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after years ago, prompted new jersey congressman, to distance himself. and, hear comes that rainy day feeling all over again but the start of the workweek brings a change of its own. the it is october 9th good morning i'm rahel solomon. lets get over to justin drabick with eyewitness weather. justin, yesterday it was raining i had hood up, umbrella up, fortunately today a little change. >> there will be change this afternoon. we will see steady rain, from the the city, south and east we have a few more hours to go. go north of the city where it is dry where it hasn't rained. >> nerve reason to go north. >> make a trip up to the king of prussia probably not even raining there. >> in. >> you don't want to deal with that. >> i was just at the mall. i was just at the mall. >> you will there been tomorrow. >> so, pretty good conditions coming in this afternoon, once we get what is left of matthew and cold front through the delaware valley. rain may hold on longer a long the coastline as that storm
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system continues to push to the east but dreary here in center city right new with the overcast skies. steady rain is happening. the it is chilly. 56 degrees with that rain and north wind at 22 miles an hour. it stays breezy throughout the day-to-day and that thort wind brings in cool air. if you love fall temperatures you'll like this forecast next few days. look at moisture situated over southern new jersey, delaware right now. that is pretty steady heavy rainfall but sharp edge to that rain just go a few miles north of the city where we are dry just with some cloud. we have 2 inches of rain in south jersey. flood advisory for cape may county and atlantic county. just watch out for possible, street flooding, maybe some of those smaller streams and creeks that could be on the rise later today. wind advisory until 6:00 this this evening. gusts to 45 for southern new jersey and delaware. it will kick up behind this cold front. temperatures holding in the mid to upper 50's, not much change today when some sunshine this afternoon getting up to 64 at best for
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philadelphia, and windy at the shore throughout the entire day. dry in the poconos in the 50's. the here's what is happening with the cold front sweeping on through, wind kick up, we're talking about below average high temperatures next few days with cold nights ahead we will talk about it more with the full forecast in a few minutes, back to you. we will check back in, justin. developing this morning in california a policeman has a gunman in custody for killing two police officers and hurting another. one officer had just return to the force from maternity leave. the other was working an extra shift. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live from the cbs-3 sat center with live, good morning, cherri. >> reporter: good morning. after an eight hour standoff that included five round of tear gas, robots and bull horn negotiations the riverside county sheriff's deputy tweeted that the suspect has been taken in custody. man is accused of killing two police officers. six three-year old jose gill vega and 23 year-old leslie zereby leaving the palm springs community in mourning.
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police and community members gathered saturday night, outside of the palm springs desert regional medical center. where officers leslie zereby and jose bill gert vega died of their wound. the officer's coffins were wheeled out of the hospital and gently lifted in to white hearsts, a third officer remains in the hospital. being treated for gunshot wound. police chief brian reyes says that the three officers were shot while answering a call from a women who said that her adult son was causing a disturbance. the chief said officers were at the front door of the home negotiating with the suspect when he decided to open up fire. two of the officers were killed. six three-year old jose gill vega, a father of eight was a 35 year veteran of the police department, he was scheduled to retire in december. twenty-seven year-old leslie zereby, had been on the force for 18 months, and recently returned from a maternity leave. she leaves behind a husband,
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and their four month-old daughter. >> i'm awake this a it this mayor right now. palm springs has lost two brave officers. who go out every day and put their boots on the ground for everybody in this community. they david their all. >> reporter: police have not yet released the name of the suspect but he had several run ins with the law. palm springs police department is expected to provide tea tails regarding his arrest later this morning. live from the sat center, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherri, thank you a lot more to come there, of course. police are investigating a shooting in north philadelphia police say a man was shot the in the shoulder and it happened at the 1:30 in the 2700 block of north franklin street. man is in stable condition n details on the shooter at this time. well, the second presidential debate is set for tonight, and in st. louis and steaks could not be higher, republican party has been in turmoil, after a recording surfaced showing donald trump
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making vulgar comments against woman. jamie youkiss is in washington university where the candidates face off. >> reporter: donald trump greeted a crowd of supporters this new york but behind the scenes a crisis was getting worse by the hour. key members of the republican party, have pulled their support after hearing trump's vulgar recorded comments about women. >> i moved on her and i failed, i'll admit it. i did try to bleep her. she was married. >> reporter: reaction to the 2005 tape has been fierce even from his own running mate mike pence who said he cannot conn donor defend trump's remarks. paul ryan disinvited trum top saturday's republican rally and said he was sickened by his comments. >> i meant what i said and still how i feel. >> reporter: job cinnamon mccain joined dozens of republicans withdrawing support every g.o.p. woman in the senate condemned trump's remarks and some lawmakers have gone further demanding that he dropped out of the race.
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trump says he will never do that but he made a rare apology in this video posted on social media. >> i said it. i was wrong. i apologize. >> reporter: trump will have to answer to voters tonight when he faces hillary clinton in their he can presidential debate. >> this requires a little bit of humility. >> reporter: there wayne fields is an expert on political rhetoric. he said clinton should leave scandal alone. >> what she has to do is avoid anything that suggest that she's paraphrasing what he said. >> reporter: debate will allow for questions from the audience and trump is likely to face tough ones about this new scandal. jamie youkiss, cbs news, st. louis, missouri. here at home a south jersey congressman is distancing himself from donald trump. frank lobiondo says he will write in mike pence instead n a statement lobiondo said this part ivory petely and strongly spoken out against mr. trump when he degrades and insults women, minority groups and
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gold star military family. i will not vote for a candidate who boosts of sexual assault. it is in my conclusion that mr. trump is unfit to be president. pennsylvania continues to be a battle ground state in 2016. senator sanders campaigned for hillary clinton and katie mcginty at university of arts in south philadelphia. former presidential candidate spoke there about raising the minimum wage, making public universities free, and fighting global warming. >> where do we wanting to in the future. what is our vision. that is politics. i just want to touch on a few of the issue as to why hillary clinton should be our next president. >> sanders also commented on hillary clinton's leaked speeches to wall street executives which appear to show she had a cozy relationship with the big banks that he, himself, wanted to break up. sanders said whatever clinton may have said behind closed doors is fine with him.
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you can watch donald trump and hillary clinton square off for their second presidential debate tonight a lot of people expect to watch, starts at 9:00 on cbs-3 followed by "eyewitness news" at 11:00. matthew is a post tropical cyclone and heading out to sea. it dumped storms as far as hundred miles inland and being blamed for ten deaths in the u.s. and hundreds more in haiti. edward lawrence has more from charleston south carolina we were going to be out here for another two weeks or so. >> reporter: evacuees are waiting to return home aftermath you brought record breaking flooding and damaging winds to part of the south east hitting north carolina hard on saturday and overnight with torrential rain and destructive storm surge. the rain continues to soak region and stretch necessary to the mid-atlantic states, more than a foot fell in south east north carolina last night. >> it is all under water right now you. >> reporter: deluge reached as far west as raleigh-durham damaging homes and businesses.
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search and rescue team there new york city saved three people in fayetville after their suv got stuck in the rushing water. matthew hug south east coastline moving north sparing coastal communities from severe wind but causing devastating flooding like here in charleston. there are reports of the scattered looting at homes and businesses including this gas station in garden city, georgia. >> pretty frustrated because people don't care about, what they got, i mean local store right here, here to help community and everything trying to get opened up. >> reporter: matthew caused coastal erosion wiping away beaches and destroying coastal roads. experts predict matthew will leave behind four to 6 billion collars of damage here in the u.s. impressive some but far less than super storm san i, 20 billion and hurricane katrina 40 billion. edward lawrence for cbs news, charleston south carolina. back here at home a fatal accident at a public works township in lower merion township has been under investigation. a 68 year-old man was
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unloading garbage from his you hall when he fell 45 feet down a trash pit. he later died at a hospital. lower merion refuge department was accepting household trash and recycling as part of the fall lean up event. merely a dozen people are hurt in a train crash in garden city, new york. a commuter train derailed east of new york city after it hit a work train on the track. it happened after 9:00 near new hyde park. spokesmen for long island railroad said 600 people were on the train when it crashed but then none of the injuries are life threatening. the train service has been suspended in bet directions. for the first time since a deadly train crash new jersey transit is reopening a portion of the hoboken terminal tomorrow. the terminal sustained extensive damage, following the train crash on september 29th investigators say morning rush her train accelerated just before the accident, and then the engineer put on the breaks less than one second before the collision. one person standing on the track died more than 110 others were hurt. is there still much more
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to come on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" a new navy ship launches in philadelphia and bears name of the first vietnam veteran's electric to congress. these are not just any brand new homes for many this is first time they will ever get to own one. i'm anita oh in north philadelphia a program that many are calling a dream come true. we have some steady rain for parts of the region this morning but we will be drying out, wind pick up and get colder. we will talk about typical fall-like temperatures in the seven day
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two competitors team up to honor memory of the political legend. the navy commissioned the u.s.s. john p murtha during a ceremony on penns landing. congressman murtha represented western pennsylvania in washington for 36 years. form mare reen core officer was first vietnam war veteran's elected to the house of representatives. they came together to provide lunches at the ceremony. well, dream of owning a home is now real for people who otherwise may not have been able to afford one. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh has a story of how volunteers are making it all possible. >> reporter: to those who will live here these are more than just homes. >> i'm so excited. my sons are excited. >> reporter: they are shelter, solace and finally something of their own.
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>> getting a mortgage is almost unaffordable and unrealistic as a single parent as i am, so habitat headaches it, viable for us to actually be homeowners. >> reporter: le keisha brown a caseworker with two young sons said her path to owning a home seemed impossible until she discovered habitat for humanity home ownership program. >> on average our families are paying 500 to $650 a month with the zero interest mortgage which keeps home affordable. >> reporter: incredible need said duncan, habitat philadelphia's director oven gauge. >> families in philadelphia, do not have safe, adequate shelter, and live below level of the poverty. >> reporter: so to create affordable housing in the city habitat for humanity and partners have built nearly 200 new homes over the years. >> take pride in the work. >> it is a great opportunity. >> reporter: its new and largest project to date the diamond park apartments on 16th and fountain streets. by the time construction is
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complete here in 2018, there will be 21 brand new homes built in this section of north philadelphia, but five lucky homeowners will get to move in by the holidays. in north philadelphia, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". all right. justin, there was an event yesterday in west philadelphia, totally wanted to go, it was outside, but every time i looked out window it was gray, rainy. >> bad timing. >> weekend. >> things could be worse though, you know. >> true. >> good thing matthew stayed to the south. weakening now, post tropical cyclone losing tropical characteristics. still strong wind and we are getting rain with the cold trent but gets bet they are afternoon. by the afternoon for sure. getting cool, chilly at night typical fall weather coming at us. next several days. 53 degrees right now palmyra cove nature park in new jersey looking live across the delaware. no visibility there can't see the sky line due to that
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steady rain continuing to fall. basically from the city, on southward. check it the out there was really no movement in that northern edge of the rain, just stuck, just north of philadelphia, so we will be good northern bucks and montgomery and chester county and ports northward. those cloud will give waste to sunshine. slow progression east this morning but still steady rain south injuries think to delaware. we have reports of 2 inches of rain, flood advisory for parts of the southern new jersey, cape may county and atlantic county. so just watch out for potential for flooded roadways, ponding, high crow planing and reduced visibility when traveling this morning. the these are rain estimates, over past 24 hours. you can see that edge over philadelphia going southward and amounts start piling up. again in the yellow and orange, two to 3 inches on have rain from dover southward, closer to 4-inch's cross extreme southern delaware. not good news because they are coming off that storm, that dropped 13 inches of rain in sussex county, delaware. that is why a flash flood watch is in effect for kent,
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sussex, through noon time today. temperatures it is cool right now. that wind and rain, 50's, and they will hold steady next several hours. here's cool air to the north and west. forty-one in michigan. forty-six. thirty's in minneapolis. that chilly air mass will spread south and east once this front moves through. we are talking about below average temperatures for next few days. where we should be is closer to 70, not happening. we will bean low that, today, tomorrow, tuesday, we will be close to average for wednesday and thursday and we will get back to below average by even of the week into next weekend and stay cool up the mountains. typical. but pretty nice. partly sunny skies. 58 degrees in the poconos. mid 50's tomorrow. we have plenty of sunshine. back to the lower 60's on tuesday. starting to get that change in the fall foliage and what you want is a mild afternoon and cool nights and we will get that next few days. high colored change in new england and not a whole lot yet around delaware valley. we will get our peak in october. we have a few weeks to go but
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starting to see that change across northern mountains of pennsylvania. here's the latest on matthew post tropical cyclone, lost tropical characteristics. it does not look like a hurricane. clouds displaced to the north. 60 miles off the coast of hat race. wind at 75. that is hurricane force. storm continues to track off to the east. it stays. we don't get that loop back to the south. we have left over moisture with the front moving on in but once it clears it, north wind really kicking up, high pressure builds back in and we will drop temperatures. through noon time, steady rain from the city south and east, still lingering rain early this afternoon. we will get clearing skies. tonight it is clear, breezy, tomorrow lots have of sunshine, good looking columbus day. not a trend that will continue into tuesday. temperatures today look at that struggling to get back to the low to hid 60's. chilly tonight. we will be at lower 40's in a lot of spots by early tomorrow morning. maybe some 30's in the coldest suburbs, morning rain, and
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then clearing skies, this afternoon. here's the extended forecast. dry stretch ahead. a lot of sunshine. down to 70. rahel, back to you. justin, thank you. time 8:21. lets check with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center and see how weather is tracking the roads and tracking on closures. >> reporter: we have lot of weather conditions out there that are not really great to be driving around in. we have wind driven rain in the highways, so drive carefully. a lot of reports of hydroplaning this morning. again just take your time. what we are looking at now is columbus boulevard shut down between spring garden street and sprees street for 5,000 run dash and walk. you can see folks heading there to the right of the screen and walk that is happening. but this portion of the columbus boulevard it shut down between spruce street and since we are in the general area, couple other events causing road closures among them arch street westbound between second street and fourth street for old city festival. at wells fargo certainty on
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broad street it is flyers 5k. we will move the traffic cam here, there you go, schuylkill at vine street expressway, again, you can see wet roadways. take your time. they can be slippery especially when leaves fall this time of the the year and they will get wet. no delays despite the rainy conditions on the schuylkill or vine street expressway. schuylkill at township of the screen there. on to the ben franklin bridge mid span, ben franklin bridge is in great shape, despite rainy conditions, okay, folks taking their time but everything looks all right. same could be said for walt whitman. further up in delays or problems than 42, 55, ac expressway or garden state parkway. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans back to you. and "eyewitness news" will be right back with the preview of what you will see on a new katie v/o: she works hard. she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has voted time after time
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cloudy skies from the city south and east we're dealing with steady rain during morning hours but we will start to dry out, heading lake this morning in the afternoon and should see sunshine but will turn windy, colder as well. rain's we are dealing with ace combination of the cold front and less with matthew. you can see that steady rain setting up north of the city and then south and east, and pockets of heavier rain continuing to hit the shore pretty hard, you can see brighter yellow there in south jersey and delaware we have flood warnings there. just watch out for ponding on the roads, and roads, maybe smaller streams, or creeks could be on the rise later this morning into today. rain around, mainly during morning south and east, and in philadelphia, slow travel, a lot of ponding on the roads, hydroplaning going on and watch out for some clearing, basically from west to east, flood advisory for coastal new jersey cape may county and, eastern atlantic county and wind advisory is in effect until 6:00 o'clock this this evening for southern new
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jersey, central and southern delaware those wind will continue to increase, may gust up to 45 miles an hour. temperatures holding steady, mid to upper 50's right now. not a whole lot of change from the temperature. we should see few peaks of sun and we will get up to 64 degrees. fifty's in the poconos. the if you like it cold you'll like next several nights we will talk about temperatures on the chilly side 40's and 30's. we will let you know how long when the seven day forecast is in a few minutes. we will see you then. the let turn west now, developing this morning two police officers are shot and killed and another hurt in california. police say they have the the gun man in custody. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live from the cbs-3 sat center with what spark the shoot-out, good morning. >> reporter: it was a routine call gone terribly wrong and now two officers are dead. thirty-five year veteran help say gill vega and 18 month veteran leslie zereby lost their lives in the line of duty in the riverside sheriff's department announced on twitter a few hours ago
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that the suspect a accused of killing them is now in custody. a triple shooting, following what appeared to be a routine, 911 call, a mother said her adult son was causing a disturbance, the officers arrived at the home and tried to talk the suspect down but things went ary. >> we were sitting here watching tv and we heard a couple bang, bang and looked out and went crazy, it was wrapped fire. >> reporter: all three officers were shot. >> officers there what i understand were near the front door trying to negotiate with the suspect just to comply. it was a simple, domestic advertise turn and he elect to open fire. >> reporter: officers were rushed to the hospital two died from their injuries. police joined the community in mourning their loss. the in a vigil, officer gill vega, a father of eight was 63 years old. he had been on the force for 35 years and set to retire this december. >> we have an officer who was
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qualified file retirement five years ago. here he is 35 years in still pushing a patrol car for our community to make it better, on a day he wasn't even scheduled to work. >> reporter: officer leslie zereby had been with the department 18 months and she was married to a sheriff's deputy and had just returned back to work. their daughter is just four months old. >> here we have a wonderful, young, dedicated, female officer, and that pressed forward every day to make it better for everybody else and she gave her all. >> palm springs police are expected to provide more tea tail this morning about the arrest of the suspect whom they say is men to police. his identity has this is yet been released. live from the sat center, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you. ahead of his second presidential debate tonight donald trump find himself in the storm of trouble, his
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vulgar comments about with men is drawing criticism from all corners, even among republicans whose support could be critical. trump will to have answer to voters tonight when he faces off with hillary clinton at washington university. debate will follow a town hall style for math which is very casual, featuring questions from voters in the audience. pennsylvania is a prime battle ground state the in campaign 2016, bernie sanders is campaigning on hillary clinton's behalf. yesterday he rallied tells in south philadelphia and "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff was there. >> thank you philadelphia. >> reporter: while campaigning for hillary clinton and katie mcginn any south philadelphia senator bernie sanders did not mix words when he came to his thoughts about the release of the 2005 tape that captured derogatory language regarding woman spoken by republican presidential nominee donald trump. >> i think you have a spoiled brat, i think you got a person grew up very, very wealthy who thinks that he is entitled
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to do anything that he wants. >> i have never said i'm a perfect person. >> reporter: in trump's apology video he conclude by pointing to what he feels is mistreatment of women by the clinton. >> bill clinton has actually abused woman and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims. >> i asked senator sanders if he saw any validity to such a comparison. >> no, of course, they are not and i don't believe that is true, but b second of all maybe for once in his life trump might want to take responsibility for his own actions. >> reporter: somewhat overshadowed by all of this was the friday release of hacked hillary clinton e-mails that seemed to demonstrate the kind of relationships between clinton and wall street, that senator sanders had been so critical of while campaigning against her. i asked him about this he told me he believes in where the party is right now and quote whatever clinton may have said behind closed doors is fine. reporting from south philadelphia, alexandria hoff
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for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". you can watch donald trump and hillary clinton in their second presidential teen tonight at 9:00 o'clock on cbs-3 followed by "eyewitness news" at the 11:00. should be a good one to watch. hurricane matthew continues misery in the people in the south east coastline. ten people in the u.s. has died and as scott maclean reports flooding is a huge problem. >> allow our guardian angels to take care of our homes. >> reporter: susan freeman was among thousands of georgia residents who chose to take their chances. freeman hunkered down inside her suburban savanna home a decision that she would soon regret. >> i heard cracking, popping all night long. scary, very scary. >> reporter: hurricane hat you did not make land fall in georgia but it was close enough to bring wind strong enough to up root trees and take down power lines and rain that swamped homes and cut off roads. >> i would say that the damage is not as widespread, there is certainly some significant
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areas of tam age. >> reporter: matthew did make land fall between charleston and myrtle beach south carolina but by the time it got there it weakened to a category one hurricane. still matthew was strong enough to make more than 100 roads impassable, knock out power to hundreds of thousands of people, and leave a big mess behind. >> we were able to do the best we could to keep everybody safe, and so keep in mind that lives are what is most important. >> reporter: while south carolina cleans up, north carolina is still batoning down. >> i'm extremely concerned since this hurricane has been downgraded, that people bill let up their guard. >> reporter: storm had turned deadly in that state and eastern portion has started to see record flooding. forecasters expect matthew to move off shore early sunday. in savanna georgia i'm scott maclean. there is still much more to come on "eyewitness news" this morning, coming up next we will check with john dickerson for a look at today's
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face the nation will be coming your way later this morning at 10:30 here on cbs-3. joining with us a preview live from washington university in st. louis is maryland later of cbs news political director john dickerson. every morning i want to to say it has been a busy week of politics and this week has been a very busy week in politics. >> right, exactly rahel. we have a double dose of our normal busyness. we have switched up washingtons on you we're here at washington university where we will sit down or have a conversation with senior advisor rudy julian bye that bomb shell video and fall out from it, republicans fleeing the trump campaign, they will get response from him about all that. then we will actually sit down with clinton's campaign manager robbie mook to talk about new excerpt of the speeches hillary clinton gave to wall street banks offering herself in a very different light then woman ran for the democratic nomination, this
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year. and rahel, we will also have a conversation we had yesterday in this room with a dozen missouri voters talking about the race, about the latest developments in the race, about what their hopes and dreams are for the country, really interesting conversation. these are people who participate in the battle ground tracker poll, we will have new numbers about the the state of the race and analysis with some returning all stars like bob schieffer, and also nora o'donnell will sit down with us. we have a busy show, packed shows. >> can't wait to watch, john, thank you. well, for the past six presidential elections pennsylvania has gone to vote for democrats. while hintry clinton currently has a slight edge in the polls it is still very much a battle ground state. weijia jiang took a road trip and found this this election cycle party lines may be blurred. >> reporter: parts of the pennsylvania are undeniablely hillary clinton country. at this philadelphia farmer's market diehard democrats crave
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the chance to cast their ballot. >> in 2008, 83 percent of the vote in this city went to president obama. 85 percent in 2012. clinton hopes same turnout will help her clinch the state's 20 electoral votes. >> hillary will make the one the world go around. >> she will make the best president. >> she has been in politics, you know for years. he just got got in. >> as city scape fade along the pennsylvania turnpike so does clinton's staunch support. while signs of donald trump territory emerge. we met mark meszaros at johnstown steel mill million turned scrap yard where he work. >> twenty-five years ago this place was making wheels, stuff, metal and now it is a ghost town. >> reporter: ghost town. >> yeah. >> reporter: the steel industry employed about 18,000 people here at its peak in the
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1950's, foreign competition and new technology wiped out those jobs, and the community has yet to recover. trump can change that. >> we see someone trying to bring jobs back in america instead have of shipping them out, you know, and sending stuff overseas. >> reporter: jws industries is one of the few steel factories still operate nothing town. ceo bill, says his workers believe trump will protect u.s. manufacturing. >> how many of your employees are registered democrat. >> roughly 75 percent are registered democrat. >> reporter: how many of them are voting for donald trump. >> 90 percent. >> reporter: loyal base has help democrats win pennsylvania since 1992 but many voters told us this year they are looking at the candidate not the party. weijia jiang for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". all eyes are on pennsylvania. is there more to come on "eyewitness news", happy to report the rain is going to clear out finally, justin
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drabick tells us when we will dry out in a few
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if you fall weather you'll love the forecast. we will drop down to the 40's maybe 30's next couple of nights in the coldest spots. chilly rain today with the north wind blowing, again, to new jersey, delaware, north and west of the city where we are dry right now. still pretty chilly. temperatures in the the 50's. we will go around the region and check it out north and west of town. sanatoga michael riley is at 54 with cloudy skies. eagleville mid 50's. not much change across the region, with temperatures uniform. levittown william at 53 degrees. the when the chester steve johnson also in the lower 50's. and mid 50's in lawrenceville at this hour. we have got rainy conditions, in philadelphia, here, phil in
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the lower 50's. perkasie 54. look at rainfall amounts we have seen so far, just from today, it the depend where you are. you don't have to go far from the city to the north to get out of the rain. cherry hill jenny janssen a inch of rain. ed connor in chesterfield 1.04. levittown three-quarters of an inch of rain. not much happening. eagleville, .04. so far for today, same deal in west chester. if you wind are starting to kick up, you can see gusty wind, wind 22 in west chester. out of the north get down toward shore points, we're in the upper 30's. not much wind, just out west, nottingham chester county. fran has got 6 miles an hour wind. we have wind advisory for south jersey. lets go to the shore where we have the wind driven rains, few people out on the poured walk right new pretty nasty there. it will stay like that in the next several hours, really early afternoon, the rain will finally exit the coastline,
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but pretty raw out there but happening, just mainly cloud bye thaw wind will continue over next 24 hours. look at storm scan three that rain is having a hard time moving east, and that rain shield is right on the city, slightly to the north but just couple miles north and west of town where we are dry. back edge of the rain moving through baltimore, so there is eastward progression right there but still heavy rain all of delaware, south jersey we have areas under flood advisory so watch out for ponding on the road, smaller streams and creeks could be on the rise. already around 2 inches of rain in some spot maybe an insurance before it the get out of here. heading to the heart of the fall and fall highlights, count down, 11 days until we average a high of 55 degrees. we will be there for next few days. it is feeling like fall. twenty-eight days until today light savings ends. thirty's in the election day. thanksgiving is just 46 days away. all right. future wind gusts, into the afternoon, gusting to 30 in philadelphia, mid 40's, along
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the coast in new jersey and delaware, wind advisory is in effect until 6:00 o'clock tonight for south jersey and delaware. even tonight, it is still windy. north wind continues to bring in the colder air, tomorrow wind backs off a little bit but we will call it breezy through the afternoon hours. the here's math the you post tropical cyclone so that means it will lose tropical characteristics. center it right here. doesn't look like an hurricane. clouds displaced to the north, strong nor'easter but wind, still hurricane status at 75. 60 miles east of hat race, moving east/north east at four. moving from the coast today, then pull rain with it as cold front pushes it off shore. damage is done. carolina, it is horrible flooding there ten, 15, close to 20 inches of rain in southern north carolina and central virginia, parts of the del marva peninsula. over 10 inches of rain from a combination of matthew and cold front. here comes the front sweeping through pushing matthew out to
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sea, wind kick up behind the front, high pressure build in tonight, great looking columbus day, cool, even tuesday, nice and dry. we will move back into that dry pattern for next several days. watch out for morning rain, then we will get clearing this afternoon, breezy high temperature only around 64 degrees. so that is 5 degrees below average. breezy and chilly tonight, clear skies, this is low for the city, if wind can back off we will see 30's in the cooler suburbs but generally 40's by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. i wouldn't be surprised parts of the interior south jersey, lehigh valley mid to upper 30's. here's the extended forecast mid 60's tomorrow. upper 60's tuesday. tomorrow night will be even colder, and then back into the 70's wednesday and thursday. in sign of rain over the next several days, once again, this afternoon, rahel, back to you you. >> even colder, fun, thanks, justin. 8:50. lets get one last check of the roads and go over to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> we have an accident here at i-95 northbound at girard
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avenue. as you can see right lane is block, it is causing a delay at this point, and with the rainy conditions you can imagine this is a clear soon it will be quite a delay but there is a multi vehicle accident, that will be here, for a while i-95 north bound at girard avenue right lane blocked and area quite jam. we will move traffic jam here to columbus boulevard, columbus boulevard shut down today and shut down between spring garden street and spruce street for 5,000-yard dash run/walk. you you can see runners not the now but is there 1lone runner for the walk and run but again, this portion of the columbus boulevard shut down. in the neighborhood arch street westbound both shut down between second and fourth street for old city festival. we will move traffic cam to the ben franklin bridge mid span, in delays on the bridge, again, wet conditions on the bridge. good shape despite the rain but you have to be careful and take your time today. because we have wind driven rain and it toss reduce visibility. again we're having very slick
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weather. drive carefully. in delays on the ben franklin or walt whitman. further up in problems on 42, 55, a ac expressway or garden state parkway. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center i'm ann evans now back to you. drive carefully good suggestion there. dangerous products that put your family at risk. the here's what you need to know jim donovan has more on the three on your side recall round up. >> reporter: first up paint problems. sergeant artist recalling 2.8 million units of craft paint, the paints can contain harmful bacteria posing risk of infection to people with compromised immune systems. recall involves 13 different types of sergeant art temper and finger paints, including washable flow are fluorescent and glitter paint. the paints were sold on amazon.com and nationwide stores like wal-mart, from may 015 to june of 2016, and they were priced when one and eight
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dollars. stop using these recalled craft paints and contact sergeant art for a full refund. next up, chair concerns. office depot and office max are recalling 129,000 office chairs. the chairs can tip over when leaning back posing a fall has air. here's what you need to know recall involves the mid-back chairs they were sold by office depot and office max in stores and on line from august t have of this year, for around $150. stop using these chairs and contact office depot for a free repair kit. finally personal panic devices that may fail to operate. inter logics is recalling 67,000 wireless panic devices after learning they may not communicate with the community system if activated in an emergency. the device comes in black or white and they look like wristwatches. they were sold to professional security installers and
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distributors nationwide from may 2014 through january of 2016. contact your security system installer or monitoring company for a free inspection of the device and free replacement if it is failing that inspection. boy tested links to these recalls on cbs philly.com/consumer and also on my facebook and twitter feed. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim
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so, justin it looks like maybe less rain. >> it will get better. >> but cold. >> it is a balance. maybe you'll like that. it will be dry. little breezy tonight though, makes it feel colder but to typical fall temperatures. >> rain. >> forty's at night. ditch rain gear this afternoon. we have a couple hours around philadelphia, rain should hold on a little bit longer at shore early afternoon and clears us but slow moving where you can see that in the radar and then we should get a few peaks of sunshine.
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breezy though throughout the day-to-day and that will allow temperatures if we're lucky to get up to 64. chilly tonight widespread 40's tomorrow. and then tomorrow night will be our coldest night of the week, we will see 30's in the coldest spots. >> no, no in the 30's. >> it happens. >> not record low. >> thanks, justin. that is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs philly.com. sunday morning is next, have a great day. k;
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