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meisha. >> good morning, lots going on in the traffic department, as well, i know news is really heavy too. i can tell you we've had accident this morning, things in the roadway, we've a lot going on on mass transit. still a lot going on this morning. >> a lot keeping you busy. weather wise carbon copy every yesterday. just not as harsh, so we can keep this part pretty brief. my advice to you, just walk out the door with a heavy winter coat. you will be just fine. storm scan, pretty tranquil overall, you can still see couple every residual lake enhanced snow flurries flying up near the new york city area, north of that specially. overall another quiet day, with sun and clouds, just the winds. not as harsh as yesterday. yesterday we had the same winds speeds into the two's. now still finds that, 20-mile per hour winds speed up at mount pocono more into the teens headed further to the south. still gusts easily into the 20's, the rest of the day, possibly as high as 30, so, you know, still out there. still certainly very noticeable, and yesterday, we were only in the mid 40's, to the only expect to tack on few
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extra degrees, at about 48 at best for high. you are going to, however, see bit more sunshine than we did see yesterday. and not as bad, looking forward from here, but i travel day coming up tomorrow looks like the wet letter cooperate. some rain to track, come thanksgiving, and we will do that for you later on in the broadcast. >> eastbound schuylkill, somewhere around the boulevard, what we have been looking at, as soon as we find out about this, doesn't look like it is affecting too much. just is out, there and it is still dark. delaware county 95 north 452, take it all the way up to the airport. this is what you are looking at, nod bat, push in the northbound direction delaware county, good morning, hammy tuesday, look at the ben franklin bridge, gorgeous shot, looking great push in the westbound direction, into center city, no there, but, we do have accident, north wales,
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still out there, hancock road prospect avenue. heads up from that in your neck of the woods 18th and pine, because of that, roads are closed, 17th, 18th, 19th, closed but what's open, 16th, 20th, south street. that should help you out just a little bit. jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you. >> update you on breaking news meisha with a cents just talking about, person returned to the hospital, after a suspicious package explosion in center city. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live at 18th and pine where, frank, you just got update from police, what are they saying? >> rahel, much more information than we had before. we know 62 year old man was injured, when he opened a package he received in the mail containing medication, not sure. sure what medication, but still very active scene here along pine street. the scene centers around the first floor apartment on pine
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street here, now, police say, he was in his kitchen around 4:30 this morning when he opened the package and it exploded. >> police do not know if it was a freak accident or intentional. here's chief inspector scott small. >> initial information from the victim's roommate was that he opened up a package i received in the mail about 5:00 p.m., on friday. the package was delivered monday. 5:00 p.m. monday package was delivered. victim didn't open the package until sometime before 4:00 a.m. and there was an explosion, when the package was opened. >> now the man was taken to jefferson where he is list in the stage condition, thankfully no one else hurt, the roommate and ten people levying nearby were evacuated due to safety concerns, but police have determined that there is no further threat. so, those folks have been allowed to return to their
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homes, and again, as meisha mentioned there is area still an active crime scheme scene. still many streets blocked off in the rittenhouse square area around 18th and pine, for now i send it back to you guys in the studio. >> thanks, frank, it will be a busy area this morning. also new this morning, philadelphia fire officials are trying to figure out what caused a overnight house fire in the frankford section. 4800 block of mulberry street, jan carabeo live at the scene, good morning. >> rahel, jim, good morning, it will now be up to the philadelphia fire marshall's office, to determine exactly what happened here and what sparked the flames. they do tell thus was a garage fire that extended to the home behind me here in frankford. >> good news, family of six able to get out unhurt. i was able to speak to the homeowner earlier today, and philadelphia police officers passing by at the time noticed the flames, and were able to help him get his family to safety. fire here, mulberry street
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started after 1:30 this morning, the fire and windy conditions quickly grew to two alarmer, now the owner tells me, he was getting drink of water when he noticed the flames, meantime, philly cop saw what was happening, too, and banged on homeowner door n awe we've learn four philly cops actually helped the homeowner run through the house getting everyone else, that included the man's wife and his four kids, one of those children just one year old, today all okay this morning, while this home is now badly damaged, the family is just thanking the philly cops he's alive. >> the cops tell helped me a l the cops, around here you can see, start running, i mean, thank god cop is around here. >> evacuated as a precaution, due to the threat of fire spread. at the time i was told some of the residents were let in their dwelling, to go to their houses at this time.
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now, the homeowner there did not want to be identified he said damage here too great for his family to stay here today and up to thanksgiving, tough reality to take, but thankful no one was hurt. live in frankford this morning, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news", rahel, jim, back to you. >> thank you, jan. >> berks county fire fight remembers continuing to bat al blaze on mount penn, from reading manning seen, it started shortly before 6:00 near reading high school. crews requested more manpower to help fight the fire. we are told there are no injuries or damage to homes. >> police searching for the man who forced his became into the home along 3400 block every welling street in mayfair. the suspect's pistol whipped a woman inside then got away without taking anything. the victim refused medical treatment. later today, police are expected to release surveillance video to a crash that killed a eight year old boy. friday, lansdowne avenue,
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overbrook. police say they found gianna powell unconscious, about 3:00 in the afternoon pronounced dead 20 minute later. police are looking for silver nissan maxima oral tim a. >> bucks county former church youth leader charged with sexual assault turned himself into middletown police, wallace walt served where 13 and 15 year old girl have claimed the man inapropriately touched them inside the church. >> we are truly very deeply sad ends over these recent events fully cooperating with the police, ongoing investigation, can't really say anything more than that. >> we ask for the prayers of fellow believers. >> doctor says the former youth lead is her banned from the church's property, and that the church is cooperating with police, throughout the investigation. "eyewitness news" reached out to his attorneys for comment so far have not heard back. >> breaking news overnight, the driver in school bus crash that killed six children in
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chattanooga, tennessee is under arrest. john walker is charged with five counts of vehicular homicide and one count every wreckless endanger. ment police say 35 student ranking from kindergartners to fifth graders were on board when it turn on its side and slammed into a tree. five student died at the scene. one died at the hospital. twenty-three other student were injured. >> we have suffered a great lost today. >> authority believe speed played a role in the fatal crash. police plan to examine video recordings on the bus, along with the vehicles black box. >> donald trump gives update on his transition to the american people. mr. trump monday night released two and a half minute video details plans for his first 100 days in offers. in the video the president-elect touches on policy plans in areas, trade, reduced regulation and reform.
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will take the oath of office in 60 days. >> president-elect and his family, costing new york city nearly $1 million each day. that cost is expected to rise since his wife melania and his son baron plans to stay in manhattan when he goes to washington, dc. >> mr. trump plans to go back and forth, but it will mean a lot of local police over time. >> coming up disturbing discovery on local college campus coming up. >> plus this is the man police say killed texas detective, while he was just sitting in his car. and suspect just said something that stunned reporters. hear his shocking admission. >> and caught on camera, really close call for these kids. why the police cruiser lost control when we come back. >> ♪ >> remember the dress that
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>> man charged with murder of san antonio police officer admits to killing him and said he lashed out. >> otis mccann, on sunday, while being led out by reporters mccain said he was angry because he wanted to see his son and he offered apology to the officer's family. >> i've been through several custody battles, and i was
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upset, i lashed out at somebody that didn't deserve it. >> do you have anything to say to his family. >> i'm sorry. >> police say mccain shot detective marconi as he sat in his vehicle after making a traffic stop. they believe the uniform was the target. >> take look at this close call, the kids, close to being side-swiped. >> crashed into a park vehicle, the officer suffered minor injuries, police this morning still looking for the driver of the stolen van. >> next story will have you wondering what was he thinking? >> yes, take a look at this guy. probably not the smartest idea during blizzard, so in case you're wondering the young man in the video is high school wrestler from minnesota. i hear, meisha? we're toll he got the job done. >> figures, minnesota. yikes. people out there. oh, high there. >> you know the theory. you know you have so much snow to shovel because you start sweating because it is quite a
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work out. maybe he knew he would be working g. >> i think you're being little generous there. >> just trying to be nice. >> yes. you know, i'm not saying the guy is crazy, i wouldn't do that. >> hopefully don't see that for awhile. >> in the in the cards, we can report, not in the cards. we may see additional snowflakes far north of philadelphia, reading to up thanksgiving, but first and for most still even at this point some additional lake enhanced snow falling across specially up to new york but also crossing over the pa state border huge, sustained aired of, winds still theme today. not as harsh as yesterday but still notice t the latest storm system, bringing fresh rounds of snow, into minnesota here. this is the next storm though that eventually affect us, brink withing it some rain showers more than anything. pocomoke specially as far as south as the lehigh valley could pick up on shower maybe even little sleet and possibly even some snow showers as you
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go up toward i9 -- i80. that's early thursday morning, so hopefully either settled in for your thanksgiving travel plans, or you're not out and about at that point. but please be careful if that does in fact happen near the lehigh valley might have little dampness to contends w thursday morning maybe even still stray snow shower in the poconos, mainly rain shower event. may be few showers, and meantime, the wind starts to tape off every passing hour here, today gust still at 30, tonight, not quite as gusty, tomorrow, talking about a modest breeze, out of the northwest folks at 10 miles per hour, so much calmer day in that regard. mid 50's, thursday, friday, saturday, even though might have left over shower friday, saturday looks good. meisha, over to you. >> yes, mid 50's for late november. not bad. i would not complain about that. good morning, everyone, happy tuesday.
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>> cottman, yikes, look at this, definitely give ourselves extra tim here, ten, 25-point, break light going offer. so, this is good indicator, early on in the 6:00 hour, all the rest of the rush will go, it will be very busy out there, very slow. give yourself extra time. looking here, accident, 42 northbound 295 blocking the right lane, so kind of back up shot if you will. you can see, slow moving it is. once you get to up where that accident is, you can bet you'll slow down even more. already, slow here, so again, another area where you want to give yourselves some extra time, i would say, maybe even little more than 15, 20 minutes, because we do have accident on hand. schuylkill at spring garden looking at both in the eastbound and westbound side. looking okay. then still have the accident north wales, also, the lingering out there, that explosion, center city is also still out there. and also, mass transit, equipment problems, and we've got delays. more coming up in a little bit. first, quick break. stay right where you are. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will be right back.
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conquer. >> we have to investigate. >> coming up in the next half hour, update on breaking news, explosion in center city, frank? >> reporter: investigators are remain on the scene, i'll tell you what police suspect may have happened. >> plus, holiday shopping strategist, live with the plan of attack so you can out shop the crowd. and get the best deals, meisha? >> and rahel, we have an accident 42 freeway and another in north wales. plus delays in mrs. transit, all of the updates coming up first a quick break, stay right where you are, cbs-3 "eyewitness news" will b
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mail. still a very active scene here along pine street, between 18th and 19th. >> fire officials trial trying to pinpoint an overnight fire in the frankford section. >> i just spoke to members of the fire marshall's offers, garage fire that extended to the home. >> breaking overnight, driver and school bus crash that killed six children in chattanooga, tennessee is under arrest. i'm in shock. i can't believe it. >> a former youth leader accused of sexually assaulting two teenage girls inside bucks county church. >> henderson giving it up. coming in. yes! not only is he happy, but everybody's in south philly feeling the joy. >> a back-to-back win for the sixers. they beat the miami heat 101 to 94. >> mostly everybody in philly
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feeling the joy. and of course, hoping for another win, as well, when the sixers host the grisslies tomorrow night. now, let's get out to katie talking about another cool day. not quite, not as bad as yesterday. >> i'm wishing that miami heat would have brought some of the heat up here, i'm freezing out here. but i'll be honest, really cold outside, guys. make sure you still have the nice heavy winter coat available when you walk out the door, even though not as harsh as yesterday, it is still winter-like outside. so those necessary accessories, still certainly necessary. here's today. make sure you have them all ready to go. looking at storm scan, quiet. we do still have the breeze, you are however going to find little more sun as the day progresses, storm system that brought in the clouds, brought in the snow, in the last couple every days, that continues to pull away, left with gray skies to start the morning off. looking outside in the live network, 36 degrees at middle township high school. and again see mix of clouds, sunshine throughout the day. but 36 translates more to oh, say the 20's, down at some of
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the shore points. the bottom line is that any time the wind blows, you just have to sort of do the math in your head, track anywhere ten to 10 degrees today. gusts still peak as high as 30 miles per hour. this is what it feels like, folks, feels more like the freezing mark although technically again into the mid to upper 30s right now. with the wind, it is going to feel colder. so, expect that. expect the sunshine as well, as the day progresses, daytime high little less harsh, up to 48. still, substantially below average, by at least handful of degrees. so again, meisha, bottom line, bundle up today. >> bundle up. i was just thinking, that katie. i had a winter jacket, a thick winter jacket on, scarf, no gloves, and i was freezing. so bring those gloves. good morning, everyone, happy tuesday right now looking at the ben franklin bridge. and yes, we are starting to heat up little bit. on this early tuesday morning. it is busy in the world of travel already. and particularly it has been heating up quickly. so, ben franklin bridge, however, actually looking okay, it looks like you're kind of holding steady right
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here for those every you moving in the westbound direction toward center city. so ben franklin bridge, looking okay, i don't necessarily advise that you have to leave early, just heads up if that's what it looks like, then weaver an accident, 42, northbound, at 295. it is now pulled all the way off to the shoulder, but this is what it looks like, approaching 295. so it is looking a little bit slow. then once you get up there, we know we will have little gaper delay, going to start p.m. the brakes, see it happens right there already. soap, it will get slow. this is one of those areas i would say maybe give yourself couple every extra minutes, at least a extra maybe 15 to 20, schuylkill, tail light moving in the eastbound direction, at gladwynn, what you are looking at both moving in the eastbound and westbound direction, westbound side, looks like it is heating up little quicker, then quickly broad street northbound west trenton inbound ten minute delays. check the schedules on line, jim, rahel. >> thank you, following breaking news all morning, after a package explodes injuring a man in center city. >> this is trang do live at 18th and pine, frank, what can you tell us?
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>> well, rahel, jim, still very active scene here, even hours after this explosion, take a look, philly bomb squad taking the lead on this with help from ats as well as us postal inspectors and the fire marshall's office. they're all down there sent earned around first floor apartment. right there, near the corner every 18th and pine. police say a 52 year old man had received a package in the mail, yesterday, around 5:00 p.m. decided to open it this morning, and when he opened it, it exploded. police are saying he had cuts to his hands, and he was transported to jefferson, where he remains in stable condition. earlier, this morning, we got an update from chief inspector scott small, who told us what could possibly be the cause of this explosion. >> but at this time they don't know whether or not there was intentional explosion. in other words, we don't know whether this was a bomb mailed to the house in order to explode and do injuries or whether this was some sort of frein accident where something
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like an inhaler just exploded. >> so, police again, are saying that possibly could have been medication that the man received in the mail. that somehow just exploded, in the box, when he opened it. the man's roommate, 36 year old man, was able to call for help for him. he was evacuated as well as some of the neighbors that live nearby. but those folks were allowed to return home as police have determined that this is not a threat to the public. some good news, though, for commuters, as they starting to to work, these streets around this area are being opened back up. nineteenth street will be open shortly. but pine, between 18th and 19th, will remain closed as this investigation continues. that's the story here, for now, liver in center city, i'm trang do, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> trang, very good news indeed, that area is normally pretty bus. >> i exactly. also, father of four is thanking group of philadelphia police officers that helped save his family from an
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overnight blaze in frankford. the fire broke out around 2:00 this morning in the 4800 block of mulberry street. we're told it started in the garage then quickly spread to the rest of the house. the family of six managed to escape the flames with the help of four officers who ran through the home making sure everyone was out safely. a 14 year old girl is in stable condition, after she was struck by a stray bullet in her grandmother's home. this happened just after 6:00 last night on the 4400 block of brass street logan. police say she was in the kitchen, when a stray bullet went through the wall and struck her leg. they believe the shooting could be connected to another shooting that occurred earlier in tioga. bank robber remains on the loose in southwest philly. police and the fbi are looking for this man, they say, he robbed beneficial bank in the 6400 block of woodland avenue yesterday morning. he handed the tell area note demanding money, with the cash, ran off. anyone with information should call police. just couple every days ago before the big retail kick off
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to the holiday shopping season. >> yes, that's a start. and there are few things you should know before the best deal, cbs news business analyst jill schlessinger joins us live from new york with some advice, good morning, jill. >> good morning. >> jill, everyone always asks me, i would like your opinion, is it really worth shopping on "black friday"? >> what do you say? okay, i'm telling you, the chances of snatching a great deal for a quality item, pretty slim. you know why? because "black friday" is mainly designed for retailers to clear out unwanted goods. and you know what? the best selling product they rarely drop much in price. okay, but i know, some of you light the sport of it. so you can start right now, because we still have like plenty of time here to make a list of the products you want to buy, track their prices on google, or with price grabber, before you hit the brick and mortar stores, download an app like shop savvy, or red lazer,
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these allow you to scan bar codes, compare the item with other big retailers. by the way, here is a little bit of villes. don't be so loyal. 25% of customers ends up paying higher prices, because they stick to those retailers they know or have frequented in the past. go outside your comfort zone, gang. >> very interesting, as you're going outside of your comfort zone, jill, what are the hottest gifts this season? >> i will sends you my list, you know, straight to you guys, so don't worry. this is not my list. this is the hole he is gift this season, virtual reality devices. play station, dr, we also see big demand for google home and amazon echo, for the kids, maybe for some other adult, pokemon, barbie, leggo, hot wheels, of course for the 800 year in the row, frozen toys. if you are ready to take the holiday plunge, you may want to check out cnet "black friday" guide and highlight the best deals, a lot of the
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nation's top retailers, and there is another one, consumer world has great one. tips for bag ago bargain, and here is their sobering reminder, best deals always occur after the holidays. for more "black friday" and cyber monday strategist go to jill on money. com. i have a list of which stores are open and closed thanksgiving day, and lot of valuable links. >> i like that list, it is a little bit of old school, little bit of new school. all right, jill. >> right on. >> lots of spending. thank you, jill. >> well, most companies are all about profits on "black friday", but one is putting the earth first. >> take a listen to this, patgonia donating 100% of it "black friday" sales to 800 different environmental groups. vice president says they came up with the idea after the election because the country is so divided, but the environment is something everyone can come together on. >> two celebrities under scrutiny this morning. up next, we will tell you why can ya west is hospitalized what it means for his upcoming
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show if philadelphia. >> dennis rodman charged with very serious crime. find out why he was arrested. >> also this morning, preventing indigestion on thanksgiving. doctor rob is here with some pointers on how to eat when you want, but still feel okay after the big meal. plus this. >> for you model trained entheusiasts, come here first. the schuylkill valley model railroad club. we're going through these many towns coming up.
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if that doesn't make you think christmas, i don't know what does, it is the holiday season, time to dust offer the nicknacks. >> that includes the train sets many families set up each and every year around this time. pat gallen found the ultimate train set in our area. >> this will be perfect of the shot you just gave us with the
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snow. ready for the holiday season, as much as part of the holiday set up as the lights, garland, star on the tree, model train set that runs through the living room is a staple during this season, and i got an inside look at a group in phoenixville that takes it to the next level. >> if our model train entheusiast, or just someone who set theirs up for the holiday season, then you must find the schuylkill valley railroad club in phoenixville. jerry paul is a founding member of the club. they've been in the region for many years, but are gearing up for a great annual event. >> we moved in the base until the 1972. and we have had open houses every year since 1975. >> that annual event runs this saturday, and sunday, from one p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and again, for three weekends in january. and it is celebrate all that model railroading has to offer. >> i think it has to do with all of the disciplines involved in making something like this work. there is a lot of detail, that people have to have in modeling. there has to be interest in
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actually upgrading trains the way a railroad would run. it is lots to learn down here. model railroad something one of the greatest hobbies that there is. there is bench work, electrical work, not only electric work for running the train. >> when you visit you'll see four different railroads set on over 1,000 square feet of scale modeling. hundreds every buildings, thousands of trees, and even little people. the detail is spectacular. and it has truly been a labor of love. >> how long would it take to set something like this up? >> since 1972. >> so again, if you're interested in seeing the massive late out, the crazy detail of the schuylkill valley model railroad club, they will be open this weekend, and next weekend, to the public, plus, free weekend in january. so -- >> will certainly be cold enough. >> train set entheusiasts take things very seriously. >> they do, do you set them up
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for the holidays. >> i don't. when we were a kid, but my neighbor had one, it was like, oh, yes, hey. >> serious business. >> a tradition. >> check this out, great video to get you in the deal for snow. this is said i the pig. she is playing in her yard near binghampton, new york. >> obviously so cute. right? katie looking good in the red and white sweater. and no other reason to show this than it is a pig playing in the snow. so your bell come. that's fantastic. and katie, you're welcome. >> hey. i think meisha likes it more, because we all know she want one. katie want to adopt a pig. that's a new thing i learned about meisha earlier on. >> binghampton, new york. >> i do. >> i feel like we could make this happen. >> that's all i'm going say. >> all right, so, little early for me. let's look what what the eyewits weather watch remembers
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reporting, we at this point are finding chill in the air for sure. yesterday we had sort of the mixture of some clouds, some sunshine, had couple of vest nice views that came in. i like this shot of the horses offer in the distance here, out at the erdenheim farms monday. you can see how gray overcast out there from yesterday. also hint of sunshine to go along with it, that came throughout the course of the day. this was at a park, where ed reported this, around chesterfield area in new jersey, at the moment we have couple every windchills that also came in from folks. here they are. twenty-six what it feels like in middletown. jason, in west chester, reporting it feels like 26 with the wind factored in. andy in dover, the mildest of the pack anyway at 30 degrees. again that factors in the wind. that wind will be not necessarily whipping as strong as it did yesterday, but will be noticeable, throughout the day, we still have this pesky area of low pressure trying to retreat. until it totally does, still going to have the winds to contend with, next storm system starting to get it act
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together back over the dakotas, snow, ice, rain, all very obvious, that is what eventually crosses our area on thursday. but even as early as late wednesday night, we will start to see the combination of this. put things into motion, generally high pressure, low off the northeast, falling away. wednesday, over night, talking midnight-ish, give or take, beginning to see some showers picking up across central and northeastern pa. that's your warmfront lifting in. it comes through the cover of darkness corks see couple of showers, maybe sleet or even snow far north of the city, and then just rain showers throughout thanksgiving thursday. possibly lingering shower even on friday, that said, but looking ahead to the upcoming weekend, you have some shopping plans, decorating the house for the holiday, overall not looking bad at all. meisha over to you. >> katie now you got me thinking about how badly i want that pig. i want one so bad. >> like you never stop thinking about it? >> i wanted one my whole life, my whole life. okay, so 95 south past betsy ross bridge, what we are
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looking at. jim would it not make a great mascot? katie, throw me a bone. >> look, getting closer, every single day. >> ninety-five south betsy ross bridge certainly starting to heat up. give yourself another 20, 25 minute here, center city, really slow. then jersey we do still have that accident. good news 42 northbound 295, this is kind of back up shot if you will. it is looking a lot better now than it was even 20 minute ago. so actually, looking okay here, just heads up, we do have the accident. it is however pulled off to the shoulder. then, on the boulevard, let's see if we can get it. southbound, approach the schuylkill, what you are looking at, actually not bad. not bad at all. push the boulevard southbound to the schuylkill, once on the schuylkill at city avenue slowing down little there. we can expect that. so let's talk about mass transit. going little fast last time, i want to show this, check your schedules on line, we do have delays, broad street northbound ten minute delays, west trenton inbound ten
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minute delays, equipment problems, and signal problems, so again, make sure to set the schedules on line, and out there right now, jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you very much, meisha. the time now 50:00. a lot coming up on cbs this morning, nora o'donnell joins us live from new york with a preview, good morning, nora. >> good morning to you, jim. tough start to this thanksgiving week with this deadly school bus crash that killed five kids. we'll have the latest on the investigation. >> plus, a former facebook employee explains why decision made earlier this year could have contributed to the growing problem of fake newsment also from charlie's conversation from john stewart on the development of the daily show. and astrophysicist, in studio 57 with his new guided tour through the cosmos. jim, i hear it is out of this world. the news is back in the morning, see you in just about ten minutes. >> sound like a great show, nor a we will be watching. thank you. >> well, former nba star dennis rodman may be facing two years in the county jail in convicted. former athlete has been
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charged in a hit-and-run, after driving the wrong way on southern california freeway back in the summer. his attorneys say the star stopped and spoke with people in the other car after their cashes crashed. rodman's attorney is blaming it on what he calls a poorly signals exit ramp. >> meanwhile did a cay yeah west is in the hospital after pulling the plug on the rest every his to up. the star suffering from exhaustion. west canceled the rest of his tour few days after he went on a rant on stage and cut concert short in california. he was scheduled to perform here in philadelphia twice next month. the ticket mass letter refund anyone who has tickets to the remaining show. >> thanksgiving few days away, counting down until we can indulge in the turkey cranberry and of course mashed potatoes. walk away from the table not feeling overly stuffed? rahel getting pre-holiday help from doctor this morning. >> i love the mashed potatoes, thank you for joining us, doctor rob. so, most every us plan to eat maybe a little more than usual
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on thanksgiving day. so what can we do to make it through the big meal without feeling sore bye it after? >> one of the first things, believe it or not, eat slowly t takes about a half hour from the time we eat to the time our brain release as chemical that says we're full. so we want to eat slowly. enjoy people's talk. also, lighten the load with the meal. so, for example, those mashed potatoes -- mashed potatoes that have butter, cream, my butter, instead of that maybe use greek yogurt, really good, mix it in, there healthy, and not as many calories. average person gains a pawn during thanksgiving, yes. that's one of the things, other things we can do instead of the extra butter being sometimes in the baked foods, sweet apple sauce, always good. lot of things we can do to lighten the load. the other thing we opportunity do also is avoid the seconds. you know, jeong plate, that's it. one plane, that's t it is good the next day or later on, avoid the second.
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don't forget alcohol has a lot of calories. may want to try a non-alcoholic cider or beverage really good to try. >> now, what if you have anything tummy trouble while eating? >> one of the biggest things of course besides eating slowly don't lie down within two hours after a meal. a lot of times sit down, ugh, watch the football game. then we start having second meal when it comes back up. we want to stand up, or sit for at least two hours, take a walk for half hour. that really helps us. also, loosen the belt a little bit. oh, ya, we're doing really good. but it forces some of the food back. so loosen the belt. take a walk. sit up, stand for awhile. that will help. >> if you say so, doctor, follow doctors orders. now i personally will not be cooking, my family is very appreciative of that. but if you are cooking you say there are some basic precautions you can take as far as making the meal? >> yes. so the biggest thing things that need to be called, keep cold.
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things that need to be hot, keep hot. when you are making the meet, don't mix the turkey in the same plate as the other ingredient. other thing when cooking turkey use a thermometer. we want to make sure all of the areas are at least 165 degrees, and we usually check the thigh, the inside, another thing, we don't cook really try not to cook stuffing inside the turkey. the reason being, all of the gravy and all of the juices from the turkey, drain inside the cavity go into the stuffing. a loft times the stuffing doesn't reach the temperature high enough to kill that bacteria. so, cook the stuffing separately, and then put it on a dish and then people enjoy it. then all done, store all of the food in small flat containers this way they can cool thoroughly. we want to eat leftovers within three days, if not, put them in the freezer. >> the best. i want to follow back to one thing. if you are having maybe some stomach troubles, having indigestion, anything you can do to minimize that? >> yes, a loft times like antacids will help us, want to use that, i'm big fan of champ owe meal tee with little ginger.
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sometimes we eat too much, we get queezy, sprinkle little bit every ginning nerve chamomile tea, zip it, it helps us a lot. >> doctor rob, very good advice, i don't know if it is advice that we wanted to hear, but good advice. >> still have a great meal. and our great cook. look at everything you made here. >> oh, this is your work, you know that. >> well, i have to admit, sweet potatoes, all the of the sweetened potatoes, all of the sugar in there, these are big, little olive oil, little cinnamin on, really good. if i don't say so myself. and so you may want to try a little bit later. >> cannot wait to eat this. doctor rob, thank you. happy thanksgiving. and we will be right back with three to go.
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police on scene of explosion in center city. it happened at home in 1800 block every pine street, one person hurt, police say package containing medication may have exploded. >> president elect donald trump outlines his first 100 days in offers, will withdraw from the transpass i have irk partnership, and reduce restrictions. police handing out 420 thanksgiving baskets to area residents today. and that's three to go, tonight at 11:00 top three tuesday. this week a look at holiday shopping before you hit the stores. cash in on those "black friday" sales. three on your side is information, make sure you're getting really good deal. that's tonight at 11:00. cbs this morning is next. >> have a great day.
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