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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. new this morning, philadelphia firefighters rush to a burning rowhouse in port richmond, as three people are returned to a hospital,. gettysburg to unveil for first 100 days if-ee elected. and after the rain moves out, the sun breaks through. take note, eagles fans, on what is at the linc later. >> today is sunday, october 23rd, good morning, i'm rahel solomon, over to justin dray brick, justin, late october, i'm sure there are a lot of people who are pretty excited about the cooler weather returning. >> certainly feeling like october. yep, not breaking any records, 80s are done, see that happens for the rest of the year. maybe we get 70 degrees day. >> never know, last year on christmas. >> that wasn't 80, well in the 70s, but here's hoping. next several days, nice and quiet. forecast pretty much how it should be for late october.
it will get cold at night, bring in some 30's, later on this week. obviously, coldest air of the season it, makes sense, moving deeper and deep near the fall season. getting ready for nice sunrise outside. looking at clear skies all across the region, see a loft sunshine today. help warm us back up to average this time of year. forty-seven the current temp, west wind, still coming in at 60 miles per hour. so it is breezy, that bridges the materials like to 40 degrees. so you need to cover up outside, not much change midst and upper 40's, mixing up the air little bit, storm scan3 quiet, mostly sunny skies this afternoon, great football weather going to the stadium today. game time, temperature right around 62 degrees, at kick-off. should be mid six 60s by the time is game is done. little breezy at times west winds at ten to 20 miles per hour, so headed out to tailgate, heavier coat this
morning, light jacket this afternoon. on our way to up 64 for philadelphia, six an at the shore, low 50's, in the poconos. kinds of the same deal tomorrow. temperatures drop the middle of the day, rahel, back to you. >> flew this morning, fire rips through port richmond home sending three people to the hospital. flames broke out early this morning, and 39100 block of street. one woman suffered burns over 50% of her body now in the severe trauma unit. other two victims in stable condition. cause of the fire is under investigation. also new this morning, one person is in the hospital after fire rips through a west philadelphia home. the fire broke out here, just before 3:00 this morning, and in a vacant 3-story home on the 5,000 block of race street. the fire reached one annularly before firefighters were able to get it under control n details on victim's condition. >> this fire also under investigation. >> stomped through critical state of pennsylvania this weekend, hillary clinton
campaigned in philadelphia last night. "eyewitness news" reporter anita o live in the cbs-3 news center her visit. good morning, anita. >> good morning, rahel. well, donald trump often sites his connection to the university of pennsylvania, but last night, it was hillary clinton, who made appearance there. the secret service says more than 7,000 people were at penn park to hear clinton and her runningmate senator tim kaine speak. those who attended had mixed reactions to clinton's speech. hello penn. >> addressed saturday night. >> we have to defend marriage equality. >> we have to defend the lgbp community. >> we have to make criminal justice reform a reality. >> clinton continued saying as president, she would push for
' qual pay for women, job creation, college affordability, and this. >> we have to take on the gun lobby, and have common sense gun safety measures. >> he won't release his tax returns. he never intended to. and, stop and ask yourself, wow, there must be something really, really bad in his tax returns. >> that didn't sit well with everyone in the crowd including greg richmond of willow grove. >> she spent the whole time just pretty much just trash trump. but let's talk about policy. >> former bernie sanders supporter says he wanted to be convince today vote for clinton by hearing her specific plans. >> i don't know if i can do it. i wanted more policy. and it is disappointing. >> but a philadelphia-based doctor felt differently. >> i think she had clear policies, i feel like might be
inclusive of all people, and really think about the people who are struggling, the people who aren't necessarily in our day-to-day lives. >> both candidates and supporters continue to stomp in our region, today, doctor jill biden along with ann holt own tim kaine's wife will make two stops in pennsylvania, the first event dicks offer at noon at the community college of philadelphia. live in the news center this morning, anita oh, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> anita, thank you. and donald trump is focusing on florida through tuesday. yesterday, the gop nominee campaigned in gettysburg, there laid out his goals for first 100 days if selected. trump outlined more than two dozen proposals including limits for congress, hiring freeze for most of the federal government, tax cuts for businesses in the middle class, and legislation to funds a wall on the southern border with mexico. >> with the fuld understanding the country of mexico will be reimbursing the united states
for the full cost of such a wall, okay? >> trump visited cleveland, after the election, he plans to sue the women who have come forward accusing him of unwanted sexual advances, and adult performer jessica drake said trump kissed her without consent and later propositioned her. >> get out the vote block party, several community groups or nice dollars the event, reminded those who came out that your voice is your vote. >> republican party of pennsylvania filed a lou suit. it says the law requiring full watch tears serve only in the counties where they live is a violation of the constitution. eight pennsylvania voters also plaintiffs in the lawsuit. democrats responded by calling the lawsuit a publicity stunt. and, only 15 days until election day. stay with cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of campaign 2016. on air, and on line, at cbsphilly.com. former pennsylvania attorney general, kathleen kane, hopes to avoid jail time
when a judge sentencing her tomorrow. and in august, jury convicted kane of leaking grand jury documents, and then lying about it under oath. prosecutors asking for jail time. kane faces 12 to 24 years in prison, seeking probation so she can raise her children. >> philadelphia police looking for a shooting that left a man dead and teenager hurt. happened at burger lane the 2800 block of north 22 street yesterday afternoon. police say a 23 year old man was shot and killed, a 16 year old boy wounded, he is in stable condition. and police are still searching for one suspect who got away during a police-involved shooting in west philadelphia. police tell us 19 district police officers were patrolling, on the 500 block of north 56 street early yesterday morning, when they saw and heard gunshots coming from a car. they say the officers approached the car with three men inside, and one man took off running. >> the driver exited the vehicle. the officer told him to remove
his hands, show his hands, refuses to obey the commands. he makes a step toward the officer. the officer discharged his weapon. >> and that bullet struck the suspect in the left arm. he is expected to be okay. office here shot him on administrative leave while authorities investigate. authorities say a 17 year old has turned himself in to police, in connection with a shooting in rittenhouse square. police say the teenage suspect new the couple he was robbing, and the victim, flint, was shot five times tuesday night. earned interviewed when another manna tempted to rob the couple at gunpoint. >> a street naming for retired lieutenant coleman took place in darby borough. coleman the second african-american to reach three star rang in the u.s. marine corps, he was also a member of the darby borough police department in the 19 70s. community members came out in full to honor one of their own. >> on behalf of grateful residents every delaware county to say thank you, we are proud, and we appreciate your service.
>> i love where i came up from, i will always love dash. >> i and the home where lieutenant general coleman grew up was actually on that very street. well, volunteers gather to work on painting a mural in memory of the philadelphia fire lieutenant joyce craig. at the lawncrest free library, the mural will be located on the north facade of the building, lieutenant craig died in the line of duty in 2014. the fire department promoted her from fire fighter to lieutenant after her death. mural arts philadelphia is spear heading the project. well, there is much more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", a match made in the media. the plans were putting a telecommunications giant under one roof. as investigators seek to pinpoint who is behind friday's cyber attacks, there is a warning now, about potential future targets.
return of sun with a more mellow start to the week. ju republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first,
of wireless phone and internet service, also recently acquired direct tv. federal regulate verse to now sign off on the deal, uncertain if they actually will. federal investigators are trying to track down who ever unleashed a wave of cyber attacks on friday. a group claiming they temporarily shutdown some of the largest websites in the country says that was just a dry run. tony reporting it may shock you when hackers could take over in your own home. attention they receive from millions of us on line, on friday, how much, twitter, netflix, dozens of other companies, nearly drowned in that traffic. it wasn't coming from people but from millions of hijack machines. they flooded the the web with fake requests. now, the fbi and the company of homeland security are investigating. shadowy group called new world hackers has claims responsibility, fran townsend is national security analyst for cbs news.
>> symetry to disrupt the internet, it could have massive economic impacts in the united states. >> distributed denial of service, and attacks that choke the website with fake requests. this particular attack didn't hit any brand name websites directly instead, a back ends company that inch visibly but crutially routes customer row quests to the websites we all know by name. >> dan ackerman, covers, he said, this type of attack is old you but with trick new twists, including the take hatch over of millions of internet connected machines from baby monitors, all without the owners knowledge. >> this is large scale version of it that affect a lot of people, no doubt, we will see a lot more of this going forward. all while striking the bedrock of the modern world, as well. tony, cbs news, new york. scary thought. all right, let's get to justin. you say, the back half of the week should be better than the first half. that's nice. >> he can actually, yes.
talking about sunshine today, it will warm us back up to near average, just classic late october day today. get outside and enjoy. still little breezy, but not as windy as yesterday. and we are looking at nice sunrise developing next five minutes here. live look at ocean city, all quiet, clear skies, and we will have bright sunshine today. temperatures along the coast warming up to the mid 60s, and we have that off-shore wind. so not going to get the influence of the cooler atlantic ocean. really anywhere across the region today, shot at reaching the mid 60s this afternoon. and check it out. overall pattern, does cool back down by the middle of the week. so it does stay near average, to slightly below, over the next five days, so 64 where we should be this time of year. hit that today, tomorrow, back to the 50's -- 50's, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and some cold night coming in wednesday morning, thursday morning, potential to get close to freezing, and in a lot of suburbs just outside the city.
wilmington, not much change in the bumm rears it now. the reason is the wind, still pretty breezy, mixes un the air little bit, so can't get the cold air to settle in the surface, 47 in ocean city, stone harbor checks in at 50. see clear skies, few clouds across western pennsylvania, sunshine on tap. still strong storm, across new england, firing off some snow, northern vermont, new hampshire, into maine main. a loft winds energy with it. still, stays breezy today. windshield ten to 15 miles per hour, 15 miles per hour sustained out of the west. off shore winds is key, warms up little bit. will allow temperatures to return to the mid 60s this afternoon. storm morning, breezy through the afternoon as well as monday afternoon, ten, 15-mile per hour winds maybe up to 20, so next couple of days, little on the windy sired. not much happening today, mostly sunny skies, few clouds
around from time to time. weak cold front comes through late tonight. maybe a shower or two in the poconos. that's about it. not a lot of moisture with it, it just reinforces the winds little bit. back to sunny skies on monday, into tuesday, kind of the same deal, with pleasant conditions. look at the temperatures, good rebound today. mid 60s in a lot of inland spot. near 606 up into the lehigh valley. tonight, not as cool. because we have the front coming in ahead of it, southwest breeze, so, 50's, for the overnight low around philadelphia, maybe some #'s in the cooler suburbs, then tomorrow, similar to today, temperatures low and mid six off's, for afternoon highs. then things change little bit starting tuesday. jet stream kind of level off right now, allow some of the warmth to return to the east coast. then buckles again starting on tuesday, through the ends of the week. now we see another shot below average temperatures do return starting tuesday afternoon today breezy, milder, 64 for the high, under mostly sunny skies, tonight partly cloudy skies, low of around 50 for the city, some 40's in the suburbs, here is the extended
forecast dry pattern, overnight lows not too bad. forty to about 50 for the next few nights, but then wednesday morning, thursday morning, widespread 30's with highs only in the mid 50's, nebs chance of rain coming in on thursday, rahel, back to you. >> thank you. ann evans at the traffic center, ann, last time we spoke to you were you watching the disable vehicle on route 202, any update there? >> you bet. you have great memory. this is 202 northbound right now, look, it is all clear, disable car is gone. we are good to go between swedesford road and route 29. and northbound lanes are the headlight coming toward you. we move the traffic cam here. to the ben franklin parkway, there you go. ben franklin parkway is closed westbound, due to event preparations. along with spring garden street and the art museum circle, martin luther king shutdown between the ben franklin parkway and the falls bridge, and that's the left of your screen we move again to the ben franklin mid-span, no delays on the bridge, but we do have road construction, so
we will have possible delays, the left lane closed on bridge westbound headed into philadelphia, between the toll plaza and the down side of the bridge, but right now, volume too light for any kind of problems which is good news. if you are shore bound today, no delays further up on the 42 freeway or 55. no problems on the atlantic city expressway or the garden state parkway. that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. rahel, back to you. >> ann, thank you. here's more of what you'll see on "eyewitness news" this morning. shoes on, pants on, i couldn't do anything. you know? i was just -- it was just so hard, like, i didn't want to live. >> and life changed as he knew it, stephanie stahl shows how he fought back, found new meaning in his life. this local man shares his amazing journey. and loin drive for luke. how delaware county community is biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots,
never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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the light the night walk. they carp i had illuminated lanterns to shine a light on blood cancer and help ends the disease. white lanterns carried by survivors, red for supporters, and gold in memory of loved ones. and, a huge wiffle ball tournament to help a little boy. line drive for luke, took place to benefit luke, a 12 year old battling leukemia. luke received bone marrow transplant from his little brother, meek owe, in late august. the community came together,
56 teams in all, at black rock park in raise money for luke and his family. >> this is great community to live in, and work in, and raise your kids in. and the support from everybody, family, especially, friends, close friends, and the support of the whole ridley community, has just been amazing, huge help to us and our familiment. >> been a great friends. he's always funny, put everybody in a good mood. just he's great. >> oh, jack whalen delaware county sheriff marry hope err the ridley township commissioners took part in the fundraiser. the philadelphia zoo kicks off their boo at the zoo halloween extravaganza. children encourage today come in costume, visit their favorite animals and trick-or-treat, in addition to the sweets, children could also enjoy that not so scary graveyards, the hey bail maze, and other craft and games. the annual event will also run next weekend. on the cbs-3 health watch, october is national disability and employment awareness month, investigating the importance of planning
meaningful work for people with disability. "eyewitness news" health reporter stephanie stahl has we very special success store. >> i getting out of his wheelchair walking with something that walter was told would never happen. >> do anything. i don't want to live. >> but he's driving now, working at home depo, frequently awarded employee of the month and top seller. >> i'm helping people find things in a store that they would have to walk p and down the aisles to find. >> it was a motorcycle accident ten years ago, that initially left walter unable to move his arms and legs, and he had been a welder, outdoor man, looked a lot different then. >> how long was your hair? >> i donated 36 inches to locks of love. >> we'll just give him a stretch. >> walter as transformation here at bancroft neuro rehab in south jersey. first was physical therapy. he's now able to walk short distances.
>> and then, this job training, and career counselling. >> miss convention people with disability aren't capable of doing things, that they'll be slower, not as productive, but that's not true. >> the director of outpatient services works with people like walt tear get them back into the work force. >> work bridges meaning to people's lives. such an important part of everybody's life. and people with disability, want to go out and work, as well. >> walter has been working for a year now. >> just so. >> walter being honored for achieving career goals and dreams, after devastating injuries, and moving past his disabilities. it is beyond belief. really is. >> and in addition to all of those awards, walter is engaged to be married. he says he's sharing his story hoping more companies will give opportunities to people with disabilities. we have more information on that at cbsphilly.comment
click health. i'll also be putting on my twitter and facebook feeds. cbs-3 "eyewitness news". congratulations to the happy couple. and in the next half hour on cbs-3 "eyewitness news", crucial game day for the eagles, birds face former teammate, now playing for undefeated team. grace kelly's old philly home as new homeowner keeping it in the family. justin? >> hey, good sunday morning, everyone, nice fall weather today. a lot of sunshine, temperatures back to average, but if you like it cold, wait few more night. we'll talk about it coming up in eyewitness weather.
>> let's get out to just continue drabick on the skydeck with eyewitness weather for more details. hi, justin. >> good morning,
nice fall weather. little chilly. still got this wind we're dealing with, a lot of sunshine, just saw guy ride his bike do you here on 16 street. may need your gloves specially going outside for the morning jog or just walking the dog this morning, but the sun still pretty good laid err this afternoon. check out the temperatures, nothing terribly coal. i mean, we're in the 40's right now, worse this season, mid 40's wilmington, upper's
for the lehigh valley in philadelphia at this hour. battling some winds still. sustained winds up around 16 miles per hour at the airport in philadelphia. fourteen in wilmington. no increase little bit later this morning into the afternoon. but, just enough wind to add bit of windchill. some areas, it feels like the upper three's at this hour on exposed skin. feeling 39 in wilmington, feels like 40 here in philadelphia. and mid 40's, along the coast in wildwood. good news, no rain today. it will stay that like that the next several days, a lot of sunshine on tap this afternoon. so, this morning, temperatures kind of holding in the four's, to 50's later this morning, so overall chilly but pretty good rebounds this afternoon with the sunshine, get up to near average, highs reaching the 60s, and perhaps even the mid 60s in a lot of locations, but today, so this morning, tailgating at the stadium, little chilly, temps on the cool side, this afternoon, for kick off at 1:00 the eagles game, 62 degrees if the sunshine, little breezy with the west winds ten to 20 miles per hour, by the end of the game, talking about temperature of around 64, and
mid 60s for highs, as well at the shore. lower 50's, up in the poconos. we do see another cool down happening the middle of the week cold overnight lows. talk about that coming up in the seven day in a few minute, rahel, back to you. >> we'll check back then. countdown continues and just little over two weeks away from the election. so both presidential candidate try to drum up more support in pennsylvania this weekend. hillary clinton spoke last night at penn park university city. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh, live in the cbs-3 news center more on the jam pack rally, hi, anita. >> that's right. nearly 8,000 people were there as hillary clinton spoke on arrange of topics, and it is real now surprise that both candidates continue to make stops here, pennsylvania of course a critical swing state in this election, now, much every clinton's speech last night centered around what she hopes to accomplish as president. she rallies the crowd saying she will defends planned parenthood and push for clean energy, college affordability, both, common sense gun safety measures. she promise that if-ee elected she will continue to champion
for marriage equality and the lgbt community and perhaps to be expected clinton attacked her opponent, donald trump, calling him unfit to be president. here is one of the reasons why she says that's the case and why those this is the crowd reacted. >> wow, there must be something really, really bad in his tax returns. >> those in attendance had mixed reactions to her speech. >> i know how she feels about done al. she doesn't like donald, donald doesn't like her, neither one likes each other, but at least give us something that bernie supporters like us really wanted and we didn't get it tonight. >> every time she speaks, it gives me hope.
i didn't need further justification but i'm happy i was here. >> heating up november 8 election right around the corner, today, doctor jill biden along with ann hold len make two stops in our area. first event kicks off at noon at the community college of philadelphia. anita oh, cbs news. >> thank you, in addition, donald trump on the campaign front. republican nominee visited the battlefield in gettysburg, there, he laid out his goal for his first 100 days as president, if-ee elected. trump outlined more than two dozen pro polls as, calling for term limits for congress, a hiring freeze for most of the federal government, and tax cuts for businesses and the middle class. after that, he headed to a rally in cleveland, ohio where he addressed controversial issue. >> there are 1.8 million dead people that are registered right now to vote. >> and folks, folks, some of them vote. i wonder why. i wonder how that happens? they woke up from the dead. and they went and voted. maybe they'll vote for trump. i don't know. maybe i shouldn't be saying it. >> and trump is also saying after the election he plans to
sue the women who have accused him of unwanted sexual advances. a 11th accuser adult film performer jessica drake came forward saying trump kissed her without consent and later propositioned her. defense secretary continues fact finding mission in iraq, it continues, reporting iraq's army says it is getting closer to the city. >> sigh rack and elite special forces closing closing in on mol from the east. slowly retaking towns and villages, received by isis, two years ago. in the town, 10 miles from mozul, and long deserted by it residents, isis tries to hole them off with at least eight suicide car bombs. >> vehicles laid win explosives and driven at high
speed toward the advancing army. the iraqi military fired back with a helicopter gun ship. nearby, we met major, a kurdish officer, with 50 -- he said isis left them behind, when it left in a had your. >> i what else did they leave behind. >> they had guns with them, he told us, but left canned food and generators. some of the extremists may be fleeing, but other are fighting to their death. isis property gahm dan glorified those who martyr themselves, but so-called islamic state. iraq's prime minister says this week that the offensive is moving faster than expected. but on the front lines it, looks like a long and dangerous log toward mozul. in the words of its senior us
official we spoke to, the battle to retake mozul could be multi month endeavor. holly williams, cbs news, northern iraq. >> back here at home the philadelphia home where grace kelly grew is up now in the hands of monaco's royal family. her son, prince albert of monaco, confirms to people magazine, that he bought the six bedroom colonial home in east falls section, the home where the oscar winner also accepted marriage proposal from prince ranier the thirds. prince albert told the magazine he plans to visit philadelphia on tuesday, as he considers his plans for the home. >> a big turn-out for the annual walk now for autism speak. the walk at citizens bank park helped to raise money to support vital research and top quality programs that are changing the future for those who struggle with autism. pennsylvania governor, tom wolf, was among the many officials on hand to thank parent of children with autism. >> but the most important thing about autism, i would like people to know, is it is very important that you get
into their person's world. like whatever their quirk is whatever is they like, they want to be accepted. so even something you might not do on normal basis very important that you get into their wormed, get into their room, try to learn what they like, and like it, too. >> and take a look. two members of the "eyewitness news" team, jim donovan, and meisha johnson there, cbs-3 the proud media partner for the autism walk. >> some very good news about young boy featured on ronald mcdonald house charity tell then, he's walking again, after nearly a year of immobility. this is so many video of his milestone. giddian had been learning to walk when he broke significant bones in his leg last year, now, giddian has message for all of you out there, never give up on your dreams. we cannot wait to see giddian at our next ronald mcdonald's house telethon in march. i remember him, such a sweet boy, huge personality. so very happy to see that. and we have a lot more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a fourth quarter come back,
opportunity for penn state. the outcome straight ahead in eyewitness sports. >> and going to the eagles vikings game at the linc? justin drabick game day forecast just minutes away. we will be right back. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in
a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain.
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action is responsible for the content of this advertising. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable.
and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able
to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> teaming up once again in the fight against breast cancer, turning the phillie skyline and the region pink. cancer trent centers of america in juniata glowing
pink, october is national breast cancer awareness month. the pink lives are reminder to schedule mammogram and stay vigilant in the fight against breast cancer. take a look, independent seaport museum also glowing pink. this is the 15th year for the light for the cure campaigning. find more information on our website cbsphilly.com/cure. >> the philadelphia association every black journalist asks celebrating some of the best in our industry. last night, the organization held it annual awards ceremony on independence mall. i was there, among along with several other members of the cbs family, this event honors area journalists community leaders for their outstanding contributions not region, now we have james wards, steve mackenzie, cherri gregg who we always see on sunday morning, also there, much of the proceeds from the event funds college scholarship. justin i was wearing a sleeveless dress last night. i thought it looked nice. i was clinging. >> yes. >> yes, same deal this morning. gets bet they are afternoon, have the sunshine. that will help things with the
temperatures back to average. not quite as breezy as it was yesterday. this morning, cool temperatures, generally in the four's, certainly, heavier coat weather makes it feel like the three's at time, check in from the backyards, out in lawrenceville, peter, at 46 degrees. in 40's in eagleville, no big change in the temperatures, across the region, norm lip, we get some cool spots, milder locations but the winds just mixing up the air little bit. can't get the cold air to set until at the ground. cherry hill lynn spring err at 46 degrees, out in browns mills, mary ann, at 43, and 41 little cooler out in nottingham. chester county. yes, nice pictures this morning, beautiful skies, showing cloud free conditions, cool morning, starting to see the fall color showing up. browns hills, new jersey, sends us pictures of the sun coming through the trees there. definitely jacket weather, crisp, sun think morning, tan will turn out to be nice
afternoon. another spot seeing good sunrise, down in cape may courthouse, live look from the middle township high school in our neighborhood network, cool, 48 degrees, west northwest winds, at 18 miles per hour. you can see the cloud free skies across south jersey, and that's going to be the trend through the day today. west wind today, coming over the lan. that's going to help warm things up little a little bit even along the immediate shore, shutoff open mid 60s delaware beaches shrill lingering northern new england, southern canada, and it is cold enough to see some snow flying up in the mountains, northern vermont, new hampshire, into maine main, storm pretty strong, still get the winds energy from it. pretty tight pressure gradient, so sustained wind still coming in, 15 to around 20 miles per hour through this afternoon. hopefully wind aren't strong enough to below the leaves off the trees.
good color in the poconos, past peak already up into new england. give another week or so, probably next weekend, should see close to peak conditions, areas in south jersey and delaware. speaking of the poconos, pretty decent forecast next couple every days. today sunny skies, breezy, 53 degrees. near 50, few clouds around, then gets chilly, look at tuesday's high temperature in the mountains, mid 40's, even with sunny skies. that win does continue. overall weather pattern, high pressure to the south, just blocks big storms from developing. so, inbetween the high and the low, so breezy, dry, little weak cold front comes through overnight tonight, early monday morning, maybe shower or two in the mountains, it is gone by the morning hours. back to sunny skies for monday afternoon. same deal tuesday, not much happening. high pressure is the rule. locker in cooler air. today pretty good rebounds, mid 60s for high temperatures, even the 068 along the
immediate coast, up in the lehigh valley near six off degrees, into berks county, in the northampton county around philadelphia. low to mid 60s for afternoon temperatures. and pretty much the same story down into delaware. get cold, areas in blew here show the freezing temperatures, so 32 degrees or lower. we could be close to freezing, some of the suburbs here in pennsylvania, wednesday morning, and then again on thursday morning. so this is some of the coldest air of the season, that's developing, but, still the overall trend, over the next couple every weeks, in for above average temperatures, the forecast from october 30th, through the fifth of november. this is the outlook, a lot of red showing up across the us indicating much above temperatures. >> headed into november, today, miler, 64 degrees in the sunshine. near 50's, not as cool. partly cloudy skies, the extended forecast more sunshine tomorrow, pretty much repeat of today at 64.
and we will cool it down again tuesday through thursday, highs only in the 50's. and overnight lows into the 30's, a lot of the mornings, next best chance for rain will hold off until thursday. rahel, back to you. >> you said above average looks like? >> overall trend, yes, headed into november. >> you're saying i should stop change. >> yes. >> is that about it? >> this is nothing. >> all right, justin, thank you. and time now at 7:46. let's check the roads and highways with ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center. morning, ann. >> good morning, rahel. that beautiful sunshine giving us sun glare on the area roadways. that will affect you, put down the advise or, wear the sunglasses, i59 at the walt whitman bridge. looks all right this morning, up ahead the walt whitman bridge. that is a good shape. if you are taking the walt whitman bridge to atlantic city keep in day today the day for the atlantic city marathon. two right lanes should down on the brigantine connector, southbound to the a.c. expressway, and brigantine boulevard. there are delays in the area
already. we move the traffic cam here to 422, saint gabe's curve, schuylkill river trail, for bicyclists and drivers, no one on t but 422 does look fine this morning if you are head that way or taking that roadway we move the traffic cam to the ben franklin parkway. bring park war we shutdown. and the art museum circle for the jdr diabetes research walk, the latest from the traffic center, now, here is a look at eyewitness sports with lesley van arsdall. >> evening else face the tough he is season, undefeated vikings come to the link. number one scoring defense in the league, stowe could be a long day forecaster on wentz. birds come into the game struggling, lost two in a row, biggest factor in the losses penalties. twenty-seven against the lions in washington, the players know they have to eliminate the mistakes to beat minnesota >> if you were to ask me at
the beginning of the year, you know, boy have been here in minute society, a we would have been going back, you know, playing the eagles, i would have thought that i would have been on the other side of it. but i still keep in touch with a lot of those guys. so with us going back, there, great chance, to see some of those guys talk to them. >> we haven't spoken yet. this week long week already, i'm sure we'll talk before the game. >> sunday at 113 you can join sports director, merrill reese, patagial end and me at the linc, 11:30 here on cbs-3. the flyers in action last night at the center against carolina the orange and black, off to another slow start to begin a season after winning the season open tow la. lost three in a row. second period, the flyers down goal, rookie ivan, shot from the .3 directed by voracek, later in the periods orange
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>> time for the pet project, friends and animal advocate, every week at this time. >> good morning to you. >> avenue darling, little camilla, she is available for adoption at the pennsylvania spca isn't that prince chart's wife name? yes, different though little chihuahua, talking about this, also, about microchip, so important, this time of the year more more than other times of the year, halloween, can be the most dangerous time of the year for animals, so we want to make sure people can get their pets back, first, tack a look at animals that are for adoption. like this beauty. this is lay did a, one year old hound retriever mix. and she was pulled from a high intake shelter. she would love to go home with somebody with a lot of entheusiasm, just like she does, she an angel. and then, nala look how cute
this dog is rahel. look at the little socks, the face, female black and white terrier mix. she is a puppy, she is just darling. four month old. and i think would make wonderful pet. and you get her early, four month old, that's fun too. here is midnight, five year old black male cat, friendly, social, he doesn't want to be just, you know, constantly handled, but he does love attention, would do best in the house with kids, ten or older. then talking more about camilla, but i really want to talk about micro chipping, and keeping id on your pet. now, studies say, that really collars and tags the best way to get your pet back. bye microchips are almost fool-proof. and let's take a look, how big are they? what are they? look at this, look at the comparison of the size of microchip that little thing that rolled on the hand, compared to a dog tag. so you can see how small it is. it is put in the dog during just like almost like a vac continuation, with a needle,
put in the back of the dog. and then it is red this way. it is red with a a scanner. now these scanners some are universal scanners, that's what you certainly hope shelters have. or other places, that's all, because they can read all of the frequencies that microchip can be. most places will have a scan their can read everything. here is how the scanning is done. from the pennsylvania spca. >> the number would come up, contact the microchip company. give us the information we could let you know and you can pick up your cat and it wouldn't be lost. >> you know, a cat that doesn't have a microchip has less than a 2% chance of being returned from a shelter, if they are a stray. there is no stray hold at all f your cat is not microchip and get out the, by state law, they don't have to hold them at all. they can be euthanized, given to other people, et cetera.
>> pet's worse fear. >> and for dogs, 50% or more with a mick row chip will come back, and a dog with a microchip has to by law in pennsylvania be hell for ten days. so, otherwise, it is only 48 hours. so, that is really a lifesaver. these microchips really just go right between the shoulder blades. they are your dogs voice. let's talk about camilla. >> so sweet all morning, hasn't made a peep. >> she has been wonderful. was wonderful back in our gwen room, covered with little brown and white hair, but camilla six year old female, will be after this show, available for adoption, will be at our cheryle, and that's on in fishtown. and that's on frankford avenue. and that's 1546 frankford avenue. so right after the show you can find her there, also doing yoga with cats event there. >> don't you love that? back to the micro chipping, really nothing again is as
good as the collar and tags, but you couple that, but they can be lost, they can pulled off. you couple that with microchip, or just microchip alone, and really safeguard getting your pet back t allows your pets to find you again. just the size after little grain of rice, and it is the way for animals to get back this time of the year can be pretty tricky for animals. >> good to see you, camilla, nice to see you, hopefully found her happy home, if you would like to see camilla visit the spca erie avenue headquarters, 1:00 to eight luring during the week, at fishtown center. >> and hopefully find cam all a new home. >> that's it for "eyewitness news" at 7:00. here's what we have for you coming up at 8:00ment the things every trick-or-treater needs out the door. also ahead, the power of friendship, made for women who have been together for 60 years. learning why their special bonds is helping them to live longer.