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>> breaking news this morning, gun violence claims another young life overnight in philadelphia. a 16 year old is shot dead in north philly. we're live with what police are saying about that shooting and also, what left a 12 year old wounded. a live look at storm scan3 , right now shows rain showers moving off the jersey shore. another rounds may be rolling through. but the question is will wet weather impact the eagles game chelsey ingram is track being the latest coming up. we'll also have this. >> security has been tight ends for the new york city marathon. i'll wendy jill net new york city, i'll tell you the steps new york city are take to go help keep thousands of runners and millions of spectators safe. >> today is sunday, november 5th. good morning, i'm jan carabeo. let's get right over to that all important eagles game day
forecast with meteorologist, chelsey ingram. good sunday morning, chills i. rainy overnight. how is it looking right now? >> kinds of wet overnight on my drive in, had to use the windshield wipers but the main batch of rain has moved on out things overall will be looking much better throughout the day , still dreary, have the clouds hanging around, by the way let me take to you live look where you can see illuminated city sky thanks to the clouds cover and those lights reflecting off the the clouds. low clouds across the region this morning, clouds will hang around pretty much all day a look at storm scan3 does show the main batch of rain has moved on out. still have to hold for stray shower, maybe patchy drizzle as a possibility through the your sunday. 53 degrees in philadelphia, 56 in millville, in the mid and up ear's down the shore, it is 56 degrees in atlantic city right around 59 in wildwood. we aren't as chilly as we were this time yesterday. so that means we're in for a milder afternoon. specially as we see the winds shift out of the south.
but cool damp morning on tap, spotty shower or drizzle, possibility, mild afternoon and yes, sunset now, little bit just before 5:00 p.m. today. i'll have more coming up in your full forecast, for now, jan, sending it back to you. >> thank you very much. 6:02. we begin with breaking news this morning. a teenager dead and 12 year old is hospitalized after a shooting in north philadelphia "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh, live at temple university hospital this morning where the 12 year old is recovering. anita, do police have any leads? >> reporter: good morning, jan , police say that witnesses told them this gunman appeared to be about five-six and wore all dark clothing but investigators may get a better idea after speaking with this 12 year old who is expected to recover after being shot in the leg overnight. now, as you can see, in this video, investigators say, just after midnight, a gunman fired into a crowd of teens, this happened on the 2700 block of north 19th street. by west somerset street,
that's right off west lehigh avenue. bullets hit the 16 year old twice in the chest, once in the head, mid ex pronounced him dead, while the 12 year old got hit once in the leg. >> right now the scene consists of eight shell casings, four projectiles, we have also four strike marks on the actual property itself, one in the door, and three in the wall. >> and investigators are searching for cameras in the area. they're also speaking to witnesses. again, that 12 year old is expected to be okay. he's in stable condition here at temple university hospital. live in north philadelphia, i'm anita oh, cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >> anita, keep us to up date, thank you. philadelphia police are investigating another overnight double shooting. this shooting happened around 1:00 a.m. on the 400 block every west wyoming avenue. that is in the city feltonville section, one person hospitalized this morning in critical condition. the other was hit in the leg
and is in stable condition this morning. no arrests have been made just yet. no word on what may have led up to this shooting. >> family, friends, remembering teenager shot and killed in south philadelphia last month. the viewing and funeral for ka leer miller took place in philadelphia, he was just 16 years old. police say 16 year old brandon al very i shot miller and 16 year old sal denubile during a argument all happened near 12th and ritner october 12. oliveri is being held without bail. >> man accused of killing his brother inside a home in elkins park. police caught up with the suspect at upper moreland motel. as "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan reports, police say they found the suspect with his brother's stolen car. >> neighbor who didn't want us here on camera told me he was concerned all day when he saw his neighbor harry's car wasn't here. now those fears confirmed. harry, of elkins park, found
dead in his home. police say around 12:15 a.m., dispatched for wellness check. sixty-four year old harry bok man, who lives in in howls, was supposed to meet family member on friday night for dinner and never showed up. police say his brother 60 year old jamison of philadelphia is being charged with murder. they say jamison bok man beat his older brother to death and stole his car. he was found in the basement with signs of blunt force tram a to his head and body. his body located when his brother's stolen ford he is kate at fairfield inn and mo tell in upper moreland township. they arrested him without incident, being held in jail awaiting arraignment on charges of first and third agree murder. elkins park, cleve bryan, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> president trump is now in japan. the first stop of his 11 day tour of asia. yesterday philadelphia was the setting of one of many anti- trump protests all across the country. at least one clash with trump
supporters led to an arrest. >> an argument involving three people went from words to to attack he will then handcuffs, but the demonstrations mostly peaceful. about 100 anti-trump protesters list toned speakers at thomas payne plaza, before marching through center city. meantime, in new york city this morning, that city beefing up security for this morning's marathon. it attract spectators and runners from all around the worlds and is only ever been canceled once. as wendy gillette it reports, it follows west tuesday's terror attack in manhattan. >> this family enjoying manhattan, before kyle runs the new york city marathon sunday. arrived thursday night two, days after alleged terrorist who said he was inspired by isis drove a pick-up truck into bicyclists cents. killing eight people, and injuring 11 other. >> was there any consideration
to pull out when you heard about that terror attack? >> no consideration at all, no i'm locked and loaded and ready to go. >> others are a bit more uneasy like new yorker diane malcolm. >> i've been apprehensive about running the marathon, but i also realize i can't let it stop me. >> the nypd deploying extra k9 unit, extra undercover officers,. >> the city also adding additional sand trucks and vehicles to block intersections, more than any other previous event head in new york city. state and federal law enforcement will lend a hands to help keep the more than 50,000 runners, and as many as two and a half million spectators, safe. >> you'll have thousands of officers on duty this weekend. but i want to stress this is just a precaution cautionary measure. >> race organizers say there has been no spike in concellations for this year's marathon. they are urging those who attends to remove their headphones, put down their cell phones, and remain aware
of their surroundings. wendy gillette for cbs-3, " eyewitness news". >> new information now, in the las vegas mass shooting. police now think depression may have led at least in part to that deadly rampage. investigators say, steven paddock's gambling losses could have sent him into a downward spiral. paddock lost a significant amount of money over the past two years, with the loss cents came diminished status they say. >> glib or faces charges on senator rand paul, state troopers say the kentucky republican suffered minor injuries during the attack at his bowling green home friday afternoon. the suspect, rene buysher, out on bail, charged with condition account of assault. affiliate owe at report fbi is investigating if the attack was politically motivated. spokesperson says senator paul was blind sided but doing fine >> this morning, camden county police officer is waking up at
home. officer patrick o'hanlon gave a thumbs-up as he left the hospital yesterday. o'hanlan was shot in the line of duty. investigators say that officer confronted a man acting suspiciously wednesday night, that's when police say that man shot the officer in the leg. o'hanlon's father spoke before taking his son home. >> sore, little swollen, but good spirits, and just want to go home and get in his own bed and, you know, relax, get well >> oh, hanlon was able to arrest man without anyone else getting hurt. his family says o'hanlon plans to return to the camden county police department once he get better. coming up in our next half hour, hear what camden's police chief credit the saving that young officer's live. >> four philadelphia sheriffs deputies are back home this morning. they spent three weeks in puerto rico. helping victims of hurricane maria. inspector michael basstone, and deputy sheriff officers
alexandra, and end rick a marin arrived at philadelphia international airport yesterday morning while in puerto rico they handed out supplies to people struggling. in that recovery effort, from hurricane maria, all four have family in puerto rico. >> still to come this morning right here on "eyewitness news." >> there is trouble brewing for beer makers across the country. i'm chris martinez in los angeles, i'll tell you how climate change could be threatening your famous brew. >> plus: black ice cream, drinks and powders, the new fad in foods that some think will detox their bodies. and whiten their teeth. we'll explain coming up.
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>> welcome back, check it out. looking at thousands of star fish on a russian beach. happened on an islands north of japan. scientists cents say this is not an unusual phenomenon, just really cool to look at. the result of an earthquake that happened in the area on november 1st. this is also happened after rough storms over the ocean. >> there is trouble brewing for beer makers all across the us. climate change and droughts are making it tough on breweries to get the ingredient they need to make our favorite beers. chris martinez with the details. >> at one of la's fastest growing breweries, keeping up with the demand is a struggle. >> it is incredibly,
incredibly stressful. >> small town breweries like this says much of the stress comes from having to hunt for critical inch gradient like hops, hops are what gives beer its flavor and after roam a most of the country hops are grown in washington, oregon, idaho, states that have suffered increasingly severe droughts in recent years. that's crippled crops leading to shortages. with the mega beer producers gobble up most of the supply, smaller craft beer makers are left scrambling. >> every month we try and figure out where we can get what we need to make a particular beer. >> and if you don't? >> you don't, you don't make the beer. >> produce remembers now trying to grow hops in other states, but it is a slow process. >> changes in temperature, changes in how their plant grow. >> nasa climate scientist joshua fisher says climate change is making drants more intense. >> we are reaching this kind of tipping point to what we've been used to in terms of how
much rain we'll get, how plants grow, and now no longer the norm. >> shortages have led to higher prices for hops. some beer makers say they may ultimately have to pason the cost to consumers. >> it is a lot of beer. >> at frog town, using new methods to find ingredient. calling up other breweries, asking if they have the ingredients that we need, begging sometimes. >> a bitter reality that could be here to stay. chris martinez, for cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >> the weather impact so much. >> i know, i'm glad my husband is not awake yet because that would make him so sad. >> i know. a lot of people as they wake up want to know how the weather limb pact the eagles game. >> main round every rain, jan, already moved out. we do have the risk for spotty shower around today, maybe li what we dealt with last weekends. that's for sure. here's a live look at the city you can see those low clouds across the region.
53 degrees in center city, winds out of the north and east, coming in at 5 miles per hour. temperatures not as chilly as they were this time yesterday. in fact, we're looking at 40's , 50's out there. it is 53 degrees, right now in philadelphia. we have 49 in allentown. 43 degrees in mount pocono. down the shore in the 50's. fifty-seven in wildwood, 56 degrees in atlantic city, 55 in millville. in delaware we're in the 50's, as well, 53 in wilmington, right around 57 degrees in dover. we've had winds coming in pretty persistently out of the east. they shifted with that direction yesterday, remember, that's what kept temperatures down and suppressed. only made it to around 59 degrees, but these winds will be shifting out of the south later today. that will allow temperatures to climb into the 60s, to milder afternoon is on tap. but in the meantime, while we do have persistent east winds, we do have coastal flood advisories with the on shore flow for some of our new jersey coastal areas, and then also down into the delaware
beaches, this is until noon today. throughout the day, though, we will see the numbers climbing, 62 by the noon hour, and then 65 by 3:00 p.m. clouds are really going to dominate the forecast throughout the day today. we will have the risk for maybe a little bit of drizzle, possibly even a passing shower , it is not going to be an ideal weather day by any means. but it is definitely looking a little better specially now that the main batch of light rain has moved on off the coast, the clouds remain, though, we will be dealing with some showers out there. future weather is going to confirm. that will you can see couple of spotty showers, the green dabbed across the map, through the afternoon hours. and then we advance. notice how the clouds continue to linger around even through the 5:00 hour. the sun is going to have already set by 5:00. i think the sunset time is right around 4:54 p.m. i know. so it will be getting dark much, much earlier out there today. again, the risk for little bit of drizzle, maybe even spotty shower, and then mostly cloudy
night. we will deal with maybe some patchy fog developing, and then on monday, another rounds of rain is going to be possibility, and that's associated with cold front that's going to be edging our way. we might even could see a thunderstorm as we head into monday afternoon and evening, so that's something we have to keep a very close eye on. for the birds game today, today, 1:00, a spotty shower, 61 degrees, that's going to be your kick off temperature for our game day. here's your forecast for the rest of the region. cloudy, mild, spotty shower possible, look for high temperature right around 65 degrees. so that's warmer compared to what we dealt with yesterday's high right around 59. and look at this, roller coaster continues. up to around 72 degrees, out ahead of the colds front, late day thundershower possible, then much cooler as we head into the remainder of the week jan? >> chelsey, thank you. 6:18 now. think charcoal is just for grilling? now it is branching out into a variety of products being called healthy.
health reporter stephanie stahl explains the new fad. >> this ice cream shop is serving up one of the hottest new food fads. people are lining up for these sweet charcoal treats, activated charcoal claims to de-fox5 the body. rene is a believer. >> can i get a charge coal lemonade, please? in. >> drinks it in pressed juice at least once a week. >> keeps my skin fresher, like purge some of the things in there, like i can see my skin glows a bit more when i do drink it regularly. >> activated charcoal is used medically to treat alcohol and blood poisoning, made by heating wood or coconut shells at high temperaturement the result is a dark flavor-less powder that's turning everything from pizza crust to smoothies black, but skeptics say there is no science proving it works. >> the de-tox filing agent, doesn't necessarily just take up the bad stuff. actually picks up the good stuff, as well, calcium,
hydration, water and electrolytes. >> doctors also warn activated charcoal could make some oral medications like blood pressure and birth control pills ineffective. >> the porous product, grabs ahold of the medication, so it doesn't make it available for the intestines to bring it into the body. >> let's's. >> rene said she sees health benefits and that it is even whitening her teeth. >> so the charcoal powder works real well for my teeth. because i drink coffee all the time. >> for other it is a novelty worth trying. >> i think it is pretty good. tastes pretty good. >> consumer reports has this advice about items that contain activated charcoal. keeps charcoal in the grill, not the medicine cabinet. and adds that for detox g specifically, best thing to do is make sure your diet includes plenty of water, and high fiber foods. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >> and next on cbs-3 " eyewitness news" this sunday
>> you were conscious for all of it, even though were you shot in the face? >> yes. >> strange to speak, her jaw wired shut, annealing from a tracheotomy, natalie still resonates. >> as soon as i got shot, the girl next to me, a stranger, she took her shirt off and pushed it against my face, said hold this. >> and in the end, she was comforted by another stranger. who was also a victim. >> the whole time to the hospital, we're almost there, natalie. >> and the whole time he had been shot? >> and he had been shot, too. >> there there is no way i would have made it out without the help of stranglers 18 year old was enjoying the festival with friends until a bullet shattered her lower leg, stranger made a torn kit and carried her to safety. >> what is life-like now? >> i'm just taking it day-by-day. and this obviously so beyond thankful that i'm still here,
and my injuries, something that i can recover from. >> there are a lot of ups and downs, and avenue very long road ahead of me. i don't know if the left side of my face will ever work the same. but at the same time i'm grateful to be alive. >> as natalie recovers in california, with her husband, and addison at home in las vegas, both say they want to honor the memories of the 58 who did not survive. and the many who risk their lives to save other. >> just because there was one horrible human being, it is despicable, there are more loving humans than you could ever imagine. >> carter evans, cbs news, las vegas. >> coming up in the next half hour right here on "eyewitness news," live with the clues police have in their search for the shoot here left a teen dead overnight and 12 year old
injured. plus, just days after he was shot at close range, rookie police officer is released from the hospital. how his training helped him survive that shooting. >> and, did you turn your clock backs an hour last night we tell but new research that has uncovered a surprising risk. linked to the end every daylight saving time. >> a dreary and damp start to your sunday. chelsey ingram will be back with your eagles forecast, we're back in a moment. stay with us. nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah.
he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news " this morning. >> good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. unfortunately, not a great start to our day, naturally we sent meteorologist, chelsey ingram out on the skydeck, how is it going right now? >> it is not raining, we do have wet roadways, so if you do have to go ahead and hop in the car, you might be still using the windshield wipe areas little bit, but the main batch of rain, that's moved on out. we will will have the risk for a stray shower, maybe even little bit of drizzle as we head throughout the first part of your sunday, but overall, things are looking much better compared to what we dealt with during the overnight hours. temperatures are milder, compared to this time yesterday, we're at 53 degrees in philadelphia, also, 53 in wilmington, and it is 50 in reading, in the 40's foreplays cents like allentown, also 43
degrees in mount pocono. but we are on track for a milder afternoon, especially once the south winds kicks in. looking at 65 degrees in philadelphia, 66 down the shore, and then 55 degrees in the poconos, again, we are going to have the risk for a stray shower, maybe even a little bit of drizzle here and there. that's associated with warmfront that's swinging on through. but tomorrow, we're going to be tracking a cold front. that could actually bring us more rain, maybe even a thunderstorm, i'll have more coming up on that and your full forecast, for now sending it back to you. >> chelsey, thank you. 6:30 on the dot. we will bring you up to date on breaking news now, teenager dead, and 12 year old boy is hospitalized, police say they were talking with friends when gunman opened fire. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh, live at temple university hospital this morning, where that 12 year old is now recovering. anita, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jan that 12 year old is in stable condition, and is expected to recover after being shot in the leg overnight. but medics pronounce that 16
year old dead at the scene. now, as you can see, in this video from that scene overnight, just after midnight , investigators say that gunman opened fire into a crowd of teens, it happened on the 2700 block of north 19th street near west somerset street. that's right off west lehigh avenue. bullets hit the 16 year old twice in the chest and once in the neck, while the 12 year old got hit once in the leg. captain george of philadelphia police says investigators are piecing together exactly what happened. >> we have female witnesses transported to homicide and we're looking for cameras in the area, right now we have our detective on homicide, our crime scene unit and other detective on location, trying to find the shooter. >> and witnesses describe that gunman as about five-six, wearing all dark clothe being. if you know anything, call police. >> live at temple university hospital, i'm anita oh, cbs-3,
"eyewitness news." >> anita, thank you. keep us to up date. >> a new jersey police officer resting comfortably at home today. just days after he was shot in the line of duty. as "eyewitness news" reporter alicia newest explains, the officer plans to return to the force after recovering. >> after being shot in the line every duty, camden county police officer, patrick o'hanlon, is leaving the hospital and headed home. giving a thumbs-up on his way out to signal he's going to be okay. >> sore, little swollen, but good spirits, and want to go home and get in his own bed, and, you know, relax, get well >> officer o'hanlon's father, grateful to be taking his son home, grateful the incident wednesday night didn't ends in a different way. >> we're extremely fortunate the way that this situation unfolded, that the gun jammed, and the suspect is not able to finish him off like he tried to do. >> camden police chief, scott thompson, says officer on
hanlon was shot in the leg near ninth and chelton avenue in camden, after stopping a suspicious van. even though he was shot, the young officer only one year on the force was able to still apprehends his suspect without another officer or another person, getting hurt. >> the training he got, he just reacted, and from what i could tell he reacted in a good way. >> you know the fact of the matter is that the situation was able to be resolved without anyone losing their life. even the person that was trying to take ours. >> officer o'hanlon is expected to make a full covary there is no time frame of when , but his family says, he will return back to being a police officer, in camden. in the sat center, alicia newest, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> the former security chief at the delaware prison where a deadly uprising took place earlier this year is now no longer with the department of correction. this was the scene at the james t vaughn correctional
center smyrna february 1st. a spokesperson for the department says jeffrey left the prison system back on october 20, and now there is no word on whether he left voluntarily or was forced out. correctional officer steven floyd was killed in that riot which led to the indictment of 18 inmates. >> the jury will begin deliberations in the corruption trial of senator bob menendez, once closing arguments and tomorrow. the federal prosecutors claim that the new jersey democrat took lavish gifts and campaign contributions from a wealthy doctor. in exchange, they allege the doctor received both business and personal favors from the senator. both men denied the charges. >> former new york congressman , anthony weiner; scheduled to start serving his two year prison sentence in massachusetts tomorrow. in may, you may remember, he pleaded guilty to send g a text to 15 year old girl, he was rising political star until he resigned from resigned from congress back in
2011, his wife, hillary clinton's aid, uma, has filed for divorce. >> president trump on his first trip to asia since being inaugurated. kim hutchinson has more on the president's trip abroad. >> president trump and the first lady in a 12 day five country tour in tokyo where trump will sit down with the japanese prime minister before headed to south korea, china, viet nam and the philippines. one of the most anticipated stops will be in beijing where trump will meet with chinese president to discuss security issues related to north korea along with us trade. >> not only north korea obviously, which is the key issue on this trip, but also as president trump said trade, you know, president trump has said he doesn't feel the us has gotten good deal. >> another possible topic every discussion, is china's role in the south china sea, and the increased presence every it military. >> while everybody's talking about the threat posted by north korea, not the most imminent threat.
military rise in the region certainly something that these other countries are concerned about. >> meanwhile hundreds gathered to protest in soul, south korea, ahead of trump's visit there tuesday. i'm kim hutchinson reporting. >> security is being stepped up for today's new york city marathon. this week, crews installed concrete barriers at nearly 60 intersections along the manhattan bike path where eight people were killed in tuesday ' terror attack, the goal to prevent another vehicle friend erring the often crowded path there. more than 51,000 people will take part in today's marathon. and as many as two and a half million spectators are expected to line the course. back here in our area now, in just under two hours, thousands of runners will be taking over the ben franklin bridge. this 16th annual cooper norcross run the bridge charity event kicks off at 8:30 this morning. crews will start shutting down the bridge to vehicles at around 7:45, for the event. that includes a 10k run, 2-
mile bridge walk, proceeds go to the lark school for student with disability, in bellmawr, new jersey. the center provides special education for toddlers, up to adults, at no cost. still to come right here on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this sunday morning: a surprising warning about setting the clocks back. you may have gotten an extra hour of sleep, right? but our stephanie stahl explains the risks you might not see coming. we'll also have this. >> at this johns hopkins medical facility all of the patients are plastic, but preparing doctors to treat real people. i'm weijia jiang in baltimore. i'll show you how, coming up. >> and the round every rain overnight, and a roller coaster temperatures continue. chelsey ingram is back with more on what you can expect at today's eagles game and for the work week ahead. we're back in a moment.
surprising risk linked to the time change. >> reporter: time to fall back , the ends of daylight saving time. it means an extra hour of sleep. what could be bad about that? >> it is causing people to be more likely to act on those aggressive impulse. >> pen researchers rebecca found 3% increase in the number of assaults, that happen on the monday after daylight saving time ends in the fall. >> we get the extra hour of sleep, which everybody appreciates, but also did see that it was sneering the increase in assaults. >> the opposite true in the spring, when daylight saving time begins, and we lose an hour of sleep. assaults go down. people are less productive, too tired to act out. >> this was raw data from police departments. >> yes. >> sleep is linked to everything from mood, product you can i have tiff at this, to weight and brain power, so you would think an extra hour of sleep would be more beneficial. >> i was a little surprised just because you have little bit more energy it, might make you more aggressive. >> then this, different study found your risk of a heart
attack drops 21% on the monday after we fall back, with the ends of daylight saving time, and on the monday when we spring forward, in march, the heart attack risk goes up to 25%. >> we took city reported data from philadelphia, los angeles , chicago, and new york , because all every those city departments also report their data on daily basis. >> back to the police rants on assaults, the up tick only lasted a couple of days after the clocks moved back to regular time. >> another issue related to the time change, less hours of daylight, which increases seasonal effective disorder where people feel more depressed. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, " eyewitness news." >> wow, interesting stuff there, chelsey. i for one was loving the extra hour of sleep last night. >> i so was too. i feel refreshed this morning. i feel like, you know, my brain is working really good. but yes, you know what, we're dealing with damp start out there. we have cloudy skies, you can see that here on our live look at center city, current
temperature right around 53 degrees, so it is at least a little bit warmer, compared to this time yesterday, and believe it or not, that is going to be the trends as we head into the remainder of the day today. now, temperatures, 53 degrees again, in philadelphia, 53 also in trenton, 55 in millville. fifty-seven down the shore. fifty-seven in wildwood. fifty-seven in atlantic city. we're in the 40's, though, foreplays cents like allentown , then also into the poconos, looking at temperatures right around 43 degrees, that's where we will finds the cool spots. at least not in the three's like it was yesterday morning. now, we've had this consistent on shore flow, coastal flood advisories in effect through noon, because that far for some of the new jersey beaches , also down into the delaware beaches, once this east winds chips more out of the south, later today, we are going to see the temperatures on the rise. in fact, we're forecasting highs to make it into the 60s by the afternoon, and the temperature roller coaster ride is going to continue.
we'll have two days with temps above average. we're up to 72 monday. then cold front moves through behind the front, and we drop down to more seasonable stretch, definately cooler weather as well, where temperatures will be at least few degrees below average, for a change, starting on tuesday. >> meantime, today, you can look for a little bit after warm up. sixty-two by noon. sixty-five by 3:00 p.m. the clouds are going to dominate the forecast throughout the day today. but it is not going to be a wash like it was during the second half of last sunday. so overall the game forecast is looking much, much better out there. plenty every clouds, would key see passing shotty power maybe little bit of drizzle just briefly from time to time throughout the day today. the main batch of rain that moved through overnight, that's now pushing off shore. you can see, we're still left with the clouds on storm can three, but for now, for most areas, it is dry. future weather will show that risk for a stray shower, maybe even little bit every drizzle as we head throughout the day today.
not going to be completely dry day. and the clouds are going to linger around, all the way through the day, into the overnight hours tonight. some patchy fog likely developing as well. and then by monday, we're tracking a cold front. out ahead of the front, we could deal with shower maybe even a strong thunderstorm that we have to watch out for as we head into monday afternoon and evening. so, still couple of more chances for rain in the forecast. for the game though, much better situation today, compared to last weekend. looking at kick off temperature right around 61 degrees. and also, a spotty shower will be a possibility. across the region, though, we make it up to around 65 degrees, cloudy, mild, spotty shower maybe even period of brief drizzle but overall not a washout of your sunday. your eyewitness weather seven day forecast, up to 72 on monday, much cooler on tuesday , with temps in the mid 50's, 57 wednesday, 56 thursday, and it is going to be a chilly start to thursday morning. jan? >> oh, boy, thank you, chelsey 6:45, time to check the roads. let's go over to a.m. amanda
mueller in the cbs-3 traffic center well, the good news, not too much out there in terms every accidents. but, that doesn't mean drivers will be headed this morning, weaver lots of event closures starting with this one here, this is live look at ben franklin bridge. this is schedule to close in both directions, starting at about 7:45 this morning, for the cooper north cross run, the bridge charity event. that's set to last until about 9:30, if you need to get in or out of the city you need to use another bridge. if you're already in the city, detours, veterans day parade and festival set to kick off at 12:30 this afternoon with the parade, past city hall will ends at fifth and market for the veterans day festival, closures market street between third and sixth for that festival, as well. live look at 95 and front street, roadways still wet out there. try on the wipers majors running at speed. i'm and amanda mueller back to you.
>> these kids help support pediatric cancer research at the philadelphia navy yard yesterday. the pediatric brain tumor foundation posted its annual stary night 5k run. among the parities paint there , 100 pediatric brain tumor survivors and their families, since 1991, the foundation has funded more than $29 million in research. >> "eyewitness news," was also at the step out diabetes race and walk. you can see right there, a large turn out in front of the philadelphia art museum. the american diabetes association organized this event every year. it raises money for diabetes research, education, and advocate i, advocacy, november is american diabetes month. everyone knows practice makes perfect but in the medical worlds you don't always get a second chance to save a life. so johns hopkins medicine is using life-like robots to simulate emergencies cents. weijia jiang shows us around the state-of-the-art facility in baltimore.
>> even when the patient is a robotic, it can be chaotic and stressful for doctors. >> specially when something goes wrong. >> may need little extra attention. >> here at johns hopkins medicine. >> medical professionals are getting real world experience, in a simulated setting. >> there go. >> the pain rent plastic, but that doesn't mean they're lifeless. >> the mannequins actually breathe. and they actually can bling their eyes, they can speak. we can change their heart rate we can change their blood pressure, their breathing rate >> the center tries to make simulation cents like this 15 year old in cardiac arrest, >> look at communication factors, and engages the learner much more. static while room. >> this group of obgyn
resident work quickly to make sure the newborn is okay, asomugha their professor watches every mover. >> made me better physician, when i go out and treat my real patients >> you take the lesson you learn here in the simulation center, and apply them to your real patients. >> blood pressure little lower life saving lessons, for when it really counts. >> weijia jiang, cbs-3 " eyewitness news." >> napa valley bakery forced to close after last month's wilds fires, now saying a big boost in business thanks to oprah winfrey.
>> these aren't your typical muffins. >> we hands grill them on the stove top, and clarify butter, about inch of butter. so they're basically fried. >> she says the coveted endorsement from oprah has sent on line sales sky-rocketing. and they're moving those muffins on line and out the door to customers everywhere. >> well, for the second week in a row, penn state plays another nail biter. we'll take a look coming up. >> flyers go for back-to-back wins, get much needed help for their tired defense. lesley van arsdall has more in eyewitness sports, that's next
judge final game for the bye week this afternoon whether eagles host the broncos here on cbs-3. denver has not won a game in fill any 31 years, well, carson wentz earlier in the week was nailed the nfc offensive player of the month after his 14 touchdown performance, he will's face his tough he is test of the season, broncos number one defense in the league led by miller, secondary called the no nine zone, ranked sixth gets the paths. >> a lot of man coverage, man coverage, and they flying around, not afraid to get up and jam receivers off the line trying to reroute them and everything. one of the better defenses we'll see, so we have to be able to make plays, at the end of the day it will come down to making plays, but very
talented all over the fields. >> we have a great day of football starting at 11:30 a.m., don bell, pat gallen, voice of the eagles, meal reese and yours truly, live at the linc folds by the nfl today at noon and then the birds and broncos followed by the clears and cowboys. >> defenseman shane, back in the line up, missed last three games with upper body injury. down a gold in the third, sean , jake voracek, rebounds, to tie the game. now the the flyers in a had a lead, jordan behind the net, pass today dale, lights the lamp. all tied up. this game will be decided in a shoot-out. michael, needs to make the save to extend the game, but meek owe o scores, flyers lose five to four. to college football, penn state looking to rebounds from last saturday one point lost to ohio state, back on the road against michigan state. now, penn state was leading 14
to seven in the second quarter when the game was stopped because of weather. that delay lasted almost three and a half hours. hands off to scott goes up the middle, scores 3 yards out. michigan state will take the lead, now 21-17, late in the thirds, trace mc sorely finds wide open, 70-yard connection for the score, and the nittany lions regain the lead. game tide. we have 42nd left. freshman, matt, walks off 34 yards. >> twenty-seven-24 defeat. >> frack franklin fields, between princeton and pen, game decide the until the final minute, 35-31,. >> touchdown, and the quakers take the lead 72nd left e. >> travis wright, field goal, wide right, penn beats princeton. that's all for sport, i'm
lesliely van arsdale, go birds >> go birds indeed. thanksgiving aroundment corp. err and phillies have kick off the holiday season. philly phanatics mom hosed a special breakfast, for dozens of fap list at citizens bank park phillies paying it forwards and celebrating holiday season with various charitable events. >> way to start the season of go, start to get the community involved with what the phillies are doing in the off season. >> here's what we have for you bullet casings scattered on north philadelphia street. after a gunman kills a teenage
boy. we have the latest on the breaking news story. plus: museum for med students, it is definitely no craft project. how art is helping teach the future doctors. >> and, after a night of rain, more on the way for the eagle else game today. chelsey ingram's eyewitness weather forecast is coming up this sunday morning, we're back at the top of the hour. stay with us.
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news" this morning. breaking news, from north philadelphia. a gunman opens fire, killing a teenage boy, just sitting on a porch watch police found at the scene. >> security has been tight ends for the new york city marathon. i'm wendy gillette in new york sit, i'll tell you the steps city officials are take to go help keep thousands every runners and millions of spectators safe. >> unfortunately, the morning begins on a dreary note. for more rain, being here eagles game? today is sunday november 5th. good morning everyone, i'm january carabeo. it is 7:00 a.m. we do hope you set your clocks back an hour, daylight saving time has ended. soap, let's start you off with a look at the forecast, get right over to meteorologist, chelsey ingram. good sunday morning, chelsey, a lot of rain overnight. >> wet start to the morning, but it is dry at least for now we