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>> i've said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than decade olds video are one every them. >> finds out how both ends of the political spectrum. matthew continues to batter the coastline with high winds, flooded streets, and tracking his next possible move. >> how much more you will pay on the gas tax and how soon. >> good morning, i'm rahel solomon. let's get right over to justin drabick. i have the blazers, prepared for, that but apparently also the umbrellas?
>> specially later today. this morning is okay, if you need to get outside next several hours should be dry. >> good excuse for to you wear your poncho. >> that's not happening. i refuse. >> i'm still waiting. >> i know. one every these days, have to break it out. yes, talking about rain, maybe later today. some could get steady south and east of the city get down to central delaware, southern half of new jersey, the shore, could get some steady rain specially tonight. some of this moisture coming from matthew, which is currently just off hilton head island, also cold front coming in. those two features combined bridges us some rain. good news, we could use rain across the region. right now just clouds over the region, very comfortable. light breeze right now out of the northeast, 5 miles per hour, 62 at philadelphia, a loft suburbs in the 50's at this hourment most areas okay with the fog, exception up through the lehigh valley, low visibility up in allentown, allentown at this hour weeks go down south jersey, low mid 60s near the shore point, cooler suburbs, mt. holly
checks in five # degrees, comfortable 55 in palmyra, new jersey, cloudy skies over the eastern half of pennsylvania, new jersey, delaware. see some rain to the west over western pennsylvania, that's from the front, then steady rain to the south over virginia coming from matthew, so those combination there, will bring some showers in here, mainly during the afternoon. steadiest, south and east of the city. it will turn windy tonight once this front passes, that north wind will kick up. it will bring in some cooler air for the second half of the weekend. still mild today 72 for philadelphia, near 07 at the shore with the steady rain, mid 60s in the poconos, like october temperatures, you will love the next several days, we will talk about big cool down in the next several days. >> thank you, justin, busy night for donald trump. gop nominee apologized overnight for vulgar comment he made about women. the first formal apology trump has issued throughout his entire presidential campaign .
>> you can expect crude comment in the spotlight, causing major backlash, trump tapes has been trending on twit for hours, the video secretly recorded more than a decade ago, making highlight now, obtained, then row least philadelphia. >> i moved on her and i failed i'll admit it. >> common caught on tape elite access video from 2005. >> did i try and beep and she was married. >> hearing the advice of republican nominee donald trump. >> automatically attract today beautiful -- just kiss them, like a magnet. and when you're a star they let you do it. downing anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the beep. do anything. >> that was part of a conversation trump had with then access hollywood host billy bush while onset for cameo on soap opera. >> i moved on her, i coin get there, and she war marcid. >> the knot the first time he has been blasted about crude comments about women. after this recording surfaced
trump made rare apology referring to the comments as, quote, lockerroom banter. >> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. but for many, like democratic senate candidate, katie mcginty, that apology is not enough. >> i think for any parent out there who would imagine the prospect of your daughter walking into an office where a guy like donald trump is the boss, think about that for a second. >> the chairman of the delaware republican party released a statement friday night, that stated in part, quote, i was shocked and sickened upon hearing the 12 year old comments made by mr. trump prior to an access hollywood video shoot. our party is better than what we heard today, and we need to demand better from our standard bearer. >> now, trump was scheduled to be at campaign event in wisconsin today. but house speaker paul ryan, dis invited the republican candidate after this video surfaced. trump says his runningmate governor mike pence will be at
the event instead while he stays in new york to prepare for sunday's debate against hillary clinton. liver in the sat center, anita oh,. >> thank you, speaking every clinton, democratic nominee also facing new questions, wikileaks has released excerpts of the close door speeches to wall street executives two years ago, include clinton suggesting wall street insiders are best equipped to help perform the financial sector, meanwhile, the battle for pennsylvania continues, vice president joe biden stomps for clinton at bucks county community college in bristol friday, and was just days until the october 11 pennsylvania voter registration deadline. biden encouraged student to register to vote and turn out for clinton. >> but i know some of you, and some of the people you're trying to convince, aren't crazy about hillary. i know that. okay? i think she has gotten an unfair deal. >> folks, don't, don't wake up on november 9th and find out we lost pennsylvania by 2,000
vote. >> and hillary clinton was off the campaign trail, preparing for tomorrow's debate. and you can watch donald trump and hillary clinton square off in the debate as the second presidential one, tomorrow night, it start at 9:00 here on cbs-3. should be good one to watch. >> new this morning, police make arrest in a double shooting in philadelphia's fairhill section. police tell us two men were shot at the intersection of cambria and rosehill. eighteen year old man was shot in the leg, 22 jerold man was shot in the thigh. both are in the hospital, no details on their conditions known at this time. >> hurricane matthew is weakening, but the category two storm is still causing major problems, as it lashes the southeast with torrential rain and disrupted winds, edward laurence reports now from charleston, south carolina. >> hurricane matthew moves north along the southeast coast. >> the best thing now to just hunker down don't try and mover around, make sure to have your cell phones charged.
>> in folly beach south carolina matthew churned up heavy waves and dangerous surf while heavy rain and flooding pounded savannah georgia, in charleston the streets were abandoned after the city ordered midnight to 6:00 a.m. curfew. hurricane matthew says the southeast coast into high alert becoming the most powerful storm to hit the united states in over a decade. flashflood watches are out when you add this much water on top of the salt water moving in, certainly flooding could be big concern headed into the weekend. >> more than million people without power in florida, aftermath ooh's fierce winds knocked down trees and power lines. >> i live through hurricane andrew in homestead. so i was expecting some crazy stuff edward laurence, cbs news, south carolina. >> haiti put the death toll there at 300 people from matthew, but believe there are many more victims from areas wiped out the the hurricane and specially tough low for haiti of courts that country still struggling to recover from the devastating
earthquake in 2010. talk with elite joseph foundation based in west oaklane, that serves the haitian community. >> it is very painful. to know that many of families have been devastated by this hurricane. >> haiti's government estimated at least 350,000 people still need assistance. stay with "eyewitness news" as we continue to follow the path of hurricane matthew and the damage it leaves behind, our coverage continues any time on line at cbsphilly.com. after high levels of lead were found in flint michigan, water safety and quality at the top of minds for many. and that includes officials at the philadelphia school district. yesterday afternoon, the district released results of water testing at 22 of 40 schools. here is the breakdown. outside labs tested 361 water fountains, 49 fountains, and nine different schools, had high levels of lead. one water fountain at the well end any school in wynnefield tested at more than seven times the federal
recommendation. the district sent letters home with student explaining the testing, and more about what the district is doing about it. >> the message is that the retesting is actually done so that we can continue to provide assurance of safe and healthy and accessible water. they will receive a letter. school employees did shut off the affected water fountains within 24 hours of receiving the high test result, district plans to have reminder of the district schools tested within 18 months. >> and area contractor under fire for faulty work that could cost resident thousands of dollars to repair. "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff has the latest on lawsuit that's been filed against the contractor. >> pennsylvania has filed suit against the largest privately owned residential builder in the delaware valley. the office of the attorney general claims that the david cutler group systematically failed to comply with codes and standards in the installation of stucco. >> they may have followed the letter of the code to, you know, to follow that to a t,
to a point, but still didn't make a waterproof house. >> bill specializes in stucco testing. he says he's done extensive work in cutler group development. foes owes show how devastating the repair project can get. >> many times exceed 50 to $100,000. >> the expensive issue may be more widespread than many homeowners know. since the damage done, repairs don't need to be rushed unless you are selling or suing. >> your home will leak and it will rot and will fall apart, not acceptable. >> attorney steven farrellly has represented families, and says strict 12 years of statute of limitation on filing suit against a builder in pennsylvania. >> the attorney general lawsuit seeks damages for homeowners. farley and dare agree that other large builders in the region are also plagued with stucco problems those aren't
always to recognize. >> tested some of the worse looking stucco on the planet. found perfectly good houses and tested some of the most beautiful stucco and found really big problems. >> home owners to believe they may have been dealing with issues can reach out to the attorney general's office, even if they've already paid for repairs. >> i did reach out to the cutler group by phone and by e-mail. i did not hear anything back just yet. reporting in montgomery county, alexandria hoff, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> new jersey's reputation for cheap gas is about to become a thing of the past. >> state's gas tax going up 23 cents per gallon. governor christie expected to pass the law. passed by state assembly yesterday. calls for reduction in the sales tax, and phasing out of the estate tax. new jersey's current gas tax, 14 and a half sent a gallon it, will rise to 37 and a half cents on november 1st. money from the tax hike will fund transportation work over eight years. and drivers that we spoke to are not happy is he work two
jobs, my son works two jobs, and two in college. inconvenience. >> some people can't afford it, plus not only that the economy so bad, how are we going to afford the gas? >> all right, and to give you an idea just how much this is going to cost you, filling up with 15 gallons will cost you an extra $3.45, but not cheap. all right, we want to give you now little perspective. here's what it will cost to you fill up the pump. so pennsylvania still has the highest prices, at 2.35 for a gallon of regular gas, drivers in new jersey are right now paying just under $2 a gallon, but again, that will jump. once the gas tax hike takes effect. and in delaware, gallon of regular gas cost about 2.13 a gallon. >> well, there is still much more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", explosive device turns up at south jersey school. how the principal may have avoided a tragedy. >> and, the maker of the epi pen makes a settlement.
>> time 6:16. bomb squad was called to boston county christian school in mantua after someone found live explosive device. school's principal says he found a small device in a wooded area behind the school where crews have recently cleared a path for new nature trail. bomb squad was able to detonate the device on site,
and in a controlled environment to avoid any future problems. >> they basically took it from the building down to the field below it up, found this little piece of metallic device, looks like small de owed rand can. i googled it, found out it was something that could be explosive. and then i called 911. >> and fortunately, student had already been dismissed, so, no children were in any imminent danger. >> epi pen maker mylan will pay $465 million to settle allegations it over build medicaid for it life saving epi pen allergy injection, federal government says it is a branded drug, that means, should be paying at far higher rebate under the government complex pricing rules. mylan says the proposed settlement, allstate and federal government claims. >> justin joining us with the weather watchers. you say we may have some showers, in the clear for one part of the day? >> exactly. this morning looks good. the afternoon and evening
hours specially south and east of the city we start to get steady rain in here, some of it coming from actually hurricane matthew combined with cold front. so certainly not a wash out today. this weekend not going to be a wash out. if you like cooler weather you will love tomorrow's forecast, really the next week, classic october wind light across the reason on, however, dealing with some clouds, across the delaware valley. 56 degrees, up in blue bell right now, jerry mostly cloudy skies, his home in florida in good shape, he says, good thing, matthew continues to move to the north and east just off the south carolina coast right now. head to new jersey chilly 53, out at ed connor's house, bill more clearing going on in chesterfield new jersey at this hour. further south in delaware we check out what's happening at john's house, clear skies, 60 in glasco, and those overcast skies will continue to spread across the delaware valley,
like i said, afternoon, start to see showers moving in from the southwest to north and east. we take you to the live neighborhood network from the palmyra cove nature park across the river, see skyline there. 589 degrees, a light breeze, 1 mile per hour wind out of the northwest today. so, wind not an issue. that is going to change later tonight, tomorrow, the winds will kick up out of the north, and that will start to bring in that cooler, fall air mass, into the region. there you go. there is matthew about 20 miles southeast of hilton headment look at all of the heavy rain. over most of south carolina, moving into north carolina as well. then that moisture moves northward, into central virginia, and then you get some rain in western pennsylvania, the cold front. these two features combine together will bring some showers in here, especially this afternoon, into tonight. wind speeds through the day today like i said, not real a problem. they'll be out of the east, and this evening, still looking okay. but once we get the cold front through, northerly winds overtake the region by the
time you wake up tomorrow morning. pretty good wind, ten, 15, maybe 20 miles per hour out of the north. that's going to rush in the cooler air. it stays breezy, throughout the day on sunday. so here is the latest as of 5:00 a.m. on matthew again, winds at 105, just off the south carolina coast, starting to move more north-northeast, will ride the carolina coastline over the next 24 hours, still piling up the water. so we have the storage surge, five to seven main even six to 9 feet or part of south carolina into the southern half of north carolina. so hurricane warnings remain in effect through myrtle beach, even tropical storm warnings up through hatteras as the storm continues to move to the north and eastment look at this winds field. hurricane force winds in red. it does make inland, we have gusts 85 miles per hour around tiny island the past hour. and those hurricane force winds ride along the coastline then the storm starts to move out to sea by tomorrow morning. so improving conditions. this time sunday, that's good news. this doesn't show justice,
4 inches or higher, probably more like 15, across eastern carolina here's what's happening for us, matthew to the south, colds front to the north. some of the moisture comes together, bringing rain in here specially later tonight. could be some steady rain in south jersey. check it out. not much happening this morning. into the afternoon we start to get some showers in here, not whole lot around philadelphia and areas north and west. then this evening, look at that, some steady rain tries it break out. south jersey, delaware, still could be raining tomorrow morning at the shore. but then we get some sunshine, by sunday afternoon, watch what happens to the temperatures. today still mild above average low 70s, tonight, cool, 50's, to about 60 degrees, then tomorrow, we struggle to get to the mid maybe upper 60s, if we see enough sunshine. so for today, watch out for the afternoon showers. seventy-two. showers around tonight. becoming breezy, 55 for the low. here is the extended forecast, 60s through the first half of next week actually columbus day, coolest at 6a we will get overnight lows in the 40's, all right, rahel, break out the heavy coat. >> and the hat and the gloves
and the scarf. >> the whole thing. >> the socks? >> too much for me. i don't need all of that. >> maybe little too much too soon. justin, thank you. >> after ben stellar has revealed he battled prostate cancer in 2014. actor crediting the test that diagnosed the cancer with saving his life and says more men should get it earlier. "eyewitness news" health reporter stephanie stahl has more on stellar, and the controversial psa test. >> forty-eight year old ben stellar cancer free and credit psa blood test. on the howard southern show he said he wanted to tell his story and encourage other men to be tested. >> at first i didn't know what was going to happen. so i was scared. i was scared. i didn't know. one thing it does it, just stops everything in your life. >> he said his doctor decided to include psa test in annual physical exam when he was 46. even though he wasn't considered high risk. it is unclear why that was done four years early. the american cancer society recommends the psa test
starting at age 50. >> i think that he was very brave to come out with it. >> doctor allen, the chief of neurology at penn medicine says while a lot of debate about screenings and treatments for prostate cancer ben stellar is helping to raise awareness men need to have conversations with their doctors i'm a great believer in that shared decision-making if you tell patient what the facts are, then they should be able to choose whether they want something or not. >> stellar had his prostate removed and able to avoid radiation, which can cause side effect like inch continents, and i am poe tens. >> had he waited until age 55, to be screened, i think that unfortunately the outcome may have been different. >> the biggest risk factors for developing prostate cancer include age, being african-american, and having family history. when diagnosed early, with a psa blood test, and physical exam, it is very curable. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3,
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>> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> some sexually charged comments, donald trump made years ago, force him to make overnight apology. find out how democrats and republicans are react to go his words about women. >> hurricane matthew is weakening, but it is still a danger as it hugs the southeastern coastline. and philadelphia politician keeps his word to give up his paycheck. find out who is the ben he factor of his generosity. >> good morning, i'm rahel solomon. let's get out to justin dray bick on the skydeck. i can probably guess he's not wearing a coat. nope, not wearing a coat. justin when i was coming in this morning i was wearing that heavy cbs-3 coat they give us. i can't deal. >> that's pushing it for me, the heavy coat.
i don't think we're quite there yet. >> i don't think i saw you wear it at all last year. >> had to be few times. but you know maybe next week. because we are going to cool things down specially at night, talking about some 40's returning to the forecast, if you like fall weather you will love the upcoming forecast today still pretty mild, up to around 70 this morning, quiet, so if you have to get outside today really the next several hours is the time to do it. >> because later this afternoon talking rain chances increasing, and maybe some steady rain specially across southern new jersey, there are the temperatures, comfortable 50's, low 60s, headed out for the morning jog or bike ride, no problems, next several hours. fifty-seven in doylestown, quakertown 55, mt. holly, new jersey. so all we are dealing with right now some cloud cover, but notice some rain off to the south and west some early morning, most likely during the afternoon, set up, clouds this morning, showers develop, mainly in the afternoon hours, steadiest will be south and east of the city specially later tonight.
extreme southern new jersey into delaware, going to turn windy overnight. get cold front that comes on through. that's going to usher in some cooler air. so this morning, mostly cloudy, 50's six off's, watch out for the wet weather this afternoon into tonight. 60s to about 70 high temperature tomorrow, breezy, cooler, the wrong graph inning there, we will be jumping to the upper 60s for highs on sunday afternoon, we talk about even cooler weather for columbus day. talk about that in a few minute, rahel, back to you. >> fun, all right, justin, thank you. republican presidential candidate donald trump under fire this morning for some leud comment he made about women more than a decade ago. overnight, he apologized for his remarks, anita oh, cbs-3 # sat center. busy fight for his team. good morning. >> good morning, that's right, that was really the first apology we've heard from donald trump during his campaign. house speaker paul ryan dis invited trump from campaign event in wisconsin today, so, as you can imagine his vulgar comments are causing major
backlash and consequences i moved on her and i failed, i admit it. >> elite access video from 2005. >> did i try, she was married. >> you are hearing the voice of republican presidential nominee donald trump. >> automatically attract today beautiful. >> like a magnet. and when you're a star they let us do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the beep. part of a conversation with billy bush while unease set for cameo with a soap opera. >> i moved on her like a beep. i couldn't get there. she was married. >> this is not the first time the presidential candidate has been blasted for crude comment about women. but after this recording surfaced, trump made a rare apology g referring to comment as quote lockerroom ban tore. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who
i am. >> like many senate candidate katie, that apology is not enough. >> i think for any parent out there, who would imagine the prospect of your daughter walking into an office where a guy like donald trump is the boss, think about that for a second. >> the chairman of the delaware republican party released a statement friday night, that stated in part, quote, i was shocked and sickened upon hearing the 12 year old cop end made by mr. trump, prior to an access hollywood video shoot. our party is better than what we heard today and we need to demand better from our standard bearer. >> now, in his apology, trump pivotted to criticize both of the clinton's saying he has heard quote worse from bill clinton on the golf course. he added that he plans to raise more concerns in the coming days, meantime, on twitter, hillary clinton expressed already or over trump's comments, quote, we cannot allow this man to become president. two will face-off in the presidential debate sunday night. live in the sat center, anita
o, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> being that you, speaking of clinton democratic nominee also facing new questions this morning, wikileaks released excerpts of clinton's closed door speeches to wall street executives two years ago. the excerpts include clinton suggesting wall street insiders are best equipped with help perform the financial sector. meanwhile vice president joe biden stomped for clinton at bucks county community college in bristol. i was there as biden encouraged students to turn out the vote and turn out for clinton. >> critical role in 2016 seen once again friday vice president joe biden worked to energize a crowd at bucks county community college in bristol. >> it was real, siting actually, seeing all new faces specially young faces. >> with just days until the pennsylvania voter registration deadline, of october 11 biden encouraged supporter to vote, and remind their friends, driving home the need for pennsylvania win for the former secretary every state, while also briefly
calling out republican opponent donald trump. >> this is a guy who says that nato is obsolete. and we're going to defeat isis. >> biden also acknowledged sometimes luke warm opinion of hillary clinton even among democrats. >> i know some of you and some of the people you're trying to convince aren't crazy about hillary. i know that. okay? i think she has gotten an unfair deal. but the truth of the matter is there is a lot of people -- (applause -- but folks, don't. don't wake up on november 9th and find out we lost pennsylvania by 2,000 vote. >> biden finished trip with impromptu off the record stop in bristol. >> released statement slamming the visit saying biden is part of the dc liberal establishment, and that he's
campaigned for clinton, so she can maintain the same old same old status quo. >> all right, and donald trump, hillary again facing off in their second presidential debate tomorrow night. it start at 9:00 right here on cbs-3. >> this morning it is still powerful off the southeast coast. weather forecasters say the category two storm moving over south carolina. bringing with it powerful winds, torrential rain. check out this video of massive waves crashing into a palm coast home in florida authority say at least six people have died in the storm and a million homes and businesses are without power. >> family from delaware county is among those stuck in florida waiting out hurricane matthew. disney world shutdown it park from safety reasons, yesterday and thursday, and as you can see in this video, practically a ghosttown, that means, disney vacation for cathy and her family had to come to an end early. supposed to fly back home yesterday. forlano says the resort where she is staying is taking care of the guests. >> they gave us couple of phonecalls to come down to the
lobby where we could pick up grab and go meal. and we wait in the line for a long time. because the convention center, the convention here, as well, so a lot of people. so we wait in the line for over an hour, you can pick up as many meals as you needed. >> this is video of crowds, the family schedule it come home tonight, certainly hope they make it back safely. stay with "eyewitness news" as we continue to track hurricane matthew, stay to up date any time at cbsphilly.com. >> well, it is the ends of the line for the trump taj mahal in atlantic city, the casino's lack weekend in business, closes monday morning at 6:00 more than 3,000 workers are losing their jobs. some were outside protesting, opened the casino 26 years ago, but no longer has any involvement with it. the philadelphia school district has announced new initiative to help student secure funding needed for college. philadelphia one of 22 cities select today take part in
national challenge of the free application for federal student aid. the district is working with the college prep round table in the hopes of increasing the completion rate above the current 53%. allen dom is making good on prom ills in the city school children beneficiary of the councilman presented 2,500-dollar checks to six philadelphia public schools. the real estate developer donating his city council salary to schools across the city. councilman dom explained why he's doing this. >> the schools needed money, many items they need the money for. small token of my appreciation, small token trying to help them. but so important to help young people specially those in poverty climb through education. >> and the school's receiving checks in several neighborhoods around the city including sing zest g, fairmount, north and west philly. >> well, we have a lot more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness
news", looking for a job, but you don't want your boss looking over your shoulder. well, link in the is ready to help you keep it confidential. >> and upper darby's own tina fay gets lot of laughs on the tube. and getting it honored from local university. >> cooler weather in the days ahead, justin drabick has the timetable in
>> are you tired of your current job and want to hunt for a new one? that can be challenging specially if there are concerns your current boss might finds out. now, it is called open candidate, allows members to privately notify recruit tears let them know they are looking for a new job. well, a new campaign is shining the spotlight on the men and women of local law end foesment. our sister station talk radio 1210wpht saluted sergeant gregory massey part of the barbara back-to-back campaign kick offer with $1,000 donation to the f.o.p. survivor fund first friday of every month, with the pht rich deal will feature deliver rent police offers to share personal stories. >> and mcdonald's has partnered with camden county police department as part of national coffee with a cop day. mims of the community were invited to meet with local police officers at the haddon avenue and federal street location. and in an effort to strengthen the bond between police officers and neighbors. other mcdonald's restaurant in the area treated officers to free breakfast, as recognition
for being local hero. so you know the saying, no such thing as a free lunch, apparently such a thing as if he breakfast. nice. tina fay was honored friday at temple university, the upper darby native best known for her work on saturday night live and 30 rock, received the media awards. "eyewitness news" was on hand for the ceremony hosted by temple school of media and communication, fay talked about her career and her love of our region. >> i like not easily led, we boo our own sports teams, for goodness sake. >> well, passionate, passionate. earlier in the day fay talked with student in question-and-answer session. >> always love her. there is a lot coming up on cbs this morning saturday. anthony mason dana jake sob son join us live from new york with a preview, dana, nice to see you, as always, good
morning. >> good morning, the latest, plus taking flight in arctic migration, join conservationist as she flies alongside swans to resolve long standing environmental mystery. >> two friends turn inside joke into a broadway hit. we are talking with comedians nick control and john mel annie about their new show, and it is getting celebrity guest stars each every every night. >> all of that plus your eye opener the dish and music in our saturday session, just ahead, on cbs this morning, saturday. >> all right, anthony and dana, thank you. see you soon. >> let's turn to justin checking in with the weather watchers. >> good morning, really cool temperatures, talking 50's, 60s, nice quiet start to the weekends, nice little breeze, less than 10 miles per hour, so comfortable outside now. watch out later this afternoon into tonight, we will bring some rain in here specially south and east of the city. some of this is a combination from cold front, and hurricane matthew. so, some more beneficial rain to our region, not going to be whole lot.
then tomorrow we dry things out, then it will turn noticeably cooler certainly feeling like october. for the next few days, but right now comfortable, looking at generally mid and up ear's, across all of the backyards here from our weather watchers at this hour out in chester county, nottingham fran checks in at 58 degrees, blue bell, jerry aubrey at 56. low 50's out in chesterfield at this hour. here in philadelphia, close to 60 degrees. up ear's in lawrenceville, and also cherry hill, checks in at 67 degrees, at jenny's house. starting to see change in the fall color depending where you are, not quite there yet, give it few more weeks, but looks like/forecast with mild afternoons, cool nights, will be ideal conditions for the change. this is out of chesterfield new jersey one tree here, starting to show signs of that color change, we will get that more and more really over the next week or so. let's take you outside to philadelphia. center city live look from our spring garden camera. we have a few peaks of some sun getting ready for sunrise here, and generally overcast skies, this morning, if you have outdoor plans today, morning hours, the best time to get it done, because you
are going to bring some rain in here this afternoon. check it out. storm scan3, look at matthew, about 20 miles southeast of hilton head south carolina. heavy steady rain over the carolinas this hour. already close to 10 inches every rain in a lot of locations probably going to be around 15 maybe on moan in some spots over the carolinas, that moisture extends up to about northern virginia, then you get the cold front, rain from it out across western person pen, so a combination will bring some showers in here, developing late this morning, into the afternoon, we are talking about that change in the foliage, high color change, all the way up to new england this hour, or today, and then moderate change the northern poconos, still seeing low change around philadelphia, surrounding suburbs, not much southern delaware, but usually we do peak for our fall color, late in the month for philadelphia, and a little bit later in part of southern delaware and new jersey. so, pretty much there. like i said, warm afternoon, cool nights, those are ideal conditions for that fall color. 5:00 a.m. advisory, north northeast movement at 12.
starting to make the turn to the north and east as expected riding along the carolina coastline, winds still at 105 for maximum sustained, so that's category two storm, again the track continues to the north and east, then tries to make the loop back to the bahamas over the next four days, good news is the storm will slowly weaken in time. by this time tomorrow morning, much better for the carolinas, storm starts to move out to sea winds start to diminish, still tropical storm as early as early monday morning, look at the ones respect just pounding the carolinas so this will pile up the water here, so storm surge, potential, maybe six to 99 feet for the carolinas, through the next 24 hours, still very windy, late tonight, across outer banks, then the storm starts to move off shore. the winds switch out of the northwest, off shore winds, putting ends to storm surge. so better news there. and in the next day. look at the estimated rainfall amount. last 48 hours, you get to the orange, that's 5 inches of rain, then you get to the darker purple here, look at that, ten maybe 12 inches,
probably going to get to up 15 maybe close to 20 inches every rain before the storm is out of here. it is the colds front that's going to bring us some rain today help push matthew out to sea early tomorrow morning, and then it continues to push to the east eventually back to the south. high pressure replaces cold front, that bridges in the cooler drier air mass, starting early tomorrow morning, you will feel big difference. today, mild, low 70s, ahead of the front. tonight cool 50's to about 60. then tomorrow's highs struggle to make it back into the mid and upper 60s, even with some sunshine. so for today, watch out for the showers, afternoon, 72 degrees for the high, still going to have some rain around tonight. specially some steady rain south jersey 55 for the low. here is the extended forecast, nice october weather, early next week, look at columbus day, six an in the sun, keep it upper 60s about 70 over the next several days, over night lows, rahel, down into the 40's for the city. maybe even some upper 30's in the coldest suburbs. >> that's when it feels really cold at night. >> that's when it start settling in, winter around the
corner here. re al. >> i it is coming, justin, thank you. it seems like everywhere you look you see people wearing fitness trackers, and now some pet owners are using the technology, too. chris martinez shows you how the trackers can help keep pets healthy and safe. >> of all of the animals dog walker david levin takes out daily, none are more precious to him than his golden retriever. exercise with activity tracker. >> helps me keep him active. make sure i'm caring for him as much as he cares for me. >> pet owners are increasingly turning to activity trackers to monitor their pet's health. san francisco based whistle makes one of the market most popular devices. >> every blue dot is a animal wearing this. >> that's correct. >> attaches to animal's collar and sends information to the owner's smart phone, like stats on the pet's weight and how much time it is getting outdoors. all of that, can then be shared with the vet. other brands include paw tracker err pet pace, nos he
will. >> good boy handsome man. >> according to the american animal association, most dogs in the u.s. don't get enough exercise. more than 40% are overweight, 25% are obese. >> the goal ream toy bring the day-to-day awareness about your pet's health and safety to the forefront. >> says mark's tracker also includes gps. >> i know if he wanders off i'll be able to find him. >> peace every minds he calls invaluable. >> chris martinez, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". "eyewitness news" continues with a taste with tore when we come right
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>> a long time philly bar and grill with signature dish that goes perfectly with football. our vittoria woodill shows up fan favorite with humble beginnings. >> if heaven had a smell it, would smell like this. joe santucci is family spot off woodhaven road where fans of their flavors say it loud and proud. >> got to eat joe santucci pizza. >> joe will tell you, too. >> once you try it then i got you, you're hooked. >> their family recipe kept as tight as ajar of tomatoes. the secret of their pan pie started in 1959 when joe santucci, joe senior, left the beat as a philly cop to start making signature tomato pie with his wife, fill mean a. and these pies or notly in no cheese, because at the time of the depression no one could afford it. >> my father didn't start
until 1906, didn't start putting cheese on the pie. >> when they did, the cheese went on the bottom. >> my brother franky and i really were the only ones that kept the business going and kept my father's original trade going. >> taught by his dad and grandfather in the kitchen is joe's son, joseph the third. >> this is everything my grand pop always wanted to become, you know, and thankfully my dad brought it to that level. >> while i'm about to level out of piece of their garlic white pie with rick could the a cheese. >> oh, look at the crust on the edges. and their classic red with joe's own sausage recipe. >> that's our trademark sign right there. >> oh, she can eat. >> he said she can eat. >> pretty funny. that's like torture, on this shift it is like lunchtime for us, right? >> and how good for hot pizza to eat right now. >> yes, it will be good tomorrow, too. >> little chilly, you know, and classic football weather coming at us, typical for october. today again still mild, low 70s for the warmest spots,
watch out for some showers, especially afternoon into tonight. then tomorrow, we get clearing skies, wind kicks up, 60s, and it will be chilly at night, a lot of 40's, maybe even 30's in the colder suburbs next week. >> all right, we've been warned, thank you, justin. that's cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now, may be signing off on tv but always on line cbsphilly.com. saturday morning is next, see you tomorrow. >> ♪ >> ♪
captioning funded by cbs good morning. it's october 8th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning: saturday." a bombshell drops on the trump campaign. leaked video shows the candidate making lewd and sexist remarks, and breaking overnight, trump responds with a midnight video. hurricane matthew charges up the southeast coast. we are in the heart of the storm. and picking up the pieces in florida, as the dangerous wind dies down, a surge of water still threatens the state. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> i said it. wa