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mark in some spots. the lets look at what we are feeling right now. we can feel the chill. temperatures in the the lower 50's. about 10 degrees below average. we should be around 54. it is only 53 in the city. only 49 in allentown. chilly 40 degrees in mount pocono. again once that sun goes down these temperatures will plumet. the expected low in the city tonight, 38 degrees, that is 7 f 45, this is coldest night since april 10th of this past spring, it has been a very warm stretch but now, things are changing. here's what to expect when you wake up tomorrow morning 6:00 a.m. upper 30's in philadelphia. look at northwestern suburbs at or below freezing. the mount pocono, allentown, reading, lancaster. those are parts of the area contains in the freeze warning. anywhere shaded in purple that does include lehigh valley as well that is freeze warning for you, a frost advisory has been issued for city and suburbs lower bucks, montgomery, delaware county, cape may county and southern, delaware as well.
these are spots where temperatures will fall in the mid to upper 30's. cold enough for some frost but not the cold enough for a hard freeze, but a hard freeze does mean end of the growing season for many spots across our area, sure sign that winter is not far away, another sign that maybe some sleet, snow or freezing rain for portions of our area thursday, coming up we will break that down when i join you inside. for now back to you. two suspects are dead following a police raid in maryland. that is on the delaware/maryland border. it unfold at new easton inn on east pull ascy highway. we now have the latest developments live from the scene. >> reporter: two suspects were armed, fugitives wanted in delaware on felony charges. the search ended here, as this motel was not the way police intended. the swat team was seen here going from door to door to ensure other hotel guests are safe making their way past a window riddled with bullets after police opened fire. shots rang out just before ten this morning, cecil county
sheriff and maryland state police officers tracking down two fugitives from dover, delaware at new easton inn on route 40 in maryland. man and woman wanted on felony gun charges in connection with the delaware shooting. officials say that they refused several commands to earned iser. >> the male suspect stepped out, raised a handgun, refused to obey order of the the police officers, and the officers, fired. he was wounded. seconds later a female suspect came out armed with the handgun and raised that handgun, again refusing orders, and officers shot for as well. >> reporter: both suspects were declared dead at the scene, investigators say they are both 25 year-old but not the yet releasing their identity. reporting from el kton maryland, amy yensi, cbs-3 eyewitness muse. philadelphia police hope you recognize this man, they say he stole a section of the brass railing from the staircase at philadelphia's historic union league. the it happened early monday
morning on south broad street. surveillance video shows that suspect walking with the brass railing, that union league officials say he removed with his bear hand. part of the building, staircase also collapsed. union league says it will replace stairs and railing as soon as possible. also in center city someone smash the front window of boyds on 18th and chestnut. police were called to that store around 4:45 after a burglar a alarm sounded. authorities say that in addition to that shattered window they found some window display and car bumper on the sidewalk. it is unclear if anything was taken from the store, it remains under investigation. former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is out of jail on bail after serving about two hours of a ten to 23 month sentence for leaking grand jury documents. tonight, as kane appeals her conviction we are a closer look at the where she will serve time and what her life will be like behind bars. "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden is live in eagleville
montgomery count which that exclusive look, joe. >> reporter: thises a sprawling complex, 2,000 people live here, bashed wire are surround the entire prison. it even has its own bus stop right here. when kathleen kane's appeal is all run out if she's not successful, prison officials say they are ready to welcome her. when kathleen kane does settle in her new digs at montgomery county lock up, i'm told she will be just another inmate, she will wear blue says a navy blue prison uniform, her new address will be 60 eagleville road eagleville, pennsylvania. >> we try to treat everybody equally. >> reporter: officials sat down with cbs-3 a day after kane was sentenced to ten months behind bars. she was here briefly before her family could raise her $75,000 bond. kane will remain a free woman until her appeals are exhausted. the meanwhile there are 2,000 inmates here, some are awaiting trial, others are serving sentences of less than two years.
the from statements made by kane's legal team it would be a sure bet that commonwealth disgraced ex-attorney general would request placement in protective custody. >> if she so chooses to be in protective custody we would act accordingly to her wishes even if we deemed she needed to be segregated, we will treat her just like everybody else. >> reporter: full work up is done of all inmates, charges, bail, prior offenses, drug and alcohol abuse are all factored in. statements made on behalf of kane in court suggested sending her to prison would be a death sentence. its claims former offices work in breaking up heroin networks makes her a target. prison officials didn't have much reaction to that except to say. >> our goal, it is to make sure that nothing happens that shouldn't happen. >> reporter: now, of course, if kane was to gamble and choose general population, that would be a unit in the women's ward. we are going to take new to that unit coming up at 6:00,
kane's strategy is she beats this on appeal but legal experts say that is a significant long shot. ill will's see new an hour. live from eagleville, montgomery county joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". well, tonight path attorney pike's northeast extension is back opened after a crash involving four tractor trailers. it happened on the northbound side between lansdale and quakertown exits around 5:15 this morning. police say none of the truck drivers were seriously hurt. the crash caused a serious backlog in the morning rush getting underway. highway reopened about two hours ago. a gunman returns to its former work place and goes on a deadly shooting spree. violence happened at freight car america in roanoke, virginia. investigators say suspect rode his bike to the plant this morning. he then shot and killed an employee and wounded three others before taking his own life. the suspect was from kenya and came to virginia as part of the refugee program. police say this was not the a terror attack. manhunt is underway for
suspect who shot two people and two police officers near oklahoma city. mimal van has been posting live video messaging on facebook while on the run in the stolen pickup truck. he was last seen machine when investigators say he pulled an assault rifle on officers attempting to question him, and they say van fired several shots. >> unaudible. >> you want to know what is up next? stay tuned tour local news. >> investigators say van was wanted on previous charges of child sexual abuse. investigators are on the scene of the freak theme park accident in queensland australia. officials say four people were killed, accident happened on a river rapid ride at dream world park. >> we are deeply shocked is and saddened by this and in our hearts, and our thoughts, go to the families involved. >> reporter: at one of the the australia's most popular parks, police say just after
2:00 p.m. thunder river rapid ride at dream world malfunctioned, two people's joke from their raft, another two were caught inside the structure. >> kid on board screaming while their mom was tracked under. >> reporter: personnel tried to perform first aid on the victims before paramedics arrived. >> we're work going together with the park to determine how this tragic incident occurred. i will confirm at this point that four adults have lost their lives as a result of the accident. >> reporter: build as a family, river ride, thunder river rapid reaches speeds of just under 30 miles an hour and accepts riders as young as two years old. >> it it was a big ride and it is fun. >> reporter: australian prime minister malcolm turnbull promised a thorough investigation. >> theme parks is a place for family fun and happiness, not tragedy. >> reporter: park will remain closed to day as park officials work with authorities to investigate
this incident. police say they are not aware of any previous problems with the ride. well, it is called lots of health benefits we will tell but it after the break. woman said she was booted from instagram because of her work out videos. she posted videos for years, sometimes in work out gear, what she did this time that she believes got the her account cancelled. royalty in philadelphia, why prince albert of monaco came to the city, in our next half an hour, plus this. they are too young to vote in the presidential election but they are casting ballots anyway. i'm here in newark, new jersey with
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fitness star who is pregnant was briefly banned from instagram, for what she says are post that is were considered, too sexy. >> on the cbs-3 healthwatch tonight health reporter stephanie stahl is here with more on the bear belly controversy. >> bear belly controversy, yep. this is a trainer who is known for her work outs and now that
she's pregnant she continued to post her exercises on instagram but some felt her outfits were too skimpy. and they were offended by her bear, pregnant belly. brittany pearly is getting close to a million instagram followers but it was almost taken away after she posted this video. >> ♪ >> reporter: she's working out with a bear pregnant belly. >> this is first time i have exposed my belly. at first i was nervous because of the body shaping comments of you're fat or you are too pregnant to be wearing a sports bra but i felt why should i let this stop me. i want tome power women to love their bodies through pregnancy. >> reporter: she got positive, negative comments and only six hours after post went up she said instagram took her entire account down. she got the this message telling her that she violated the guidelines for nudity. >> i was very devastate because this account is not just for fun for me, it is not entertainment but it is my brand, my business. >> reporter: brittany said her
post never contained nudity but she does have work out in skimpy clothes. she has pneumonia posting those for two years with no problem. only thing that changed is her showing her bear baby bump. >> i think that triggered it. >> reporter: brittany says instagram didn't respond to any e-mails until five days later, after she got media attention. >> i received a notification that they are sorry for inconvenience and my instagram was restored. >> reporter: she's glad to be back on line. >> i will post my work out videos whether i have a six month pregnant pregnant belly or six pack. >> reporter: brittany whose first child is due in february said early on in her pregnancy she struggled with morning sickness and only recently that she felt well enough to get back to working out and being back on instagram. i bet you any day now we will see her six pack. >> no caught. >> works hard. >> it looks okay to me. >> okay, thanks steph. more and more people are turning to salt rooms to rid
their body of toxins and help them breathe easier but medical community has yet the to recommend the treatment. the salt rooms like this in new york city are cover in pure salt ground in particles and circulates through the air. advocates say when they breathe in the salt it clears the air waves and assists in the natural healing process but doctors say it could be dangerous, for some asthma patients. >> and i do see potential for harm. >> research in israel has found possible benefits, of salt rooms for children with mild asthma but the american lung association says that there is no evidence based findings to create guidelines for salt therapy. the therapy costs between 35 and $50 per session, which typically lasts between 30 minutes to an hour. well, you can forget green screen tonight and pack all of the napkins. >> i found this out, it is national greasy food day, frenchfries, nachos, burgers and frenchfries so word is
treat yourself to your favorite greasy foods because it is all okay just for today. just for today. >> treat yourself. >> treat yourself. >> yes, calories do not count. >> no, just one day. >> it is looking good. >> it is tuesday, greasy food. >> kate bilo is joining with us a look at a chilly forecast. >> maybe a hot greasy food. >> we need it. >> it is going to get very, very cold tonight. we felt difference today. you will feel it tonight and tomorrow. it will be coldest night since last spring. >> thirty's.oldest night since >> most areas tomorrow morning will be near freezing. the in the city upper 30's. you will see frost. warm up the car earlier and make sure kids have heavier coat heading to the bus stop tomorrow morning, not just light weight wait. we want something more bulk, needed for tomorrow morning. here's a look outside, we will start off with a beautiful shot down the shore, toward the end of what has been a nice looking day despite the chill in the air we have had good deal of sunshine but day like today with that cold air
moving in the upper atmosphere you tend to be in and out of the clouds a little bit and this time lapse i will show you here shows you just. that we started with lots of sunshine but as the ground heat up and those parts of the air rise in the cold air you can see these cumulus clouds build in the area and we are dealing with cloud cover this afternoon. it started to thin out now as we head toward sunset, 50 degrees at leadership academy in philadelphia cloud, sun out the there today, cooler day for sure and we will continue to feel the chill tonight and tomorrow. not a whole lot on storm scan three, everything is quiet but see how chilly, it business snow falling over mountains of new england and some spots across portions of new york state, up in to new england, thursday into friday we will pick up some actual appreciable snowfall. temperatures right now on the chilly side. we will tell you 40's in allentown. forty in mount pocono. fifty-two in reading. forty's for buffalo, state college, scranton, albany at
44. it is a chilly day well below average across the majority of the north east and i'll show you freeze warning shaded in purple here for vast majority of the the area we will stay in the mid to upper 30's in the the city and nearby suburbs. it is just a frost advisory. you may wonder why poconos is not the included in the freeze warning even though it is going below freezing. it already has. it is meaning the end of the growing sees on poconos had their first freeze so they do not get a warning here. average first free is october 16th. we are delayed on. that trendies october 26th f they go below freezing that is right on target. philadelphia we will see our first freeze november 10th. so just frost for us and then we will see temperatures slightly above level, for a hard freeze for another couple weeks hopefully. tomorrow looks like a dry day but here's the cyst people we're tracking. it could start in the morning in the the far northern counties thursday morning, up in the poconos especially as a little bit of snow. don't expect much of anything in the way of accumulation but across new york state and new
england thursday into friday, some spot will see three to 6 inches of the white stuff. too soon for me but we are talking snow, talking frost as well. 38 degrees overnight. for your wednesday mostly sunny, chilly, 30's to start and mid 50's in the afternoon. you're witness weather three day forecast sunny and cool tomorrow, thursday, just rain for us here in philadelphia and no snow for us, don't get too excited snow lovers it will be here soon enough. coming up i'll time out when that rain gets in and out and here's good news we can be making one of the 70's, and. >> thanks, kate. >> philadelphia organizers who founded the million woman march said they plan to celebrate the 20th anniversary next year. >> organizers gathered and said event is bigger than just a march but it is a reunion. >> next year will mark the 20th year anniversary of not only the million women march, not only largest gathering in
the world but now the initiation internationally of the first global movement for women and girls of african dissent worldwide. >> while the event is still in the final planning stages, organizers say it will most likely be held here in philadelphia, new york or washington d.c. the first women march brought hundreds of thousands of women to philadelphia on october 25th, 1997. still ahead on "eyewitness news", it is raining legos. >> why 50,000 legos have dropped in the area parking lot. vittoria woodill connects the dots and get answers, pat. it feels like chris jenkins was nailing that game three to send villanova to the national title. today wildcats had their media day we will hear from the coach and more in
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>> good, you are talking hoops today. >> yes, sixers tomorrow. >> i know you are excited. >> it has been on my calendar. >> college today. it has been 204 days but feels like only yesterday villanova wildcats ran through ncaa tournament in route to a national title. just like that it is on to another season. today nova opened their doors for media day. cats, they lost ryan arcidiacono and daniel chevy but two stars remain last years hero chris jenkins is back with josh hart, and ever optimist jay wright says there is always a chance to repeat. >> the challenge is really our ego, and to stay humble, and still stay hungry to get better. because, no matter what you did last year everything is a different person this year. we have different challenges and we use lose two outstanding leaders on the floor and three walk ons that were great leaders. if we recognize the challenge,
and don't concentrate on our accomplishments, we have a shot. >> after a tough loss in montreal, it is right back to the ice for flyers tonight as they take on the sabres at the center, radko gudas is expected to make his debut after a six game suspension to start the year. flyers announced michael rafl has gone to injured reserve. we need your help in picking the friday football frenzy, game of the week, and here are your choices. we have downingtown east, downingtown west, council rock south ate council rock north, and holy spirit at camden catholic, you can go to cbs philly.com/frenzy, and vote, and so we will be right back at it. >> yes. >> i was sitting in this chair 204 days ago when i lost my mind when jenkins hit that shot. >> yes. >> 204 years ago. >> no, 204 days ago. >> yes. >> 204 years ago, four scores... >> thanks, buddy.
okay. >> my bad. >> justin timberlake takes a voting booth selfie and what are the rules about voting in our area we have information you need to know. students say they take part in the mock election who they pick for president and what some new jersey students say about the candidates coming up next. we will see prince albert of monaco checking out his philadelphia property. more video in ten minutes. new tonight at 6:00 new help for millions who suffer from chronic sinus infections, health reporter stephanie stahl is back and showing us device doctors are now using to stop that
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hillary clinton and donald trump are both campaigning in the must win sunshine state. "eyewitness news" continues at 5:30. hello, i'm ukee washington. early voting is underway in florida where trump took a swipe at obama care while clinton says she has a plan to fix it. donald trum april period at one of his florida golf resorts alongside his employees. >> 80 percent of them are hispanic. >> reporter: republican nominee high cost have of obama carries hurting his workers and premiums are going up next year. >> we will repeal and replace obama care. i can say all of my employees are having a tremendous problem with obama care. >> reporter: general manager of the trump's club clarified most receive company provided insurance. >> i say 99 percent of our employees are insured through the hotel. through our insurance, and maybe just a few that are insured through obama care. >> reporter: hillary clinton's camp says she has a plan to make health insurance more
affordable, she is stumping in florida where early voting is underway. >> i want you to have confidence that we're going to work every day, to implement the plans that we have put forth. >> there is still time for this election to go to either candidate. >> reporter: gary is a expert in designing campaign communication strategies and says both candidates need to layout positive visions. >> they are not necessarily doing that. >> no, they keep attacking each other, why? they are already as unpopular as you can possibly make them. >> reporter: both candidates are working to increase their popularity in the final pitch to voters. today former secretary of state colin powell announced he will vote for hillary clinton. justice department and fbi think they will have officials ready on election day to respond to potential crimes at polling places and many eyes will be on philadelphia. joining us now live is guess pegays justice and home land security support, he is here in town talking with election officials about how they are preparing, and hi jeff, i want
to start first with why philadelphia, we know you guys that we have heard from trump that he thinks the election is rigged here. we have heard from locally lex officials who say we are confident in the election result here. what did you find today. >> reporter: of course, g.o.p. nominee has put focus on pennsylvania, and philadelphia, specifically, we're also talking to a cyber security expert who says that there are voting machines in this state are vulnerable, to tampering. that is something we're looking at in our report on the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley tonight. >> when you mentioned vulnerability, was tampering are they talking about cyber attacks in that situation. >> reporter: well, no because these machines are electronic but they are not connect to the internet. so it doesn't appear in this case in this state that they could be vulnerable to a cyber attack but they could, according to this cyber security expert, we spoke with, be vulnerable to
tampering, hacking if someone put some sort of device in the back of the voting machine. that is what we're examining in this case, possibility of something like that happening and really an overall look at voting irregularities here in philadelphia and across the state. >> all right. we are looking forward to your report, jeff, thanks very much. you can see jeff's full report on the "cbs evening news", we will see you then. in other news students across the country have pick their next president in a mock election. school children correctly predict winner for nearly quarter century. so what do they have to say this year. correspondent visited one of the schools participating in newark, new jersey. >> reporter: evelyn gomez is too young to vote but casting a ballot for president in the mock election at her high school. >> i feel like this was pretty important. >> cast your vote. >> reporter: north 13th tech in new jersey is one of the thousands of schools giving students a vote. >> i tell them this is your
life, these people are, you know, will have control over what happens, to you and your future. >> reporter: student broadcaster channel one news held nationwide mock election but nearly 300,000 students casting their ballots. since 1992, fourth through 12th graders have accurately predict the outcome. >> what makes predicting who winner will be. >> young people in general they vote the way their parents vote and way their community votes. this time around it will be interesting because it has been a unpredictable election. >> reporter: results of the this years mock election are in. students chose hillary clinton 47 to 41 percent. their top concerns, terrorism and education and gun control. >> voted for hillary clinton. who voted for donald trump. one big thing that i support about hillary is immigration. >> i feel like she has experience. >> i feel like trump will make it more safe. >> do adults listen to people
your age enough. >> no. >> reporter: what could they learn from you. >> new ideas, even better ideas. >> reporter: these students say they learned voting empowers them to shape the future. rocks san, cbs news, newark, new jersey. another student polled by scholastic shows students choosing hillary clinton by a larger margin 52 to 35 percent. that poll had mirrored election results since 1964. justin timberlake may be in trouble for snapping a selfie as he voted inside a polling station in his home town of memphis. he posted photo on instagram. tennessee state law bans selfies at polling stations. law enforcement say they are investigating. be careful ballot selfies are illegal in many states including new jersey. legal status is mixed in pennsylvania revealing your ballot is against the law but state officials say recent court cases found a first amendment right to take ballot selfies. and delaware has a policy
against cell phones in voting booths, state officials say they cannot control what happens behind the curtain. it is race to the finish and we are counting down, election day is now just 14 days away. fighting continues as iraqi army forces move to retake mosul. >> eye [gunfire] rack i forces engaged with islamic state militants, around the town of bartola, east of mosul monday. u.s. led coalition announced liberation of the town last week but since then some gun battles have been reported. iraqi forces are, 3 miles within mosul. white house says premiums will go up sharply under president obama's health care law and many consumers will be down to just one insurer. premiums for mid level bench mark plan will increase an average of 25 percent, across the 39 states, served by the salary run on line market. some states, will see bigger jumps, other less,
administration officials are stressing that subsidies will insulate most customers from sticker shock and estimated five to 7 million consumers are now eligible for those subsidies or by outside the markets or subsidies are not available. special visitor met with students at roxborough high school in philadelphia, patrick parker is president of the federal reserve bank of philadelphia. parker took part in a round table discussion with students and learned more about the career academy program. it is a joint effort with philadelphia academy a non-profit to blend education and job training by offering work based learning and college prep experiences. prince albert of monaco paid a visit to the house he recently bought in philadelphia's east falls neighborhood. it is home where his mother oscar winning actress grace kelly grew up and later accepted a marriage proposal from his father prince rainer. prince albert spent an hour inside before walking the property. he purchased it for $754,000, but exactly how the royal
family will use that home is unclear. pennsylvania residents are one step closer to being able to buy six packs in beer stores and that is after the break. they are big top vehicles but some trucks may make hazard on the road, jim donovan explains. riddle me this why did the tree cross the road? well, he tried but got arrested. we will tell you why this man was dressed like a tree, walking in traffic. kate? well, that time of the day when we take a sneak peak in the upcoming weekend and it is too chilly outside today and tonight we will like weekend pattern. we will warm things up, back to normal and eventually above average, it looks like mainly dry weekend and one of of the two days that being sunday we could approach 70 degrees in a few spots, that should be warm enough to get you through this cold night on the way, we will be r
when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
well, if you worry about the airlines losing your luggage you you will soon be able to track its journey. >> delta announced plans to use fly delta app to offer customers a mass view of their bags last scanned location. so it will track luggage from the plane all the way to its final destination, delta's map feature is offered at all u.s. airports and airline says its international airports will join in the coming months. buying six packs of beer in pennsylvania could soon be easier. >> pennsylvania senate approved legislation that would let beer distributors sell six packs, to residents, who could also have up to 18th 192-ounces of beer shipped to their home. new measure head to the the house and fit is approved, it is off to governor wolf's desk for signature. maker of budweiser beer says it has completed the
world's first driverless beer ship. , anheuser-busch teamed up with uber to send a self driving tractor trailer pack with 50,000 cans of beer on a 120-mile journey through colorado. company says a professional driver was on game the whole time, anheuser-busch is making plans to use self driving technology, more often in the future. >> one of these days, we're all just passengers. >> it is scary. >> yes. >> big trucks, bad headlines, why researchers say something is up, maybe hazardous to other drivers on the road. jim donovan has details after a short time
like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's 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
according to swiss policeman parked alongside of the highway to talk to a truck driver and then that is when car got away. man caught up to his vehicle but it hit a guardrail and traffic sign. police are now looking for that driver. pickup trucks may ab monk biggest on the road but new study find their headlights might be inadequate. >> three on your side's jim donovan find their poor performance could impact other drivers. >> reporter: this ram 1500 is tenth pickup truck tom evans
has owned but he says that the headlights are not like the others. >> they are supposed to be more dream beam almost a spotlight type effect. these particular ones seem to be diffused out. >> reporter: lights on evans reek will got a marginal rating from the insurance institute for highway safety. group evaluated 11 of the most popular trucks. researchers tested amount of light i truck provides as it travels straight and on curves this shows honda ridgeline, only vehicle to earn a good rating, and chevrolet colorado at bottom of the list for clear visibility. >> some headlights just even properly aim are not going to provide a wide enough distribution of light across the road to allow drivers to see where they need to. >> reporter: researchers say poorly design headlights can also create dangerous conditions for drivers in on coming traffic. that is because headlights cause a glare that hey temporarily blind other drivers.
iihs has factored in the truck's high beams, led lights and reflectors. >> insurance institute for highway safety say most auto makers are already trying out new technology to make improvements, earlier this year group tested mid sized cars and suv and found mess of those vehicles also had poorly rated headlights. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. kate joins with us our forecast, i casually looked at radar and said what is that over there. >> it the is snow. >> i see it. >> it is far away. >> we will show you this image as well but yes, snow is falling in some spots across new england, ramp up later in the week, it is just rain for us in the poconos and you might see some snow but an indication of the direction we are heading in and i do think this winter will get a much earlier start because we know it is a very, very mild start, november and, of course, december. i don't think that is the case. we are starting to feel this
burst of cold coming in today and into tonight but we have got freeze warnings and frost advisories, posted. look at a beautiful evening, up in the poconos, starting to see a little packed peak foliage situation up there. still looking beautiful in many locations, you can see leaves have come down jack frost big frost area, that is one area hoping to get a good deal of snow this winter. and then you may see a few flakes or ice, or sleet as we head into saturday in the poconos. the lets start off with right now we will check with our eyewitness weather watchers and they are reporting their conditions and they are more than 10 degrees colder then what we saw at this time yesterday. we are seeing lower 50's. 51 degrees as we check with phil in, north wales. we have sun, in the cloud very dry air in places as well. dew points in the the 20's and 30's all day to day. feeling like your typical, chilly fall day but more like a november day then an october day. john carroll in mullica, at
the 53 degrees. some sun peeking through clouds. we have had cumulus build up, with that cold air aloft, clouds love to form in that situation, and we will see a in and out of the cloud cover today. walt inner newark delaware has some sun there walter says certainly time to break out the at least the wind breaker. he is a tough guy. i like the actual coat, parka as we head in the day tomorrow. not sure about the parka but something heavier possibly then a win breaker if you are out early tomorrow morning. but we have got great shots from our weather watchers as always, love greg mccoy with his halloween decorations, gules and goblins were out and last night we have got halloween on the seven day forecast. pretty nice weather in store for that day as well. spooky scenario at greg's house if you find yourself in that area looks amazing. also looks amazing is this shot take a peak at junior/senior high school this bernville near west of reading and you can see foliage colors in the background. we have got great colors in the the sky as we head toward sunset but chilly for soccer
players on the field out there this evening. only 49 degrees in bernville. the it will get colder, that is one spot that will see temperatures at or below freezing, later tonight. there is that snow we were talking about on the radar picture way off to the north. that cold air that has come in as impacted really all of the north east and producing enough cold air for some snow across mountains of new england. tomorrow is a dry day, full day of sunshine we may have some clouds but it is thursday we have to watch as this system approaches. the it may start out as snow early thursday morning only for pocono region, possibly north and lehigh valleys, mix of sleet and freezing rain for thursday. in philadelphia we will look quiet with some clouds through midday and then by thursday afternoon and evening that puts steady rain to start to move in. how much snow? not much. mount pocono may see a tenth of an inch here and there. possibly a little ice as well less than a tenth of an inch
and it is only for pocono region. the in the city we will pick up some rain, could see just about a half inch, maybe slightly less than that, any rain we will get will be good news. we need rain. it is out of here by friday morning. overnight mainly clear with areas of frost, chilly day tomorrow, and chilly rain on thursday but you then it gets better, look at sunday near 70 r halloween monday still looks like a beautiful day for trick or treaters. well take a look at this, yes, that is a man trusted as a tree standing in the street in maine. he was arrested and charged with obstructing traffic. why was he dressed as a tree in the first place? police say he wanted to see how people would react. >> well... >> he can just leave. i got a couple chuckles. >> just a couple. all right. he should just leave. still ahead on "eyewitness news" not much makes kids as happy as a pile of legos.
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well, justin beiber at it again, singer dropped mike and stormed off the stage in england. >> fans, calmed down despite beiber's pleas to do so, so he left. cara marie was in the audience and caught it on video. he came back on stage. remember last year he stormed off afghans threw water on his stage. very sensitive. >> um-hmm. having fun with blocks, legos brings out build inner all of us. >> our vittoria woodill had fun visiting site of the lego land discovery center in plymouth meeting and a few new
friend who could not wait to just dig in. >> reporter: you you know what that sound is, it is lego mania. breaking ground today the at plymouth meeting mall with the future site of lego land. it is ninth location in the u.s. and place where kids plan to do it. >> imagination. >> lego land won't be opening up until next year but that is not stopping new kid helpers from making lego snow angels and fat ball field, in the 50,000 legos that would drop today in celebration of the start of the construction. >> playful learning. they are learning while they are playing getting a way from the tv, getting a way from the tablet and focusing on on that learning. the that is why we are ultimate indoor lego playground. >> it is a different experience in a typical environment. lego land discovery center we are over the top wow about it. >> reporter: you seem just as excited as kids. >> i am, i am, i bought two passes. >> reporter: a lot to look forward to. >> it is so awesome.
>> hey why do you have a microphone in there. >> reporter: e want to hear from the lego experts, you? why do you love it so much. >> because you get to figure out things that you can build with, and everything else. >> reporter: why did you tell your mommy want legos. >> because i have so much fun doing and playing with my, mixing up my first set of legos and then i want more to see how i can get some more imaginative. >> reporter: what are you going to do when you will have a whole lego land to play in. >> i think i'm going to be excited. >> reporter: you will be in lego heaven. until then his face says it all. vittoria woodill for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". a lot of excitement. >> all about the magic. >> great time. >> that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 beyond the fences where former pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kaine will serve jail time, "eyewitness news" was given exclusive access inside
the facilitate. see where kane could spend her days and what her routine might include. >> reporter: a medical break through in the treatment, a new device that they are using health reporter stephanie stahl shows us how it works. and then this. >> did you think your house is haunted, and you want to move, do you need to disclose it to a potential buyer. i'm shawn mcdevitt, what you need to know coming up. we are seeing beautiful autumn sunsets underway right now but as that sun goes down, the big chill arrives, it is chilly right the now but will get colder overnight. we will tell but a frost advisory, freeze warning and which parts of the area may see snow before the week is out, it is all right now on "eyewitness news" at 6:00. and we will begin with life on the inside one day after kathleen kane learns her
faith the faith "eyewitness news" goes beyond the walls of the montgomery county jail, where she will serve her sentence and officials say former pennsylvania attorney general will be treated like all other inmates. good evening, i'm ukee washington. i'm jessica dean. "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden is live outside montgomery county correctional facility with a exclusive look at life on the inside, joe. >> reporter: jessica, ukee, good evening. at this point right now kathleen kane got about a two hour taste of what life is like behind these walls, it is expected that she will go into segregated population but we did get a look at women's ward if she chooses to go that route. kathleen kane was to roll role dice and choose to spend her time in general population she would live here for first month. this is u2, women's wing of the montgomery county corrections fat it is. in take area as it is called was cold, full of stainless steel