Ah, so you cannot simply split on whitespace, because one of your columns has whitespace in it. Luckily, the data looks simple enough that we can get around that. For example, try the following (untested) regex:
for ( @wtodays )
$table->addRow($1, $2, $3, $4, $5);
We individually capture each column. You can see that the regex for capturing the fourth column looks different than the others because of the whitespace it will contain. Specifically, instead of grabbing all the word-like characters, we grab all word-like and space-like characters, and then continue on our merry way to capturing the fifth column.
I hope this helps, and I hope you understand the logic behind it.