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and zero first month's payment on select volkswagen models. this black friday at the volkswagen sign then drive event. bullets fly in new orleans, ten people are shot and one of them is dead. we will bring you up to dayton what happened. reaction from around the world and here at home to the death of controversial cuban leader fidel castro. and, holiday shopping is, in full force but there is a new shift and how people are buying their gifts this year, analyst say mobile app sales are more popular then ever. and today is sunday november 27th, good morning i'm rahel solomon. if you do prefer to get your shopping done at stores lets get over to justin drabick with eyewitness heather and see what the forecast is looking like.
>> it is looking great, sunshine, big travel day, late last wednesday a lot of people heading home from visiting friend, family but weather-wise looking good, temperatures 50's, hitting shopping malls would be no problem. talking about rain but warming up. >> okay. >> wet, warm finish to the no of november. today receipt i much typical for late november, we're in the sunshine right now, colder then yesterday this morning at this time so heavier coats needed for next few you hours. we will get outside, mostly sunny conditions here in center city. wind coming in at 10 miles an hour, from the west, 40 degrees for air temperature. slight wind chill feels like 33 on exposed skin factor in that wind. thirty-seven in allentown. forty in wilmington. sunnies starting to warm things up, now we are above freezing, willow grove 33, 39 in palmyra new jersey. wind speeds at 10 miles an hour. they will increase to ten to 15 through the afternoon. overall comfortable finish across the region. feels like 32 in allentown.
thirty-six in wilmington. we have seen worse this time of the year. nothing too harsh, storm scan three nice and quiet, stray flurry possible, poconos early this morning. the other than that sky are mostly sunny, on our way up to 50 degrees for afternoon temperature. near 50 at the shore. forty's in the poconos. later this week it feels more like middle of october, we will talk about needed rain, i'll time it out in eyewitness weather. rahel, back to you. developing right now a shooting in the new orleans french quarter leaves a man dead and nine others injured. at this point police do not know what led to the shooting that happened this morning on bourbon street. they have arrested two men on firearms charges. investigation is ongoing. we will keep you up to date as this morning goes on. this morning a man remains hospitalized after police say he was hit by a car in camden. it happened shortly before 8:00 on baird boulevard and randolph street. victim was rush to the hospital but no word on his condition. right the now it is also unclear if the vehicle stayed
at the scene. a car completely flips over, in philadelphia's east falls section, this happened in the 4,000 block of ridge avenue shortly before 4:00 this morning. the person involve in the crash was rush to the hospital and is listed as stable. authorities are investigating a basement fire in west philadelphia, it started just before 2:00 a.m. on the 100 block of dewey street. police had fire under control in ten minutes. two adults and one child lived in the home but they were not the hurt. in word on a cause. and another fire to tell you about, this one on the 1600 block of loudon street in north philadelphia. authorities received the call at 11:40 last night. fire was out a few minutes later. no one was hurt. cuba is observing nine days of mourning for fidel castro, funeral for the former cuban leader will be next week even. castro died late friday night. he was 90 president obama says the united states is extending a hand in friendship to the cuban people.
>> in his first tv interview on cbs back in 1959, fidel castro predicted cuba would have opened elections, after its u.s. backed dictator was over flown but cuba has had more than five decades of communist rule and clamp down on dissidents. following castro's death, president obama released this statement. the relationship between the united states and cuba was marred by discord and profound political disagreements. during my presidency, we have worked hard to put the past behind us. mr. obama's easing of travel restrictions and reestablish. of diplomatic ties was done through executive order which the next president, have reversed. >> the people of cuba get nothing. >> reporter: candidate trump criticized the president's actions, president-elect trump says his administration will do all it can to ensure the cuban people can finally begin their journey towards prosperity and liberty.
it has been over a year since cuban flag began flying once again outside cuban embassy in washington. diplomates will be listening closely to president-elect trump's words to see where the relationship between you the u.s. and cuba goes from here. today mr. trump says he joins cuban americans in the hopes of one day seeing a free cuba. earl barnett, cbs news, washington. and fidel castro's reign has been felt over the years in our own region causing decades of heartache. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan has more on castro's legal impact. >> many of the focus in the community it is a lot like death of the osama bin laden. >> reporter: former philadelphia department mayor rich negrin was born in the u.s. after his parents fled cuba in 1961. the at the age of 13 he witnessed the assassination of his fat shore advocated normal icing relations with the communist relation. >> he helped negotiate the release of 3,000 political prisoners. because of that he was targeted by a radical cuban terrorist group and was kill.
>> reporter: negrin's story is one of many to testify to the dark shadow castro regime cast over our region. there are also accused of aiding a quick new jersey cop killer. joe and chest mark who killed new jersey state trooper and fled to cuba in 1979 after escaping prison. castro granted her asylum. new jersey state police said we will never stop pursuing her who was quick of murdering new jersey state troop are warner forrester. >> too many fat list have been torn apart. too many killed and imprisoned. >> reporter: new jersey senator bob menendez a cuban american, has been a leading critic of president obama's effort to restore ties with cuba over last few years. he says even with castro's death u.s. must demand civil rights for the people of cuba. >> instead of condoning, the continuation of the repressive regime, simply because it has been around long enough, the united states and the international community must
stand up and support cuban people. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie has also called on president obama to demand release of chessmark as a condition of normal icing relationships with cuba. i'm cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". it is not a record jackpot but someone broke bank in last night's power ball drawing, jackpot is worth 421 million-dollar. got your tickets? here are winning numbers, 17, 19, 21, 37, 44, and lucky power ball number is 16. ticket sold in tennessee has winning numbers. do i know anybody in tennessee? i don't think so. in other news, many holiday shoppers are hitting the store on the hunt for bargains, plenty more are staying at home looking for those deals on line and there is an increase in mobile app sales. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio is live from the news room with the details, good morning, cherri. >> i already had my phone set up, as well as computers because cyber monday will have
a lot to live up to, on line sales, on black friday topped $3.3 billion and if you roll in the sales from thanksgiving day, $5 billion. that is just the beginning. deep discounts and door buster deals still managed to get millions into the stores on black friday. >> i got some cd's, i got apple i phone seven. >> reporter: millions more stay home, experts say number of consumers hitting stores on the first official day of the shopping season has dropped to 23 percent, down from 28 percent, two years ago, those that do venture in the stores are likely to be millennials but 38 percent of those say they prefer to shop on line. >> it is completely enhanced your shopping abilities. >> reporter: katie sierra pushed mobile revenue which is moving at a record pace with 40 percent done being done on mobile apps. >> it is a great app where you can see what the make up will look like on your face before
you buy it. >> reporter: chris mason of branding brands, nation's largest retail mobile app designers, she said apps like amazon and wal-mart are extremely popular but also opening the door with fraud with fake apps. >> for every hundred taken down there would be 200 coming up and begins game of whack a mole. >> reporter: this keeps brick and mortar stores competitive. >> you cannot compete on line in terms of the products but we can offer one to one customer service. >> reporter: with more traditional shoppers opt go to buy in stores rather than taking it on line. >> many more people tell me they cannot find it in the store otherwise i'm shopping for it. >> reporter: as stores get busy this season on line shopping is expected to continue, and because of the most popular products like lego creator sets, razor scooters and nerf guns are flying off the shelves, as well as popular products like ipads and mack book airs.
i will be on line, because i don't want to fight all of those shoppers in the the stores. live from the news room, cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> i'll see you whether the the show is over to talk about this. are toys on your shopping list? experts try out hundreds of them, we will tell you which ones are sure to be on the holiday list this year with you first here's just continue. >> it is good day to travel around, but then it get warm with rain, we will talk about how warm it will get, when we are dealing with this week coming up in afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose.
testing. robotic dog. >> and laurie is the chief toy officer at toy insider, and she says that star wars toys are expected to be among the season's best tellers. >> we know that the star wars toys are going to get on the shelves and fly right off. >> oversized action figures to the the customizable light saber star wars toys come in all shapes, sizes and sounds. >> this is a kylow ren voice changing helmet. >> you can use this too. do your homework. >> yes. >> is there also a flying million len july falcon one of the many drones on the market and this is voice act sprayeded. but the break out toy this holiday season is hatchamol,
small creatures hatch, grow up, and eventually learn to walk, talk and play games. they retail around $50 are sold out at most stores, but people are selling them on line, from well over a hundred dollars. >> there will be a shortage. if you see them, buy it, don't think twice. buy as much as they have and don't think twice. >> reporter: with so many, popular play things on kid wish lists, toy makers have something to celebrate, the industry is expected to have its best user in more than a decade. marlee hall for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". that is first time i'm hearing about those toys. >> crazy stuff. >> whatever happened to legos, match boxcars, sled, you cannot the go wrong with that. speaking of sledding, skiing we have big boulder opened. >> yes. >> they took advantage of the cold night, able to make snow, natural snow, 6 inches has
fallen this season and we have flurries right now. they will be opened at ten, two trails opened for skiing and riding there. cool day in the poconos, clouds, and temperature right around 40 degrees. elsewhere we will see sunshine, south of the mountains we will break out some sun in the lehigh valley through philadelphia, part of the south jersey. anywhere from freeze to go 40 degrees for current temperatures. nothing terribly cold. west breeze today 40 in ocean city. thirty-six barnegat. ocean the water temperature checks in at 48. holiday travel looking good. green light over next 24 hours. friend, tamly in town leaving, it looks good. sunshine. tonight clear skies, tomorrow just included will be thickening up ahead of the next storm system but stays true throughout the entire damon no threat of rain for eagles game either tomorrow night. storm scan three you can see a few flurries in the pocono region right now, they will dissipate in the next hour or two, other than that, plenty of sunshine, across
mid-atlantic, east coast looking dry, we have a flight scheduled over next 12 to 24 hours all is good, eastern half of the united states. no big storms to talk about. high pressure large and in charge over next 24 hours, good looking day to day, tomorrow same deal, we will start off with sunshine and clouds start to move in through the afternoon. we will watch this large storm moving to the northern plains out ahead we have got warm air also some steady rain. this is good thing. we need rain. down six and a half inches on the year. this will start move in on tuesday america but appears to bring in tuesday some could be heavier at times. tuesday that it, catching a break and then we will see second round of rain later into wednesday into thursday morning. bit of the mid week soaker, period of rain, not raining through the entire period on tuesday to thursday. possibly heavier at times. temperatures in the 60's for afternoon highs heading in the month of december. potential rainfall, maybe one up to 3 inches on have rain before this system is out. not raining the entire event
like that. i don't think we have any problems with flooding. forty-seven the high around philadelphia. near 50 for allentown. fifty for philadelphia. tonight it is cold. tomorrow morning waking up back to reality work and school by locations down in the 20's. the outside the city. south winds starting to develop on monday, initial sign of that warming trend, back to average, or even slightly above that 53 for the high on monday. jet stream still to our south right now that is why we have that cooler pocket of air, throughout this weekend but starts to shift to the north, get a ridge in the jet when that happens we will get warmer air expanding from the deep south. highs tuesday and wednesday even into thursday running ten to 15 degrees above average. feeling more like middle of october. still cool, sunny, 50 degrees, tonight cold 35 for city. twenty's in the suburbs. your forecast tomorrow night kick off at 8:30, just some cloud, cool, you will need heavier coat there. forty-six at game time.
staying in the 40's throughout the event. here is extended forecast, thickening included for monday high of 53. we are in the 60's tuesday with you periods of rain, wednesday first half of the day should stay dry and then next round of rain wednesday afternoon into thursday and dry out for friday and saturday with a high near 50. >> can't complain about that late november. >> thank you. right now 8:18. time to check those roads with amanda muhler in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> right now we have an accident on the atlantic city expressway westbound near farly service plaza. that accident has both left and center lanes blocked, so you want to build extra time in your drive in that area. as we have been talking about early this morning there is a road closure between gloucester pike and i295, due to a down pole from an earlier accident. you will want to avoid that area. also we have a septa delay to tell you about, market frankford eastbound line is experiencing up to a ten minute delay so you will want to plan accordingly due to a
medical emergency at 52nd street station. many folks begin their drive home after their long weekend majors are looking good this weekend. here's vine that remains clear as well as 76, blue route, 202 and pennsylvania turnpike. at cbs-3 traffic center i'm amanda muhler thousand back to you. well, nothing gets you in the holiday spirit quite like good christmas music. >> ♪ >> oh, holy night ♪ >> we will tell you about a big event coming up next weekend that has become a tradition for many families, we will be right back.
officially underway and big part of the season is music. christmas carols can make even a grinch get in the who will will day spirit. joining me to tell me about an american celtic christmas are frank daily and cj mills creators of the event. you may know them from their band jamieson celtic rock. tell us about american celtic chris may a holiday show with the dance twist. >> it is, we have about 70 dancers on stage, irish dancers, hip-hop dancers, conn tell rare i, then 12 piece bandon stage which is jamison and some of the biggest hitters in philadelphia. >> so frank this is a tradition of sorts for families. >> this is our fifth year doing american celtic christmas. each year it is more of a tradition. i hear from families they come to the 3:00 o'clock show and do their family get together at night or vice versa they get together in the afternoon and go to the show. we have a visit from santa claus. cool light show. people as young as one or two enjoy the show all the way up to 70, 80 or hundred.
>> hip-hop to sanity clause you have everything covered here. the best part of this proceeds go to two great causes, what are those causes. >> proceeds go to the bensalem education foundation which supports kids in the bensalem school district. we have a portion going to the ryan wilson scholarship which helps out kids as well. >> that sound great. well, again, frank and cj will give us a taste what you can expect in the american celtic christmas but first information, it is saturday did test third. there are performances at 3:00 . bensalem high school auditor crumb. we have information on our web site at cbs philly.com/events and now a preview of an american celtic christmas. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> don't they sound if. >> that was our jim done van reporting as well. is there much more to still to come on "eyewitness news". >> another night of passionate, emotional celebration with little havana after the death of fidel castro. i'm ton ton champion in miami with the very latest coming up. and we will catch up with television's pioneer trudy haynes as she celebrates a milestone birth the take. find out is what keeping her going strong. justin's back to tell us if you will need a coat today heading out to the mall to do some more shopping we are back in a
good morning i'm rahel solomon. lets get out to justin dray wick eyewitness weather. it is chill ill but a nice day. >> cannot complain for late november, we have highs of 50 degrees. could be a lot worse. it can get nasty late november. today, no problems. good travel day to day with the sunshine, try conditions, all across the east coast of the u.s. temperatures compared to yesterday morning is colder, waking up to numbers right now from two to 7 degrees colder. we need that heavier coat. we had temperatures down to freezing earlier but sun slowing things up. forty at the airport and in
wilmington. the suburbs now above freezing. willow grove checks in at 33. near 40 in palmyra, new jersey. wind seed not too bad, 10 miles an hour or less. they may increase west/northwest up around 15 miles an hour. nothing too harsh. it does feel like around freezing on exposed skin in south jersey, millville and lehigh valley. feeling like 33 in philadelphia. quiet on storm scan the exception up in the poconos. the cloud, a few flurries this morning. other than that we will see decent sunshine which we have right here in center city. on our way up to 50 for the high in philadelphia. forty-nine at the shore. near 40 this is poconos. each day it does warm up. the it will feel like middle of october this week, although there will be a storm system that brings needed rain to the forecast, timing it out in weather in a few more minutes, back to you. turning to the latest on death of former cuban dictator fidel castro. cuba is observing nine days of morning for former president.
it was business as usual yesterday morning in cuba but government says cubans will pay respects tomorrow in the capitol city of had van a on wednesday castro's ashes will embark on a journey from havana to santiago and mass commemoration will be held saturday in santiago before his ashes are intered. in the meantime 90 miles away celebrations erupted when word came of castro's death. cbs news correspondent, don champion has more from little havana neighborhood. >> reporter: huge crowds celebrated well into the night, in miami's little had ran as word of the fiddle he will castro's death fred saturday. his father was a political prisoner for years and her family fled to herc when she was 11. >> this is a very beautiful day,. >> reporter: there are mixed emotions in the crowd, some people say castro kept their families owe rested for decade, and, this is day they waited a very, very long time for.
>> it is the devil. he was the devil. >> castro ruled, for nearly 50 years, and, hand over power to his power to raul in 2006. known as a tyrant or a critic and committing hugh hand rights abuses, others looked at him as a revolutionary. and, fled cuba in the 70's recognizing. >> he i had loved around the world because he stand up to the american power. >> in cuba illyan gonzales at international custody battle was among those remembering castro. on state run tv he said castro became like a father figure to him. memorials are every where on the island, students unfurled a huge flag in castro's honor at havana university. communist nation is, united states, this morning, castro's funeral will be held december 4th. don champion for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and a bar in olde city is
offering a drink special to mark passing of the fidel castro. from now until his funeral you can get a free rum and coke at cuba libre on second street to get it, all you have to do is mention v iv a cuba during hours of five to seven. during the promotion customers are encouraged to participate in political discussions. the green party has initiated a recount of the presidential election results in wisconsin and is eyeing several other states, including pennsylvania. now the clinton campaign was, initially reluctant to get involved but now they have said they have signed on. cbs news correspondent wendy gilette reports. >> reporter: hillary clinton's campaign team announced at day it will participate in the recount of the presidential election results in wisconsin. green party candidate jill stein is calling for recounts in several states, that help donald trump win the white house. her party has raised almost six million-dollar, and filed paperwork friday for a recount in wisconsin. >> we do not take money from corporations, or from political pacs.
this comes from the american public. >> reporter: clinton's campaign attorney posted a blog that says that now that a recount has been initiated in wisconsin we intend to participate in order to insure that the process proceeds in a fare to all sides. if jill stein follows through as she has promised and peruses recounts in pennsylvania and michigan, we will take the same approach in those states as well. the president-elect called the recount ridiculous saying in a statement that this is a scam by the green party for an election that has already been conceded, and results of this election should be expected instead of being challenged and abused which is exactly what jill stein is doing. clinton's team says it has not found any evidence of hacking, or tampering with election technology and that it was in the planning to launch its own recount but now that it is happening the campaign wants to ensure that it the is legally represented from the process. wendy gilette for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". cbs's face the nation will
be coming your way later this morning at 10:30 here on cbs 36789 here is cbs news political director john dickerson with the preview. >> good morning, rahel. we will talk to florida republican senator marco rubio about fidel castro's death and how u.s. policy should change toward cuba then we will step outside politics for a moment and as americans have been having their own private expressions of thanksgiving, we're going to have our own moment of gratitude with people who have spent their life helping others. we're going to talk to everyone from u.s. servicemen overseas to vin skully to photographers, teachers, those dealing with the opioid addiction. then rahel we will go back into the subject of the politics with our political round table and talk about the trump transition, the people that president-elect trump has named to his new administration and those that he has yet to that i am, what can we tell about how a trump administration is shaping up. then also the wall or perhaps lack of a wall between donald
trump's private interests and his presidency. how is he go to go straighten all of that out, rahel. >> very interesting. the should be a good show. many people are shopping this holiday weekend, mayor jim kenney kick off small business saturday yesterday in manayunk. mayor picked up new music at main street music and mayor says shopping local will help build the economy. >> jobs are created by small business. that is why we love, business trips like this and we love i am loving ones that need to be improved and supporting our immigrant communities because they tend to start businesses. the myth of immigrants somehow, you know, taking resources out of the system, and putting resources in the system, starting businesses. >> then went on to buy a lucky boy or girl a gift. and mayor kenney was not only one supporting small business saturday. hundreds flooded haddonfield, new jersey to shop local. more than 30 shops and restaurant participated in small business saturday. many small business owners say, seeing shoppers is a good gauge for the rest of the
holiday shopping season. >> if you are making a point to come support your business, that means you are getting something right, doing something right. so it is just, a tape california sign that things are going well and it the is just boosts your energy, for the rest of the season. >> business owners in haddonfield say small business saturday is not only of thible but it introduces new visitors to their town. always a good thing here. holiday shopping is in full gear but the search to deep discounts weekend after thanksgiving isn't going to be what it used to be. many people are going on line to shop and using mobile app more than ever. cherri gregg from kyw news radio is live from the cbs-3 news room, cherri, good morning. i know you have been getting good deals this morning. >> reporter: good morning, rahel, i am. i have my phone up and working because black friday will go down in retail history, why? because of on line shopping, and if you add in what folks spent on thanksgiving day, $5 billion in sales.
all of this before cyber monday. >> it is crazy out there. >> reporter: millions flooded stores on black friday to take advantage of the deep discounts. >> check it the out, 20 percent off plus an additional 40 percent off. >> reporter: official start of the holiday shopping season exceeded expectations thanks to millions more, choosing to buy vee at internet. consumers spent an estimated $3.34 billion on line this black friday, 21.6 percent increase from the same day last year. shopping experts attribute increase to convenience. >> other prices are before you have to drive from store to store to compare prices or go through tons of inserts in your newspaper. >> reporter: on line shopping via mobile device is also up, mobile purchases made up roughly 40 percent of on line sales on black friday, bringing in a whooping $1.2 billion. >> right now we are seeing apps like amazon and wal-mart. >> reporter: chris mason is
ceo of branding brands, largest retail mobile app designer and he said they are convenient and growing in popularity but have opened the door to fraud since designers look for retail stores with no apps and create one. >> for every hundred taken down there would be 200 coming up and it is beginning the game of whack a mole. >> reporter: down loading apps from consumer web site can protect consumers from fraud and shopping on line, the old fashion way. >> i want to see product i'm purchasing if it is a product that is pricey. >> reporter: and most popular products, for toys, and it is lego creator sets as far as electronics, it is ipads and l gt v's, i already have down loaded my amazon app and got started. because cyber monies coming and as you can see i don't know but those cyber monday deals are already very, very sweet. live from the news room cherri gregg for kyw news radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". cherri gregg, multi tasking on a sunday morning, i
welcome back no one can draw attention like lady gaga, her outfits, personality, singing made her a superstar but now she's taking things down a of this. cbs sunday morning lee co an tells us. here's a preview of what you will see late are on cbs sunday morning. >> it seems like you are more, lady now then gaga. >> really. >> yes, does that make sense? do you know what i mean. >> today. >> what about tomorrow? >> ♪ >> there was a time when one thing you could count on for the pop diva was outrageous. >> ♪ >> after all she has put meat dress into fashion. style over substance though. her six grammys are proof of
that. it was just part of the package. >> here we go. >> but her latest solo album her fifth call joann is a toned down diva. >> ♪ i can't wait >> i think that when people see me with less headache up on and less, of what i was doing before. >> you've involved into something different. >> it is less now, but you know, i don't know thaw can put a label on growth, you know, i'm just me, growing up, at 30 just what i want to do now. >> she looks good too. lady gaga doing it her way plus heavy metal style, this sunday morning right here on cbs-3 at 9:00 a.m. still to come, december arrives this week but feels more like october, justin's back with the mild weather that may come with a price. i don't insult people.
i know kind of questions they are looking for in the beginning. then i sock it to them. >> sock it to them. >> still going strong, a legendary member of the "eyewitness news" family celebrates a milestone birthday, iconic trudy haynes shows you how she keeps her energy high when "eyewitness news" continu
winter season last year, northeastern pennsylvania ski resorts are hoping for a better year and skiers in one mountain are getting a early start. take a look, big boulder is opened for business this weekend. skiers happily headaching their way down the slopes. they will be closed again during this week to make more snow and many other pocono resorts are eyeing an early december opening, so for all of the skiers out there like our very own justin drabick good news there. >> that is exciting, early start and hopefully that is the trend.
not the best conditions later this week because we will warm up, and we do have rain but big boulder opened with two trails, so, heading out for skiing and riding. temperature wise this cold down around freezing in spots slowly warming up now. we have full sunshine through most of the region. we will check with the weather watchers, in chesterfield ed connor has chilly 34 degrees in the sun here in philadelphia phil chapline 38. mid 30's in willow grove. michael rye liz coming in at 40 degrees. same deal at lynn's house in cherry hill, new jersey. also cherry hill, a few degrees cooler at 37. cooler sport is mount laurel at 35, and peter in williamstown he has got the 33 . the beautiful sunrise, up early, check it out, sun coming true trees here in philadelphia. leaves dropping on the ground now, a lot of raking to be had over the next week or so. the lets go outside to palmyra cove nature park in new jersey, across the delaware you can see perfect visibility there, the philadelphia sky
line, 42 degrees right now, west northwest wind at 5 miles an hour. pretty comfortable. you need heavier coat. we are dealing with those temperatures in the 30es a. quiet on storm scan three. there were flurries earlier, no big major storm systems. big news for another huge travel day across the u.s. today people leaving town, and heading back to work, school on monday, and we're now switching up our pattern later this week. moving back to wet pattern this is something we have in the seen in a while. there will be a storm situated over northern plains hanging out here. we will get jet stream pulling from the south, that gulf of mexico moisture. we have potential for steady rain starting on tuesday, lasting into thursday. not raining through the entire period but there will be plenty on have have rain at times and that could be heading coming in two rounds. the first one tuesday and next one later wednesday into thursday. nothing happening today though nice and sunny, tomorrow, clouds thicken up throughout the afternoon. the game tomorrow night should be good, at the link, staying
dry, cloudy, tuesday morning, hid morning start to see that rain coming in, pockets of heavier rain tuesday afternoon, should catch a break tuesday night and then wednesday we will see that next round arriving. total rainfall amounts are just a couple models row joking possibly over an inch, close to three of rain, mild projections but you get idea good steady rain. we are down six and a half inches on year and not make up that deficit the but we will take an inch or rain or so. fifty for philadelphia for the high, little cooler, to the north and west in the lehigh valley near 40 in the poconos. surrounding suburbs, of the city, upper 40's to near 50. and, south jersey, overall, pleasant finish to our holiday weekend. like it warmer, starting on tuesday and wednesday, seeing a shift from the jet stream moves to the the north, high temperatures running in the 60's coming out with a price though that rain in the forecast. cool today, sunshine high near 50, tonight it is cold, 35 for the city, 20's in the suburbs. back to reality tomorrow work
and school and need to dress with that heavier coat in the morning hours, cold start up to 53 for the high on wednesday, and increasing clouds, tuesday, period of rain, high 64. wednesday, rain, late in the day, and 66, and that rain should come to an even early thursday morning back to 50's for the high friday and saturday. rahel, back to you. >> right now 8:51. time to head the roads with amanda muhler in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> reporter: roadways are looking pretty good but we have a septa delay to tell you you about, market frankford eastbound lanes is experiencing ten minute delays so plan accordingly, that is due to a medical emergency at fifth second street station. update to the road close another we told you about in new jersey on white horse pike between gloucester pike and i295 due to a down pole, that is partially reopened, part of the right lane that will remain closed until 2:00 p.m. for repairs. all your majors are running smoothly just like this look at mid county tolls at blue route, however, heading out later today be ready for
delays while folks begin their drive home after the long holiday weekend. as well as some of you getting ready to travel others are gearing up to head to the hockey fame tonight, flyers take on the calgary flames tonight at wells fargo center in time at 7:30. at cbs-3 traffic center i'm amanda muhler thousand back to you. she's a true original who made history, "eyewitness news" own trudy haynes, now as cherry greg from our sister station kyw news radio shows us she's not slowing down even as she celebrates a milestone birthday. >> reporter: curiosity has push trudy haynes to accomplish quite a bit in life. she broke color barriers in 1965 when she became nation's first african-american on air reporter and she joined cbs tv and became a household name thanks to memorable interviews on trudy's grapevine. >> i'm your direct connection to the grapevine. >> i have a knack of asking the unexpected.
>> reporter: in 90 years young, she still has it. >> i have got my nice little camera, i go around, shooting, doing interviews, putting it on social media. >> reporter: with the presence on facebook, twitter and instagram she's appeared on six stations in the tri-state area in the past 16 years, hoping on camera with trudy haynes, trudy haynes show and soon to come, start now, stay healthier with trudy haynes. >> so what is her secret for staying young at heart. >> i used to be able to say it was a good life, i had a great husband and i still have a great husband and times change but memories, sort of keep me in shape too. >> reporter: like those with her husband of 39 years, those of her main success and those with the people that she heat every day. >> to have lived almost a century and to know that i can still think and i can still
handle myself, i am very glad and blessed. >> reporter: it is clear miss trudy isn't stopping anytime soon. >> i just want to see what happened today and i want to be part of it. >> so rahel, my interview with miss trudy was so much fun. she's so inspiring. i can't wait to see what she does next. >> apparently she still has some fire. cherri, i was telling you it is in the just here in philadelphia but all across this country i have been seeing happy birth the day messages for a laid very well known. >> people have memories with her, hanging with stars like diana ross, you name it, miss trudy knows them and she knows them well. >> cherri, great piece. >> thank you. >> we will be right
for the high. probably catching a break wednesday morning and then another run of rain, wednesday night, and thursday, temperatures in the 60's heading into december. >> okay, nothing to complain about there. that is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for now. we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs philly.com. sunday morning is next. have a great day.
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