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total destruction. >> the recovery efforts days after one of the strongest storms ever. good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. recovery efforts pouring in. it's feared the death toll will soon climb to 10,000. the latest for wjz. >> typhoon haiyan destroyed everything in its path leaving families to find shelter wherever they can. survivors across the philippines are growing desperate, even painting signs for rescue helicopters. >> we want water and medicine for the injured. we just need your help. >> u.s. marines are arriving with badly needed supplies for the millions of disaster victims. >> there was 15 to 25 feet waves that came across the entire villages. so everything
is wiped out. >> witnesses say the damage from friday's deadly typhoon looks more like the after math of a tsunami. >> it's horrific. >> bodies lined the streets. some are losing guns to fight off lewders. these american storm chasers became rescuers when the typhoon tore through a hotel. they used mattresses to help people escape. >> tens of thousands are feared dead. the death toll is difficult to track because phone lines are down. a sign of life came today in one of the hardest hit villages when a woman gave birth to a baby girl. >> back here some locally based organizations are jumping many to help with much needed supplies. >> we're told that it's as big a disaster in terms of its
impact as the earthquake in hati and the indian ocean tsunami. the rest of the world will have to step up and help. >> 8,000 tarps are part of the items being sent from here to provide temporary shelter for those who lost their homes. it's a sunny and mild start to the work week. that may not last. taking a live look outside, a beautiful day. are we about to see our first taste of flurries? wjz live with first warning weather coverage. marty is in the out back, chelsea ingram is in the first warning weather center. let's start with chelsea. >> hello everyone. temperatures are sitting kind oe -- seasonable out there, 53 degrees at the airport. 37 degrees this oakland all the way up to around 55 degrees in ocean city. plenty of sunshine in the
forecast. increasing cloud cover. winds are coming out of the south. they're going to make a dramatic shift, coming out of the north into tuesday. why exactly that's important, out to marty bass for those details. >> reporter: thank you. hi, everybody. once again we'ro prove that weather and especially temperatures falls around the phrase of where is the air coming from. it's going to be coming out of the north, northwest. that is where it is cold. there's arctic air in place. as a matter of fact, let's take a look at our national temperature graphic. when i say national, let's throw in canada too. you understand what i'm saying. look at that pool of cold air sitting north of the great lakes. look at the really cold air sitting out south of that frigid air that's already in place over the great lakes states and down towards the mid atlantic. all we've got to do is get a slight north,
northwest wind and we tap into that. the air is coming from where it gets cold. wait until you hear these numbers. more than some wet snow flakes tomorrow morning. chelsea ingram has those details shortly. now back inside. >> thank you. wjz is always on for weather, watches and warning. please log onto cbsbaltimore.com any time. an elderly man is dead after a house fire in college park. it broke out yesterday early morning. firefighters say the home was packed with boxes which made it difficult for them to get around. an 80-year-old woman escaped but an 82-year-old man believed to be her husband is dead. all is back to normal at in the locus point section of south baltimore after a telephone threat to police shut out down. yesterday afternoon '911 dispatchers say they got a a call threatening employees. the
building and the neighborhood around it were then shut down for 5 hours as quick response units investigated. it was later determined to be a hoax. police are trying to trace the caller who will face a long list of charges and fines. in annapolis a city councilman wants to move away from a strong mayor type of governing. this comes days after republican mike pantelides was elected mayor. now ross arnette wants to shift it over to a council manager style of government. that means the city manager would report directly to the council and not the mayor. the ravens break their losing streak with an exciting over time win against the bengals. ron matz has today's fan cam. we will start with sports director mark viviano and more on the ravens win. >> the ravens and bengals played one of the sloppiest football games. they combined for six turn overs and 17
penalties. even though the ravens blew a 17-0 lead on their home field baltimore had reason to celebrate in the end. >> amid all the mistakes the ravens got good enough field position early to score two touchdowns. flacco to smith for a 17-0 lead. the offense was awful. flacco had two interceptions and fumbled one away and was sacked five times and the ravens didn't score in the second half. in a similar way the ravens beat up bengals quarterback andy dalton. he threw three interceptions. the bengals stunned the ravens with a second half come back capped on the last play of regulation. a desperation pass tipped into the hands of a.j. green. >> the ravens made a big defensive stop and put themselves in position to win it with field goal.
tucker jails it from 46 yards out. a 20-17 over time win that was far from perfect but desperately needed as it snapped the ravens three game losing streak. >> it feels great. it's like stepping in dog dodo.t feels great to get rid of that. >> i couldn't be more proud of our guys. every single phase of our football team found a way to win the game. we say by whatever means necessary and that certainly held true today. >> with the victory the ravens improve to 4-5. they get the win at home, now they head out on the road to play the bears in chicago next sunday. back to you. >> thank you. ron is live at cbsbaltimore.coms fan cam. hey, ron. >> reporter: hey. you know, it wasn't pretty but to quote a hit song in baltimore, this is how we do it. it doesn't matter how the ravens win, our question for fan cam, as long as they win. >> any way we win is a great win. you know, it put us right
back in the chase again. >> it matters that they win at the end. if it's going to be an ugly win at the end of the day a win is a win. >> it does matter to me but a win is a win so i'll be happy. it would be nice if the ravens would do better, especially the offense. >> as long as they put the w on the board, that's all that counts. >> yes, it does. it seems like they have to stru. they have to win a game here and there. >> our team played like the city that we come from. we're gritty, tough. here we come. we might be the super bowl chamn again. >> reporter: we hope so. up next for the ravens the bears on the roads. the odds makers made the bears a favorite. >> you can see that game sunday at 1:00 live right here on wjz 13. stay tuned after the game for special wjz coverage. we will bring you highlights, reaction and analysis.
a full day of football live right here on wjz. veteran's day events are happening all across the country to honor those who are or were in the armed services. this morning the president laid a reef at the tomb of the unknown. two airman are honored with gold medals. still to come. >> i took it too far and didn't know i was hurting him. >> miami dolphins player richie incognito takes responsibility for a bullying scandal. how much one lucky local has won in the latest powerball drawing. meteorologist chelsea ingram has your first warning weather forecast as flurries head our way. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
the center of a bullying scandal admits he sent offensive messages to his former teammate. richie incognito said he's embarrassed about the language he used with jonathan martin. >> i'm embarrassed by it. what i want people to know is te way that jonathan and the rest of the offense line, how we communicate is vulger. >> martin left the team after accusing him of harassment. both players are expected to discuss the case with the nfl special investigator. the employee killed by a wildcat at an oregon animal sanctuary is a worker who was comfortable with the animals. saturday night sheriff's deputies say the 36-year-old woman was attacked by a cougar just outside of portland. the board member said she knew what she was doing but there had been some kind of mistake. the facility is home to over 60
wildcats that have been abandoned or abused. the memoir win by the pakistan activist is now banned this her homeland. they said it does not show enough respect for islam. she rose to international fame when the taliban shot her in the face for advocating for women's education. here in maryland one lucky powerball player is about to be a million dollars richer. here's a look at saturday's numbers. according to the baltimore sun a second tier winner was sold at the food lions in cockeysville. they means they had the first numbers but not the powerball. that winner has 182 days to collect the million dollars. >> wouldn't it be nice? still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at noon, will we
year around 58 degrees. at the airport we're sitting right at 53 degrees. locally seeing temperatures anywhere from 50 in westminster to 54 degrees in dc. winds are coming out of the south. they're going the make a shift into tomorrow. that means tuesday they will be coming out of the north. they will be associated with a cold front that's headed our way. so all eyes right now are on the northern planes and the great lakes region as this cold front makes its push down into the mid atlantic. it's going to bring cold air along with it. you can see that cold air up in the northern plains. that's headed our way. we're not going to dip down into the teens but we'll see over night lows in the 20s on tuesday and wednesday. chilly air is going to be headed right into our neighborhood. not only chilly air, we'll see a little bit of rainfall as that cold front moves through during the morning commute. on the
backside of the front some snow flakes along with it. no need to freak out. it's just going to be enough to look pretty outside. your bay temperature at 55 degrees. we have a small craft advisory that goes into effect around 4:00 p.m. today. for the rest of the day, 56 degrees for your high temperature. a mix of clouds and sun. over night a chance of a passing shower with increasing clouds, low around 39 degrees. into tomorrow 43 degrees, a couple morning rain showers tapeering to nice pretty snow showers. the ground is too warm for anything to accumulate. >> still no open toed shoes? >> that's right. >> everything moves. >> not in the snow certainly. still to come, the high cost of multiple pregnancies and why exercise is is good for pregnant women. that's today's health watch. wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories on cbsbaltimore.com at this hour. for instant updates on all the day's news and your updated day's news and your updated ,,,,
i usually shop at giante, but today i brought my receipt to see how much i can save at walmart. i have an 11 year old, so he's eating more than ever. at walmart you could've saved 26% on tuna, how's that sound? that sounds great! well, my food budget is tight. every penny counts. $134.23! that's a savings of over $21 or 13%! wow! the prices and variety here at walmart have completely blown my mind.
a u.s. hospital, $21,000. the cost of having twin skyrockets to $105,000. pregnancies with triplets or more cost 20 times as much. bills add up because with women with twins or more may have more preexisting conditions. hospital stays are typically longer. be sure to check back in with eyewitness news at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 for scenes of unimaginable destruction. thousands feared dead after typhoon haiyan in the philippines. the gas prices are dropping again. how low will they go? join us for these stories and all the breaking news at 4:00 right after dr. phil. please stay with us, your five day forecast is next. ,,,,,,
welcome back to eyewitness news at noon. let me put these numbers into perspective for you. 15 below norm tomorrow. a bunch more every day it's going to be cold for a couple days before it gets milder for a november weekend. now back inside. don't miss the cbs prime time line up on wjz. at 10:00 it's a continuation of hostages to be immediately followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. finally this noon, thanksgiving is just weeks away.
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