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hermine maximum sustained winds at 50 miles an hour. it is moving toward the big ben florida area but already out ahead of it we're talking about flood concerns also tropical storm warnings have been posted for much of the florida coast. that storm could mean tropical trouble for our area as the track has shifted a little farther to the west. making those holiday weekend plans we're talking about potential wind and also rain. so a few showers moving through right now but this is not in association with the tropics. it's the front that will bring an end to the heat heat wave but look at the heavy rain bands already moving noughts sunshine state. once again, a lot of heavy rainfall flood concerns around tampa. take a look at the spaghetti plots. by this time tomorrow, approac approaching landfall just south of the tallahassee area. moving toward saturday morning early around the carolinas then by saturday night, yeah, we're talking about potentially off of the coast of the shore in jersey
and also delaware. so a rainfall chances tomorrow 60%. dry on friday. 40% chance saturday night into sunday. the rainfall chance it really starts to ramp up. look at the potential rainfall out of the this system as it moves through the carolinas and up the mid atlantic. we're talking about the potential for several inches of rain for a part of our area. we'll detail the entire forecast coming up. back to you. >> all right, scott, thank you. another look at radar make sure you're on top of the storm with the fox 29 weather app. see live spray radars and get alerts sent right to your cell phone you can find it in the apple and google play stores. >> big news for philadelphia. the 2017nfl draft is coming to the city of brotherly love. fox 29's howard eskin confirms philadelphia and the nfl will make it all official at a news conference tomorrow. howard? >> yes, the 2017nfl draft will be held here in philadelphia. it will be announced tomorrow at noon at philadelphia city hall. now, it's taken awhile, longer
than it was supposed to to get it done because i was told the nfl wanted more money than the city was originally going to pay. yes, the city is paying for this to have the event here. the nfl draft was held in chicago the last two years. but because of a cost right now, the city of philadelphia is still negotiating on whether there -- they will be the host for one or two years. the one is going to be confirmed tomorrow. now, the tough part of this for the fans the eagles don't have first round pick in 2017. and i have seen many fans on my twitter that are not happy about no pick when the city has the draft. all right. the venue for the draft will be on the parkway with as you saw in chicago was set up with many tents. back to you guys. >> all right, thank you scott. the city of brotherly definitely hosted its fair share of big events this past year. so what exactly should we expect with this latest one? fox 29's chris o'connell live in south philadelphia tonight, and chris,
this is going to bring whole lot of people into town once again. >> reporter: we had the dnc. we had the pope's visit now the city just hours away from announcing the 2017nfl draft here along the parkway in philadelphia. and with another major event, brings another major economic boost. it may not be the super bowl, but the event is almost as big. the nfl draft is coming to philly in late april. what was once considered a boring business meeting of football executives has become one of the biggest sports weekends and parties of the ye year. >> it's become an event. unlike any other of the professional sports. >> reporter: if anyone notes impact of the nfl draft, it's dr. jeremy jordon of temple university's sports industry research center. he has studied the economic impact of the nfl draft on cities like chicago who hosted the event for the past two yea years. expect center city to be
transformed into a three-day long family friendly football festival all built around the draft. >> it will showcase philadelphia. similar to when the pope made his visit, you know, philly was on the news everywhere. this will be the same thing. >> reporter: nationally televised event attracts 200,000 attendees with hotels, restaurants and lots of shoppi shopping. translation, at least an $81 million impact on the city. >> the nfl really knows thou put on a good event, and so there was, h i was there this year there was a lot of opportunity for fans to interact with different aspects of the nfl from lombardi trophies to rings to players signing autographs. >> reporter: we broke the news to football fans at chickie' and pete's in the northeast. >> that will be great. yeah, some say if we're not ho hosting a super bowl this might be the next best thing. >> it's a big deal. i think it's a really big deal. >> gets noted require 80 to the fans. it's a big party. i mean, we know how to party here, don't we?
>> reporter: we know how to party here, but the big question is, how much the city had to commit to get this bid for this event. many of those questions should be answered during a press conference at city hall noon tomorrow. dawn? >> all right, chris, thank you. new jersey state police say they discovered a body while they were searching for a missing swimmer in the delaware river. it is a story we first brought you as breaking news at 6:00 o'clock. right now investigators will not confirm if the body found is in fact that of the man who went missing earlier today off the coast of delanco. we'll keep you posted. >> developing to night the investigation who opened fire on a philadelphia street hitting a young girl. the 12-year-old hit by two stray bullets walking home from a store with a friend. she is one of nine children who have been caught in the crossfire just this summer. last night's shooting not only left a little girl with bullets in her thigh but her friend with shards of glass in her face. fox 29's bruce gordon spoke to the children about the terrifying night.
>> reporter: the city street sweeper record down the 3100 block of sheridan on this day after but it could not wipe away the stain of violence that nearly claimed two more young lives. >> i was crying. she was crying. >> reporter: it was around 6:30 monday night when 12-year-old judella sanchez, juju and her best friend were living a grocery at cleveland and marshall. when nearby argument turned violent. 19 shots fired from assault rifle and semi-automatic handgun the girls caught in the middle. juju took two shots to the thigh. the other got a face fall of glass from a shattered door. >> like somebody poked you extra hard. >> reporter: silly question but how much did that hurt. >> like on a scale of one to 10 it was like a 10. about now it's like an eight. >> reporter: you got hit with the glass? bet that hurt. >> it was glass all on my face. and then there was blood everywhere. the soda spilled on the floor.
i slipped. juju slipped. >> reporter: violence is all too common on this block. just a few feet away from monday's shooting scene, sits a memorial to a 24-year-old murd murdered here at the end of july. >> feel like you can go outside and play when you want? >> yes, when nobody is shooting. >> reporter: when nobody is shooting. as for juju parents they're grateful she's still a life but tire of the violence on this block. violence that does not seem to differentiate between the guilty and the innocent between the gun toting aggressor and tiny bystander. >> how do you feel like a pan, you'd like to let your kids go out and play. >> you can't do that around here. at times we could have. not no more. >> reporter: too dangerous. >> too dangerous. >> time to move. when the neighborhood is like this it's time to move. >> reporter: you've had enough? >> yeah. >> reporter: juju sanchez reports to her first day of seventh grade next wednesday. she will bring to school with her a horrifying tale of a near
death experience and the proof a couple of bullets still lodged in her thigh. at police headquarters, i'm bruce gordon, fox 29 news. prosecutors are now dropped a third degree murder charge against the north philadelphia mom of a four-year-old who died after police say she got her hands on loaded gun. investigators say the child pulled the trigger shooting herself. 25 we're old shakira holmes facing a list of other charges in the june death of her daughter. prosecutors say they dropped the murder charge because of a lack of evidence. you decide. it was a speech both democrats and republicans were anxiously wait to go hear. donald trump delivering remarks tonight about his immigration policy in arizona. trump says the core issue in the immigration debate is well the well-being of american people. the gop nominee delivering the speech hours after returning from mexico where he met with mexico's president. trump says the two had a thoughtful substantive
conversation and agreed that the illegal flow of drugs and people over the border needed to be controlled. tonight donald trump making it clear he still supports a wall and will makes make mexico pay for it. >> towers, aerial surveillance and manpower to supplement the wall find and dislocate tunnels and keep out criminal cartels and mexico, you know that, will work with us, i really believe it. >> donald trump also said he will end catch and release. anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained and sent back to the country from which they came. on the democratic side meanwhile hillary clinton and her running mate hit the campaign trail in battle ground states today. clinton spoke to the american legion convention in ohio. she's argued she is the best candidate to care for the military and protect national security interests. former senator and secretary of state pointed to her experience on the senate armed services committee and add advising president obama as part of his
cabinet. clinton called out trump for insulting the parents of a deceased army captain who spoke at the democratic national convention. meanwhile her running mate tim kaine wrapped up a series of campaign events in pennsylvania today. this is the senator in bethlehem where he spoke at a hispanic community center. he hit donald trump for his tone and describing hispanics and immigration policy that critics call offensive. fire erupted at this gas station engulfing a car at the pump in just seconds. the dramatic rescue to pull two children out of that car before it was too late. a decades old tradition in south philadelphia. on the line tonight. cars parked right in the middle of the street. the fight to tell drivers to move it or lose it. plus, neighbors catch a couple of kids trying to break into cars and trucks and they took off. but they left something pretty valuable behind. what neighbors have now put on display in one front yard to teach them a lesson. a local 14-year-old stepping up to help an elderly neighbor in need. >> i had no idea that people
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a south philadelphia tradition for decades of course drivers a have parked their cars on the median of the south broad street. but during the dnc that wasn't i was a lloyd they don't want that to become a permanent change. fox 29's shawnette wilson talked group tonight who say they don't want to let that tradition go. >> reporter: some people say they have nowhere to put their cars without that median parking and tonight they petitioned to keep the tradition. >> get it right south philly. keep it tight. we're keeping our center parking. >> reporter: members of taking ourselves philadelphia streets back set up at broad and shunk to save this decades long tradition in south philly. parking in the median along busy broad street. >> come on out. sign the petition. >> reporter: group is trying to get signatures from residents who support keeping median par parking. organizer caleb says when they heard another group wanted the city to crack down they knew they had to save the tradition. >> they want to end center median parking. technically it's illegal but the
city for over 70 years has let it go on. >> reporter: this woman sign the petition. >> i need that park. i need that spot for parking. >> reporter: she says finding parking around is a the toughest part of the day. >> we had to drive around for half hour, 40 minutes go around looking for parking. >> reporter: michael, agrees there's insufficient parking in south philly even on his street. >> there's 48 houses only 24 parking spots. do the math. >> the residents can't parklet alone the businesses. >> reporter: but he's not in favor of median parking. >> it's really unsafe. it's not safe. it blocks vision. there's ban few incidents around here but it's like -- it's an septembered liability around here because of the space. >> reporter: in a statement the mayor's officer told us they understand the safety concerns but quote before any changes are made, we need to have a healthy dialogue with the people most
affected by those concerns which are the residents of the surrounding community in south philly, and the mayor's office tonight also telling us they have already started to get those discussions underway. dawn, back to you. >> all right, shawnette, thank you. police are hunting for the hit-and-run driver they say killed a motorcyclist it happened late last night on whitaker avenue in the feltonville section of philadelphia. 58-year-old raul perez died when investigators say he was hit head on by this silver gmc yukon. police follow add trail of fluid and debris from the damaged suv tetract down five blocks away. the driver, however, nowhere to be found. authorities are now asking that person to come forward. friends and neighbors say the victim owned a car wash and was well known and liked by many residents in his community. >> it's hard to talk about because i just -- like i said i just seen him last night. whoever hit him, do the right thing because his family going to need closure. >> he's out there all the time
hanging out there. he does drive once in a in whi while. >> if you have any information at all on this deadly hit-and-run police want to hear from you. heart-warming story out of overbrook tonight. showing that an act of kindness can go a long way. >> yeah, all started with a lawn that needed mowing. >> right. the shocking thing an elderly woman did in desperation. brad sattin joining us live from the studio to explain the hero who saved the day, brad. >> reporter: this is pretty good story. story of a very sweet woman in her 80 who's just wanted to remain anonymous and a 14-year-old boy who wasn't looking for any special attention but certainly is living up to his name. his name is noble. when 14-year-old noble brigham mows his front lawn he usually does it without a fox 29 trailing him. today we wanted watch since we missed him on monday when he mowed another lawn. we can't show it to you well the lawn's owner is embarrassed about the whole thing. but we can tell you how it came
to be. starting with a community e-mail from philly magazine reporter victor fee or rollly who lives nearby. anyone have a kid with a lawnmower who wants to make a little cash today? when i left my cash today i saw the elderly woman on the block cutting her lawn with a scissors. turns out the 80 plus-year-old was beside herself because her lawn service had been a no show for week. mary ellen spotte spotted the e. >> an elderly lady that was out cutting her grass with scissors and i immediately thought of noble. >> reporter: the ninth greater lives across street and noble jumped at the chance. >> the mower died a couple times because the grass was very high. >> reporter: she handed noble 20 bucks which he refused. >> i said i didn't want the money i was just doing neighborly thing. >> it made me feel very proud that he didn't even think twice about it. >> reporter: that philly magazine reporter posted the story on facebook and the accolades kept oncoming. this straight a honor student
surprised by all the attention but seems to be philosophical in her response. >> i guess with all of the bad news right now, with the shootings and everything, and the whole political mess, it's refreshing to have some nice, whole some news. >> reporter: it is refreshing. it turns out that noble regularly volunteers to work with the elderly. he's learning latin. he's also the neighborhood historian. did we happen to mention he's 14 years old. he's 15 in few days. >> what great kid. brad, thank you. following breaking news right now on lincoln drive. four people are in the hospital after a wreck and this happened at lincoln drive and gypsy lane right after 9:00 p.m. victims were rushed to temple university hospital and einste einstein. the northbound lanes have been shut down while rescuers work the scene but they did just reopen. she dedicated her life to the poor. now in just days, mother teresa will officially become a saint. she always had time for everybody. the less she tried to impress
people the more she did. >> only on fox we sit down with a local priest who knew mother teresa. the simple act that started their decades long friendship. it looks like a normal traffic stop until that woman dives back into the car. what she told that officer that started the chaos. and a jersey breakfast favorite getting a makeover. the big question will you want to drink your pork roll? ♪ now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. bob continues his vacation. i'm sue serio. so today between 20th street and eakins oval they closed the inner lanes of the parkway the cross streets are still running but we'll have more closures starting tomorrow. that's why you're encouraged to take public transportation this weekend for the concert. now, the trollies will be operating on saturday and sunday schedules and open the center city tunnel on sunday evening as everybody is going home. the regional rails will be on their regular weekend schedules but they'll add extra trains much get the very latest on traffic and weather tomorrow
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connecticut. that's near hartford. a driver was filling her tank when someone else crashed into the pump. the station's cameras caught the woman quickly pulling her kids out of the car to safety and just minutes later both cars are fully engulfed. thankfully nobody was hurt. state of florida is bracing for hermine. >> the storm could be hurricane strength when it makes landfall tomorrow night. heavy rain in the tampa area today. they are already dealing with flooding. the storm hasn't even hit the coast yet. the good news, the beach communities further up toward the florida pap handle are still pretty quiet. fox's natalie, was in panama city today where people are enjoying the beach. >> reporter: some people still out here enjoying the beach in fact you can see some of the surfers there taking advantage of the waves and we have several people here on the peer who are fishing. now i do want to take you over to his advisory flag here. it's yellow which means medium hazard so that means we're dealing with moderate safe and currents right now. >> of course all this is about to change as those conditions
get a little worse. our scott william track wagon these storms mean for our holiday weekend, scott. >> that's certainly right, iain. we will be keeping tabs on what is churning right now in the gulf of mexico. tropical storm hermine mack mum sustained winds 50 miles an hour. a lot of heavy rain for the tampa, in order, area tonight but some of this moisture could impact your holiday weekend. new information and timing coming up. a scary find slithering through one neighborhood. why officials say they will keep finding massive snakes moving through people's yards. >> and new at 11:00, surveillance video showed this guy reach nothing a mom's purse and snatching her wallet. his partner sitting just feet away. what police are now saying about the couple.
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one week ago tonight a stray bullet hit eight-year-old gabbie hill carter in the head. she died a few days later. there's now a $76,000 wee reward to help catch gabbie' killer. >> gabbie's uncle came on "good day philadelphia" this morning to talk about the little girl. derek mack described his niece as ball of energy who could brighten anyone's day. last night, gabbie's mom gave berm to baby boy. max says she named him king gabriel in honor of his big sister he'll never meet. the family is working with local company for a fundraiser selling t-shirts calling for an end to the violence. >> t-shirt says it all. this has to stop. this has to stop. our visual i made the comment that wednesday night it was our family but tomorrow night it could be anybody's family. so it has to stop. >> well, nine different families over the summer. >> yes. >> affected by bullets. stray bullets or otherwise. >> and kids. affecting kids. >> it's sad to say my situation was last week's news because it
just happened last night again. >> 12-year-old. >> last night again a 12-year-old. it these stop. it these stop. >> if you'd like to buy a t-shirt we put a link on fox29.com you can see the full interview there as well. >> a woman lying on new jersey beach recovering from injuries tonight after officials say she was run over by a pick up. the ocean county prosecutor's office says the woman who is from toronto was run over by a public works vehicle picking up trash this morning. the truck hit her as she was reading and stopped on top of her. she was taken to nearby hospital. the drive will have to summit blood samples for chemical tes testing. >> this sunday mother teresa will be declared a saint. thousands will travel to rome who witness a woman who donated her life to the poor to be couldn't nannied. i sat down with a local priest who knew her well and will be there for his historic occasion. >> monsignor michael manion of the camden archdiocese
celebrates mass at most precious blood parish in collingswood. the 70-year-old priest is dedicated to carrying on the legacy mother teresa. he met as 24-year-old american seminary student in rome while he was working with the city pots poor. >> she always had time for everybody. >> it was 1969 monsignor man non was asked by religious sister if he had access to car to pick up the head of the missionary of charities flying into rome from india. it was the beginning of a 28 year friendship between manion and mother teresa. >> the less she tried to impress people the more she did. her extraordinariness was found in her ordinariness. and her holiness. >> manion was ordained priest in december of 1971 in rome.
he says mother teresa couldn't make it. but left this momento for the sisters to give to him. >> deer father mike only for jesus, be a holy priest, god bless you mother teresa. >> he worked with mother teresa in calcutta. he would see her a half dozen times a year and would take pictures of mother meeting her many add myhr err. >> in washington many many people would line up by the hundreds to meet mother. >> his favorite this magical mother moment of mother theresa and a little baby at the gift of peace out in washington, d.c. framed photo now hangs in his office for all to see. >> that brought out the very, very best smile of mother. the eyes say it all. and people would sometimes look at mother's picture not having known her and say, look at the wrinkles. the people that met her never noticed the wrinkles. they only noticed the smile and the eyes. >> on september 5th, 1997,
mother teresa died at the age of 87. after finishing her dinner in prayers her weakened heart finally gave out. >> shortly after her death, saint pope john paul ii waived the five year waiting period and allowed the process to declare her a saint to begin. she was beatified in 2003. monsignor man non remembers well that october day. that's him standing there at the ceremony in the front with some 400 other priests. >> i just sat there kind of in awe of it. >> monsignor manion feels grateful and humbled to be attending mother terese is that so's canonization on septembe september 4th. >> i think will just be something to absorb and experience. and not to try to figure out at the time, to try to absorb it with my heart and not my head. >> monsignor man non believes
mother terese saw was a second the second she passed and closed her eyes. she was widely known as the saint of calcutta. it earned her a noble peas prize in 1979. well on sunday, she will officially become saint theresa of calcutta. a dramatic rescue after man tries to cross a swollen creek in his truck. what he did to save himself until the coast guard had to pull him out. neighbors say it's been a nightmare living next to this house. the noises coming from inside all the time that were driving them crazy. a new jersey breakfast favorite getting a makeover but the big question will you want to drink your pork roll? ♪
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three times around 8:30 tonight. they have video that shows the whole thing. that man later died at the hospital. victim's young son and other witnesses were right there when this happened. at this point there are no arrests. we'll let you know if we get updates and bring them to you. a dramatic rescue national guard team pulls a man to safety after the truck he was in got washed down a river. this happen last friday. a mining road crosses the creek but the water level was higher because of all the rain. so the man climb out of the cab of the truck and on to the top of that vehicle as it moved downstream. bystander that was with him left the scene for better cell service to call for help. in your money tonight, want free septa tokens? tomorrow is the day to get themly mcdonald's will be handing out septa tokens right at the broad street line's walnut locust station all to get everybody excited about tomorrow's big game between the eagles and the jets. mcdonald's is a sponsor of the nfl between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. the fast food giant will give
out $5,000 worth of tokens much the game of course starting at 7:00 o'clock. >> if you enjoy a good pork roll sandwich one new jersey brewer has a beer just for you. flying fish brewing company revealing the exit seven pork roll porter. you'll taste chocolate maple toasted nuts and of course little bit of spice from the pork row roll. you want to have taste, act fast it's only available for limited time. >> i don't know how appetizing that sound. snakes on the loose in an arizona neighborhood kept emergency crews busy this morning. boa constrictor and could pythons caught within a mile of each other. they were big jobs. albion in a burmese pythons are 9 feet long. the red tail boa is 7 feet much it's possible the snakes got two big and released by the owners or they could have escaped on their own capturing the animals is not for the faint of heart.
>> kind of sent me to do the job guys will not let us have it as a station pet. some of them were very against it. >> one of the snakes was claimed by its owner. the other two being cared for by a snake group in the area. neighbors catch a couple of kids trying to break into cars and trucks. they got away but they left something pretty valuable hyped. what neighbors have now put on display in one front yard to keep them -- teach them a lesson. >> looks i can a normal traffic stop until that woman dives back into the car. what she told the officer that sparked chaos. >> our scott williams tracking your forecast. tropical trouble potentially brewing right now keeping tabs on hermine moving towards the sunshine state. when some of that rain and rip current threat could move our way.
♪ a wild police chase in georgia sends one officer to the hospital and lands woman behind bars. the whole ordeal was caught on dam dash cam
video. you can see officer mark lawton pull over jessica fox for allegedly speeding. she gave the officer a fake na name, resisted arrest and got back in her car.
she ran over the officer and sped away. the officer gets right back up and gets into the chase it turns out fox was wanted for felony as welch police later arrested her. she's facing a number of charges. the officer was treated for torn achilleas and a concussion. a couple of neighbors take action when they see group of teens trying to break into vehicles on their blocks. they chase them off but those teens left something behind. >> fox's charlie langdon shows us what those neighbors are doing now to teach those kids a lesson. think they should have caught them and put them in jail. >> reporter: jail might be too good for these teenaged punks. neighbors in this roseville subdivision say three of them tried to break into this ford truck early monday morning. >> epp then i'm like those kids are hopping into cars. we just got out and chased them a little bit down the block and then we called the police. >> reporter: before the cops arrived on the scene, when i came back around i noticed that the three bikes were there. but the three young fellows were
gone. >> reporter: these teenaged crooks left their bicycles at the seep of the crime? so the neighbors tied their bikes to tree and said, come on, come and get your bikes punks. >> we figured we'd put it that and leave a note for them to come and get their bike. >> reporter: the neighbors loved their displays. >> do you think they'll come from their bike. no. hopefully a parent come and claim the bike i'll tell them what her doing at 1:00 o'clock in the morning. my man here chased them down. we're not going to do it no more. >> reporter: thank to quick action by the neighbors nothing major was really stolen non damage was done. and if punks don't claim they are bikes, they'll be given to a veteran in the neighborhood who fixes bikes. >> we're going to give them to him. he can donate them or sell them and put a few dollars in their pockets. >> somebody will neighbors are here reece. >> for sure. we're always looking out for one another. eats like the night crew.
>> residents in one in order up to is enjoying peace and quiet. that sound chickens. people living on the one port ritchie street near tampa have been hearing chickens and turkeys for nearly two years. well finally officials are stepping in. code compliance officers found 106 chickens or roosters and two turkeys in a woman's home and in a vacant house next door. >> it's been hell. for a lot of neighbors especially. very annoying. who wants to come in an area living with chickens and the the smell when you get the wind blowing just right, it's nasty. >> wow, deputes say the chickens are in good health and in the custody of the animal social security a a court hearing will decide if the owner gets them back. if she does officials say they can't state on that residential property. >> on your radar tonight, another hot night. day six, scott? >> i mean day six for the heat wave but good news, dawn.
the heat wave will come to an end. cooler temperatures on the way also the potential for tropical trouble all because of hermine. the track has shifted a little farther to the west. holiday weekend impacts. we're looking at gusty winds down the shore. that rip current threat also the potential is there for some heff vo rain. look at ultimate doppler right now. churning in the gulf. a 50 miles per hour tropical storm and look at the heavy rain bands already moving toward sections of florida. some locations could easily pick up half a foot to a foot of rain as hermine continues to move toward the big ben of florida. look at the tropical satellite. you can see deep convection around the center of circumstance laying. it continues to kind of evolve. so as it moves a little farther to the north, here's the clock. tomorrow night at 11:00, making landfall just south of tallahassee. where will it go from there? look at the spaghetti plots and commuter models moving it through georgia, moving it through the carolinas as we he move toward saturday night look
at this. off the coast somewhere around the delmar in a peninsula we're talking about impacts with that heavy rain moving saturday night into sunday. sunday right now looks lickety could be the worst as far as conditions across our area. in particular if you're headed down the shore. here's another look at the track from the national hurricane center. you can see it moving toward the sunshine state along the panhandle then moving through georgia and the carolinas. look at the clock. by 2:00 p.m. on saturday, just to the south of norfolk, virginia, and then continuing to perhaps be a remnant low off of cape may as we move toward your sunday at about 2:00 p.m. so we could see some tropical storm force gusts down the shore. that would mean winds right around 40 miles per hour. so here's the precipitation forecast with the bulls eye of the heavy rainfall that blue moving through the carolinas on saturday. but look at that ran fall. moving toward our area late saturday night into sunday. that's the timing once again for
the heaviest rain and look at the clock. 2:00 p.m. we're talking about wind and rain especially down the shore. so the shore impacts for your labor day weekend, we're looking at that rip current risk continuing on the moderate to high category. heaviest rain arriving saturday night and the worst of the wind and the rain on sunday if the current track holds take look at the computer model rain foreca forecast. where you see the red and also the yellow that's over 3-inches of rainfall potentially out of this system. so something we'll continue to monitor. temperatures root now, 76 degrees after high of 91. we're looking at, yeah, 17 days this month with temperatures at or above 90 degrees. a couple of showers moving through right now. we have rain in the forecast for tomorrow. so keep the umbrellas handy but 84 tomorrow. the temple game low 80s. upper 70s for the up coming weekend with mostly cloudy skies and of course watching the coast
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okay. i have three numbers for the phillies. four, three, two. that's the number of hits in the last three games against washington. this team has a terrible approach to hitting. let's go to citizens bank park. for one thing the fans get excited when they get a baseba baseball. this guy following over in his seat. he has a victory lap. he gets the ball and dribbles it. that's great. first inning jayson werth flat out crushes this baseball. crushes it. that's a homerun by the way. second homerun of the series. phillies only had two hits. down two-one in the ninth. a man on first and nobody out with a walk. herrara the double play the phillies loads it and the series two-one. nine straight at the nationals. all right. eagles have one more preseason football game and that is tomorrow night at the lingering eagles could be four-zero but the birds were four-zero in 2012 in that pro season. we're four-12 on the regular season. so preseason means nothing.
but for the players trig to make the team, it does mean somethi something. advice from josh huff -- >> relax, um, that's the biggest thing for me. you got to relax. you've been playing this game, um, since you were young, um, doesn't really change from the time growing up to the time now. as long as you having fun with the game that you love everything else will fall in place. all right. as viewers may be aware, i have spent four really great years here at fox 29. which was my second run at 29 being a part of the station's first 10:00 o'clock newscast that was back in 1986. but now i've made a difficult decision. this will be my final newscast here. i've decided it's time but want to thank everybody in the newsroom and that includes my producer in both runs here at 29, yeah, he's older, too. tom srendenschek. thanks to the general manager dennis bianchi for allowing me to be me. to express my opinions with no restrictions. i never wanted to be like the other sportscasters. but it's time to cut my 15 hour
days down to 12. they were long because that's just the way i think it should be done in this town. the only way i know how. but i'm not going away. i will be doing more with wip sports radio and more eagles coverage and the eagles radio broadcast. so i will be around and you will hear me a lot i've always believed the essence of change. to some it excites, to some it disturbs. if success is what you seek change must be a partner in your pursuit. i will not say goodbye. i know you will see you later. >> you will be miff. we'll see you on sundays for "game day live". >> i will be there. >> it's not goodbye. >> well, it will be goodbye during the week. you'll miss me during the week. >> the news will be -- >> i'll have a different name when i come back. >> the newsroom will be a lot quieter, howard. >> without you and your pins. that is for sure. >> all right. coming up at 11:00 got surveillance video shows this guy reaching into a mom's purse
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