Listen: Mets, Phillies And Chief Meteorologist discussed on The CBS Evening News
"I'm Tom Kaminsky and the WCBS traffic center live the weather center now chief meteorologist Craig Allen still looking at gusts of forty two almost fifty miles per hour. And that's going to continue for at least the first half of the night. And when I say, it's going to diminish later tonight. I don't mean completely will probably still be dealing with gusts of twenty to thirty through the day. Tomorrow, but the sky will be clearing later tonight. Low thirty eight suburbs to about forty four in the city tomorrow sun giving way to clouds sixty to sixty five tomorrow night, mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower or two and then Wednesday mainly sunny a good portion of the day, high sixty to sixty five unsettled showery weather moves in for the second part of the week right now in the city, fifty one humidity forty six percent and in central park. It's a west wind gusting to thirty six. WJ Barnabus health Mets game night on WCBS RWJ Barnabus health. Let's be healthy together. Visit our W J D H dot org. Time now for our game night expanded sports at the CBS sports radio desk. Here's rich Ackerman. And Kevin and for splitting four in Atlanta. The Mets are just a half game behind the Phillies and the NFL east and they'll get underway in about forty five minutes from now it's dozens Bank park with Noah Syndergaard on the mound. Trying to get the Mets back into the win column. After last night setback. Aaron Nola starts for the Phillies. Yankees have the night off tonight. The nets after their impressive win on Saturday. Meet the Sixers in game two of"