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    President BidenJoe BidenDearborn office of Rep. Debbie Dingell vandalized Pfizer to apply for COVID-19 booster approval for 16- and 17-year-olds: report Coronavirus variant raises fresh concerns for economy MORE was informed of the school shooting in Michigan while traveling in Minnesota on Tuesday, the White House said, and will receive “regular updates” about the incident as more information comes to light. White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiOvernight Defense & National Security — US, Iran return to negotiating table US, Iran return to same negotiating table Federal workers who don't meet vaccine mandate won't face discipline until January MORE said in a statement that national security adviser Jake SullivanJake SullivanBiden administration resists tougher Russia sanctions in Congress GOP holds on Biden nominees set back gains for women in top positions NATO head warns Russia against Ukrainian incursion MORE informed Biden of the shooting before he toured Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount Tuesday afternoon.   “The traveling team will remain in close touch with the team back at the White House and provide regular updates to the President as new information surfaces,”...
    ROXBURY (CBS) — One person was shot on Rockland Street in Roxbury Tuesday afternoon and has been taken to the hospital. Boston Police said they received a call about a shooting around 1:30 p.m. So far, no arrests have been made. The condition of the person who was shot is also unknown at this time. Boston Police officers were seen Tuesday afternoon laying out evidence markers where the shooting took place. This is a developing story.
    BORIS Johnson will be make an announcement today (November 30) on the new measures the government will be introducing to tackle the Omicron variant.  The Prime Minister will be speaking this afternoon about the new compulsory mask mandate, which took effect in England at 4am on November 30. 1Boris Johnson will give a Covid press conference this afternoon, Downing Street has confirmedCredit: Reuters 11 cases of the new Covid-19 strain have been found in the UK, and more cases are expected to follow into the Christmas period. Health secretary Sajid Javid unveiled new restrictions in an announcement over the weekend, with countries on the UK's travel "red list" and new mask mandates.  What time is Boris Johnson's announcement today, Tuesday, November 30? Boris Johnson will give a Covid press conference this afternoon, Downing Street has confirmed.  The time of the announcement has not been confirmed. SAJID Javid issued an update on the latest Covid measures yesterday afternoon (November 29). Most read in Health NewsWORLDWIDE SURGE How mutant Omicron covid strain could actually END the global pandemicMUM’S PAIN My baby’s eye started moving strangely -...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — It’s much cooler in South Florida this Tuesday with morning temperatures dipping into the 60s. A brisk north wind gusting up to 25 mph will keep temperatures 10 degrees below the normal Tuesday afternoon with highs near 70 degrees under sunny skies. READ MORE: Publix, Winn-Dixie Set Purchase Limits On Thanksgiving Staples Below normal temperatures Tuesday afternoon. (CBS4) Wednesday morning will be the coldest this week with lows falling down to the upper 50s in Broward and Miami-Dade and the 60s for the Keys. READ MORE: Major Retailers Roll Back Thanksgiving Day Shopping And Close For The HolidayDry pattern sticks around but the ocean breeze can bring back more clouds and a stray shower early Thanksgiving Day, otherwise, Thanksgiving afternoon will be pleasant with mild temperatures returning. (CBS4) Forecast highs Thanksgiving Day through the weekend with be in the upper 70s and lows in the mid-60s. MORE NEWS: Do You Recognize These Men? FBI Releases Photos Of Hialeah Bank Robbery SuspectsThere is forecast to be a weak cold front pushing through Friday into Saturday...
    Miami (CBSMiami) – A chilly breeze is set to replace the soggy weather we’ve had over the past few days but it won’t stick around long. Despite the cooler mornings Monday and Tuesday, a pleasant Thanksgiving is expected for us here in South Florida. The cold front that will usher in this cooler air will be moving through the area Monday afternoon and evening. Expect warm temperatures ahead of if with highs in the middle 80s Monday afternoon. A few showers or even a gusty storm is possible mainly Monday afternoon and early evening. By Monday night the showers move out as much colder air pushes into the area. READ MORE: Broward County's Rental Relief Portal ReopensThe breeze really picks up Monday night, by Tuesday morning temperatures will be in the 60s with a chilly breeze. Bright sunshine will make for a nice afternoon as the wind diminishes before temperatures quickly drop Tuesday night. Wednesday morning is forecast to the coldest inland with temperature going below 60 degrees. Right along the coast it will be in the lower 60s as...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s going to be a showery Sunday in Broward and the Keys, but soon the pattern will switch to a drier and cooler one in time for Thanksgiving. But first, a brisk east wind will carry moisture from the Atlantic that will help develop showers anytime throughout Sunday. The showers, for the most part, are quick moving. READ MORE: 'The Sport That Saves Our Spirit': Breast Cancer Survivors Compete In Dragon Boat RaceThe east breeze today will gust up to 20 mph keeping the beach and boating hazards in place this Sunday. A small craft advisory remains in effect along with a high risk of rip currents. A bit of sun returns this Sunday and so warmer temperatures are expected today and Monday with highs getting into the mid-80s but followed by a dramatic dip Tuesday morning. Spotty showers are will develop Monday afternoon ahead of a strong cold front that will sweep South Florida by Monday overnight. A burst of cool air is in store behind the cold front. READ MORE: Gas Explosion Victim's Daughter Speaks...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a very warm Thursday with some light evening showers and a cold front, temperatures were 25 to 30 degrees colder Friday, and Saturday is expected to be the same. The morning will begin cold and frosty. Expect for clouds to filter in as slightly warmer air moves our way for Sunday and Monday. READ MORE: Man, 40, Shot And Killed In Baltimore SaturdayShowers will be around late Sunday night going into Monday morning. Another cold front will cross the region Monday and colder, breezy conditions will follow on Tuesday. However, we can’t rule out a brief snow shower in some spots, especially in far Western Maryland. Temperatures on Tuesday will stay in the low 40s, making it a very chilly day — with gusty winds to add to the chill. READ MORE: Frederick County Health Officials Continue Urging Everyone Eligible To Get COVID Vaccines, BoostersWednesday, the big travel day, will be dry and mainly sunny — and so will Thanksgiving! Highs are expected to reach the low to mid 50s. MORE NEWS: Two People Wounded...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Expect mild temperatures Tuesday, but the cold returns after that. The main story over the next couple of days, though, will be the wind. In the Twin Cities, wind gusts will be highest in the afternoon, breaching 30 mph. Southeastern Minnesota will be under a wind advisory from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday will start out gusty, and again the wind will be most severe in the afternoon, potentially blowing at 35-40 mph. (credit: CBS) The high in the Twin Cities Tuesday is 47. Temperatures cool down on Wednesday and Thursday before another brief warmup to end the week. The forecast looks dry for the next several days.   More On WCCO.com: With COVID Hospitalizations At Year-Long High, Doctors Urge Minnesotans To Get Vaccinated; ‘We Are Essentially At 100% Capacity’ Guthrie Audience Member’s Pre-Show Rant Delays Opening Night For ‘Christmas Carol’ MN Weather: Light Flurries Possible In Twin Cities During Morning Commute Court To Hear $360K Child Support Case Against Tarvaris Jackson Estate
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A brief warmup is ahead. Tuesday’s highs reach the 50s with party cloudy skies. Big improvement by afternoon as temps warm through the 40s into 50s. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/NJRp5YpkKa — Laura Bannon (@LBannonWX) November 16, 2021 READ MORE: Armored Car Security Guard Lashonda Hearts Killed, Partner Wounded During Robbery While Loading ATM In West ChathamShower chances increase after midnight. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: A Tuesday Warmup Coming, But Temperatures Drop Again WednesdayPeriods of light rain showers are expected throughout Wednesday. Colder air arrives by the afternoon as temperatures dip into the 40s. MORE NEWS: Felony Charges Of Murder Filed Against Teen Suspect In Stabbing That Killed Manny Porties, 18, After State's Attorney Earlier Rejected Such ChargesAfter a couple of above average day, colder air settles in for the end of the week.
    DENVER (CBS4)- Get ready for a week of extremes across Colorado. A strong high pressure ridge delivered high temperatures just a few degrees shy of record territory on Monday afternoon. Credit: CBS4 READ MORE: Governor's Park Playground Closed After Dozens Of Needles FoundDenver’s high made it into the mid-70s just for degrees away from the record high despite a day of a persistent mountain wave cloud. Credit: CBS4 As our current high pressure ridge moves east on Tuesday strong southwesterly winds will be ramping up across the state. Credit: CBS4 READ MORE: Aurora Central High School Parents Wait To Pick Up Students After Shooting Injures 6 StudentsThe combination of strong winds, warm temps and low relative humidity will create a higher fire danger along the I-25 corridor including the Denver metro area on Tuesday. Credit: CBS4 Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning a cold front will swing thru opening the door for a cold trough of low pressure to bring in some of the coldest air since last spring into the area. ...
    The first Nor’easter of the season led to scattered power outages throughout Massachusetts as the worst of the storm is yet to arrive in the region. Nearly 1,000 Massachusetts residents were without power as of 1:25 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26, according to National Grid and Eversource. National Grid was responding to 37 active outages impacting 529 of its customers, while Eversource had 130 of its 221,118 Western Massachusetts customers reporting outages. According to Eversource, outages were being reported in Chesterfield, Greenfield, and Richmond. National Grid outages, by county, according to the utility company on Tuesday afternoon: Berkshire: 250; Middlesex: 139; Worcester: 132; Essex: 4; Norfolk: 2; Plymouth: 1; Nantucket: 1. Complete restoration is expected by 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, though more outages are likely as the rain subsides and whipping winds make their way north. Related story - Projected Rainfall Totals Increase For Powerful Nor'easter Which Could Bring 60 MPH Wind Gusts The National Weather Service, which has issued a separate Flash Flood Watch last night through Tuesday evening, is predicting eastern coastal states will suffer heavy...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A piece of the “bomb cyclone” that recently slammed the West Coast will cross Colorado on Tuesday bringing needed moisture and also very gusty winds. The moisture will initially be limited to the Western Slope early on Tuesday before spreading east across the mountains by early afternoon. A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for the northwest and southwest mountains in Colorado through midnight Tuesday night. The advisory includes the mountains surrounding Steamboat Springs, Rabbit Ears Pass, Telluride, Lake City, and Wolf Creek Pass for at least 4 to 8 inches of snow. Some areas will get at least a foot especially in the San Juan Mountains. READ MORE: Sally Strelecki, Woman Shot By Bullet Through Apartment Wall, Regains Consciousness And Defies Odds (source: CBS) While there is no advisory along the I-70 mountain corridor between Georgetown and Avon, this stretch will still experience snow and wind. Slow travel is likely starting Tuesday afternoon and a road closure is possible due to accidents. For Denver and the Front Range, Tuesday morning will be dry followed by rain...
    The rain will be more on than off the remainder of the day, but the absolute worst of it is coming to an end. Through this afternoon, bands of moderate to heavy rain will push just off to our north and east, then sweep through the city again later this afternoon and into the evening. That said, flooding will remain a concern; but again, we’re not expecting the intensity of what we saw earlier this morning. READ MORE: MTA Says It's Prepared To Deal With Subway Flooding, Commuters Encouraged To Use Mass Transit (Credit: CBS2) As for the winds, they’ll slightly ramp up into the afternoon and evening with gusts ranging from 25-45 mph around the area. However, tonight there will be exceptionally higher amounts across Long Island where they could see wind gusts of 45-60 mph. In fact, all of Suffolk county will be under a wind advisory this evening through midday tomorrow with the southeastern tip under a high wind warning. (Credit: CBS2) READ MORE: Driver Hurt When MTA Bus Crashes With Van, Jumps Curb...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– The rain has cleared, leaving a sunny day ahead. Tuesday’s temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s with mostly sunny skies. Clouds move in by the afternoon. What a difference a day can make! Cool breezes and sunshine for this Tuesday. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/rSiLX8xctS — Laura Bannon (@LBannonWX) October 26, 2021 Winds pick up Wednesday giving temperatures a boost. Rain chances increase on Thursday afternoon.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The storm system responsible for a wet and windy Monday, has moved out of the area allowing for the winds to relax and the rain to end. A few spotty showers cannot be ruled out overnight into Tuesday morning, but most locations will remain dry. READ MORE: Chicago Police Union President Urges Aldermen To Repeal Mayor's Vaccine Mandate For City Workers, Judge Denies Request To Extend Order Barring Comments Urging CPD Officers To Defy OrderAfter some morning cloud cover, expect clearing skies and breezy conditions in the afternoon on Tuesday. (Credit: CBS 2) Extra sunshine will boost highs into the mid to upper 50s. Not as windy Tuesday, but a breeze out of the northeast is expected at 10 to 15 miles per hour. High pressure will make for another nice day on Wednesday, with highs in the upper 50s, before a storm system moves in on Thursday afternoon producing another round of showers. READ MORE: Two Blocks Of Oakley Avenue In Gage Park Have Been Crumbling For Years, And Frustrated...
    By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer After a mostly sunny and chilly start, we’re topping out in the upper 50s and low 60s this afternoon. READ MORE: NYPD: Suspect In Custody For Possible DWI After Injuring Officer At Traffic Checkpoint In Lower ManhattanClouds will be gradually increasing for the rest of today, but other than a very isolated shower or sprinkle, we’ll stay dry through sunset. A decent finish to the weekend! Big changes begin tonight as a warm front pushes northward. A batch of showers will move through, mainly for spots north of the city. The area will be mainly rain-fee by sunrise tomorrow morning. READ MORE: Overnight Gun Violence: 3 Men Shot In Queens, Innocent Woman Shot In Brooklyn, NYPD SaysAs we’re in the warm sector of our system, we get a surge of milder air for Monday. Temps will climb into the 70s for many with a mostly cloudy sky. Monday night through Tuesday, the associated low moves across and off the coast. Expect a good soaking of rain, especially during the morning hours of Tuesday....
    CHICAGO (CBS)– The White Sox and Astros will play Game 4 of the American League Division Series Tuesday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field. It’s another must-win game for the Sox after Monday’s game got moved to this afternoon due to rain. READ MORE: Woman Punches Man Attempting To Rob Her In West TownThe game is set for 1:07 p.m. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Showers Tuesday Morning, Afternoon SunshineWhite Sox fans are looking forward to it, especially after a 12 to 6 win for the Sox on Sunday during Game 3. If they can win this afternoon’s game, the series heads back to Houston for a deciding Game 5 on Wednesday. MORE NEWS: One White Sox Fans Inks His Promise, Another Casts A Spell To Give South Siders HopeIf you had a ticket or parking pass for Monday’s game it will automatically transfers for Tuesday’s game.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A Wyoming coroner will reveal the results of Gabby Petito‘s autopsy Tuesday. The Teton County coroner has scheduled a press conference this afternoon. READ MORE: New York Weather: CBS2 10/12 Tuesday Morning Weather HeadlinesPetito was reported missing last month after a cross-country trip with her fiancé Brian Laundrie. Gabby Petito: Timeline Of Road Trip With Fiancé Brian Laundrie, Notable Dates And Events READ MORE: CBS2 Speaks With Lead Officer And Crew Of U.S. Air Force Mission That Helped 800 Afghan Refugees Escape KabulHer body was later found in a remote camping area in Grand Teton National Park, and her death was ruled a homicide. Authorities are still searching for Laundrie. MORE NEWS: Exclusive Video: Man Attempts To Snatch 3-Year-Old Girl From Grandmother In Bronx Neighborhood 
    CHICAGO (CBS)– The official groundbreaking for the future Obama Presidential Center begins Tuesday afternoon. The former President and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama are in Chicago to attend the ceremony in Jackson Park. READ MORE: No New States Added To Chicago's Travel AdvisoryâWhen it came time to plan the Obama Presidential Center, we wanted to give back to the place that gave us so much,” Michelle Obama said. The center in Jackson Park is where construction began about a month ago, but it’s been five years in the making. It will include a museum, public library, athletic center and community space. The Obamas hope it will give an economic boost to the South Side. âThis is the first presidential museum thatâs ever been located in the inner city community,” Dr. Carol Adams, advisor to the Obama Foundation, said. âWe think that it is has social, cultural education and economic benefits. We see economic benefits to our community already, as we see the contractors that are working on the site evil now and more to come.â READ MORE: Transgender Attorney...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A pretty strong cold front is approaching the Baltimore area Tuesday afternoon, so expect some showers and thunderstorms to impact your day. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the area surrounding Baltimore at a slight or marginal risk of severe weather, depending on where you happen to live or work. READ MORE: Capital Gazette Gunman Jarrod Ramos Sentenced To 5 Life Terms Without ParoleThe primary threats to keep in mind are damaging winds and hail. But there’s also some potential for flash flooding and even tornadoes. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 17 New Deaths Reported, Hospitalizations & Positivity DipSevere weather is possible for the afternoon hours through bedtime, or roughly 1 p.m. through 9 p.m. Tuesday. It’s worth noting, however, that there is beautiful weather behind the cold front, so the next few days should be gorgeous outside. MORE NEWS: Baltimore Police Searching For 2 Missing Children, 14- and 3-Years-OldStay with WJZ on air and online for your weather needs.
    Some showers will work their way through the area later this morning into the midday hours… showers and strong t’storms this afternoon. Iso’d severe t’storms will be possible with locally damaging winds, hail and downpours being the the main concerns. Otherwise, expect a mostly cloudy day with highs in the mid to upper 70s. (Credit: CBS2) The shower/t’storm activity will push south and east of the city this evening with partial clearing the remainder of the night. It will be cooler, too, with temps falling into the 50s… 40s inland. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be a very nice fall day: sunny to partly cloudy with highs only in the upper 60s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will be partly cloudy to partly sunny and even cooler with just a stray shower. Expect highs in the mid 60s.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Lakeside areas will soon drop from the 80s to the 60s in less than two hours as a lake-enhanced cold front moves in. Gusty northeast winds develop with the passage of the front. READ MORE: R. Kelly Found Guilty Of All Counts In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering Trial No rain is associated with the frontal passage, but there will definitely be a switch to fall as the cool wind flow works inland. READ MORE: Reports Of Active Shooter At Carthage College In Kenosha Deemed Unfounded, Police Give All Clear High waves and dangerous rip currents will be present until Tuesday afternoon. (Credit: CBS 2) The low for Monday night is 61 with those breezy and cool conditions. On Tuesday, it will be partly cloudy with a high of 77. MORE NEWS: Northwestern University Bans All Social Activities At Campus Fraternities Until At Least Mid-October After Reports Of Drugging; Some Students Want Greek Life Abolished (Credit: CBS 2) On Wednesday, it will be mostly sunny with a high of 82. (Credit: CBS 2)
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A 15-year-old boy was critically wounded in a drive-by shooting Tuesday afternoon in the West Chatham neighborhood, about half a mile from Simeon Career Academy High School. Police said a 15-year-old boy was in front of a business in the 8300 block of South Holland Road around 2:40 p.m., when someone in a black vehicle pulled up and shot him in the chest. READ MORE: Benet Academy Decides To Hire Amanda Kammes As Lacrosse Coach After Rescinding Job Offer Because She Is Married To A Woman The boy was taken to University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition. READ MORE: Fire Damages Bronzeville Home Where Bo Diddley Lived As A Youngster It was not immediately clear if the boy is a student at nearby Simeon High School, but a source said teachers at the school were in a professional development meeting at the time, after students had been dismissed, and were told not to leave the building and to go back to their classrooms. No one was in custody Tuesday afternoon. MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: High...
    Today will be partly to mostly sunny with perhaps a stray shower or two. It won’t be quite as warm with highs in the upper 70s. (Credit: CBS2) With the exception of a shower to our north, it looks like tonight will remain pretty quiet. Expect temps to fall to around 70… 60s across our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be warmer and humid with a 30% chance of t’storms in the afternoon… better chance late in the afternoon and evening. And once again, there’s the potential for isolated severe storms; the best chance will be N&W of the city. Otherwise, expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 80s and feels like temps in the upper 80s to near 90. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will remain a little unsettled with sct’d showers around the area. It will be a little cooler, too, with highs only in the 70s.
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Summerlike warmth continues with a few afternoon storms. Tuesday’s temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s. READ MORE: Neighbors Say Racial And Gang Tensions Are Fueling Violence In West Pullman, And Ald. Anthony Beale Has A Plan For Police To Step In Spotty thunderstorms are possible later in the day with gusty winds and brief downpours. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Storm Threat Tuesday Afternoon Wednesday’s temperatures will be in the upper 70s. MORE NEWS: Residents Rally And Call On Ald. James Gardiner To Resign Amid Multiple Claims Of Abuse Of Power Temperatures heat up by Thursday and into the weekend.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It was a warm and dry start across South Florida with temperatures in the upper 70s. Highs will climb to the low 90s in the afternoon and it will feel like the upper 90s and 100s when you factor in high humidity. READ MORE: One Injured In Shooting Outside Lauderhill Convenience Store Some showers will be possible across the Keys late morning. For Miami-Dade and Broward, storms will develop in the early afternoon, some with the potential for heavy downpours in spots. READ MORE: Experts Trying To Pinpoint Cause Of Latest Fish Kill In Biscayne Bay Tuesday night will be quiet overnight with warm, humid lows in the upper 70s. Tuesday and Wednesday the pattern continues with sun to start and storms in the afternoon. Highs will remain in the low 90s. MORE NEWS: Landlord Of Broward Apartment Complex Issues COVID Vaccine Mandate Later this week and this upcoming weekend our winds will shift. With an ocean breeze in place, spotty showers will be possible with highs near 90 degrees on Saturday and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s a gloomy start to the holiday weekend, but conditions will imrpove. Saturday will be cloudy in the evening with a few sprinkles possible but then clearing toward dawn. Low temperatures will be around 60 degrees. READ MORE: Man Armed With Box Cutters Steals Nike Shoes From Blue Line Passenger Sunday will be sunny and seasonal with high temperatures near 80. High pressure will deliver the sunshine. There will be choppy conditions on lake Michigan. There are no advisories for Chicago yet, but some could arise by Sunday. READ MORE: Lawndale Shooting Wounds Five, Gunman Flees In Black Nissan Another front will cross the area Sunday night but should amount to nothing more than clouds. MORE NEWS: Armed Carjacker Gets Away With Vehicle In Broad Daylight In West Town On Monday sunshine will return, and it will be a degree or two cooler with a lake breeze keeping it in the 70s along the lake and 80s inland. Tuesday there is a chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms as a front passes the area. Some of the storms...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm will be remembered during a public memorial and celebration of life event on Tuesday afternoon. The 85-year-old died Coloradan died late last month of complications from a pulmonary embolism. Gov. Jared Polis ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff on all public buildings across Colorado on Tuesday to mark the former governor’s passing, and declared Aug. 31 Governor Richard Lamm Day. The public memorial is set for 3:30 p.m. at the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. All are welcome in-person, but there will also be a live stream people can watch CBSN Denver. Lamm served three terms as a Democratic governor of the state, from from 1975 to 1987. He most noteably opposed Colorado being the host of the 1976 Winter Olympics after it had already been awarded to Denver. Lamm said the games would cause environmental damage and cost too much. The Games wound up being relocated to Innsbruck, Austria.
    Today will be partly sunny, warm and slightly less humid with just a stray shower. Expect highs in the low to mid 80s. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight will start off quiet, then we’ll see a chance of showers overnight with the best chance around the city and west. Temps will fall into the 70s/60s. (Credit: CBS2) Then we’ll watch the remnants of Ida push through tomorrow into Thursday. At this point we’re expecting light to moderate showers/rain to develop during the day tomorrow; the heaviest rain pushes through tomorrow night into Thursday morning; then the rain tapers off midday into the afternoon. (Credit: CBS2) As far as rainfall goes, current estimates are 2-6″. That said, the National Weather Service has issued flash flood watches for the entire area for tomorrow morning through early Thursday afternoon.
    It’s all about Ida this week: The remnants of the former major hurricane will drift across the D.C. region from Tuesday through Thursday after its devastating landfall in Louisiana, bringing with it gusty winds and a risk of widespread flooding. The National Weather Service has posted a Flash Flood Watch for Central and Northern Maryland, Northern Virginia and the District from late Tuesday night until Wednesday night. A weakening Ida is poised to dump between 3 and 5 inches on a capital region already waterlogged from recent thunderstorms; even greater totals are possible north and west of D.C. and Baltimore. “Today and tomorrow will be a good opportunity to ensure that all gutters and storm drains are clear of debris. Wednesday will be the worst of it in the D.C. metro,” Storm Team4 meteorologist Chuck Bell said. “Plan to work from home if possible and, if you had travel plans, consider changing them to avoid being out in the worst of the storm.” Listen to WTOP online and on the radio at 103.5 FM or 107.7 FM. Current traffic...
    LINCOLN SQUARE — A man was hospitalized after being shot in the arm Tuesday afternoon in North Center. Around 2 p.m. the man was driving north in the 4200 block of North Western Avenue when another vehicle pulled alongside and opened fire on the driver, police said.  One of the gunshots hit the driver in the upper arm, and he was taken to Swedish Hospital, 5140 N. California Ave., where he was last reported in good condition.  Area three detectives are still investigating.   This is a developing story that will be updated. Subscribe to Block Club Chicago. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods. Already subscribe? Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation.
    Birthday girl Kacey Musgraves: See her best fashion ever The Least Expensive Zip Code in Every State © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Buccaneers had until Tuesday afternoon to cut five players and get down to an 80-man roster, but they decided not to drag the process out any longer than necessary. The team announced this round of cuts on Sunday afternoon. Linebacker Quinton Bell, safety Nate Brooks, running back Troymaine Pope, wide receiver T.J. Simmons, and safety Lawrence White were placed on waivers. Pope was dropped with an injury designation, so he will revert to injured reserve if unclaimed. He did not play in the team’s second preseason game after carrying the ball once in the opener. He has 37 carries for 140 yards and 11 catches for 61 yards in 24 career games with the Chargers, Jets, and Seahawks. The other four players all appeared in both preseason games. Once Tuesday afternoon’s deadline passes, all 32 NFL teams will have a week to set their initial 53-man...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A few showers and storms are moving through the region this Friday morning. Most of the rain is south of Philadelphia as Central and Southern Delaware is under a flash flood watch until 2 p.m. Friday will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies with a few scattered afternoon thunderstorms. READ MORE: Man Killed, 4 Others Injured In Drive-By Shooting Outside Barbershop In Germantown Storm chances continue over the weekend. While no severe weather is expected at this time, due to the high moisture content of the atmosphere, heavy rain could be possible so our flash flooding threat will be elevated throughout the weekend, especially on Saturday.  Temperatures over the weekend should peak in the middle 80s on both days. The storm chances will diminish heading into the start of the coming work week, but temperatures will be on the rise.  READ MORE: 11-Month-Old Girl Shot In Head In Accidental Shooting In Chester, Police Say An isolated storm isn’t ruled out on Monday but we should remain generally dry. Tuesday looks to be a sunny...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A shooting in Highlandtown this afternoon left a teenager dead. Officers were called to East Baltimore Street at North Highland Avenue where they found a 15-year-old male teenager suffering from a gunshot wound. READ MORE: 54-Year-Old Man Shot In Southwest Baltimore, Police Say “We heard gunshots in the back from the house.” Neighbors said they heard the sound of gunshots and rushed their kids inside before looking outside their window to see what was happening. “They looked like they were arguing, but we seen three guys and they run away.” Across the street, sounds of commotion Brought Kewal Singh out of his bar and into the sidewalk only to find a teenager lying on the ground. “He was lying over there in the next year and he was bleeding,” said Kewal Singh. Police said the 15-year-old was transported to an area hospital where he later died. “I can see the blood over here you can see the blood spots,” said Singh. READ MORE: I Think Afghans Deserve To Live In Peace Area Doctor Born In Afghanistan Weighs...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – We’re kicking off the new week with a more typical summer pattern in South Florida. The bulk of the moisture associated with Tropical Storm Fred is moving over the Panhandle. Fred will make landfall near Panama City, or just west of there, Monday afternoon. READ MORE: Tropical Depression Grace Approaching Dominican Republic, Fred Takes Aim At Panhandle Here at home, in South Florida, a southeast wind will help to steer the sea breeze towards the inland areas. So isolated showers or storms are expected to develop over the western cities and the Everglades. That southeast breeze will run between 10 to 15 mph throughout Monday. More sunshine has returned to our area and so a hotter day is in store with high temperatures topping 90° and heat indices near the triple-digits during Monday afternoon. READ MORE: Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho To Meet With Medical Task Force Before Making Mask Decision More moisture returns as soon as Tuesday and this will make the day a little wetter with a few morning showers and afternoon...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A man shot himself in the leg Tuesday afternoon in Millennium Park downtown, police said. It happened around 2:40 p.m. near Michigan Avenue and Madison Street. Police said a 30-year-old man suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the leg. The man was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in good condition. No further information was immediately available Tuesday afternoon.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — While smoke and haze from Canadian wildfires will still linger over Minnesota Tuesday, the air quality alert is slated to expire in the afternoon. The National Weather Service says the alert, which covers nearly all of Minnesota, will expire at 3 p.m. Those in sensitive groups, such as people with heart or lung conditions, are advised to limit time outdoors. As of Tuesday morning, the air quality index showed moderate conditions in the Twin Cities and slightly worse conditions in north-central Minnesota. Meteorologist Riley O’Connor says the haze will start to thin by Tuesday evening. Through the day, skies will be sunny and temperatures will climb into the mid-80s. The wildfire haze has hung over Minnesota since last week. Over the weekend, conditions fell to levels considered dangerous for healthy people. More than 100 wildfires are burning in northwest Ontario, which is directly north of Minnesota.   More On WCCO.com: COVID Surge Has MN Institutions, Including The State Fair, Taking Note: ‘Everything…Is Still On The Table’ St. Paul Woman Charged...
    By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer We’re staying dry today with temps comparable to yesterday, in the upper 70s to around 80. The humidity is also staying low, making for a comfortable afternoon. The one change will be in the sky, with some filtered sun early giving way to more cloud cover through the day. READ MORE: Exclusive: Cellphone Video Shows NYPD Sergeant Throw Man To Ground During Violent Arrest On Lower East Side (Credit: CBS2) It’s quiet again tonight under mostly cloudy skies. Lows will be in the 60s around the city and 50s in the NW suburbs. READ MORE: New York City Councilmember Baffled By Mayors Hesitance To Mandate Masks As Delta Variant Spreads (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 70s. Much of the day is now looking dry, although a few showers can’t be ruled out. Inland locations have the best bet at staying dry, while the coast and Long Island may see some steadier batches of showers moving through as a low passes just offshore. The best chance looks to...
    ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Authorities in Greece closed the Acropolis and other ancient sites during afternoon hours starting Tuesday as a heat wave scorching the eastern Mediterranean worsened. Temperatures reached 42 degrees Celsius (107.6 Fahrenheit) in parts of the Greek capital, as the extreme weather fueled deadly wildfires in Turkey and blazes in Greece, Italy and across the region. Greek authorities have described the heat wave as the most intense in more than 30 years. The Acropolis, which is normally open in the summer from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., will have reduced hours through Friday, closing from midday to 5 p.m. The Greek Fire Service maintained an alert for most of the country Tuesday, while public and some private services shifted operating hours to allow for afternoon closures. ___ Follow all AP stories on climate change issues at https://apnews.com/hub/Climate. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Gusty winds coupled with high temperatures will bring about dangerous wildfire conditions across the Southland Monday through Thursday. The Hungry Fire burns in Gorman, Calif. July 31, 2021. (CBSLA) Temperatures are expected to hit triple-digits Monday. Gusty southwest to northwest winds, combined with low humidity and high temperatures will make conditions ripe for wildfires, the National Weather Service reports. READ MORE: Coyote Spotted In Hollywood Hills Two small fires broke out over the weekend. The Hungry Fire broke out Saturday afternoon and has burned 340 acres in the Gorman area. Crews had stopped forward progress of the blaze by 6 p.m. Sunday. The fire forced the evacuation of the Hungry Valley State Vehicle Recreation Park. No structures were damaged or destroyed. A brush fire also burned about 27 acres near the MillerCoors brewing plant in Irwindale Sunday afternoon. That fire was fully contained. There were no injuries or damage to structures. READ MORE: Simone Biles Plans To Compete In Balance Beam Final In Tokyo The cause of both fires is under investigation. A heat advisory will...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A dog that was inside an SUV stolen Saturday in St. Paul was found dead Tuesday afternoon, according to police. A Subaru Outback was reported stolen Saturday afternoon near Payne and Sims avenues in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. Inside was a German shepherd/husky mix named GoGo. Police say the SUV was found Tuesday, four miles west on the 1000 block of North Ryde Street in the South Como neighborhood. Inside was the deceased dog. Police are investigating, and ask anyone with information to call 651-291-1111.   More On WCCO.com: Mack Motzko, Son Of Gophers Men’s Hockey Coach, Dies In Orono Crash Family Asks For Help To Evacuate Minneapolis Boy, 11, From East African Hospital Small Town Community Steps Up To Help Crews Battle Massive Grain Bin Fire Twin Cities DoorDash Driver Warns Of Scam That Lost Him Hundreds Of Dollars
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — We are heating things up on Tuesday.  Temperatures will soar into the low 90s this afternoon under hazy sunshine. Our best chance of rain and thunderstorms arrives Wednesday afternoon with the passage of a cold front.  Storms look to develop after 2 p.m., while widespread severe weather isn’t likely, a stronger storm could produce damaging wind gusts. READ MORE: Firefighters Rush To Battle House Fire In Whitemarsh Township READ MORE: 1-Year-Old Hospitalized After Being Shot In West Philadelphia Double Shooting, Police Say Thursday will look and feel awesome with sunny skies and atypically low late July humidity. MORE NEWS: Police Investigating Triple Shooting Near Playground In West Philadelphia The pleasant weather continues into Friday and Saturday before another disturbance approaches the region Sunday.
    DENVER (CBS4) – For most of the year, Colorado weather is known for volatility including rapidly changing conditions and frequent temperature swings. The exception is usually the middle of summer. For at least the next seven days, the daily high and low temperature in the Denver metro area should change no more than 5 degrees each day. That is remarkably consistent for the Front Range compared to other times of year. READ MORE: Air Monitoring Program Will Enable Commerce City Residents To Learn About Suncor Energy Emissions (source: CBS) The only expected weather changes this week relate to moisture. A plume of monsoon moisture will stream into southwest Colorado on Monday bringing a good chance for showers and thunderstorms to areas like Telluride, Durango, and Pagosa Springs. (source: CBS) High pressure farther north and east will prevent the moisture from getting any closer to the metro area and therefor completely dry conditions are expected along the urban corridor through Tuesday morning. On Tuesday afternoon, the monsoon moisture will be allowed to creep east and north as high pressed slides southwest...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A rally is expected to take place Wednesday afternoon in Little Havana, just one day after a large group of South Florida demonstrators blocked a stretch of the Palmetto Expressway in support of rare protests in communist Cuba. The rally is scheduled for 3 p.m. near the Versailles Restaurant on SW 8th Street. READ MORE: Cuba Confirms One Man Dead In Anti-Government Protests Roads in the area of SW 8th Street and 36th Avenue will be closed to traffic to accommodate what’s expected to be a large crowd. A stage will be set up in a parking lot across the street from the restaurant for the speakers. Cuban artist Willy Chirino is expected to be there. On Tuesday, demonstrators blocked parts of the Palmetto Expressway in support of Cubans who began protesting the island’s poor economic conditions last weekend. The Cuban protestors took to the streets to lash out at the communist government and protest food shortages and high prices amid the coronavirus pandemic. Dozens of demonstrators began their rally at Coral Way and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A suspect was apprehended Tuesday afternoon after a man was stabbed on a CTA bus near North and Clybourn avenues. At 3 p.m., the 25-year-old man was slashed in the head on the Chicago Transit Authority bus, police said. He had been sitting on the bus when an attacker came up and stabbed him, police said. The suspect was arrested and charges were pending Tuesday afternoon.
    DENVER (CBS4) – Widespread wildfire smoke that was visible across most of Colorado on Monday should decrease Tuesday afternoon. At the same time, the chance for thunderstorms will increase. The worst of the smoke for the Denver metro area on Tuesday should be in the morning. Smoke will remain present in the afternoon, but the concentration of smoke should be less and therefore air quality should be better. READ MORE: Bodycam Images Released: 75-Year-Old Man Tased By Idaho Springs Officer Nicholas Hanning Regardless, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has issued another Air Quality Alert for Denver and the Front Range as well as most of the mountains and much of the Western Slope. (source: CBS) The alert is specifically for high levels of ozone in the metro area through at least 4 p.m. Tuesday and for the thick smoke in the mountains through at least 9 a.m. Wednesday. Either way, sensitive groups including young children, older adults, and anyone with respiratory problems like asthma are discouraged from spending long periods of time outdoors. As the smoke situation gets better...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for parts of the Pittsburgh area as heat and humidity are expected to stir up more storms Wednesday. In our area, the watch covers Armstrong, Fayette, Indiana Somerset and Westmoreland counties. It’ll be in place until 11 p.m. READ MORE: Groups Push Back On Pittsburghs Spending Plans For Federal COVID Relief Funding A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of New York and Pennsylvania until 11 PM EDT pic.twitter.com/ifcJ3srFgk — NWS Pittsburgh (@NWSPittsburgh) July 13, 2021 READ MORE: One Of The Worst Shootings We Had: Multiple People Wounded In Beaver Falls Shooting, Coroner Called To The Scene Tuesday is a rinse and repeat version of Monday with warm, muggy conditions and a chance for isolated showers and storms popping through the afternoon and evening with the heat of the day. Meteorologist Kristin Emery says we’re looking at an isolated chance of severe storms, but any storms that pop could still have some heavy downpours (with so much available moisture in the air) and some...