"Brian Ramona. Time now for the eyewitness weather five day forecast. Your CBS three meteorologist Chelsea Ingram. A wintry. Mix will be developing as we head into the afternoon. Some rain may mix him from time to time as well. High temperature forty one degrees and a lot of the area. Under a winter storm warning starting at three pm tonight snow at times with pockets of sleet mixing in a low of thirty two degrees. A few early morning snow showers Monday that's followed by a cold after clearing and a high of thirty eight total snowfall accumulations around four inches in the city four to eight inches or higher north and west and about two to four for areas, south and east mostly sunny, breezy and cold on Tuesday with a high of thirty one we keep the sunshine on Wednesday and Thursday Wednesday looking at higher Brown's twenty seven and thirty three on Thursday afternoon. Turned the overcast at the broadcast center. Thirty nine degrees going up to forty one with winter weather incoming. That brings us to our next story winter isn't through yet. A storm warning has been issued for this afternoon through tomorrow morning, if you plan on using Amtrak better check the rail line, I as we hear from KYW's Kimberly Adams, if you're headed to Pittsburgh New Yorker Harrisburg, keep your smartphone in hand. Amtrak announced it will modify services during the storm and won't return to a full schedule until conditions improve. Once you start to see the first precipitation moving in. That's your Kita on indoors and wrap it up for the day CBS three meteorologist Lauren Casey says this storm will pack a punch of snow rain a wintry mix that could get tricky. If you change over to sleep for a period of thirty minutes an hour, and then later you change over again or you get some rain mixing in a huge impact on your snowfall forecast. Predicts two to four inches of snow in some areas and four to eight inches far north and west of the region travel conditions also apply to driving. She says if you're getting behind the wheel make sure you're up to date with the latest forecast. Kimberly Adams, KYW, NewsRadio two neighborhoods in Philadelphia will be the first get special features too slow traffic in an effort to reduce car crashes and improve pedestrian safety KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports streets in fair hill and around Willard elementary school will get speed cushions and other traffic calming tools with a million dollars from the red light enforcement fund. Philadelphia's vision zero coordinator Charlotte castle says the city received twenty eight completed applications fair hill and Willard were chosen based on three criteria. First and foremost at crash history inside of the proposed slow zones. And then we also looked at vulnerable users children under the age of eighteen people over the age of sixty as well as poverty levels. And then we looked at community places which are places in the community that generate pedestrian activity such as our free, libraries our schools and our health center Lillard had almost a perfect score with high crash rates in a large percentage of children and elderly fair hill was close behind the community. Will decide what to deploy? And where the goal is to get travel speeds on those streets down to twenty miles per hour. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio national figures showed that over twenty million Americans struggle with substance abuse.."