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more showers heading our way and strong winds could cause some coastal chaos. how much rain could we get? scott williams has the forecast. a tran gender woman visiting for an lgbt conference is attacked in the middle of the day. what she managed to during the disturbing act of violence that could help police locate her attacker. ♪ what start the as social media post ended with millions marching in every corner of the world. men and women moved their feet and raised their voices. more on the cause that brought people together in marches across the globe. impromptu press conference called at the white house. what was said and who trump's press secretary is blame fog inn ago rat inauguration numbers. ♪ >> how this strange gadget is
keeping long distance couples close. ♪ from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. hey, good day everybody. it's sunday, january 22, 2017. scott is already calling me out. he's like you said you were going to wear red for your falcons. >> exactly. >> you have on black. >> it's not a dave mourning but their colors are red, black and white. >> uh-huh. >> i have a little red. die bring something i'll get you two to help me to decide what to wear for game day. it has red in it. i node your help. >> excellent. >> it's going to rain today. it's going to be windy later tonight. >> really the storm is going to pick up overnight tonight and into monday. so we're dealing with some of that fog, the mist, the drizzle out there this morning. parts of south jersey and delaware looking at light to moderate rain but the heaviest of the rain is overnight tonight and tomorrow. so really tomorrow is the key day. but as we look at ultimate doppler you can see that we are keeping tabs on some of those light to moderate showers in
particular down the shore right now. you can see cape may also avalon, sea isle city, as you move toward atlantic city you're socked in with the clouds. you're dealing with that light rainfall kind of moving through the area first thing this morning. if you're to the dealing with the rain you are dealing with the reduced visibility and also the dense fog but as we expand the view, take a look off to the west. the actual main system is still kind of churning right now around parts of the arc la connect around texas, louisiana and arkansas and all of that will head in our direction over the next 24 to 48 hours. so we still have a lot of moisture to get through over the next couple of days. so as far as the headlines, we're keeping tabs on that dense fog across the area. early on this sunday. once again heaviest of the rainfall not until tomorrow. but by tomorrow, look at this. we're talking winds gusting up to 50 maybe even 60 miles per hour so that could cause some problems. now, 46 degrees right now. look at that humidity.
it's high again this morning. 96%. so we do have that dense fog out there. visibility down to only 1 mile in atlantic city. down to two and a half miles in philadelphia. down to a quarter mile in wilmington. down to 1 mile in lancaster. so we do have dense fog advisories for the inland areas. take look at the temperatures. above average. low to mid 40s the average high for this time of year in philadelphia is 40 degrees so we're already 6 degrees above average. so kind of mild, kind of muggy if you're stepping outdoors. so look at that sunday forecast. 52 degrees. foggy, some drizzle around in center city down the shore cloud cover those morning showers. kind of foggy and muggy in the lee his valley temperatures top out in the upper 40s. so here's the concern once again the brunt of the storm as we move toward monday. we have high wind advisories inland areas. i-95 corridor high wind warnings down the shore winds here could gust up to 60 miles an hour. much more on the timing and also who will see the heaviest of the
rain, lauren, coming up. >> all right, scott, thank you so much. let's get to breaking news out of philadelphia's crescentville enabled. police searching for suspect they say broke into a jewelry store there and investigators say the burglary happened just before 2:00 o'clock this morning at kim tan jewelry store on the 5500 block of whitaker avenue. we don't know how much jewelry the suspect was able to get away with, but jewels were spotted on the ground at that scene. a police officer is in the hospital after being involved in an accident in west philadelphia. late last night. investigators were called to the 5700 block of girard avenue to find the police vehicle and two other cars at the crash scene. the front of cruiser pretty banked up. the officer and a person in another vehicle both taken to presbyterian medical center in stable condition. the cause of that crash is now under investigation. well tomorrow mayor jim kenney teaming up with the philadelphia commission on human relations to release a report on discrimination and racism win physical's lgbtq community. the findings coming out after a public hearing in october.
the new data coming just days after transgender woman says she was assaulted on the streets of center city. the victim in town for an lgbtq convention. jennifer joyce has more from the scene where this all happened. hi, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. live here in center city just across the street from city ha hall. it happened two days ago friday afternoon. we know that philadelphia police are actively pursuing this case. they have posted the facebook live video which documents the attack on their youtube channel so let's take look. police want to see if any body recognizes this man. it was friday afternoon when victim rihanna quigley a transgender woman from seattle started filming this video. she says she was walking with two friends across from city hall when a man approached and stared her up and down. rihanna says she asked what the look was for? and things escalated. when the name calling turned physical rihanna hit the record button. she is in town for a week long
lgbtq conference. she and others say far too often transgender women are targeted with hate. >> the man had approached me and had hit me first with some groceries or something and then he came at me again and punched me in night face and broke my sunglasses. >> this happens on a regular not just here in philadelphia all over the world, you know, transgender individuals especially transgender women of color are usually targeted. we are victimized. we're abused. we're murdered. >> reporter: rihanna did say she really appreciates the philadelphia police department acting swiftly and sensitively with this case. again, if you recognize that man, you're you were to do give police a call. lauren? >> jenny joyce, thank you so much. it all started as a simple social media post. it was a challenge for people to stand up for women's rights. well yesterday women's marches all around the world brought out more than 2 million people. here in philadelphia, the parkway was jam packed with an estimated 50,000 people much the march started at logan square
moved to eakins oval. the event priding itself on its peaceful approach. >> it's amazing. absolutely amazing to see our communities, the women, there are men here, there are children, older people, everybody come together for one great cause. it's awesome. >> philadelphia police say there were no arrests as a result of yesterday's demonstration, and in washington, d.c., an estimated 500,000 marchers squeezed on to the national mall with their friends, families and hand drawn signs. large crowds gathering in almost the same spot where president donald trump was sworn into office just one day before. the massive movement speaks to the power of social media. the idea was born in hawaii when a grandmother posted on facebook after hillary clinton lost the election. months later, an estimated to .6 million people participated in more than 600 marches in the us and 32 other countries. we never heard from the president about the w's march. he spoke from the cia
headquarters making a personal police for reconciliation. john roberts has the story from the white house. part al tempt to change subject from the mass protests across the nation but it was also an indication that the trump administration plans to bush back aggressively over false reporting and roaring they don't particularly like. press secretary sean spicer going off on the media for tweet that falsely claimed that president trump had removed the bust of mlk from the oval office and reports that trump's crowd fort inauguration was far smaller than that of president obama in 2009. >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period both in person and around the globe. these attempts to less sent enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong. >> reporter: it was theme that carried over to president trump's visit to the cia. may have feuded with the top leaders of the intelligence community james clapper and john brennan, but president donald trump received a standing ovation from staff at the cia. right back at you said the president as he praised the
women and men in the front lines of intelligence gathering and analysis. >> i believe that this group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country to toward making us safe, toward making us winners again. >> reporter: his praise stood in sharp contrast to statements he made earlier in the campaign where he appeared to call into question the hierarchal of the american intelligence. the president blamed the media for that perception. >> i am with you a thousand percent. >> they sort of made it sound like i had a feud with the intelligence community. and i just want to let you know the reason you're number one stop is exactly the opposite. i love you. i respect you. >> reporter: his diss taken ft. meade ya took the president through a sharp pivot. in front of the stars that honor personnel who laid down their lives for their country president donald trump litigated media reports that the crowd count for his inauguration. mr. trump claimed it was
1.5 million. photos appear to show a far smaller crowd than when barack obama drew 1.8 million. >> they said donald trump did not draw well. it looked honest it look like a million and a half people. we had 250,000 literally around the little bowl that we constructioned that was 250,000 people. the rest of the, you know, 20 block area all the way back to the washington monument was packed. so we caught them and we caught them in beauty and i think they'll pay a big price. >> reporter: at the white house, john roberts, fox news. >> i was watching coverage of this yesterday on my couch. flipping from different networks. >> yeah. >> i think everyone was just shocked and surprised by the tone of what was happening. what was being said. the accusations being hurled at the media. for me when we were waiting for about an hour to hear from the press second it was like what's he going to say? apparently we thought he was going to address everyone about the women marching because two hahnemann tours that flanked the podium had the marchs in them. they made no mention of that. >> a different turn.
>> took a completely different turn and just hurl all kind of accusations at the media and blamed us for causing all these problems and it was just like wow. >> yeah. >> the problem i have it's day two. >> for the people out there like myself who say, okay, i listened to all the trump supporters and i've been honest on this show i did not vote for the man but he's our president and i'm willing to give him an opportunity much it's day two. your losing your mind sending your press secretary out there to paint over pictures and the media. >> i think that's what a lot of people are worried about. it was like we're getting scolded for things that happened on twitter. just ignore it. everyone kind of says things on twitter. sometimes they may not mean it. it was kind of chaotic yesterday. hopefully we'll move passed that. >> day two. focus. >> yeah. keep them focused. later in the show, a former eagles player pushing the league -- nfl to accept medical marijuana. ness our studios this morning with a doctor. their argument want the league has to say about the great drug
add crack in it. drivers are being warned to prepare for traffic delays of course bob kelly will be here bright and earl tomorrow morning with detours and ways around that closure and scott it may cause some troubles because you say we'll have weather moving in overnight. >> yeah absolutely. kind of adding insult to injury. we'll keep the fog around first thing this sunday morning. temperatures though will be above average. so as we go hour by hour you can see the overcast skies but temperatures early starting out in the mid to upper 40s by noon nearing 50 degrees mostly cloudy by 3:00. temperatures topping out in the low 50s a good 12 degrees above the average for this time of year. but right now, we are focused in on that reduced visibility. down to a quarter of a mile in wilmington. quarter of a mile in trenton. 1 mile visibility currently in atlantic city. we have a half a mile in pottstown. look at those temperatures right now. once again the average is 40 degrees. so already at this early 7:15 hour, 46 degrees. currently in philadelphia. we have 45 in atlantic city.
46 in wildwood. low 40s right now once you move north and west. as go hour by hour we have the morning clouds. the showers first thing down the shore but that activity will kind of move away but throughout the day we keep mostly cloudy skies so no sunshine on tap for your sunday. but then as we move later on tonight, we're watching another round of light rain moving in to parts of south jersey, also, in central southern delaware but the heaviest of the rain will hold off until tomorrow morning. back to work and school. look at the clock here 10am watching moderate to heavy rain kind of pivoting throughout the area for tomorrow and then by tomorrow night, we have most of that moisture tapering off colder air might rush in farther north and west to change things over to wintry precip mix. look at those future wind gusts. by 11:00 o'clock tonight gusting up to 30 miles an hour down the shore. and here's that concern by 9:00 a.m. on monday, we're talking winds in philadelphia gusting over 40 miles per hour. gusting over 50 miles per hour
down the shore. so we could be looking at beach erosion, some minor coastal flooding and also some sporadic power outages far south and east. much more coming up. back to you. >> all right. scott, belly up to the bar. looser regulations now neck for beer retailers in pennsylvania. you can now buy any quantity you want for years you can only buy cases and kegs from distributors. but now there's no limit. the law signed in november also let's bars start selling booze at 9:00 a.m. on sundays without the requirement of selling food in pennsylvania' can now join beer of the month clubs that ship direct toll their homes. and that law is just in time for this next story. why not exercise while you knock back a cold one. beer yoga is here and it could be come to go yoga studio near you. it was first enjoyed by berlin hipsters it found its way to australian shores. beer yoga builds itself as the marriage of two great loves. beer and yoga.
i don't know. i'm not beer drinker i'm not big on yoga. i'm not the expert to speak on that. do you like beer? >> yes. >> you like yoga. >> i do actually. >> you think would go together. >> sciatic nerve issues. it work out well. >> never tried yoga. >> like the bot physical was helping them with their balance or something. >> i know. >> almost like it was a peace of workout equipment. >> i know. >> it did look like. jenny joyce likes yoga and i think she likes beer. jenny joyce, would you try this? >> reporter: absolutely. i think it's perfect marriage. to be honest i haven't done yoga class since college so adding on a beer to the class might be a disaster for me personally, but i love the idea of doing recreational sport and adding a beer. you know, they have a lot of sports here in philadelphia. enter mural sports, softball teams and they are always having a beer just playing. i just think it's fun. not the yoga class you'll take five days week. but i think it's fun. relax and hang out with friends. meet new people. >> i agree.
i think you spice it up a little bit. don't tell people when you're going to have beer yoga class. like jenny said don't do it every day you might give people incentive to come. you don't know which day you'll get beer. >> different beer. different variety. >> you sweat the beer out of your system. you'll go out there and play beer -- softball leagues why not have beer yoga. >> we'll see who does it first in philly. we'll send jenny joyce to the class to check it out. >> there you go. >> tough assignment there. >> all right. jenny, thank you so much. there are a lot of choices at the drugstores and there are a few things you need to know about over the counter pain medications. we asked one doctor to break down the basics. what can you use medications do what side effect can they cause and how to choose the right one. best over the counter medication to stop your pain. dr. sharon, says that depends why you're hurting and you've got two main choices at the drugstore. >> one type is a seat minute tow fenn or tylenol and the other
type is the family that we call nsays or non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. >> ibuprofen, motrin, aspirin or neutrons sin all nsays. >> one of the main differences the nsaid family are anti-inflammatory so they're not just pain relievers. they reduce inflammation. tylenol has no anti-inflammatory properties so it is pure al pain reliever. >> reporter: for a headache or fever acetaminophen may be your best bet. >> if you sprain your ankle, if you stub your toe inflammatory type injuries you're better off taking anti-inflammatory pain reliever. >> reporter: but what about side effects? the doctor says there can be plenty. >> i think a lot of people underestimate the potential side effects and risk of over the counter pain medication. >> reporter: read the label, take only the recommended dose and keep in mind most side effects come with regular use. >> if you just use it sporadically there's less of an issue. >> reporter: common side
effects of tylenol include nausea and stomach pain and ibuprofen can cause stomach irritation. >> if you have a sensitive stomach take it with food. that's really critical. blood thin kearse can increase your risk of bleeding. >> reporter: i brew faux 10 can cause kidney problems and acetaminophen hassling to do liver damage. >> if you have underlying liver disease, you should star clear of acetaminophen and if you drink excess alcohol broken down by the liver you could steer clear of that. good tips to know. okay. if you take one of these over the counter medications regularly make sure your doctor knows. researchers say some issues like kidney or liver problems can only be detected by blood work. keep your cell phone close during your workout. a lot of you may use it to pump music your headphones. you might want to reconsider that. we will explain why, and kissing from far away.
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we can't forget people cheering for the falcons. maddie ice has ties to our area. >> true. >> penn charter. >> true. >> i gotcha my hometown team. >> i'm feeling it. >> rooting for the falcons. >> you are. >> i am. former eagles todd harmins coming up in just a minute. >> we can ask him what he thinks about the game. >> it appears talking or texting on your phone while exercising could be more than just dangerous for your health. it can spell trouble for your workout and two studies researchers found playing on your cell lowers the intensity of your workout. du had. ? did we need research for that. >> not at you will. >> it also affects your balance which could increase your risk of injuries. researchers say this does not mean you cannot listen to music while exercise you simply shouldn't be more focused on your phone than on the activity at hand. long distance relationships can be tough. we know that especially those lone moments.
could new device help bridge the gap. producer candace went digging and she found this. the kissing meter. it allows couples to kiss to each other using pressure sens sensors even though they're far away. you can also talk to each other on an app on the phone and researchers say the device has been developed to allow partners to maintain intimacy and connect with each other's emotions. it's currently on the iphone lauren says no thank you. >> why? >> it seems silly. >> if it's long distance relationship and say your partner is, i don't know, in australia or -- >> you want to kiss a phone? >> exactly. >> pressure sensors. >> they do make the watch apparently you can feel -- >> the heartbeat. >> your partner's heartbeat. i've seen that before. >> okay. >> we had skype and face time. i'm good. >> face time. >> yeah. >> i'm good. >> save that money and purchase a ticket to fly. >> or just say i don't want to
be in long distance relationsh relationship. >> that could work too as well. [ laughter ] >> you can't blame people for trying. there's an app for everything these days. >> that's true. people just do things just to do them. let's try to make some money. the kissing jer. >> find someone else to kiss. >> right. [ laughter ] >> we already know things have a lot of germs. your kiss your phone. >> they're making like a little thing -- it's too much. no thank you. >> there's an app for everything these days. >> i'll leave that one alone. former eagles player pushing the throwing accept medical marijuana. he is in our studios this morning with a doctor. their argument and what the league has to say about the great drug debate. that's coming up.
♪ >> this adorable child usually confined to wheelchair. take look. he's stan wagon local business owner did that could change this boy's live forever. plus, the great big glow street debate. grab themselves or get them delivered to your door. we'll talk about it. scott williams has a strong opinion. welcome back you're watch going day weekend. i'm lauren johnson. scott, we'll talk about the big grocery debate in a second. first weather that is at the top of everyone's mind on this sunday morning as they head outside. >> absolute, lauren. we're keeping tabs on dense fog inland areas down the shore right now we're still looking at some of light to moderate rain
heaviest of the rain won't really arrive until tomorrow. so as i expand the view take look at all of this moisture to get through off to the south. the main system that we're watching for tomorrow is still well out to the west. around places like arkansas and oklahoma. so that will kind of spin its way up the eastern seaboard along with a lot of that moisture. so we have the dense fog advisories for parts of the area this morning. the heaviest rain tomorrow and then that concern for winds gusting up to 50 even more miles per hour. so we have some of the fog. we have the humidity but look at the temperatures. mid 40s right now. that's six grease above the average for this time of year look at the fog 1 mile visibility right now atlantic city. quarter of a mile in wilmington along with trenton north and west. we're looking at about half a mile to a quarter of a mile. temperatures right now low mid fours across the area for today, we'll top out around 52 in center city. kind of foggy, some drizzle those morning showers down the shore 50 degrees. upper 40s in the lehigh valley. but look at the map. all of the colors.
we have wind advisories inland areas of south jersey, i-95 corridor, high wind warnings down the shore. winds there could gust up to 60 miles per hour. also to note coastal flood advisories in green. so the main high tide that is we're watching four to 5am tomorrow and then four to 5:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. so temperatures for today, low 50s. we have the wind and rain tomorrow and then that cloud cover dissipates by the middle part of the week. back over to you. >> all right, thank you so much scott. more than half of u.s. states allowed for the use of medical marijuana now players in one of america's most favorite sports are involved in the fight. pot is on the national football league's ban substances list but more and more players are calling for the league to reconsider its stance. joining to us discuss the issue former eagles player todd harmans and the doctor david nathan. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having us. >> let's talk from football perspective. you have some pain you get
injured. hand out some pretty powerful painkillers. >> correct. >> you think kind of does more damage than maybe what you're saying medical marijuana can do? >> well, what i'm looking at over all in the nation we're having a huge crisis with opioids right now. the numbers are one out of seven players in the nfl leaves the game with some sort of opiate addiction or problem, misuse. so what i'm saying is there's 22 out of 32nfl -- to out of 32nfl teams in a state where they offer medical marijuana as an alternative medicine and what i'm saying is, why won those 22 teams at least look into offering it to diverge from handing out opiate. >> doctor, your perspective from a medical standpoint. prohibition on cannabis has been a mistake from the beginning. it was never based on science, and its enforcement has been racially biased. and when you bring it down to the level of the nfl, it's
actually the same thing. it's interesting that of at some point mid season 19 players that were suspended for drug violations, 18 of those were african-americans. and i'm not saying there's inherent racial bias or intentional racial bias but it works out that way. and even if you think there's no good medical plick for cannabis it still should not be against the law and should not be against the rules for the nfl. it really should be treated like alcohol. >> some would say that it's too early to say. there's not enough research that proves exactly what the benefits of it is and so we should step out of that for now and just wait and find out. >> um-hmm. >> well i think that the biggest thing you have to listen to, um, the players actual ones going through it with their bodies and stuff. me personally, i use cannabis as very recreational to start through college and through my early days in the nfl. not until it was taken away from me by failing a test and getting put through the drug program by
the nfl i realized wow my pain is really catching up to me. i wasn't -- i didn't know i was using it as pain management but i was and now that i wasn't able to use it it was taken from me my body started to deteriorate and i noticed it so then what did i do? i went into the trainers to get what i can, and it turn out to be open 88s. i noticed how hypocritical it seemed they're trying to help me with my problem from marijuana something nobody ever died from and give me opiates which is one of the major problems in our country right now. >> is it that easy to go into a training room in the nf license get them like that without a prescription? >> um, if you have pain or issues or whatever, they'll be able to get i was prescription. >> gotcha. >> now, the nfl -- >> not the doctors are doing anything wrong. they're doing what they're allowed to at this point. >> sure. >> nfl they released a statement in regards to this. right now it's not something that we're actively considering. our doctors are always evaluating that. if they see they can improve our policies or what we can do
better to protect our players or help our players, we'll look at it ". >> do you think that's fair? >> the thing to keep in mind that the nfl doctors are bee holden to the nfl. harvard medical school recently came out with report about athletes and pain control and they said a couple of interesting things. one of them is that the doctors should not be be holden to the nfl in making clinical decisions. the other one which is really remarkable is saying that -- that the players health should not be used as a negotiating point in the collective bargaining agreement. why would we put that into the rules that's what the nfl is saying, look, the cba says this, and until our doctors tell us to change it, and the doctors who are be holden to us and listening to what we have to say, then we're not going to change anything and the doctors are not inclined to go against the nfl. we spoken with them privately and this is what some of them are telling. >> you both think the players to have the bigger voice?
>> obviously, the doctors need to weigh in but if you look at the evidence, if you look at the hundreds of studies done to show that the benefits of cannabis for pain are quiet clear and that the safety profiles a lot better, of course, listen to the athletes because they know their bodies, but also listen to the science and listen to what the evidence tells. >> it took a lot of guts to put your name to this, right? >> to me it just seems like a common sense thing. what the rising crisis with opiates and how many people a year or or dying from opiate overdoses i think it's important and for the nfl, the owners are always have our best interest in mind, and, you know, with that being such a problem right now they need to look to alternative route to help players manage their pain, and there's also properties they need research on because cannabis has some protective properties to it with all the scare with concussions and everything with the nfl i
think they should at least research it and find out exactly what that all entails. >> all right. while you're here, ask you about football. >> let's go. >> my atlanta falcons and maddie ice has a connect to the area. playing aaron rodder injuries and the packers today. what do you think? >> i mean, i would would love to pick atlanta i'll big pick green bay -- listen -- [ laughter ] >> last week all of my picks lost. >> there you go. >> feel good now. >> i'll pick green bay. >> don't ask him. let's ask dr. nathan. who do you like today? >> whoever todd likes. >> i'm going with the falcons as you guys know. >> yes. >> thank you both for stopping by. >> thanks for having us. on. >> what are we doing now? going to break? i don't know. all right. let's go to break. ♪
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>> reporter: how did you feel walking along like that? >> i was walking happy. >> reporter: cerebral palsy forced louis to use a wheelchair or crawl to get around. >> this part is the vest for louis. >> the folk at his school learned about this piece of equipment the up see would allow him to be up right and walking. with plenty of help from the the adult he's connected but it wasn't cheap. 500 bucks. that's where fate stepped in. brown is substitute teacher at north main street. he's also an uber driver. his passenger one fateful night the owner of jbhvac and a fellow mason jim burke. >> i hear about, um, this device in schools the teachers talking about doing a fundraiser and i'm just talking up a storm. >> burke cut him off. forget the fundraiser he said. i'll buy the device. >> why do this? >> it was right thing to do. >> reporter: soon the little boy who couldn't walk standing up in front of his friends
feeling 10 feet tall. >> his reaction was pure joy. you can see it from the smile from ear to ear. my reaction was tears. i was so happy and so moved. >> reporter: in the room to see it all, brown and the stranger who opened his wallet and his heart. there are those who will say jim burke changed luis life. >> the truth is he changed mine. i gave $500 and got a million dollar smile. >> reporter: bruce gordon, fox 29 news. ♪
♪ that's a look at market street. 7:46 on this sunday morning. scott, no rain just yet but it will be a different scene out there come tonight. right? >> absolutely. we are watching a powerful storm system that will increase the winds across the area. down the shore, winds could gust tomorrow up to 60 miles per hour but we have that fog. we have the drizzle. overcast conditions for your sunday across the area once again most of that rain will hold off until tomorrow but take look at the temperatures by noon nearing 50. 52 for the afternoon high temperature. but right now look at the reduced visibilities down to quarter of a mile in places like lancaster, wilmington, trenton as well down to 2 miles right now in philadelphia. so some of those first flights out could be delayed. the temperatures right now, 46 philadelphia. millville, wildwood 46. we have 42 that's a popular
number north and west. so we have those morning showers right now down the shore. that activity will kind of pull away. as we go throughout the afternoon most of the heavy rain still well off to the south and west. it's not really until after midnight when we really start to see some of that moderate to heavy rain by tomorrow morning. watching the clock here we're looking at heavy rainfall widespread across the area during the afternoon into the evening time frame for tomorrow before things finally start to taper off and take look at that. far north and west toward the poconos the lehigh valley some of that could eventually change over to a wintry mix. look at those winds gusting later on this evening. by monday we're talking about winds gusting over 50 miles per hour down the shore. so that will be the concern. we have some coastal flood advisories posted for tomorrow and take lock at the rainfall forecast by tomorrow night. we're closing in on about 2-inches of rain in philadelphia. over that in atlantic city. so here's the bottom line for the morning. dense fog some morning showers
parts of south jersey and delaware. tomorrow that's the bulk of the heavy rain one to 2-inches and then we're watching for those winds once again gusting up to 50 miles an hour inland. 60 miles an hour down the shore. all right. so the sixers talk of the town right now, right? >> um-hmm. >> that's right, lauren. yes. sixers are playing really well. >> um-hmm. >> okay. we'll talk little bit about the highlights. they were playing last night. as you may have heard sixers heading into last night's game versus the atlanta hawks. they won eight out of their last 10 games and have made the season a tad bit more interes interesting by inserting their name into the playoff race. hey, with 41 games to go. >> what? >> anything is possible. to hot land today we go. no joel embiid due to back to backs. okafor getting the star. second quarter sixers down two. watch this move by tc mcconnell beautiful spin move. ill so have a finished with 21
on the night. sixers down eight. schroder drives and the lay up. dwight howard one hand jam. sixers lose a tough one, 110-93. the good news, ben simmons scheduled for final scan tomorrow and debut getting closer according to the pressed operations mr. brine company alan angelo. >> flyers coming off man today pour bye week. no better time to get a few days way fort flyers. losers four out of their last five including embarrassing loss last sunday to the capitals. the flyers were looking forward to getting back out on the ice. last night versus the new jersey devils. to the wells fargo center we go. first period miles wood takes out -- he doesn't like it. wood and simmons duke it out. wood got a little bloody. wayne taking it to it. it gets interesting much wood he would get redemption. see what i did. last name is wood. he would get redemption he scored two guys aft the fight, folks. not one but two.
that one right passed steve hey mason. by week, revved it still didn't matter the flyers continue to struggle. they go on to lose four to one. talking about college basketball villanova also at the wells fargo center. first half notify up three. josh hart with the steal watch this give and go pretty smooth right there. hart finished with 25 like a machine. second half, pulling away up 17. friars stripped again. bridges all alone he slams it home. nova goes on to win, 78-68. their faith straight win. villanova eight-zero all time at home when ranked number one. >> best dressed man in basketball. >> i heard that before. >> the nfl playoffs they pick up this afternoon with both afc and nfc championship. it's your usual suspects new england patriots and the pittsburgh steelers. when both of these faced off earlier this season the steelers were putt without their quarterback ben roethlisberger and the patriots won easily 27 27-16 but of course no matter that past result the steelers
are excited for another crack at the patriots. >> everybody is going to have those jitters because this is the big moment, um, but you just -- you just use that energy in positive light. um, you let that energy ignite you, not scare you. >> we have to chance to make history especially for the nation, you can feel that energy from my fans and throughout the locker rooms the coaches especially with the past veteran players that have been here that was part of the last super bowl. >> look forward to that and looking to the forward to the game we have. nfc champion shim game happening right here at 3:00 p.m. green bay packers traveling to atlanta take on the falcons. kick off at 3:00. you can only catch that game, where, lauren. >> on fox right here. there's a tweet someone sent out because we were talking about the game and i was like, ut-oh, who going for the falcons. who is going for the packers. pj says i get the local tie with maddie ice aaron and the pack
beat the stick kin cowboys. i got to stick with the hometown team. scott where you watching the game all excite idea. >> rue elli excite. >> you didn't invite. >> i need no distractions. i need help with what to wear. >> diehard for the nfc championship. >> pick one of these. these are high two options. >> this is strong already. >> the be dazzled atl falcons logo. >> okay g that's one option. >> good option much. >> that's classic. i wear that one lot. >> diamonds on there. >> are you scared of this one. >> it's red and black the colors you need. >> are those -- classy but i cuss a little. [ laughter ] >> someone said during the game you might -- whatever words come out. >> yell at the tv. >> what do you say. >> be dazzled or classy but i cuss a little. >> what's diamond going to wear your little dog. >> diamond has red and black. >> she's got a matty ice jersey. >> lauren i having to be with the be dazzled jersey.
past into an inspiration for others to get healthy. brian lewis spin instructor at full cycle philly's newest fitness craze. >> up, back, up in the studio ryan teaches clients how to dance on stationary bike but he also aims to inspire by sharing a darker part of his past a dame struggle with drug addiction. >> i wanted to be another story, another voice because at the end of the day, what i went through and what so many people like me have gone through is an isolat isolating destructive time in their lives. >> classes at cycle are 45 minutes. ryan's know lives battle can take much longer. to show me how he's done he gave me up close look at the spin class. >> you got right, right, right, left, right, left. >> i am doing something good for myself and i'm feeling really good and really powerful and larger than life. but in anarch wal way so that just got with time bigger and bigger i wanted more and more from that and less and less from the other stuff.
>> now ryan is back in this hometown to share his passion for exercise and his struggle overcoming substance abuse with philadelphia. >> i want to do that for at least one person and i want to do it through this vehicle because i know that it works. it worked for me and now it's time for me to work it for somebody else. >> i just always leave thinking that if ryan can overcome what he has then i can deal with whatever i have going on outside of the studio. >> ryan shares his journey to becoming clean with hundreds of friends and clients every day on bike that goes nowhere but everywhere. >> we have so much more strength and wherewithal to give than we thought we did, if we can do that in here, on a stationary bike, then what have i been doing out there? >> love his bravery and his courage for coming out and talking about his story. >> absolutely. i have had the privilege of taking his class. there's something almost spiritual about it. steeply inspirational. i real dollar rem it. >> all right. thanks for sharing that. you know where to fine us on social media fox 29 good day is the hash tag if you want to leave lexi and the other junior
>> from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. according to the radar the start of your work week is going to be wet one. how much rain can we get. scott breaks down the forecast in just a moment. millions around the globe raising their voices in the name of human rights. plus, the impromptu press conference at the white house. what was said and who trump's press secretary is blaming for inaccurate inauguration numbers. don't lose your cool fighting for raise in pay. how you can get your boss to show you the money. and the great big grocery debate. grab them yourself or get them delivered right to the door. we have differing opinions on this. >> it's going to get ughly. >> we'll talk about them. good day it's sunday
january 22nd, 2017. thanks so much for wake up with us this morning. so a lot going on in the sports world. we'll talk about shortly. >> oh yeah. >> including our big game here on fox. >> big game. packers and falcons right here at 3:00 p.m. >> packers and falcons. before the game people heading out for maybe church or other things, brunch. what can we expect outside today. >> well most of the heavy rain is going to hold off until tomorrow, but we're taking a live look right now toward the wood lock resort area in the pocono mountains. you can see that snow and you can also see the fog across the area so we're dealing mainly with the fog on this sunday morning. so just be mindful of that if you're stepping out early this sunday morning to head to church or to brunch. we'll keep overcast conditions for the entire day. we talked about this unsettled pattern yesterday and how we really won't see the sun until the middle part of the upcoming work week but look at the temperatures above average. nearing 50 by noon. low 50s by 3:00 this afternoon. so the main headlines on this sunday morning we're watching that dense fog the heaviest rain tomorrow and then another
concern winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour. so look at the reduced visibilities across the area down to 1 mile in atlantic city. we're looking at about quarter mile visibility once you move north and west of philadelphia. so just be careful on the roads. temperatures above average. we're looking at low 40s north and west. mid 40s right now along the i-95 corridor and parts of south jersey. so some light rain early this sunday morning. that will exit the coast but as i expand the view take look at this swirl off to the west. that's the main storm system that will head in our direction overnight tonight and during the day tomorrow. in fact look at how future wind gusts will really ramp up. 9am tomorrow morning, look at philadelphia. gusting over 40 miles per hour. gusting over 50 miles per hour down the shore so we can have some minor coastal flooding also beach erosion and there could be some sporadic power outages especially far north and west. how much rain are we talking about? on average one to 2-inches. much more on the timing of this very powerful storm system coming up.
lauren, back over to you. >> scott, thank you so much let's start with breaking news out of philadelphia crescen crescentville unable. police there searching for a suspect they say broke in a jewelry store and investigators say the burglary happened just before 2:00 o'clock this morning in kim tan jewelry store on the 5500 block of whitaker avenue. we do not know how much jewelry the suspect was able to get away but we do know jewels were spotted on the ground at that scene. a police officer is in the hospital after being involved in an accident in west philadelphia late last night. investigators were call to the 5700 block of girard avenue to find that police vehicle and two other cars at the scene. the fronts of the cruiser pretty banked up. the officer and another person in another vehicle were taken to presbyterian medical center in stable condition. the cause of that crash is now under investigation. tomorrow, mayor jim kenney teaming up with the philadelphia commission on human relations to release report on discrimination and racism within the philadelphia's lgbtq community the filing coming out of a
public hearing held back in objection. new data coming just days after a transgender woman says she was assaulted on the streets of center city. the victim in town for an lgbtq convention. jennifer joyce has more on the assault. hi, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. we know that philadelphia police are actively pursuing this case and they have a really good idea of who this man was that did this attack on this transgender woman. thanks to the victim who is rolling a facebook live video at the time. let's take look at this video. see if you recognize him. it happened on friday afternoon. that's when rihanna quigley a transgender woman from seattle started filming this video. she said she was walking with two friends across from city hall when man approached her and stared her up and down. rihanna says she asked what the look was for and things just escalated when the name calling turned physical rihanna hit the record button. she's in town as lauren said for a week long lgbtq conference. she and others say far too often
transgender women are targeted with hate. >> it was from there the man had a approached me and had hit me first with some groceries or something and then he came at me again and punched me in my face and broke my sunglasses. >> this happens on a regular not just here in philadelphia all over the world, you know, transgender individuals especially transgender women of color are usually targeted. we are victimized, we're abused, we're murdered. >> reporter: philadelphia police actually posted that facebook live video on their youtube channel, and the victim tells us that she really appreciates the philly pd acting swiftly and sensitively with her case. so if you have any idea who that man is if you recognize him or if you want to see the video again head to fox 29.com and definitely give police a call. lauren? >> jenny joyce, thank you so much for the update on that story. all right. yesterday it started as a simple social media post challenge for people to sort of stand up for women's rights.
well women's marches all around the world bout out more than 2 million people yesterday. here in philadelphia the parkway was jam packed with an estimated 50,000 people. the march started at logan square moved to eakins oval. the event priding itself on its peaceful approach. >> amazing. absolutely amazing to see our communities, the women, there are men here, there are children, older people, everybody come together for one great cause much it's awesome. >> philadelphia police say there were no arrests as a result of yesterday's demonstration, and down in washington, d.c., an estimated 500,000 marchers squeezed on to the national mall with friends, families and those hand drawn signs we saw everywhere. the crowds gathering in almost the same spot where president donald trump was sworn into office just one day before. the massive movement speaks to the power of social media. the idea was born in hawaii when a grandmother posted on facebook after hillary clinton lost the election. months later an estimated 2.6 million people participated in more than 600 marches in the
us and 32 on the countries. we never heard from the president about the women's march. instead he spoke from the cia headquarters making a personal plea for reckon silage. john roberts has the story from the white house. >> reporter: partly in attempt to change the subject from the mass protests across the nation but it was also an indication that the trump administration plans to push back aggressively over false reporting and reporting they don't particularly like. press secretary sean spicer going off on the media for a tweet that falsely claimed that president trump removed the bust of mlk from the oval office and reports the trump's crowd for the inauguration was far smaller than that of president obama in 2009. >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period both in person and around the globe. these attempts to lessen the enthusiasm of the inauguration are shameful and wrong. >> reporter: it was a theme that carried over to president trump's visit to the cia. may have feuded with the top leaders of the intelligence
community james clapper and john brennan but president donald trump received a standing ovation from staff at the cia. right back at you said the president as he praised the women and men on the front lines of intelligence gathering and analysis. >> i believe that this group is going to be one of the most important groups in this country toward making us safe, toward making us winners again. >> reporter: his praise stood in contrast to statements he made earlier in the campaign where he appeared to call into question the quality of american intelligence. the president blamed the media for that perception. >> i am with you a thousand percent. they sort of made it sound like high a feud with the intelligence community. i just want to let you know the reason you're number one stop is exactly the opposite. i love you. i respect you. >> reporter: this diss taken for the media took the president through a sharp pivot. in front of the stars that honor personnel who laid down their
lives for their country, president trump litigated media reports that the crowd count for his inauguration. mr. trump claimed it was 1.5 million. photos appear to show a far smaller crowd than when barack obama drew 1.8 million. >> they said donald trump did not draw well. it looked honest it looked like a million and a half people. we had 250,000 people literally around in the little ball we constructioneconstructioned. that was 250,000 the people. the rest of the 20 block area all the way back to the washington monument was packed. so we caught them and we caught them in a beauty and i think they're going to paying a big price. >> reporter: at the white house, john roberts fox news. >> renee' am more back from washington, d.c. part of the transition team she'll join is in our studio in just a few minutes and has per perspective and reaction and why republicans will be come to go philadelphia this week. >> will she be able to tell fuss there was 1.5 million there in d.c. >> she had the clicker and counter.
big debates over those numbers. speaking of numbers, have you ever had to have that awkward conversation with your boss about you think you should get more money? >> oh, yes. >> all right. >> it is awkward, too. >> it is, isn't it? >> you're like so... i need a big boost in my pay. dan rocatto joins us how to walk into the boss' office boldly and ask for more money in 2017. start your party prep with venus embrace sensitive with a...
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8:12 this morning. officials say it will be at least two weeks before they reopen major bridge that connects new jersey and pennsylvania. the pa turnpike commission says the delaware river bridge had to be shut down after painters noticed a crack. drivers are being warned to be prepared for traffic delays and of course tomorrow morning bob kelly will be here bright and early to help you with those detours and ways around the closure and he'll need some help from sue serio tomorrow but scott is here today with the weather because it's going to change drastically. >> absolutely, lauren. keeping tabs on very powerful storm system that really impact the delaware valley, down the shore, really on your monday. but as we look at ultimate doppler right now, we do have the clouds, we have some showers in particular parts of south jersey and as you move into southern delaware, that will kind of exit the area, but as we expand the view, take a look at the very potent swirl just north of dallas, texas. that's the main storm system that will move in our direction overnight tonight and tomorrow. live look outside of our studios showing you the fog that we are dealing with on this sunday
morning. visibilities have been greatly reducing. temperature wise right now, right around 46 degrees. but look at the humidity. it's close to 100%. so it's kind of air you can wear stepping outdoors on this sund sunday. visibility right now down to 1 mile in atlantic city. down to a quarter of a mile in wilmington. lancaster. reading. allentown. pottstown, and trenton. so that's why we have the dense fog advisories this morning. look at the wind advisories. that includes philadelphia interior parts of south jersey and delaware. winds here could gust up to 50 miles per hour but the high wind warning winds could gust up to 60 miles per hour down the shore for your monday. we also have coastal flood advisories posted for your monday. the high tide cycles that we'll watch will be 4am to 5am when you're watching sue and bob and then as we move toward the afternoon four to 5:00 p.m. on monday. right now, anticipating some minor coastal flooding but of course we'll continue to monitor that. so we have most of the heavy rain once again moving in after
midnight tonight as that powerful storm system kind of ramps up. winds out of the northeast gusting up to 50 miles an hour for tomorrow. the snow will stay far inland during the day on your monday. the seven day forecast showing you foggy skies unsettled weather we really won't broke out of the clouds until the middle part of the week. so umbrellas next several days. then sunglasses by the mill part of next week. back over to you. >> okay, scott as the job market continues to improve, employees finally getting leverage when it comes to negotiating their salaries. so we can boost our bank in 2017 according to dan but you know what, you have to be careful how you go about asking for that raise. >> more money in the old paycheck. this year you make more money. bring home more money. >> the smart way. >> the smart way. >> you can't just barge into the boss' office. >> usually not a good idea. [ laughter ] >> how about this? how about having the talk? >> not that one. the money talk it when it comes to your job.
good news it's easier than ever now because salaries have become of more transparent. average increase this year will be about 3% as lauren said but here's what you can do. do your homework. check out two web sites lauren the first is glass door.com. >> not glass ceiling? >> glass door. >> not glass ceiling. we made sure of that yesterday. we took care of that yesterday. >> we did. the other one is salary.com. you'll be able to find competitive salaries on the same job that you're doing in the same area. you can actually get it down to the zip code you're in what those jobs are paying. the idea you want to have that talk with fact. not just emotion, right? >> you can know your worth. >> exactly. the second thing is, sometimes you have jobs pop out no matter how, you're in a job it tops out in terms of salary. you want to make sure that you know that maybe your biggest pay raise is in the cubicle next door. let the boss know that you're interested and ready to take a leap to do something else within the same company. >> then you seem committed and loyal to the cause. >> exactly. >> in different position. >> exactly.
here's the deal. employees generally speaking want to stay with their employer. employers generally speaking want to stay -- want their employees to stay. >> right. >> cheaper to keep her. therefore it's in both interests to get that job within the company. >> okay. >> all right. >> sometimes you have to be become a free agent. >> that's true. >> right sean. >> that's true. >> test the mark. got to happen. guess what the average pay raise is about 3% this year but you can boost that by jumping ship. studies have shown that by changing employers job changers generally make another 10 to 20% extra. really. >> yes. >> one way to boost your pay recommend doing this every week is to change teams. go to the to another team. take the job at the other employer. get your resume together. sean brace, do you know this guy. >> look at that. >> sending those around? >> you know what's so funny so many people start saying i wish i can have job at this or that. send me your resume. i need to fix it and work on it. >> you never see it. >> you never see it.
>> got to be updated. >> always. >> 80% of resumes have one grammar error. it's incredible. at the university where i teach i see a lot of resumes for students. i help them with that. i'm shocked by the number of errors. the idea before you test the job market make sure you've got your act together. good resume. get yourself cleaned up a bit. >> that's true. >> get yourself interview skills that you maybe haven't done in while. make sure you're on board. >> last thing is, put more money in your paycheck by taking those perks that your employers are offering. millions of employees are not taking advantage of their 401k match. >> i know. >> at work. that is money that you're leaving on your employer's balance sheet instead of putting on your balance sheet. >> in the bank. >> you can put -- free gym memberships free banking procedures offer all kinds of perk. tuition reimbursement. >> parking sometimes. >> yeah. do we get parking? >> no. [ laughter ] >> i'm saying some people. >> that's complaint. >> i just got ticket yesterday. >> jeez. we're leaving money on the table
when we could be taking money home in our paycheck. be a aggressive be your own advocate and. >> my one question how do you sometimes open open the door for that conversation? that's the hard test part. you gave us great tips. people have that fear of walking into the boss' ross office. >> schedule that time. it's not around the wood water cooler around the men's room. you want to schedule time with the boss so they know exactly what the conversation is going to be about. and you're going to come with facts not emotion. >> i would thought your water cooler talk would have work. >> if your boss is a she that's probably not going to happen. >> i'm going to sent you. male link and we zen the link to this story and i want to talk to you about that. >> great intro. use this link to this segment that's great way to set that meeting up. >> i'll send you link in an e-mail we need to follow up. >> did you get that? >> you listening jim. >> jim, are you awake? >> all right. dan, thank you so much. >> you got it guys. great big grocery debate. this is a big one.
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much combing the my local super mark trying shop smart. sometimes i'm starving i throw in items i like but don't need. i'm trying a recipe. i'm on a hunt for a spice. sometimes i race through the produce section and grab anti-oxidant rich items doctors say will add so many years to my life it's exhausting, it's expensive and it's extra time that i don't really have. so at the suggestion of a friend at home i tried instacart for the first time and i am in love. i created an account. got a real from the friend it promised me $10 off and while i watch football if my bed last sunday in my pajamas i stuffed my cart. no awkward aisle maneuvers to get out of somebody's way no loading the grocery in my car in the rain no unloading from the car to the cart from the cart to the condo. it was simple, knock at the door. a tip an smile and i was done. four bags later, $80. and an $8 tip and guess what i made every meal at home last
week and did not eat out. so it cost me to eat last week, $80. >> what are you doing with that eggplant? [ laughter ] >> that's my question. >> the funny thing -- what are you doing with that eggplant. >> i posted picture the first one everyone notices i bought eggplant. thank emojis on apple i phones for the eggplant emojis that makes everybody's mind go wild. this is amazing. i love this. >> yeah. >> $80. i didn't have to leave the house my pajamas watched football. >> no problems. no issues. >> no issues at all. >> not yet. we'll did a segment like next month. okay. all right. >> i'm not saying you guys are right. i really like it. >> if i'm buying bocked stuff that's one thing if i'm picking out produce or stuff like that i got to go to the grocery store to do that myself. >> i agree. >> why? >> you can't check expiration dates. you may get that's going to expire in couple of days versus if you pick it up at the store you can check the expiration date and maybe have a week or two to use that product. >> okay. >> very true.
>> they'll give you the milling that will be expired three days from now. >> exactly. >> when you go to the store, you know, you searching for that one that's got three weeks. >> stocking secrets, like, you put the older dates back. >> that's very true. >> or the newer stuff behind the older stuff. >> my friend jenny joyce says instacart. maybe it's a woman thing. we're did you have id among gender lines, jenny joyce. >> reporter: i think it's the girls against the boys on this one lauren. i'm with you. amen to instacart. i've used instacart and also used other services to order my groceries from my couch i'm with you comfortable pajamas couch watching tv getting your food delivered to you nothing is better. i understand what they're saying though with the produce options. sometimes it has happened where i've gotten, you know, a rotten tomato or something here and there. i've also miscalculated ounces when you're looking to see how how much tomato sauce you might need i ordered a gigantic jar of tomato sauce by accident. not paying attention to that.
but overall i mean the convenience factor it's worth it. >> it's totally worth it. >> you lose the interaction, too. i mean, i used to work at a grocery store. you lose that, you know, rapport with your customers and i mean like if you're a butcher, they may hook you up with a special cut or something like that. >> the grocery store was a fabulous spot when i was a single man to go. you know, scout. >> right. >> but now -- >> you're missing out on love. >> take the women away from the grocery store. >> everybody will stay home. >> maybe i'll go back this sunday and see how it is. i'll let you know next weekend. okay? >> could president donald trump be spending part of his first week as commander in chief right here in our area? the annual event bringing big names in politics to philadelphia. ♪ where things come from?
how they get here? what they're packed in? it's a lot of stuff. and these things add up. that's why we recycle. [vo:]it's nice to know that raymour and flanigan is proud to be a leading recycler- 17 million pounds of recyclable materials every year. turned from trash into treasure. so in the future, we will all have a more beautiful world. ♪
♪ it's a different type of season. researchers have found divorce rates spike in january. why you're more likely to split up right now. plus, it's one of the hottest spots on 13th street. they are going to give us a sneak peek ahead of restaurant week. we'll tell you where and what you can expect. 8:30 on this sunday morning. thanks so much for joining us. let's to things over to scott williams for look at our forecast. hi, scott. >> hi there, lauren. we are socke socked with cloud . reduced visibilities.
foggy conditions on this sunday but temperatures are above average. look at this. we're in the mid 40s. 46 degrees right now philadelphia. humidity high at 93%. but take look at the reducing visibilities many locations down to a quarter of a mile places like trenton, wilmington once you move north and west dense fog advisories still in effect for the next several hours but take look at concern as we head toward monday. we have high win advisories along the i-95 corridor. but down the shore high wind warning in the warning area that's where winds could gust up to 60 miles per hour for your monday. we also have a coastal concern. coastal flood advisories in particular watching those high tides between 4am and 5am tomorrow and then again from four to 5:00 p.m. on your monday. but look at the water vapor imagery. this is the intensity of that powerful storm still off to the west. it will continue to head in our direction in several waves. so most of the heavy rain overnight tonight into your
monday. so back to work and school allow some extra travel time as we're dealing with those bands of rain and look at the winds. they will be how long so once again we'll be watching winds gusting up to 50 miles an hour inland. 60 miles an hour down the shore. seven day forecast showing you not really out of the clouds until the middle part of next week. back over to you. >> all right, scott, thanks so much. i all eyes will be on philadelphia this week. house and senate republicans will hold a joint retreat to discuss upcoming priorities now that president donald trump has been sworn. in here to speak on what we expect from the new administration republican strategist ren nay amoore thank you so much for joining. >> thank you for having me. >> you're fresh off a trip from wads. >> i've been there since wednesday up until today because of you. >> talk about the spirit, the atmosphere. everything that happened there. >> well, it was great. as far as i'm concerned we had protesters and everything but people just kept it going. some congress people didn't come but we cepit going. i think it was absolutely amazing. >> looking forward republicans will be here this week. you are part of the transition team.
what can we expect to be happening in philadelphia? >> well i'll be working in d.c. on the transition team because health and human services and part two is called the -- wee the ones that do the transition when obama left we were there. so that was exciting but what's going to happen here you'll have everybody here politically who needs to be here. they're going to come and they're going to set the tone and say what are we going to do, where are we, where we want to go and how we'll get there. first thing affordable care act. that's a biggy. >> that's a biggy. >> that's a biggy. >> let's talk about yesterday. we hear from sean spicer for the first time. he was angry. he was mad with reporters. let's take a listen to part of his press conference yesterday. >> photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that gathered on the national mall. >> sean spicer went after the media and said that we i guess as a collective group were intentionally and deliberately
trying to mislead the public. and then we never heard from the president yesterday about the massive numbers of people that turned out at the women's marches. your thoughts on that. >> you know he wasn't going get into that. it was his day. he was at church doing some things meter meeting with staff, there for swearing ins and stuff he wanted to keep it going. sean was upset because people showed the difference between obama and president trump what it looked like and stuff let me tell you it was still a amazing. >> why do you think president trump is so focused on the social media part of things. when things happen, he goes right to twitter. >> that's right. >> he responds and sometimes people say, it's not the best response. >> that's who he is. he'll continue to do that. you know what, we're not going to change him much this is guy that's 70 years old he's been doing that. he's about media. you know where he comes f you know how he work. and that's how he wants. let me be real -- won. let me be real clear about that. >> what are your thoughts -- he seems to be focused on that numbers about the turn out. he thinks that, you know, let's hear from him. i think the president said his
thoughts about what the numbers were there. >> we had it looked honestly looked like a million and a half people. whatever it was, it was, but it went all the way back to the washington monument. and i turned by mistake i get this network. it shows an empty field. it said we drew 250,000 people. now that's not bad. but it's a lie. >> why does he care so much? >> you know what, he cares if anybody criticizes him. that's who he is. and people made a big deal about it and of course he has to respond because donald trump president trump now will always respond. to make it right as far as he's concern. >> you're a woman. you saw what happened yesterday. 2.6 million women around the globe. 32 countries here in the us gathered in sort of let their feet dot talking and voices and signs also speak for their feelings. what do you think about that. >> i saw them all over. i think it's good if that's how people are feeling they need to get it out. we need to move on. let's give people a chance.
they haven't really seen anything yet. let's give him a chance. there is hope. people are saying there's no hope. i've had texts and e-mails saying it's going to be the end or whatever we're not going to have this. that's not true. that is not true. that was when he was running. now, he's the president and we have to do it. he's not going anywhere right now. >> you're saying -- >> get used it to. >> there's different drum. >> let's go. when you're running you're on a whole different thing. i've won campaigns before. i've been campaigning. you want people to buy into who you are and what is that,, what you're about. now he's there. so give him a chance. >> all right. you'll keep us in touch. >> you know i will. >> transition, you know, part two and we're there and we're having a good time, and that's all it is. >> renee' amoore joining us. thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> we'll take a quick break and we'll be right back.
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♪ we're playing celebratory music restaurant week kicks off today in center city and you may be looking for some healthy options to satisfy your taste buds this time around. don't worry we've got you covered. chef marcia joining us from barbie toes. dr. very ron any in a could have less ski. welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> restaurant week is so exciting it's one of my favorite teams of year in philadelphia i feel like you get to go to restaurants and sort of taste test on on a cheaper price. isn't that how it works.
>> it does. the cardiologist -- cardiology consultants of philadelphia love sponsoring restaurant weeks it gives our patients and families the opportunity to try heart healthy dishes. things they won normally have at home. >> we love that. >> and people can come for lunch. the $20 dinner is for three course meal. >> what are we going to make today. >> today we're doing heart healthy salad. everything is raw. these are all vegetables that are actual until season now. >> really. so colorful. >> these are heirloom carrots, yellow and orange. >> i love the big bowl. >> can't miss. >> purple carrots. look how beautiful those are. >> love. >> i don't think i've ever seen a purple carrot before. >> these are shall lots. >> where did you get these? >> you can go to reading terminal. >> gotcha. >> what are those? >> watermelon radishes. you can, um, we're doing it enough for four people. >> okay. >> any vegetable you want any season. >> okay. >> this is whole mint. >> fresh mint.
>> love some mint. >> i do too. >> these are shaved brussel sprouts and wholly parsley. i'm a big fan of whole herbs. >> okay. >> nice and cleansing. we have a lemon. >> to add zest. >> one of my favorite things. >> all right. >> the zest from the lemon. >> um-hmm g these are toasted cantaloupes. >> doctor, when you add nuts to salad that's we creep up on calories, isn't that right. >> we do but you get healthy fats from nuts. nuts are an essential part of heart healthy diet and all of the the beautiful vegetables that chef marcia just put in this dish are really what we want to see people eating because the colors, mean there's vitamins, minerals, and special chemicals that you don't have to buy at the health food store that will make you healthy. >> that's true. those supplements we try to get in the vitamins. >> they're in that bowl you add a general salt. did you see the viral video out there.
>> he kind of just like flicks the saul. >> let's talk about salt for one minute. >> okay. >> too much salt is not a good thing. it raises your blood pressure and increases your risk for stroke but a tiny bit of salt right at the end of the dish you're pog to taste is all right. where we get a lot of hidden salt from processed foods. chef marcy just made us all this beautiful food from scratch as close to nature as possible that's perfect. >> now she's doing a homemade dressing. >> the dressing really simple. little bit of honey, if you're vegan omit cheese and use a gave veigh. it's fresh lemon juice one part to two parts olive oil. >> i'm not trying to show off but my fiance' does make the homemade dressing. >> really? >> i'm just saying. she does. >> your lucky man. >> keep her. 48 days away. hello. >> sean is getting married soon, guys. >> congratulations. >> he needs healthy homemade dressings without the processing will keep you living well for long time. >> i'm hoping. you know what, i had a little bit of anxiety issue last year. had some family stuff and i went to the cardiologist and i was
worried. it came back as stress. >> gotcha. >> i'm 35 years old. oh i don't think anything to worry about i'm not stressed but obviously there's some things we don't know about. he said how is your diet. we concentrated on doing that. >> that healthy eating life long healthy eating you can share with your spouse or offspring or share with your loved one that will keep everybody moving forward through life, aging gracefully and doing what they can to prevent chronic disease such as diabetes, stroke, heart attack. >> this is beautiful. >> it is beautiful. >> now is this on the menu if we come for restaurant week or fancy display for us here today? >> no, this is on the menu for dinner and for lunch. >> you're the woman behind a lot of restaurants over in that area. name some of the others. >> we have five restaurants on 13th street. we have bar bhutto, mediterranean, lolita is mexic mexican. >> love lolita. >> thank you. >> little known in as like red sauce italian american.
name after my grandparents comfort food. >> what's your favorite one? >> all my favorites. >> exactly. >> they're all my favorites. >> very different reasons i'm sure. >> can we give people the website? >> absolutely. >> so ours is ccp docks.com and center city phila.org you can get more information about preparing dishes like this and heart healthy tips for keeping you well the rest of your life. >> we love it. is it better for people to make reservations or can you pop in. >> you should make reservations. >> it's easier that way. it gets really busy. >> two great programs. instagram contest. >> oh. >> if you send in photos going to the website, um, forest rapt week and there's also a chance to win 52 gift certificates. >> whoa! >> you're eating somewhere once a week. >> i love this. >> this is the best time because people always post pictures of their food. really? now there's incentive for doing it.
>> beautiful. >> that's beautiful. >> actually i'll take a picture of it right now. >> you're going to move it out the shot. >> show off. >> your soon to be wife will keep you. >> looking forward to tasting it as well. >> researchers have found divorce like in january -- spikes in january. why you're more likely to split up right now. we'll talk to someone about this. >> there it is. >> sprinkle of saul. [ laughter ] ♪ un-stop right there!
it's the most cerealriffic cereal. in all of history. yeah, it's that good. honey bunches of oats. this. is. everything. ♪ welcome back on this sunday morning. time now is 8:48. overcast conditions for today. we have the dense fog out there. first thing on this sunday but as we go hour by hour, temperatures actually above average the high topping out right around 52 degrees. but life look outside of our studios kind of showing you the foggy conditions. we have the high humidity but look at the temperatures. already above average at 46 degrees. that humidity high at 96%. take look at other concern we're talking about visibility down to 3 miles philadelphia. north and west of philadelphia down to quarter of a mile. so that is what we consider dense fog across the area. now, across the board, we're looking at upper 40s to low 50s. 52 degrees the high temperature in center city. we have that fog. we have the drizzle. morning showers down the shore. will keep mostly cloudy skies there and we have of course the
fog especially in the lehigh valley so here's the bottom line. sunday into monday, this morning dense fog, morning showers, most of the heavy rainfall arrives overnight tonight into your monday. yeah, one to 2-inches of rainfall expected but then take look at the winds. inland areas that includes around philadelphia we can see gusts 40 tee 50 miles per hour. down the shore high winds warnings. winds can gust up to 60 miles per hour. they start to ramp up look at the time as we move toward monday morning. philadelphia we could see winds by 9am gusting to 41 miles per hour. gusting mid to upper 50s nearing 60 miles an hour down the shore as we move toward monday afternoon. before they taper off monday night. how much rain? once again one to 2-inches we'll have another final check of weather coming up in about 10 minutes. ♪ oh, no. did you know divorce season. researchers have found you're more likely to file for divorce
in january. family holidays may influence when people file and many people wait until after big celebrations like christmas. here with us to explain it is family attorney amy goldstein. thanks so much for joining. >> good morning. >> so we make resolutions and we're all happy about our new lives in the new year but for some people it's not a fun time of year. >> well, people don't like to file for divorce during the holidays. so from basically from thanksgiving through new year's people like to hold off on starting the divorce because they want to try to keep the holidays a happy time for their family. so a lot of times people come in and talk to the attorneys before the holiday start. but they'll wait until after the holidays are over before they really start the process going. >> and i think that's amazing that they can sort of be that mature to say we'll come in, discuss this, wait it out, enjoy the holidays i say with air quotes and then we'll come back. >> right. >> how do they do that? that's their reasoning for that pause? usually kids? >> yeah it's usually chirp that they don't want to, you know, kids will always remember when the divorce started because
there's a lot of intensity and there's lot of tension when the divorce starts they'll remember for holidays going forward that will always be remember as the time the divorce starts. they don't want that to be part of the christmas or the hanukkah or whatever the holiday is they don't want that to be part of their memory the other reason the adults are also very busy and they're also very, you know, stressed out during the holidays doing all the things that they do during that season, so when you start divorce there's lot of, you know, work involved and you're seeing the attorney and you're doing paper work. so you don't want to add more stress and more work on yourself either during that season. so it's easier once the kids go back to school easier to start the process at that point. >> a little self interest not just for kids. >> when you say spike what type numbers are we talking about p. >> it gets very busy after january. tends to slow down in terms of new cases and that time period, and then it does people start really coming in in january and really starting. it doesn't mean you're filing right away you don't always file right i was it way. you're starting the pros in one way or another.
>> you can see drastic differences in january whether you're phone ringing more, more e-mails flooding your in box with people starting the proce process. for new clients starting the process, yes. in that time period, we have a lot of older cases that are finishing up. the courts like to finish up the older case in that time period so we're not any less busy but the new cases starting up tend to start up not in -- late objection or november. 10 to start up those cases tend to wait until january. it's definitely -- very noticeable. we didn't need a study to tell us that. it's very noticeable. >> you know why that is, right? save that money on the roses? >> valentine's day. >> right. >> safe money. what's another time, is there every another lull in the year where it sort of slows down or picks back up? >> you know right before school when people are very busy getting the kids ready for school at the end of the summer when people are back from vacations. and there are just kind of trying to reset themselves for the school year then it gets a little bit slower at that time also. >> it's good. awhile you're here, let me ask you how do you ease into a
pre-up in conversation? i kid. >> come see me. >> he's getting mary. >> what is the countdown. >> i believe 48 days. 47 days. i am joking. >> actually it doesn't have to be something you're joking about. pre-up ins -- >> to each their own. >> exactly. depending on the circumstances. usually people who have been married before, maybe they have children from a prior marriage they want to make sure what assets they have will go to their children of their prior marriage as opposed to, arc lot of older people are getting remarried. it's pretty common. >> that's totally respectful. i do. but for somebody like myself, 35 and 30, you know -- >> different situation. >> i get the couch. [ laughter ] >> we got a cat now, too. >> emotional with the cat. >> they're like little people to us. >> amy goldstein, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> we'll take a quick break and we'll be right back. ♪ (vo) at friskies,
we start with sad breaking news. state emergency management officials are saying 11 people are killed, 23 others injured after severe weather strikes central georgia. of course scott has been telling us all morning weather is going to be a factor for us here late tonight into tomorrow. >> yeah absolutely. been watching that powerful storm system most of the energy still off to the south but reports of tornadoes through parts of the deep south as well.
we'll zoom in to central and southern parts of georgia. you can see we've been watching severe weather just north where the devastation has occurred this morning. a part of that system will head in our direct develop into nor'easter. we have high wind advisories. high wind warnings. winds gusting 50, 60 zig miles an hour tomorrow across the area so some sporadic power outages possible. and then we have the coastal flood advisory right now anticipate something minor coastal flooding at those times of high tide. four to 5am and then again tomorrow afternoon. so monitoring that but most of the day today it's just cloudy. we have some drizzle and mist heaviest evident rain arrives overnight tonight and during the day tomorrow. >> we'll be wet for a few days here. >> yup. >> all right. football kicks off on fox the falcons. >> 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. >> playing the packers a lot of people want the packers to win. come on i want the falcons to win. >> i got the falcons winning and patriots. >> falcons/patriots super bowl.
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>> chris: i'm chris wallace. donald trump takes office as the 45th president. can he unite a divided country? >> today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from washington, d.c., and getting it back to you, the people. >> chris: but hundreds of thousands of people march on washington in cities across the country, protesting from policies. we will look at the dramatic change he promises and the executive orders he starts signing tomorrow with white house chief of staff reince priebus. it's a "fox news sunday"