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>> right now prosecutors in paris have identified two more bombers in the terror attacks in paris. we're monitoring the video feeds and getting new information. >> the scene of the tragedy may be thousands of miles from here but the raw emotion is everywhere and very much in this area. ahead, how international students in philadelphia are remembering the victims. >> good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today" on this monday. i'm chris cato. >> i'm tracy davidson. we'll update you with the latest in a moment. first, let's show you what it looks like outside waking up to cool conditions across the region. warmer air is ahead this afternoon. 46 degrees in philadelphia. but today expect temperatures in
the mid-60s. let's get you updated with meteorologist bill henley. >> tracy, a little bit of a chill to start with but it won't last. today will be a beautiful day. a little breezy this morning in areas. it's a 10-mile-an-hour wind in philadelphia where it's now calm in pottstown and reading. temperatures are falling, look at the 30s for allentown at 38 degrees, while trenton is 50 degrees right now. we'll see bright sunshine, so a fast warm-up across the board. everybody will see it today from the 40s at 6:00, to low 50s at 9:00 and by lunch time plenty of sunshine and 62 degrees. and still climbing at that hour. we'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back in ten minutesment jessica boyington has first alert traffic. >> we're watching things in bellmawr, new jersey where there is an overturned tractor-trailer on the ramp from 42 northbound to 295 northbound with all lanes currentlying detoured to 76 here in jersey. so your best bet you can take the black horse pike to get
there, no traffic around the surrounding back roads. as you can see no backup on the 42 freeway here, 42 northbound from 55 to the walt whitman bridge. five minutes, no problems headed to philadelphia and the surrounding area bridges. when i come back another check on drive time and traffic for the early morning drive. 4:32. right now french police identified two more attackers from friday's deadly attacks. >> we've learned that police raided about 150 different locations overnight, nbc 10's matt delucia, you got new information. >> we got this in a few minutes ago. prosecutors say that one suicide bomber who blew himself up in the music hall on friday was a 28-year-old frenchman charged in a terrorism investigation in 2012. he had been placed under judicial supervision but dropped off the radar and then he was the subject of an international arrest warrant. another suicide bomber, this one
blew himself up outside the soccer stadium, he was found with a syrian passport with the name amad almohammed. the prosecutors office says finger prints match those of someone who passed through greece in october. new information, the french prime minister says there have been over 150 police raids overnight in france. france launched massive air strikes on a jihadi training camp and a munitions dump. all of this happening while the city of paris and the world mourns the death of those 129 people. and the memorials continue to grow. people there in the city say that it has been a very difficult weekend and a lot of folks are still on edge, fearing another attack. >> maybe there is somebody with a gun or you just have to see. >> all confused.
very scary. >> another thing now, european stock markets reopened and they have opened a little lower but the sell-off is less than many analysts predicted in the wake of those attacks. in the next half hour i'm looking more into the manhunt for some others involved in this terrorism in paris. i'll have my eye on the new developments, i'm watching the feeds from paris as well. i'll be back throughout the morning. we'll see you again at 5:00. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." in paris and europe we'll keep you posted. the french international school of philadelphia held a stand with paris vigil last night. one third of the students at this school in montgomery county come from french families and the school really just wanted to support those who cannot be in france with their loved ones. >> in one way you would like to be there rather than here. but because we are a school and
we have such an i want national community and french community here is a little bit of france. >> some parents told us they just want to make sure it's not business as usual as soon as the kids return to class. they want their children to have enough time to honor the victims. ♪ >> yesterday the philadelphia orchestra began its conswert a performance of the french national anthem. they also performed a french song as a show of support for people in paris. three students from millersville university were inside the soccer stadium when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the stadium friday night. in minutes from now nbc 10's jim rosenfield has their story as he continues our reports from the terror in paris. >> in other news now, new jersey lawmakers will consider legalizing recreational marijuana at a hearing this morning, a committee will hear testimony from health professionals, law enforcement
officials and clergy members about the prospect of making recreational marijuana legal. governor chris christie said he would block any attempt to legalize it. the state rules are some of the strictest in the country. a missed opportunity. that's the story for the eagles this morning after that one-point loss to the miami dolphins. the birds blew a double digit lead. miami took control in the fourth quarter with a lucky catch in the end zone and then this pick of a mark sanchez pass in the end zone to steal victory for the dolphins. sanchez was filling in for sam bradford who left with a shoulder sprain and concussion. the birds lost 20-19. and the players knew that this was a game they should have won. >> they basically sat back and watched. that's the frustrating part. >> making too many mistakes. you can't do that in this
league. and expect to win games. >> eagles running back ryan mathews also had a concussion. the birds fall to 4-5, still a half game behind the giants because they lost to the patriots. the eagles host tampa bay sunday at 1:00. imagine thanksgiving but without the turkey. >> we don't call that thanksgiving. >> you don't have to imagine. it's not going to happen. >> just ahead we'll tell you why concerns over bird flu may mean that you will pay more to get that turkey on your table this year. >> right now septa's broad street line takes you from north philadelphia to party son avenue. ahead why the final stop could be somewhere else. >> we've got a nice cool start this morning. 46 degrees at 4:37. your first alert forecast just ahead.
20 minutes before 5:00. look at this, skies are clear, a clear view of boathouse row. the temperatures have been dropping. right now 46 degrees in northeast philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze out of the west-southwest at 7 miles an hour. we will see sunshine warm these temperatures up. right now a chill in the air at toms river, 41, 45 in pottstown, and 40s in camden county. haddonfield down to 40. pennsauken is 46 degrees at this hour. voorhees is 45. we'll see bright sunshine and no sign of clouds this morning or this afternoon. it's later in the week we'll see wet weather come into play. today you'll need your sunglasses. stand by for 60s for camelback, bethlehem and pennsburg. look at the shore, gorgeous there too. 66 degrees for ventnor city.
milford a little warmer up to 67 degrees. things turn cooler this weekend. saturday and sunday will be in the 50s and before we get to the weekend, some wind and rain. we'll go through the futurecast in 10 minutes, show you when the rain will arrive. >> it's about 20 minutes till 5:00. let's see how things are on the boulevard. >> jessica boyington is watching that for you. what are you seeing? >> we're seeing a lot of smooth sailing right now. cars moving along on the boulevard here, around 17th street. northbound or southbound we have no problems. everything is moving along. not the same in bellmawr, new jersey. an overturned tractor-trailer to get to 295 northbound. so traffic headed to 295 northbound is diverted to 76. to access 295 you can take the black horse pike, or the white horse pike. we'll have more on these when i come back in the next ten
minutes. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. a police-involved shooting there. a live picture of the scene from our photo journalist on the scene and this is what it looks like. you can see the evidence markers, next to the police cruiser there. police shot the suspect. we know that the suspect was taken to temple hospital. we don't know the person's condition. at this point it's not clear why the police were investigating this suspect. we have seen a knife on the ground. that's a knife. we've seen some rounds, shell casings on the ground. good job by matt pointing those out. katy zachry is on the way to the scene there. she's getting more information on what was happening when police shot the suspect. we'll have more information as soon as katy arrives. college students from our area were in harms way when the terror in paris began on friday
night. >> it didn't seem right when the explosion went off, we could feel the shaking in our seats. it was frightening at first. >> these are students at millersville university and talking to nbc 10's jim rosenfield about what they did after that suicide bomb went off. >> also next, if you consider yourself a good tipper your age may have something to do with it. hear what a new study says about who leebs money no matter the service.
>> there's a lot of information coming out of paris where it's about 10:45 in the morning. in the wake of the deadly terror attacks on friday, about half an hour ago we know two more suicide bombers were identified, one from syria, one from france. the one from france was facing terror charges from 2012. overnight police carried out 150 raids making several arrest, seizing material. also this morning there are a lot of people watching this
european stocks opened lower but not as low as many were predicting. families from this area are really counting blessings as they found out their loved ones survived. >> jim spoke to students from our area caught in the bombing outside the french soccer stadium. >> reporter: so many young lives lost, many others deeply impacted by the terror attacks. for three young american college students from our area studying abroad here, quick thinking at the soccer stadium kept them out of danger. for these three millersville university juniors, it began as a light hearted outing to see france play germany. then the first of two unsettling sounds outside the stadium. >> it just didn't seem right. when the explosion went off like we could feel the shaking in our seats. it was frightening at first. then everyone just seemed to go about the game. >> reporter: they captured this cell phone video of the game continuing on. >> then we about 15, 20 minutes
later we heard a second one. that's when we knew something wasn't right. >> with no announcements and unable to understand french they were unsure what was wrong. at first. >> my family had visited me so they had just gotten back and they started seeing that stuff was happening so they were texting and saw on twitter other stuff was happening. we decided to get out. >> reporter: they made it out before the stadium was locked down passing police and making decisions about how to get back to their apartment in the center of paris. >> we decided not to take the metro in fear they would try and bomb the metro. and we walked an hour and 15 back to the apartment. >> reporter: how glad were you to be home? >> really glad. we got in and we were thankful to be locked up in our apartment. >> reporter: left to contemplate the evil that took dozens of lives here. >> it's confusing how someone can have that much hate in them that they just would want to walk into a public place like that and end so many innocent people's lives.
just because they don't like the way they live. >> parents ask you to come home? >> it was talked about at first. but my parents are starting to understanding that things are fine and all you can do really now is just pray. >> reporter: all three say they will finish the semester here k. the resolve of the french to carry on. jim rosenfield, "nbc 10 news." >> a special mass was set at notre dame cathedral, the famous cathedral was closed to tourists, open to churchgoer wishing to attend services there. ♪ back in philadelphia in center city yesterday parishioners at the basilica of saints peter and paul prayed for all affected by the attacks. the rector there compared the attacks to 9/11. we continue to track developments on the terror in paris. matt delucia will have another report coming up at 5:00 a.m.
from our digital operations center. he is continuing to get new information, a lot going on this morning. you can count on nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for continuing coverage of the terror in paris. about 10 till 5 now. a bunch of weapons missing from an armory in massachusetts is now the focus of an fbi investigation. governor baker says those weapons are linked to a break-in at the armory saturday night. the fbi and other agencies are aware of the situation. fbi officials say there is no indication that the weapons are linked to terrorism. >> some response, resources on scene as well as investigative capability. nothing at this point that would tie this to you know, any specific threat or anything else at this point. >> officials say the armory is in a busy area and is surround bid barbed wire fence. they are not releasing what kind of weapons were stolen. the national weather service will be in northern california today to check out the damage
from this apparent twister. look at this video. it touched down yesterday afternoon and knocked out power for hundreds in the area. some houses damaged. the unusual weather comes at a time that northern california experienced a storm system, a snowstorm for the third consecutive weekend. how about this study. it comes to tipping, a new survey finds that young people are the most generous. >> that's true. even when the service isn't that great. according to a new poll about 2 in 10 surveyed between the ages of 18-24, say they would tip 20% or more overall nearly 40% of those polled said they tip 15% to the wait staff even when service is only okay. 10 minutes benefit 5:00. chilly this morning but we're in for a really nice day today and a quick warm-up. right now clear, no sign of any
clouds in the area. so at this hour it's cooling. 47 degrees in philadelphia. and a little bit of a breeze blowing at the airport. it's at 10 miles an hour. much of the rest of the area seeing little to no wind. you can see the schuylkill like glass this morning. a view from the mellon bank building in center city. sunshine and a nice breeze that's dry air coming in, northwest wind, temperatures will be warming up. the wind won't be all that strong but it's just enough this morning to give us wind chills in the 30s in parts of the area. feels like 33 in allentown, 35 the wind chill in millville. so a chilly start, yes, but bright sunshine and nothing to show you on the radar screen in our area. that changes later in the week. you see the snow in the west, and some rain, this is a storm system that's going to come together, could lead to severe weather later today in texas and into oklahoma. then in the deep south over the next couple days, as that line
of showers by tomorrow morning or wednesday morning is still to our west. it's wednesday afternoon we'll see the clouds take over and then that rain arrives on thursday. for today, though, sunglasses will do it. and a jacket. but look at the temperatures this afternoon. 64 to 67 degrees today. sunny skies and nice and mild. we'll see sunshine tomorrow but it's going to be a chilly morning, 30s and low 40s, and 56 degrees tomorrow afternoon. that's typical for this time of year. atypical again on wednesday, 65, a nice mild day. and wet and windy on thursday as a cold front rolls through. that will drop the temperatures for friday. but also clear out with bright sunshine, 55 degrees on friday, and 50s for the weekend. >> 8 minutes before 5:00 now. let's get you to work on this monday morning, check the vine street expressway. >> jessica boyington battling through a cold to bring us what's happening. you were trying to keep that cold a secret. >> i didn't think it is much after secret with what i sound
like. it's true and i'm here for you right now to tell you good news about the vine street expressway. we don't have that ongoing construction closing it between the schuylkill and broad street so no problems there. it's open right around eighth street, east or westbound no problems right now. as for mass transit we are seeing 11 minute delays for certain trains on the airport line, otherwise new jersey transit, patco and dart are okay. when i come back we'll check in with roads in new jersey where we have an overturned tractor-trailer. i'll check the backups. we continue to follow developments from paris. moments ago we learned the name of the man who police say is the mastermind behind the terror attack. this is new. next in a live report nbc 10's matt delucia will have that for us. keeping a close eye on all of the feeds, the wires, all of the information out of france. also next, a subway expansion? what's happening that could mean a different final stop along septa's broad street line.
happening today as we get closer to the start of winter, philadelphia's fire commissioner is getting the word out about the new carbon monoxide law. this is what it says. every home should have one but now owners of buildings with more than two housing units in the city are required to install and maintain devices. carbon monoxide is often called the invisible killer. it's a poisonous gas that is colorless. the risk of higher co levels goes up. >> we're going to wake up, it's going to be very cold out and 7 going to turn the heater on. and didn't have the heater checked first. what we recommend is while the weather's still nice get your heater checked now so when you turn it on, you know that it's working properly. >> the fire commissioner will actually show off the new co alarms a it a philadelphia home. he will also talk more about
carbon monoxide safety and be live on nbc 10's news at 11:00 this morning to talk about that. if you have questions you can go to the nbc 10 facebook page and let us know what you want us to ask the fire commissioner. >> speaking of turning on the heat, thousands of kids will get a winter coat. volunteers teamed up. this is video of a similar event. cradles to crayons big give event helps low income and homeless children across the region. >> today local lawmakers will release the results of a planning study to extend the broad street line to the philadelphia navy yard. the survey was a partnership between agencies trying to determine the effects that this extension jould on septa's ridership and economic growth in the navy yard. workers who commute to the yard also took part in a confidential survey to voice their comments or concerns about the project. the navy yard is home to more than 11,000 employees and 143
companies which is why they are considering extending the line. right now the broad street line starts at the fern rock transportation center in north philadelphia and then moves south along broad street, here is a map, it ends at the at&t station near the sports complex in south philadelphia. right there. officials are hoping to extend the line and we'll see that here animated, another mile and a half to one or two stations in the navy yard if they decide to build those. we'll keep you posted. you know earlier this fall we were part of the alarm being sounded about a possible shortage of turkeys. >> producers say no shortage, you might have to pay a little more. more than 7 million turkeys were lost to bird flu. officials say that only impacted a small percentage of the overall population. they also say most of the frozen turkeys that you buy for thanksgiving, they were already frozen and stored back in march before the flu broke out.
>> while it was significant for the individual producers, it affected only 3% of the population of turkeys nation wide. >> when the turkey comes from the farm it's taken to be packaged, it's readied, sealed up and it is then instantly flash frozen down to zero degrees. >> so no shortage but the agriculture department is still predicting because of the outbreak prices might jump as much as 20% thanksgiving. you're watching "nbc 10 news." "nbc 10 news" at 5:00 a.m. starts right now. right now there is a growing tribute to the victims of the terror attacks in paris as we learn new information about the suspect behind the deadly attacks we learned the name of the alleged master mind in the attacks. we'll have that for you in a moment. >> retaliation, we'll tell you how france is taking on isis in the wake of the terror in paris.
we're off to a bit of a chilly start. really not too bad for the mid november though. it's going to turn into a beautiful fall day as we take a live look at boathouse row. we'll have everything you need to know to get your work week started. good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm chris cato. >> i'm tracy davidson. we've been spoiled. it's 46 in the city. meteorologist bill henley with what's to come. >> tracy, prepare to be spoiled once again. pretty nice weekend, though it was chilly especially cold yesterday morning. there is a chill in the air though it's not as cold as yesterday. we're in the 40s and low 50s. 50 degrees in coatesville, philadelphia international is now 48 degrees. and it had dropped into the 30s in toms river now 41 degrees. there are some 30s. look at westchester, fair fedow, 37, brandy wine at the airport is 43. so a chill is in the air to start with. but our skies are clear. look at the warm-up we're in for. 45 degrees at 7:00, in the middle 5