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caught on cam part of the fence collapses at a cons inert camden sending dozens to the hospital. the fbi carries out several raid in the philadelphia region a union boss and city council hand are at certainty of the investigation. it is saturday august 6th, good morning i'm jan carabao in for rahel solomon. now here's meteorologist justin drabick with eyewitness weather. i hear it is hit or miss showers today. >> yes, typical summertime day, scattered stuff coming in the afternoon. hot and humid though. we had a nice break from the 90's but it is back today one day and second half of the weekend looking better but this morning we are dreary with some cloud, limited sunshine, actually there is a few showers in south jersey right now but main or best chance to see some storms, will be coming mid to late afternoon today. outside center city you can see some clouds indicating a
lot of humidity and fog trying to develop but visibility still looking good. it is warm though. 77 degrees at the airport. that is compliments of the southwest win 8 miles an hour pumping in humidity, still very muggy outside, 74 in the lehigh valley. sixty-nine in mount pocono at the shore points pretty much similar in the mid 70's, pottstown, coming in at 74. it is feeling tropical with dew point temperatures back in the low to mid 70's over a lot of locations. it feels oppressive. it will stay like that through the day-to-day. you can see spotty showers or maybe a few thunderstorms south jersey cape may county, ocean city, sea isle getting wet weather, even into dover delaware. everybody else is dry and then there will be a stronger line of showers and storms that moved in, mainly in the a afternoon, between two and 6:00 o'clock. scattered showers and storms especially this afternoon and because of the humidity there could be heavy rain on any of these storms that do develop. hot though we're up to 92.
upper 80's at the shore lower 80's at the poconos. the once we get through today nice stretch coming up for early august we will talk about that in a few minutes, jan, back to you. latest on two prominent philadelphia leaders who are targets of multiple federal raids. now those raids took place in at least ten locations all across the city including the ibew local 98 headquarters and union hall, union leader john dougherty's home and bar and councilman bobby henon's two philadelphia offices. "eyewitness news" reporter david spunt has more on yesterday's raids. >> reporter: as federal agents raided his home in south philadelphia, ibew business manager, john dougherty, paced back and forth on the sidewalk making phone calls and talking to cameras. >> i'm very comfortable with where we're at right now. once we get ugly scenario by we will be fine. >> reporter: agents left with several boxes and computers, they also took items from another nearby home dougherty
owns. and, dougherty's pub down the street. four and a half miles away a semi truck pulled up to the ibew headquarters and union hall where agent took out boxes filled with paperwork. authorities raided two offices of the city councilman bobby henon, close associate of dougherty, philadelphia's mayor jim kenney a man close to dougherty and henon didn't have much to say about the raids agents left the scene in the afternoon but future for both dougherty and henon is uncertain. john dougherty doesn't seem phased. >> i have been under scrutiny my whole life. i don't understand why. maybe it is because i win too much. >> reporter: fbi spokesperson confirmed yesterday's investigation, in more tea tails were given, no one was arrested. reporting from the union headquarters, david spunt for
cbs-3 "eyewitness news". in 2006 federal agents searched john dougherty's home, documents revealed they were investigating whether dougherty unlawfully received free labor at his home and got a condo at the shore for below fair market value. they investigated if he evaded taxes no charges were filed begins him. in february dougherty was accused of hitting a then nonunion worker during an argument at a south jersey constriction site. surveillance video shows an altercation but not the alleged incident. dougherty claims self-defense, charges were never filed. >> meantime another location that was targeted yesterday, agents raided a warehouse in camden county. chopper three over the mjk electrical building in berlin. the fbi does confirm this is part of the same investigation but they have not released anymore details. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the federal raids. we will bring you latest updates on tv and anytime, on line over at cbs philly.com.
police say 42 people are hurt, following a snoop dog and wiz khalifa concert at bb and t pavilion in camden. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is live at the scene with the very latest on what happened, anita. >> reporter: good morning, jan. pretty scary situation as police say dozens of people were injured after that railing collapsed at the bb and t pavilion last night and now the question is were there enough safety measures in place. like many nights on the camden waterfront hundreds of fans gathered a at bb and t pavilion for a concert. >> the one moment, a lot of people fall down. >> reporter: but this was no ordinary evening. around 10:30 as wiz khalifa and snoop dog performed, chaos erupted when a i 3-foot railing collapsed sending dozens of fans tumbling to the ground. >> i saw one guy who was pushing his face on this part of his head was opened.
>> reporter: camden fire officials say 42 people were hurt in the accident which many concert goers caught on cell phone video. >> all of the people from the back, by 300 people that it it was only one line. >> reporter: we spoke to several eyewitness hose say they have been to many concerts around the world and never seen such a thin railing holding back fans. >> it is not safe. people are crazy. everyone wanted to record. >> reporter: they say railing was not strong to sustain weight of dozens of fans trying to snap video of the two wrappers. >> reporter: now that platform where fans were standing, several feet above a concrete walkway so you can imagine the kind of injuries that can be sustain once those fans fell to the ground. luckily crews say, that much of the injuries seem to be minor and organizers cancelled the rest of the concert shortly thereafter. live from camden anita o h
for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a car accident in west philadelphia send several people to the hospital. "eyewitness news" at the intersection of the forty-eighth street and wood land avenue. medics rush four people to the hospital, there is this word on their condition. police continue to investigate the cause of the crash. a judge in florida has offered, has ordered reputed philadelphia crime boss joey merlino held without bail pending a detention hearing on tuesday. merlino was a rested in palm beach county among 46 people indicted in connection with alleged organized crime activities. wide ranging charges for the group including racketeering, conspiracy, arson and firearms trafficking. pennsylvania's highest court has cleared the way for attorney general kathleen kaine's criminal trial to go on as planned. the state supreme court denied kane's emergency petition to have charges against her drop. she's accused of leaking secret grand jury information and then lying bit under oath.
jury selection for kane's perjury trial gets underway in norristown monday. kane is in the running for a second term. montgomery county officials announced the rest of daniel jacob erb of hat blow this follows an investigation that a gymnastics instructor allegedly sexually assaulted a girl multiple times from the time she was eight until she was 11. erb faces charges including endangering welfare of the child, indecent assault and unlawful contact with a child. well, the world is watching, as rio di janeiro, plays host to the 2016 olympic games. the country is putting on these games at the a too many of economic and political turmoil. jamie youkiss takes us inside the brazil yan cities first big test the opening ceremony. >> reporter: millions around the world tune in the olympic opening ceremony at rio di janeiro marcana stadium that highlighted brazilan culture
with the help of 5,000 performers and volume tears. along with about 11,000 athletes, super model gisele bundchen participated in the three hour ceremony but brazilan soccer great pele stayed home because of health problems. those who scored a ticket got to check an item off their bucket list. >> every day is getting closer more exciting. >> reporter: excitement around the stadium builds so does frustration of many locals who believe olympic games have in the been good for the country. a 20 minute walk from the opening ceremony stadium and people protesting gathered and they were searched by a strong force of police officers. protests erupted throughout the day supporters of the brazil's ousted president block a main road that runs alongside copa cabana beach forcing the torch procession to deviate from the plan route. >> are you upset that the olympic games are here.
>> yes, military says of our city has killed more than 2500 people. >> reporter: more fire works are likely still to come on the street, not far from the real burst friday night above the stadium n rio di janeiro, jamie youkiss for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". check this out, top notch athletes are not only ones in rio for summer olympics, pokemon go is unless brazil, popular game has clogged servicer from the u.s. to japan and now marched across central and south america just in time for last night's ceremonies. no word if pokemon will make an appearance. i hear that one is very illusive. is there much more ahead on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", donald trump make up his mind about key endorsement, and that cup of coffee enjoying on your way to work will cost you shore, we will tell what you local lawmakers plan to do when "eyewitness new
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speaker of the house are, paul ryan. >> his announcement comes just days after declining, to back ryan in his congressional campaign, republican party heavyweights skipped the event, among them ryan, governor scott walker and senator ron johnson, early in the day at a rally in des moines iowa with running mate mike pence trump took aim at hillary clinton's temper. >> she's really pretty close to unhinged. >> trump defended his own demeanor. >> i have been told by so many people that know me under pressure donald, that is when you do the best. >> nationally clinton has an average seven-point average over trump who by all account is having a pretty bad week. clinton blamed herself for inconsistencies during an interview about what fbi director james comey said about her e-mail and what she told the american people. >> what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful is consistent with what i have
said publicly. i may have short circuited. >> reporter: on monday clinton campaigns in florida where she has a significant edge over trum in the polls. craig boswell for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a good man is facing manslaughter charges in the deaths of his twin daughters whom authorities say he left in the hot car. the 15 month-old girls have been identified as aerial and elaine north, police say when they arrived at the scene in carrollton georgia last night, the girls father 24 year-old asa north were trying to cool the eld remembered in the kiddie pool out back. another neighbor rush over with packs have of ice but was not enough to save those girls. >> we did find a car that did have two child seats in the the back seat of the car. we believe possibly that is where the children were possibly left. >> the national safety council says it is concerning about the number of, hot car deaths, involving children, so far this summer at least 26 kid in 15 states have died after
being left in those hot cars, and it is already two more than last year. a virginia marries facing drug charges after police sting operation, investigators say fairfax city mayor r scott overthorn was arrested for at ledge distribution of the methamphetamine and returned for sex. according to police silverthorn was corresponding with detectives on a fake web site and agreed to meet at a hotel, to buy drugs in exchange for sex. mayor allegedly gave those detectives meth and then was arrested. well, it looks like that cup of coffee on your way to work could cost you a fine if new jersey lawmakers have their way in a new bill. people who eat, drink, groom, or use electronic devices behind the wheel could face a 200 to 400-dollar fine for the first offense. for second offense drivers could face fines of 400 to $600, a third or subsequent offense could mean a fine of 600 to $800, and up to 90 day
licenses suspension with motor vehicle points. it could be costly for a cup of coffee, justin. >> i love the guys that are shaving. >> that is right, love them and the makeup. >> yes. fun stuff there. weather-wise, not so fun think afternoon because we could be strong to severe thunderstorms, keyword the scattered. keep your eyes to the sky if you have outdoor plans this afternoon. tomorrow looking better, it will feel better as well. we're waking up with temperature low to mid to upper 70's. we will go up to the lehigh valley where julia in allentown is a at 73 degrees with overcast skies and little bit further off to the north from there, we will go up to bath where charles is 72 degrees, with once again with the cloudy skies, we are seeing limited sunshine around, closer to the city, mid up toker 70's, we will go to allen in delran 74 degrees, few peaks of sunshine at this hour. we will go to delaware where we have a few spotty showers to talk about this morning. john in glass co he had light
rain, at 73 degrees, in parts of the northern and september rally with delaware because of the showers. we are seeing more rain along the shore points. we will go live to ocean city, camera lens wet at this hour, a damp start to our beach day to day but certainly these showers should move through the next couple of hours, perhaps seeing a few peaks of sun before we see another round of some showers and storms, especially later on this afternoon. here's storm scan three so you will look to our south, central southern delaware and south jersey you will see spotty showers and maybe a few rumbles out of this. a lot of moisture in the air. you can feel that humidity. we are dry. central new jersey. up to the north and west and then we will find more showers and storms developing in western and central pennsylvania, but they will fire up more this afternoon once we get daytime heating as cold front tracking through later tonight. that will put an end to our brief surge in humidity and you can feel it outside right now. dew points temperatures continue to rise we are up to
72 degrees, past several days it felt good, now it is feeling oppressive, it stays that like that through day. here's the forecast lower 07's this afternoon. tonight, it starts to get better, midnight starting to see 50's showing up to the north and that indicates dry less humid air mass and then tomorrow it will feel good, dew points 50 to 60 degrees for early august. it is tough to beat so get outside and enjoyed it. we have showers next couple hours. should get a break. few peaks of sun. more the scattered storms late afternoon into the evening, 83 for the high temperature, ocean water feeling good, in the upper 70's. so cold front, comes through late today, ahead of it, hot 92 for the high temperature. we will put an end to the 90's. bring back 80's tomorrow, feels good, still warm but less humid. then this high pressure center sits over new england for the start of next week and that locks in a nice weather pattern. we're talking low humidity
temperatures where they should be for early august. this afternoon we are under a marginal risk for severe storms. that means a 5 percent chance. mainly, strong wind gusts and main problems with any of these storms. early afternoon 2:00 o'clock musikfest in bethlehem you could run into scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. they move in around four or 5:00. then they move into south jersey and off shore around nine or 10:00 o'clock. overnight much better. tomorrow nothing but sunshine. looking at temperatures, hot spots today, lower 90's wilmington, philadelphia, trenton, dover delaware and tonight, still muggy, 60's to lower 07's and then tomorrow we will knock back temperatures mid up toker 80's, close to average and low humidity. today hot and humid, best chance for storms later this have afternoon, tonight storm chance early in the evening and otherwise partly cloudy, mug which a low of 72. less humid tomorrow, 88 degrees in the sunshine, mid 80's monday and tuesday, it will feel good and then it
will bring back humidity by end of next week back to 90 degrees wednesday and thursday with shower and storm chances, coming in thursday and friday, jan, we will send it back over to you. still ahead on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", and a arrange about dangerous rip currents about jersey shore what you can do to stay safe when "eyewitness news" fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee,
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a camden concert featuring two top artists is cut short, the reason why is caught on camera criminal justice center is closed as investors look for what caused an elevator accident. it work when the pope was in town find out when philly can enjoy streets without traffic, and those cars, once again. today is saturday august 6th good morning i'm jan carabao in for rahel solomon. justin drabick is on the sky deck with eyewitness weather. justin how are barbecues looking today and are we invited to yours. >> always, everybody is invited to mine but i'm not having one today just because of the threat for some storms, tomorrow is going to be a
better day to be outside but if you do have outdoor plans today, i don't think you need to cancel them just yet. we could run into stronger shower and storms and have your eyes in the sky for threatening weather. if you can hear thunder you are close enough to be struck by lightening. dreary outside, overcast skies, warm, muggy, that is big difference today, humidity is on the rise. temperatures in the upper 70's at this hour. it will not take a lot of sunshine to get us up to 90 degrees. we should see a few peaks. mid 70's in south jersey and delaware, up in northwestern suburbs, still very warm, quakertown at this hour at 73 degrees. i mentioned humidity rise, dew point temperature tells the story, this has been a change over the past 24 hours, anywhere from seven to 15 degrees warmer in the dew point, that means a huge increase in the humidity, and it is pretty tough to see outside for a while today and you can really feel that humidity, tough to brief, feels oppressive, tomorrow
much better. couple scattered showers, impacting the shore points and parts of the delaware. we should dry and be dry mid to late morning but in the afternoon watch out for scattered showers and storm as heavy rainfall possible because of the humidity so high f we get severe storms main threat will be strong wind gusts. ninety-two for philadelphia, upper 80's at the shore and lower 80's in the poconos. we have a nice stretch of weather for august the in the seven day. we will let you know when that arrives in a few minutes. back over to you. a rap concert at bb and t pavilion in camden is cut short by an accident and it is all caught on camera. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is their life to explain what happened, anita is this. >> reporter: good morning, jan. when you are attending a concert you don't expect something like this to happen. camden fire officials say 42 people were hurt after a railing collapsed during a concert here at bb and t pavilion. it happened around 10:30 during snoop dog and wiz khalifa concert and of the two
wrappers came up on the second stage concert goers say many pressed against railing to snap video, when 3-foot railing collapsed end ising dozens of fans tumbling to the ground, many piling on top of each other. we spoke to several people who say they caught video of the collapse on their cell phones, pedestrian tro gomez is one of them. he attended many concerts and festivals around the world but never seen such a fragile fence holding back such a large amount a of people. >> i saw one guy, you know, who was pushing his face on all of this part of the head was opened. >> they cancelled the rest of the concert. it is not yet clear whether they reschedule. that live from camden, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". there are new developments this morning surrounding the unrest in turkey, and they have ties to pennsylvania. lawyers for turkish cleric fethullah gulen who lives in the poconos say they fear an attack on his life. turkey has issued an arrest
warrant for gulen and accusing him of orchestrating the recent coup attempt there. gulen denies involvement. >> he condemned this coup the way he condemn every other coup in turkey, again, for mr. e would have to be acting inconsistent with everything that he has done in his entire adult life. >> turkey has not yet made a formal extradition request, the u.s. has asked turkey for evidence, of gulen's involvement. meantime here at home republican lawmakers plan to introduce legislation revising delaware's death penalty law, the state supreme court declared that the current law is unconstitutional earlier this week. state justices said that delaware's law was unconstitutional because ate allows judges too much discretion and does not require that the jury find unanimously that a defendant deserves to be executed. state g.o.p. leaders say they will introduce legislation next year. police are looking for two
men in connection with the shooting that wounded a a ten year-old girl in north philadelphia on july 28th. these are the suspects, 23 year-old richard holmes and 29 year-old steven kearney, police say gunfire rang out on the 2100 block of north rosewood street after one hand got in the argument with another man. investigators say the suspect opened fire missing his target but hitting the girl in her arm. police say a second gunman then began firing from a second floor window as the man involved in the argument, both suspects remain on the loose, the child was treated and then released. chicago police are looking at training and tactics after an officer fatally shot a suspect car their last week. as jericka duncan reports the actual shooting was never caught on tape but we do want to warn you that you may find the video that was released disturbing. >> within seconds of spotting a reported stolen jag war,
police fired more than a dozen shots at the car 18 year-old paula neil was driving. o'neill sped off and rammed into a police car. o'neill then fled on foot after a short chase, he was shot in the back but the fatal shooting was not captured on any cameras, only the after math. >> unaudible. >> reporter: officers believed o'neill was firing at them but no gun was ever recover on o'neill or in the car. michael opphimer represents o'neill's tamly. >> these police officers decided to play judge, jury, and executioner. >> reporter: video was made public eight days after the incident, a far cry from the 14 months it took to release video of officer jason van dike shooting and killing 17 year-old laquan chicago police
donald. the officer who said on video he thought he shot o'neill, knew early on there would be trouble. >> i will be on the desk for 30 days now. >> the police out here acting reckless report report chicago police superintendent eddie johnson tried to have a news conference outside police headquarters but he was shouted down by protest tears. three of the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave. we tried to reach out to them for comment but got no reply. meanwhile the police superintendent, says that a new policy may have been violated, for preventing officers from firing at a moving vehicle. jericka duncan for cbs news, chicago. that was unclear when philadelphia's criminal just advertise center will reopen for court business after an elevator mishap on thursday injured two people, one critically. yesterday the cjc was closed again while investigators work to pinpoint what went wrong,
sheriff drew williams told "eyewitness news" that sergeant paulaens has a long recovery ahead have of him. he suffered a broken back and other injuries after elevator he was riding in shot from the 11th floor up through the ceiling of the shaft. collision rained debris. clerk inside that, elevator was treated and then released. parts of the philadelphia will be shut down for a day next month as all part of an event called philly free streets. the event was inspired in part by pope francis visit to philadelphia, many streets were closed to cars, and people seemed to love it. city officials have announced upcoming plans for a one day event during which miles of streets will be closed again. >> on september 24th philly free streets will open up seven plus miles of streets for children, families, a adults, to walk, bike, play and enjoy cities parks and rivers. >> now the event will also include free family friendly fitness activities and educational programming, about
our cities waterways, public arts and architecture. well, plans to revive ss united states and convert tonight to a luxury cruise liner have been since abandoned. earlier this year crystal cruise has announced it will restore the ship now dock in south philadelphia and get it back out there on the ocean but company determined it would be too expensive to restore the six five-year old vessel, instead they will make a $350,000 donation to the copsvation group that owns the ship. now to a warning if you are heading to the shore this weekend is there a rupp current advisory in effect. "eyewitness news" new jersey reporter cleve bryan, traveled to atlantic city where he saw firsthand the dangers. >> reporter: only takes a moment for a fun day at the beach to take a turn for the worst. >> my life flash in front of my eyes. >> reporter: as we talk to the beach patrol about a rip current advisory latoyia jackson from philadelphia almost became a victim. life guard launched rescue
boats and other went through surf while she was swallowing water trying to regain her footing. >> i almost drawn, the water was pulling me and trying to swim out and i could swim, i can swim but that was crazy. >> reporter: in the last two days atlantic city life guard performed 60 rescues and moved hundreds of people out of the way for rip currents. >> you can go from waist deep to over your head very quick. >> reporter: chief steve downey says his life guard are always ready to respond but he would prefer swimmers pay bet's tension to the life guard. >> they think they are fine. they don't know what we are blowing at. >> reporter: rip currents are brown sandy areas along the shoreline where water rapidly recedes out to sea. they are often along jetties but they can pop up anywhere and that was case for latoyia jackson who received help from two good samaritans. >> she started to go under. he put his arm up. we held her up from the the water. it is pretty strong out there. >> reporter: nearly all drownings happened after life guard go home for the day f you wanting to swimming, make
sure you you find out fur town has a protect beach in the after hours. in atlantic city, cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> very good advice there, cleve. here's what else is going on "eyewitness news" this morning, pat gallen is having his eggs and ham high above the ground, we will take you to the place that serves breakfast up in the sky. plus latest trend with drones, reason this one is going above and beyond just shooting the scenery. got plans for the great outdoors? rain might interrupt them, justin drabick has the forecast coming
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geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. breakfast before a lock day at the beach makes a great start to any day but what about breakfast with the sea gulls view of the beach and we're not talking about dining on the top of the tall building. pat gallen tells bus breakfast in the sky. >> ♪ >> reporter: during summer months what is better than spending a morning on the beach? spending a morning above the beach and in wildwood, you can do just that. >> breakfast in the sky is a a very unique offering that we have here at morey piers where you can dine 150 feet above sea level, gourmet breakfast with white linen, chine at whole 9-yard we are pulling out all of the stops. >> we're not just talking eggs and toast, their menu items range from belgium lobsters to shrimp and lobster omelette.
view and food are drawing people from all over the area and for different reasons. >> i'm going up, to have breakfast on the ferris wheel my favorite ride. >> your favorite ride. the only ride you will go on. >> only ride i will go on. >> reporter: scared of the others. >> yes. >> good way to surprise my wife on my birthday. >> reporter: surprising your wife on your birth the day. >> that is the plan. >> reporter: how does that work. >> it works out good for me. >> reporter: chapel family from franklinville new jersey has done this before and they had to come back. >> we love it. the food, awesome. it is such a neat experience, every time i tell somebody about it, they are like my gosh, coolest thing ever and it is neat. something neat and different to do and then we go to the water park afterward. >> reporter: this is breakfast in the sky here on the wildwood boardwalk that takes you well above the beach, for a nice little heel early in the morning. it looks like i'm's tall enough. let's go.
a beautiful morning and a beautiful meal. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning saturday, anthony mason and vanita nair joining us from new york with the preview, good morning. >> hi jan we want to go down to wildwood. >> sound like fun. >> coming up in the days headlines, plus altering your vote, in a year when everything gets hacked are electronic voting machines safe? we will take a look. plus with the the olympics underway meet an american who hopes to make history in his sport. we will introduce to you one of the fastest kyackers in the world. >> it was a birthday party like no other, aaron nevel celebrated his seventh fifth this week with the concert and a great new album. we will sit down with him and take you to a special performance in our saturday session. >> all that plus your eye opener, comedian david cross and the dish just ahead on cbs
this morning saturday. we will be watching, thanks guys. in the last couple of years, drones have become an increasingly popular way to capture aerial photography, but as natasha brown reports one group of flyers is focused instead on how fast they can get these drowns to go and how fast they can turn their hob any to a full-fledged sport it was you tube videos like these, viewed millions of times last year that sent lots of people shopping for drones. peter gray hand was one of them. >> we saw videos and say why am i not doing this right new. >> reporter: now as you veil yan is a drone pilot for team multi star. it has taken off because races look like this. pilots use a real time feed from the drone's camera to steer the quad helicopter but they can few view the feed and they hope drone it will get the sport of the e sport and auto racing. >> get to fly around with no limits.
>> reporter: nineteen year-old kaine mcdear won $2,500 as win other this have weeks liberty cup in new jersey. next he is heading to the u.s. nationals in new york, a 15 year-old won a quarter million at a race this year in dubai. $2,000 a year can get you racing but it could take months to learn to fly allman you'll drones, which, they build and adrenaline rush, he compares to the motorcycles he used to race. very muggy outside, big difference, we are waking up to a warm start, mid to upper 70's and we will check out
what is happening north and west of the city, and eagleville, he has 74, mostly cloudy skies, but that is what we are dealing with, through most of the delaware valley, heading out to chester county where fran in nottingham, 75, overcast skies, just a little bit to the south. we will go to newark, delaware where delores lee is at 74. they had showers through glass co delaware and showers impacting parts of the shore points, and we are heading over to medford, new jersey and andrew at 71 degrees, under mostly cloudy skies. stick nothing south jersey, we will stick you down to middletown ship high school cape may courthouse where we will see a few, peaks of sunshine, these showers, and 73, west northwest breeze coming in at 2 miles per hour. if you open the past two or three hours cluster of scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder impacted parts of the shore. we saw rain, we are seeing cumberland county new jersey, still seeing light rain. they have moved out of
delaware. otherwise just some cloud, should break for some sunshine, and then we will see more showers and storm arrive later this afternoon. big jump in the humidity. these are dew point temperatures. this gauges home moisture or how it feels to the bodies and once we have dew points in the 07's, it feels oppressive and stay indoors in the the air conditioning. we have one more high day of humidity to go here and then second half of the weekend does look much better. part of the reason is wind direction out of the south, so that brings in heat and humidity, but once this front comes through wind shift out of the northwest for tomorrow, so that is a cooler dryer air flow and notice big change for second half of the weekend. if you are beach plans today at the shore, upper 80's, limited sunshine, watch out for showers over the next hour and then again later this afternoon and evening, tomorrow looking a whole lot better, full sunshine 86, but less humid and very pleasant conditions to start off next week, mid 80's for afternoon air temperatures. now water temperatures are feeling good up and down the new jersey shore, delaware
beaches, we are in the mid to upper 70's but we have south wind today and a lot of times when that happens if it is strong enough it can push warm water back out to sea. tomorrow it is possible those ocean temperatures will be cooler then what they are today. so cold front approaches this after afternoon. initially we are dry but watch out for scattered showers and storms mid to late afternoon, again keyword scattered, just typical summer day here and then front off shore tomorrow we are back to some sunshine, nice and dry, and that trend continues in, to early next week as high pressure just sits itself over new evening hand and with the placement like that we are in for a nice stretch coming up. so storm threats today, a lot of humidity, heavy rainfall, win ape lightening, maryland rate threat and then low threats for hail and tornadoes. strong wind gusts are main threat for these storms if they do come severe. 2:00 this afternoon we have musikfest going on and could run into rough weather. showers and storms move south into philadelphia around three or four and then south jersey
and then off shore by ten or 11. a brief hit by showers and storms. it is hot today. lower 90's for warm spots. eighty's every where else. tonight still muggy. lower 07's for low temperatures. tomorrow we're cooler, close to average, mid to upper 80's feeling good with the low humidity. today hot and humid 92 degrees. watch out for late day showers or storms. tonight chance forstrom in the evening hours and partly cloud which a low of 72. here's the extended forecast once we get through today we have a nice stretch still going warm tomorrow 88 degrees in the sun. feeling good with low humidity monday and tuesday but that humidity returns on wednesday we are back to 90 with chance for showers and storms thursday and friday, january, back to you. >> stay with us, "eyewitness news" will be right
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eagles will take a break from hilting at training camp, last couple days contact has taken a toll yesterday, four players had to leave with injuries, defensive lineman mike martin and marcus smith left practice with injuries. martin with a knee sprain, smith with the concussion. also joining them in the trainer's room was receiver zach ertz and jordan matthews. both injured when they were hit low during a live drill by rookies blake countes and jalen mills. despite these injuries head coach doug pederson says it is part of football. >> it is a contact sport. this will happen. whether it happens today or whether it happens thursday night, it is part of the game and i'm a big believer you never shy away from contact. you got to have contact. >> tom brady speaking for the first time after dropping his appeals in deflate gate he will miss patriots first four game after commissioner goodell suspended him for using under inflated football.
tom explained why he dropped the appeal it was a personal decision. i try to come out here and focus on what i need to do to get better and help our team. like i said i will be excited to be back when i'm back. i will be cheering our team on and hoping to win every game. >> pro football hall of fame class of 2016 will be induct tonight in canton, ohio. one of the players will be roman catholic's marvin harrison who played 13 season for indianapolis colts and holds team record in receptions, yards, touchdowns. he owns nfl mark for most receptions in the season at 143. marvin reflect on his career. >> i never really paid attention to accolade. i played the game week in and week out. i never looked back at what i have done or what i can do. i just played the game and played extremely well every week. my goal was always to play the perfect game. every week no math ther what i did the week before next week
i wanted to play better. >> that is all for sports i'm leslie van arsdal have a great day. now the phillies on the road taking on the padres. phillies are down two to nothing in the fourth inning that is until cameron rupp hits a home run and it goes right in the stands. now aaron altear and miguel franco also scored, phillies go up three- two. game remained close but phillies do win five-four, they will lay again tonight at 8:40. former sixers allen iverson returns to philadelphia to host celebrity summer class that i can bears his name. basketball game was held last night at liacouras center on temple university campus, and hosting the game will benefit the police athletic league and i choose life foundation. justin, time for one last check of the weather. >> split weekend in the a wash out, just hot, humid if you like humidity you'll love this forecast. ninety-two for the high. watch out for showers and storms coming in this
afternoon, some of it could be severe, heavy rain strong win gusts possible. tomorrow less humid, still warm 88 degrees, lot of sun feeling good monday, tuesday mid 80's, low humidity but that does return middle of next week. wednesday we are backup to 90 more showers and storm thursday and friday. >> get through today. >> yes, you got it. >> that does it for cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs philly.com, cbs this morning saturday is next have a great captioning funded by cbs
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