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warning is still in effect at the jersey shore in coastal delaware. new video from overnight shows areas in atlantic county continuing to deal with the high water. we take a live look at cape may. the worst of the rain is out of here although we could see a stray shower today, and you will need a jacket because it will be cool outside. this morning we continue to learn more about the deadly college shooting in oregon, and what the sheriff says about how the gunman died following the massacre. i am ted greenberg and it's 6:00 a.m. on this sunday morning. thank you for being with us. and meteorologist, michelle grossman is in the first alert weather center. we are still dealing with the winds out there. >> yeah, going to be windy once
again. some winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour in some spots this morning, and windy today and breezy on monday and then less on tuesday. we are waking up to more clouds on philadelphia, and another gray day and we will see peeks of sunshine from time to time, and monday is going to be better than today. coastal flood warnings in effect, and that's the dark green in new jersey and delaware until 6:00, and we have concerns for road flooding, and beach erosion. keep that in mind, high tide around 2:00 p.m., and later this afternoon, the light green is your flood advisory and that's until midnight. winds are around 15 miles per hour in some spots and 18 miles per hour in philadelphia, and dover, 22 miles per hour, and gusting higher than that in some spots especially along the coast we are seeing winds gusting up to 32 miles per hour, and atlantic city up to 28 miles per
hour, and we're going to see that once again today. it's a cool start, 44 in mt. pocono and 57 in philadelphia and 57 in millville and 58 in atlantic city. we will keep the jacket in place today, and millville 61 to 64, and topping out at 63 in philadelphia. warmer on pb phmonday and we'll more about that coming up. coastal flooding, and people are trying to cope with the damage that has been done in the past few days. moniq monique braxton is live. >> there was a high tide overnight and another one is expected sometime today. look at the video we captured on videotape. this house collapsed late friday night and a high tide lifted its off its foundation. and it was in middletown ship,
cape may county yesterday morning. fortunately nobody was hurt. one neighbor here said debris from that house hit the plumbing under her home. inside it was dry yesterday, but the homeowner anticipates water. >> i am the fourth generation down here, so i am used to this. it's kind of -- i don't have rugs, i roll them up so they don't get wet every year. >> water pushed through yesterday and some of the boards started coming up and that dock was put in after the original washed away during hurricane sandy. again, a coastal flood warning still in effect for the jersey shore until 6:00 tonight. we're going to keep an eye on it. moniq monique braxton, nbc 10 news.
despite the days of rain, today's aaa 400 nascar sprint race is still scheduled to happen this afternoon. crews worked to dry the track at the speedway yesterday, and once that was done the drivers had a shortened practice session to get ready for today. and then tributes will continue for jeff gordon. the superstar is retiring after this season, and he is sponsored by dupont, which is based in delaware. the speed way will mark his number, 24, when today's race hits lap 24. jeff gordon has four sprint cup titles and 92 career victories. while the east coast was spared a direct hit from
hurricane joaquin, some areas still saw record-setting rain, and wide areas of charleston, south carolina, were underwater overnight and some residents forced out of their homes and president obama ordered federal aid to help local and state authorities. after stopping for the night, the coast guard will resume its search for a cargo ship. it was headed from florida to puerto rico when it lost power and communications as joaquin battered the bahamas. more than two dozen americans were part of the crew. we will keep you up-to-date on changing weather conditions on air and online. download our news app for weather in your neighborhood. and we are learning more about the deadly college student in oregon, and the sheriff that says the gunman that killed nine people killed himself as
officers arrived. a timeline of the shooting shows police arrived at the scene six minutes after the first 911 call, and they exchanged gunfire with christopher harper mercer, and the sheriff showed his emotions as he talked about the victims. >> please know that we consider your loved ones to be our heroes. they will never be forgotten. >> the family of the gunman released a statement, saying they are shocked and saddened by the shootings. and then a husband and wife killed in an apparent murder/suicide. a 67-year-old man called 911 to report a shooting, and when police got there the man and his 72-year-old wife were rushed to local hospitals where they were
both pronounced dead. police are looking for a killer of a philadelphia delivery man. manuel andre day died yesterday morning. police tell us he was shot during an attempted robbery friday night on master street in north philadelphia. investigators say it happened while he was walking home from a bus stop. they say after being wounded, the victim crawled to his house. we spoke with his widow and daughter. >> he always takes his bicycle home and to work, and this time he took the bus. >> homicide detectives tell us they are checking surveillance cameras and are also talking with people who live between the bus stop and the victim's home in north philadelphia. 6:07 now. a gas explosion takes a life and injured three other people in new york city. why investigators say a kitchen
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welcome back on this sunday morning. meteorologist, michelle grossman. improving weather today and we still have coastal flooding concerns, and otherwise we are looking at a dry and windy day. let's look outdoors because we are looking at cloudy skies this morning, and we had gray skies friday and saturday and once again today, before we start to improve that on monday. we are seeing winds, and i am sure you can hear the winds outside right now. we are seeing them gusting
higher, up to 32 miles per hour in atlantic city, and we could see these winds gusting at 31 miles per hour in mt. pocono. we are waking up five degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday, so that puts us five degrees cooler. just 44 degrees in mt. pocono, and 57 in millville and 58 in atlantic city. 55 by lunchtime, and by 4:00, 61. we will talk about improving conditions for your 7-day straight ahead. happening today, young chefs from all overt country will compete in the forbes under 30 food festival in philadelphia. the event begins at 6:00 p.m. in kimmel center in center city. also today, the craft fair
is happening across from the liberty bell in old city, and the event is free, rain or shine, and starts at 10:00 this morning. you might run into traffic delays. a suicide prevention and awareness 5k runs from 6:00 this morning until 2:00 this afternoon, and there's a pair of parades along the ben franklin parkway. still ahead this morning, a close call. you will hear from the woman that says she is lucky to be alive after a tree fell on to her car while she was driving.
we have been showing you these scenes of flooding at the jersey shore followed by days of persistent winds. the other parts of the country are dealing with problems from severe weather as well. nbc's dave wagner tells us about the affects across a half dozen states. >> surf's up across the east coast as strong winds and heavy rain pound the shoreline, and in south carolina, homes and cars are already submerged as the carolinas brace for even more rain. >> please don't estimate the power of water. >> meteorologists describe this a once in 200 years rain event. >> our goal is constantly to be
over prepared and under whelmed. >> some parts of the carolinas are overwhelmed with a foot of rain and power outages. >> yeah, this is going to affect everybody in the carolinas. >> ronald martin's granddaughter was outside when a tree fell outside his home. >> i heard it fall and i thought it hit her. this can be replaced, but she can't. >> more rain and more problems still to come. dave wagner, nbc news. a washington, d.c. woman says she is lucky to be alive after a tree fell on her car when she was driving. she was driving home on thursday when the tree started to fall, and she was forced to make a decision as to hit the brakes or
gas, and she accelerated causing the tree to crash in the back of her car and the tree brought down power lines. >> emt came and it was surreal, and you see the tree coming and it was like it was in slow motion although it happened quickly. >> the woman was not injured but her car is a total loss. and hungary is urging other nations on the continent to control the flow of refugees across their borders, and without stemming the migration europe could be destabilized for a long time. you are looking at the latest group of migrants to survive the journey from turkey to the islands of greece, and dozens of refugees arrived in two small boats on friday night, and volunteers helped passengers.
and the coast guard rescued dozens of migrants at sea, including a disabled woman. and then pointing to a gas stove that killed a woman. a high-end stove was being disconnected from a gas line when the explosion happened. the explosion sent debris fly into the street which injured three people who were walking nearby. >> we believe it originated on the second floor. we have some indication that there was a stove exchange with a tenant, so that's what we believe was involved. again, all preliminary -- >> those three people who were injured are all expected to survive, and authorities say the woman killed was the only person in that building at the time of the blast. good sunday morning. i am meteorologist, michelle grossman. we are looking for flooding
concerns today, but for the most partly cloudy skies. we're looking at improving conditions so today was better than yesterday and by tuesday we are looking at nice weather. the latest on joaquin, a category 3 storm right now, and 57 degrees in philadelphia, and a cool start to the day and will be a cool evened as well, around 63 degrees later this afternoon, and windy, the winds are still in place going northeast at 18 miles per hour. we will be warmer compared to yesterday but well below normal for this time of year. coastal flooding in the dark green, and delaware, high tide is later on this afternoon, around 2:00, and we could see additional flooding and property damage, and we have a coastal flood advisory and that's in the light green and that's until midnight tonight.
low-lying roadways that are prone to flooding may see that once again. we are looking at clouds outside and clouds all throughout the day, and may see peeks of sunshine from time to time, and mainly dry throughout the day, and you can see that on radar, and we may see a sprinkle, a stray shower and that would be about it. winds out of the northeast, we are seeing the gusty winds once again, and windy today, and breezy on monday. gusting higher, and we are seeing winds up to 32 miles per hour in atlantic city and we could see winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour in some spots, especially along the beaches, and 31-mile-per-hour wind gusts in the poconos. we will see the winds continuing through later tonight. temperatures are cold in mt. pocono at 44, and 51 in allentown and 51 in
philadelphia, and cool today b. ten degrees below normal for this time of year as we end our sunday. the latest on hurricane joaquin at 120 miles per hour, and moving to the northeast at 20 miles per hour, and we are seeing it move towards bermuda, so we obviously have a hurricane warning for bermuda and we will see the winds later this afternoon, the conditions deteriorating there this afternoon. windy and cool, 61 to 64, mostly cloudy skies. a gray-looking day, and we may see peeks of sunshine, but clouds will be the rule today. partly sunny and breezy, 66 on monday, and tuesday, that's the day to watch, mostly sunny skies and a nice day, and we will lose the winds at that point, and wednesday and thursday looking good as well, and friday giving way to clouds, and then on saturday a chance of showers and
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advisory remains in effect. michelle will be back with more on the forecast in a few minutes. and we are hearing stories of those that came face-to-face with the shooter and survived. siblings are only two years apart and both attend that college in roseburg, oregon. in the commotion of last week's shooting, cory became the first person to learn his sister had been shot. here is nbc's natalie morales. >> i don't know how to explain the sound of somebody's voice when they think they are going to die. >> reporter: cory was desperately trying to reach his sister from his classroom, just 500 yards away. when he finally got through on her cell phone. >> she was bawling her eyes out and she said i have been shot, can't feel my legs. i was trying hard to keep it together for her. >> ana had been shot in the back and cory says she remembers
every frightening moment. >> she said god was trying to tell her to stay calm and still and don't do anything. the gunman came walking up to her and said, girl in the black, you know, girl with the blond hair, stand up, and she stayed still. >> so she was playing dead -- >> exactly. the wherewithal and the presence and the calm it took to not lose it in a situation like that, she's so brave and strong and courageous, and she did exactly what she had to do. i don't know how many people could have done that and i don't know if i could have done that. >> his sister was blessed. the bullet to her spine narrowly missed critical nerves and her lungs, and cory raced to her side in the hospital. >> the first thing my sister did when a surgeon came in to ask her to explain the surgery, and she looked at him and said i just want one thing from you, i want the bullet from my gunshot
wound and she started laughing, and she's an amazing person and i love her with all of my heart and i am proud of her and she is my hero. >> ana's doctor say she should make a full recovery, one family's remarkable story giving hope in this community's time of need. natalie morales, nbc news. 6:27 now. still ahead this morning, the jersey shore and delaware beaches continue to deal with coastal flooding, and monique braxton is keeping track of the situation. >> for that reason, coastal flood warnings have been issued until 6:00 tonight and after the break we are going to show you incredible video. we will talk more about the coastal flood warning, and winds gusting up near 35 miles per hour, so a windy day and a cool day, and here's a live look outside. we're looking at lots of clouds and clouds will be the rule today bit we will keep it mainly dry and we will talk more about today's weather right after the
this morning on nbc "nbc10 news today," the flood-soaked jersey shore is recovering from scenes of devastation like this, but still the danger of more high water along the coast today. here's a live look outside at the philadelphia skyline and weather conditions will continue to improve today, but it will be cool and we could see a stray shower around. we have word this local civil rights leader is battling serious health concerns, and according to reports the former head of the naacp is in the hospital. let's get to the forecast
with meteorologist, michelle grossman, in the weather center. the shore is not catching a break today from the flooding, and four straight days now. >> yeah, and we are going to look at a high tide later this afternoon, around 2:00 for additional flooding and additional beach erosion and property damage, and coastal flood warning in effect until 6:00 tonight for the delaware beaches, and we are waking up to wind and cool temperatures and we are waking up to the coastal flood warning still in effect until 6:00 p.m. you can see in the dark green shading along new jersey and delaware and a coastal flood advisory inland and that's for the low-lying roadways and that could see additional flooding as well. winds anywhere from 10 to 20 miles per hour, and 14-mile-per-hour in allentown, and so a cool start to the day, a windy start. winds are gusting higher than that up to 30 miles per hour in mt. pocono.
we can see winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour, and that's going to lead to the potential for flooding this afternoon. cold in mt. pocono, 51. 57 in philadelphia, and 58 in atlantic city. we are talking about a cool day today, and we are going to see better conditions during your 7-day. nice day by tuesday and we'll talk about that coming up. shore communities bracing for another day of flooding. our cameras found this back bay home in the grassy sound channel in middletown ship, that's in cape may county near wildwood yesterday. the house collapsed near friday night and the strong high tide and the persistent northeast winds lifted it off its foundation, and fortunately nobody was hurt. let's go to monique braxton who is live in the operation center. >> we may not need the umbrellas, but sounds like the rain boots are needed.
look at this incredible video that we captured for you from atlantic city this morning. you can see the waters that remains on the roads, and atlantic city police tell us the pike opened about 4:00 this morning. and ventnor, the waters slowly receded in atlantic city last night and a quick cleanup here on arizona avenue, and down in wildwood, intersections consumed with two feet of water. humvees patrolling the flooded neighborhoods to offer assistance there, and that was the only way to get around. other people had to resort to paddling as we see here, as well as swimming. >> water is everywhere. >> yeah? >> yeah. >> so you took the kayak out?
>> yeah. >> what has been it been like kayaking down your neighborhood? >> fun, everybody is taking pictures. >> i have never seen it this bad. >> the scattered shower outages throughout the state and there could be more in store today. folks we talked to are concerned about the daytime tide this afternoon as well, and in the digital operation center, monique braxton. hurricane joaquin is still out at sea and the storm has been causing problems. virginia beach where coastal flooding remains a threat for residents during high tide, and waves as high as seven feet are currently slamming the beach and further off the coast the storm is producing monster swells of about 16 feet. officials say there has been minimal damage to the resort town, and they do report flooding along some road closures and wind gusts reached
up to 45 miles per hour yesterday. new this morning, local civil rights leader is in critical condition at thomas jefferson university hospital, the former head of the philadelphia naacp is 65 years old, and the philadelphia enquirer reports a he suffered a brain aneurism during kidney dialysis. and then video lead police to a teenager. you can see the 14-year-old suspect trying to cover his face as he heads to the atm. police say he is using a stolen credit card to with draw money, and the investigators tell us it was one of 15 armed robberies between late august and september and most of the
victims were women. >> we always get a few of them every term, but this, it was like a few nights in a row we were getting them, and i was like, something is really going on. >> i got alerts on my phone, where the armed robberies were happening. >> on friday the officers spotted the teen allegedly seen on the video and arrested him. we are learning more about the mass shooting in roseburg, oregon, where a gunman killed nine people on the campus of a community college. the gunman's father said he had no idea his son has guns in his position. the student gunman took nine lives and then his own following a shoot-out with police. 16-year-old fitzgerald said she was shot in the back but she survived by playing dead. >> she is having tough times and heal something going to be slow. >> the community gathered last night to pray for the wounded and remember those that lost their lives.
it's about 6:37. happening today the three-day walk to raise funds for breast cancer research wraps up in south philadelphia. yesterday neighbors cheered on breast cancer survivors and supporters as they walked through lower marion township. it was day two of the susan g. komen event. it ends this afternoon at the philadelphia navy yard. if you had a couple of the teachers or somebody with guns in that room, you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> emotionally charged commentary from donald trump about the oregon college shooting, and more of what he told a tennessee audience coming up. hey, bartender, keep them coming. >> "saturday night live" kicks
welcome back on this sunday morning. i am meteorologist, michelle grossman. we are going to see clouds being the rule once again today, and the wind still in place but we are waking up dry, and still have coastal flooding concerns and we'll talk more about that. a look at lincoln financial field. the eagles are not there today, but they are in maryland. it's going to be a cloudy day there, and if you are headed to the game there you want to dress warmly. we will see temperatures in the low 60s. otherwise we are all dry on radar, and that's good news.
no active rain falling right now, and we are seeing temperatures cold in some spots, and 51 in allentown, and 51 in lancaster and 57 in philadelphia, and a cool start to the day. we're going to see a cool finish as well, and not quite as cool as yesterday but still in the low 60s by this afternoon. by 8:00, 55, and by lunchtime windy and 59, and 4:00, mostly cloudy skies, 61. so improving conditions today, and more improvement during your workweek and we'll talk more about that coming up. former teen idol david cassidy is charged with leaving the scene of a crash. he sideswiped a truck and tried to cover his license plate before driving away. witnesses identified cassidy as the driver in a photo lineup. his lawyer says cassidy gave police his driver's license and registration before leaving the scene. a hearing is scheduled at the end of the month. still ahead in sports, we
will get you ready for the eagles and redskins match-up today. the phillies clinched something last night and did something they have not done in 46 years, and details on that. james franklin doesn't exactly like being questioned about the quality of penn state's win. we'll hear from him when we come right back. here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso. here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or less per serving without giving up rich flavor do what we do...make it progresso.
gay community. and donald trump addressed gun control to a standing-room only meeting yesterday. he talked about fixing the mental health statement before making a statement on the recent mass shooting in oregon. >> by the way, it was a gun-free zone. i will tell you if you had a couple of the teachers or somebody with guns in that room, you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> he spoke on his personal gun owner ship in what many are calling his most extensive comments on firearms since launching his campaign. car leahr >> a widow lived in atlantic city, new jersey, and her thousands was taken away from her by the combination of trump
casinos and the local government, and this is an abuse of power. >> she took part in a forum with fellow gop candidate, ted cruz. hillary clinton helped "saturday night live" launch its new season. clinton played value the bartender that struck up a conversation with hillary clinton. >> i am just so bummed. everybody wants to talk about donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one like, oh, you are all losers. do you think he will win the primaries? >> he must. i want to be the one to take him down. >> savannah guthrie will sit down with the real hillary clinton for an exclusive interview on the "today" show tomorrow morning at 7:00 right
here on nbc 10. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> good sunday morning. meteorologist, michelle grossman. we are waking up to dry conditions across the area, and we have coastal flooding concerns. we will talk more about that, but the good news, radar is dry and clouds are in place, and it will be a cool day once again. weather is improving compared to friday and saturday. coastal flooding still a concern later this afternoon but we are getting better in terms of the weather, getting better every day, and by tuesday we are looking at spectacular weather. and joaquin, in the atlantic right now. right now in philadelphia, 57 and a cool start to the day, and winds out of the northeast at 18 miles per hour. there's your coastal flooding in the dark green in the coast of new jersey and delaware with high tide around 2:00 p.m., and we could see additional beach erosion and property damage and flooding, so keep that in mind
if you are living in those spots. a coastal flood advisory in the light green until midnight tonight. we're looking outside and we are looking at lots of clouds outside again, a gray day at the beaches and we're going to kaept clouds in place for the most part, and we are going to keep it dry. we may see a sprinkle throughout the day, a stray shower and that would be about it, and the coastal flooding would be the problem later this afternoon. we're all dry on radar, and mainly dry throughout the day. the easterly flow, the winds still in place helping to push the water onshore, so right around 12 miles per hour in lancaster, and 22-mile-per-hour in millville, and gusting higher than that and we are seeing winds gusting up to 22 miles per hour in millville and up to 30 miles per hour in atlantic city, and we may see the winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour later this afternoon. cold spots, the poconos, 44 degrees. just 57 in philadelphia. 58 in dover and 58 in atlantic
city. temperatures not going that far from here. we'll probably top out around 63 later this afternoon, so temperatures steady throughout the afternoon and another cool day. here's the latest on hurricane joaquin. still moving out to sea, but still going to affect bermuda later on today, and category 3 storm, and it's moving pretty quickly at 20 miles per hour towards the northeast and towards bermuda, so a hurricane warning is up for the island of bermuda. today, 61 to 64, windy and cool, and may see a sprinkle, a stray shower in spots. monday, breezy and partly sunny, and tuesday, a nice day, mostly sunny and nice, 72, and 71 is normal for this time of year so we will be around there on tuesday, and wednesday, lots of sunshine and 74, and then by thursday we are looking at temperatures dropping back to near normal 70, and friday increasing clouds throughout the afternoon, and then cool on
saturday, partly sunny and breezy and 69. oh, it's eagles-redskins game day. the birds won six of the nine trips down to washington. the birds' defense have been the best in the nfl against the run and it's going to be a good test against the redskins running game, and malcolm jenkins tells me he wants the defense to be something feared. >> i want people to respect our defense. when you turn on the tape, i want it to be fear in peoples' hearts that they have to deal with our defense and we are going to take the ball away and stop the run. >> you can watch "eagles game day" kickoff at 10:00. and the nittany lions, they were
without their best running back, barkley and lynch. in the third quarter, 33-yard touchdown, and penn state up, and they seem to be pulling away but it's not a sure thing. shore for army breaking free, and penn state is up just six now, but they hold on 20-14 with a big sack right here, so the nittany lions are 4-1, and james franklin not happy that some were questioning the quality of this win. >> i'm going to come in here every single week and be positive, even if it kills you guys and you want me to be negative. i love our players. i love our school. i love our colors. i love penn state. love happy valley. love the community. do we need to get better? yes. but you guys can ask me every question in the book and try to get me to be negative and i'm
not going to do it. point spreads and all those things, i don't even understand them. i lost $20 in atlantic city when i was, like, i don't know, 24 years after college and i almost threw up, and that was the last time i gambled. >> not a betting man. how about the phillies? they will have the number one pick in the baseball draft next year because the reds won last night. the phillies lost both games yesterday. giles trying to nail down the save, but prado hitting one in the corner, and christian yellich, and asaoupba brings home the winning run. game two, carli lloyd from new jersey throwing out the first
pitch. nice. in the second it's yellich again doubling. and in the fourth, hill back in the lineup, and then the phillies lose 5-2. the phillies have lost ni99 gam for the first time in 40 years. max scherzer with another no-hitter last night, and the second in the season for him. scherzer is the first with two no-hitters in a regular season since nolan ryan 22 years ago. here are the three games vying for our high school game of the week for this coming week. mainland versus st. augustine. and coatesville versus west
east. we'll have a wrap-up tonight on "eagles game day final." enjoy your sunday. here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso.
in the world beard and mustache championship in austria. judges are looking at all styles of facial hair. no doubt the eventual champions will win by a weus tur. lots of fun and games in camden to celebrate kroctoberfest. yesterday's gray and windy weather didn't keep families away from some fun at the salvation army kroc core community. the jersey shore and delaware beaches remain under a coastal flood warning with the fourth day of flooding expected. monique braxton is following the situation for us. >> high tide the chief concern and we will take a look at the video after the break. hey, michelle.
high tides around 2:00 later this afternoon, and also very windy and a gray-looking day, and we'll talk more about that and improving weather for your 7-day, and that's all straight ahead. we'll be right back. experiencing the worst flooding since sandy. >> recovering from the pope's visit, how local businesses faired. >> while some city employees say they are not getting the salary they signed on for. count on nbc 10 news.
new this morning, more flooding at the jersey shore. this water forced part of the pike to shut down. no flooding threat away from the shore, though. here's a live look at center city. we won't get out of the 60s today and we could see a stray shower. good morning, everybody. welcome to nbc "nbc10 news today." i am ted greenberg. now 7:00 on your sunday morning. thank you so much for being with us. first alert michelle grossman is in the first weather center. the winds are continuing to keep all that water in the back bays of the shore and that's why we have the threat again of flooding. >> you are right. day four and we are going to see the threat especially later this afternoon, right around high tide, 2:00, and threats for