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bitter blast, several counties are under code blue and storm scan three shows us snow may be on the way for some of us. a fallen hero is laid to rest, and fire fighters remember a collogue who dedicated her life to saving others. and, back home again, the south jersey native who helped make donald trump presidency gets a holiday home coming. the it is sunday december 11th, good morning i'm rahel solomon lets go out the door and check on the forecast with meteorologist justin drabick. they will probably get a kick of the forecast. >> it is cold, snow and ice
for parts of the region. >> yes. >> it can be icy. >> snow is better than freezing rain and ice you cannot walk. >> nuisance for everybody. >> yes, that is mainly later tonight for areas in the city but it is cold. last year december was mild. no the this year. cold pattern for next week or two heading toward middle of the month, weather fans love this forecast coming up. it gets colder by next week. we will talk about it. chilly temperatures still below freezing, and it stays pretty quiet, with the cloudy conditions and 0 degrees at the airport. calm wind, that is good. we don't have harsh wind chills. reading, allentown, 17 this mount pocono and cranking out snow at ski resorts and ideal snow making conditions. they will get snarl know in here later tonight. the winter wet ther advisory for this afternoon and monday morning for areas north of the city to the poconos. areas in the advisory, best chance to see some light, snow and freezing rain. there could even be light snow and ice accumulations in the northwestern suburbs. you go up to northern bucks,
montgomery, chester, lehigh valley, light icing later tonight before change over to all rain, and then two to 4 inches of snow potentially in the mountains. folks showing up on radar a lot of that not reaching ground, air is dry, we will get steady i heavier precipitation in here later tonight. again, tonight is main event. to take mainly dry, mostly cloudy, cold, 38, near 40 at the shore. twenty's in the poconos with some snow showers. eagles forecast, then dry, conditions during the game just cold, clouds, temperatures hanging out in the mid 30's throughout the game, south breeze at five to ten. we will talk about that next arctic blast in the seven day in the next few more minutes, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, justin see you soon. philadelphia region is adding a few extra layers. the bone chilling temperatures continue to linker. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live on kelly drive and cherri, despite these temperatures you are still seeing runners out there. >> reporter: yes, good morning, rahel. those runners are extremely
dedicated, mostly this is just a part of their routine, and they are not going to let 30 plus degree temperatures stop them from doing that. instead, what they are doggies just simply coming out prepared, and like myself they are wearing gloves, they are wearing layers. i have on several layers under my jacket, including a fleece, a sweater, another fleece, and you have on scarves, many of the runners i have seen have on hats and thick socks as he will. look at the video we shot earlier this morning, people were rowing along the river, you saw ducks, people running with bikers outs here, all enjoying this brisk weather. it is perfect for any type of brisk activity where you are running and working up a sweat but most of the folks that i have talk to, who are most dedicated runners say that this weather is nothing compared to what they have dealt with in years past. >> with the polar vortex, you
know, you can go outside but you have to layer up, dress appropriate thely. >> reporter: this is nothing to you. >> it is not too bad. it is not even wind i. >> reporter: the fact that it is not even windy means i don't to have wear a hat the today and rahel, my hair is staying this place, and you probably have been out here you know what it is like when it is extremely windy but it is a code blue in our area in camden county, montgomery county, here in philadelphia. if you do see someone on the streets, please call the authorities, but in the meantime, just be prepared when you do come out and keep that chill from hitting those bones, live, on kelly drive, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> cherri, you said it. i know those days as well but lou good out there, thank you. new this morning an electrical issue at the this south philadelphia peco station brought out fire and hazmat cruises. peco services center on the 800 block of schuylkill avenue. on arrival crews determine it wases not a hazmat situation but just an electrical issue
with light smoke placed under control with no injuries no word on what caused it. now no one was hurt after a fire at this south philadelphia oil refinery, fire crews respond to philadelphia energy solutions just before 11:00 last night. there they found heavy fire and lots of smokestacks. that was under control in less than an hour no word on how this started, but on its web site refinery slain to be one of the largest of its kind on the eastern seaboard. man is in stable condition, after being the shot and north philadelphia it happened around 2:00 a.m. on the 1400 block of north sidenham street. someone shot a 31 year-old man twice in the leg and still no arrests or suspect descriptions. woman behind president-elect trump's victory returned to her native south jersey. kelly ann conway was grand marshall of the hammington christmas parade. al sand that hoff was there. >> reporter: conway says she has not decided whether she will continue on with donald trump in the west wing or opt
to spend more time at home. her family was with her along the parade route. >> reporter: despite evening's guest of honor being powerhouse campaign manager behind donald trump's presidential victory event organizers say hammington's annual holiday parade was non-political. nothing more than just that, a holiday parade. >> we would have come anyway. >> reporter: sub freezing temperatures did nothing to stop a large crowd from lining the downtown route. along with hammington's 150th birthday celebration it was also a home coming for the town's special guest. kelly ann conway made u.s. history becoming first female presidential campaign manager to lead a winning campaign. conway, known in these parts as kelly ann fitzpatrick grew up in hammington working on a blueberry field in the summer and attending st. joseph's high school. >> she's a hometown hero, i guess. she has done a great job. we're proud of her. >> reporter: ladies and gentlemen, after eight years would i ask you to pray for our outing president and vice-president. i would also ask you to pray
for our new president and vice-president. >> reporter: of course, very important question needed to be asked. >> i just want to know blueberry fields or political field which is more challenging. >> blueberry field is where i learn about hand to hand combat. >> reporter: protesters were expect but just a handful turnout with signs. making this holiday celebration, primarily, just that. in speaking with reporters conway said she feels like donald trump encouraged woman like herself to take a active role in politics. she commanded hillary clinton for becoming the first female candidate to a major party. reporting from hammington, alexandria hoff for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". president-elect trump is apparently closer to choosing his secretary of state, rex tillerson, chairman, ceo of exxon mobile has emerged as a distinct front runner. he is a support are on free trade and expansive u.s.
presence in the middle east. mr. trump met with tillerson at trump tower saturday morning and an announcement could come in the next few days. philadelphia assistant solicitor duncan lloyd will not be charged in connection with the anti donald trump vandalism incident this chestnut hill. he will be able to keep his city job, last month lloyd was reportedly captured on video, holding a glass of wine and taking photos as another man spray painted an obscenity and then trump on the wall of the grocery store. lloyd has been on the two week leave, without pays and must complete 40 hours of community services. in delaware, wilmington paused to honor another fallen hero, fire fighters gathered for funeral of lieutenant ardythe hope, she was promoted posthumously after battling severe burns for more than two months. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan has story from the chase center. >> reporter: it is beat of the trum, and melody of pipes that let us know someone great has passed away. after 68 days, battling to
survive severe burns, senior wilmington fire fighter ardythe hope was laid to rest during a funeral at chase center saturday afternoon. she's a third to die from the september rehome fire, that also claimed the lives of captain christopher leach, and lieutenant jerry fickes as well as severely injuring brad speakman. >> september 24th my world was rock, two fire fighters down and several fire fighters rushed to area hospitals. significant turning point for not only me but entire wilmington fire department as city as a whole. >> reporter: anthony good promoted hope to the rank of lieutenant making her the first african-american female officer. >> the deaths are as a result of the floor collapse in the fire, beatrice fana ruiz of wilmington has been charged with murder for allegedly setting the deadly blaze among those offering condolences to all of the victim families, vice-president joe biden. >> she lives this every heart of are fire fighter whoever answered the call and we owe you, the family, beyond anything that we can ever repay you.
>> reporter: hope was a single mother and planned to retire from fire fighting in january to be a nurse, and provide a better life for her three daughters. >> aerial, alexis and i are glad we got to spend the time we did with her and make memories that we d mom will forever live on in the three of us and we can think of no better privilege. >> reporter: that digs took promoted to the rank of lieutenant, hope was given local, national medals of honor and valor, explanation points on a 23 year career, and a lifetime of service. in wilmington i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". in new jersey state troopers will gather tomorrow for funeral of fellow trooper frankie williams, it is at noon at boardwalk hall in atlantic city. trooper williams was responding to a call of the eradic driver last monday when lloyd rudly's car crossed center median slamming head on in the trooper's car. new jersey governor chris christie has ordered all flags to fly at half staff tomorrow in memory of trooper williams.
upper darby police continue their search for gunman who shot two people, and it happened around 5:00 yesterday evening in front of the store on the 5700 block of market street. police say gunman wearing a mask shot the victim in the chest, and then that victim is in critical condition. gunman also shot another man in the leg. there is still much more to cover on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" twin bombings after a soccer match in turkey targeted police killing dozens of officers, find out who authorities say are responsible. the face is not familiar but he has same name as former president, and we will tell you how his election to the u.s. senate is the edge to the g.o.p., justin. good sunday morning, everyone, a lot of cold air in lays work storm system approaching and we are tracking snow and ice. i'll let you know who sees
we have a pair of bombings in turkey. two car bombs exploded near a soccer stadium in the istanbuul. it killed 30 people, 155 people are also injured. authorities say the attackers targeted a bus targeting riot police. ten people are under arrest. authorities blamed the outlaw part which is behind a decade long insurgency. crews plan to resume their search for a missing skier after an avalanche at a resort in reno, nevada. two men were skiing in the the closed area of mount rose when one of them was swept by wall of snow. search efforts were called off saturday afternoon because of dangerous conditions. members of the public can pay their respects at john glenn at ohio's capitol building on friday. former astronaut, combat pilot and u.s. senator will lie
there, eight hours in the state house rotunda. public service at yes state is scheduled for this saturday. event is opened to the public but tickets are required. glenn, last of the original seven mercury astronauts died thursday. he was 95. and, he is a kennedy but not one of of those kennedy's this one is a republican. louisiana state treasurer john kennedy is going to washington. in a run off, voters have pick him to fill state's open u.s. senate seat giving the g.o.p., and, and republicans david bit der not seek reelection. he was a trent runner the entire time to defeat democrat foster campbell. turning now to politics to the weather, it is cold outside. >> it is cold outside. tomorrow is the warmest day, close to 50. >> so we have consistency to look forward to. >> yes. >> little rain, to deal with, and it gets cold if to you like cold, you'll love this forecast. >> if you don't like cold. >> you have to deal with it. >> yes. >> yes. >> it will happen at some point, we will be seeing
natural snow, part of the region but we have manmade stuff, flying here up in the poconos, all ski resorts taking advantage of this good pattern in here. cold, dry is what you want, to manufacture snow. snow guns looking good there putting down a good base, big boulder and jack frost, boulder is open, frost is not but they will reopen real soon with these ideal snow headaching conditions. make two to 4 inches of snow in the poconos later on tonight. it is cold enough to support that snow. seventeen in mount pocono. dew point temperatures very low so that is what you want to get that snow, that snow gun is really working. twenty-six in allentown and reading. thirty in philadelphia struggling to get near freezing. is there milder air to the south and west, st. louis at 43. freezing in lexington right now. storm system that will eventually bring some milder air in here but ahead of it it will be a little snow and freezing rain for the area but still a lot of cold air coming back into canada for second half of the week. check this out, 46, it the is where we should this be time of the year. today that is not happening.
we will struggle to get to the mid to upper 30's if we're lucky. tomorrow, slightly above average close to 50 but by end of the week, another shot of arctic air colder then what we are dealing with right now. we will struggle to get to freezing in the afternoon temperatures. ban of light snow breaking out ohio valley, trying to move into central pennsylvania. after a very dry, so this is evaporating before reaching a ground. we could get light snow showers in here this afternoon north of the city, not amounting to anything. precipitation will start to fill in, over the ohio valley, later on today. that moves in here tonight. that is the main event that we will watch. and then the potential for late tonight into early monday morning, poconos, two to 4 inches of snow. then freezing rain. there could be light ice accumulation in the mountains overnight. berks, lehigh veil, we will see snow. maybe up to an this much, before that change over to freezing rain, late tonight, and then eventually all rain, as we warm things up, even in the northwestern suburbs. we will get into bucks, montgomery county, northern chester county, and light snow, change to go freezing rain and all rain. there called could be a minor
ice accumulation but it does not take much to cause problems. this is mainly late tonight and early monday morning. philadelphia south and east it stays all rain. check it out. not a whole lot happening this afternoon. dry, cloudy, couple light snow showers. here comes the steady precipitation overnight. 2:00 a.m. monday, you can see the rain from the city on southward, and then, again in the snow, northern bucks, montgomery, lehigh valley, freezing rain in there mixed in and then we will get that warmer air pushing in. even in the poconos, we will see change over to all rain and eventually early monday morning, so monday morning's commute should be mainly rain with temperatures above freezing. that is good news there. that rain out of here by monday afternoon. you can see snow accumulation potential, well north of the city, you can get into northern chester, and montgomery, bucks county, a little bit of a coating possibly a inch in the least high valley and potentially two to four or 5 inches of snow in the mountains. temperatures today, we're staying in the 30's all day long and then they will slow liz climb, 4:00 a.m. close to 40 degrees. temperatures keep rising
through the morning on monday to top off to lower 50's south of the city. it is a warm afternoon monday. we will call that warm. but by end of the the week jet stream takes another dive southward, we're talking about the coldest air we have had since last february. much colder then what we're dealing with right now. today mostly cloudy, light snow showers possible, for the north, 38 for the high temperature, and then tonight we have rain developing around the city, freezing rain to the north, 36 for the low, temperatures are on the rise, and morning rain, for monday, and tuesday, we're dry, back to the 40's, maybe a snow shower and late wednesday, and then that cold arctic air moving for the end of the week. the highs only near 30 on thursday, sat the daze we will watch a storm could start as snow change to go rain. rahel, back to you it is bad when we only have 50 to look forward to and it is raining. >> crazy justin, thank you. >> time is 8:19. lets check back with amanda muhler in the cbs-3 traffic center to see how those roads are looking, good morning, a manned. we have had a relatively clear morning up to this point but some accidents are starting to pop up around the
area we have an accident on the boulevard's outer drive southbound at harbison avenue. so be ready for some delays there we also have a road closure on butler pike between ridge pike and cedar grove road, that is due to down wires, and your alternate there is going to be north lane. we're still following an earlier incident in new jersey on the atlantic city vest waste westbound on the ramp from the black horse pike, all lanes are blocked there due to down wires, from an earlier incident. crews are on the scene right now making repairs so you will want to avoid that area taking a last look at the vine right now, fortunately most of the the roadways are looking just as clear including your majors at 202, 30, 76, bridges in and out of the city. cbs-3 traffic center i'm amanda muhler now rahel, back to you. alarming statistics now about not getting enough sleep before you hit the road. triple a says one in five fatal crashes involved droughting driving and enemiesing a little sleep can put you at risk of nodding off behind the wheel. a tired driver can dose off quickly as seen in dashboard
videos like this. in this one the driver drifts in, rear end another car. for karen roberts falling asleep at the wheel ended much worse. >> all it takes is a second and you just nod off. >> reporter: 1988, roberts was a 21 year-old nurse working a double shift on christmas night. on the way home she dozed off and smashed into another vehicle. other driver had minor injuries but roberts was in the hospital for two months, with a traumatic brain injury. >> hey todd learn to walk, talk, feed myself, and dress myself and everything. >> reporter: you this report from triple a says drivers who missed between one to two hours of the recommended seven hours of sleep a night, nearly double their risk for a crash. triple a jane nelson says, one in three americans admit to driving when they have had a hard time keeping their eyes opened. >> we have earned only four to five hours of sleep in a night, odd of getting in a car crash are the same as driving illegal liz drunk due to alcohol. >> that is why i'm here today
because i want to share my story, and to let you know that you guys can learn from mistakes. >> reporter: roberts still suffers from double vision and headaches but considers herself lucky, because her mistake could have been deadly. triple a says taking naps can help retuesday your risk of becoming drowsy behind the wheel. if you are taking a long trip take a break every two hours. "eyewitness news" will be right back with a preview this sunday morning of an actor generating oscar buz
vigo north even son made his film debut in witness. since then his role this is lord of the rings thrilling has made him an international star. the tracie smith has a preview of the interview you will see a little later on cbs this sunday morning. >> i can avoid being seen to i wish but it is a rare test. >> who are you. >> where are you taking us.
>> into the wild. >> watching his bold heroics in the lord of the rings thrilling is clear the camera loves vigo north even son. >> but, the soft spoken actor isn't so sure whether the feeling is mutual. >> the cameras is your friend but it is like this person that is there that doesn't talk but they have really good eye sight. >> yes. >> and you need to stay on your toes. he doesn't know how to keep a secret. but he is not afraid of you. >> but we together we build this world and we may share in the days. >> it has turned him into a respected movie star, with rolls ranging from blockbuster king. >> we will cut off his fingers. >> to art houseville and, with
some sparks along the way. but most recent, captain fantastic, finds him with a 28 year-old son playing a part that he says he is more comfortable with these days, a dad. >> what we have created here may be unique and all, but we created par dies. >> you fall in love with these six kids. >> yes. >> i mean they are beautiful. >> actor vigo, and the ordinary people and their extraordinary act of heroism. it is this sunday morning right here at 9:00 a.m. on cbs-3. in the next half an hour of "eyewitness news" this man, this man, may be president-elect trump's choice for cabinet level job, find out host is and which position he is up for. the green part a weights a judge's ruling honorary count of pennsylvania's presidential election, why time is running out on the decision.
in greek yogurt, intensely nourishes skin for 48 hours. aveeno®. naturally beautiful results®. it is sunday december 11th i'm rahel solomon. meteorologist justin drabick is outside on the sky deck with eyewitness weather and hard to tell what you are looking at but it is cold outside, and he does not like to wear a coat. i'm out here for one minute and i can feel the heat coming from the door. >> it burns your skin. >> fine, all right, i will say it. i'm a man, real man. >> oh, okay. >> to, just kidding. out here, long enough you need the coat.
temperatures are well below freezing. but good news, wind are calm and we have clouds there will be no sunshine. it will not help out things much with the temperatures. the most of the day stays dry. tonight we will see a round of wintry weather returning for parts of the region. we have 26 in allentown and reading. thirty's in philadelphia at this hour. we will slowly climb above freezing over next few hours. winter wet ther advisory initial to effect through early monday morning for areas north of the city, through poconos, those locations in the advisory that will sees light snow and freezing rain. so in the northwestern suburbs, bucks, montgomery, chester, lehigh valley, light snow, ice accumulations possible late tonight, and then all it takes is ice on the road to sauce some problems. best snowfall accumulations in the poconos two to 4 inches of snow. eventually everybody will see a change over to all rain, as temperatures warm up, early on monday morning. so, light snow shows up on radar to our west over the lower susquehanna valley near baltimore as well and a lot of this not reaching the ground but we could get a few stay
snow showers in the afternoon, not amounting to anything. it is dry, temperatures in the 30's and 20's, and for the most part upper 20's in the poconos. better chance for some snow showers there eagles game, yeah, it will be a cold one there. temperatures hanging through the 309's throughout the entire day with clouds, but at least it stays dry with the light wind, if you like it cold, i got an even colder temperatures coming up in the seven daze forecast and we will talk about that in a few more minutes, rahel, back over to you. >> thanks, justin. justin just mentioned bitter cold temperatures will continue this morning. right now in the city just 31 degrees. needless to to say a lot of people will be putting on extra layers before going outside. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live on kelly drive, right now braving the cold weather and cherri, you said some determined runners, not letting the weather stop them at all. >> reporter: good morning. they are not letting this chilly temperature stop their show. this is a routine for many of them, and they run, whether it the is cold, whether it is hot, whether it is raining, snowing, you have it, they are
out here, and so they simply prepared themselves. i mean, if you stand still long enough, the cold really seeps this and you can feel it at your bones but as long as you keep moving it is not so bad. but lets take a look at what we shot this morning on our cameras, and we had folks, rowing on the water, we have folks running. people were on their bikes. they are not letting 309 plus degree temperature stop their athletic retreats this morning. so, i say, because all of that is part of what they do and they simply layer it up. i spoke to dale rotbard who said he came out here prepared because this is something he does every single day. >> i got two pair of gloves on, i have got a heavy sweat shirt, sweat pants, i have a heavy jacket on. >> reporter: i did the same exact thing, rahel. i have on long underwear, i have on a t-shirt, sweater,
turtle neck, i have a fleece, as well as a lined jacket, with a shell. so all of that is, as well as gloves, thick socks, prepares you you for that bone chilling temperatures, that you feel but the if news is, there is not a lot of wind and so your hair can stay in place, which is a wonderful thing when do you what we both do, live on kelly drive, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> very good point, we can see behind in the distance some bikers and runners. the as you said they are certainly out there not letting it stop them. thank you. president-elect trump continues his thank i tour this week visiting states he won this is election. he will be in wisconsin tuesday night and hershey, pennsylvania on thursday. as wendy gilette reports, the president-elect is getting much closer to choosing a secretary of state. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump's transition team is disputing an intelligence assessment that russia tried to influence the u.s. presidential election, and get mr. trump elected. the news was first reported friday that it by the
washington post, after the cia shared secret assessment with a group of u.s. senators. the transition team released a statement saying these are same people that said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction, the election ended aids long time ago. >> the transition team and trump himself are going to view this through a partisans lens of regardless of the results and will say this is an attempt to delegalityized his win. >> reporter: saturday mr. trump met with rex tillerson for the second time. cbs news has learned that tillersonnies mr. trump's top can tait for secretary have of state. >> he is a great man, we will see what happens. >> reporter: an announcement could come as early as next week. >> president-elect left his home here in trump tower early saturday afternoon for downtime to enjoy one of the country's college football rivalries. the president-elect sat for part of the army/navy game in the box of the west point graduate david urban. he also spent time in the box of the least tired marine lt.
col. oliver thort an anapolis graduate. he gave an interview to cbs sports. >> i just love the armed forces, love the folks. the spirit is so incredible. >> reporter: mr. trump said he was neutral on the outcome of the game. wendy gilette for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". back here at home, starting to day septa has made changes to the regional rail schedule, the transit agency says the changes are part of an overall improvement to the regional rail system. septa is also add just continuing weekday train schedules. we have posted the schedule on our web site at cbs philly.com. the push for a stayed wide recount in pennsylvania will be in the hand of the federal judge in philadelphia tomorrow. jill stein's green party wants to determine if election computers were hacked, attorneys for the trump campaign, however say that stein lacks evidence the of tampering. states must certify they're lex results by tuesday. youngsters are getting what they want this holiday season thanks to the generosity of the the community, and those who protect and serve. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh went along on the
shopping spree in chester county. >> reporter: with sirens blaring dozens of coatsville area police officers swarmed the parkesburg wal-mart on saturday morning. but this was no ordinary scene. >> big high five, all right. >> look at that. >> it was 14th annual shop with a cop event. >> thanks to generous donations and fun raising over past year coatsville police and their partners were able to shop with 78 disadvantaged children buying them each $125 worth of christmas gifts. >> in total with public safety group raised $16,000 to help sponsor the event. and any left over money goes to the organization coatsville kids to college. >> i just tear up talking about it because it means so much to us. there have been children that they don't even have food at home and some of them wanted to shop for groceries. >> reporter: not so for fourth grader ariana jackson who pick
out a emoji backrest. >> i have 99 on my bed and thinks 100th. >> reporter: but she didn't stop there. >> this is for my mom. this is for my niece because i love her. >> reporter: is this it. corporal paul helped seven year-old dougie jacks find both items on his wish list. smart watch and very specific red helicopter. >> it can fly or it can drive. >> reporter: while santa elves were wrapping gifts children pick out it was clear dougie has heart for others too. >> by something for your daughter. >> reporter: more than just christmas gifts dougie found something else. when did you want to become a cop, when did you decide that. >> just right now. cops are my favorite. because they save peoples life. >> reporter: moments like these that make the job even more rewarding for sergeant robert arlist. >> would i like to add $10,000 to double this next year. >> in parkesburg, anita oh for
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face the nation will be coming your way later this morning at 10:30 here on cbs 36789 joining with us a preview live there washington is moderator and cbs news political director john dickerson, good morning. >> good morning, rahel. this morning, the conversation will be about russian attempt toss influence the east lex. intelligence officials believe now there is more new reports that the russians tried to influence the election to help donald trump. we will talk to senator john mccain pushing for a congressional investigation of that idea. donald trump is quite skeptical, he thinks it is not the true and he has argued that the intelligent agencies are incorrect and we will talk to kelly ann conway his top aid about what mr. trump believes and what they think is behind these reports.
we will also talk to bernie sanders, senator from vermont not only about russian influence but early picks in the the trump administration for those top posts and how democrats will respond and reconstitution themselves, while the democratic party is, in the moment for searching. we have a conversation, for tim colt about police and african-american community. they are hit with two awful incidents last year and senator scott give us his reflections on how to build relationships between the community and police and then rahel, as always we will have our round table with reporters, to talk about, the weeks events, what is important and what we should be paying attention to next week. >> thanks, john, we will be watching. when you're making your list checking it twice, chances are, it may include you some clothes, tech gadgets and tools but what about a house. mary malone explains why the
holiday may be a good time to look for a new home. >> reporter: tree is trim, shopping list is made but one accessory you may want in your yard a for sale sign. >> it is actually the least stressful time to sell a house and that is because buyers that are out there in existing on the market right now are mandatory buyers. we don't have a lot of looky lous, shoppers, you don't have people who are hobby in the real estate market. >> reporter: serious about selling decorate your house for holidays but don't go too far. >> who will taste, holiday decorations and lighting all fantastic ideas for sellers this time of the year but really take advantage of it, take advantage of the dark, light your house up, like chevy chase. >> clark, clark. >> i think i know what is wrong. >> maybe not that much. in the market, for a new place use wintry weather, to your advantage, to check out leaks and potential wear and tear. don't wait too long once you
find that perfect place, especially if the the price is right. >> i'm mary malone. >> yeah, maybe not that much. cbs-3 joy of tearing toy fest is underway and you can be part to help area families. just, bring a new unwrapped toy to any of our partner locations, or you can join us at our toy fest events. today we are collecting toys at 11:00 a.m. at 94 wip tailgate zone the at wells fargo center and if you head down say hello to our meisha johnson she will be there as well, or also tonight at 6:00 head to the 96.5-amp radio let it snow show at bb and t pavilion. find out more details at cbs philly.com/toy fest. still to come on "eyewitness news" this morning is there a chill in the air, so those dress in layers. justin drabick's eyewitness weather just minutes away. >> it was very hard. i could not talk. if i wanted to go anywhere without using a wheelchair. >> now this bucks county woman
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we have a good start to your sunday weather-wise cold but quiet throughout the day. tonighttive represent story as we have seen in our next storm system bringing around on snow and ice to parts of the region. temperatures well below freezing, that cold arctic air sticking around and then starts to lift out of here later tonight. weather watchers in the backyard still reporting temperatures at or well below freezing in a lot of locations. we will head north and west to the city, michael riley's house overcast sky, 26 degrees in sanatoga and we will head out west of the city to downingtown, dawn, she's also 26 degrees under mostly cloudy skies, hospital -- hopped over the river in new jersey, 26 degrees. the good news is win is calm
but heading outside we need heavier coat and gloves especially staying outside for an extended period of time. pretty quiet. we will go to the shore where we are seeing overcast skies, live look at ocean city, and we do not have that. right to storm scan three and you can see clouds overtaking the region. we have had a few peaks of sun behind this morning but you can see light snow showing up to our south and west. some of this isn't reaching the ground, probably lower susquehanna valley, york county, pennsylvania, a lot of the snow still east van rating very light stuff. main event is not until late are tonight. precipitation is filling in the ohio valley later today. still enough cold air initially to support some snow, even freezing rain. into this afternoon, just light snow showers mainly north of the city, not amounting to anything but later tonight as we head toward midnight light snow, treeing rain develops, north and west, don't go too far north, rain for city and areas south and east but by early
monday morning temperatures will rise. everybody just sees plane rain and then comes to an end by late monday morning. it will be a mild day thomas temperatures make a run at near 50 degrees. it is high pressure over us right now locking in the cold air. we have cloudy skies, moving in, and here's that steady precipitation moving in overnight 1:00 a.m. you cane steady rain around philadelphia, just to the north, treeing rain, and even some snow and then changing over to all rain up in the poconos. by early monday afternoon we are dry, clouds break up a little bit, cold trent moves through, we will bring in colder air for middle of the week as far as next arctic air mass arrives for second half of the upcoming workweek. snowfall amounts, you have to go far north northern bucks or montgomery county maybe a coating. an inch this is lehigh valley. poconos could see two or three or four or 5 inches of snow depending on how quickly that warm air returns before it changing over to all rain. ice amounts, that is where we will to watch, especially in the poconos, lehigh valley,
less than a tenth of an this much but doesn't take much for light ice accumulation to cause problems. we will see that ice probably as far south as northern chester and montgomery and bucks county as well. so take it easy travel late tonight, very early on monday morning. but by rush hour temperatures should be well above freezing every where, stuck in the 30's, today, that is it, well below average, 10 degrees below average and then tonight 3:00 a.m. or so temperatures will start rising and warm front moves through. that is why we will get a change over by 7:00 a.m. poconos above freezing. we are seeing all rain for monday morning's commute, that is a good thing. monday afternoon near 50 degrees, maybe some lower and mid 50's south of the city, enjoy that because it all comes to an end by mid of the week. and then on thursday we will get another strong cold trent moving through. this is arctic blast number one, even colder then one we are dealing with right now. ten to 15 degrees below average. we will struggle to get to near freezing for afternoon temperatures by end of neck week. eight the high today. mostly cloudy. light snow.
showers, maybe to the north of the city and then again not amounting to anything. it is tonight we will see that rain arriving from the city, freezing rain north and west, 36 for the low and here's that extended forecast, 50 tomorrow. morning rain, and snow shower possible wednesday, and that cold air returns, and look at thursday and friday lower 30's, next saturday could be another storm, maybe starting off as snow, change over to rain, rahel, back over to you. >> wait a minute i just need to confirm, what i heard, the next one will be colder then what we're feeling. >> yes. >> okay, all right. >> i dread being around you next week. >> yes, pretty much. all right. justin, thank you. 8:50. amanda muhler in the cbs-3 traffic center and hopefully amanda has better news. good morning. >> good morning. we have good news, we are still looking relatively good out there this morning. we have one accident on the boulevard outer drive southbound at harbison avenue. be ready for some delays there. we have a road closure on butler pike between ridge pike and cedar grove road due to some down wires, your
alternate there is north lane. checking out mass transit, everything is running on schedule this morning, however, if you are a regular regional rail as eveninger check your scheduled for upcoming week. today septa implementing new schedules for those lines. if you want more information on those changes visit us at cbs philly.com. at cbs-3 traffic center i'm amanda muhler now back to you. and this holiday season brings a special kind of medical gift on the cbs-3 healthwatch, operation walk, offers free surgeries in bucks county for patient whose can't afford them. "eyewitness news" reporter stephanie stahl talked to one of the grateful patients. >> reporter: day after hip replacement surgery rose ann swaine is taking the first steps of her new life, pain free. >> i never thought anything like this would ever happen with me, never. >> reporter: rose ann is 57 and lives in tulleytown with her husband, had degenerative arthritis in her hipps. >> it was just very hard, i could not walk, if i wanted to go anywhere we had to use a
wheelchair. >> reporter: doctors say hip replacement was the only solution but with no insurance, rose ann could not afford the operation. >> you don't have insurance and nobody wants to help you or take care of you. >> reporter: except if you are lucky enough to be accepted for operation walk, 80 patients like rose ann around the country get free joint replacement surgeries. >> it hads been a wonderful experience. >> reporter: monica ectheart says the medical center says donating surgeries for two patient that is would normally cost about $40,000. >> it is part of the mission to give to our community, and the gift of mobility what more could you give somebody. >> this project is the best blessing anybody could ever have. >> i feel like i got a second chance of life. >> i did get a second chance of life. >> reporter: now with her parents rose ann is planning a big, christmas celebration with the spirit of the season giving having special meaning. >> gratitude is beyond, beyond. this is the biggest, biggest who will take christmas
whatever gift, thank you, blessing all in one. >> reporter: thinks st. mary's first year in participating in operation walk, their searches is among 40 nationwide, donating their services. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewi wow, she's sure making a splash in that designer dress! and with a thicker, more fabulous formula, she's not splashing. you can wear anything and pour bleach. and her whiter whites, just dazzling. clorox splash-less bleach. also try crystals and packs.
reports, it was all about ugly sweaters and friendly competition. >> reporter: some interior design students at more more college of art andesine broke in three groups in the beginning are bread style competition. seniors, creating independence hall, juniors frank lloyd wright organic modern house, complete with balconies and first year students, a mansion. capped i and cookies were utilized, walls incorporating graham crackers, wait, where is ginger bread. >> they don't have time to break beginning are bread so we are using graham crackers. >> each armed with the strategy and ugly sweat tore psyched out their competition. i noticed your strategy is different from the other two tables. >> we are assembly, putting everything down on the decorations down and build up on there. so gravity toss than the to its job and pull everything down. >> reporter: this isn't just any ginger bread style building competition these guys have schematics, complete with floor plans and elevations. >> yes. >> these are not edible. >> i would think not by the
time hot glue dries i don't think it will be edible. >> reporter: college president, right here says they are toe nateing houses to the senior citizen neighbors living in the facility across the street. >> we're being good neighbors. they are seniors who live in their units there and they have a tab lust ram in the lobby. >> reporter: put a smile on their face. >> yes, smile for everyone during the holidays. >> reporter: it was close but winning team the juniors with frank lloyd wright water house. john mcdevitt for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> very cool. and that is "eyewitness news" for now, we may be signing off but we are always on line and sunday morning is next, have a great day, stay warm.
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