enrollment deadlines coming up next. also ahead growing evidence that what a mother to be can have a lasting impact on her baby's health and raising the risk of autism. a snowy tribute to a football favorite just days before the super bowl but
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pennsylvanians had signed up, including 275,000 right here in the philadelphia area. but that is still leaving hundreds of thousands uninsurance. penalty for not having health insurance is jumping to a minimum of $695 per person, or two and a half percent of household income. on the cbs-3 healthwatch with autism rates sky rocketing there is new research that identified two risk factors or things that increase chances of women having children with developmental disorder. health reporter stephanie stahl has details on his study. >> reporter: diabetes and obesity are at epidemic levels of women of child bearing age. now they are linking the two conditions to the increased risk for autism. >> we found mothers who were obese and diabetic during pregnancy had a risk four times greater than moth hours didn't have their child developing autism. >> reporter: study public in the journal pediatrics found a higher autism wrist income
mothers who developed gestational diabetes. >> there are thoughts about how distressed immune systems during brain development of fetus can create developmental disabilities. >> reporter: doctor paul wang from autism speaks says the study helps understanding of what causes autism will which is also partially genetic. >> i think it is very clear actually that the processes that under lie autism in a large majority of the cases at least start before birth. that is true for genetic factors, that is true for things like pollution exposure. >> reporter: experts say it is important for pregnant woman to avoid a variety the of potential autism risk, including gaining too much weight. >> it is estimated that one in 68 children have autism in the united states, and experts say, rates have been increasing dramatically. i'm stephanie stahl for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, many of us across the nation have, a little extra snow on our property and we see one pennsylvania family decided to get ready for the super bowl will with a cam
newton theme snow man. lets look at this this family is steelers fans but you wouldn't know it by this larger than life depiction. so why make a snow man of the panthers quarterback. >> we like what he does. we like the dab. we like how he treats kids during games. he gives them football. >> i'm a big fan of the dab. the the family started with the big pile of snow and brought it down with the ice scraper. it took them five hours over the course of two days to make. justin, you are a very smart guy but i don't know if your snow man skills are quite on that level. >> no, i can't do that. all that hard work, unfortunately it will be warm this week. our snow pack has been already halfway gone. it is unbelievable. >> snow melt. >> we will get that melting going on. we will get rain in here so it will felt more but we are getting a slow melt, but we're
talking about spring-like temperatures coming up this week. march and april-like numbers over the next few days. check it out outside you can feel the difference. it is cold, still below freezing but nothing like yesterday. we were down in the lower 20's in many locations. we have cloud cover over us, acting as a blanket holding these temperatures up. we also have a push of warmer air coming from the south and west. so nice quiet start to our sunday morning. that is the trend this afternoon just a great way to finish off the weekend and we will kick off warming trend today. temperatures up around 50 degrees. each take gets warmer through middle of the week. slow melting process continues, however, steady rain does arrive in our forecast especially during the day on wednesday. we will talk about that in a little will bit. but yesterday right near average 41 degrees was the official high temperature. today we will be up around 50 degrees. in the mid 50's on monday. more clouds. we will not see total sunshine throughout these days. slightly cooler on tuesday but still above average in the lower 50's and then wednesday that is the day we will push
lower 60's potentially, however we have to pay a price with steady rain. here's storm scan three nice and quiet. warm front coming through great lakes triggering a few rain showers, that front passes. it is bringing clouds but that is a a sign of the warmer air in the mid levels of the at the months fear and overall it is just nice and quiet through mid-atlantic and north east through the the next 12 to 24 hours or so. throughout the afternoon warm front continues to push through, we will see a mix of sun and clouds in, threat of rain, notice this cold front doesn't have a lot of moisture witt. it crosses our region tomorrow afternoon. we could get a shower or two in some locations during the afternoon and evening, nothing heavy, as this front passes on by and then really not a big temperature drop behind the front either. maybe just a few degrees for temperatures on tuesday. this is a larger storm across the midwest on tuesday, that will bring in the steady rain in here on wednesday, as well as some warm temperatures. so today we will be in the upper 40's.
temperatures will be in the lower 50's in the warm spots and we would be warmer if we didn't have have the snow on the ground. then this tomorrow morning it is no the the that bad. we will above freezing. we will stay above freezing for next several days. probably not until next weekend that we will drop below 32 again. around 40 for philadelphia, tomorrow morning, in the afternoon, mid 50's, maybe even 60 degrees, in some spots especially south and east of the city you can see enough sunshine. here's the trend. we will warm things up, jet streams on the move, starting to move northward. we will get that warmer air coming in on wednesday but it comes with some rain and then notice, this cold pocket of air up across northern can inadequacies, coming down here but second half of the next weekend. you have to remember it is february. don't expect these warm temperatures to last. sign of cold air returns mid month. today partly sunny, milder up around 50. tonight 41. watch out for areas of fog in some spots and here is that extended forecast, 56 on monday, that after a noon shower on tuesday down to
50 degrees, still warm and 60's wednesday with the rain back to the 40's by end of the next week, rahel, back to you. mild forecast with you icy art was on display in the burlington county winter celebration, "eyewitness news" in mount holly for its annual fire and ice festival. more than a dozen artists both amateur and professional turn big blocks of ice into beautiful sculptures, take a look at that downtown area was pack for the fun and excitement. helping the community is a piece of cake or should we say, pizza. fourth grade students from oliver heckman elementary school in langhorne raised $1,300. a all that money went to rose's pizza a to feed the homeless. they had a goal of $500 but clearly went above and beyond and great job by mrs. miller's class. and philadelphia's kid fashion week teamed up with cancer survivor leah still. the nfl player daughter was a
a among young people who walk down the the runway in the show in german continue looking very cute there kid fashion weekend showcases local boutiques, designers and vendors while making a positive impact in the community. some will go toward the leah still foundation with families dealing with pediatric cancer. car enthusiast were over drive for the the philadelphia annual auto show. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh cruises around the philadelphia convention center and gives us the high lights. >> reporter: like a new car roaring to life, day one of the philadelphia auto show launched full throttle on saturday. >> i'm a ford man. >> i'm a jaguar. >> reporter: eye candy is plenty. thomas green visits each year to see fancy cars, that i will get when i win the lottery. >> reporter: from the exotic cars, convertible. >> we have over 700,000 square feet, 700 vehicles. >> reporter: is there something here for everyone, and i do mean for everyone.
all of the different car people, give us bags that we can get. >> reporter: nicholas dreams of the the sports call a shelby gt 50 to be exact but he has a one year-old in toe. >> he really likes touching buttons and the horns and daddy will check out the family cars too. >> reporter: even though who cannot legally drive like 12 year-old zach walsh got a chance to hit the road. well, kind of. >> i tried to do it, but it is hard. >> reporter: this is just a simulator but hoping to take within of those boys home. >> no sales on the auto show ford so it is all about hopping in and experiencing bells and whistles for your dream car yourself. i like this one the best. reporting a at the convention center, a anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". big brother is watching what you watch on tv, and it could determine what commercials you see. coming up in the next half an hour three is on your side way new type of advertising, coming soon to a tv in your
some are also calling the other big winner of the night was diversity, especially in terms of the television. david daniel looks at the biggest moment of the night. >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diversity tv. >> reporter: twenty-second annual saga award turned into a strength of diversity hollywood. queen latifah was honored. >> i don't see anyone out here who does not come in the package that people say you should. keep fighting for it. >> reporter: for second straight year orange is the new black doubled down, she repeated as best female actor in a comedy. >> in a she that reflects and represents so many people. >> reporter: show try um as best comedy series. >> lot a this, this is what we talk about when we talk about diversity. >> reporter: he won a tv award for luther, and a philadelphia ward for beast of no nation. >> we made a film about real people, and real lives, you know. >> reporter: jeffery tambor
won for playing transparent, and a alycia won for playing wife of the, woman in the danish girl. the lifetime achievement honorary the legendary carol burr net recalled being told earl any her career. >> no, no, no look all of the comedy and variety shows are hosted by men. comedy and variety, is a man's game. >> as for those looking for oscar indications revenant star leonardo dicaprio and bree lar some from room took top film acting honors and best film ensemble went to spotlight about journalist revealing sexual boost by catholic priest. >> it is really for disenfranchised every where. the it is for every flint michigan in the wore. thinks for power less. >> reporter: it shows hollywood's ability to reach and represent people through diversity n hollywood, i'm david daniel. and another winners included downtown abby which
earned its third win, viola davis one her second for female actor in a drama and kevin spacey's second win for male actor in a drama a. coming up in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news", crisscrossing iowa for votes. >> g.o.p. candidates squared off in the last don't before the the i was caucus but it was one who wasn't there that got the most attention. i'm marley hall in des moines with the latest coming up. and this nine year-old girl cries tears of joy overdone old trump. coming up dreams coming true for the front runner's biggest fan. and it the looks like we're in for a winter warm up, that could knock off the the rest of the snow from last week even's major storm, justin is back with your sunday forecast when we come right back.
♪ with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, the delicious taste of nutella takes pancakes to a whole new level. make any day a pancake day with nutella - spread the happy! good morning, i'm rahel solomon. the justin drabick joining us now with a forecast and justin, can you believe it is already the end of january. where did the winter go it has president felt bad. >> we are coming off our coldest time of the year in the mid-january. we are in the heart of the winter. february is actually our most snowy month. >> we don't need to put any of
that energy out there people who like spring like temperatures will really like the next several days because we will start that warming trend to daze up around 50. each day gets warmer through the the the first half of the upcoming weekend. we will peak in the lower 60's on wednesday, it comes with a little bit of rain as well. there you go, warming trend has begun, three to 16 degrees warmer compare to 24 hours ago. it is still cold right now, and a lot of numbers are below freezing, even here in the city, or at least at the the airport 31 degrees. allentown and reading at 26. watch out for untreated surfaces, they could be slick this morning with the black ice, at freezing in willow grove, pottstown, doylestown in the upper 20's. not much wind to deal with, that is good news, wind chill values not much colder then what the actual air temperature is. it does feel like mid 20's on exposed skin. we have included rolling through. mid to high level clouds. we will see decent of after sunshine, we will call it partly sunny. that will help warm temperatures up. this morning a few icy spots. temperatures in the the 20's
and 30's early but they will rapidly climb in the 40's and potentially lower 50's for this afternoon with some sunshine. through go, average high this time of the year is 41. we will make it 50 for philadelphia 52 at the shore. lower 40's in the poconos. we will talk about how long this warmth last and time out our next rain chances in the full forecast in a few minutes. rahel, back to you. >> okay, justin. we are one day a away from the iowa caucus and polls are showing it could still be anyone's game. cbs news correspondent marley hall reports from des moines. >> how would you like to make the pundits look dumb on election night. >> reporter: senator bernie sanders urge a young crowd at the university of iowa to caucus on monday warning he will lose if there ace a low turnout. hillary clinton, attacked sanders on his plan for free college tuition. >> i do not believe giving free college to donald trump's youngest child is in the best interest of all of the hard working americans who need
help. >> reporter: among republicans the december money register poll shows donald trump has a a five-point lead over ted cruz and a three-point lead over marco rubio. >> only thing that matters is the the poll that is taken on monday. >> reporter: trump campaigned with reverend jerry falwell junior saturday night to attract evangelical christian voters while cruz looks forward to january 2017. >> donald trump will be back on television. >> reporter: ethanol is a hot topic, renewal food is made from corn the state's number one crop. >> it could be deciding issue for some voters. >> reporter: ray kyle phillips said he will only consider candidates who favor mandate to increase amount of ethanol blended in to fuel. >> it is my livelihood and support my family. >> reporter: way voters have have several opportunities to find out where candidates stand on all of the issues today, as we make their final push ahead of monday's caucuses. marley hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news".
stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of the iowa caucus, when we're not on tv we will up to date information on cbs philly.com. one person is dead and seven others were injured after a fight broke out at a mote the or cycle will expo in denver. it is unclear what prompted the incident that left people both stabbed and shot. the injured were taken to denver health medical center. police are noting saying whether the violence was gang related and denver police chief does believe there is more than one shooter. after traveling nearly 400 g fugitives from a california jail break are back in custody. cbs correspondent brian web tells us exactly what happened. >> sheriff's officials say escapee jonathan to and hussein nairi are back behind bars after a prison break. they were on the the run for nearly nine days. >> the entire state can breathe a sigh of relief, because we have the other two
dangerous individuals back in custody. >> reporter: the men were found in the stolen van, parked in a sun fran food market after being noticed by a neighbor. nairi fled on foot but was quickly caught. chew was found hiding in the van with ammunition, no weapon was found. >> the focus shifts to continuing to look at, where the system failed us, where policies and procedures were in the followed. >> reporter: officials believe that tieu, nairi and a third inmate, cut through a steel great and crawled through plumbing tunnels to get out of the jail. dong split and turn himself into authorities friday morning. the woman was arrested in connection with the escape. >> we necessity there was some type of relationship that developed but how far it went and whether it was physical or in the we are still trying to confirm that. >> reporter: men are being interviewed and will be taken back to orange county and placed in a high risk a area
at the same jail where they escaped. brian web, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and the the prison break was similar to the one last summer in upstate new york, joyce mitchell pleaded guilty to smuggle in tools that helped richard matt and david sweat break out of prison there. meantime in san francisco super bowl week is underway. vince lombardi trophy is the the big prize and fans are already taking pictures of themselves witt at the the nfl experience. this is one of the main super bowl 50 activities in san francisco. the nfl experience is where fans can run with nfl players, play games and learn about the history of football. 49ers running back roger craig was also there and held up the trophy. >> as a father, you know how to hold the trophy. you know, it is old news to me now but it still felt good to hold that trophy knowing that
this trophy will be delivered to one of the two teams playing, carolina or denver. >> roger craig won three super bowls with the san francisco 49ers. sports director don bell will be at the super bowl and he will be reporting live from san francisco leading up to the big game starting wednesday, february 3rd on "eyewitness news". remember you can watch super bowl 50 right here february 7th on cbs-3. and students in camden, new jersey got the opportunity to do some school shopping. more than 35 public renaissance and charter schools were represented, at the the bb and t pennsylvaniaville john for first ever school fair. city officials say they have simplified the application process making it easier for families, the fair comes halfway in the application period for camden enrollment. we have 17 different applications with nine different inly deadlines in
camden. it was a complicated problem for families to go through and it was unnecessary. we have streamed lined it, made their lives easier but all of the schools on one application and here they are all here today. >> school principal where is there to discuss extracurricular activities for students at each of the schools. well, grab your remote control and get ready, television commercials are about to change. don't be surprised when tv ads starts targeting your interest. many are used to seeing targeting ads on line at a web site but as three on your side consumer reporter jim donovan reports soon you'll notice them on your tv set too. >> reporter: when it company toms tv marisa langford prefers certain commercials. >> i would rat are watch something made for me and my family. >> reporter: in the future she will see more targeted tv ads. >> the ability for advertise tours reach the right audience, the right viewer, at the right time, on the right program, on the right network. >> reporter: how will they do
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your television provider collect and do they send you targeted ads. check your company's polesis about opting out if you are uncomfortable. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. dreams come true for donald trump's biggest fan. coming up next why this little will girl is crying tears of joy for the republican front runner. also the idea that transforms a regular backyard into a ice castle kingdom. we are still in the middle of the wint bird you we will get a taste of spring this week, justin is back with
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the the last week millions of people in the east including people right here in our region have been reminded how brutal winter can be but as jamie ukiss tells us one businessman winter is a time some sit press any a kingdom of his own designs. >> reporter: piece by piece, day and night, this colorful mountain is molded into a masterpiece. it is manmade, using ice sickles. nearly a quarter million of them. >> i've got to be one of the buck yes, sir guys in the world really. >> reporter: it the began as a hobby for brett christianson several years ago. >> kid and i would go out and build igloos and ice rings and would i use ice sickles and praying water a as a way to build structures.
>> reporter: from his backyard to a two million-dollar business, this year, four crews are creating ice parks in canada a, utah, minnesota and new hampshire. warm weather forced a late start in new hampshire. team of 20 artisans work 2,414th hours a day for three weeks spraying 5 million gallons of water in temperatures as low as 2 degrees. it opened last weekend and offers chills and thrills for all ages. >> we have slides, we've got mazes, and a lot of canyon and crawl to's. >> this park is open day and night with the help of thousands of le did the light. >> they go from white, to the blue, to the green and we have them synchronized to music. >> reporter: work continues on the sculptures throughout the the season. some will grow to as high as 40 feet. >> to share with those people and make a living from it i cannot think of anybody i want to trade place west it.
>> reporter: he is king of ice castles even if his reign only last as long as nature allows. jamie ukiss for cbs news. >> i think that is more than a hobby, that is an art. >> that is artwork, that is a lot of skill and unfortunately, the ice will not last around here. the the winter is not over just yet. winter weather fans certainly you will see colder weather for sure, probably as we head toward middle part of the february. lets check it out nice sunrise developing here, live look over center sit friday roof camera. sunrise coming up in about 25 minutes. we have mid to high level cloud. that is just a sign of the storm system a a approaching our region that will impact us tomorrow afternoon with the slight chance of the shower, but the big story is this warm up. check it out. it is a mild week. average high this time of the year is 41 degrees. we are going to stay above average all week long, in fact, probably aren't even going to drop below 32 until sometime later on, next weekend and it looks like wednesday is the the peak of
this warmth as we get in the the lower 60's but well we will deal with steady rain and more signs of spring on the way, the sunset, happening later and later, you will notice that staying light a lot longer. tonight's sunset at 5:19. by the end of february almost at 6:00 o'clock 5:52. march 13th is when daylight savings time begins. sun will be setting after 7:00 . so almost a month away from that. we're gaining two minutes of the daylight each day now so that is the trend over the next couple of months. here's the temperatures, in the bad this morning, check it the out in delaware and south jersey some spots at 40 degrees. harrington 38 in the capitol city of delaware. atlantic city airport the at 40. cooler farther inland we go. still some spots below freezing. airport at 31. we are sitting a at freezing in aston, and chalfont. twenty-eight in pottstown. doylestown. watch out for a few patches of blackizes specially north and west of the city. very quiet on storm scan three. the notice the cloud cover, streaming in. that is a sign of this milder air that will be sticking
around for the the next few days. we have showers up a across the great lakes this morning. the here's the overall trend, and new through wednesday, we're developing this warming trend, mild push of era cross the eastern half of the you had as the jet stream moves northward. we're talking about high temperatures running ten to 20 e through wednesday. by the end of the the week we will start to cool it back down, nothing terribly cold, a lit built closer to average with highs in the 40's. here's the setup, today, sunshine mixed with some clouds. here comes the cold front, not a lot of moisture witt, it passes by us tomorrow afternoon. so maybe a stray shower or two coming in mid to late afternoon on monday. not a big deal. nothing heavy. we will dry out for tuesday, and we will see some sunshine around. here's the the next large storm that develops over the midwest on tuesday. that will spread steadier rain in here on wednesday. but temperatures stay well into the 40's, to potentially lower 50's depending on how much sunshine we will sianni then tonight it is in the really cold at all. most areas stay above freezing in the lehigh valley, we will be in the upper 30's, lower
40's around the city. so a nice mild start to the monday. monday's temperatures, well to the 50's, maybe even 60, and parts of the delaware, south jersey, you can see enough sunshine. pretty impressive there. and then tuesday, groundhog day to get the the past prediction that is phil had, 102 times he has seen his shadow. you can bet on that probably and that means six more weeks of winter but we will wait and see what happens there. that is punxsutawney on tuesday morning. today, milder, partly sunny 50 for the the high. tonight dropping down to 41. watch out for areas of fog. here's the extended forecast, late the day shower on monday, tuesday back to full sun at 50. sixty-two on wednesday. there will be steady rain around and rahel by end of the week we will talk about a cool down that is not bad mid 40's by friday. >> compared to what we're used to that is not bad at all, thank you well, right now it is 6:47. time to check on those road lets go to ann evans in the traffic center and ann, safe to say last sunday many people were not on the road, this
sunday what is it looking like. >> not too bad but you have to watch out for icy patches rahel from the refreeze that happens overnight. what you are looking at right now is the the schuylkill spend girard and spring garden street. we just had an accident cleared here at the eastbound lanes but right now everything is good to go on the schuylkill here and through philadelphia we will move the traffic cam to the blue route southbound where an accident has just been cleared here between exit number 16 and exit number 13, saint david, right lane was blocked but we seem to be good to go with no delays or problems here. must have just cleared in the minor so that it took to get on the air. we will move traffic cam one more time to the ben franklin bridge mid span. in delays or problems on the ben franklin, it is in fine shape. so are the other port authority bridges no delays on 42 or 55. that is very latest from cbs traffic center i'm ann evans new rahel back to you. you might expect a nine year-old to have a melt down over a boy band or a movie star but tears of joy over a
presidential candidate? jeanie moos reports on the the donald's biggest little fan. >> it was a reaction best described as trump fantastic. >> guess what we will do monday. >> what? >> we are going to see donald trump in person in new hampshire. >> are you serious. >> yeah. >> oh my god. >> reporter: just seeing the donald left nine year-old a va lovely in tears. donald trump has given rides in his chop are and they sing him diddis. >> a kid asked a good question. >> he is going to build the wall, what is it going to be made out of. >> reporter: trump brought him on stage, far from the stable when they can vote. >> why are you up set. >> unaudible. >> what are they doing to her
brain, wrote one commenter. but a va drives her parents to the rally not the other way around. mom and dad has not even settled on the candidate. out spoken a va says she likes out spoken trump. >> i was just like freaking out so excited. >> reporter: not to mention. >> i love his hair. >> reporter: she got him to sign her trump is number one poster, he even wrote a number one on her pants. just think four years ago we are making a fuss for having a melt down because she was sick of politics. >> i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >> is that you why are crying? it will be over soon, abby. >> reporter: then the kid who had etan drum when hill willry was running because it meant that he could not. >> i want to run for president. >> reporter: upon watching nine year-old a va's video one person commented, she may be one of the trump's more mature supporters. even the the donald's
opponents will agree with this. >> it was like going to disney. >> reporter: jeanie moos. >> i love you done old. >> i love you to. >> new york. >> thank you. wow. and former phillies fan favorite cole hamels was back in town. what does he think about the the phillies rebuilding process. sixers took on the nba champion warriors down at the center and they gave the champs all they could handle the exciting finish coming up next in sports.
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warriors came to the center last night taking on the sixers. the the best team in the league taking on the worst, so you would think it would be an easy game for the champs. a sellout crowd to see league mvp and leading scorer steph curry. champs up by ten. curry will hit step back three, and he scored 23 points. later than we have clay thompson, scoring in the paint, over ish smith. thompson had 32 points. champs up by 13. but under a minute left, sixers down by six. isaiah a cannon makes the three ball. he was fouled. sixers cut it to two. warriors with the ball, sixers with the steel, ish smith going in here for the dunk. the game is tied with 22 seconds left. the the champs had the ball for the final shot, harrison barnes nails the three. golden state escapes with a 108-105 victory over the sixers.
>> for us to be down 24 and find a way, at home, to not roll over, not be all caught up in the moment and find a way to give something back to our fans who are fan has particular, it is a great thing for our young kid. spring training is just around the corner and cole hamels made an appearance in our area he was giving kid some pointers at sports clinic garnett valley. his foundation sponsored that event and he was one of the the key members of that team, when phillies made that run from 2007 through 2011 when they won the world series and they won five straight nl east division titles before being trading to texas. fightins are rebuilding and he knows this will be difficult. >> it will be tough for a lot of fans to be able to watch, you know, just for where they are going to be, you know, there is still a lot of great players, on that team that i would love to watch and love to play with. they are just in the learning
stage. in the fair to these guys trying to be great big league player, you know, but then again, they will improve and they will be good and they will be great. >> nhl all-star weekend in nashville flyers captain claude giroux the only representative for orange and black. last night skills competition actual game this afternoon will be a three on three tournament with the winning teams splitting a one million-dollar prize. st. joes hawks will pick to finish seventh in the atlantic ten poll. hawks surprised everybody with the 17-three record in third place, going in the two game against road island. to the second half of the game hawks up a half dozen isaiah miles with the drive to the basket and scores. miles had 70 points, the lead down to eight. and then deandre bembr. y, 16 points and ten board. science guess moves to 18-three on the season with a, 64-55 victory. lasalle on the road, to
play dayton. explorers have a five game losing streak. second half lasalle down sixth, jordan price left alone, he nails it, lead down to three. kendell pollard had 18 points, grabbing eight rebound. dayton beat lasalle. i'm leslie van arsdal. have a great the day. that is "eyewitness news" at 6:00. here's what we have the the at 7:00. we will meet the new gerber baby and heart attack signs women cannot afford to ignore. stephanie stahl has very latest information you need to know from the american heart association. plus new make up products claims to help you take a better selfie, consumer reporter jim ton van takes a closer look to see fit works, we will
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