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this morning. this tree is through a west philadelphia home is just one example of what people are waking up to. coming up, clean autopsy head for homeowners and work crews after a nasty round of, weather overnight. brilliant performance by the wildcats. >> total come nation, villanova wildcats are heading to the national championship game for the first time in more than three decades. coming up, how they made final four history with the record win over oklahoma. go nova. >> and wild cat fans go wild on the campus of villanova and many fans waking up, very happy this morning. we will take you back out live to delaware county for more reaction, coming up. well to day is sunday april 3rd, good morning to you i'm's rahel solomon. while were you sleeping thunderstorms roared through the region leaving thousands of utility customers in the dark. in pennsylvania, peco has,
46,000 customers without power, montgomery and chester counties are reporting bulk of them. new jersey, pse&g tells us that more than 6,000 residents are without power and ac electric has more than 5,000 customers, without power, atlantic and cumberland counties are most affected. if your power is out, you want to contact the electric company immediately to assure they are aware. do not just assume about that. here's meteorologist justin drabick eyewitness weather. what are we looking at, moving forward. >> storms are done. we had gusts near 07 miles an hour with those storms. that is why we dealt with that wind damage. still windy behind this cyst them that will continue. it is potential for down trees, limbs, and additional power outages throughout the morning and into the afternoon today but story right now is also the colder air. it is opening day of baseball for some teams and certainly not feeling like baseball weather especially out in pittsburgh where they are home today but that temperature right now 37 degrees at the
airport. northwesterly wind at 28 miles an hour, feels like mid 20's. we are talking about wind chills in the teens and 20's for early april. it happens, it feels weird to talk witt though. look at these wind gusts up to 53 miles an hour in wilmington, 44 in philadelphia, lower 40's in mount pocono. that is why the high wind warning stays in effect until noon time for the entire region. so what to expect? sustain wind 20 to 30 miles an hour, potential gusts near 60 through the morning with down branches and wires are possible leading to power outages. this is temperature, freezing in allentown, below freezing in reading, 37 at the airport in philadelphia, and it feels like 15 degrees in, reading, and six on exposed skin in mount pocono. this just looks like middle of winter when you look at that temperature map and radar. we have a few flurries, we have that in berks county and then moving into bucks and montgomery county, in the the a big deal passing flurries. other than that we will see sunshine but that will not help things much.
highs in the upper 40's. we should be a around 60 for this time of the year. we have 60's coming up in the forecast and we will let you no he when that arrives and more rain in a few minutes, back to you. >> that would be nice. >> thanks, justin. well, strong storms of course moving through the region quickly overnight leaves behind a path of destruction. take a look a tree tum also on a home in west philadelphia, it happened near 54th ain't arch streets the and authorities tell us one person inside the home at the time but thankfully they were not injured. also, a partial building collapse, trapped a man inside of his car. a police officer found the car buried under bricks and a building came down in the 5,000 block of warrington street, bringing power lines down with it. the officer was in the vicinity of the responding to another accident at the time, his cruiser was also damaged by fallen bricks. man in his 60's was rushed to the hospital no details on his condition. investigators tell us that the collapsed building already appeared to be in bad shape.
many were woken up early by thunderstorm roaring through the region last night. fierce wind caused this tree to top until bensalem, crews are out there right now, trying to clear roadways so if you are head you go on the the door be careful, take your time because you may encounter some detours. and a lightening strike hit the courtyard by marred yacht in bensalem. it happened after midnight in the the 3200 block of tillman driver. look at the that damage to the hotel sign. the fortunately the lightening did not cause a fire. fire officials tell us the fourth floor did fill up with smoke and knocked out power to the entire floor. the hotel guests did have to wait inside the lobby until officials could give the all clear. also a cancellation to pass along to you because of the high wind today, the give your rear in gear run scheduled to take part in fairmount park has been canceled. it is the largest colon cancer run in about 4,000 people that were expected to take part. organizers say that high wind
are a safety concern and that has forced them to shut it down, no word if it will be rescheduled for another day. on to other news now in our region they are bridge with excitement for villanova. the mens basketball team is heading to the national championship game against north carolina tomorrow night. last night, the wildcats beat oklahoma by a record 44 points, largest margin of victory ever in a final four game and team is now focused on the big prize a championship title. >> well, celebration began before the final buzzer ever sounded and continues for hours into the night. on the villanova university campus hundreds of students, as you can see there spilling in the streets screaming, people honking their horns, everybody is beaming with
villanova pride. we are so proud, villanova fans are either, still awake after last night's victory or just now heading out for breakfast this morning to continue their celebration. cherri gregg from our sister station kyw news radio 1060 is live this morning at min elo's diner in wayne. folks just waking up or just hanging out from last night. >> reporter: good morning, rahel. they are waking up, because they were, excited after last night's win and so they are starting to come in. i mean minelo's is starting to jump at this 8:00 old clock hour. i'm here in addition to the scrapple, eggs, hash browns that is on the table, i'm here with bob and stacy sheridan. stacy here is a villanova fan, bobbies a villanova fan, when temple is not playing, i understand bob, we're in the same boat. so stacy came all the way here from new jersey, because she wanted to get somewhat, what did you want to get.
>> i needed some new swag you are proud. >> yes. >> what was going through your mine last night when they crush oklahoma. >> forty-four points it was amazing. so much fun. it is such a high. it was awesome. >> reporter: i mean i know you bleed cher i and white but it was still come on. >> it was an awesome game. villanova, their defense, really came through and their offense did too. they were hitting everything. but it was definitely a great game. >> reporter: bob had to work but you know he kept one ear listening, while it was going on and when did you know you had it. >> as i was driving into work they were up by 20 points. i figured they had the game there i could not believe, they wound up winning by over 40. it was crazy. >> you had to come up early. you will there been like when the store opens. >> it opens up at 11:00. we will be first in line, yes. >> definitely. there were a lot of fans here.
we asked the griple family how are you doing. >> good. >> these little twins, you have something to say, do you want to say something about villanova. do you want to say go nova. change your mind. >> go villanova. >> i think julie has a whole crew from the diner over here, she's ready, they told me they had a message for all of the fans out there as well. ladies, are you ready. >> go villanova. that is right. we are keeping our fingers crossed when they take on north carolina tomorrow, knocking on wood, we do not want to jinks this one. live from wayne, cherri gregg for kyw radio for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> we are crossing our fingers too. thank you. nova than the is done in houston and neither are we. not even by a long shot. stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of the cats quest for a national championship, get latest on air and our web site at cbs philly.com. in other news this morning happening today, brussels
airport is set to reopen with limited passenger service. reenforced security measures are in place. airport, of course has been closed since the march 22nd suicide bombing that killed 16 victims at the airport and another 16 in the brussels subway. airport officials say it should be back at around 20 percent of capacity tomorrow, full services at the airport won't resume until the end of june or the beginning of july. on to the lateness campaign 2016, the candidates forum in wisconsin getting ready for tuesday's primary. the state could help decide if donald trump can out right win the republican nomination avoiding a fight at parties convention. correspondent wendy gilette takes us on the campaign trail. >> the next president of the united states, donald j trump. >> reporter: sarah palin introduced donald trump at a rally in wisconsin. he is back the on the campaign trail after one of the most difficult weeks, including coming under fire for saying he would punish woman who
seeing abortion ifs they were made illegal. trump said saturday the media manipulates his word. >> they take things and they say, it is, very, very true. you know what the problem is they don't do it with everybody. they do it with me but i don't see them doing witt other people. >> reporter: ted cruz was the only presidential candidate to attend the north dakota republican state convention before traveling to wisconsin. the crowd was mostly filled with cruz supporters and some are luke warm. >> maybe not my first choice but i can support him. >> reporter: couple polls show cruz running ahead in wisconsin. >> we are doing something unusual in american politics: we're telling the truth. >> reporter: bernie sanders and hillary clinton also held events in the state. >> hello, hello. >> reporter: campaigns are arguing about setting a date for a debate before new york's primary later this month. it is a critical state for clinton who wants to win where she served as senator.
despite building tension between the two camps both candidates came together sat the day night to attend a wisconsin democratic party dinner in milwaukee. wendy gilette for cbs news, new york. and coming up next on "eyewitness news" we are chatting live with our new morning show anchors, jim donovan and brook thomas. also ahead a heart warming act of charity why this ten year-old used her birthday as a chance to give back and personal inspiration behind the idea, hi justin. good morning everyone. it is feeling like february, high win warning stays in effect, we will let you know how long this will last and we are talking more rain as well, those details
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well, tomorrow is going to be a very big day here at cbs-3. that is because we will be launching our new morning newscast from 4:30 to 7:00 with the official team for morning people. that team includes jim donovan and our brand new "eyewitness news" anchor brook thomas. right now they are joining us from jim's house in olde city where cooking up something special this morning. good morning to you both on this sunday morning. >> we are, good morning rahel. >> good morning. >> how are you. >> we're good. tell us, jim what are you cooking. >> well, you know me, i did pancakes during the blizzard. so anytime we have a new member that comes to our family i like to host something. this morning we are hosting a breakfast for our staff, producers, writers, everybody working on this new morning show to welcome my new television wife to philadelphia a. >> i like to eat, cook. i'm here early, hanging out. >> yes. >> now we're doing a waffle bar going on in a little while, for breakfast, when you guys get off the shore you
will be coming and joining news a little bit. >> this sound awesome. >> jim, i'm's really excited. >> you guys are making us hungry but we will head over thereafter the show. this is a new you show. tell us what viewers can expect. >> well, brook and i, we have known each other since december when she came in, and they pared me up. the show, we really want people to start their day with the smile on their face. we will give you the news, headlines, we will let you know what is going on with weather and traffic which is so important but we want to you leave going to work with your cup of coffee knowing to tackle the day. we will have meaningful stories, we will have bold interviews. we he just want people to kind of have a different outlook then your normal slash and burn newscast in the morning. >> super informed and entertain. >> she's good. she's good. minute she came to the station and we auditioned together i went into the boss and said she's the one. >> he tells this story to everyone.
>> you are the one. >> although look i mean i'm in jeans she's all dressed up. >> i have on a t-shirt dress i'm ready to do both. >> brook, you certainly look beautiful. i understand you just moved in the city a few weeks ago. welcome to my hometown but i understand you are feeling very much at home. >> i am, you have been super welcoming even before we moved here we were facebook chatting back and forth. this entire area in the just the city has been amazing. my favorite thing about it has been the people, i feel like i have been calling it a hidden gem because i think where i'm from they have in idea how amazing the people are. people, just strangers stopping me on the the street just talking to me, in the elevator a and grocery store. i have been enjoying getting to know the entire area, in new jersey, delaware with the entire delaware valley. i'm really exited to see more of it and experience more of it because people here are awesome. jim has been showing me
around, katie has been giving me tips, meisha has taken me around. >> crash course. >> we have done cheese steaks, historical stuff we met mayor good i had cheese steaks, i almost had to finish jim's. >> she can eat. she may look tiny but this woman can eat. >> you have got the important stuff covered. welcome again. we are so excited for tomorrow. it seems like a fun show. can't wait for that. >> we have to dice and slice so check with you later and we will get muffin ready to go. >> see you later. >> we will talk to you soon. wake up with the official team for morning people, from our morning, tomorrow morning, jim and brook will be join by katie fehlinger and meisha johnson to start your day off right with the right mix of information you need and stories that will make you smile and feel great about living here, watch the new "eyewitness news" this morning, starting monday at 4:30. excitement brewing justin joining us now. i don't know how excited i am about this forecast.
>> it is not fun not a good time if you are stepping outside. that wind is kicking up, gusts over 50 miles an hour. tough driving as well, we're going to see a a few snow flurries. it is april 3rd here but you know what it is not uncommon that we don't have snow in april. it did snow in may, we had a trace in fill amount it can happen. so cold flow coming out of the northwest, pittsburgh, kicking off their baseball season today, that is rough. a at least we have an afternoon game but even still the fan, just to sit outside in the stadium, battling some nasty wind in western pennsylvania as well. look at these storm reports from last night, storm that rolled through around 11:30, newark delaware a tree fell on the ice. lightening strike in od theessa fire, penny sized hail in upper darby and, other locations across the delaware valley, trees down, large trees down in west chester. that is just some reports that have happened from those storms. strong winds blowing off shore, so almost looks like a lake out there as atlantic ocean, live look at margate right now, sand is whipping around, and it looks nice with
the sunshine but just down right cold. check out these peak wind gusts so far this morning. we had a gust of 53 miles an hour in wilmington 52 in philadelphia a these are just reporting stations, the official airport stations, so there could be higher gusts over 60 in some of the backyards from weather watchers as well. not much happening as far as the sunshine. here comes our next storm tomorrow bringing more showers during the afternoon, initially we will get warmer air but doesn't last though once this storm passes. we will just repeat pattern, pretty much, three times this week. rainfall amounts nothing too heavy tomorrow afternoon. maybe a quarter inch of rainfall coming from the system. but jet stream is all over the place over the next several days, cold pocket of air over us right now leaves us tomorrow. so still cool but not as cold and then we will see new cold pocket of air coming in on tuesday, that knocks temperatures down again, a brief warm up on thursday, before another colder shot the of air comes in for the even of the week.
we may be dealing with 40's again by friday, into the upcoming weekend and i think finally, next week at some point, we will get more consistent warm up, temperatures back well above average. forty-seven for the high today, windy, but not as windy this afternoon as it is right now. 38 degrees tonight, partly cloudy, still breezy, cold but temperatures rapidly warm up during the morning hours, on monday and then we will reach a high of 60 degrees. the best chance for those showers later in the afternoon and evening commute could be impacted. cool down number two, comes in tuesday, 46 for the high with some sunshine, 50's an wednesday, still well below arrange with sun and then we will have another storm coming in on thursday and bringing more showers. highs of 60 degrees. by friday in the weekend we will cool the down again, maybe shower or two friday. i think 48, might be too generous for the high on saturday. it is just cold. >> and it still feels like february next week. >> we cannot say you didn't warn us. >> all right, justin, thank
you. lets get a check of the roads, let's go to ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. >> hello there, rahel. we have high wind and debris. they will be issues driving around this morning. case in point is 95 southbound at 452 in upper chichester. look at that down tree. right lane is block by it. traffic is squeezing around it, again, you will find down trees and branches use caution this morning, and horsham township we have another down tree 611 southbound between county line road. another fallen tree at 38 westbound at church street. the also one on delsea drive between goshen swinton road at beaver dam road that portion of the delsea drive shut down. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans now rahel back to you. ann, thank you. on the the cbs-3 healthwatch a special donation for cancer center in delaware county hospital, from a little girl who had just celebrated a milestone birthday. health reporter stephanie stahl has more on generous gift that has a special twist.
>> we have got this little gift for to you thank you, what you can was amazing. >> reporter: token of appreciation for ten year-old cassidy martin from the delaware county cancer center. for her birth the day she told her friend instead of gifts that they could make a donation to go to the cancer center where her grandmother had been treated for breast cancer. >> what makes you want to do this. >> i just wanted to give back. >> reporter: cassidy is named after her grandmother rose marie cassidy who was a patient at the center for nine years. >> we took care of her. >> reporter: kristin martin says her mother's final years were good because of the cancer center. the cassidy was only two when her nan died in 2008 but she remembers. >> she was really nice and sweet, i like every about it. >> reporter: instead of birthday presents cassidy got $320 from her friend that she donated to the cancer center. >> give me a hug. thank you very much for all you do. >> it is like she's a angel. >> reporter: marie, the
oncology director, says money will go to the appearance enhancement center where breast cancer patients get help with things like wigs. >> any donation no matter how small it is, it is big to our cancer center. we are a small center. we treat a lot of patients. >> reporter: cassidy does not know much about cancer but only this is a place that made nana happy what do you think nana would think about. >> she would be happy because i did a good thing for her. >> reporter: cassidy and her family also participate in an annual 5k to benefit cancer center. their team, rose marie has raised $35,000, over eight years. i'm's stephanie stahl,
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good morning to you. i'm rahel solomon. thanks so much for being with us. let's send it out to justin on the cbs-3 sky deck and justin, lot of people this morning waking up, without power after last night's storm. what can we expect moving forward. >> the problem is wind do continue in the morning hours. wind gusts 50 to 60. we can see additional power outages. they did come from the storms last night. some areas saw wind gusts up to 07. not quite this morning. garbage cans rolling around here across the city you can hear wind how long through the trees. here are wind gusts over 40 miles an hour, even over 50 in northern delaware, wilmington new castle county airport comes in with 53-mile an hour gusts. high win warning continues until noon time today for entire region, then later this
afternoon wind does back off a little bit. what to expect is worst is right now, sustained wind of 20 to miles an hour. down branches and wires will be common this morning. we are seeing that all over the road. temperatures much colder, 37 degrees at this hour in philadelphia, millville and dover, delaware. around freezing up toward lehigh valley and berks county. really that story is wind chill values with these strong wind it feels like teens and 20's than exposed skin. the that is impressive for early april. at least we have the sun. few areas could see snow showers and flurries over next hour or two. otherwise a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures struggle to get back in the mid to upper 40's. the that is a good ten to 15 degrees above average. we will see some 60-degree temperatures returning this week but don't get used to it. several cool downs remain in the forecast. it is an active pattern. we will talk about it with eyewitness weather in a few more minutes, rahel, back to you. >> all right.
if you insist, thank you. final four is now down to two, villanova is heading to the first national championship since 1985. wildcats face tar heels tomorrow night, and leslie van arsdal was in houston for record breaking wins. >> reporter: villanova will play north carolina monday night for a national championship title, after a monster win over oklahoma. josh hart said he needed to find his shots. he had a team high 23, and i think he did. >> being so locked in, defensively coming down, getting a good shot, offensively and just putting it, possession is after possession. it is just a great feeling. it is something to be proud of. >> reporter: ninety-five-61 win is largest margin of victory in final four history. >> we have had one of these games where we just made every shot. we hit end of the shot clock shots. we just threw up and they went
in. >> we didn't expect that type of game. we thought it would go down to the wires. but when we make shots we are tough to beat. >> reporter: villanova shot 71 f they can do that again monday night they will celebrate their first national championship in 31 years. reporting from houston, leslie van arsdal, "eyewitness sports". as we mentioned villanova will face north carolina and in the national championship game tomorrow night. tar heels beat syracuse 81-66. this is going to be a rematch of the 2009 national semi finals when north carolina beat the wildcats on their way to the national championships. all right. well, the second villanova game was over fans back here on campus went wild for wildcats, hitting the streets in celebration after the big win. police say only a handful of people got out offhanded. about six people were arrested but mostly the celebration was
joyful. everyone, of course, thrilled for villanovaes a first title game in over 30 years. congratulations. as we drive-in to center city the c ira center is showing its wild contacted pride. it is in beautiful v in blue and white. villanova fans are still waking up thrilled from last night's victory. cherri gregg from cbs-3 "eyewitness news" is live at the restaurant from wayne where diners having celebrating the win with the breakfast this morning. a lot of fans out there good morning, cherri. >> we're having some problems getting to cherri but we will check with her in just a moment. meantime nova isn't done in houston and neither are we. in the by a long shot. stay with "eyewitness news" for complete coverage of the cats quest for a national championship. get latest on air and on our web site at cbs philly.com. and is there still much more to come on "eyewitness
well, tomorrow night will be very big night for the villanova wildcats, as they take on the university of north carolina tar heels. tomorrow morning it will be a very big day here at cbs-3, as we have seen lots of a brand new morning show. three on your side jim donovan on the anchor desk and newest member of the "eyewitness news" team, hi, good morning, brook thomas. >> good morning. >> i see you guys are getting started it off right. good morning, guys. >> good morning, rahel. >> what are you making. >> i got to do a waffle bar, a pancake bar, i'm doing a vegetable dish. we have got muffins, fruits, bagels. >> i got everything. i have got everything covered. >> you are making us hungry. >> you are coming over after the show, right. >> oh, absolutely.
>> jim, we are not surprised to see you cooking for the crew considering you made those great pancakes during the big snowstorm earlier this year. >> yeah. >> i understand although you are taking your place permanently on the anchor desk you are not quitting your day jobs, viewers can count on you to be on your side because you have a lot of jim donovan fans who love you for consumer reporting. >> exactly. we were just on facebook live and trying to let everyone know three on your side still exists, i will do three on your side in the morning and at 5:00 in the afternoon. i won't be live every day at 5:00, just in the morning show. but, if you have viewers that have consumer issues we will gladly assist them. i'm not giving up that. this is just something extra that i'm add to go my daily routine, very early in the morning i might add. >> dark and early. >> welcome again, in fact, you attended a fabulous event where philadelphia a native, the path i -- patty labelle
was honored. >> i got to take a selfie with the path i labelle. one of the cities treasures. it was an a awesome event. the venue was basically just an event, a roomful of women, powerful women, proud women. they were celebrating a handful of powerful... >> the video of it. >> they have had a couple performers in, performing, and so at one point they had a singer on the stage performing and all of the women kind of crowded around the stage and they were watching but i was so mesmerized by how happy this entire group of women were just giant, and everyone basically in their sunday best. they have got the their suits on, their dresses, it was awesome and everyone just having these amazing smiles. it was a really good. three weeks of awesome, welcome, to this community. it was awesome. really fantastic day. >> really strong way to start. >> did you hear buzzing in the
background that is my dishwasher so please excuse me dishwasher buzzing in the back ground. >> we're live. >> we know you guys have been all over town the past couple weeks, getting the word out about the new show. jim was a great tour guides helping to find your way around town. it is a big town but any memorable moments. >> the couch story. >> what is the couch story. >> first moved here, jim and i are friend. we were friend since december, but outside of work we talked. i had a bad mover experience. >> horrible. >> so they were ready to go when they decided that my couch was too heavy. they didn't want to carry it. it didn't fit. so they left it in the lobby. jim comes right over. and decides that is not good enough. he and my friend, i'm lucky to have a couple friend in this town. migrate friend and jim pick up
my couch, put it on the elevator, care it down the hall. jimmies dressed, button down shirt, tayoun. >> i was on injury i duty that week. >> yes, and he became a mover. >> we have a job to do. >> it was awesome. >> it was really nice. i kind of forgot about how all of my things were broken and it was just amazing, you know, to be among people who care but. it was just nice. really good first welcome to the city. >> we love brook. we immediately had this chemistry on set, and we're just so thrilled that she's here. i'm looking so forward to getting up at 2:00 a.m. each morning as long as i know she's on the desk with us. after the morning show we are on facebook live so if you have questions and you have a facebook account, come on, and log on to my page jim donovan fans and brook will be answering questions as we continue the show. >> great stories indeed, jim donovan always solving peoples problems. good to see you guys.
>> always, even on his off day. >> all right, guys, thanks, so good to see you on this sunday morning. mean time wake up with the special morning team for morning people tomorrow morning. jim and brook will be joined by katie fehlinger and meisha johnson to start off right with the right mix of information you need and stories that will make you smile and really feel good about living here. watch the new "eyewitness news" this morning, starting on monday at 4:30. still to come on "eyewitness news" this morning wicked wind after a nasty storm last night. justin drabick is back with the latest on this roller coaster ride for weather, this week, we are back in a moment.
dick are son, good morning. >> good morning. today we will talk to donald trump. wide ranging report on issues from abortion which he had difficulty with this week to his campaign manager, new video footage out about an altercation that his campaign had with a report. we will talk to about his foreign policy team. and then we also had another meeting in washington did the and, feels like he hasn't been treated fairly by republican committee and that will matter if there is a contested convention in cleveland where republicans fight to get the nomination if trump doesn't get the nomination and we will talk to the chairman of the republican party about that back and forth and and then we will nature or battle ground tracker poll numbers about what voters in the most important state of wisconsin which has a primary next week
too pennsylvania and new york, two other big contests in new york coming up for both parties, republicans and democrats. we have a lot to get to, rahel. >> thanks. >> your interest right with donald trump making round these last couple days really looking forward to that. >> a lot in there. >> now over to justin checking with the weather watchers. >> that is right, people, talking about the windy conditions, losing their trash cans, wind chill values down to the teens and lower 20's, although, lot of cold air to tiehl with this morning. we are battling wind gusts over 50 miles an hour. so driving tough, especially on the bridge and other passes but lets check with these wind speeds, from our weather watchers. from the backyard neighborhood here. nottingham fran in chester county here, 35 miles an hour wind speeds, 24 down in interior south jersey and buena vista township. margot the simons house. here in philadelphia, 20 miles an hour. same in san towing a levittown, william, 18 miles
an hour less if you are protect by those trees. these are sustained wind. we are still dealing with gusts over 40, 50, close to 60 e locations. look at these wind chill values. this is what it feels like on exposed skin, 19 in nottingham, levittown, 24 degrees. philadelphia, 23. frank in richboro he is 23-degree wind chills. so a little rough this morning. that heavier coat and hat and gloves. at least we have the sunshine. we are seeing a lot of it, in south jersey right now, middletown ship high school live look where it is 35 degrees, sustained wind from the northwest at 17 miles an hour. this is what you are dealing w generally sunshine, a few patchy fair weather clouds, passing by every now and then. wind die down this afternoon. still windy. you can see that flow off the great lakes, snow showers, cross northwestern, pennsylvania, upstate new york. we had a few flurries, lehigh valley, berks county a few flakes were flying early this morning with cold air just
rushing in behind last night's arctic cold front. this morning the worst of the wind, northwest, 20 to 30, sustained, gusts close to 60 in some spots by the afternoon, those gust does come down 40 miles an hour and then tonight those wind relax, sustained wind 15 miles an hour and then they will switch direction out of the south, so that means milder air returning for the start of the workweek. the here's last night's storm well off shore, it is get gooding snow right now across eastern massachusetts and maine. our next storm system impacts us monday afternoon in the form of some showers. it looks like morning commute the stays dry and may need umbrella for afternoon and early evening behind that system another shot builds in for middle will of the week, high pressure keeps us try and sunshine and then pattern continues to repeat itself again by even of the week into next week ebb. the rest of today, it is just windy, cloud will thicken up tonight, keeping it the dry, tomorrow morning a sprinkle or two, north and west of the city and then to the afternoon more widespread showers around, they are out of here by evening.
we will clear out again, back to sunshine tuesday but colder. today, 40's, that is it for high temperatures. we should be close to 60 this time of the year. tonight we will drop down to the 30's pretty quickly in the evening and then wrapped warm up tomorrow morning already in the 40's by sunrise and then potentially lower 60's, even up toward lehigh valley it is possible if rain showers hold off long enough. check out this early april chill. here's pattern for next ten days, cold pocket of air over us right now, another one develops, middle of the week, we will get a break thursday but it comes with rain, watch next weekend, another cold pocket of air sticks around. not until middle of next week april 12th, 13th until we see warmer air starting to build in. we have potential to hit 70 degrees and another week and a half or so. wait a bit. we want milder air. forty-seven today, windy tonight still breezy, 38 for low temperature. here's the extended forecast classic for early april. temperatures all over the place, active the pattern, we are seeing showers tomorrow afternoon with the high of 60.
dry but cool, tuesday and wednesday, 40's to about 50. warming up again thursday with more rain, high near 60 and then cooler again next weekend. if you love watching weather, you can be featured in the the newscast coming up an eyewitness weather watcher sign up at cbs philly.com/watchers. >> justin, thank you. time is 8:00 506789 lets get a last check of the roads with ann evans from the cbs-3 traffic center. >> good morning, rahel. we have high wind today that we have a factor for your drive n the wind are so high, 35 miles an hour speed restriction in place right here on the ben franklin bridge, also the walt whitman bridge at 35 miles an hour speed reductions in place as well. we have several fallen trees to tell but in the area now. no big delays, no debris on the the area bridges but once you get in pennsauken haddonfield road southbound is blocked between route 90 and mapel avenue, due to fallen power tables and tree branches. 295 south, down tree at 168, right lane is block, fallen tree in moorestown on
westbound, passable with care. down utility pole at 07 eastbound at 541. and then a fallen tree in horsham township 611 between county line road and mail he will avenue. speaking of fallen trees. here's another one this one on i-95. this is i-95 southbound in upper chichester at 452, market street, you can see right lane is block by it. traffic, squeezing by, here. this is what you will find driving. a lieutenant of fallen trees and branches and trash cans, as well, this morning, so drive carefully. moving the traffic camera one more time to the schuylkill expressway at spring garden street. no delays on the schuylkill here yet, if you look to the right that is martin luther king drive shut down from the parkway to the balls bridge with kelly drive between fountain green and strawberry mansion driving foreman i flick regatta that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, i'm ann evans now here's leslie with a look at villanova's big win. >> reporter: villanova will play north carolina monday
night for national championship title. after a monster win over oklahoma. now villanova had a 14-point half time lead and then exploded halfway through second half. the cats up by 18. phil booth with the three ball in the corner pocket. then chris jenkins hit another three, nova went on a 25 to nothing run to put the game out of reach. they walk back to the locker room not celebrating but they were all about business, 95-51 the final. i caught up with guard phil will booth after the huge win. >> just one of the days where i think our guys were excited, and chris, arch, and they score. no surprise at all. one of the the days for us. we have to get stops on the other end. >> i'm watching you come off the court. you guys have ice in your veins. you are not even celebrating, or anything, why. >> that is how we are. we are in the done yet. we have to celebrate a win monday night. that is when we will celebrate. the right now it is strictly
business. and, we have to stay strong, and get ready to they're game. >> second game north carolina took care of syracuse, bryce johnson with 16 points and nine rebound, the tar heels win this 183-66. and yes, play villanova on monday night. to hockey now the flyers, playing in an important game taking on on the washings down at the center. still tied with detroit for that final playoff spot. to the game, jake voracek, wayne simmonds for his 27th goal of the season. the flyers within one to nothing lead. later on in the second, sean couturier able to knock in his left goal of the year to make it two to nothing flyers. in the third flyers up two-one, simmonds with the second goal of the game, steve mason with 33 saves, they win it three-two. they will play pittsburgh today. to the sixers taking on the pacers at the center. brett brown's team looking for their tenth win of the season. game tied at 98. under four minutes left. cj miles hits a three-point are. he led pacers with 25 points to beat the sixers, 115-102.
that is back here in houston, villanova, with a chance to win it all, monday night. reporting from houston leslie fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors have received a few awards. but we've received a few more, including jd power who ranked us highest in customer satisfaction for the third year in a row. only fios has the fastest internet on the most awarded network. now get super-fast 100 meg internet tv and phone for just $69.99 per month, online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good, only fios can.
we have breaking news out of chester county, delaware county just coming in the news room. authorities are on the scene of the amtrak train accident. we are told amtrak train hit a vehicle on the track near sixth and booth street shortly before 8:00. there are reports of injuries. details still coming in the news room. still a very fluid situation. amtrak did just tweet a few minutes ago that they are aware of the incident involving the palmetto train 89, and as information comes in the news room we will release it the to you. stay with cbs-3.com for the latest information. cbs philly.com for the very latest information. now we will go to justin for weather. >> we have wind to deal with this morning. watch out driving a lot of debris on the road, lot of
trees, down poles potentially could lead to more power outages. gets bet they are afternoon. wind die down a little bit. chilly. feels more like late february. forty-seven for the high. tomorrow up to 60. we will need umbrellas coming in mainly during afternoon, cools down again, on tuesday and wednesday, highs back in the 40's. temperatures just all a over the place, this week. >> yes. >> all right, justin thank you. the that is "eyewitness news" for now. we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs philly.com, sunday morning is next, have a great day. you can save over 500 bucks when you switch to progressive. that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪
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