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right after this. it's 4: 29, now 4:30, 34 degrees on friday february 5 following two big stories. one day after temperatures 5- inches of snow possible today. >> two police officers in the line of duty one suspect is dead the other being questioned by police. >> good morning i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. we want to start with the weather. >> the system changes over to snow and is going to stay that way. >> we have eye on the storm team coverage checking conditions but first john elliot has the forecast. >> hey hi everybody.
for more of the area minute by minute as you see the filter air come in and take over in the city right now. still light roadways here and to the west. that's the pattern and the concern this morning, 34 degrees. every now and then we'll see a lingering pocket of rain and the snow is going to win and the cold being pulled down and the northeast wind as ewell. the darker blue, central sussex where we do see more significant totals between now and 7:00 a.m. and 7 to 10 when we likely see the heaviest snow east of the city and i know that's key commuting time and 10-1 is when the snow tapers off and it's going to wrap up again. 4-6-inches possible. that dark purple is where you are going to see the big totals
>> yes john. we have speed restrictions in place because of the weather. lungeing construction the bayonne bridge closed for another half hour. you want to stick with the gothels bridge. also in jersey city that covered roadway is closed between jersey and tunnel avenue. 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the delaware memorial bridge and interchange 12. poor road conditions limited visibility through the area and now a speed restriction of 45 miles per hour on then state parkway in both directions between 102 and 145. salting operations are under way as the rain turns into a snowy mix. alternate sides suspended but meter rules still apply. don't text and drive. over to you. >> thank you. let's head out to nassau county.
live from the lirr station there. >> so far so good. hopefully that continues as the morning commute continues but workers have started clearing a little bit of snow that started to fall here off the steps leading to the over pass here. if we swing around evan you can seep the tracks just a slight bit of accumulation here. trains have been going back and forth all morning. everything is on or close to schedule across the board. it was a rough commute last night and the weather was not like this. there were signal problems that caused delays and cancellations during the evening rush so with this weather of course a lot of train riders are waking up this morning. hopefully it's a better commute for them as i mentioned. everything so far is on or close to schedule right now. andrea grymes cbs 2 news. >> thanks so much. snow really coming down now. checking conditions on the
>> ilana gold joins us live from the southern state parkway in nassau county this morning. good morning. >> chris right now heading east through bay shore and take a look at this. the snow is really coming down in the last few minutes conditions are getting much worse and visibility is becoming difficult as well. if you take a look at the roads you can see there is slight accumulation that could definitely get worse as the morning goes on. but the big concern is freezing. we've seen salt trucks out here but the temperature is dropping here on long island. the gauge here in mobile 2 says 31 degrees so slick conditions. again the big concern this morning, something to keep in mind when you are heading out today, signs over head warning all drivers to be alert. this could be a messy commute with slick conditions and accumulating wet heavy snow so if you are heading out today allow for some extra time, take it slow and be prepared.
morning ilana gold cbs 2 news. >> thank you. now to a developing story in the bronx. two nypd officers shot and recovering now. >> a gunman opened fire in the melrose houses in the south bronx last night. janelle burrell is live in motte haven where the officers are being treated. janelle? >> chris each of those officers was shot once both of them stable this morning at lincoln hospital but what we can tell you was a frightening chain of events the officers on patrol when the suspect opened fire. >> two officers shot at 320 east 154. >> police telling of the chaotic scene. gunfire erupting and officers shot, the suspects escaping. police quickly swarming the area. >> i just heard like a few very loud shots and i came running
helicopter was there right away. >> two nypd housing officers were struck. a 29-year-old male with a graze wound on his face and a female officer shot in the stomach requiring surgery. it began as a routine patrol in the houses on east 156th and courtland avenue. the officers asked the suspects for id and the shots were fired. >> three officers were conducting a vertical patrol in the 6th floor stair well area where they encountered two individuals one of whom produced the firearm and shot at our officers. the suspect then fled into an apartment on the 7th floor. >> responding officers got to the scene to find several people inside the apartment along with one of the suspects dead from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot wound. >> i saw a bunch of cops,
cops, people all over. everybody was wondering what happened. >> many of the nearly 3,000 residents who live in the melrose development were kept out of heir apartments as investigators searched the building looking for additional evidence. mayor diblazio praising their police work and the officers injured both of whom are expected to recover. >> it's another example of what our officers confront every single day keeping us safe not only on the streets of new york city but in the stair wells and hallways of public housing developments. >> again both officers with their families by their sides here at lunn con hospital this morning. the nypd not confirming their names or the names of the suspects but they have recovered a weapon. reporting live from the motte haven section of the bronx janelle burrell cbs 2 news.
the subways between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. that's when it took place. valerie spoke to the chief of transit. >> they'll go like this and say everything okay here is that right? okay have a good night. >> the nypd chief of transit joseph fox spoke exclusively to cbs 2 about how to stop crime. >> it's about rapid deployment, effective deployment and getting enough officers to minimize those things from >> wednesday night another passenger fell victim to an attack. this woman who doesn't want to be identified says she was jabbed in the arm with what she believes was a needle. she was on the r train when a stranger brushed up against her. >> it looked like a guy and i went back to looking at my phone and i felt the pain on the shoulder blade.
punctured. >> half of all transit crime happens when victims doze off on the train. >> i fall asleep all the time. >> our message is to be aware of our surroundings and sound asleep. difference. >> what do you say to passengers who have never seen an officer on the platform or the train. >> i'm not sure how somebody could ride the trains every day and not see a police officer. >> chief fox says in addition to the resources people will see there are resources that they won't. more officers wearing plainclothes will be patrolling the stations. reporting on the 7 train in queens valerie castro cbs 2 news. >> this just in police released surveillance video of the suspect in the r train attack a white male 40 years old six feet tall weighing 250 pounds
hair and glasses. a man and how he was caught. also this morning will will be no vote on revamping the horse carriage industry. we hear from both sides. >> with super bowl sunday comes hang over monday but how many people scup work. we'll take a look at the numbers. >> we'll find out. your friday is going to be a challenge. it ends during the course of the day. question is how much?
john where do we stand right now? >> i'd rather drive through that than sleet because at least it's slushy but everybody has to slow down. you are going to see that change over as well. let's focus our weather watcher sampling to the east. matt has 36 in sheldon and it's coming down starting to whiten the grass because of readings close to 60. roadways hang onto that heat. elevated surfaces, grassy surfaces will whiten up quickly and then the change over. 34 in boeheimia. where is the snow? it's headed your way trust me. cooler readings where they would love to see the snow and they are not going to see the
let's see what's coming down. it all depends on where you are. this is our neighborhood. rain and snow back to rain and back to snow. all a function of temperatures mixing in the city. much of manhattan wet roadways in the bronx brooklyn and queens. it's going to be slippery to walk through and challenging to drive through. numbers again you look at these numbers they are critically cold enough now where you are going to see snow from start to finish. 33 in meriweatheric and dix hills. north port, huntington, more temperatures for you cooler in walden so it's a snow event for you further away from the moisture source so a coating to an inch or two.
it's a winter weather advisory but you are closer to the front and the low bringing the moisture in but everybody has to be mindful of winter driving conditions and this is the line. it's slow to move and starting to see that change back. that's what ray is talking about. the rain and snow and that's back and forth and that will happen. in the city with limited exception it is light snow, brighter banding into parts of central sussex where you see the bigger totals and flurries north and west. the front lingers through the morning and into the afternoon so a snowy start will give way to a better afternoon and tomorrow nice and cool and for the weekend nice numbers with major melting but please take it easy this morning. already some accidents right alex? >> that is the fear of snow you are spot on. if you are traveling this morning in plain view let's help you out.
at lie exit 46. no major delays but if this changes certainly we let you know. a live look at the george washington bridge still delay free but elevated roadways starting to see slick spots and possibility of black ice. speed restrictions in place. mass transit everything on or close to schedule currently. alternate side is suspended. meter rules still apply. and don't text and drive. back to you. here's a quick look at news this morning. two new york city police officers are recovering from bullet wounds after eight unearned gunman opened fire in the south bronx. one officer hit in the cheek and the other in the abdomen. the gunman ran into an apartment and shot himself to death. u.s. officials say they believe an explosion on board an airliner was caused by a bomb. the air bus made an emergency landing tuesday. 15 minutes after take off a
of the jet. one man was killed when he was sucked out of the plane. it was likely the work of a terror group. earth wind and fire founder maurice white died in his home in los angeles. the band toured for years without him. he suffered from parkinson's disease and was 74. investors will be eyeing the job's report which comes out at 8:30. yesterday the dow jones industrial rose 79 points, the nasdaq added 5 and s&p 500 brought in 3. thinking about calling in after the super bowl? 36-of managers think employees often call in sick or think of an excuse to skip work after the super bowl. 41% of people know someone who has done that. can you believe that mary?
with which some people will go? >> they call it hang over monday right? new this morning a brooklyn man is facing charges after police say he lost control of a drone and crashed it into the empire state building. it hit the 40th floor of the skyscraper and fell to a 35th floor landing. police say he asked the building security for his drone back. he faces several charges including reckless endangerment. >> not too bright. happening today new york city vote on a bill to raise their own pay and the other city top officials to $148,500 a year a 32% increase. >> but the council won't be voting on a bill to restrict the horse carriage industry after the collapse of an agreement. dick brennan reports. [cheering] >> they used to say you can't fight city hall and they are wrong.
for opponents of the horse carriage bill which collapsed before it came to a vote. >> it would have devastated me. i would have had to readjust. >> i would have to look for another job. >> the stunning reversal came just a day before setting to vote on legislation to move horse carriages to central park and limit the number of horses. >> they would cut 50% of horses and hurt our horses. >> members are not confident that it provides a viable future for their industry and they cannot support the horse carriage bill currently before the council. >> we had a good faith agreement with them worked on for many weeks and they didn't keep their agreement. simple as that. >> the mayor's office reached an agreement and the terms had not changed. >> a lot of people believe that it does not have sense to have horse carriages in the streets but having them in a park is a good idea.
size and banned peddie cabs from the southern section of central park. >> people are going to lose their job. we are here trying to make a living and survive in a difficult city. >> time now 4: 49. still to come a preview of movies hitting theaters this weekend. >> also parking may be easier to find in one community. we look at a plan to open up spots for residents. and another check on the 2s
and shine on. (kiss) the new electronic nail care system from amop\. live look on this friday morning. snow coming down and it will pile up, 4 to 6-inches today. residents in the town of hemstead could see more parking at train stations. town officials plan to dramatically increase resident only parking spots. if the plan is approved there
only spots in stations in bellmar. it's a 165% increase. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. good morning. >> good morning chris. this is our intersection on the west side. it's a wet roadway. that's okay for traction but down a degree from last hour. the north wind pulling in the cool air. winter is back in a big way this morning. locally significant snow particularly across parts of long island central sussex. the bulls eye weekend look much better. more snow monday into tuesday. wind chills make sure you are ready for that it's going to be a cold day so watch out for the snow and dress for the chill and factor in extra time. >> you are right. we are starting to see the wintery weather mix on the roads. in brooklyn there's an accident two lanes blocked at third avenue so do anticipate that
turnpike specifically 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the george washington bridge. poor conditions and limited visibility. also 45 miles per hour in both directions between exited 89 and the new york state line for salting operations under way. alternate side of the road rules suspended. 4: 54. in our next half hour a debate between hilary clinton and bernie sanders. >> also this morning george clooney one of the big stars back on the big screen this weekend. and heading back on the roads as some snow threatens to
it stars lily james and dr. who max. >> the romantic drama the choice is the latest nicholas sparks movie to come to the screen. the medical student who challenges his life style. >> one of the biggest stars in the world. >> actually that's george kroony starring in hail caesar the movie with josh browan channing tatum and scarlett johansen. >> nicholas sparks. >> i thought that was well done. >> so romantic. >> snow this morning. >> yes it's challenging this morning. >> so romantic. a traffic situation a disaster right? >> yes causing speed
>> also make sure you wear red for women heart issues today. >> 4: 57. get ready for a messy commute. eye on the storm team coverage ahead. where the storm is expected to hit the hardest. plus two police officers hospitalized after being shot in a bronx stair well. a live update coming up. and looking fabulous isn't just for the ladies. find out when men are doing to
we begin in 90 seconds. a developing story two nypd officers hospitalized after being shot in the broth and learning more about the moments after police say the suspect opened fire. but first we begin with our eye on the storm team coverage for friday february 5 a live look from mobile 2 on the southern state parkway in sussex county the wet snow starting to come down and stick to the roadways. >> cold air moving in turning rain into snow and making for a slippery commute. >> good morning i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. thanks for starting your morning with us. >> alex is watching your commute. >> but first john elliot has the latest on the storm's track.
wind shields these are big wet messy flakes so we are going to be dealing with very challenging conditions during the course of our morning. numbers they tell the story. 33 with light snow in the city. you know that change over continues for more of the area. winds are calm but predominant wind is out of the north the engine bringing in the cold air. starting to see banding through essex into bergen but that darker blue is going to lead to those higher more significant totals where you see the possibility of an excess of half a foot of snow so between now and 7:00 a.m. it's snow. rain does retreat even well to the east. 7 to 10 is the busiest period and i know that's the busiest commute time too. 10 to 1 we start to see it taper off and it's done by this afternoon. 4 to 6 plus again locally more in those areas where the band
2 to 4 in the city and a trace to two well north and west where it will be a snow event but further away from the moisture source so there's a lot of dynamics in this challenging friday morning and a lot of traffic dynamics too right alex? >> we are starting to see the effects of the mix on the roadways. we have an over turned tractor trailer blocking the lane on the eastbound side of route 78 exit 29 so that will effect your ride. also in new jersey the turnpike has a 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the george washington bridge due to poor road conditions. also seeing a 45 miles per hour speed restriction on the garden state parkway in both directions between exited 89 and the new york state line for salting operations that are under way and that limited visibility is starting to roll through the area. alternate side suspended and meter rules still in place. don't text and drive.
>> cbs ilana gold joins us live from the east southern state parkway in sussex county where the snow is beginning to stick. ilana? >> right now we are headed east through babylon and the conditions are getting much worse. it's been snowing continuously for the last hour and the visibility is difficult and on the roads the snow is starting to accumulate. a few minutes back we saw about a half inch of snow so far and noticed it is starting to stick as well so definitely some dangerous conditions out here this morning. we haven't noticed any drivers having any problems but we are having to drive fairly slow about 35 to 40 miles per hour on the highway because-- >> okay losing our signal there out on mobile 2 as you know it's a little rough in those conditions. long island could see half a foot of snow today.
a look at the morning commute. >> andrea grymes joins us live from the lirr station. >> good morning chris and mary. people who are getting ready to head out to their train platforms should know that so far everything is on or close to schedule. hopefully fingers crossed it remains that way for the rest of the morning. i'll step out of the way. there are workers here on the platforms and stairs salting and shoveling the small accumulation we have so far. there is as you can see a slight accumulation so far. after all it is february so people heading out do have a little bit of a mess to deal with kind of a rain snow mix here. last night there were signal issues that caused delays and cancellations during the evening rush eastbound and westbound last night so people, riders not happy last night. hoping that this morning's commute is a bit easier. again everything is on or close to schedule.
going here so far and we expect the platforms to get obviously more crowded as the hours go on this morning. for now nassau county andrea grymes cbs 2 news. >> thank you. stay with cbs 2 for continuing coverage of this winter storm throughout the morning. we will check back in with john and allen in just a moment for- -alex in just a moment for traffic and weather on the 2s. two new york city police officers recovering from bullet wounds this morning. >> the gunman shot dead by his own hand. janelle burrell is live where the officers are being treated. janelle? >> well chris, doctors say both officers are listed in stable condition this morning. their police family and relatives have been by their side throughout the night. each of those officers taking a single bullet from that armed suspect. >> two officers shot at 320
>> police telling of the chaotic scene, gunfire sending residents running from the melrose housing development around 8 thursday night. officers shot the suspects escaping and police swarming the area. >> i heard the shots and came running and the helicopter was there right away. >> two nypd housing officers were struck a 29-year-old male and 24-year-old female shot in the stomach requiring surgery. ben tucker says it began as a routine patrol in the melrose houses on east 156th and courtland avenue. the officers asked the suspects for id and then the shots were fired. >> three officers were conducting a vertical patrol in a sixth floor stair well area when they encountered two individuals one of whom produced a firearm and shot at our officers. the suspect then fled into an apartment on the 7th floor.
the scene to find several people inside the apartment along with one of the suspects dead from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot wound. >> when i come down all i see was a bunch of cops, helicopters all over the place, ambulance, more cops, people all over the corners. everybody was wondering what happened. >> many of the nearly 3,000 residents who live in the melrose development were kept out of their apartments as investigators searched the building looking for additional evidence. mayor diblazio praising police work and the officers injured both of whom are expected to recover. >> it's another example of what our officers confront every single day keeping us safe not only in the streets of new york city but in the stair wells and hallways of public housing developments. >> now this morning we are hearing from sources to cbs 2 that the names of the officers
esquat and diara cruz. as for the the suspect who died from the self-inflicted gunshot wounds the new york times is identifying him as 23-year-old malik of the bronx. they did recover a sawed-off shotgun from the scene. reporting live this morning from the motte haven section of the bronx janelle burrell cbs 2 news. >> thank you. happening today the new york city council votes on raising their own pay to $148,500 a year a 32% increase from their current $112,000. that's more than what was recommended on an advisory panel. it would come on new restrictions on outside income. still ahead how the mta is responding to a recent subway slashing. we have an exclusive interview with the chief of transit. plus this. >> instead of arguing let's talk about what we should do.
as hilary clinton and bernie sanders go head to head. >> and from rapid reporter wait until you hear what some of the questions snoop dog had for the super bowl players. >> wet roadways in the city but far more challenging to the east so get the snow brush ready. you are going to need it. a warmer coat and boots a good idea for the afternoon. traffic and weather on the 2s coming up. beyond natural grain free pet food is committed to truth on the label. it is always number one.
it's really picking up strength at this hour almost 5:12 on friday morning you can see the coating on the roads slippery and it's a mess out there so be really careful with the slick roads. mobile 2 on the roads for you and live team coverage as we bring in traffic and weather on the 2s. john? >> it's interesting when you watch that the entrance where it gets slippery and the exits too because the friction of the cars keep the roadways for the most part wet but it turns icy and then headaches to start and that will change and the bridges and over passes are the next ones to really get icy so you got to be smart. here in the city this is our corner right here 57th and 10 10th we know it well and you can tell that's a wet roadway and you can also see that is
it's light snow falling in our atmosphere right here. we are on the west side. it changes through the course of manhattan out into queens and the bronx it changes. brooklyn getting very messy as well. staten island you had the change over so slippery for you too. driveways, sidewalks first and roadways light snow in the park want to focus even further to the south sandy hook point pleasant into jackson. critically cold enough numbers it's snow for you your change over a little sooner right along the coast to tap in some of those more significant numbers and then cold enough readings for snow all the way out. tell you what still trying to hold onto some rain here. that's the last battle ground and you can see it right there. south shore every now and then a push of warm air. the pink, i don't like, because in through parts of orange, sullivan that's a little bit of sleet.
of nassau into beautiful oyster bay those are going to make those roadways very slippery as well so it's a challenging morning with this give and take your proximity to the ocean giving you more rain but that will change as well and again that's an hour's worth of data so you see the change under way. that makes for just slippery conditions all around the area. future cast let's time it out for you. set your clock and then let's watch the clock between now and say 8:00 we see more snow for more of the area. darker blues indicating heavier more significant bands. that's why we see the bigger totals to the east of the city and it's light snow. in fact further to the north and west you may tap into a trace to maybe just an inch but snowing all the way through 10 to 1. you are still dealing with snow for parts of the island again it's time. it's distance. that's where you are going to
then we clear up this afternoon. it's cold tonight so watch for a very slippery start for tomorrow more thankfully a saturday but watch out for that. the city 2 to 4 with the line cutting through the city. part of brooklyn and queens tapping into the four to six range. six plus for the bands this afternoon and setting up for a nicer weekend. major melting saturday into sunday. warmest sunday. models hinting at a significant storm just out to sea but it's proximity has us concerned monday night into tuesday. likely more accumulating snow and numbers below normal next week. it's winter precipitation this morning causing the concern and also the delays right now right? >> you are right john we have an over turned truck through the area here. it's a tractor trailer that over turned blocking a lane on the eastbound side at exit 78
slick roads out there clearly. alternate side of the street suspended. meter rules still apply. trains were canceled on the lirr. a signal problem at penn station during the height of the evening rush. westbound service was suspended for a few hours. it's back up and running smoothly. snow rolling into the area and we'll have the latest traffic and weather on the 2s. back to you. now to a cbs 2 exclusive we spoke with the chief of transit about the steps being taken to stop crimes on the subways. the focus is between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. when most crimes take place. there are growing concerns about the series of recent slashings. >> it's about rapid and effective deployment and getting enough officers out there to minimize those things from happening. >> the nypd continues to stress
takes place when victims doze off. police have been told to wake them up. mayor de blasio delivered his state of the city address. a five fold increase in city buildings powered by solar energy and increased funding to expand on governor's island. as for job growth the mayor says it's booming city wide. >> we said two years ago we would create a five bureau economy and it's already happening and in the last two years jobs in the outer burroughs grew at more than twice the rate of those in manhattan. >> the mayor also formally unvailed plans to build a 16- mile street car line connecting the water front of brooklyn and queens expected to be completed by the year 2024. embarking on a weekend push to win over voters ahead of
primary. hilary clinton and bernie sanders faced off in their first one on one debate. >> the gloves came off last night as hilary clinton and bernie sanders face each other one on one for the first time in a debate sparring over progressive values. >> if you are going to get into labels i don't think it was progressive to vote against the brady bill five times or to vote to get gun makers and sellers immunity. >> and campaign finance reform. >> it is under mining american democracy and allowing congress to represent wealthy campaign tributes. >> clinton is campaigning at a post debate rally in durham she said she wouldn't give up. >> we are going to work as hard as we can between now and tuesday. >> republican presidential contenders have their sights set on a win in the granite
>> a win in new hampshire is not indicative of how the rest of the country will vote but it is important. >> it services as a signal to party officials about sort of their first sense of what voters are going to do sending a signal to potential donors about whether their money is being well invested or not. >> after a stronger than expected third place finish in iowa marco rubio is now on donald trump's heels in new hampshire putting the florida senator ahead of ted cruz. cbs news manchester new hampshire. >> time now 5:19. still ahead rapper snoop dogg has tough questions for the super bowl teams. and a sea lion resting in an unusual place. >> and traffic and weather out there as the conditions continue to deteriorate this morning.
it's flippers out for good service at one south carolina restaurant. you got to go little guy. a sea lion pup was found in the booth of the dining room of the marine restaurant. yesterday fortunately for the pup the restaurant called for help and sea world san diego sent a team to rescue him. he was malnourished and dehydrated. >> you can't blame him. >> how did he get there? >> man they've got teeth. i'm glad the professionals handled that. this is interesting.
it is for parts of the area impacting visibility on top of everything else. 33 degrees cold enough for snow proof of that right there. a little bit of warmer air trying to creep back in but retreats as well warm enough for parts of the hudson valley so slow down and exercise caution. light snow in the city a little bit more pronounced mixing in with heavier rain so very slippery conditions out there and more of the same right through the middle part of the day so please take it easy. i'm sure you agree alex. >> i do john if you are making your way through the area several alerts in the bronx an accident blocking two lanes at 233rd street. delays are growing. you are going to want to navigate around this here. also a live look outside the limited visibility and a speed restriction in place between the delaware memorial bridge
poor road conditions reported through the area and a 45 miles per hour speed restriction on the entire lend of the garden state parkway. alternate side suspended and meter rules in place. >> did you say i do to john. thank you alex. two days and counting to super bowl 50 this morning. we go back to 2012 the giants and patriots defined by another amazing pass by eli macing less than four minutes left and this would lead to the einventory actual winning crowd. manning does it in back-to-back super bowls. he's ready to raise his second trophy something his big brother would love to do. >> it could happen in california. onon thive livingston is there with a look at a surprise
>> good morning everyone. i'm otis livingston and the fun and crazy begins to wind down and the players love us being unable to interview them and they can concentrate on trying to win super bowl 50 so here's the best of the last day of media availability. the most talked about injury going into the super bowl panther linebacker thomas davis' broken arm suffered in the nfc championship. he said he was going to play and he'll be out there on sunday trying to win a ring. >> if it was something i couldn't play to the level that i feel that i'm capable of playing i wouldn't go out and play. >> we thought but then into the tent strolls snoop dogg working as a journalist after getting peyton manning to agree to give him 50% off papa john's pizza
>> for this big game right here is it fair to say you are getting advice from archie and eli? >> i'm grateful to have both of those guys to be able to talk to. so i feel very fortunate. >> then it was my turn to ask the questions. >> are you going to take peyton up on that discount? >> you think i ain't? i'll tell it in front of everybody too so 50% discount when i walk in off the top. >> snoop dogg one of a kind on the local scene. the rangers won. meanwhile the knicks, devils, islanders all lost. cbs 2 news. >> i really thought the golden gate bridge was bigger. super bowl 50 airs this sunday night 6:30 on cbs 2 our special coverage begins at 11:00 a.m. and following the late show with steven colbert look at all of those faces his line up right after the super bowl. 5:26.
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a developing story two nypd officers hospitalized after being shot in the bronx what happened moments after the trigger was pulled in a live report. >> we begin with friday february 5 a live look from the lirr station where you see the snow covering the platform. could it disrupt rain service. >> and cold air moving in turning rain into snow and making for a slippery commute. got to be careful. good morning i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi.
find them on our website at cbsnewyork.com/school closings. we are live with eye on the storm team coverage. ilana gold braving the winter storm. alex denis has the morning commute. >> and john elliot has the weather. >> will it interrupt the train service? it shouldn't but my concern taking the train is watch on the platforms so watch your step because right outside your front door is where you are going to see problems with slippery surfaces. changing gears into the hudson valley there's a little bit of sleet minuting in so that is very challenging but a different kind of challenge. light snow and 33 in the city with wall winds. you can see the pink on the top of the screen with sleet minuting in. everything is heavy and wet but where you see the element of ice making things treacherous
parts of long island that will change over to snow between now and 7:00 a.m. and 7 to 10 heaviest snow for central suffolk into nassau county. 10-1 it tapers off in the east, 1 to 3 it wraps up. that's why you see that four to six plus for parts of suffolk and into central connecticut too and that 4 to 6 also easing into westchester and fairfield county into connecticut as well so that's backing up. one other thing i want to remind you of. you are looking at numbers in the low 40s but with the wind it will feel like the 20s and just the 30s so you do have to wear the layers but appropriate foot wear and please all day long leave extra time and space and tonight when it gets cold again you are going to see refreezing so tomorrow morning that's when you are dealing with icy surfaces as well.
you. >> dealing with messy conditions. >> now in the bronx specifically an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the thruway and as you continue your ride a little further south another accident at 233rd street delays there back to mcclain avenue so stick with the bronx river parkway to navigate around this. also an accident blocking the lane on the southbound side of new england thruway so stick with the much there. alternate side is suspended today. meter rules still are in effect and remember to be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary back to you. >> thank you. the flakes are coming down in long island and nassau county for a look at how the weather may be effecting your commute there. >> andrea grymes joins us live. good morning. >> good morning the snow is coming down heavier than it was earlier but so far everything as alex has mentioned so far is on or close to schedule on the
here at the miniola train station with a tiny bit of accumulation on the tracks. workers have been salting the platform to make sure they are safe for the masses that will be here later and clearing the little bit of snow off the steps leading to the over pass here over head. i got to say we were out just a couple weeks ago in the blizzard. this is nothing compared to that so take comfort in knowing that at least this morning but maybe you will need the umbrella when you head out. last night commuters had a rough time getting home. signal problems and service suspended westbound. cancellations eastbound so they were not happy. hopefully this commute this morning will be a little bit better despite the weather here and there will be more people coming as the morning goes on as you can imagine but for now not so bad. reporting live andrea grymes cbs 2 news. >> andrea thank you. let's check the conditions on
>> ilana gold joins us live from suffolk county. how are the roads looking at this hour? >> mary we actually just made our way into the bay shore and we want to show you conditions. they are definitely getting worse as the morning goes on. you are taking a look at fifth avenue and you can see that it is packed with snow. lows just came through here a- -plows just came through here a few minutes ago but we are dealing with snow on the roadways and it is sticking. another problem we are noticing is the wind really picking up and blowing snow everywhere making for tough visibility so something to keep in mind when you are heading out this morning. we also want to show you video from the southern state parkway. we shot this a few minutes ago and conditions there really not much better. snow accumulating on the roadway there we saw about a half inch and it's sticking there as well so definitely tough conditions when you are
we did see some salt trucks out there but conditions are very slick and drivers are already having problems during our drive here from manhattan. we saw several cars getting into accidents. they slipped off the roadways because conditions are so slick so if you are heading out this morning you really need to be prepared for a messy commute. it's icy. there is slush. there is snow. so just allow for extra time and take it slow. we are live in bay shore and mobile 2 this morning ilana gold cbs 2 news. >> thank you. stay with cbs 2 for continuing coverage of the winter storm throughout the morning. we'll check back in with john and alex for traffic and weather on the 2s. two new york city police officers recovering in a hospital this morning. >> a gunman opened fire and then turned the gun on himself. janelle burrell is live in motte haven where the officers are being treated. janelle?
both of those officers are stable at lincoln hospital this morning sources identifying them as patrick esquit and diara cruz. each has been with the nypd for two years. last night they were on routine patrol that ended in gunfire. >> two officers shot at 320 east 156. >> police scanners telling of the chaotic scene, gunfire erupting sends residents running from the housing development around 8 thursday night. officers shot, the suspects escaping police quickly swarming the area. >> i heard a few very loud shots and i came running down the block and the helicopter was there right away. >> two were struck, a 29-year- old male officer with a graze wound on his face and a 24-year- old female officer shot in the abdomen requiring surgery. it began as a routine patrol in
156th and cortland avenue. the officers asked the suspects for id and then the shots were fired. >> three officers were conducting a vertical patrol in the sixth floor stair well area when they encountered two individuals one of whom produced a firearm and shot at our officers. the suspect then fled into an apartment on the 7th floor. >> responding officers got to the scene to find several people inside the apartment along with one of the suspects dead from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot wound. >> when i come down i see cops and helicopters all over the place, ambulance, more cops, people all over the corners. everybody was wondering what happened. >> many of the nearly 3,000 residents who live in the melrose development were kept out of their apartments as investigators searched the building looking for additional evidence. mayor de blasio praising their police work and officers
expected to recover. >> it's another example of what our officers confront every single day keeping us safe not only in the streets of new york city but in the stair wells and hallways of our public housing developments. >> each of those officers left with that single bullet wound. we should tell you that both of their families as well as their police family have been by their sides here at lincoln hospital. as for the suspect who took his own life sources have identified him as a 23-year-old man of the bronx. police say that they did recover a saithed off shotgun at--sawed-off shotgun at the scene. reporting live from the motte haven section of the bronx janelle burrell cbs 2 news. >> coming up it's no secret the super bowl brings in big bucks but how much. >> and a well known fact about the day after the super bowl.
twitter at cbs new york. welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning at 5:42 as the snow is coming down and there are school closures and delays this morning. find all of them on our website cbsnewyork.com/school closings. >> time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john? >> weather watchers very helpful and joe nolan with scott shannon seeing big flakes. weather watchers reporting light snow into parts of new new jersey. this is interesting from charlie.
cold enough for snow but nothing yet. chrisie nothing yet. here's walter in thompkins cove and this may be hard to see but these are big flakes falling with the flash on you get a sense of that. this is going to be a big flake wet snow event heavier for shoveling where you get the more significant totals and 32 from bruce adams i do appreciate this saying happy national weather persons day. and also i wanted to show you what he has because he's already got some he can show us. he's already got about half an inch at north port so this is what's going to happen. it covers the elevated surfaces of cars. grassy surfaces and sidewalks and driveways stay wet and then quickly start to accumulate and the roadways will follow so really more challenging for long island during the course of this event than into new jersey. show you the city right now wet
you also get a sense of the limited wind here with the dense snow. it's wet. wet surfaces here. more slippery conditions through the bronx into queens and then obviously nassau and suffolk with those calm winds. we've been watching on radar a little bit of sleet but that's as much a function of the radar as anything else. it's cold enough for snow but you could see a little bit of icing because of the change in the atmosphere as it heads to the ground to give you the higher chance of ice. it's snowing in woodmere. 34 in spring lake. jersey shore could tap into the more significant totals. you see that color coded as the radar scans the atmosphere. it's indicative of sleet but weather watchers saying light snow if anything. here's where we are seeing a problem. this is an hour's worth of data.
starts to fill in on the south shore. and that's where we are going to see that banding. also there are going to be problems if you are making a trip to the south you are going to be driving through this. this thing wraps up by this afternoon but it's definitely going to be a changing and challenging storm whether it's north, south, east or west. let's get you there with alex. >> thanks john. if you are traveling this morning there's an over turned tractor trailer blocking the lane on the eastbound side of route 78 at exit 29 so this will effect your ride. also the new jersey turnpike has a 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the del mar and george washington bridge. it's due to poor road conditions and limited visibility in the area and 45 miles per hour in the entire
coming up for now alternate side suspended and meter rules still apply. don't text and drive. back to you. >> in money watch super bowl weekend means big bucks and postins on wall street. >> jill wagner has our update from the new york stock change. >> good morning chris and mary. it's jobs day on wall street. investors watch as the labor department released the january employment report. they expect the unemployment rate will hold steady at 5%. the dow jumped 79 points yesterday and nasdaq up 5. super bowl business means big business and big bucks for the league, the team, the ticket sellers and anybody else associated with the game. forbes magazine says super bowl 50 will generate $620 million in one day. that's a record. tickets averaging $5,000 that's also a record. and the fastest growing sector merchandise. >> ladies love football.
we've got that coming up. we'll save some for you. >> and the half time show. >> see you in a few. >> thanks jill. new this morning a brooklyn man is facing charges after he lost control of a drone and crashed into the empire state building. it hit the 40th floor and fell to a 35th floor landing last night. he was arrested after he asked the building security for his drone back facing several charges including reckless endangerment. >> and he posted a picture on twitter too. very interesting. it won't be drone flying weather in suffolk county. >> but they teach the art of flying drones. cindy hsu seas takes us there. >> drones are literally the buzz at aviation school in brookhaven with nearly a million drones in the public's hands the classes are over flowing with students and high flying career dreams.
expected 22 and it went up to 26 then 28 and now i have a waiting list. >> 19-year-old scott keen quickly signed up drawn by the powerful cameras that can be mounted on drones of any size. >> i'm a photographer myself and i find it really cool to use aerial shots instead of going up in an airplane you just use a drone. >> it's also attracting women. >> not a lot of female in the aviation industry itself. it's a challenge. >> runway 26 right clear land. >> inside a mock air control tower learning about crowded air space and the hundreds of reports of drones being flown too close to airports. >> as a pilot i understand the concepts of air space and how dangerous it can be for commercial airliners. >> a pilot's license is needed for drones weighing more than 55 pounds. that has students hoping for an inside track.
to make more room for drones to deliver products right to your home. meanwhile students say half of what they are learning is plain old fun. cindy hsu cbs 2 news. >> it all comes at a price depending on the license the pilot school could cost between 14 and $50,000 on top of the $30,000 annual tuition. >> wow that's kind of high there. coming up you can call it the football flu. why monday is a popular day to call in sick? really? >> starting to feel something coming omary. move over ladies even men like to look pretty good. ask john. we are checking out grooming secrets for the guys. >> but first cbs 2 morning scoreboard the knicks beat in motown. 11-105. the rangers beat the wild.
caps beat the islanders 3-2. we welcome you back to cbs 2 news this morning this is a live look at the new jersey turnpike by newark liberty airport. snow coming down and school closures and delays this morning. you can find those on our website cbsnewyork.com/school closings. >> let's get traffic and weather on the 2s. find out what to expect in the next couple of hours. >> it's going to be messy. the timing is not good with this system. a little bit of icing into parts of the hudson valley. your totals ultimately a lot lower and start to see banding for the south shore giving way
continue and more snow through the city, more reports light to moderate snow into parts of new jersey. temperatures right now about a 50--5050 split. a lot of reporting stations above normal. right now it's struggling and ground and pavement still warm enough so just wet. grass and elevated surfaces, car tops get covered first but during the course of the commute on and off just getting off the roads so watch out for conditions will deteriorate as if they are not bad enough right now. >> we have several alerts to pass off to you. first the bronx an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the thruway. you hit another accident on the major at 233rd street. delays there now back to mcclain avenue so stick to the bronx river parkway.
the southbound side at bart o avenue delays here. the much is your alternate there. a live look outside at the lie in melville the wind and snow starting to come down so of course we anticipate a busier than normal rush hour. alternate sides of the road suspended and don't text and drive. back to you. thinking about calling in sick affect the super bowl? if so you are not alone. managers employees often call in sick or make an excuse to skip work after a big event like the super bowl. 41% of workers know someone who has called in sick or missed work on those days. >> it's a late kick off what are you going to do? men appear to be investing more in their looks. >> sales are soaring as younger men try to put their best face forward. >> he's just 29 years old but
signs of aging two years ago so he decided to do something about it. >> i was trying to get the lines and there's botox which works so i see. thought let's start now why not. >> the doctor says he is now seeing more men in their 20s and 30s who want to enhance their looks. >> there's less of a stigma with it. it's not as bad or horrible to go in and get something done to make yourself look a little bit better. >> male cosmetic procedures have soared 273% in the last two decades and that's not the only way men are improving appearance. >> men are buying more grooming products from shower gel to facial cream. from 2010 to 2015 sales for the male personal care market in the u.s. jumped almost 15% hitting an estimated $4.2
analyst says millennials are leading the surge. >> over the last few decades we've seep the definition really shift and made men much more accepting of using grooming products. >> the doctor says most men don't want anything too drastic. >> men just want to look a little bit better. they do not want to look different. >> obviously we all age but if we could look as good as we can why not do it. >> kari na mitchell cbs 4 news new york. >> he's only 29 years old. >> that's very kind of you. >> it's lighting that's all it is. i just got on facebook snowing in toms river. that is the trend we'll see more during the course of the morning drive. >> let's get back to the men's grooming. >> go ahead boys. if you are traveling in the bronx that's where the busiest commute is so far. we'll have that coming up. >> time now 5:56. stay tuned. coming up we are showing you
33 degrees and it is snowing on friday february 5. the snow storm moving through our area making for a very messy morning commute. >> good morning i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. you are waking up to snow turning back to winter overnight. some parts of the tristate could see half a foot of snow. >> two nypd officers shot in a bronx stair well. the suspect dead from a self- inflicted gunshot wound. more on this story. >> but first here's a live look from long island many school closings and delays mostly on long island and westchester and our website cbsnewyork.com/schoolclosings. >> let's get over to john elliot who is monitoring the situation out there.
33 degrees and wind is calm relative humidity 92%. give us the highlights what to expect the rest of the day. >> temperature is the key component, more of that rain changing over to snow already under way in a big way. also an element into parts of the hudson valley icing. scanning the skies heavier snow through brooklyn now into the bronx. alex standing by with big traffic headaches there already. another concern over some icing in parts of the hudson valley but bigger totals through parts of nassau and suffolk county but middlesex county seeing that band set-up. it impacts visibility and accelerates the change over to wet to icy roadways so be mindful of that between now and 7. that's when we see that change really under way and completed 7 to 10 a snow event and then heavier bands focus on long island.
the west and lingering snow showers to the east will get your snow totals into a half a foot plus category to slow you down and see the school closings and hear about delays as well but delays for you behind the wheel evidence of that right now right? >> you are right. let's first begin with the bronx there is now several accidents the first blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the thruway. it's hall place for you and also an accident at 233rd street delays back to mcclain avenue so stick with the parkway as you navigate through the area. it's still a slow ride but better than if you are taking the major deacon. also a southbound accident at barto avenue back to pelham avenue. 45 miles per hour speed restriction in place between the delaware memorial and
poor road conditions and limited visibility. also a 5 miles per hour speed restriction on the entire length of the garden state parkway in both directions. alternate side suspended and meter rules still in play. don't text and drive back to you. ilana gold is behind the wheel of one of our mobile 2 units in suffolk county this morning. good morning to you. >> chris people here in bay shore are going to be waking up to a big mess. take a look this is 4th avenue and this is a really good example of what many of the roads look like here. they are packed with snow. they are slick. they are difficult to drive on and another issue we are coming across is the wind. if you take a look up at that light you can see all of that blowing snow making it very difficult to see out here along with the ice making this morning commute a challenge. we just talked to a man heading out to work. take a listen to what he had to say.
>> i'm glad it's happening on a friday. a lot of people are just going to take the day off. unfortunately i got to get into the city so hopefully the snow will stop in time so i can get home on the long island railroad. >> how are the roads so far? >> getting bad in a hurry. it's really not that good out there. it's heavy and wet so icing up real fast you know? >> what is the warning for drivers hitting the road this morning? >> drive slow and make sure you have a lot of coffee. [laughter] >> definitely some good advice. we also want to show you video much the southern state parkway. we shot that just a few minutes ago and you can see conditions there not much better. the lanes also packed with snow. it's also sticking there and it is slick so if you are heading out this morning the message is just be prepared for some tough conditions. you want to leave early and take it slow. we are live in bay shore this morning ilana gold cbs 2 news. >> be careful out there.
foot of snow today. we head out to nassau county for a look at the morning commute. >> andrea grymes joins us from the lirr station there. it's changed quite a bit in the past hour. >> it actually has. the flakes are coming down a lot bigger now. still not that much accumulation on the platforms. just a little bit. they've been working on salting and shoveling here at the train station. the good news is that everything so far is on or close to schedule. trains have been going back and forth here. there is a little bit of snow on the tracks but so far it is not effecting long island railroad commuters this morning. we spoke with a few of them one in particular just a short time ago. take a listen. >> it's a little shocking but what are you going to do? we've had a warm winter so far. >> you are dressed for it. >> i ran here. >> and the trains are on time.
>> and as you can see back out here live, trains are still whizzing by this morning so hopefully this good service continues through the rest of the morning commute. reporting live in miniola andrea games cbs 2 news. two police officers recovering from bullet wounds this morning. >> they came under fire in the south bronx last night the gunman died from a self uninflicted gunshot wound. janelle burrell is live where the officers are being treated. >> chris each of those officers was struck once each of them thankfully expected to make a full recovery but all of this started last night asthma was supposed to be a routine patrol that ended in gunfire and the suspect dead. police scanners telling of the chaotic scene. gunfire erupting sending residents running from the
along with one of the suspects dead from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot wound. >> when i come down i see a bunch of cops, helicopters all over the place, ambulance, more cops, people up over the corners, everybody was wondering what happened. >> many of the 3,000 residents who live in the melrose development were kept out of their apartments as investigators search the building looking for additional evidence. mayor de blasio praising police work and the officers injured recover. >> another example of what our officers confront every single day keeping us safe not only in the streets of new york city but in the stair wells and hallways of our public housing developments. >> now both of those officers injured have been with the nypd for the last two years. also learning more about the gunman who took his life a 23-
a gun was recovered at the scene. reporting live this morning from the motte haven section of the bronx janelle burrell cbs 2 news. >> thanks. time now 6:08. coming up is waking up early in your dna? >> plus a crazy car crash in brooklyn. wait until you see how it ended and how the pedestrian survived. also police officers now focusing on a specific time when subway crimes take place as the latest victim talks about her terrifying attack. >> if the kids are going to school on time it's going to be challenging. it's wet and snowy for the trip into school. we are going to wrap it up actually during the school day except for parts of long island so better in the afternoon but it's going to be cold so dress in layers.
coming up. snow is coming down at 6:12, 33 degrees on this friday february 5. a number of school closings and delays this morning on our website cbsnewyork.com/schoolclosings. 6:12 time for traffic and weather on the 2s. lots to talk about. >> i'll tell you what let's go in and check with our weather watchers. thorn wood new york 30 degrees cold enough for snow and it is snowing. school delays slippery roads be
trip down to the jersey shore. my concern for them is you are going to see it linger a little longer and bigger totals when it's all said and done but dr. frankie has got 7th graders with a two hour delay opening. not everyone reversed their pajamas. remember that old trick? 31 in lin brooke and we are seeing heavy wet snow beginning to stick and i want to share this picture. kind enough of elainea to send this from brooklyn. this is really start to stick on elevated surfaces. roadways starting to get slippery and sidewalks as well. that change is under way so slow things down, factor in extra time, make sure your lights are on and get ready for more accumulating snow. this is our view outside our front window and we have wet sidewalks but that's going to
33 with some fog in the area as well. numbers cold enough for almost a total snow now that south shore happening onto a bill lit of rain but that's mixing in. north and west we have numbers that are actually a little warm warmer where the potential is there for icing as well reflected by the pink but watch that retreat and change over to light snow. it's light to moderate snow through parts of new jersey, middlesex and county seeing heavier snow. more of the south shore has caked over to snow for you as well. problem is it kind of sits there for hours. you are the last to clear out this afternoon and that's why we anticipate the bigger totals for you possibly 6 to 8-inches right there the bulls eye so to speak. but 4 to 6 flirting with the city in fact parts of brooklyn and queens. staple deal. remember the last storm from staten island into the bronx there was a big changes far as totals. now that focus more from east
north and west a trace to maybe an inch or two. don't forget it's very cold this afternoon so with those cold air settling in tonight we could see refreezing and saturday and sunday look a lot better, cool and quiet tomorrow after an icy start. very nice for your sunday. questions about next week the period late monday into tuesday. big low very close to our area looking at the possibility of more accumulating snow but it's accumulating right now and slowing us down. right alex. >> you are right john especially if you are traveling here we have the right lane blocked on the northbound side due to a car stuck in the snow there. no real delays through the area yet but hopefully this isn't an indication of our morning commute. give yourself plenty of time because if you travel further south in the bronx there's an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the thruway and continuing your ride south another accident at 233 233rd street.
the southbound side of the new england thruway barto avenue delays back to pelham dale avenue. we have an over turned tractor trailer blocking a lane on the eastbound side of route 78 at exit 29. alternate side suspended today but meter rules are in effect and be safe don't text and drive. back to you. >> a driver faces serious charges after speeding away from police and crashing into a brooklyn street. >> the woman survived. the police were following the stolen vehicle when a driver went the wrong way down a one way street. >> another car bashed and broken nearby, a wrong way wreck in the heart of brooklyn. >> there was a car coming the opposite. >> more than that an apparent
on southbound hemlock street just before 10:00 a.m. running down a woman walking her dog who had just stepped off the curb of the intersection. she's a nurse who lives on that street and was amazed the victim not only survived but was alert and speaking. >> she was talking somebody please help me somebody help me help me but i got told not to move her. >> paramedics took the 52-year- old woman to jamaica hospital medical center in serious but stable condition but you could only watch the video from the opposite angle knowing she survived the suv barrels through sweeping her out of sight and a police car arrives nearly ten seconds later. the offending driver was not seriously injured and the other car drivers injuries were minor. the suspects car thief was fleeing from police. the 20-year-old is facing
we are in superruss hills brooklyn lou young cbs 2 news. a mental health evaluation. the attack took place yesterday morning. the woman was leaning on a pillar when the man walked by. we spoke to a witness who did not want to be identified. >> out of nowhere he puttered something to himself and it seemed like something snapped and he went and grabbed her by her coat and then just threw her to the ground. >> the victim was also punched in the chest but apparently not seriously hurt. the homeless man 55 years old randy evans charged with assault and disorderly conduct. coming up is there a scientific reason you wake up early in the morning? what researchers found. >> my scientific reason is the job. also what's a super bowl without a half time show. we are going to talk to cold play ahead of their big gig on sunday.
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morning it's a good idea to grab that umbrella. there are dozens of school closures and delays this morning on long island and westchester and find a full list on our website. this is what you are waking up to so be prepared. okay whether or not you are a morning person may come down to your dna rather than that strong cup of coffee. researchers from 23 and me said they identified variances in 15 locations associated with being a morning person. the study revealed 56% considered themselves night owls. the findings are published in the journal nature communications. >> basically it's in your dna. i thought it was my alarm clock. >> that's definitely mine. >> 23 and me isn't that a clothing company? >> it should be. >> no that's the dna, the helix.
we mentioned umbrellas. it's a heavy wet snow so an umbrella actually does help so it's starting to stick and cause more problems. the national weather service has posted a winter weather advisory for almost everybody. a warning for significant totals east of the city. bright white banding now and holding together but it lasts longer for long island. that's why it's a warning for you and with that colder air filtering in you are seeing more of a change over for the south shore. that's where we'll see the bigger totals. four to six flirting with the city. parts of the city two to four just north and west but do exercise caution. i mean unfortunately for morning commuters whether it's in your dna or not the worst part of the storm is like right now during the busy commute period. >> really tough time for this. >> you might want to call off work for today. >> look at you. >> super bowl celebrations early.
we have the right lane blocks of the saw mill river parkway due to a car stuck in the snow. no delays just know it's a slippery commute. also an accident blocking the lane on the northbound side of the new england thruway. a live look at new jersey the turnpike is a 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the delaware memorial and journal washington bridge due to visibility. the garden state parkway has 45 miles per hour rule. alternate side suspended and don't text and drive, back to you. the knicks come back from 30 points down but was it enough for a win in detroit? >> good morning everyone from san francisco covering super bowl 50. coming up tonight the knicks host the grizzlies and the nets host the kings. last night the knicks came back
but lost when reggie jackson got back-to-back threes in the final moments. the rangers had better luck against minnesota. jt miller with his 8th goal in eight games to beat minnesota 4- 2 the file from msg. islanders almost pull off an upset tied into the third. aten ovechkin a.m.ers home and the devils get shut out in a shoot out in toronto. denied as the devils fall short 3-2. i'm otis livingston and that's your cbs 2 sports update. >> love that golden gate bridge in the background right there. the super bowl half time show is always one of the biggest pop cole picture events of the year. >> cold play is the half time act. >> the british band cold play was confident and funny at their super bowl 50 half time news conference.
so please forgive us if we aren't that good. >> chris martin has been practicing this week. this is car pool karaoke on the late late show with james corden. corden's dad showed off his saxophone skills thursday and asked to join the band on stage at the game. at the nfl shop we caught up with fans who are very excited about the entertainment. >> i think a lot of people don't even watch the game so much it's about the commercials and half time show. >> beyonce will perform and would not confirm any other guests. lady gaga will sing the national anthem. >> what is she going to wear? >> who knows it's always a surprise. >> no one seems to know the other band members. >> what do you know about john will and guy. >> i don't know who those are. >> guy will and john how much
chris gets all of the attention and along those lines chris could i have a hug? >> a little stunned but not shy martin did in fact give this very excited reporter a hug as he walked out. jamie cbs news san francisco. >> and you can watch cbs 2 this sunday at 6:30 our coverage kicks off at 11:00 a.m. time now 6:27. >> two nypd officers recovering after being shot in the line of duty. this morning the suspects gunman is dead. we'll have a live report coming up. and stay tuned we are cooking up some of our favorite dishes for the super bowl sunday festivities and sharing
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>> we have team coverage on the conditions of the roads. john elliot is up first with the forecast. >> the timing on this is just horrible you have to hit the floor running. just hit it and don't start sliding. look at this. visibility concerns, snow, a change over on surfaces, even some of the roadways getting very slippery out there so dive right in. numbers cold enough for snow. 33 you bet, fog an issue too where you have light winds and fog that just doesn't bend. find that dark line basically middle of the screen 17 through 80 and 3 following the 95 corridor through bergen into essex to the south that's one batch through rockland county and then unfortunately you are going to get the banding to the east where you are going to see more significant totals for long island between now and 7:00 we see that change over complete with just maybe a drop or two well east. it's all snow.
i know that's just the busiest period, period. 10 to 1 we start to see it taper off. do exercise caution and leave extra time. we are already seeing accidents right alex? >> right. the right lane is blocked because of a car snuck the snow. there's an accident blocking the lane on the new england thruway at playland parkway and you make your way in both directions. the upper east river crossings a crash blocking a lane on the queens bound white stone bridge delays back to the bronx. and a live look at the lie in melville very tough conditions limited visibility so do be careful. alternate sides expected and if you are traveling to the airport we do have cancellations and changes building before you head to the airport. >> checking conditions on the roadways this morning.
of one of our mobile 2 units joining us live with more on ilana? >> chris drivers are going to have a tough commute ahead of them this morning. take a look at union boulevard you can actually see plows going through right now clearing the snow and there is a lot of it to clear. you can see that it is packed with snow and it's starting to stick. this is a really good example of what a lot of the roads look like in suffolk county. as we mentioned plows are now starting to hit the roads because the snow is accumulating. we talked to a plow driver. take a look at what he had to say. >> conditions on the road for people heading out. >> it's a little slippery right now. not too bad but we've been called in and the roads will be clear within a couple hours. >> so hopefully roads will be clear for the morning commute. >> absolutely. >> crews have a tough job ahead of them this morning it's going to be a difficult and messy
we also wanted to shop you video from--show you video from the southern state parkway. conditions not much better the snow is accumulating and sticking to the roadways so conditions are very slick and again the snow is accumulating not going to be an easy commute this morning if you are heading out just be prepared for difficult conditions and take it slow. live in west this morning mobile 2 ilana gold cbs 2 news. >> stay safe out there. let's look at how the weather may be effecting the commute in nassau county. >> andrea games joins us from an lirr station. >> it is like a winter wonderland. so far everyone who is an early bird this morning has been in luck because the long island railroad across the board has been on or close to schedule so far. we spoke with one rider just a
change his plans just a little. >> i live in west hemstead but when the weather is like this i park here because the garage is better and there are more trains here coming so it's an easier commute for me. >> so far everything is on or close to schedule. are you feeling confident you'll get in okay? >> i will but there's not that many trains out. usually when i get into the office around 7:30 i get e-mail alerts when all of the problems start when i'm in the office so i like to beat the crowd. >> and that really is the issue that even some people on twitter and facebook have told me this morning. it's okay for now but it really is once the a.m. commute really ramps up in the 7:00 hour they are concerned so hopefully things continue to stay on schedule. reporting live in miniola. >> he had the right idea. get there early.
are recovering. >> a gunman opened fire in the melrose houses in the south bronx and then turned the gun on himself. janelle burrell is live in motte haven where the officers are being treated. janelle? >> mary both officers struck by a sippingel budget both of them this morning in stable condition according to doctors with their families by their sides. all of this started as a routine patrol inside of that housing development that eed in gunfire. >> shots at 320 east 156. >> police scanners telling of the chaotic scene, gunfire erupting sending residents running from the melrose housing development around 8 thursday night. officers shot the suspects escaping and police officers swarming the area. >> i heard the shots and came running. the helicopter was there right away. >> two housing officers were
a graze wound on his face and 24-year-old female shot in the abdomen requiring surgery. deputy commissioner ben tucker says it began as a routine patrol in the melrose houses on east 156th and cortland avenue. the officers asked the suspects for id and then the shots were fired. >> three officers were conducting a vertical apatrol in the 6th floor stair well area when they encountered two individuals one of whom produced the firearm and shot at our officers. the suspect then fled into an apartment on the 7th floor. >> responding officers got to the scene to find several people inside the apartment along with one of the suspects dead from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot bound. >> when i come down all i see is a bunch of cops, helicopters all over the place, ambulance, more cops, people all over the corners, everybody was wondering what happened. >> many of the nearly 3,000 residents who live in the
out of their apartments as investigators searched the building looking for additional evidence. mayor de blasio praising their police work and the officers injured both of whom are expected to recover. >> it's another example of what our officers confront every single day keeping us safe not only in the streets of new york city but in the stair wells and hallways of our public housing developments. >> now both of those officers who are recovering have been with the nypd for the past two years. as for the suspect who took his own life he's been identified at 23-year-old malic chavez of the bronx. they did recover a gun at the scene. janelle burrell cbs 2 news. the nypd is stepping up patrols in the subway to crackdown on crime in the hours of 10:00 p.m. at 6:00 a.m.
growing concerns over recent slashings and other attacks. on wednesday night another woman was jabbed in the arm with what she believes was a needle on the r train when a stranger brushed up against her. >> he looked like a guy getting off from work and i wept back to looking at my phone and i felt a sharp pain on my right shoulder blade. doctors confirm i was punctured with something. >> half of all crimes happen when victims doze off during their ride. business in the big apple is booming creating jobs all across the city. that was part of the mayor's state of the city address last night. >> we said two years ago that we would create a five burroughs economy and it's already happening. in the last two years jobs in the outer burroughs grew at more than twice the rate of those in manhattan. >> the mayor also formally unvailed the mans to build a 16-
the water fronts of brooklyn and queens to cost $2.5 billion with completion by 2024. time now 6:39 coming up what's in store for the weekend another check of weather and traffic and sharing our favorite super bowl recipes with you. like what you made? >> yeah i do. garlic knots, mini ones. >> you are going to be the judge when we come back. of organics. to top it off! we offer lower prices every day. right now, get dunkin' donuts coffee k-cups, 10-count packages for just $4.99. and thin-sliced boneless chicken breast or tenders, cut fresh in store. buy 1 get 2 free. low prices, great quality, and friendlier service.
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wet sidewalks changing around the area getting very slick. snow, fog, 33 stronger winds this hour too. 31 in white plains changing over to snow for you. 33 in the hamptons, 34 in bell mar. there we go. it's a lot colder. that's important. visibility suffering through the city into parts of fairfield county and parts of long island where you have blowing and that snow as well. look at this. we've gone over to all snow no more icing concerns there but that band there through duchess into putnam, rockland, westchester county and bergen county as well. that change over almost complete for long island but the snow lingering longer there into parts of middlesex county snow to beat the band now but you'll get a break sooner as this thing clears out. watch the timing between now and 8. that's when it's going to be busy. by mid day a break in the city and sun north and west
afternoon. but where you see that blue stick around that's where you are going to see the bigger totals. don't forget the potential for refreezing tonight with cold temperatures. two to four the dividing line for the city but to the east four to six. heavy wet slushy snow hard to move and hard to move through. we've got proof of that right now right alex? >> you are right john. the right lane is blocked on the saw mill river parkway due to a car off the roadway there. you are delay free. there's an accident blocking a lane on the northbound side of the new england thruway at playland parkway and a 45 miles per hour restriction at the bridge. there's a crash blocking the lane on the queen white stone bridge. delays back to the bronx. new jersey turnpike 45 miles per hour speed restriction between the del memorial bridge and george washington bridge.
and a 45 miles per hour speed restriction on the entire length now the garden state parkway in both directions. those meter rules still apply and don't tent and drive. >> here we are. >> it's a big weekend. super bowl 50 this weekend so today with two days away we figured we are going to whip up some of our favorite meals for the super bowl. so see what we've got here. >> let's get started. yours looks delicious. >> i'm running out of recipes i decided to reach out to facebook and this guy hugh from emerson new jersey long time cbs 2 viewer decided to send me the five alarm chili. >> that's going to send me into- -[laughter] >> it is pretty easy. four pounds of chili lean ground beef. a chopped onion, garlic. >> cheese hugh. how hot does if have to be.
>> it is five alarms. >> really good. >> a little bread with that. johnny let me get you some of that. >> basically you throw in all of the meat. >> i like the spice. >> i like it hot too. so i literally did four pounds of meat. garlic, onions, brown the meat then simmer some tomatoes and some tomato paste. >> i heard you were crying home alone in your apartment. >> go to my facebook page. i was weeping dicing that onion but let me try some. it's not bad. it's hot but not deadly hot. >> it's delicious. >> easy to make from hugh thank you so much for sending this in. we appreciate it. it's good. >> okay let's get started. what do you think. are you ready for mini garlic knots? i did half of the size half the calories on this. >> oh mar. >> it's pretty easy and great for the super bowl. everybody wants a taste but not a lot.
dough that i got from one of those roll out crescent rolls and add a little olive oil some minced garlic some parsley and cheese and then you toss it up and you are done. >> guaranteed to be a winner if you have a crescent roll in there. >> can i grab one? >> please do. tell me what you think. >> john is still eating over there. >> delicious. >> so good. >> tell me about yours. >> this is good. >> i did a spinach artichoke dip. it's a packaged premade mix you can get at the grocery store. spinach, water chestnuts, scallions in there. you mix it all together, mayonnaise and sour cream is the base. >> oh it's got mayonnaise? >> you don't like it? >> i'm kidding.
but what the heck it's the super bowl. and the bread can look like the super bowl. >> very fancy. >> john what do you think. >> my recipe from facebook fan maggie patterson going for denver but this is the cam ham surprise and basically you have to dress for the event so last night i geared up for it probably the wrong jersey on and what you want to do is get a pound of ham cut up nice and small. i went with no msg added ham. then a block of cream cheese softened, two table spoons of sour cream the no msg ham, a block of cream cheese, two table spoons of sour cream and then topped with cheese and it's in the oven for about 20 minutes at 350 and it's a rich dip. >> mush and mash.
bowl recipe. >> why can't they make chips that can't make. all these iphones making a chip that doesn't break would be nice. >> oh my gosh so good. >> do it with a fork. >> thank you john. >> good thing we are all friends. >> talk about double dipping. >> good morning. >> i'm sorry john were those my fingers? >> recipes on our facebook page videos and a lot of fun right after the show so definitely catch that. my goodness you really fed us well. thank you so much. so good. >> it's a little hot this time in the morning. >> it is really spicy. >> we will check in with cbs this morning when we get back. >> and the knicks get beat in mo automotive town. the rangers beat the wild but the devils lose to toronto 3-2
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the slush and here's where it gets slippery. banding into parts of duchess county into bergen as well. you'll clear out sooner but it's very slow. the timing is horrible into fairfield county over the sound north shore it's hitting and sticking and very sloppy and the change over complete for the south shore out to montauk and don't forget jersey shore may tap into the higher totals but visibility hurting you in summerset and middlesex county two to four easily and the bigger totals to the east. pace yourself so much better by this afternoon but it's a busy morning right alex? >> you are right john. you'll get it coming and going. first beginning the right lane blocks due to a car that went off the road and got stuck in a snow bank. plan for that. also a 45 miles per hour speed restriction on the bring slick
in and out of westchester and rockland counties. there is a crash blocking the lane on the queens bound white stone bridge delays back to the bronx and a live look at the lie in melville. you can see traffic creeping along. mass transit everything on or close to schedule. new jersey transit or lirr so far so good fingers crossed. alternate side suspended. meter rules apply. >> norah and gail join us with a preview. >> looking good in red. >> i saw you this morning mary with red too. you too chris. nice job. >> we are with you. >> a lot of news today clinton sanders show down and all of the major news of the day. plus former first lady barbara bush rips donald trump as a comedian and why she thinks he's bad for women. you don't want to miss the
my conversation with her. >> how did it go? >> really well. i think you'll be surprised. i'm looking forward to seeing it. i know it's good. also in florida the manhunt for the couple known as bonny and clyde ended overnight in a shoot out. and super bowl fever. a huge spectacle that can grab more attention than the game itself. the news is back in the morning. did you hear gail interviewed the president and first lady. >> i'm really looking forward to that. >> me too. >> do you have your questions all ready? >> i'm working on it mary feel no pressure. >> you'll be fine. >> thank you chris. >> we'll be cheering for you. >> have a great time and happy super bowl sunday to you as well. >> see you guys.
the gunman killed himself. winter moved in just in time to make a mess of the morning commute. roads coated with snow and accidents reported. long island railroad trains running without announced delays but the railroad is advising caution on slippery platforms. >> alex has a final check of traffic. >> mary said is correct. a right lane blocked of the parkway a car off the road stuck in the snow. 45 miles per hour speed restriction in both directions on the bring and limited visibility on the area. also speed restrictions and alternate side suspended. don't tent and drive. john over to you. >> the main headache is the snow. elevated surfaces, cars, grassy areas and roadways very slick. brighter white through parts