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judge looking for cause of the fire. forced evacuation of a neighbors home, this is the second fire, in as many weeks, at this one location. and orange glow, and smoke, lots of it, filled the night sky in frankford. as 3-story, brick, vacant apartment building, burned out every control. >> i think it is a little scary, because you never know what's going to happen. and just don't know. >> the fire started around 1:00 in the 1100 block of
arrott street. two hours later, crews had the flames under control. but the roof partially collapsed. so, a possibility of further collapse, firefighters work outside of a collapsed zone, dousing several flames with water. >> what makes it so stubborn, when the roof collapses, material that makes a roof somewhat waterproof, prevents water from getting out. >> eight people from neighboring home had to be evacuated as a precaution, and they are becoming all too familiar with fire, officials tell us, there was another fire here at the vacant building just one week ago. >> it appears that it is somewhat suspicious, given that no one lives there, and no utilities. >> some older guy that usually swats in, there i think he was in there, and i've seen him come out, get water bottles to drink. >> now, fire officials have received reports of a squatter at this location, they are looking into that, this morning, and take look at these great photos shot by eyewitness november err allen wheeler, just shows how colds
it is out here this morning, that's a tree out front of this burned out vacant building just covered in ice. soap, that's what firefighters were dealing with this morning, and that's also what people were forced out into cold, into the cold, when they were forced from their home, that is just about dozen people who had to be evacuated. but again, no serious injuries, just the one firefighter sent to the hospital with minor injuries. reporting live in frankford this morning, jan carabeo, "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i good to hear, jan, thank you. here is our traffic and weather together, carol? >> looking at clouds into the area, parts of the area, near the shore, starting to pick up precipitation, a lot more to come. look at this at the shore, look how rough the ocean; also look how far inland that water is going, that's why there is a coastal flood advisory this morning, and tomorrow, a coastal flood watch because you may be finding even more in the way of tidal flooding tomorrow with the nor'easter getting little closer to us. notice on storm scan3, that we've got the wide view on. but also, take a look, as we
get little bit closer to the shore. this is where you're phone g some of the rain showers already. this is nothing compared to what is coming tomorrow. even brief snow showers, around galloway, is that possible? looks like it is, according to storm scan3. now, our temperatures at this point, are in the 20's, so we've got cold morning out there. twenty allentown, 29 philadelphia, at the freezing mark, millville, wildwood. so with the precipitation, coming in, and temperatures around the freezing mark, careful out there. we have some wet weather to come. and that low moves into the area, and as it does, it bridges one to 3-inch of rain into the area. if you are far enough to the north, through the poconos, you can be finding heavy wet snow, winter storm warning going into effect there, at 3:00 in the morning tuesday morning right through wednesday morning. let's check on these roads right now, with jessica. >> hey, thank you, carol. good morning, 8: 03, and doesn't it seem to be causing too much problems, this could be a pretty dangerous situation, on the vine street
expressway. bun of of cars back up behind this disable vehicle here, blogging out the left lane there. they will all have to merge. this that could create a problem. so careful headed out on the vine street expressway. over on the roosevelt, an accident taking out the left-hand lane here causing huge southbound delay. headed toward the schuylkill expressway, you can see, fire police on the scene, several cars involved in this, as well. and you can see, some police directing traffic or possibly around the area as well as everyone squeezes on by in one lane to the right hand side. now patco having circuit issues at ferry avenue. now the trains departing every six minutes from lindenwald. currently no problems for them, rest of mass transit on septa dart or new jersey transit. no delays there. now, otherwise, out in cheltenham, crash, east willow grove avenue. ukee, back over to you. >> jess, thank you. >> updating breaking news now from southern california, fire fight remembers still working to bring this massive fire in downtown la under control. now, we're told the fire has engulfed an apartment building, that was under
construction. officials say the flames are so intense, it is close to major freeways that surround t right now there is no word on what sparked it. no injuries have been reported new this morning, philadelphia police are looking for the person who shot a man several times while he satin side a car in west oaklane. it happened late last night, near family playgrounds on east horter street. eyewitnesses told police that the suspect opened fire on the 23 year old victim after the two had an argument. >> we did finds some exterior cameras at this playgrounds. so, hopefully, these cameras recorded something that could help with us this homicide investigation. >> there is no description of the gunmen, but eyewitnesses say that suspect fled in a tan colored vehicle. happening today, a glitch limits your park payment options at kiosk run by the philadelphia parking authority. those machines are having trouble excepting credit cards. now, that means that you can
only pay with cash or a ppa smart card today. over the weekend people without cash parked and got ticket. the ppa believes that the system failure. >> customer card information is absolutely safe. that has all been check. it is not a hacking incident whatsoever. it is totally a communication failure. >> the ppa now has a ten minute grace period, from the time it issues a ticket for customers get cash to pay the kiosk. if you get a ticket within that ten minute grace period, you are asked to call the philadelphia parking authority customer service line. >> also today new jersey lawmakers will release new report on the investigation into politically motivated traffic jams. on the george washington bridge. now, the joint legislative panel says it did not finds any evidence governor chris christie was involved in the traffic scheme in september of 2013. a year long federal investigation into the lane closures has not resulted in any criminal charges thus far. >> well, jury selection starts
for this manna cured of killing off duty philadelphia police officer two years ago. raphael jones is charged with gunning down officer moses walker, in north philadelphia. surveillance video showed walker being attacked, as he headed home from work. another suspect, has pleaded guilty, and agreed testify against jones. the senate intelligence committee is expected to issue a long anticipated report on the ci a.m. interrogation practices that were adopted in the aftermath of september 11, 2001. susan macinnis explains why some officials wore that i it release cone danger us diplomats. >> cbs news has learned, that the senate report concludes that the cia routinely went beyond legal limits when interrogating terror suspect including the use of water boarding, that techniques were not effective in netting information, and that the cia systematically lied to itself to the white house, the department of justice, and to congress, about the effectiveness of the program in order to keep it running. >> republican congressman,
mike rogers, chairman of the house intelligence committee, warms the report could create backlash against the united state. >> our foreign partners are telling us this will cause violence, and death. we have seen what happens when other incidents are used in the propaganda terrorist machine to insight violence. >> only democratic members of the senate committee are signing off on the report release. senator diane fine stein told los angeles times the report needs to get out. in august president obama said he supports the release. >> whole lot of things that were right. but we tortured some is for example, we did some things contrary to our values. >> but the ci a and republicans on the committee expected to file rebuttals. michael hayden who ran the crutch. a for part of the time in question defended the agency on "face the nation". >> but to say that we relentlessly over expanded period of time, lied to everyone about a program that
wasn't doing any good, that begs the imagination. >> secretary of state john has asked fine tyne to delay the report's release if it is not released before the new republican controlled senate starts work in january, it may not see the light of day. susan macinnis, cb. news, washington. >> # 09:00. postgame protest got underway in the shadows of lincoln financial fields. just as some 70,000 eagles fans left the game. about 200 protesters participated in a so-called die-in at broad and pattinson last night. they laid in the street for four and a half minutes, in honor of michael brown, missouri teenage here was shot and killed by a police office nerve july. >> take the rails of black children for granted, and say those lives don't matter. >> people have the right to their opinions. they have the right to protest, what this country is founded on. and weaver the obligation to protect everybody. >> police say the protest at broad and pattinson remain peaceful, and no arrests, organizers also say they plan
on holding similar events in the very near future. >> still to come this morning on "eyewitness news", on the "cw philly". new cancer drug that put nearly 90% of patients in remission. details in the health watch. >> also, a bear's being blamed for a horrible tragedy on the highway. we'll tell you about the chain reaction of events, caused by that animal. >> and it may look like halloween, just few weeks late. the unusual problems that forced some of those come tomb clark ers to go to the hospital. >> ♪ >> the latest on the royal kim's visit and a look at their itinerary, coming up. jam packed couple of days here. >> i wonder if they're snapping their fingers right now. ♪
>> duke and duchess came to new york yesterday. >> chris well new york new york on details on whirlwinds trip. >> first ever twin to the big apple, without prince george, arrived sunday. this morning, prince william, traveled to washington to meet with president obama, and attend conference at the world bank. after returning to new york will attend reception hosted by royal foundation, the
clinton foundation. both hillary clinton and chelsey clinton, are expected to attend. the dutchess, spends the day in the city, she will advice ate child development center in harlem, with mayor bill diblasio's wife. >> gift wrapping, at this child development center up in a harlem. children are young, three, four years old, don't know exactly who it is coming to see them, but excited to see real life princess. >> will attends lunch event is prominent new yorkers. >> the idea to raise as much money as possible for their charitable endeavor tears raise profile, causes them most concerned with. >> tonight the royal cup little kicks back, watch the brooklyn nets, face-off against the cleveland cavaliers. >> that will be fun. >> well rounded schedule. >> little this, little that, little hoop at night. >> then thousand dollars a plate dinner, go watch the game. >> do it all, those royals. >> carol, i know you and i both curious what princess
kate will be wearing. always look amazing. >> no matter what, always looks fabulous. great to have them here. look at ocean sit, maybe they want to come down here, see high up the surf is. coastal flood advisory this morning at the shore, tomorrow coastal flood watch. and we're going to be finding the high tide, especially, creating the possibility of some minor to moderate to could couple of spots see major flooding out of this? we'll have to watch it. >> nor'easter coming in our direction. we have a 42 degrees temperature down in rehoboth beach, same deal with the ocean, it is coming very far up this beach. 28-mile an hour winds, they'll be get to go about 40 miles an hour. now, as we take a look, at storm scan3, notice, that we see some showers moving in. and this is right along the shore line right now. and even though little bit inland, are we looking at couple of little snow showers. it is entirely possible. but you'll see that. basically, though, with the rest of us are doing, starting to cloud up. temperatures of 29 degrees in philadelphia right now, and in
wilmington, 24 in trenton, it feels even colder, the low pressure system, moves up the coast, the clouds come in first, the rain comes in, as we move to the midnight hour, and a little bit before to the south, it continues to mom -- tomorrow. band every rain, one, 2 inches, some spots 3 inches every rain, as time goes on, we drabbing in the colder air. poconos doing seeing inches every snow out of the system before it finally pulls away. so just know a lot of rain, wind, tidal flooding and snow in the poconos, as our temperatures whoever around that 40 degrees mark during the day, and close to the freezing mark at night. we've got wet weather to keep yourselves dry, pets dry, too. i know you agree with that, jessica. >> i do agree with the pet situation, although they are tracking muddy footprints all throughout my house, every time it rains. not fun. good morning, everybody, going outside on the boulevard, earlier accident here, that just cleared, see residual delays southbound lanes headed toward the schuylkill expressway. speak egg of the schuylkill expressway, some jams here, on
the schuylkill westbound approaching belmont here, eastbound lanes, moving on little bit better, over in bensalem, crash at street road, and hulmeville road. actually accident pushed over into the shoulder. on cheltenham avenue, at east willow grove avenue, another crash, patco dealing with some circuit issues at ferry avenue, trains depart interesting lindenwald every six minutes, the rest of mass transit currently no problems. for septa, dart, new jersey transit, all running on time within no delays. currently, now the rest of the majors blue route southbound heavy from the schuylkill into 95, that will take but 48 minutes, 31 minutes on 95 southbound, from woodhaven into the vine street expressway. erika, back over to you. >> thank you, jessica off duty paramedic in critical condition after he stopped to help stranded driver on i59 delaware county. daniel calloway got out of his car yesterday morning, to help a driver, who hit a guardrail near the airport. that is whether an s.u.v. hit the stranded car, sending it crash into calloway. we're told he is an emt and
volunteer fire fight nerve delaware. three people killed eight others injured on chain reaction crash involving black bear in south florida. police say an s.u.v. struck the animal, and then a second car pulled over and stopped to offer assistance. that's when thirds vehicle piled right into them, killing all three good samaritans. told that bear also died. time 8:18. new jersey homeowner has a lot to clean up after a deer crashed through her home over the weekend. the deer burst through the front door northampton drive galloway township saturday afternoon. woman told police she was putting sweet potatoes in the oven when the deer just came in, barged in, after a brief stand-off. police escorted the deer from the home and release philadelphia into the woods. the bathroom sustained we're told significant damage. >> hope he is okay. >> more than dozen people were sickens during the fur fest convention at suburban chicago hotel. police say someone left chlorine gas in the ninth floor stairwell of the hyatt regency hotel yesterday.
thousands of people including some dress in the cartoon-ish animal costumes were evacuated. nineteen people were treated for dizziness and nausea. >> on the hell watch this morning, doctors are calling a new experimental cancer drug a breakthrough therapy for hodge kin's lymphoma patients. found immuno therapy drug helped 87% of patient sends their cancer into remission. >> and new study shows doctors can use text messages to help their patients remember to take their medications. london researchers offered text remind tears patients taking blood pressure and cholesterol drugs. they found text messages prevented one in six from forgetting their medication. 8:19 right now. and california business attempt tops achieve the impossible. using healthy and donut in the same sentence. >> really? >> healthy donut. >> coming up next, how they bake the sweet treat with a
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public. >> no one's mentioned how they taste. >> i know, yes, we'll finds out. >> protein hod ers, whole wheat -- >> we have to do follow up. delicious and nutritious donuts. >> i mean, that would be a dream come true. i know for you, occasionally. >> yes, i do, old-fashioned donut. that's my healthy donut, nothing on it. old-fashioned. that's my idea of healthy donut. >> whatever gets you through the day, all up here. we'll take short break. you're watching on which news on the "cw philly". good morning, see you in a bit.
>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> good morning, i'm ukee washington, investigators in burling tonight could you i expect to release more information about a body found in a parked car, at a hotel. >> maple shade police respond today call at the quality in on route 38, 9:30 last night, that boyde was in the trunk after sedan. which has now been removed from the scene, the investigation continues. right now, our forecast from carol in the weather center good morning to you, starting to cloud up, in some areas picking up some light precipitation, let me take to you storm scan3 right now, you can see, the wide view, and you nets, we have clouds, but also, notice toward the shore, this is where we're looking at little bit of precipitation. some rain, see snowflake or too in the inland little bit.
entirely possible, the trend we're watching for. see what we can expect tomorrow. coastal storm starts after midnight tonight. generally one, two, 3 inches every rain, wind gusts specially at the shore, tidal flooding expected, and some snow in the poconos. by the time we get to wednesday, you get some snow and sleet still up there. some brief mixing, on wednesday, to the north and west of philadelphia. and mainly rain through philadelphia, though we can't totally rule out even shower, of snow here, on wednesday, but mostly this is going to be rainstorm, starting after midnight, tonight. with let's check on the roads with jess. >> and thank you, carol. problems on the schuylkill expressway, conshohocken curve eastbound lanes here see an accident, police activity on the other side, everybody squeezing on by right-hand lane. which becomes a pretty dangerous situation, and over on the schuylkill expressway at south street, eastbound, as well, you can see another accident involving two vehicles, taking out the left-hand lane, everyone
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right in the middle of your screen. jessica is in the house, we'll do traffic and weather together. coming up in just a few minutes the more now on breaking news from overnight. philadelphia firefighter hurt while battling fire in frankford. >> flames destroyed the vacant apartment building forced several people from nearby home "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo joins us with the latest information, jan, good morning. >> erika, ukee, the -- (volume gone). >> -- you mentioned to the hospital with minor injuries, forking evacuation of neighboring home, sending close to dozen people out in the cold, if you take a look, to at these fantastic pictures, taken by "eyewitness news" photographer, allen wheeler, you can see just how cold it is out here this morning. and how cold it was, as the firefighters battled the flames, and as people were sent out of their homes, that's a tree completely
coated with ice, see how intense this was. started just before 1:00 in the morning, 1100 block of arrott street. 3-story brick vacant apartment building, fire officials tell us the fire started on the second floor in the back. and because it is a vacant building the fire is being considered suspicious, another fire here just one week ago that the fire marshall is still investigating. meantime it, took crews two hours just to get the fire under control this morning. dozen end remained on scene for hours, keeping eye on the hot spots, eight people had to be evacuated as a precaution, and we were toll many of them were staying with family this morning, of course, again, very cold night to be out of your home and weather was just one difficulty firefighters were dealing with. >> you can see we have trees in front, some other issues, and we have to stay outside of an established collapse zone.
so, we're working from outside of that perimeter, collapse perimeter, makes it difficult for access, then you have cold weather, it is freezing up. >> they tell us they believe a squatter had been living in this home but was the cause of the fire this morning, that's not been confirm by fire officials, but they've received the reports, they are looking into it, but again there is vacant building fire, going up in flames this morning, sending a close to dozen people out of their home, and one firefighter to the hospital with very minor injuries. >> updating breaking news, fire in southern california, more than 250 firefighters are battling these flames in a downtown los angeles apartment building that was under construction. right now, officials say the intense smoke and flames have shutdown portions of two major highways in the area as the
morning rush gets underway, no reports of any injuries. >> we're start sog see some active weather, starting to get active even in our area. so, just watch for that. it will start in ernest, after midnight, but already some spots pecking up precipitation. you can see, notice the ocean moving inland, stirred up ocean, coastal flood advisory this morning, notice camera shaking because of the winds, coastal flood watch tomorrow for the minor to moderate flood that we could be finding during times every high tide. storm scan3, notice as we look at this. clouds over the area, zoom into the shore area, picking up little bit of light snow inland, rain showers along the costes soon as temperatures warm up above the freezing mark, start to seat transition over to some rain. not even the bulk of the storm, still forming off north carolina moving north. our temperatures at this point are below freezing, we are watching for cold day.
and take a look at the rainfall comparisons. we start tomorrow, 9:00 tomorrow morning, looking at over inch every rain according to some of these computer models by the time we finish with the rain through the area, one to 2 inches of rain, through philadelphia, and there could be even more than that in some spots, to up 3 inches every rain, periods every rain, gusty winds at the coast, and some flooding possible, along the times of high tide, also, some snow in the poconos, four-8 inches every snow out of the slow moving nor'easter. we'll check on what still dry roads for most of us, jess. >> only thing we have going for us, up there nice and dry, carol. 8: 34, we go outside, check out out schuylkill expressway, eastbound at the conshohocken curve, police activity, just pulled accident out of the left-hand lane here, fortunately pushed over to the right hand shoulder, as we can so, everybody still dealing with some residual delays due to the crash being moved out of the way. over on the schuylkill eastbound at south street, accident just happened, we can
see no one on the scene trying to them them out. push over and blocking out left-hand lane there. as everybody kinds of single files squeezing on by, brake lights there and delays. over on patco, still having circuit issues at ferry avenue, trains departing in lindenwald every six minutes. until then. hatfield crash pushed, medical campus drive. another accident out in pottstown, route 422, eastbound, at stowe, and travel times really everything really slammed out, blue route from the schuylkill to 95, 35 minutes, not doing too bad. back over you. >> jessica, thank you. in sports for the second time in three weeks, showdown for first place, when the eagles take on the cowboys this coming sunday night. the birds fell back into a tie for first place, after coming up short against seattle yesterday. sports director beasley reese takes a look at what went wrong for the home team. >> eagles taking on the superbowl chapment, legion of
boom lowered the boom on the birds. here we go, eagles get on the board first. the birds, mark sanchez found jeremy maclin, for the touchdown seven to nothing. the seahawks come roaring back, russell wilson fakes hands off, then keeps it, what the zone read is supposed to look like, 26 yards for the touchdown, game tied at seven. thirds quarter seattle, wilson found mansion lynch in the side down the side all alone, goes in for touchdown, seattle went up 17 to seven. eagles trite to fight back. 35-yard shot, earns fighting his way in for the score. birds down 17 to 14. but the seahawks would respond. russell wilson finding dug baldwin from 23-yard out for the touchdown. the eagles fall to known and four, back into a tie with the cowboys, in the nfc east, losing to the defending superbowl champions, 24 to 14.
there was tuned out, there but, you know, we just didn't get the job done. >> it wasn't as bad as i think it looked. quill son did real nice job. made some plays tonight. we have to be betterment some of the plays, take the hat off. >> eagles host the cowboys next sunday night at the linc for first place in the nfc east. beasley reese, cbs-3, eyewitness sports. tom brady prime time player, through for 317 yards, two touchdowns, to help the patriots come from behind to beat the charge. sealed the deal. brady throws 69 yards td pass to julian edelman in the fourth quarter. new england wins 23 to 14 over san diego, eighth win in nine games. erika? >> five legendary performers recognized for their extraordinary contributions to american culture. this year's recipients of the kennedy center honors, tom
hanks, lilly tomlin, patricia mcbride, sting. you can watch the kennedy center honors prime time special on december 30th, on our sister station, cbs-3. busy hop day shopping season, so far this year, it did not stop cat ness aberdeen, total sales for hunger games mocking jay part one past the 250 million-dollar mark. earned 21.6 million over the weekend, penguins, that the that gas car, with little more than $11 million to add to its total, horrible bosses two, big hero six, and inter stellar round out the top five. one of the greatest boxers to set into a ring, was spotted at high school football game in nevada, muhammad ali watched. rapper snoop dog looked excited in the stands, his son plays on the same team as ali
' grandson n case were you wondering, their team did walk away with championship winning 70 to 28. the champ, the greatest of all time. >> a lot of tal lent. >> a lot of tam edge, a lot of good dn a on that field. >> 8:39. pope francis turned on the lie of huge christmas tree display in italy. >> he tapped on tablet computer from the comfort of the vatican. the tablet, pontiff used was connected to the local electric grid it is in reality a display made up of nearly 1,000 lights. >> you know it? >> speaking every lights, maybe we know how to display quite as impress i have, but do you have your light up yet? we want to see picture of your holiday display on social media. all do you have do is take a pick and sends it to us with the hashtag cbs-3 holiday lights, on twitter, or if the whole twitter thing still
hashtag g bit confusing for you, e-mail it to holiday light at cbs3.com. we may even come to your home. >> we'll show case your lights. >> don't pretending you're not home. if you sends us a picture, and we try to knock on your door, don't turn the lights out. >> call secure. >> i oh, man, it is the holidays. >> lots of fun. some advice for those doing some holiday shopping, coming up this morning, the best days to get those sales, also, we'll have this. >> coming up. mom tries to get a little rest, but his baby, has other plans. >> oh, oh? >> the latest video to make its rounds on the internet. >> whether we come back.
>> ♪ beginning to look a lot like christmas. >> ♪ >> everywhere we go ♪ >> and specially on south street. dancers put on the crowd to get them in the holiday spirit there yesterday. and people were able to shop for kids every all age at the headhouse holiday market. the highlight, though, hang on, looking at it right there, when the official through the
switch on their giant christmas tree. great kick off for the holiday season. absolutely beautiful. we invite to you celebrate the holidays with us, our "joy of sharing" campaign. please bring new unwrapped toy, bring it zero to one of the drop off locations for list of locations, go to cbsphilly.com/joy, or you can just call 215-977-joys. also you can text joy to 41444. >> we have few toys in our boxes but we want to have them overflowing. no doubt. holiday shopping season now really is in full swing. >> with just little more than two weeks left to buy, finding last minute savings could depend on the day you shop. here's catherine howser to explain. >> signs every shopper lovers to see. >> always good to save money, three young children. >> but dreams of saving big are often dashed when the clearance section doesn't have
your size or the color you want. >> but what if you could be first to that rack after merchandise is market down? keim discovered the secret, he said many retail chains have their mark downs on regular schedule. >> if you like to slop at macy's, you want to shop on tuesday. >> have to all of their mark downs down, by monday close. >> at old navy james found wednesdays are best. according to james, mark down danes are the first and third friday's of the month. at j.c. penney, and over at kohl's the second and fourth saturday. >> says make sure to combine the fresh mark downs with coupons, and you'll get some real savings. >> these rules can vary from region to region, everyone can find out when their favorite stores schedule their mark downs. >> employees are very, you know, very forthcoming with
the information. i was polite, i said hey, i notice you don't have much on the clearance section, better day where i can come in? >> in boston, catherine howser, cbs news. >> how about that? comes down to what day go. >> carol, good shopping day today? what do you think? >> probably better than tomorrow. >> okay. >> it will be dry today. so, we can at least have that. but, we do finds the surf is building, this is a look in atlantic city, right now, you are at high tide, finding increase g high tide, but started out absolutely gorgeous, farther to the west, look at that beautiful sunrise, that we see there. so, we going to be dealing, that was a picture from ed, he sent that about two hours ago, as the sun came up, at that point, in his location. >> cold start to the week, boy is he right about that. also going to be a wet week.
specially, maybe, right through thursday. but, especially tomorrow. let's take a look. storm scan3, already showing the clouds, billing into the area snow showers through atlantic county, watch force those, until the temperatures warm up. they will. but right now below the freezing mark in a lot of locations. >> 289 in philadelphia, 24 trenton, 29 in wilmington, just 15 degrees in the poconos see (the precipitation starts there, it will be snow, temperatures so cold, up in that area. now, moving on, our future weather, we time this out. by 2:00 in the morning, starting to see this rain come in here. by the time we hit noon tomorrow, we've got heavy bands of rain coming in to the area also the poconos, does a dry slot work in? generally know that the snow starts to wrap in, look at that, tomorrow morning, in the poconos, and you can even rap
some that far down even into our northern and western suburbs. so, something that we have to continue to monitor for days. >> temperatures today 39 degrees, tonight down to 36 degrees. wet weather overnight tomorrow, keeping yourselves dry, keep the pets dry wait for wednesday, see snow shower wrapped in even in our area s there lingering one on thursday? possible. i keep coming in because always more weather until we get to the weekends. >> jessica. >> thank you, good morning, fortunately no wet roadways this morning, we can look forward to that little later on in the week. the schuylkill expressway, having some problems on the eastbound lanes here, conshohocken curve. you can see, some police activity, pushed over into the right hand shoulder, it was out in the left-hand lane, little bit earlier. now moved over. so some small residual delays due to volume typical this time of morning as well, eastbound lanes there. over on the schuylkill expressway, no, they just arrived on the scene, just second ago, this wasn't all here, so we know fire police
on the scene here, there is two vehicles involved here, everybody kind of squeezes on by, even taking out some of the right hand shoulder right there. so some small delays there. on the eastbound lanes, on the schuylkill around south street. now, septa, patco actually is having circuit issues at ferry avenue, trains departing from lindenwald every six minutes, septa dealing with some equipment problems. this is kind of confusing, trolley ten, 11, 34, 36, diverting all those to 40th and market due to equipment problems. make sure to plan your trip accordingly if you have to take any routes. schuylkill eastbound, went over this, heavy 95 southbound really heavy woodhaven into the vine street expressway. erika, back over to you. >> thanks, jessica. well, now to oklahoma where it is a concert in a convenience store. >> provides performance to the customer at the p.m. >> from gas to grub. here is where people get their
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good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. an investigation is underway into what sparked an overnight fire in a vacant northeast philadelphia apartment building. a firefighter suffered minor injuries, while battling the flames along the 1100 block of arrott street in frankford. eight people from neighborhood home were evacuated as a precaution, officials tell us there was fire at this vacant building last week, as well. let's check in with carolment colds morning the firefighters, good morning. >> really was, ice every place, as a result that far. we've got temperatures below the freezing mark right now, they will warm up to about 40 degrees, but, we're starting to see the clouds mover, in and also, as you look toward new jersey, and delaware, some moisture is coming in, cold enough, that some of that is coming in the
form after couple of snowflakes, and few little rain sprinkles, as well. this is not the bulk of the precipitation, that's still to come. probably after midnight, you'll see the most of t coastal storm, it is a nor'easter, one-3 inches every rain, possible, out of this, gusty winds, up to 40 miles an hour, especially at the coast. tidal flooding expected, already seeing rough surround every out there, and snow, in the poconos, with winter storm warning, in effect, tuesday morning, through wednesday morning. clouds increasing as we go through the day today. 39 degrees. and then tonight we drop to 36, that moisture comes in after midnight and we start to see some bands of heavy rain around here tomorrow, jessica? >> good, we'll look forward to that tomorrow morning for our commute. fortunately dry, coming up on 9:00 a.m. problems out on the keck schuylkill expressway, headed eastbound see police activity with car pulled over into the right hand shoulder. and over on the schuylkill eastbound, around south street, you can see fire police activity on the scene. police officers involving two vehicles, one pretty banged up there. so headed eastbound you'll see
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