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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A major and multi-day winter storm in the Delaware Valley is underway, though, the heaviest snow and the strongest winds have yet to arrive with this expected to be the biggest snowstorm for the region in five years. The forecast is on track with 8 to 12 inches of snow expected in Philly, over a foot likely in most of the Pennsylvania suburbs and a foot-and-a-half of snow is possible in the Lehigh Valley and Poconos through the event. Some snow totals so far—>@CBSPhilly ☃️ pic.twitter.com/ZTAZpMXsRu — Lauren Casey (@LaurenCBS3) February 1, 2021 Nearby New Jersey suburbs are in the 8-to-12-inch range, then 4 to 8 inches for the Pine Barrens and 2 to 4 inches of snow along the coast and in central/southern Delaware. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for a large portion of the region through Tuesday morning. Steady snow continues Sunday...
    THIS is the terrifying moment a huge snake was spotted inside a toilet by an unsuspecting bathroom-goer before slithering back down the U-bend. The video was filmed in the island city-state of Singapore and numerous viewers recognised the toilet as one found in Pasir Ris Park. 5A black snake was seen slithering up the side of a toilet bowlCredit: @rierin188/Newsflash 5The snake was caught on camera by an unsuspecting toilet-goerCredit: @rierin188/Newsflash 5The reptile was spotted in a loo in SingaporeCredit: @rierin188/Newsflash An spokesman for the park, however, has insisted the video was not taken at the park despite social media users claiming otherwise, according to media in the area. The footage shows a large black snake inside the toilet bowl before retreating back down the U-bend. The video was shared on a Facebook group where it has been viewed almost 80,000 times, with dozens of local residents commenting their concern....
    (CNN)An invasive species of giant lizard is invading the Southeast and threatening native wildlife.The Argentine black and white tegu is a native of South America and eats the eggs of ground-nesting birds, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. They grow up to 4 feet long and can weigh more than 10 pounds. They also eat fruits, vegetables, insects and eggs. Wildlife officials are concerned that the invasive species will compete with native animals for food and other resources, cause habitat damage, and transmit diseases. Invasive species can prey on native wildlife, so the department has a strategy for conserving indigenous species and their habitats statewide. The lizards also have few predators, so they can multiply quickly. It is unclear how they were released into the wild, but tegu lizards are legal as pets in many states, so it's possible a domestic lizard was released, on purpose or accidentally....
    Donald Trump may have predicted that on Nov. 4 the coronavirus pandemic would no longer be an issue, but here’s a shocker—Trump was wrong. Marching millions of Americans to the polls to vote did not make the virus go away any more than any of the other “magic” Trump has suggested. Even as people were lining up on Election Day, often in situations that didn’t require masks or enforce social distancing, 1,200 Americans lost their lives on a day that scored just under previous records for highest day with 95,000 confirmed cases. Now the nation moves forward with half the states having endorsed the death of over 250,000, and with Trump focused on fighting votes rather than disease. Which is … honestly no change at all. It’s just that Trump’s malign neglect will be a tad more obvious. It wasn’t just turnout that was up on Tuesday. Wisconsin may have been a tight...
    Hurricane Zeta has reportedly killed at least 3 people and left more than 2.6 million homes and businesses without power after moving Thursday across the Southeast. Zeta hit the Southeastern Louisiana coast Wednesday as a Category 2 hurricane and was a tropical storm with winds up to 50 mph Thursday morning, the Associated Press reported. Hundreds of schools canceled classes or opened late and some voting places were affected. People across 7 states from Louisiana to the Carolinas were left without power and may not have power restored for several days. (RELATED: Hurricane Season Could Get So Bad They Might Run Out Of Names, Scientists Predict) Life-threatening conditions would last during the day Thursday as the tropical storm moves across the mid-Atlantic, officials said according to the report. Zeta will move offshore near Delaware and southern New Jersey. Overturned trailers sit along LA-46 after Hurricane Zeta on October 29, 2020...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Here comes the rain. Rain showers expected through the day today and a big portion of the day on Tuesday as well. Technically, temperatures will be ticking up between now and tomorrow so while we have multiple fronts around, I don’t think it would be correct to say a cold front is going to move through. You can see on the system’s back side though, the cool air in the way of snow that will not impact us. Temperatures won’t move very much today. Highs will be at around 57 degrees, and that’s the temperature we are sitting on this morning. Lows will be in the low 50’s. Temperatures will still be in the mid 50’s at midnight tonight. Tuesday highs will return to the 60’s with mid to maybe even upper 70s expected for highs on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. That...
    CHICAGO — This week will start off warm in Chicago, but colder temperatures are on the way. Monday is expected to see rain and thunderstorms in the morning and early afternoon and to be breezy with wind gusts up to 40 mph, according to the National Weather Service. The expected high temperature for the day is 66 degrees. The rain will disappear Tuesday and Wednesday, which are expected to be sunnier, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday could hit 70 degrees and be breezy, while Wednesday is expected to hit 71 with some wind. Thursday has a chance for rain again in the morning, but the expected high temperature will drop to 55 degrees. A freeze is possible in some parts overnight. And Friday will be sunny, but it’ll be even chillier, only getting as warm as 51 degrees and getting as chilly as 37 degrees overnight.
    In Los Angeles the other night, the cutouts behind home plate had extra big smiles on their faces as Mookie Betts smashed three home runs at Dodger Stadium. On the same night, Yu Darvish took a no-hitter into the seventh inning at Wrigley Field, where the Cubs jumped off to their best start in more than a century. Fans were forced to cheer from home for both performances, for reasons well known to everyone. Still, they were a reminder that — if you suspend reality just a little — everything in sports doesn’t have to be about COVID-19. A third of the way into the strangest season ever, baseball is working, at least in spots. There are reasons to turn on the television to watch, even if nothing is really the same. There’s a new team in Buffalo, though no one in Buffalo can go to see it. Soon there...
    PINEY POINT, Md. (WJZ) — Three tornadoes were reported in Maryland Tuesday morning while Tropical Storm Isaias made its way across the state. According to the National Weather Service, three confirmed tornadoes touched down in southern Maryland. Three more radar-indicated tornadoes were reported along the lower Eastern Shore. Crews from the National Weather Service’s Wakefield, Virginia office will be traveling to Maryland Thursday to survey the area for damage from the three tornadoes reported along the lower Eastern Shore before confirming them officially. RELATED STORIES: 2 Rescued After Cars Swept Away By Floodwaters In La Plata During Isaias Storms Maryland Weather: Power Outages, Storm Damage Reported As Isaias Leaves Maryland 2 Tornadoes Landed On Lower Eastern Shore Early Tuesday, NWS Confirms 1 Killed After Tree Falls On Moving Vehicle In St. Mary’s County As Tropical Storm Isaias Blew Through Maryland PHOTOS: Tropical Storm Isaias In Maryland In Southern...
    PINEY POINT, Md. (WJZ) — Six tornadoes were reported in Maryland Tuesday morning while Tropical Storm Isaias made its way across the state. According to the National Weather Service, three confirmed tornadoes touched down in southern Maryland. Three more radar-indicated tornadoes were reported along the lower Eastern Shore. Crews from the National Weather Service’s Wakefield, Virginia office will be traveling to Maryland Thursday to survey the area for damage from the three tornadoes reported along the lower Eastern Shore before confirming them officially. RELATED STORIES: 2 Rescued After Cars Swept Away By Floodwaters In La Plata During Isaias Storms Maryland Weather: Power Outages, Storm Damage Reported As Isaias Leaves Maryland 2 Tornadoes Landed On Lower Eastern Shore Early Tuesday, NWS Confirms 1 Killed After Tree Falls On Moving Vehicle In St. Mary’s County As Tropical Storm Isaias Blew Through Maryland PHOTOS: Tropical Storm Isaias In Maryland In Southern...
    (CNN)At a time when modern science seems under siege, a pair of movies, "Radioactive" and "Tesla," celebrate the field -- not as it stands today, but through biographies that train a slightly fractured lens on the great pioneers of the late-19th century.Neither film is especially memorable, which is too bad, squandering Rosamund Pike as Marie Curie and Ethan Hawke, very intense and brooding as Nikola Tesla.The overlapping themes, however, feature notable echoes of our current anti-science impulses -- in response to everything from coronavirus to vaccines to climate change -- in a way that gives these movies additional heft. They stream into homes (itself a relatively modern marvel) at a time when scientists find themselves pleading with segments of the public to heed their advice regarding the worst pandemic in a century.The parallels between the two films, their protagonists and present-day politics go beyond that, beginning with the fact that...
    Surveillance video has captured the moment a grizzly bear beats down the front door of a family home and wanders through its living room.  The terrifying footage was shared to Twitter by Ohio-based radio presenter Jason Priestas on Saturday, and has already garnered more than 750,000 views.  Preistas did not say where the video was filmed, but there have been a number of instances of bears breaking into homes in North America this summer.  'The way it put its paw on the door. This bear has done this before,' the radio star wrote above the clip.  Surveillance video has captured the moment a grizzly bear beat down the front door of a family home and wandered through its living room The footage begins with the home's front door being slammed down, before the brown bear's paw appears in the corner.  The brazen animal then makes its way into the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- In San Francisco, there was another protest Thursday night and it was mobile.Car after car, dozens upon dozens, lined up in Golden Gate Park for the start of a car caravan for justice.RELATED: Wednesday's march in SF 'overwhelmingly peaceful,' police chief saysSFPD motorcycles lined up too, next to the protesters, who had a message to share."Black lives matter! Black lives matter," yelled a woman from her car window.The caravan took a route through the City that intentionally passed by SFPD precincts, including the Richmond District Station on 6th Avenue. Video shows a car caravan in San Franciscos Inner Richmond District earlier today in response to the death of #GeorgeFloyd. One car has a sign that says "I cant stay silent." https://t.co/KDyc2MwFGn pic.twitter.com/ikLIz62vnX— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) June 5, 2020"This is where we're at, we've got to have a voice. It's for them, this is for my son....
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