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now, enters another morning commute. and, commuters have already had enough of this. the strike having a ripple effect on regional rails, and traffic, in and out of the city. we're live with the latest on negotiations between septa and the union. and we're tracking breaking news out of the state of iowa. two police officers from two different jurisdictions have, been ambushed, shot, and killed. >> we'll keep you updated on that. >> huff and puff, an eagles is facing gun and marijuana charges. the other charges josh huff is facing after being pulled over with a gun and drugs in the car. and six days away, come on, let's get this over with from election day, donald trump and hillary clinton are fighting hard for your votes. the new national pole that has come out overnight that may surprise you. good day everybody, it is a wednesday? >> it is wednesday. >> it is wednesday, november the second, 2016. >> we're well into the month now. >> we're well into the month.
>> well into fall. that's true. but also, even though it is only day two, i'm sure people are already sick and tired of the septa strike and how it is affecting us. >> sure. but at least we have something pleasant to talk about, that's the weather, which we get to in just a second. >> so, it is day two of the strike. and this was the scene last night, aspect ers rolled out for new contract, g thousands of people to continue to serve for alternative rides to work and to school. but we have team coverage with everything you need to know this morning, lauren johnson in center sit which latest on negotiations to ends this strike. will when will they pick them back up? steve keeley at fernrock, talking with commuters, suing how the morning is going, first bob kelly in the traffic center. >> this morning we call on kelly, okay? we want to send your questions about the septa strike, and how it is affecting you. anything you might need to know, use the hashtag fox 29 septa, and then we start calling on kelly and bob kelly will answer them on air. >> what? >> yes. >> you know, i wasn't a big fan in grade school of having
a test first period, you know, when you walk in -- >> well, you are getting where every -- one every hour. >> live look at the schuylkill expressway, no problems yet. this is a live look at girard avenue. we are certainly going to see increased volume on the roadways, day number two, of these strikes, are always worse than day number one. we've covered a bunch. here is a live look, example, already jam packed here on the vine street expressway. crossing town trying to get over toward 30th street station. we're already looking at ten, 15 minute delays on both the warminster and the west trenton regional rail line. here is your checklist for today. be ready for the crowded platforms, get your particular nets advance, no cash collected on the trains, you'll not be able to board the train, unless you have a ticket. try for the flex hours. i know it is easier said than done, especially, with the kids. but if you can ask the boss, please, please, pretty please, to maybe 9:30 start time would be something to kind of shoot for because that's where we
saw things ease up just a little bit yesterday. same deal, was not running, the city buses and trolleys. no market frankford, no broad street subway, what is running, the regional rail lines. the norristown high-speed line, the suburban buses and trolleys, outside the city limit, paratransit is operating, as well as the lucy loop here in university city, if you are going to drive, and i think a lot of folks you know, tried to plan a yesterday, that didn't work, or maybe they weren't happy, so they're jump in the car and try it today. we got ten for ten again today. ten bucks, for ten hours, at select parking garages, and the ppa will offer little bit of slack on those meters today. but sue, i think you'll offer up good news forecast wise? >> right. sort of contrast as everything that's going on with public transportation. we have a great weather day ahead. it is a ten out of ten. once again, with bus stop buddy celebrating national devils egg day, we will be doing the same in the 9:00 hour of good day. temperatures are in the 40's, 50's, not as chilly as they were yesterday. again, nothing on radar, to
show you, so, let's talk about what it is like in philadelphia right now. 53 degrees, that's a lot more comfortable than it was yesterday. sunrise time is 7:32, 44 degrees, mount pocono, and improvement over yesterday. forty-five in reading. fifty-one atlantic city and wildwood. 48 degrees wilmington, delaware, walking out the door. yesterday high of six off degrees right around where we're supposed to be for early november but tomorrow zooming above average to 73, how long will this last? we've got the seven day forecast, just ahead. mike anal next. >> 6:04. service remains suspended as septa and the union that represent the workers still dead locked with contract negotiations. >> sides set to meet back up this morning to resolve the issues over the sheridan. that's where lawyer send right now. yes, do you have any idea when they might get back together? >> well it, looks like, according to twitter, we will find out at 6:00 a.m. right now, i just checked, didn't get an update just yet. but the two big issues they're debating here at the sheridan in center city, pensions,
workplace safety, local 234, the union representing the workers have their demands, and septa has its offers. now two sides need to meet somewhere in the middle so this sit can i get back to normal. when it comes to safety union wants mandatory 14 hour period between shifts, instead of the current nine-hour requirement. they say, that makes a lot of people tired. there is a lot of fatigue, and that's dangerous for riders, the union said the five minute breaks promise in the contract are not always honored. they want the break extended to ten minutes. then, there are pensions, which almost causes strike back in 2014. but the union held off, hoping for more equity. and they say it has not happened yet. union members are upset with pension caps for workers, but say, those same rules don't apply to managers. >> right now all about pensions. right now all about pension. there is a box. they've got to try to figure out how to stay within the box, that's what they're trying to do. >> soap, sounds like both
sides in addition to sit leaders, sat down pretty late last night. decided to call it quits around 1:00 this morning, so again, everyone expected back here at the sheridan to sit down at the table this morning, mike and alex, hoping to come to some terms on some agreement and we will talk in the next half hour about the strike, if it extends into next week, how it could affect election day, and which candidate, yes, it could affect the worse. >> okay. >> thank you, lauren, even though we are thinking about next week, election day, still the fact, what we're dealing with this morning, because moving into the second day, and people, all over the city, have been trying to find other ways to commute and get to where they need to be. >> steve, what are you hearing from the folks? >> can i saying? >> yes. >> can i say something so common sense? it is not a big deal on election day, last septa strike happened on election day at 3:00 a.m. people in philadelphia vote within walking distance to their house. i don't know why the big uproar over election day, they struck on election day, the last time, mayor nutter called it outrageous, it was no big deal.
and plus the people that do get rides, they get rides even when septa's not on strike, the older folks, that's what they do to get people to vote for who they want them to vote for. they have the street money. pay workers just for that day to work and get people to the polls. it is not going to a big deal if they're on strike election day, all right? i know that's my opinion. but that's the real world right there. so, stop making a big deal out of it, so many polling places, for instance, bob brady votes in somebody's garage near his house. and the person's garage. because i've been with him when he vote. all right, did i rant enough? i went over my minute time limit? whether we don't know whether they're talking back at the sheridan, they are talking out here at fernrock, most of which we can't put on television, but we did find roxanne friar son this morning who went curse-free for us. >> how bad was yesterday? >> yesterday, out of a ten, it was a ten. it really was. my bus, i catch the three up in horsham. it didn't come. i had to wait for another one. so i was like -- i get off at
two something. ii get home until almost 5:00. i can't be mad at them, they de is her whatever they need. so i got to do what i got to do. >> how bad was your life yesterday? >> horrible. scary. today i got my daughters walking with me, yesterday i didn't have nobody. i didn't know where to catch my bus at when i got up into horsham going up there, it was really horrible. >> she is a sweetheart. mikey end with a smile. if craig, our former legal expert's wife, married chris rock, her name would be fernrock. >> oh, boy. that's actually good. i like stuff like that. >> yes? >> yes. thank you, steve. craig mitt nick, whatever happened to him? >> who knows. >> hi, craig. get updates on the strike fox29.com. sign up for text alerts there, follow us on social media, as well, you'll also find
contingency plans from some of the schools in the area, and hospitals, as well. >> 6:09. breaking news, police in des moines iowa say two officers have been shot and killed, in ambush style attacks. we do not know any details about the suspects right now. but we are working to gather more information. we'll keep you updated. this is breaking news, two officers shot ambush style. >> i believe call out to des moines police, capitol of iowa, to go to a suburb, i think it is uniondale, where they found a dead officer. well, one of the officers respond today that, was then killed. so this definitely was targeted, looks like, somebody want to go kill police officers, again in this country. 6:09. josh huff you know he had the great game, love the flip did he in the end zone, number 13. police finds a gun and weed in his car on the walt whitman bridge yesterday morning. what he was doing that led to the traffic stop in the first place. >> plus, bill cosby back in court today, what he is
>> eagles wide receiver josh huff, police say, he was arrested after they caught him speeding near the walt whitman bridge, with marijuana, and
a gun in the car. this is around 11:00 tuesday morning. >> huff now charged with possessing unloaded handgun, without a permit, small amount of marijuana. also, found in the car, hollow
point bullets. huff released from jail after posting bail. now the eagles issued a statement basically saying they are aware of the situation, this is the car he was driving off after released yesterday. the eagles release a statement saying they are @ wear of the situation, and they are gathering more information. >> wasn't he driving pretty fast, though, as he left? >> i mean, probably ready to get out of there. >> i know, but in trouble in the first place, speeding? >> maybe just how it looks. >> all right. >> don't know. we weren't clocking him. >> what's weird, i think he was clock like 55, 60 miles an hour, and when he was running down the field and did the flip into into the end zone, running at 21 miles an hour, half the speed of his car. >> which is so impressive. >> it is very impressive. well, today bill cosby's lawyers are at it again. they get another chance to argue that his sexual assault case should be thrown out, and challenged, the accusations of 13 women, who will testify against cost bee. they want to keep the comedian's damaging deposition, in a decade-old lawsuit, out of this trial. that's what his attorneys want. cost by is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting temple
university employee andrea constand back in 2004. meanwhile, prosecutors say they will show a pattern of how cosby drugged and assaulted women over the years. >> 6:13. another hectic day ahead for philadelphia commuters. we talk to a septa official next about how they're dealing with day two of the strike. >> all right. when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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>> time for calling on kelly. bob kelly answer your
questions. bob, ready for this one? >> hold on, alex. let's just look at bob kelly now, his first question of the day, about the septa strike. are you going to answer it, or are you going to defer to somebody at septa? >> no, no, no. i don't defer. sister laverne never let me defer. >> okay. >> i'll answer, got my pencil, hit me with it, bring it on. >> mike, since you scrolled down, it is not up, i can't read the question. >> so, hold on. >> okay, this is, says hey bob, i want to know what's septa going to do about the weekly passes no good to us? >> we will we answer that the five times yesterday buy we will do it again. >> here is the deal, hold on to the pass. that will pass is god if you want to use the regional rails within the city. any concerns on refunds, credits, will be dealt with
after we deal with the strike. there is the answer for you. let's bring in heather red fun from septa. did i get that right? >> yes, did you. >> ding. little star on my collar now? right? >> yes. let's review here for everybody again, same situation as yesterday. what's not running again this morning? >> anything within the city limits is not running. so, market frankford line, broad street line, the trolleys, ten, 11, 13, 15, 34, 36 and any bus routes between route one and up to 89 and the heard buses. >> of course the broad street subway is not running as well. so two big horses. what's running this morning? >> ream thal rail running, all of our loins are running, norristown high-speed line, trolley routes 101, 102, ckt, lucy, and the suburban bus routes, but the suburban bus routes are not coming into the sit. >> i heather i think the one big point we should point out, as far as your tickets, let's explain that, you need to have your tickets in advance before you get on the train.
>> yes, yes. if you're at an outer lying station, you know, there is ticket offices at those stations, we have septa personnel at some of the stations, selling tickets, and if there is no ticket office at outer lying station, no septa personnel, then you buy your ticket on board. but coming into the city, that's what the situation is. coming out of the city, center city station, you have to have your ticket or your pass before you get in line to get on the train. >> heather i was here last night nor the evening news, we had problems getting engineers, conductors, to work, to man those trains, confirm for me that's not issue this morning? >> we did get the injunction, and those crews will be able to have access to the facilities to get into run the trains. >> sounds good. heather redfern, thank you, coming to us live from septa headquarters, back here your checklist, try for those flex hours, maybe work from home. i'm going to try that tomorrow. >> okay. >> work from home. i got that green scene set up in my base. we'll see how that goes, parking options, if you are coming in today to the city,
go the plate rate again $10 for ten hours. the ppa says they'll offer some slack on the meter times. and we got a problem already here on woodhaven road. this is live look, northeast philadelphia, woodhaven road eastbound, an accident over near i-95. and already an accident here, this is westbound, on the schuylkill expressway, jammed solid out toward gladwynn. day number two, traditionally, has been worse than day number one. folks had a plan yesterday. they tried it. not happy. frustrated, scrapped it, and we will try something different. then the natural option is get in the car and hit it roads. and i think that's where we'll see a lot of extra volume on the roadways this morning. but maybe sue has a nice forecast to make it happy? >> for a loath of folks the option is walking and biking has been very popular. we have good forecast for that today, the early part of tomorrow, high pressure in control, it has been at least for yesterday and today nice start to the month of november. not until tomorrow afternoon this cold front comes through and changes us back to chill
at up temperatures, but by tomorrow we could have near record warmed. now, here is the forecast for today. plenty of sunshine, plenty of sunshine, clear night, maybe some fog in the morning. the rain rolls through about 1:00 or 2:00 in the afternoon. maybe gone by the evening rush. that would be ideal. we could get couple every thunderstorms, might get wrap around moisture, by friday, what a difference, very windy, very chilly by then. the sunshine sticks around at least every day of the weekend. so we head to the seven day forecast, and show you the differences in temperature. seventy-three today. seventy-eight tomorrow. and then down to 58 on friday. what a difference, and it will feel even chillier than that, thanks to the wind. sunny, cool over the weekends, bolt days will be sunny and seasonable, shall we say, change the time, another reminder on saturday night. 70s for two days, guys, two days. >> nothing wrong with that, 76 degrees, my goodness, tomorrow. 6:20. >> sad news to report this
morning, harold b hairston philadelphia's first african-american to serve as fire commissioner has died. according to philly.com he died yesterday at his west mt. airy home. former commissioner hairston appointed head of the fire department in 1992 by mayor ed rendell, served for 12 years until retired in 2004. he was a part of the fire department for 40 years. circumstances surrounding his death have not been released. he was 76 years old. great guy. such a nice guy. >> philadelphia mayor jim kenney released this statement on the death of the commissioner, former commissioner hairston. i'm deeply saddened by the news of commissioner's passing, dedicated firefighter and outstanding commissioner, left lasting impact on the department and our city. my thoughts and prayers are with his family. 6:21. we will keep you updated on funeral arrangements, as well, over the next couple of days. nfl deadline behind us. eagles didn't make a move. even though everybody is screaming, we need a new wide receiver. fu inched youth how close they did come, to landing a pretty darn good wide receiver.
>> game tide late, the ball, in the air, somehow it, finds surge i, fouls, like mcconnell works make both free flows, the sixers lose 103-101. sixers still looking for their first win. and in the world series, the cubs force game seven behind the bat of addison russell, 435-foot grand-slam. rest he will two for five, six rbi's, cubs win nine-three, game seven. >> nice. that's sports in a minute. >> just mentioning this, looking for wide receiver so over here, staff pole, see the
staff pole over there? so, they ask most of their sports writer what do we need? what's the big thing for the eagles? look at all of the wide receivers, common. >> nicely done! >> the o line, yes. specially on that fumble play. >> old line, wide receiver itself. what do we do by the nfl trade deadline yesterday at 4:00 in what do the eagles do? >> nothing! >> even like 315, maybe they'll announce it at 3:59. >> nope. >> no. >> that's the guy we're looking for right there. just how close were the eagles to making a deal with tori smith of the 49ers? spn ed reported yesterday that the eagles were willing to trade a fifth round pick for
smith, but san francisco wanted four rounder. cory confirmed 49ers were in negotiations about possible, even said change of scenery would be good for him. but as we now know, no deal was made. we weren't willing to give up a third round pick for tori smith. whose wife, i always like to mention, went to plymouth whitemarsh high school. >> but i mean, pretty good. we gave up a lot whether we got wentz. maybe too much to give away. >> really? >> we do have first round pick in that draft. >> night need little more than that. >> i want result now. i'm old. i'm afraid i won't be around much longer to see the eagles win a superbowl.
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new details from police on the two police officers who were shot and killed in ambush style overnight. we will keep you updated on details here, we do have new info in. >> plus, just six days from the election and the race is as close as its ' ever been, how donald trump has managed to close the gap on hillary clinton in the national polls. >> yes. >> even out in front of her. >> for sure. new polls out from overnight that may stun you. and he is a champion, man. championship fighter from philadelphia shred i add varies, before he fights, will visit you live in studio, and i'll punch him in the face. >> oh, i don't know. >> i need a wake-up call. >> good day everybody, november the two, 2016. >> course taking in your questions, about day two of the septa trying. because it means more headaches, and delays for commuters, as work remembers
holding out for new contract, buses, subways, trolleys remain park forcing thousands of people to search for alternative rides to work and school. soap, crews are out with everything you need to know this morning. lauren johnson of center city following the negotiations, the latest when they pick back up. steve keeley in fern rogue, what they are dealing with on day two. and karen hepp joins thus morning, more on traffic headaches, that the strike is causing people, of course, to do other options. >> well, we start with the king of the whole circus, that's bob kelly. >> oh, look. >> oh, look at that. >> got the septa graphic over his face, and calling the segment calling on kelly. you have question about this septa strike? >> call me kelly. >> call me on my cell phone. >> oh, okay. are you ready for the next question, bob? >> hit me with it. >> it says how do you get to the wells fargo center from north philadelphia. >> remember, there is a flyers game. >> old joke. practice, practice, practice. >> we are talking practice. now, here is the answer to
that question. because we have a flyers game tonight. we had sixers game last night. uber it. cab it. or you got it, practice, practice, you got to walk it, all right? that's the deal getting -- there are your options, in other options, broad street subway on strike, no trains running. good morning, everybody, keep the questions coming. 6:33, live look here, the westbound schuylkill expressway, jammo, from approaching the boulevard out to gladwynn. all because after accident, right at the gladwynn interchange. this is a live look here, at belmont avenue. looking across the board already. ten, 15 minute delays on the regional rail lines, so here we go. we are starting to creep up with the increased volume on the trains, and the roads, again, get your particular nets advance. you will need your ticket before you board the train. try for some flex hours. please, please, pretty please, boss, you are the best in the whole world. let me come in maybe after 9:30, or maybe work from home. i know it is easier said than done. there is not one scenario that's going to work for
everybody, across the board. again, the city buses and trolleys are not running. the market frankford line is not running. neither is the broad street subway. the regional rails are running, with delays, pacca snack, pack your patience, you know the deal, norristown high-speed line operating. the suburban routes, buses and trolleys are operating, but they will not cross inside the city limit. paratransit for anyone that has medical appointment, for a pick up today, they'll be running, but expect delays, because those paratransit buses are going to be stuck again today in the gridlock which i think the gridlock on the roadways is going to be worse today than it was yesterday. sue, i hope you got some good news for us in the forecast? >> bus stop buddy has to go to school, bag g deviled eggs for lunch and it is milder than yesterday. when we were in the 20's, 30's, 40's, no rain on radar. so our temperature at the airport is 53 degrees, to get you started, that's little
more comfortable. sunrise time is 7:32, and it is 44 degrees, in mount pocono. about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. forty-five in reading. and 51 in atlantic city, 49 degrees down in dover, bell wear. yesterday we got to 60 degrees, pretty normal for early november. but check out today high temperature, 73 degrees, breeze out of the southwest, fog may be rolling in tonight, will be another mild night. tell when you the rain arrives tomorrow, coming up. >> so had you dot negotiations go into last evening? should we find snout. >> we should. because less than a week away, >> do you think the school, get to go work, all of the stuff, people have doctor's appointment, people want this fixed. >> let's go so lauren give us update? >> fix it. >> all right. so yes. it is too early to tell. we know steve keeley's opinion about this election day de bok
em. last night at the sheridan, negotiations wrapped up about 1:00 a.m., actually early this morning, but we do know that it could possibly affect, the union highly supportive of hillary clinton and they say they do not plan to return to work for the election without a new contract. both sides will hammer out new detail. like yesterday evening there is union almost immediately denied the first post strike proposal from septa by 1:00 a.m., both sides tired, they left negotiating table. tensions, breaks, during long shifts, issues, they'll need to agree onto end the strike and get the city back to normal. but if the strike continues, democrats worried about long commutes being a reason people will not go vote. one of them, congressman bob brady. >> well, you know, when you vote near your home, you still got to get up an hour or two earlier and make sure you get to work, make sure to get the kids to work. that hour too early to get on the street before 7:00.
trouble. and then i don't know how long it takes people to get home from work, but most longer won't be home by 8:00. so it is an inconvenience. >> scares a lot of people if it keeps people from vogue it appears hillary clinton's campaign stuck with the worse relying on the traditional high democratic voter turn out here in philadelphia. steve keeley has very different opinion. he is standing by at fernrock with more on what he has to say. hi, steve. >> reporter: lauren, we know tens of thousands of philadelphians are burning mad over this strike with three of the ladies on the picket line, trying to keep warm, in the overnight hours, and we're breaking up the pallets and trying to give them little help, little manual labor here. craig walk down here with me. so, they're eating well, or at least trying to stay fueled both their fire fuel and looks like the sprinkled donuts not going as far as as the chocolate covered. but they have a fresh delivery
of glazed. by the way for the afternoon they're barbequing out here. now it could be the whim which guy and put on the oven myths to keep warm, mike, this is more your style to do this for live shot. but we're trying to help out. meanwhile, we are talking to some of the commuters. never seen people walk so fast in a morning commute than those coming here to the fernrock and trying to get -- craig, come within i am. you will see everybody walking briskly down to the red station, you heard helen redfern say they are selling tickets on the platform. among those who took a moment and stop talking to us is roxanne friar son. you have the right attitude, you are expecting problems, you won't let anything get snow. >> nope, nope. >> so another ten on scale of bad days not going to bother you? >> how many more tens do you have in you, though? >> probably about three. i hear it is going to maybe a long strike. so i have to get the mindset, i got to do what i got to do. try to stay positive. and keep it moving.
>> all right, women, we are not taking sides in this, of course, on the side of the commuters, but we are helping out. mike, you can come down here, train for your big boxes match. you can break some wood. show you little martial arts move, little -- >> rip his face right there. >> all right? >> steve, if we're taking votes on the donuts, i'm a glazed guy all the way. i would have gone for the glazed over the chocolate donut. >> i don't know, i like the sprinkles. >> well, yes, and in my youth i was a big sprinkle guy. if you notice alex, they look like halloween thanksgiving sprinkle colors. them got the little green and the orange. mikey know you're a can i corn fan. maybe that's -- you know what this is mike, don't you? that's boston creamy think, those are killed filled. bob kel say is a donut expert, but glazed donuts and this looks like a special fried glazed donut i think? >> i know my donuts.
that's the glazed opened fashioned, which is my number two after the classic glaze. >> you don't want fresh squeezed orange juice, you want sunny delight. >> is that peach, orange peach? i haven't seen orange peach. >> orange peach. >> do you think there is any orange or any peach in there? do you think? >> no. >> wait. contains 5% juice. >> oh, 5% juice. >> so you got at least 5%. 5% of it, probably like a peach fuzz in there and maybe an orange seed. >> by the way, peach fuzz new emoji. >> no, it used to be a peach emoji, now this, looks more like a peach. >> looks like somebody's butt actually. >> the old one did. >> here is something else to vote on, over chocolate, i like pulp in my orange juice. >> do you? i like medium. >> extra pulp. >> you know with the donuts and the sprinkle it, looks like it was originally halloween one, and put yell on
and green on top. who knows? >> fall colors. >> fall. okay, by the way you can get septa update here, trying have some fun through the whole mess here on "good day" philadelphia, that's what we want to do. check out the information 24 hours a day my fox, no, what's the website in fox29.com. >> changes over the years. okay, something horrible has happened again in our country this time out of the state of iowa where we have breaking news two, police office verse been shot and killed looks like ambush, separate incident over hour stretch of time. happened in des moines, just outside of des moines, iowa, in the suburbs there. >> this is new video, haven't seen video interest this yet this morning. >> sheriff department on the scene there as well. >> this happened just about just after 1:00 in the morning, and they found urban dale iowa police department officer dead in his vehicle, that's suburb of des moines, the capitol. had been shot several times. also then a des moines metro area police officer responded
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people finds alternate ways to get to work. yesterday morning, we were talking about how packed it was, so karen, you're at broad and spring garden how the commute is shaping up so far? >> start with one of the things to get around, to avoid all of the traffic, indigo bike. they have decided to stock these up all over, adding extra bikes, of course, and adding extra racks at many different locations, they're going to have unlimited racking, in fact, some of the hot spots, right in center city because so many people will be taking them, want to park them, so you'll be able to do that. this is one of the septa stations, see the traffic building, big sign over here, as we all know, station closed. so we're seeing a lot of the lines already showing if you're taking normally some of the regional rail in. a lot of delays already. many more people were driving. now in when my photographer jared and i were in about this area yesterday, traffic builds up so much, that in probably an hour from now they'll need the police officers to be out here to make sure that people don't block the box. because we have all of this traffic. this is of course broad street where the biggest thorough
fares in from the north. so it will have everybody chanelling on in, as they're trying get alternate routes to get into the city, tan gets backed up the entire lane. all the way from above the city, you know, montgomery county all the way down to sit hall. so they put the officers out here so people cannot block the box, and we go get through. don't have the gridlock. terrible gridlock yesterday. people frustrated when regional rail. couldn't get home last night. know we have more people driving. so these are the people that were smart that didn't leave early, woke up with the moon basically, in order to get in early, maybe their flex timing. and they're going to avoid most of the rush, yes, pretty heavy traffic, for this hour of the morning. so we haven't gotten the police out here yet. i'm sure they will be arriving at many of the intersections, a lot of people on bikes, and just real busy. so, i was checking almost every single line, bob, is showing delays, some of them even running express, they're so crowded, our regional rail.
bob kelly? >> exactly, carry karen, zero delays, ten minutes, now anywhere from 30 to 45 minute delays. here is a live look at vine st. local. vine st. right at race. right around the corner from where you're standing. already, at like bamm, pancakes here, stacking up with delays. folks, again, using another option, they used option number one, tried yesterday, they scratched that. and now we are jumping in the car. look at this two, miles an hour, westbound, schuylkill expressway. because after accident at bill month avenue. live look from skyfox. keep in mind, just as many if not more people leave the city, to go to work. then come into the city. the reverse commute we call that, that's just as much impacted as folks coming into town. because these folks are using the schuylkill right here, would have typically used some of the bus routes, from center city to get you out into conshohocken. we are jammo, from the
boulevard all the way out approaching gladwynn, three car crash off to the side. typically at this hour on the westbound side, may not have been that big after deal. but, because we already were in gridlock, to begin with, certainly, getting behind the eight ball here. let's go back to the maps here. all of the regional rail lines again, running with upward of 30 minute delays, and it is creeping up quick. warminster, west trenton, paoli, lansdale, expect a crowded trains and the platforms again today. remember, we have all of the kids back to school. the archdioces, catholic schools, are back at it today, they had holiday yesterday. get your tickets in advance. try for those flex hours. plug in the laptop and work from home if you can. and maybe when you are working from home you could work out on the deck with a good looking sunshine forecast, sue has got it in 15 seconds.
>> we look taking note of the change of the time in this weekend. sunday morning whether we turn the clocks back, so we fall back, which means, we get the extra hour of sleep. so you may be early for things, if you don't turn your clock back saturday night. high pressure in control today, and the early part of tomorrow with milder air moving in, from the southwest, but here is a cold front. waiting in the wings. that's going to take us back to chilly temperatures, by friday. so when does that rain arrive, 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon, first round every rain, maybe couple every thunderstorms after that, chillier air is behind the front. but we should get it well into the 70s, before that rain happens tomorrow. so, the rain, not until tomorrow. it is 53 degrees walking out the door, little more comfortable than yesterday. specially up in the mountains where we were in the 20's at this time yesterday. it is 44 right now. forty-nine in dover.
forty-eight wilmington, delaware. sixty-one is our average high. right around there yesterday with 60 degrees. we had quite a bit of cloud cover, but today sunshine takes us to 73 degrees. we're in the 70s again tomorrow. and then back to chilly weather just in time for the weekends, mike anal next. >> just in time for the weekends. he's done it again, in a jimmy kimmel guy. >> asked par don't crank their kids by telling them they ate their halloween candy and record this. >> he does this every year. >> for six years, yes seems kids still have not caught onto this prank. >> some cry, others resort to other measures. here it is, from last night. >> you are watching a movie, and we ate all of your candy. >> (crying). >> step up. look at it again. >> all gone.
>> (crying). >> ate all of the halloween candy. there is none left. (crying). >> what? >> my candy's gone. >> i ate it all. (screaming). >> i ate all of your halloween candy. >> what? >> (laughter). >> i ate all of your halloween candy. >> you're just joking. >> nope. i ate it all. i ate it all. >> no. >> oh, can't get enough of it. >> i hate you. >> i'm laughing, but i feel horrible. like it is so wrong but hilarious.
>> the one in the dinosaur suit? >> how about the one kid, ran up on his parents, what did you say? >> you know where it hurts. >> so, my gosh. 6:52 in the morning, you are going i didn't sleep all
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nightmare. and, more of the same, is expected today. we're tracking the latest on the negotiations, and how this is already impacting your commute this morning. >> huffing and puffing, eagles receiver josh huff facing, facing gun and drug charges, what he was doing got officer attention, what it could mean for his future with the team. >> americans cast their vote in six days in the race between donald trump and hillary clinton. as close as it has ever been. >> the two almost even in the latest national polls, what they're doing to win over voters in the final days of campaigning. >> championship fighter from, now alvarez, one of the biggest fights in ufc history, joining just studio it tell us how upleans to take down connor mc gregor. >> hi, e