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our other top story, chances of severe weather, just rain right now, but we could be in for a windy stormy day. good afternoon, i'm erika von tiehl. the question is when will your area see this wild weather we want to check in with katie with a look at the forecast right now, that winds will whip? >> that i would say is one of the biggest impact we'll see out of the storm center, so with the storm starting to move our way, you know, obviously had rough go of it already this morning, morning drive featured fog, poor visibility, certainly talk every rain moving through. but the core of the storm system on it way n let's go to the maps, start things off here as storm scan3, where basically mid-atlantic zoom. you can see how things have been somewhat scattered in nature, granted few pockets of locally heavy rain here and there, but the brunt of this has yet to make it arrival. severe weather threats bull's eye over virginia as well as portions of north carolina where moderate, that's hi, moderate risk for severe weather is posted, our threat is there, as well, but little
less there are where we stands with the worse of the storms over the carolinas, tornado watches and warnings, currently posted, and we, again, have some of the severe weather element, coming into play for you are area before the day is said and done. visibility getting better but not perfect obviously, in wilmington, at the site, currently only at half mile. and you're down to about a mile in a lot of spot, as well, but we are still waiting for this to continue to go downhill really through the second half of the day and toward the typical evening commute, unfortunately, timing terrible here, heaviest rain, strongest of the storms, are set to rumble through. >> governor wolf wolf makes serious personal announcement, he is fighting prostate cans earth. joining us with what this means for his duties as governor, also the treatment plan.
walt? >> reporter: erika, announcement did commas a surprise, governor tom wolf and his wife, though, saying they're optimistic, in fact, were upbeat, announcing the prostate cancer diagnosis. they are emphasizing the disease or his treatment will impact the governor's role and he expects to make a full recovery. >> my wife and i just recently found out that avenue mild case of prostate cancer. >> with his wife francis at his side, governor tom wolf told reporters he has prostate cancer. and will undergo medical treatments in about two weeks. >> in no way will it affect my ability to serve as governor. >> explained the first signs of the cancer emerged in the late fall in psa tests. and then were confirmed with biopsies. >> i'm convinced, and by people who have looked at this, and by the people that i've gotten this early on, it is not that -- it is very eminently treatable. >> both the governor and his wife say they are optimistic
for full recovery, thanks to early detection. and they hope telling their story publicly will encourage others to have checkups to detect possible problems. >> we don't need to be sad about this. you know, there is every reason to believe and to know that this will be dealt with quite efficiently, effectively by the wonderful physicians. >> now beyond saying that he would not undergo chemotherapy, the governor did not disclose the exact medical treatment he'll be undergoing in the next couple of weeks. however, if someone would need to run affairs for him when he was asked that he said no, that indicates he won't have to go under full anesthesia, finally stated he expect the procedure will not involve any prolonged stay in the hospital. live in the sat center, walt hunter, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". we wish him quick recovery, walt, thank you. turning now to campaign 2016,
donald trump gets his third straight victory in the nevada caucuses last night. now the candidates are getting ready for super tuesday when voters in mass that is to alaska will head to the polls. correspondent mark albert tells us how marco rubio and ted cruz are react to go finishing second and third respectfully. >> we love nef add a we love nevada, thank you. >> donald trump scored huge victory in the nevada caucus tuesday night. >> we won the evangelicals, we won with young, we won with old. we won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. >> he even won group of pundants said wasn't possible. 46% with the hispanic, 46%. number one. >> marco rubio and ted cruz are downplaying the results from last night's caucuses. each claims they are the only ones who can beat trump. and both agree there is still time to take him down. >> i think it is important to take a deep breath here. first of all the republican nomination has decided by
delegates, over 1200 delegate need to have, we're no where near that number. >> trump won 81 delegates so far with rubio and cruz at 17 each. all eyes are now on next week's super tuesday, with 595 delegates at steak. >> i cannot wait to get home to the great state of texas. >> texas has become a must-win state for ted cruz, if the senator hopes to remain a viable alternative to trump. >> it is our duty as texas conservatives to support a lead their we can trust. >> wednesday he pick up the endorsement of texas governor greg and booth. at the white house, mark albert for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> and, stay right here with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of campaign 2016. when we're not on tv you can always get the latest at cbsphilly.com. philadelphia district attorney seth williams says there is no timetable for his office to file charges against lesean mccoy. the former eagles running back, and two other men, are
accused of injuring two off duty officers at an old city club on superbowl sunday. that alleged fight was caught right here on cell phone video. mccoy and his lawyers met with investigators yesterday, and his lawyers maintain the athlete did nothing wrong. >> a possible tornado touched down at rv park in convent, louisianna. now the severe wet their ripped across the gone golf state headed toward the carolinas, correspondent kenneth craig in atlanta with a look at the damage across the south. >> four homes are leveled on this block in pensicolla florida after suspected tornado hit tuesday night. >> this couple road out the storm in a closet. >> and i just pushed her in there and went in behind her, and when she went down, just from opening this door -- >> just something you never want to imagine going through, never. >> despite all of the damage, no major injuries are reported in pensicolla. in convent, louisianna crews
are searching for additional victims in this trailer park. at least two people are dead, and dozens injured, after tornado sent mobile homes flying. >> there are family members calling in that has not made contact with loved ones, and that they know were in this area. >> another twister blew the roof off of this gym in prairieville. >> they had about 35 people here working employees and people just working out. they had about eight kids in the day care. so definitely a scary situation. >> forecasters expect the nasty weather to move north. heavy rain, possible tornados, are in the forecast for the carolina's. kenneth craig, cbs news, atlanta. >> and once again that storm system is moving this way. katie will explain its impact here coming up. >> also, do you ever see a facebook status and wish you could do more than just like it? well now you have several options, we'll tell you coming up. also: >> ♪
select the one that i want to use. facebook said it tested the reaction last year and received good reviews. this noon, celebrating black history month through expressions of music and dance. "eyewitness news" at world cafe live in center city. student from across the area were treated to a show that sought to connect movement and music through rhythm. it was all part of live connections celebration of black history month through educational music programs. >> all right, coming up: royal risk still ahead, in fight that got so bad, so vicious, that the queen had to call in help to mediate. is the bottle resolved? full story coming up next. katy? >> erika, certainly looking at weather pattern here that's very, very active indeed. eventually, the sun has to return, right? i'll give you the answer to that question coming up on the other side.
royal dog fight for the first time learning about the royal treatment of the queen's dogs. there was a rift in the pack, the queen had to bring in expert to sort it all out. correspondent mark phillips tells us who let the dogs out at buckingham palace. >> normally as far as they could manage it, what happens in the palace stays in the palace. but the special 90th queen's birthday issue of the high society town and country magazine contains the spectacular revelation of a family risk of such vicious infight that a psychologist had to be called in.
rift between the queen's dog breed she is fame lustily fond of. >> fights between the dogs let alone between the family. >> between the dogs. >> between the dogs. >> pet psychology, roger, calmed the corgis down, a lot like the way the royals work, and he discovered a possible reason for the doggy dis course. they were at each other's throats at the same time as the royal family were at each other's throats, over the break-down of princess diana and prince charles' marriage. >> when you're distracted by the affairs of state, and other things going on within the family, as they were at that time, princess diana situation. >> the royal dogs life does seem a lot like the royal family's life, pampered, and they eat off good crockery. >> the bowls are leftovers from the palace kitchen, i presume, you know, silver dish here. >> silver?
>> mother, caughter. >> and there is another way the royal corgies are like the royal family, royal line of people are all direct descendents of a single person, queen victoria. and the royal line of corgies are all direct descendent of single top dog, as well, at the palace, in dogs and in people it seems, breeding can't. mark phillips, cbs news. >> had to bring in a expert. >> oh. >> well, you're our expert for these storms the the winds is really going to be the storey? >> i think that combined in tandem with the fact we'll have such heavy rain, those to me look like two biggest impacts from the storms, granted saw the reports earlier, tornado activity in the deep south. we'll be dealing with our own fair share of the impacts from it, now, that said, it is not real a winter storm for us, and when we go out to what will eventually see on storm scan3, we do have snow with it, but just not affecting us here. let's do start it off with just a view, not the best one,
we've ever showed you, but outside the palmyra cove exactly name that camera, shall you? palmyra cove nature park, very low-lying cloud cover here, moisture saturated and moisture rich air mass, that we are working with here, that's allowed low-lying cloud cover to set until across our area, of course dealing with scattered pork et cetera of rain throughout the course of the day already. let's look at the storm itself. this is rough stuff. take a look, very classic set one this. you have the comma shape to it, few little streaks here, of what are some very impressive squawl lines setting up there. is your snow obviously way far removed, heck, across the canadian border, but some of these squawl lines are nasty looking, such a clash in the atmosphere, on the back side of this very potent cold front. that's part of the problem. and that's getting strung out to the north here. so, brunt of severe weather definitely taking place to the mid-atlantic, how much, we've actually now seen another upgrade to ourself ear weather threat. portions of the area now sit in an enhanced risk primarily though the biggest risk looks
to be heavy downpours, maybe small hail, but specially gusty winds, i think when the squawl line we think will set up actually comes through, you could see gusts as high as 06 miles per hour, watching us at home and you noon hit the road later this afternoon, secure anything that's loose on the porch or deck if you have anything sitting out from the past weekend when it was actually nice outside. make sure it is put away. the winds, highest risk as far as storm threats, even though it is a low risk, we can't rule out the other three here. now, let's take a look at the winds advisory, that's again something i want to focus on here at the shore, in general, could you see to up 50-mile per hour wind gusts but there will likely also be the isolated spots when a squawl line moves through that could pick up to 60 miles per hour, meanwhile, through the rest of this afternoon, pockets of locally heavier rain gradually going more and more downhill with time. i think will get strung out like a line by 6:00, 7:00. that's what we think will be the timing for the squawl line to come through and bring with it the really nasty gusts that will going to come through,
dealing with heavy rain into the late night. future rain amounts, already had couple of tents of ann, looks like bulk of the rain at least according to this mod whole go to the northern tier of our area. that said, one when does it finally get out of here? sit tight. we are still dealing with winds, likely few showers left over tomorrow. we hit friday, granted the sun will come back still blustery, and then at least it looks better for the weekends. sunday specially, erika, looking awfully pleasant. >> just make it to sunday, thanks, katie. local performance group inspired many across the region after wowing audiences from the delaware valley to dc, much more in store for the state street miracles, performance troop with disabilities. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo tells us where their next big gig is taking them. >> ♪ >> every monday this group of 14 warms up inside the media theater on straight street.
and before you know it, the state street miracles are letting loose. with their favorite tunes. >> i'm happy. >> the miracles are best friends. >> together been making each other and audiences smile for years now. they go on stage, and they shine. >> ♪ >> the group doesn't just sing, they perform. >> ♪ >> she wanted an outlook for her son, jake, and others with disability. >> i like music, bruno mars, justin timberlake. >> what they bring here is an inspiration. >> jesse decline, the artistic director of the media theater, stepped in to give the
miracles time and space to practice. >> to me, that's what the theater truely is all about, is very inclusive. >> all these years later, they person formed throughout the delaware valley for lawmakers in washington, d.c., now they're memorizing 20 songs to perform for legislatures in harrisburg. >> marsh is intellectual disability month, and state street miracles are proud to represent their community and she off their progress. >> improve theirself confidence, articulation, they speak better, people that aren't expose today people with disabilities can see them in their greatest joy, and their best light. >> each member of the miracles living to up their name, proving anything is possible. >> the state street miracle head to harrisburg to sing for lawmakers on march 16th.
golden gloves next month. she works out for nearly two hours a day, four days a week, since there aren't many female boxers her age, she usually spars with older boys. the pint size powerhouse, even though she young, role model for many. >> it makes me feel like happy, and that i'm not just doing this for nothing, i'm doing this for everybody, and for myself, too, so i could become something big when i get older. >> won one match already, her champion belt hangs in the bergin athletic gym where she trains, she hopes to compete in the 2024 olympics and she also says she's not just a boxer, she also wants to be a lawyer. >> way to reach for the stars, kid. >> watch out, world, boxer and lawyer? >> what a powerhouse. i'll be hiring her one day. >> for katie, all of us here, thanks for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at a . always on line at cbsphilly.com. the young and the restless is coming up next. have a great day.
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>> chelsea: oh, come on. you're not scared of a little thunder, are you? >> summer: no, i'm -- i'm just scared about luca, that what i warned him about came true. [ door opens ] >> adam: [ sighs ] it is not fun out there. and that little bit of snow that we got's already turned into ice. >> chelsea: i'm glad you made it home in one piece. >> adam: me, too. and what are you doing here? you taking refuge? >> summer: no, not exactly. >> adam: well, you can tell me about it over a drink. how's that sound? >> summer: uh, why -- why are your hands shaking? >> adam: huh? >> chelsea: summer said that your father ordered you to kill someone. i -- i told her that's insane. tell me that isn't true.