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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning our eye is on the storm and a monday morning mess. storm scan3 they're showing wintery mix all across the delaware val. >> i got that right. freezing rain is making the roads rather have i slippery in spots. we take a look from the cbs-3 mobile weather lan cruising around in the kutztown pennsylvania area. take it slow if you're about to head out the door. very, very soon. we'll talk more about it in just a bit. monday the 12th of january i'm ukee washington. >> i'm erika von tiehl. weather has forced several schools to open little later this morning so go ahead check the bottom of your screen for the latest information, maybe get to pull those warm covers back over your head. >> okay. >> hit the snooze, sorry no, you have to stay here. we check in with traffic and weather together with kate and jessica. good morning, ladies? good morning kate, i have my handful over here. how are you doing? >> my gosh, same stomp i jessica. you know monday mornings are rough enough without wintery mix to talk about but remember those days when they called your school closing numbers and pull the covers back over your head? today do you have some delays, again check the bottom of your screen for that see steady rain starting to push its way back into the area, at the moment, snow is to the north, this is not a snowstorm for us looking for snow unfortunately you will be disappointed but you can sewer the heavier shield of precipitation is starting to push on into the region. and it is starting to come down pretty heavily.
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now, when you see rain start to fall heavily it, generally pulls down colder air from the upper levels of the atmosphere, so initially temperatures may drop little bit. but then we will start to see everything warm up there is will change over to plane rain, could still be in for another round every icing here as we go through at least the next hour or two in the city and even longer, see the pink shading off to the north and west. so winter weather advisory in effect goes until 10:00 a.m. in the city and surrounding suburbs, 1:00 p.m. for the lehigh valley, 5:00 p.m. for the poconos where it will be frozen precipitation all day snow ice and rain for carbon and monroe counties, ice changes over to rain, in the suburbs, by late morning in the city, by midday in our north and west suburbs, this is mainly rain all day long until night fail, down the shore even into delaware. temperatures are marginal. thirty-four at the airport, 31 in reading, 32 in lancaster so you can see rain moves into reading, temperatures below freezing specially untreated surfaces back roads that haven't had the tire friction that the main roads have had you are still going to find icy -- icy spots so please, please play it safe. let's see how the roads are faring, we check in with jessica. >> thank you kate. it is clock 02, we start things off on the schuylkill again, we can't urge you enough, just to slow down, give yourself some space inbetween the vehicles in front of you, you can see out on the schuylkill around city avenue just a strange of light here, just completely stacked, in the westbound lanes headed towards the king of prussia area. doing better eastbound but in this particular spot eastbound lanes are okay, but up ahead they aren't. everything stop and go the
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entire way. now over on the ben franklin bridge fortunately all lanes are open. you can see the bridges are little shine limit we know bridges tend to freeze little bit sooner than the major roadways. so if you are headed out on the ben franklin bridge, give yourself extra time. careful coming aroundment westbound on into the city everything moving great though. ninety-five not doing too hot southbound side heavy. that will take but two minute and 13 minutes out in new jersey on route 55 from 322 into the 42 freeway if you are headed northbound, erika ukee back over to you. >> roads causing some delays, you can see them as we mention at the top of the show, at the bottom of your screen. >> at the say time something everything right? and the timing for this wintery mix just couldn't be worse for your morning commute. "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo joins us now in conshohocken with the conditions there. we saw some rain earlier january, good morning. >> erika ukee, good morning yes, a thin, very fine mist of rain coming down right now coating untreated roadways and sidewalks, with thin layer every ice. see that sheen on the road behind mement and take a look at the sidewalk, you guys. that is all ice. my foot just slides right on top of that. so, if you are going to be walking on untreated sidewalks, you want to be very careful, the same goes for a loft those side roads and back roads, coming to you live this morning from fayette street and front street here in conshohocken, wherever one is moving ever so gingerly this morning, because if you see wet roads and you will see a loft wet roads this morning you want to treat it as if it is ice. because you will run into some slick spots. if you take a look at the at
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the video see penndot crews out all night treating the roads with salt. full flea is out all 182 state trucks and number of contractors have been called in, as well. more than 200 salt trucks on the roads this morning to help keep that ice from building. this is spreading operation this morning, meaning these trucks will be out salting the roads. and because of last week's storms we're told, there isn't a need to brine the roads this morning, because there is still a considerable amount of solution left over. penndot also has this recommendation for you, as you head out the doorment take a listen. >> please don't drive around the snow plow. stay six car lengths behind the plow, and just best place to be, that snow truck and plow in front of you will be spreading salt on the pavement and that is that you will have traction, the salt helps them keep the roadway wet, helps stop that frozen precipitation, from falling and bonding to the pavement. >> and that very fine rain, that mist falling right now, you can see that on our lens. coating the roads here, untreated surfaces, now with ice, and we have a lot of school delays because of. that will take a look at the bottom of your screen for those delays, as well as reporting live in conshohocken morning, jan carabeo "eyewitness news", on the "cw philly". >> jan, thank you for. that will no time like right now to make sure you have the cbs philly weather app on your smart phone or tablet. keep an eye on storm scan3 and get the forecast any time anywhere. you can download the app for freon google play and itunes. >> we want to update breaking news we've been following all
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morning in south philadelphia, where crews work overnight to repair a water main break before the morning rush sets in. >> "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch over at 19th and federal right now to bring you up-to-date. justin? >> good morning, ukee. yes, that water for now is shut off. what a way to wake up and finds no water coming out. that's the case for 30 resident in our area, and crews will be back out this morning to restore their water service this morning. bubble up from below gallons upon gallons of water the steady flow, soaked the corner of south 19th and federal street. >> about 12 doctor 45 this morning the water department says there appears to have been a break in the 12 inched under gown pipe near the intersection. to make repairs the city says its crews had to shut off water flow to the area, an effort that likely helps stem flooding into nearby homes and businesses. the water department estimates the break water shut off affect at least 30 resident. >> see also the mess left behind by all of this overnight flooding. now, if you're driving in the area of 19th and federal, you might notice some traffic or perhaps police baricading certain areas that is to secure this area for the crews. that will be back out here to restore the water. we are told to stay warm, good thing, because if it freezes that limb pact the already broken pipe underground and cause even more problems. we are live in south philly, justin finch "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> justin, thank you. 7:07. the search continues this morning for missing mother from delaware.
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police say 35 year old keisha hamilton was last seen at her home in smyrna on friday night, with her two young children. fawn the children with their father cortez hamilton, he's awaiting extra addition back to delaware on three warrant. anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call police. >> elsewhere in bucks county vigil for a teach here has been missing for nearly a week. "eyewitness news", was in warwick last night friends family, prayed for christopher tully's safe return. tully disappeared last tuesday, walking near the off ramp of 76 west toward sit line avenue. the married father of three has been teaching at the middle bucks institute of technology since 2002. >> if you here this chris contact somebody, let them know you are okay. the outpouring chris you don't realize how many people out here care and are concerned. >> i suffers from bipolar disorder and does have his medicine. >> philadelphia remembers a fallen firefighter. memorial service is set for 10:00 this morning at the mayors reception room at city hall. she was promoted after she was trapped in the burning basement after west oaklane row home on the ninth of december. lieutenant craig was the first philadelphia female firefighter to die in the line of duty. search teams locate both black boxes from the downed air airasia. overnight differs were treated the flight data recorder and locate the cockpit voice recorder, but that remains at the bottom of the java satisfy cell. the plane crashed on
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december 28th, killing all 162 people on board. meanwhile the tail of the plane is back on dry land now. the red metal chunk was brought to the surface from a depth of about 100 feet, using inflatable balloons. part of a wing and debris from the engine have also been located roughly 2 miles away from where the tail was found. clock, so france's mobilizing 10,000 security forces after a three day terror spree that killed 17 people. yesterday, france held the largest demonstration in its history. more than 40 world leaders led a march through france's capitol to honor those who were killed in the charlie hebdo attacks. they also rallied for unity and freedom of expression, in the face of extremism. >> i've been reading charlie hebdo on and off for years. >> an outpouring never like this, but it is important to show the world. >> secretary of state john kerry, says he'll travel it paris on thursday, for talks on encountering extremist violence. >> still to come this morning on the "cw philly" an angry pant goes on rampage. the pictures show the animals crushing a car. >> also an accident at a pennsylvania ski slope. a child falls from a ski lift and it is all caught on camera. >> ♪ ♪ >> you might want to find a height away from this wintery weather today. we're keeping an eye on the conditions from the cbs-3 mobile weather lab, up a date from carol erickson on the passenger side of that car.
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she and the crew, too long around town, that and more when we come back. >> a wild elephant went after grocery store and a car experts tell us, it is because this elephant was mating season for the elephants. there was also video of the attack taken from inside the car. fortunately, no one was injured. wow, that's crazy. >> you don't have to worry about that here. >> no, mating season. >> elephant mating season does not really impact us on the roads. >> whew, all good. everybody's okay. but that had to have been scary. can you imagine? >> no! >> no, i can't. here's kate. >> do you think he thought the car was a potential mate? or just angry in general? >> i don't know, icy patches don't sounds so bad when you have elephant attack you. looking at storm scan3 now you can see another round of the steadier precipitation start to move in at the moment. temperatures are still very close to the freezing mark, so notice how this is turning pink, as it starts to move n we are seeing some sleet mixing in, and also, the threat for icing. this will be our best shot at icing here in philadelphia this coming in, right now
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temperatures only mid 30's, head through the next few hours, and the rain continues to pull in, it will warm up. it will change to just plane rain. so i think our biggers threat for icing here in philadelphia, from right now, through about the next two hours, until around 9:00 a.m. and you will see that threat continue in our north and west suburb, little later into the morning hours so notice how it is starting to inch fence few, temperatures right here, all around freezing, so watch for those icy spots. main roads a lot of friction, tires going by, morning rush, not going to be huge deal on those back roads that have been untreated perhaps that's where you'll find the ice. winter weather advisory for the entire region until 10:00 a.m. in the city, 1:00 p.m. lehigh valley, 5:00 p.m. in the poconos. and temperatures right now like we said whoever erring around the freezing mark, close, 33 at the airport, 31 in reading, 32 mount pocono, 34 degrees in millville. so again what to expect through this morning, slick spots on the roads mainly back roads bridges and overpasses first to freeze, because they've air underneath them. so generally speaking they freeze and cool down faster untreated surfaces use caution your front steps front walkway, if you didn't put salt down please be safe, leave plenty of time to get where you need to go, plenty of space between you and the car or truck in front you. i know carol erickson doing just that as she is going around the area, driver and photographer mike doing just that in the cbs-3 mobile weather lab. carol, lou things where you? >> we're doing fine, you know what, i don't see anybody else slowing down, either, traffic is moving along pretty nicely
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now we are on 222 heading up into allentown about ten cars before these two is the salt trucks fortunately, and it is one of the reasons that people are able to get out and the same shape that they're getting out in this morning. >> there are signs out of course the bridge will ice before the road will. so if you are going over overpasses, that sort of thing, you're headed into other elevations, especially through the lehigh valley, where you do have lots of dips and valleys and rises as well that's where you can be finding a problem. un treated surfaces, i think you can generally you should assume, they're icy. now real fast, our monday travel i80 going east-west across the top of pennsylvania, wintery mix freezing rain i95 mostly rain, pennsylvania turnpike, freezing rain to rain. but, generally, later on this afternoon, we could be finding this refreezing tonight and that's where you can be finding some problems again. but as we head on into the allentown area, at this point everybody's acting like this is just rain. and so far the roads that we have found have been okay. that's how it is on the road. i know you're driving the anchor desk all of you. >> come join us, and mike people is her very good driver, my man mike. you're an in good hands carol, yes, you are. speaking of the roads hey young laidy? >> we are busy busy busy. it is slippery i have the accident to prove it really. 7:18, good morning everybody we go outside start things off where it is really jammed here on 422 around trooper
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road. those are the eastbound lanes where you can see all of the brakes lights, so headed toward the king of prussia area see quite the back up, and delay, and the same story really out on 95, around 322. these are the northbound lanes here headed toward the commodore barry bridge, all brake lights here as well. now, this is what i was talking about earlier. all of the accident pretty much list them on for you. one in cheltenham, cheltenham and broad street, another out in society hill at second street, and lombard street. another accident out in fairmount, 20th street at fairmount avenue. so you can pretty much see the trend here. another one at university ave. at 40th street, at ludlow street, so definitely want to keep some space in front of you, and slow down. we can see that they're slippery. great alternate, everything on time for septa, new jersey transit and dart all running on time with no delays. and currently no delays at the philadelphia international airport, but we will definitely keep you updated on. that currently on the blue route southbound from the schuylkill into 95, about 30 minute trip. and still real slow on the schuylkill eastbound from the blue route into the vine about 24 minutes there. erika, back over to you. >> thank you jessica. two boys are recovering this morning after falling in separate accident on pennsylvania ski slopes. >> bystander captured one of the accidents on camera. take a look at this here. you can see the nine year old boy dangling from that ski lift at liberty mountain resort in fairfield just before falling about 20 feet. now the boys suffered a leg injury we're told, but he should be okay. that will accident is still under investigation, and being looked into. >> a five year old boy was flown to chop after falling 30 feet off a lift in
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>> please be careful outside dealing with wintery mix in many parts of the region, raining much of the overnight since temperatures are around the freezing mark, it could be a rather tricky morning commute. there will be ice and rain in the early going and mainly rain toward the shore. >> an update now on our breaking news in point breeze this morning. crews have stopped the flooding from a water main break near 19th and federal. however, about 30 resident without water right now. repairs are underway. and there is a search going on right now for 35 year old keisha hamilton missing since friday. her children were the subject after amber alert but they were found safe. their father is in custody. 7:23 hollywood honors the best of the year in film and television at the 72nd annual golden globe awards. >> stars gathered in beverly hills for the ceremony seen by many as precursor to the academy awards, oscars, suzanne marquez with the night's big winners from the red carpet. >> and the goal end globe goes to boyhood. >> taking home the statues for best picture drama best director for richard link, and best supporting actress patricia arquet. >> thank you for shining a light on this woman and the millions of women like her and for allowing me to honor my own mother with this beautiful character. >> eddie scored his first golden globe for portraying steven hocking, in the theory of everything. and michael keaton won his first comedy golden globe for
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birdman. >> to come from a place where i come from, i am proud of all of my friend and my family. thank you very, very much. i'm extremely grateful. >> while the goal end globes are seen as early indicator for who might win an oscar they also honor the best in television. fargo won both best mini-series or movies, and best acting honors for billy bob thorton. and gina rodriguez won for best actress in a tv musical or comedy for her role in jane the virgin. for the third year in a row tina fay and am i polar hosed the show. as usual the pair lampooned the stars even won who wasn't there. >> and into the woods cinder role runs from her prince, and sleeping beauty just thought she was getting coffee with bill cosby. >> suzanne marquez "eyewitness news" on the "cw philly". >> by the way oscar nominations will be announced this week, later this week, and you can see them live from hollywood as the nominations come outright here on the >> good morning, monday morning off to rather tricky and messy start wintery mix moved in overnight causing slick roadways, this is live look on route 22 in allentown cbs-3 mobile weather lab salt trucks have been very busy all night long, in the entire tri-state area. proceed with caution if you are about to head out the door. so kate what's it looking like now? good morning. >> good morning, ukee, good news is we're starting to move toward the sun lit hours the sun moving up into the sky and the next few minutes at least, and that's going to help us warm things un. still, though, we have some steadier precipitation moving
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in right now temperatures near freezing, so we still got at least few more hours of potential icing. i think our biggest threat for icing here in the city nearby suburbs is between now and about 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., then we start to see things warm up enough this will change over to just all rain. see the pink shading offer to the north and west, that's where some freezing rain, some sleet falling, and you can see it filling in there specially over chester county at the moment. so, the further north and west you go, the bigger it threat is for ice on the roads and specially untreated surfaces back roads out there this morning. one p p.m. for the lehigh vale, ten at in the city and surrounding suburbs, an indication that late morning is when this should start to really be less of a threat as far as the ice is concerned. thirty-three right now at the airport, 31 in reading, 34 in wilmington certainly comb enough as this precipitation if could freeze on contact again the main roads had a lot of friction, a lot of people training them so far this morning. that will help but again we still got the icing in the city north and west you can is, will change over to rain, frozen precipitation possible all day in the pocono region. >> good morning, kate. coming up on clock 30, starting to see some problems volume starting to accumulate. out on the ben franklin bridge here, these are the westbound lanes, and fortunately the only thing we have going for us here is that all lanes are open but headed westbound into the citiment you can see really slow going. no problems really getting into new jersey, though. over on the blue route right around baltimore pike you can see delays here as well. typical northbound delay therefore the morning and some brakes lights headed southbound. headed out to the travel time,
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schuylkill expressway poorly, westbound the vine into the blue route, 35 minute, 95 pretty slow headed northbound delaware to the blue route. >> crews in south philly return to point breeze today to fix a water main break at 19th and federal overnight officials bay 30 people were affected. luckily no reports of flood to go nearby homes and businesses, work remembers still trying to determine what caused that main to break. >> another update at 7:55, up next on cbs this morning the growing phenomenon of western women joining jihad. for more local news weather traffic and sports keeping it live keeping it local on your "cw philly" station. you can find us on these channels. i'm ukee washington, glad you're with us, be safer outside. good morning, see you in a bit. you tell us what you want to pay and we help find options to fit your budget. nah, nah, insurance, nah, nah, nah, discount. my name's flo, you want to go out with me? no. uh-huh-huh! >> penndot crews out on the roads this morning keep you safe. >> all around the tri-state area. januaryjan carabeo joins us from conshohocken on the roads in the suburbs hey jen. >> good morning live here in conshohocken, where the rain continues to fall, and now on
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untreated roads and sidewalks it is starting to ice up. take a look, at one point this morning i was able to easily walk up and down, but now, it is just completely iced over. and this is what you're going to be seeing, if you're headed out on the sidewalks and on many parts of the road. many of them are slick this morning, so you want to build in some extra time, so you can take it ever so slowly, and cautiously, you can see the traffic moving along here on fayette street and the front street pretty easily this morning, you just got to keep in mind you may run into some slick spots. now, penndot crews have been out in full force since midnight last night. a number of contractors and trucks have been called in, as well. penndot says this is a spreading operation this morning. these trucks will be putting down salt all night long. because of last week's storms, not a need to brine the roads that's because there is still a considerable amount of solution left over from last week. take a listen. >> considerable amount of salt on the roadways, we placed salt down, little earlier in the week on tuesday when the snow hit the region, then had squawls come in friday morning, in which we put salt down so we felt there was considerable amount of salt on the roadway already so that did not necessitate the brining operation today. >> more than 200 of them trying put down as much salt as they can to keep the roads from freezing over, you can see, out here live in conshohocken, rain coming down. pretty steadily right now folks have their umbrellas out, walking every so gingerly
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on the sidewalk, that is from what we can see right now the worse place very, very slippery. penndot wants to to remind folks not to stand behind the clouds, to closely leave good amount of distance about six car lengths behind and stay behind the plows. of course, that's going to be the best case for you because then you get the shout and of course the salt causes, two to treat the road so it is not as icy. reporting live in conshohocken, jan carabeo "eyewitness news" on the "cw" fill. >> i i had young lady on facebook tell me the same thing, her going into work, very, very slippery. how is your neighborhood? send us your pictures on facebook twitter and instagram. use the hashtag cbs-3 snow. let's get more on the tracking. we send it over to kate. >> good morning guys. we are tracking some steadier rain moving into the area, at the moment. and, the ground still below freezing in many areas. so while the main roads right now just wet and with the cars moving along those main roads, you won't have time for ice to really form. >> watch for the icy spots here this morning, what's happening outside right now storm scan3 again showing steadier rain starting to push n see it is moving from the south, and heavy rain will be expected through much of the afternoon, as well, right now seeing the steadiest of the rain move in to portion of delaware into delaware count now chester county, a see all of that pink an indication that there is some sleet possibly mixed in and also that the rain could be freezing on contact. >> the rain starts to move in, warmer air moves up in the region we will be starting to diminish the threat for icing
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specially from philadelphia on south and east. but, 10:00 a.m. still raining pretty steadily still the threat for some icing even in as you see over there portions every delaware, could be the threat for icing and some of the colder spots across the region right through 10:00 a.m. >> temperatures up 30th's, that means, on the flip side, afternoon commute may be impacted by this storm, as well. the rain will be pretty heff ann could lead to reduced visibility. so again there is continues all day long. you can see the winter weather advisory until 5:00 in the pope neglect, 1:00 in the far north and west suburb, expires at 10:00 in the city and nearby suburbs. we check in on the roads with jessica. >> good morning, 73 we start things off outside on 95. around cottman avenue, southbound lanes where they typically seem to jam up headed toward the center city area, northbound doing better and see some ongoing construction over in the shoulder there on the off ramp. you can see big jam southbound towards the schuylkill northbound lanes hardly anybody really even in there. but you can see little bit of reduced visibility, there we know the roadways are slippery, out in trenton we have water main break pennington road southbound olden avenue blocking outright hand lane, trenton an accident push over to the should their at route 29 northbound at little err street. >> give yourself extra time and give yourself space inbetween the cars in front of you, out in wynnefield, bryn mawr avenue, another crash there, information new jersey really starting start to slow up.
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forty-two northbound slow, heavy 322 into the 42 freeway. ukee, back over to you. >> updating news out of philadelphia's point breeze section where a water main break caused a big mess overnight. >> the latest on the clean up evident, good morning. >> good morning, erika yes the water was turned off so crews could get to this time just about now when it is daylight, and they can better see the problem that 12-inch water main that was broken underneath the grounds overnight. now, that pipe, 12 inches to break unclear how just it happened but did break here about 12:45 in the morning at 19th and federal again the cause is unknown. but crews got here very quickly and turned off that water which by that point it had gotten ankle deep in parts of this intersection, they did stop the flow of that water gout a bear look at the problem underground. meantime in doing so turning off that water they stopped a flow of water and flooding into nearby homes and businesses, they will they'll be back here again this morning very soon to goat a look at the problem, to get the repairs underway. now, back out live in the area you'll seymour cars are making their way out of the area, the thing is later on it, might get more difficult to get back in police have set up barricades hopefully in peace to tack they will problem as soon as possible, and restore water to at least 30 residents in this area. who have been without it for now several hours. we are live in south philadelphia justin finch. >> justin, thank youment it is 7:37. let's get a check on business. >> jill wagner joins us from
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the new york stork stock exchange, i think a loft russ concerned about your financial information on line, now it sound like president ebola pro poisoning new lays for privacy watch have you heard about this? >> good morning, ukee, err erika. the president wants to require conditions to inform customers within 30 days if their personal data has been hacked. the president will also propose a bill that would prevent companies from selling student data and from using information collected in schools for targeted advertising. he's expected to announce that plan laid err today. >> jill, the detroit auto show kicks off this week, and we hear convertibles are making a come back? >> that's right. auto automakers rolling out new convertible models, comes as consume remembers getting a lot more confident, gas prices at the lowest level in five years, economy's improving now, following the recession convertible sales did fall, but up about 8% in 2014, us, a.m. if a row mayo, b b- will all show off gritty convertibles this week. we can dream? >> dream of summer weather where you can take your convertible out. >> won't be long now. >> for more money tips and information head to our website >> apologizing after hackers take over its facebook page, base in the northampton county to do damage control after hackers polls dollars comment yesterday that are not appropriate for children. watch getting control of the facebook page, back late last night, crayola posted quote our sincere apologies to our facebook community for the inch a prepare row at and offensive post you may have
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ask your doctor about xarelto® today. ring ring! ring ring! progresso! wow soup people, i can't believe i'm eating bacon and rich creamy cheese before my sister's wedding. well it's only 100 calories, so you'll be ready for that dress. uh-huh...that's what i'm afraid of. you don't love the dress? i love my sister. 40 flavors. 100 calories or less. >> good morning, check it out what three days of lake effect snow looks like. snow piles at least two stories high. the with a the err town new york area was hammered by snow big time, up to 4 feet in some spots, and when it comes time to plow all of this, you get huge piles that dwarfs everything else around them. oh my. that takes me back, what was that three, four years ago kate, when we had all of that, what was it, three years ago when we had all of that snow? my goodness, trafficking. >> two went nears row like that where we were digging out from that casino of snow. and last year, we had few storms, that look pretty similar. >> this year, we haven't real had i much in the way of snow. had little bit last week, today, un for the lip, spore snow lovers, not what you are looking for. we are talking about ice and rain, in that order really, ice right now, across portions of the area changing over to all rain. temperatures rising, an a and whoos de do the threat for extensive icing diminishes. riverside, 33 degrees, says light drizzle, pavement and street are icy be careful out
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there. good to know if you're in riverside new jersey, what your weather watch is her reporting for you. 32 degrees says jerry. in blue bell, reporting wintery mix there. see what he has to sayment walkways very slippery, with a light freezing rain, good to know there. and let's take one more look at 31 degrees, below freezing, still in west chester, steve johnson reporting a bit of a mix there at least some light rain. says temperatures lost a degree here, be careful stepping out folks and that's just something you really have to keep in mind as this steadier rain starts to come in will have initial cooling effect before the warm air starts to come in and changes things over. so notice you are still seeing this mix this icy rain, freezing rain, mix of sleet as well. pink shading specially up into portions of berks, chester montgomery and upper bucks counties at the moment seeing some ice now head down into the city and point south the warm air moving in quickly enough with the heavy rain just seeing rain there at the moment. in the in line, cold enough forest tens i have icing so far we haven't had many report of ice in the city but head north and west with temperatures still at or below freezing reading over toward lancaster, up toward allentown, that's where we will have the biggest threat to see some more ice through the next several hours at least ice to rain, city and northwest suburbs next couple of hours will change over it all rain in the city as we head up north and west suburbs could stay frozen in some spots for longer mainly rain in south jersey into delaware. so again what to expect in the city today.
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>> tries of ice is possible mainly tops of cars sitting out all night untreated sidewalks or walkways, most of the rain roads should be okay for now. rain will ends in the evening could mix with few snowflakes. snow sleet freezing rain all day long in the poconos, could be .10 to quarter inch every ice, could lead to possible power outages in the pocono region, but see what's happening out on those roads. we check in with meteorologist, carol ericson out and about in the cbs-3 mobile weather lab all day and looking outside right now carol, what are we seeing? >> it is 3 degrees here in allentown, on south street, just about to turn onto emerson. and i think what you will notice, take a look at this beige colored car in front of us. it is covered in ice. and, these sidewalks, i got out of the mobile weather lab situation are sheet every aisles. so this is the kind of thing that you will find. we've been traveling around with no problem at all on all every these major roads because there is so much salt on these roads, it is like the morton salt girl has been out there, covered in them, get onto these side streets and these sidewalks and you are not finding this kind of treatment that you saw on the main roads at all. so step outside your door, it will be very much ice covered. the sidewalks, the side streets, we've been doing abrupt stopping just to check and see how it is, and while we've maintained a lot of traction here, i think if you maybe didn't have.
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>> you could be slimming and sliding on these roads so obviously something to pay close attention to. this is the monday travel. of course, this morning, the freezing rain, the icy spots and this afternoon, there will be a change of south to north to all rain and by this evening rain ends, and refreezing going through tonight. so, we come back out here, and you can see the roads as we make little climb up the hills. some of the hills and valleys can be a problem out driving around this morning. just one of the many things that we have to look forward to when it is wintertime. jessica? >> most important thing to know, it is icy even if you don't think it is. this is actually the vine st. expressway, right here, this is coming off of the ben franklin bridge. we saw the blown bridge few mobile ago completely jammed from the toll plaza in new jersey headed wean into the city this is what you will face. problems there also delays on the westbound side of the vine street expressway. but everything still moving along just okay. now, out on 422 just past trooper road, eastbound delay here headed toward the king of prussia area. major also are really doing poorly. ninety-five southbound woodhaven into the vine about 39 minute trip there. eastbound side of the schuylkill from the blue route to the vine about 29 minute. heff limit wynnewood line having switching problems. make sure to check to see if you're affected by. that will ukee, over to you. >> talking sports, battle to earn the right to go to the nfc championship game. aaron rogers led the pack on
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the come back trail and his fourth quarter touchdown pass put the pack ahead of dallas, oh he's sipping in there. that was great pass. cowboys roared right back. tony romo to dez bryant pass looks good. it is ruled no catch. controversial call. i thought it was pass interferance last week, that's the way the ball bounces sometimes. packers and seahawks sunday in seattle. now the season over not just for tony romo, dzhokhar bryant and the cowboys sharing dis a appointment is new jersey governor christies at this. wasn't much celebrating yesterday. the governor wore his apparently lucky orange sweater. cowboys owner jerry jones' suite. did exchange a hug with jerry jones before the game. told governor christie paid this time for his own ticket and airplane fair, he was grilled over ethics issues about the free ticket and trips. he got to earlier cowboys game. peyton manning one of the all time great quarterbacks leading his denver broncos against his old team the indianapolis colts. the quarterback who took peyton's place and truck luck had great tai, through two touchdowns pass and the colt beat the broncos 24 to 13. the colt play the patriots in foxboro this weekend on our sister station cbs-3. lightning has best records in the eastern conference, won three in a row. now the flyer guys will be without steve mason, injured against the bruins on saturday. it may be a knee injury. not sure. but the hockey folks call it a lower body injury. ray em have i expected to get the start from those teams.
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now, tonight we'll know the college football national champion the ohio state buckeyes meet the the oregon ducks, in the playoff championship game t gets underway with kick off at 8:30. that's your -- that should and very, very good game. >> who are you pulling? >> the oregon ducks chip's old team. >> hollywood's biggest names were out in their finest during last night's golden globes. >> coming up next the major award winners, who set the fashion trend. good morning family, see you in a bit. okay buddy what's your favorite kind of cheerios? honey nut. but... chocolate is my other favorite... but apple cinnamon is my favorite too... and fruity... oh yeah, and frosted! okay, but...what's you're most favorite of all? hmm... the kind i have with you. me too. >> this in movie ands in television at the 72nd annual globe awards. >> the golden globe goes to boyhood. >> yes, boyhood won top honors for best picture best supporting actress, eddie took home his first goal end globe before portraying steven hocking in the theory of everything. mike at keaton walk away with first comedy glow end globe for birdman. some see the globes as a precursor to the academy awards oscar nominations will
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be announced on thursday. >> we just saw her for brief moment, big day for actress gina rodriguez who celebrated her first nomination, first win, first major a war for the hit show jane the virgin. thirty year old actress won for best actress in a tv comedy and she had big names beat out edi faal co, and you can watch jane the virgin every monday at 9:00 right here, well done. >> nicely done. >> the globe opened award season with plenty of now fashion trends to watch out for, real think gal had a lot of folks talk willing amal clooney on the red carpeted wearing long kind of baggy white gloves with black dior one shoulder gown, stunnings the red carpet also full of some sparkly metal being bright whites, dramatic reds, but were some other colors out, there as well, yellow and purple also popping up. but the red carpet, i mean, for some of us just as much fun as the awards is her moan. >> i did you that very well. like you have done that before? >> only four times this morning. >> fun. i always love seeing what the gals are wearing. poor guys, tuxedo. >> exactly. we'll be right back. good morning. >> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> good morning, i'm erica von tiehl. watching a wintery mix this morning, good morning. >> good morning, yes continuing to watch this rain push in across the region, and keeping a close eye on those temperatures, which are very close to the freezing mark, take a look what's happening now, though, i really think it is point we can say in philadelphia, around the metro area, the threat for ice is
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pretty much winding down, it is really just rain at the moment. and as the rain starts to come in more spedly, just going to be wet on the area roads especially through the city. notice what's happening in the far north and west suburbs head up into upper bucks montgomery, still some sleet mixing in, still this rain is freezing on contact as temperatures are below freezing. so, what to expect in the city today? still that morning sleet rain and even some freezing rain north and west, trace of ice is possible in the north and west suburbs still it will transition to all rain for everyone except maybe the poconos this afternoon then end this evening. snow could affect both of your commute, slippery this morning, and then rain think afternoon. and i icy mix p.m. periods of rain high today get to go 38 degrees. good morning, jest kay. >> good morning, kate. coming up on 8:00 now. we go outside check out the schuylkill expressway. where we have come to be used to this spot here around city avenue headed westbound into the king of prussia area, completely just slammed solid. see looking little better eastbound up in the top of the screen there. out in new jersey, you can see, little bit of reduced visibility here, shiny roadways around creek road, so headed northbound toward 295 or possibly philadelphia see some problems. out in the cynwyd regional rail line for septa having switcher problems, so shuttle bussing all passengers between cynwyd and overbrook. erika, back over to you. >> jessica, thank youment next update at 8:25, and next on cbs this morning our annual physicals worth it? find out if you should keep or skip flo: hey, big guy. i heard you lost a close one today. look, jamie, maybe we weren't the lowest rate this time.
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