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right now at 11:00 there's no containing nova nation's excitement tonight. thousands of fans welcomed home our new national champions villanova wildcats. >> the team arrived at philly international greeted by airport fire units with water cannon salute. players and coaches then loaded buses for their journey back to campus. only "eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter road along with the motorcade. >> it's really quite an amazing moment here to see a rush hour
on 95 and the blue route with not a single car in sight. >> and then back at campus, where the homecoming celebration kick into high gear, the players and head coach jay white thanked fans for their unsighing support. >> incredible. i mean these people are great coming out here. >> that's just the beginning of what jay wright told our greg argos in an exclusive one-on-one interview. it certainly been a day remember. not just for nova nation but for the entire region. good evening, i'm jessica dean. >> i'm ukee washington. wildcats won the national championship in dramatic fashion. so it's no surprise today's homecoming was filled with emotion. only our greg argos talk to jay wright after he thanked the crowd at today's rally and greg kicks off coverage tonight. what a celebration. >> it was a huge celebration, jessica and ukee. we're talking about the ncaa national champions they arrived here to philadelphia international airport this afternoon. they had that exclusive police
escort directly here to campus. that is when they entered the football arena the football stadium here at villanova. in front of thousands of adoring fans. nova nation electrified good everyone saying this will be something you'll remember forever. >> reporter: fans waiting in the cold. >> when jenn kin made that shot i started to scream and starte started -- fell on the floor and started to cry. >> reporter: all to celebrate the men's basketball team and their national championship win. >> my knees gave out once the basket went in and i fell to the ground in awe. >> thousands packing the football field at the 50-yard line hoping to catch a glimpse of the winning team and then the rifle. >> what an incredible moment. >> coach jay wright pumping up the already hyped crowd. >> when i say nova you say nation. nova! >> nation! >> nova! >> nation! >> handing the mike over to true of the true stars. >> this is great team i was
fortunate to play with. >> great to have all the support of all you guys coming out this whole year. >> nova nation national champi champions baby let's get it. >> this is something they'll never end he have be able to take away from us. go cats. >> after walking off the stage coast copy wright talk to me about the fans and his love of the nova nation. >> what do you want to tell the fans and to the nova nation? >> we just appreciate the love. we always get the support and it's not just national championship. they're always here for us and sell out and we really appreciate them. we hope they got a lot -- looks like they really enjoyed this. i'm happy they enjoyed it. >> incredible experience. thank you very much for talking with us. congratulations. >> glad to do it. thank you. >> reporter: of course, coach wright and the national championship players had a lot more to say much more controlled environment that of course being the basketball arena. we'll zen it back inside to you guys for more of that coverage but for to you we're live at a much calmer villanova universi
university. i'm greg argos cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> much calmer indeed. greg, thank you very much. >> let's show i was voter from the coach' twitter account. they took a team photo with all the fans behind them. in the middle of the photo the national championship trophy a what a way to commemorate this historic win. it was amazing show of support for the wildcats. >> after the welcome home rally the meet team met one-on-one with the medial don bell is here were what with the players had to say a that the point. what day it's been. >> how about it? >> this is as good as it gets. all tournament long jay wright said he and his players were in their cocoon a fix al place where it's quiet and the guys focus on the tack at hand. they got tossed into the wild hitter yeses nova nation. thousands of fans packing villanova stadium to catch glimpse at the newly crowned champs the cats strolled on to the field in their familiar casual workout gear.
they rocked brand new national championship hats and smiled every step of the way but the very next step is a championship parade in sent city on friday. >> it's unbelievable. i remember going to the phillies in '08 and that was spectacular. i'm sure it won't be to that magnitude but it will definitely be something to remember just growing up in the area and always watching every single team. >> very special. this is can't say enough about this, you know, long journey for sure, but won't change it for anything. >> how much fun for archie and the chef. those are the two shares that kissed practice -- the v of the practice noor before they took off on this long journey. >> can't forget. >> aft four years what amazing ride it has been. >> victory is sweet, don. >> great way to go out. thank you buddy. appreciate it more now on the philadelphia honoring the national champs with parade at the end of this week. >> you see the route there on your screen. it will start at 20th and market and end the dilworth plaza. that parade of champions will take place friday at 1:00 p.m.
and you'll see it live right here on cbs3. and also on cbsphilly.com. nova's big win today was also noticed in washington. >> i want to comment and salute the team and congratulate them on winning a very difficult tournament. this is a tournament that had a lot of upset it's and a lot of twists and turns to come out be in one in that is a great achieve many. >> that is senator bob casey on the senate floor. nova win didn't go unnoticed that harrisburg either. the state capitol is looking great in nova blue as a tribute to the champions. villanova national champions merchandise is flying off the shelves at campus bookstore stayed open late tonight to keep up with the di demand. vittoria wood little show was items on sale now and what's sill on its way to nova nation. for the second night in a row parts of our area are under a freeze warning.
people out in center city had the winter coats and hats out. the whipping winds making it feel a lot like february and it's april. >> you got that right. he we always mention the wind chill when we talk about colder weather. >> right. but how exactly is that calculated? good question. nicole brewer didn't have to go too far to find an expert to answer this question. >> our girl kate bilo. >> bang. >> nose thing or two about this topic, right, kate? it's a good thing because richard green, jerry and stephanie all want to know how is wind chill calcula calculated? it's a good question especially as the feels like temperatures continue to plummet. ♪ >> you've heard of the wind chill, right? >> yes. >> reporter: what does it mean. >> it means it's cold. >> report morning wind chills feeling like the teens. >> i studied science but i can't remember. >> i really don know. >> reporter: what is wind chill. >> wind chill is basically the effect the win has on the temperature what it actually feel like when you step outside.
>> kate bilo is the chief meteorologist here at cbs3. wind chill is an important element to the forecast. >> you were to say look on your phone and see 47 degrees and sunny you might think that's not so bad. but you might not know winds 25, 35, 40 miles an hour are going to make it feel like 28, 29 degrees. >> that's why owe i dress warm i don't trust this weather. >> reporter: how does wind chill get calculated? there's a complex formula. you can use. >> here's wait locks like. >> what is this. >> anybody do this math? >> no. >> 27. >> 274 plus 37 -- >> it's a lot going on. >> tell me about it. >> you're using system a algeb algebra. i'm officially lost. >> people looked at that form land they thought i can never do that. thankfully you don't have to either. >> there are charts online, national weather service has charts op line. cal could you laters before kate could forecast the wind chill it has to be recorded boy an an mom meter. basically like a win wheel it spins and records the wind and
then the computers can crunch the numbers with the temperature and the actual wind speeds. >> reporter: that helps device our daily plans even figure out what to wear without having to solve a major algebraic equati equation. you had to calculate the wind chill on your own. >> for get that. >> reporter: now the idea of measuring wind chill actually dates back to 1940 when a pair of american explorers suspended bottles of water outside they are base in antarctica. they measured how long the base took to freeze based on the speed of wind aft had hundreds of readings realized how quickly it advance that is process. kind of interesting information and another viewer catherine was wonder doing we get frost bite faster in high wind conditions? kate just said yes, in fact we do. if the air temperature is above freezing, water will not freeze based on high winds. >> i'm taking notes. hold on now. >> science class around here. >> bullet point. good stuff. >> thanks, nicole. isn't what's your if question? we want to know.
log on to cbsphilly.com/good question to submit your question or tweet us using the hash tag cbs3 good question. >> nicole will be here every night with the answer on cbs3 "eyewitness news" at 11:00. can't wait to hear from you. as we mentioned another freeze warning is blanket the region. kate, when will spring return. >> it may return for one day as this front approaches. we will warm back up into the 60s but briefly and then we're tracking another cold shot. i'll tell when it gets here and how it will be. i also have your villanova parade forecast coming up also ahead, all eyes are on wisconsin tonight as presidential primaries are held for both parties. who is claiming victory? and how the results of this one state could change the race. plus, get your nova gear. the most popular items selling at the campus bookstore and just wait until you hear how many t-shirts have already sold. ♪
>> this is cbs3 "eyewitness news" with ukee washington, jessica dean, kate bilo and don bell. ♪ campaign 2016 tonight we have projected winners on both sides in the wisconsin primary. first, to the gop. texas senator ted cruz eadesly defeated trauma many. wisconsin winner take most state when it comes to delegates and experts say cruz's win makes an open convention more likely. on the democratic side bernie sanders defeated hillary clinton sanders has now won six of the last seven states. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt has more on the wisconsin results and what they mean going for. >> reporter: tonight at a turning point. it is the rallying cry. it is the call from the hard-working men and women of
wisconsin to the people of america. >> wisconsin was an easy win for texas senator ted cruz and vermont senator bernie sanders in i don't know if the audience here knows it, i don't see any tv' here's but it has been projected by i think all of the networks that we won in wisconsin ! >> reporter: still the rep cap frontrunner donald trump fell behind cruz but pulled ahead of ohio governor john kasich. expert poll shows republican votes are most concerned with the economy and government spending and many want change. >> i'm supporting ted cruz. yup. i like his ideas for the count country. >> i think he would would be one most helpful. >> republicans have 42 dill gates at stake. democrats nick. the wisconsin primary is considered important because it's the only primary this tuesday and there won't be another one until new york in two weeks. >> tomorrow senator sanders and secretary clinton will be in
philly for separate events normally our local primaries aren't real until play but this race is dragging out. pennsylvania and delaware voters go to the polls on april 26th. new jersey voters go to the polls, tuesday, june seventh. david superintendent, cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> thanks so much, david. time to show that nova pride. villanova fans are commemorating the big win by buying up national championship gear tonight. >> "eyewitness news" reporter vittoria woodill at the campus store checking out what's selling. >> reporter: what's the hot new trend in philly? white and navy for villanova. >> can i help somebody. >> reporter: to show their love for team built on banners, fans are trying fast to score a shirt to wave their pride. >> i brought my 1084 old son today and we are having the time of our life. >> reporter: what did you buy. >> we got all our gear. you want to show them patrick we got something for everyone in the his. >> it's been non-stop today. we got 16 thus san units between the built on banners and national champ shirts.
>> reporter: ryan schneider store manager has been turning box over box over box 9am trying to supply the demands of the cats. >> the national champ shirt is selling really really quickly. we do have more units on order. just nicky couldn't produce them quick enough for us us. >> reporter: how much for champion tee. >> the average price is 26 with nike. cool do i get a student discount. >> i would need to see your student id. >> james, do you have it? it might be in my -- maybe, s in there? >> nope, not quiet in there g not quiet. >> i think i left it in the news van. i'll be right back. >> sounds good. >> reporter: i, um, i check the news van. it wasn't in there. probably because i didn't go to villanova. but i tried, you guys. but i paid full price and it was worth every penny. and ryan told me he said, you know, best way for anyone to get their championship gear is to just head to the store. because if you buy online, they've been trying to process
so many orders and so many people have been trying to get their hands on these t-shirts and other things they're going to have out if you can, hit up your friends and family and get them over to the bookstore because that's going to be the best place to get your all of product and they have more stuff coming. they'll have hats, cups, and all kinds of thing but the t-shirts are the hot selling item and i see why. sorry, guys, they didn't have your sizes so i only got one more myself. and my mom. >> get me a hat. me too. i love those hats. i'll rock one of them. >> we'll need to take a trip. tori, thanks so much. >> appreciate it. kate joins us now we've been talking about tumbling temperatures. i tell was. beautiful day today when the team came back. gorgeous. absolute gorgeous. >> for those people stand out of the for hours wait for the bus to show up it got little chilly. >> the excitement warmed them up. >> once they got everybody warmed um. felt like mid february day than april day today. another one of those at least tonight into tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon not quite as cold. as this afternoon.
but a few more clouds start to filter in as well. today was beautiful day from start to finish let's take a look at a time lapsed video. sun up to sundown at kutztown area middle school. dee blue sky all day long. you see pretty nice looking sunset here and then everything goes dark it's only 27 degrees there in kutztown at the moment. the cold air is here. and it's here to stay. at least through the extended period a brief warmup and that comes on thursday. but our one warm day as we head through the weekend is really accompanied by some wet weather. here the storm that's going to bring it actually bringing snow right now to portions of wisconsin. portions of michigan and we're seeing rain and thunderstorms down through portions of the mill rheely the central planes from nebraska down into kansas and iowa. that system is going to head our way as we go through the end of the week. thursday it crosses through, behind it, we open the flood gates once again to cold couldn't made yann air and we will feel it this weekend. so what you felt today, that's what you'll be feeling saturday its saturday and much sunday as
well. our highs feeling leak february 19th when our average high is 45. that's what we hit today. 43 was the high in allentown just 33 today in mount pocono and 44 the daytime high in dover. wildwood got a little bit warmer but you can see up and down temperatures for the past five days or so. seems like distant memory we actually hit 80 last friday before the storms came through. saturday 65. then we dropped to the 40s. back to the 60s on monday. back to the fours that battle that time of year winter is trying to hold on, spring is trying to move. we get this kind of variable weather often this time of year. usually we feel these swings more in march than we do in april. but we very warm march now it's kind of like we're paying the piper in april. temperatures right now 38 degrees in philadelphia. take look at millville it's 27 degrees there right now. very cold. we're subfreezing in allentown and in lancaster. 21 in mount pocono the one difference is, not a lot of wind tonight or tomorrow morning. so the wind chills will not be as brutal when you step out the
door tomorrow. you can see this wedge of warmth preceding that next front that's going to come in on thursday. temperatures do warm um as that front approaches but in the meantime, very cold temps to night. that freeze warning for the tire area now this is the entire area that the growing season has started. you don't see it for the poconos and lehigh valley they'll be below freezing as well in fact they already are but you don't put a freeze warning out unless it's going to impact 57 teague that what it's for. future weather shows clear skies overnight and into tomorrow. few clouds in the afternoon. pretty nice day. you can see that front lurking off to the west this is going to cross through the area thursday morning into the afternoon. with rain and thunder and behind that, it gets very cold again but the defendant air holding off until the weekend that means your parade forecast for friday not looking too bad. below average it's a cool day, some sun, looks generally dry with temperature in the low 50's through the parade. overnight 28 degrees your low. the record by the way is 24. doesn't look like we'll break that but too close for comfort here. 55 degrees for your went. milder in the afternoon after a
very cold start. thursday is warm, but wet. friday is not too bad. for the villanova parade but the week send cold and on saturday, possibly saturday night some snow showers. swell. >> no you didn't. >> as well. (laughter). >> i think she did. >> wow, yes, she did. all right, kate thanks so much. >> did you drop a didn't? >> yup. >> don is back. >> from trenton. >> the shot that sent shock waves throughout the sports world. see what happened around the country the moment the buzzer went off. plus sixers do the unthinkable. how dubious distinct was avoid in south philadelphia.
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if you live in the delaware valley you have ownership. opener ship of villanova weekends in brooklyn, louisville and houston. ownership of upsets over kansas and usc. ownership of the shot scene and heard around the world. so revel it in a piece of philadelphia history and the moment is yours. >> it was just simple shot.
they had practiced it a million times. it just so happens that this time it was on the biggest stage and it sent shock behaves throughout nova nation, philadelphia and the country. >> jenkins for three to win. >> he made it! at the buzzer! cats win it all! cats win it a all! >> adopted son of philadelphia stood court side and reactioned like we all did. as fast as the signal could travel the 1500 miles from houston to philadelphia, the reaction was the same. from the news desk -- >> kaboom -- excuse me, i'm sorry. >> hold on. >> to the pavilion. to the homes of nova grads trying not to wake up the kids. a shock wave of a championship swept over all of us. forever more this villanova team
will be remembered by this shot. and how it made us feel like national champs. and seeing of national how about this national magazine you may have heard of it sports illustrated the shot is on the cover. the headline super nova as you take a look at kris jenkins in mid release right there for the game winner. absolutely ridiculous. all right. on to the pro game. this game was mark on the calendar maybe not for the sixers but definitely for fans. not because new orleans pelicans are must see tv because they rep the best chance for the sixers to get another win and a it void a date with infamy. how about joelle embiid at some point we want to you see you on the court big fella. maybe bawling a little bit. final minute of the second quarter cannon sick move the tear drop good. sixers led by sick at the half. cannon with 16 points. to the third quarter how about carl landry over former
villanova wildcat donte cunningham. landry with 22 points and the sixers, guys -- (applause). >> with their tenth within they avoid tying the record for the worst regular season in the history of the inform ba. 107-93 the final score. u couldn't syracuse women's national time game in indianapolis huskies doing what they always do. a 31-point within they win their fourth straight national title. that's 11 championships forehead coach gina, from norristown much he's an all time great and he has done it again. they've won 122 out of 123 gam games. >> would you you! does all by double digits. the dynasty, continues. >> nicely done. >> that is an accomplishment a another win for philly hoops by the way. >> the hits keep coming thank you don. >> singi
>> the enon tabernacle baptist church mass choir performed at a reception and discussion on minorities and breast cancer. company help philadelphia prepped that event at the african-american museum in philadelphia. our nat is a brown was there and tonight was all about april to go chief health, he can quit for all women.
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