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of july is over. let's turn it to justin drabick, and justin, certainly felt like sum they are week. >> yes. >> little cool off. >> yes, we had few nice stretch of some 80s coming at us. so putting an ends to the 90's. still humid though, so i know i'm going to get to complain. i know on social media, still humid out there. >> not me. >> you have been good. i'm surprised when the hair thing and all of that, impressed. but next week we drop the humidity. got to get through this weekend, still muggy showers and storms coming in this afternoon, so humid so run the risk of heavy rain, it is possible not everybody sees it, term here scattered, i wouldn't cancel your plans just yet, keep your eyes to the sky, especially this afternoon into the evening, and then again tomorrow. for the potential for some strong showers, and thunderstorms. right now, waking up, little bit of sunshine depending on where you are, we do have some clouds, some fog, trying to develop around the city current temperatures, 75 degrees. calm winds, still a lot of humidity around, so that will help bring some of the fog
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around, six a mount pocono, little light rain there over the past few hours, suburbs not much change in the temperatures, upper six's at this hour in doylestown, dew point temperatures running high. so again, this tells us how much moisture or humidity is in the air, when you see upper 60s, low 70s, that's when it really starts to feel uncomfortable, it will stay like that throughout the day today. again tomorrow. light rain ex fitting the pocomoke region, dry next several hours, no problems headed outside, later this afternoon we start to see the showers and storms pop up. so begin, some sunshine around, especially in the morning, now watch out for the afternoon and evening scattered showers and storms, any of the storms could produce some heavy rainfall, severe threat is going to be low today. but so there is always a chance you can get severe storm popping up. high today 86 degrees, that's close to average for philadelphia, at the shore, i think mainly dry. beach day looks pretty good, 83, upper 70s in the poconos. talk p when the unsettled
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pattern comes to an end when we get the drop in the humidity, i'll show you that in the seven day coming up. >> looking forward to it, thanks, justin. new morning, police involved shooting under investigation, in cumberland county new jersey. state police were called after midnight to a home on center ton road in bridgeton. investigators tell us state police exchange gunfire with the suspect, shooting the suspect. suspect was taken to the hospital this morning. no details on their condition or what led to the shooting. we do know that no troopers were hurt. also, overnight, police are investigating a double shooting in philadelphia's mantua neighborhood. investigators tell us a man and woman were both shot near 38th and wallace street around 11:00 last night. the 25 year old man was shot multiple times and is in critical condition. woman in her 50's suffered a graze wound in her left leg, stable, no details on shooter at this time. >> police trying to figure out how a man fell down a sewer, happened near ninth and pike streets, fire crews rescued the man, returning him to temple university hospital.
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the details now on the daring rescue. >> reporter: at about 6:00 p.m., the fire department ghana search and rescue mission at ninth and pike in hunting park. after a man was found trapped in a 18-inch sewer pipe. >> somehow he wounds up in the sewer hole. whether or not someone removed it, or he was, you know, we don't know exactly how he wounds up there. >> the investigation into how the man ended up in the sewer came seconds in a desperate attempt into saving his life. pgw crews were on the scene with maps of their underground system, assisting in the search. but after more than an hour and a half, on very hot day, neighbors watching grew more and more concerned. >> there to has been couple of hours, i was really hoping for the bells, because he had been down therefore such a long time, we seen them running in different holes to see if they could find him. but if they found him alive -- >> outburst of applause after the man trapped 10 feet underground lawn -- lodged in
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a 18-inch pipe, was finally freed. hustling him onto stretcher and hustling lidge to a hospital. the intrinsic details. >> dealing in a environment filled with sewage, water, difficult environment, as you can imagine, very dark, so they have to deploy all of the specialized techniques and equipment. very challenging incident, very difficult rescue. >> plan was brought out of this manhole several feet from where he went in, despite a successful operation, humble fire officials want no praise. >> this is what we do, 24/7, 365, philadelphia fire department, our police department, colleagues, our water department, you know, all of us working for you every day. >> the man was returned here to temple university hospital. he was last in stable condition. he's in his 50's. right now, police and fire officials are looking at this incident as just an accident. in north philadelphia, natasha brown, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> five people are hurt after a truck crashes into the magee
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rehab in center city. it happened in the building parking garage on race street. thirty-eight year old woman crashed the vehicle into the reception area sliding glass doors, three women and two men were taken to hahnemann university hospital. one of the men in serious condition, the others are in stable condition. no word though on what caused the crash. and the search is underway for a police impersonator in montgomery county. springfield township police say this unmark van was flashing lights stopped the car tuesday night near church and brent roads in orland. police ran the license plate and the van came back registered to charles grossman of whitemarsh township. investigators say he's full time lock smith, part time officer with the spca, and police cacology him person of interest. >> when we have vehicles driving around with emergency lights, then similar to a police vehicle, that's a concern for us. that's a concern for all. >> police have not identified the victim of the phony traffic stop. they do though say they want to hear from anyone else who might and victim.
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>> and now to the democratic national convention is over, clean up from the big event is on. con get i rained down on crews hard at work inside the wells fargo center. hard to believe that the convention stays not just a shell of it former self. while it took years every planning, months every building, workers will have the venue back to normal in just a few days. post convention, philadelphia mayor jim kenney told reporters the city was shining in the national spotlight. >> i want to thank philadelphians for being such wonderful hoses. i had so many people stop me on the streets to tell me how friendly and fun philadelphians realism that's the best advertising in the world. >> police say out of the more than 13,000 estimated demonstrators, only 11 protesters were arrested during the convention, that was for breaching the security, 106 people were also cited. >> and a lot of people say they are proud of the way the philadelphia police department handled the event. officers of course out in the streets in full force on early mornings and late nights, while dealing with grueling
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temperatures, and with all of that, officers managed to create a special moment that has a lot of buzz on social media. >> the moment that has so many talking, video shows philadelphia police sing and play guitar with bernie sanders protester around 20th and paterson in fdr park. >> developed yo posted to the philadelphia police department facebook page shared more than a thousand times friday afternoon, from facebook to twitter and instagram, users posted their messages of appreciation for police, and their performance during the national event. while speaking with "eyewitness news" thursday, congressman bob brady also chanted the department. >> i never was so proud. proud of our police commissioner, richard ross, great job of what the police did. >> four day vent was not without incident, dozens every citations, some arrests, as well, and the reaction to philadelphia police wasn't completely positive. >> one black lives matter philly organizer said in a statement: the police presence wasn't for protection
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of protesters but for containment of protests. they made it difficult for bystanders were inspired by the march to join into it. >> police say that tens every thousands met in philadelphia to protest. hoping that maybe while all eyes were on philadelphia, their message received some attention, as well. whether that be through marching down broad street, or perhaps through the softer moment. federal investigators looking into a possible security breach, topping hillary clinton's campaign. computer hackers discovered by private investigators hired by the campaign, sources tell cbs news it is not known who is responsible or the attack, when wikileaks released private e-mail. clinton and her runningmate tim kaine hit the road for three day pus trip as across pennsylvania and ohio, kick it
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off right her in philadelphia. nicole brewer more on what clinic hon had to say about our city following the dnc. >> the dnc may be over in philadelphia, but hillary clinton wasn't ready to leave at a rally inside temple university, the democratic nominee told "eyewitness news" the trip was everything she had hoped for. >> my son-in-law grew up in philadelphia. and so he came from a big family, and i have lot of friends from philadelphia, i love coming to philadelphia, over the years, and it was just so wonderful to be here in beautiful city, so gracious, so hospitable, we had a wonderful convention. >> today back to business telling support that's in her first 100 days in office she will make the largest investment in good paying jobs since world war ii. >> we have to make this economy work for everyone, not just those at the top. >> over the next few days,
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hillary and tim kaine will go across western pennsylvanian ohio to talk about jobs. said american manufacturing is not dead. >> it is often these family businesses just like connects, keeping it alive. >> after praising the toy companies made in america approach, clinton took aim at her rival billionaire businessman donald trump, and his slogan make america great again. >> everything he makes he makes somewhere else besides america. >> the only thing he makes in america are bankrupcies. both his own and of the people who do business with him. >> later friday night, the democratic ticket took to harrisburg, as part of the campaign strategy to reach out to republican voters and introduce kaine the country. nicole brewer, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> donald trump meantime focused his effort out west in colorado. gop nominee helped two in the battle ground state, including one in denver last night, at both stops went after clinton's acceptance speech.
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>> he mentioned me 22 times. twenty-two. the truth is it was a little bit on the boring side, wouldn't you say, as a speech? like taking sominex. >> also talked about the friendship between his daughter ivanka and chelsey clinton. he said i wished they weren't friends because that would be a lot easier, but that they are, nothing he can do. >> pope francis continues his visit to poland. this important, he visited devine mercy sanctuary to pray and meet with catholic faith full. nuns and priests waived ban tears greet the pope as he enters the church. pope's five day visit to poland includes meetings with young pilgrims taking part in world youth day, celebration of faith. >> still ahead: there are new worries surrounding the zika virus for the first time melt officials confirm moth keys oath here in the u.s. have transmit in the the disease. where zika is now turning up.
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the florida department of public health went door-to-door in a north miami neighborhood friday to warn people about the zika virus. and to test them to determine if there are more cases. florida's governor confirmed friday, three men and one woman likely contracted the virus through mosquito bites in early july. got sick the next week, and were diagnosed a few days later. interviews with patient and their friends ruled out travel and sex as a means of transmission. the patient all worked within a 1 mile area called wynnewood. disease detective tested more than 19,000 mosquitos in the area, stepped up effort to kill them. health officials do not expect that this virus is going to become widespread. instead, they believe, we may see small outbreaks, just like the one here in miami. we don't have in the continental us in most places a conducive environment for widespread transmission. >> still, residents and tourist in this artsy area are concerned. >> really terrible news coming so close to home.
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>> zika is linked to birth defect. it causes babies to be born with a abnormally small head. health officials urge pregnant women, and those planning to become pregnant, to avoid mosquito by the by wearing long sleeves, using insect repellent, and staying inside. david begnaud, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". now getting a unusual view of the huge california wild fires, they all large enough to be seen from outer space. take a look, the fires is have burned houses -- thousands of acres along the coastline and the point logos national reserve. the largest fire in california bakers feel, called the. irston fire. incredible images there, justin joyous with the weather watchers. >> waking one clouds, temperature generally holding in the 70s at this hour, few spots seeing little fog. we do have light rain little earlier up toward the lehigh valley but overall not bad start to the saturday, spec limited sunshine but later this afternoon run the risk
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for more heavier showers even few thunderstorms, you can feel that humidity outside right now, it sticks around with us throughout the entire weekends. let's head up north. into the lehigh valley, where charles up in bath, reporting light rain coming in at 72 degrees, at this hour, julie up in allentown, 72, says the rain just finished at her house. we'll head close to philadelphia, phil, at 75 degrees under mostly cloudy skies, seeing limited sunshine this morning with the sunrise. we head down to delaware, where dolores checks in with 69 degrees, looking a little more clear, with some sunshine, and down toward interior south jersey we go to peter's house, in williamstown, he's got 70, with some fog, so may run into reduced visibility in parts of interior south jersey head down toward millville, seeing thicker fog there. but at the shore, some sunshine, not bad sunrise, this hour, looking live at ocean city, so good start to the beach day. and i think for the most part, these showers and storms
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should hold off along the coast, so don't cancel your shore plans today for the jersey shore even delaware beaches, and nice little breeze off the water keeps air temperatures little cooler today, in the low and mid eight old's along the coast, storm scan3 shows the light rain exiting northern lehigh valley poconos region right now, so we're in a break for the meantime, more areas of light rain temperature running hi, up at 72 degrees, this hour, so that indicates a lot of moisture in the air, so it feels very muggy, feel oppressive, stay that way today, tomorrow. not until next week we get a break in the humidity, shore forecast, partly sunny skies, 83 degrees for the air temperature, ocean feels good at 73, decent amount of sunshine at the shore, uv index running hi, eight out of ten but again late in the day,
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evening hours, watch out for that isolated shower or thunderstorm. now, the reason for this unsettled pattern, it continues all the way through monday, as we have good flow coming in out of the southwest aloft in the atmosphere it, bridges in humidity from the deep south. then we have this old frontal boundary kind of hanging out across the east coast, mid-atlantic, so it stays there through the entire weekends, that's the focus for some showers and storms, it stays that way through the day today, sunday, into monday, not until monday we finally see this front pushing on through, then start to get drier air back into the forecast. so today, tomorrow, casino of the same, 06% chance for scattered shower and storms both days, monday 40% chance, then tuesday, we bring in the drier air. so try to time things out for you. not much happening through noontime. afternoon today we start to see some showers, some storms popping up. areas that do could indicate some heavy rain, especially up to the north and west, lehigh valley and poconos, still tonight anywhere has a risk for showers and storms,
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through the overnight, then tomorrow, same deal, coming into the afternoon. maybe tomorrow afternoon looks a little bit better that what we will deal with today still nonetheless keep your eyes to the skies if you have
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> a water main break leaves all of this mess for blocks along roosevelt billion. i'm anita oh, coming up how traffic is being affected this morning. >> well, the dnc is over. but, what is in store for philadelphia after the event? next big event that could come
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to town. >> plus, a horse neglected and left for dead. "eyewitness news" has been following this story for month, and now, the amazing recovery from the horse, we'll show you the pictures. >> good morning, i am a rahel solomon. thanks for being with us, justin out on the cbs-3 skydeck, and last week everybody was in town for the dnc. it was hot. it was unbearable. >> as soon as they leave temperatures cool down. >> that's right. back down to the 80s, closer to average, still we are battling some humidity outside for the next several days, and bit of unsettled pattern so each day we do run the risk for some showers, some storms, especially coming in this afternoon. pretty quai net center city, we have some clouds, little sunshine, breaking out don't expect to see whole lot of sun today. but temperatures right now mid 70s, so it does feel warm, little un could comfortable, 75 at the airport, 74 wilmington, six a mount pocono. do have little light rain this morning, some suburb, not much cooler, 68 degrees, that's the coolest spot on the map at this hour.
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just north and west up in doylestown, we go to the dew points, they're running hi, feel the difference in the humidity, on the increase. we're in the low 70s for the dew point in some spots, just indicates very humid tropical-like air mass, in place, and that's going to help fuel some heavy rain once again, later on today. light rain over the poconos, should exit the region over the next half hour to hour. then we will dry for the next few hours, but once we get the sun heating things up little bit, we start to see some more heavier showers and storms developing. key word today, scattered. so not everybody sees it. mainly in the afternoon at night. best chance to see wet weather but any showers and storms that develop watch out for the heavy rain potential. eighty-six for the high for philadelphia, lower 80s at the shore, i think the shore stays dry for much of the day, really not until the nighttime hours we see the storms, there upper 70s in the poconos of the still rain chances as we head all the way into next week. i'll let you know when the humidity drops when i show you the seven day coming up in a few minutes, rahel, back to
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you. >> justin, thank you. this morning repairs crews on the scene after water main break on the roosevelt boulevard. anita o just arrived there, joins us with details, i hear that this water main break actually already affecting traffic. >> it is affecting traffic. police have block off roosevelt boulevard, for several blocks, starting at bustleton avenue. take a look here, you can see that water started gushing out after this water main break earlier this morning. this is right by the dunkin' donuts on the corner of roosevelt boulevard, and levick street. workers inside tell me that they haven't had hot water for about the past hour, and there is also very low water pressure right now, as crews work to repair this, and it is not yet clear what type of main this was, but we did see this water trail down for several blocks, along roosevelt boulevard. again, the outer northbound lanes here on roosevelt boulevard remain blocked at this time. so keep that in mind, if you are headed out this way this morning. live here in northeast
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philadelphia, anita o, cbs-3, "eyewitness news", back to you. >> well, six state workers in michigan fashion g charges in connection to the water crisis in flint. prosecutors say some of the workers tried to cover up or down play the high levels of lead, found in flint resident who drink the city water. the water became contaminated in 2014, when the city started pulling drinking water from the flint river, to save money. >> and the water back on, remains in effect for about two thirds of the city. those who live west of the cooper river, are being urged to boil their water, the advisories due to water main break that happened thursday, near river and delaire roads in pennsauken. the watt their goes into your mouth, into your body, at least for the next 24 hours, strongly recommend you do not use the pipe water. >> and state mandated water quality tests will continue.
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>> and an update on badly malnourished horse we first told but in january, video of clarissa, just after rescued, from a veterinarian's farm, such poor conditions, she could barely stand, well, take a look at clarissa now, she has been nursed back to health looking very beautiful there. nursed back to health by the last chance rescue in quakertown and so happy to report she was just adopted friday. now in perfect health and doing great. what a happy ending. eighty-seven year old new jersey woman survived after being stranded in her car for two days with no phone, no food, and only rain water to drink. she said she was only hours from her death when national guards man showed up. tony, from sister station cbs2 in new york, spoke with the woman who was saved by soldiers. >> reporter: janet haskins didn't think she would be alive today. >> i had resolved the fact that i was going to die. >> reporter: saturday while driving from little egg harbor to baltimore she somehow got stuck on a remote trail in the woods, used by tanks at joint
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base mcguire-dix lakehurst. >> i have no idea how i ended up there. i wasn't really concerned because i thought somebody will find me and help me to get out. >> haskins was traveling with her cat, she had no food or water and her smart phone was dead. two days passed, and no one came. >> it was so hot, it was real a nightmare. >> she grew dehydrated and started hallucinating. >> i would get out of the car, i thought i saw a car coming and i thought i would blow the horn, and i would wave, and holler. and then i realize there wasn't anything there. and i knew that was a bad sign. we had an effi rainstorm monday morning, and i had some bowls that i had brought to feed my cat. and i set those out on the hood. and i got water in those, so i drank those, that's the only water i had. i was resigned to the fact by monday that i wasn't going to get out. and right after that was when the men came. >> the men, four army national
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guards men, from massachusetts, on a training mission, at the military base. they stumble upon haskins' car, gave her water and oxygen, and got her help. >> i passed out in the car, i know, and i came to, and there were these men faces. it was just the best thing that ever happened. we had so much to be grateful to them for. and i'm convince philadelphia they hadn't found me i wouldn't be here today. >> haskins recovering from dehydration, unfortunately during the ordeal her cat escaped from the car and hasn't yet been found. she said waking up and seeing those soldiers was the best feeling of her life. the national guard soldiers will be honored saturday at their home base near boston. job well done. >> "eyewitness news" at a welcome home ceremony for veterans in bucks county. this is at the american legion post 148 in langhorne, the crew the heroes welcome paid tribute to veterans thanking them for their service to our country. >> we welcome home our troops, we honor our veterans.
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we show our families and our communities that our military is supported. they need to know that. they need to know that when they come home, they are not forgotten, and that we are here for them. >> and the veterans received a certificate as well as patriots i can beads and the embroidered starve an american flag that's no longer flying. >> still ahead on "eyewitness news", warm weather has many families flocking to pools and the shore, it just takes minute, even six month olds how to survive in water. we'll show you next. >> i'm pat gallen, and i'm going back almost 100 years to a time of good jazz, fancy clothe, and so much more. and check out this awesome car. come join me in the 20's here, let's go. >> all right, and our weather is about to get stormy. when we can expect drier conditions and a drop in the humidity, next.
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>> clean up from the big event is on. confetti rained down on crews at the convention center. stage now shell of it former self. now, while it took years every planning and month every building, workers say they'll have the venue back to normal over the next few days. all hard work there. then, philadelphia has now played host to two major event in less than a year, of course pope francis' visit last
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september, now the dnc, "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt looks at what's up next for philadelphia. ♪ >> just under 30 million around the country, watched hillary clinton deliver her history making speech at the wells fargo center. the spotlight on philadelphia was a bright one this week. >> we made history again. that was the tag line of the convention and really true. >> says the democratic national convention not only a success but another notch in philadelphia's ever-growing belt. >> we had record year for tourism last year we hit 41 million people, and what's amazing is that everyone is learning about philadelphia around the globe. >> expect, this week,'s convention, brought many first timer who loved the convention and the city every philadelphia. take, well organized. >> ten month ago the city swelled in population when almost a million people came to see pope francis, during
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his visit to the united state. >> wheel the olympics might not be in the cards, snyder believes the superbowl is. she says the city can easily handle a superbowl, and other big event. >> we always laugh that people say the media has been saying philadelphia is having a moment. and we say we're having an era. >> well, the superbowl may be few years off, but officials are expected to announce next week that philadelphia will host the 2017nfl draft. reporting in center city, david spunt, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> thousands turn out for free community fair, montgomery county, "eyewitness news" at elmwood park zoo in norristown for the eighth and aoun kids fair. residents within the 17 senatorial district includes parts every delaware, montgomery county treated to food and fun while learning about community resources. the family event was co-hosted by pennsylvania state senator, and suburban community
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hospital. >> are you dreaming every quitting your job or maybe just paying off some debt? well, you should probably buy a powerball ticket. tonight's drawing up to nearly half billion dollars. it is $478 million to be exact. nearly three month have passed without a winner which is why the jackpot is so big. the cash pay out will make you an instant millionaire, little more than 330 million in wings. powerball numbers are drawn tonight. tickets cost $2, good luck. >> well, there is still a lot more coming up on cbs this morning saturday. anthony mason, van eat adjourn us live with a preview. good morning to you both. >> we were just saying you really sold us on those powerball ticket. we have got to go get some. >> hey, rahel, good morning, coming up the days headlines, plus shopping under the influence. more retailers are now adding alcohol to their retail experience. can in-store bars boost profit? >> plus making big world out every tiny things, we look for the art, a class that goes back centuries. >> and, got block buster
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fatigue? we'll break down the best under the radar films, all of that plus your eye opener the dish and muse nick our saturday session, just ahead on cbs this morning. saturday. >> we would never quit our jobs if we won the powerball, but would be nice. >> never, rahel, never. >> i don't know, half billion is pretty big. >> i would just like to have the option to say no, right? all right, thanks, guys. >> with the hot temperatures we've been having, families headed to the pool and the beach. but fun times can quickly turnage wick water is involved. "3 on your side" jim donovan has more on one way parents are helping to keep their babies safer. >> when she fell into this pool her parent con behalf year because second later she floated to the surface and began to swim. >> she is a kicker and a mover. >> even in a snow suit. it is all part of her training
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with certified aquatic survival instructor dina >> she said all it takes for a child to learn to survive in water, her youngest students are just six months olds. >> really rewarding, and they start realizing she likes it, in a few weeks, we have a swummer. >> according to the child safety advocate group, safe kids world-wide, drowning is the third leading cause of death among children under the age of one. says kids can drown in seconds, even under adult supervision. >> things happen. you bling. you're distracted, you don't realize the gate was open. >> that's why demand for her services keeps growing. but it can sometimes be hard for parent to watch their kids go under, even in a controlled setting. >> if you are nervous as a parent, get over it. >> for the kids, it is just
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another day at the pool. >> she lovers the water, and she is always jumping in and splashing, and it is a good time. >> reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. how cute. all right, justin, probably so many people at the pool and at the beach, pertsly this week, little cooler? >> little cooler but still humid. so it is going to feel good diving into a pool or in the ocean, ocean water comfortable in the 70s. run the risk for showers and storms this afternoon, that's when you do not want to be in the pool. if you can hear thunder you are close enough to be struck by lightning, so head indoors, hear that later today, certainly, tomorrow, as well. even into monday. so moving into an unsettled stretch of some nasty weather coming in, as far as heavy rain, so much humidity around. temperatures this morning, it is warm. very muggy outside. in the low 70s over most locations from our weather watchers, even mid 70s now showing up, up in willow grove, 72 degrees, at barbara's house, cherry hill, lynn has 73, 75 here in
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philadelphia, at phil's, in chesterfield, ed connor, 71, couple of cooler spots, perkasie, newark, delaware, upper 60s at john jenkins' house, dolores lee cup earn 60s, pete nerve williamstown, 70, he's got some fog. kenneth martin in willingboro at 74, in allentown, julia coming in at 72. little sunshine around this morning, here is a shot from lynn in cherry hill. sunshine mixed with some high clouds over us right now, but we will see more clouds developing, later this morning, into the afternoon. clear at the moment, over philadelphia, right now. with the sun up, then out in earlier this morning, we did have some fog, mixed in, so tough to see some sunshine, and down south interior south jersey some of the fog we're dealing with around williamstown. rehoboth beach, clear skies at the moment as women. a lot of sunshine to kick off your morning temperatures there, generally going to be into the low 80s this afternoon, so good start to the beach day in delaware, and in new jersey. i think most of the day stays dry along the coast, so i'm
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thinking you need to cancel the beach plans. does show left over rain showers across the poconos at this hour, continues to diminish, then in nice little break, depending on where you are, you are seeing some sunshine specially around philadelphia and the areas south and east but more clouds and showers building to the south and west. so we're sit in the warm humid air mass over the mid-atlantic, will help fuel potential heavy rain once again later this afternoon into tonight. dew point temperatures running high. once they're in the 70s, that's when it really feels uncomfortable. that's what we're dealing with through the afternoon as we go into tonight, same deal. even little higher tomorrow. we could be dealing with dew point in the mid 70s. when you want to stay indoors in the air-conditioning, but at least we're not dealing with heat indexes over 100 degrees because air temperatures are much cooler. stowe does feel oppressive, with the humidity today, tomorrow, even into monday, finally on tuesday, still have to get some drier air back in here, pushes out the humidity, feels little better. shore forecast today, again, maybe that late day shower or storm, 83 degrees, most of the day should stay dry tomorrow.
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better chance for some scattered showers and storms into the afternoon, 83 again, monday still wet weather around, stays humid, highs 85 degrees. now, the reason for the unsettled stretch, old frontal boundary hanging out across the mid-atlantic for the next 48 to 72 hours. so that's going to be the focus for some showers and storms each afternoon. mostly daytime heating and temperatures holding generally in the mid maybe even upper 80s in the warm spots. not much happening through the morning, but this afternoon, we start to see few showers popping up, not everybody sees it, looks like the best chance is going to be up toward the lehigh valley and poconos, the threat continues tonight, even into south jersey and delaware, anywhere has the risk to see heavy rain and then tomorrow afternoon kind of the same deal. we see more showers and storms pop up, but this actually shows little less chance coming in tomorrow. so again, same deal. with showers moving on through, through the overnight, into tomorrow, and even monday, still showing some left over showers, finally tuesday, drying it out. eighty-six for the high today,
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partly sunny skies this morning, more clouds, some showers this afternoon. stays muggy tonight, get some heavy downpours specially into the evening hours, low of 72 degrees, extended forecast, we keep it in the mid 80s the next few days, showers and storms each day, tuesday will feel good. eighty-four, low humidity, then by the ends of next week we bring back some heat, highs approaching 90 again by friday. rahel, back to you. >> justin, thank you. celebration of the jazz age on the delaware. the glenn glenn forward estate throwing big party today. like a scene right out of the great gatsby. "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen shows you how you can be a part of it. >> along the banks of the delaware river in northeast philadelphia lies hidden gem. >> one of the most beautiful part of the delaware river in all every philadelphia. when you are here, you really think you just stepped back in time. it is like amazing. >> here at the glenn glenn forward mansion on the delaware river, the roaring 20's are back.
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even if just for one day. >> on july 30th, they'll celebrate that decade, and all that comes along with it. the jazz age on the delaware event is back for another year. >> it was fantastic, it was just wonderful day of folks having great time, enjoying the scenery, the music and the dancing. >> just to see everybody up in their outfit, and just dancing, having a great time, drinking cocktails, awesome. >> while they were ready for the party, chuck and friends showed me how they get down, at a roaring 20's gathering. >> chuck, i need to learn thousand dan before i come to this party. i can't look like a fool, so what do you have for me? >> it is okay, we got this. the basic charleston step, walking step, and downing it all day, do all kinds of styling to it, throw your hands up once you get used to it. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> dancing, check. music, check.
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vintage cars, check. and you can expect plenty more fun at jazz age on the delaware. pat gallen, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> probably some beautiful dresses, too, than event is their signature event, if you would like to know more about it go to glenn ford, last year about a thousand people took part in the event, and they say this year they are expecting an even greater turn out. it should be fun. >> when we come back, justin telling us about the risk for
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>> justin, joining us now, good weekend for an event.
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possibly showers? >> later this afternoon, best chance for a showers and storms, key word here scattered, so possible not everybody sees it. you can feel it, so any showers that develop, watch out for some brief heavy rainfall. again, mainly coming in this afternoon and again at night. >> tomorrow, stays warm, humid throughout the weaken, but at least not dealing with mid upper 90s degrees high temperatures, generally in the mid 80s, with some sunshine around, monday, still unsettled, with the chance for a shower, storm, finally on tuesday, and wednesday, going to feel pretty good. for early october mid 80s for highs, some sunshine low humidity, by the end of the week, going to bring back some heat. looks like we we approach 90 degrees by next friday. so, we're in the heart of summer, and we're not done yet. >> hard to believe that july is over. >> i know. >> yes, we have 23, 90 agree plus days so far. that's the seasonal average. we already had it. but we have another month to go, even into september. >> hopefully the rest of the
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summer a little better than the beginning. we'll see. justin, thank you. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tv but we're always on line cbsphilly.com. cbs morning saturday is next. have a great weekend. >> ♪ >> ♪
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