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and trenton. a cold plublustery day. 32 degrees at 7:00, bright sunshine and three hours later a degree warmer. then holding at 33 at 1:00. the winds turning stronger during the afternoon hours, so 1:00, that may be the warmest time of day, it starts falling as the day goes on. there is a chance you may see a flurry on some of the clouds during the afternoon. back with your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast in ten minutes. >> a flurry. >> bill told us what the temperatures will look like later today. >> now let's go out now to matt delucia, find out how cold it feels for him. tell us what it's like. >> reporter: well, it definitely has gotten colder the past couple hours, people are out at the jenkintown septa station. you see some of the folks out here now bundled up and some waiting inside where it's
warmer. of course, later on today and overnight we expect some of the coldest temperatures yet of this season. in talking with some of these folks they are saying it's getting to be that time of year, it's winter after off so they just have to grin and bear it. >> it's not bad for me. i don't mind the winter. we live in the northeast. we're supposed to get four seasons so it was inevitablement of it was nice to not have to put the storm windows in and not put the flannel sheets on the bed. i'm ready for it. >> reporter: there is a code blue alert for several counties in the area, that warning comes in when temperatures are forecast to be cold enough to be dangerous for people who spend a great deal of time outside, mainly the homeless. bucks, montgomery county enacted code blue alerts through wednesday morning. philadelphia's code blue starts later on this morning, and later this evening you have cumberland county in new jersey, that will
go into effect. we'll come back out live, a lot of people waiting for the train. if we can come over here, brian, my photographer, you see on the ground it's a little wet. the septa folks put salt down so it tells you it's that time of year it's cold enough they feel the need to put salt down. you see the train arriving. folks finally coming out now to catch this train so it's going to be a chilly morning, a chilly day and night ahead. it is winter time after all. live in jenkintown, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." >> and matt, we are actually watching a lot of cameras back to work, back to school. we're probably early for that right now but we're on 202, right around chester pike you can see no problems, everything moving along nicely. in cherry hill around haddonfield road the same story
there. we're going to see a rush hour we haven't seen in some time. watch for construction also on richmond street southbound closed between lehigh avenue and delaware avenue. heading out on the turnpike smooth sailing, we're in the green. 22 minutes both directions from route 1 to valley forge. >> a new jersey transit bus driver was cited for reckless driving after allegedly rear ending a street sweeper. this along the white horse pike. the impact september the bus off the road into a tree. three passengers were on board at the time but not seriously hurt. the driver was draped but rescued. his hirryes were not serious. >> mayor-elect jim kenney will be sworn into office. a rundown of today's events. mayor-elect kenney is doing
things differently. >> reporter: he's just a regular guy from south philadelphia. so he's opt forward a more casual inauguration celebration, we'll get to the details in a minute. first, we spoke to philadelphia's next mayor jim kenney on the eve of his inauguration at the academy of music. the ceremony there starts at 10:00 this morning with his swearing in as the 99th mayor. he says he is excited for this day of celebrating but tomorrow, the hard work begins. >> i'm a south philadelphia guy, i grew up side of a firefighter. i mean, i'm not a fancy guy. >> reporter: here is the lineup today. after the mid morning swearing in, mayor kenney and other city officials will walk to city hall, greet constituents on the way. there at city hall they will attend various receptions. mayor kenney will sign executive orders and there is a reception
for the school district followed by a block party complete food p we also spoke about his top priorities once he does take office and i'll share some of thinks comments coming up in the next 25 minutes. katy zachry, "nbc 10 news." >> thanks. it's the 33 degrees out. the philadelphia district attorney will retry a local priest accused of child sex abuse. father brennan is accused of abusing a 14-year-old boy in 1996. brennan was one of four priests arrested charged along side william lind who was found guilty. at the time juniors could not agree on a verdict for brennan who has refused to accept a plea deal. >> police are investigating an
apparent accident at an applebee's where someone sprayed mace. an employee said she dentally sprayed the restaurant. more than a dozen were evacuated. none wanted to go to the hospital. crews are investigating. five people were taken to the hospital after four cars crashed in hamilton township. it happened around noon yesterday at south brad street and samdon boulevard. look at the video that shows the crash. two cars, rescuers had to cut off the door of one car to pull two men out. we're working to find out how they are doing. >> berks county authorities charged a member of the fire department with setting several fires in fleetwood. the volunteer fire company has been busy fighting arson almost
every week since august. cody widener is facing charges in at least three. he was trained but is not yet certified as a firefighter. >> rescue efforts are under way after an earthquake hit the northeastern area. the epicenters with about 20 miles outside of the city of imphum. officials say the death toll is expected to rise. the quake struck while most were asleep and they believe many are buried beneath rubble. >> school is closed for students at shawnee elementary because of a heating problem at the building. the staff should troort for example township.
>> cold and windy this morning, the wind is blowing and the temperatures are slowly but surely coming down. look at the wind, shaking of the camera on top of the loews hotel. the wind will be increasing. we're looking at temperatures that have come down. a cold blast will stay with us thanks to the gusty winds they will be with us through the day into this evening. we'll see some sunshine today but without the sun, tonight it gets even tolder. in fact the coldest of the tone tire season. that's what we'll be in for tomorrow. this morning it's 32 in northeast philadelphia and atlantic city at 27, we'll see some sunshine. they are making snow in the poconos. the cold air is riding in and the wind got stronger in the
last hour, 18-mile-an-hour wind s. with these clouds a chance of scattered flurries. but steadier snow showers will stay to the west out of our area. neighborhood by neighborhood forecast. this afternoon staying below freezing for threat wood, pennsburg and morgantown. bordentown and morristown 30s this afternoon. sunshine, a little warmer at the shore, up to 35 for symrna. a few passing clouds. mainly sunny. early this arn that's when the conshohockens will week at 33 degrees. 33 for woods town. with the wind blowing. i'll show you how long the cold will last when i come back in ten minutes.
jessica has been monitoring a situation in south jersey. >> we launched sky force 10. >> so what is happening is we're looking at a deadly accident scene, this is now fatal. you can see sky force 10 over top of the scene. what's going on, the right-hand lane is blocked. what happens is followed by an accident investigation. this may be some time. you can see vehicles on the scene. this is in hamilton on the new jersey turn spike. no backup or traffic moving through but again, something to watch for. 20 aches around 7 and 195 in between those two around 7a, so fen, left lane not blocked. traffic is noofing through. in new jersey, the 46 freeway okay, this is around the new
jersey, to the walt whitman bridge, no problems there. all traffic moving along nicely. we're go to go for mass transit. septa, new jersey transit, patco and dart. >> it's time to get down to business. president observe is meeting with the attorney general. some presidential candidates are on the attack. >> the gas price predictions are south. we'll tell you how low they could go in 2016. we work weekends here.
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husband and wife terrorists killed 14 and wounded nearly two dozen others. police killed the couple in a shoot-out. a memorial will be held at the center to honor the victims. >> san bernardino is seen as one of the reasons president obama will use his executive power to tackle gun violence. today the president will meet with attorney general loretta ly lynnch to map out what he can do. the idea of side stepping lawmakers on the gun issue has republicans fuming. presidential candidate donald trump and marco rubio pledge to undo any executive order on the issue. >> we'll veto that. i'll unsign that so fast. so fast. >> on my first day in office, they're gone. >> new jersey governor and gop hopeful chris christie said president obama should follow
constitutional law on the gun issue. >> he wants to make changes to these laws go to congress and convince the congress that they are necessary. >> other gop candidates have similar views by contrast the lead democratic candidates applauded the president. >> i support it, but i also believe that in terms of the second amendment what we have got to do is to make sure, and i believe that it's not an absolute right. >> hillary clinton is also on board with the president's plan. >> new information on the sinking on the freighter el faro. these new images show a gaping hole. officials are considering another search for the black box. it got caught in a hurricane in october. lost engine power and then sank with 33 people aboard. >> in delaware more than 1,000 du popt workers will get pink slips, the company is downsizing
ahead of its merger next year. dupont plans to cut 1700 jobs in delaware including its headquarters in wilmington. dow and dupont plan to split into three companies, the smallest of which would still be based in delaware. >> here is something that may take your -- make your first drive to work in 2016 easier. it's not going to cost as much. gas prices are expected to stay low and even drop. the average annual price will be between 2.25 and 2.45. that will be cheaper or comparable to the 2015 average of $2.40 per gallon. last year the average consumer spent about $700 less on gas. >> here is a look at what drivers are paying in our area. philadelphia 2.17, delaware 1.90 and in new jersey 1.83. >> it's 6:17.
a fatal accident on the new jersey turnpike. >> tell us what you're seeing. >> what we're seeing is sky force 10 over top of this scene. it is a fatal accident scene so what's under way besides the fact it's an accident scene that has to be cleared it's an accident investigation as well so. this is in hamilton township on the toyj turnpike on the northbound side. you can see several vehicles involved and emergency vehicles on the scene as well. this is into the right-hand shoulder. traffic moving through the area, you can see not blocking the lanes now on the new jersey turnpike. it's something we need to pay attention to because it's going to be there for some time. typically what happens with investigations. that's between exit 7 and 7a around 195, and earlier we had the left lane blocked so no residual delays. starting to see slowdowns. haven't seen these in some time since the holiday from 95 around girard avenue, about five minutes on the morning commute
so far, this is the beginning of it. southbound into the center city area you can see no real problems except for small delays. 422 we're still good to go. no real increase from 29 to the schuylkill. 9 minutes, i'll be back unten to check in with more of your morning drive. 19 minutes after 6. bundle up. you're getting ready to leave it's going to be cold and windy. it is dry. we could see flurries riding through on the clouds that are blowing past us. 33 degrees with winds gusting to 24 miles an hour in philadelphia. you see some clouds in the distance, we'll be in and out of the clouds as they blow through the area. there have been some flurries but mainly it's the wind and the cold that we have to deal with today. 25-mile-an-hour wind gusts in the pocono mountains, northeast philadelphia and philadelphia international both reporting 24
miles an hour. some scattered showers in central pennsylvania into maryland. you look closely you see some of the scattered flurries showing up in pennsylvania, streaming across the delaware into new jersey. a flurry or two but mainly windy and cold. 30s this afternoon with winds northwesterly at 20 miles an hour, though we'll be in the low 30s it's going to feel like the low 20s on through the day today. and then it gets colder. tonight we'll drop down to 16 degrees. coldest yet. so far in philadelphia it hasn't been below 30 degrees so we're going to get a blast of cold air and more cold mornings for wednesday and thursday. in the afternoon it will turn milder, 44 for both days, even warmer for friday and the weekend. however, rain will be arriving later on friday and the rain showers will stick around saturday and sunday. >> thanks. 20 minutes past 6. water is taking over basements in the bridesburg area.
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water in the basement you're looking at inside the home of this philadelphia woman. her house was one of several flooded yesterday after someone stole copper pipes from a vacant house nearby. people living near tacony called crews when they noticed the flooding. a firefighter explained how the theft led to the flooding. >> the piping was ripped out of the basement and obviously they took the shut-off valve as well
which caused the water to be leaking. >> neighbors said copper thieves are targeting a number of foreclosed properties in the area. >> jessica boyington with your first alert traffic this morning. we are watching live over top of a scene of a deadly pedestrian accident in hamilton township. all lanes getting by on the new jersey turnpike. that's the northbound side between 206 at exit 7 and 7a at 195. all traffic moving through but we expect this investigation to be around for some time. we'll have updates when i come back in the next five minutes or so. a check on the forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> 6:25 and the wind is blowing to make it feel colder. in fact, without the wind it's in 30s, with the wind it feels like the 20s. seeing wind gusts of 24 miles an
>> we'll get your first alert forecast. plus. >> growing up as a little kid in the fire house with your dad and being mayor. pretty amazing stuff. >> amazing it is. and it is inauguration day. jim kenney will become philadelphia's 99th mayor. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. it is 6:30 and chilly. we have live team coverage of
the cold blast. matt delucia is live at the jenkintown train stigs. let's start with meteorologist bill henley and find out about the chilly temperatures and the wind. >> we're now at 33 degrees. that's 2 degrees colder than it was when we went on the air at 4:00. douls town, trenton in the 20s. below freeze for roxborough. 32 in northeast philadelphia. the winds are steady at 16 miles an hour at the airport. northeast philadelphia has 18-mile-an-hour winds, but both locations are reporting gusts to 24 miles an hour so. a blustery day ahead. we'll see clouds, maybe a flurry. we'll get enough sunshine to cause the temperatures to go up a little bit. minimal warm-up in the morning hours. 11:00, 33 degrees. holding at 33 at 2:00, in fact, the winds will be kicking in and will be getting even colder as
the morning or the afternoon progresses we'll be dropping in the 20s for the first time this season this afternoon. matt delucia is in jenkintown. feeling the cold first-hand. matt. >> reporter: definitely colder here than in that studio, bill. i'll tell you, once you get bundled up it's not too bad. of course we expect it to get worse as the day goes on. talking to folks at the train station, might be able to see a couple inside trying to get out of the cold. we've seen quite a few people who have been staying in their cars as long as possible with the heat running and then the train comes and they run out to catch that train so they don't wa to wait outside for too long. talking with some of the folks, they tell me you know, it's winter, it's about time that we get these cold temperatures. >> it hasn't been cold yet but snow is coming some time. >> i'm going to try to stay warm. i do construction. i'm going to bundle up as much as i can. >> how do you get through it?
>> a lot of clothes and drink coffee and keep moving. >> reporter: keep moving. that is a good idea. there is a code blue alert in effect for several counties, we have a graphic for you. this morning comes when temperatures are forecast to be cold enough to be dangerous for people who spend a great deal of time outside. mainly the homeless. shelters start opening, bucks, montgomery counties code blue last night through wednesday morning. philadelphia's code blue starts not long from now. sometime this morning, i believe 7:00 a.m. and also cumberland county in new jersey will start their code blue later on this evening. and again, a live look out here at the jenkintown train station. some are braving it waiting outside. a couple i can see way on the other side not in view but most of those are inside now where it is nice and warm. these folks out here, waiting for the train where the trains are on time, on schedule.
jessica boyington, how are the rest of the rails and roads looking? >> we're good so far for mass transit. no problems or delays. and the roads, we're a little better. we've seen better days actually. we're starting to see delays really all over the place because everybody is back to school, back to work. an accident in hamilton township on the northbound side. that now is over into the right-hand shoulder. all traffic moving through between exit 7 and 7a from 206 to 195. this accident scene is fatal so now we expect this investigation to be there for some time. another update in new jersey, this is out in galloway township. a street light was knocked down due to a bus accident but that cleared. it was on the white horse pike eastbound. so you're good to go heading out there. in camden, this is route 38 around airport circle all through that circle and the intersections all traffic is moving along.
again, mass transit, we show you in the clear, no problems or delays. tracy. >> 6:34. today south philadelphia native jim kenney will become philadelphia's 99th mayor. you won't see the glitz. he wants to keep it simple. katy is live at city hall. what is he planning today? >> reporter: well, it is a packed day for jim kenney, his newly appointed staff, and his supporters. it begins in a few hours with his swearing in at 10:00 a.m. at the academy of music where we caught up with him yesterday to talk about his top priorities once he takes office. the newest mayor will stress the importance of education, in fact, today he will raise money for the school district of philadelphia during his inaugural event. kenney will spend early days trying to reduce poverty and holds to this. >> everybody neighborhood's the same, the attention they get, no
one neighbor is more important and no person's zip code should determine their ability to meet their potential in life. >> reporter: instead of inaugural ball which is tradition, mayor-elect jim kenney opted for a block party saying that's more his speed. it begins at 5:30 inside the broad street atrium of the pennsylvania convention center, it will be complete with food trucks and entertainment. reporting live, katy zachry. >> the city of chester has a new mayor, thaddaeus kirkland takes office after a victory in november's election. kirk land received nearly 1,000 more votes than his opponent. >> in montgomery county kevin steele will be sworn in as the new district attorney. he defeated bruce castor in a contested race. you may remember the bill cosby case was a key issue. >> happening now anti-government activists continue to occupy a federal building in oregon, the
protesters took over national wildlife refuge this weekend. at least one was armed. the group says it is showing support for a pair of ranchers convicted of arson and are due to report to jail today. the group is led by the sign of bundy, the rancher known for the 2014 stand off with federal authorities over grazing rights. >> i'd like to say let us be civil and let us be as gentle as possible. we shall be as firm as necessary. >> schools in the county are closed this week because of security concerns. call it gridiron gratitude. survivor of the amtrak train derailment treated his rescuers to the eagles giants game yesterday. this photo shows the three officers carrying nick from the derailment wreckage in pot richmond. they re-enacted the photo at the meadowlands, he is a ginds
season ticket holder so invited the officers to the football game as a way of saying thanks. worked out for nick. the eagles start the post-chip kelly era with a win in the season's final game. the first series demarco murray taking a handoff, cuts right, goes 54 yards for a touchdown, his longest run since his rookie season. and later, connor deflected a manning pass and ends up in the hands of walter thurman. jordan matthews had this to say to eagle fans. >> got to go out there every time and represent that team that's on the front of your chest. nobody has more pride for the eagles than their fans. we got the best in the league, in the world, in the universe, point blank period. >> the birds finish 7-9.
nbc 10 is your official eagles station. >> 38 minutes after 6:00. it's cold outside. and it's going to stay cold all day long. a cold blast riding in on gusty winds that won't settle down until tonight, and that's when it gets colder tonight. in fact, the coldest of the season so far. right now, 26 degrees in doylestown, philadelphia is at 33 degrees, you'll find 30s and some 20s in south jersey, millville is so cold it stopped reporting. look at the snow making equipment in the pocono mountains. they will be able to make snow through tomorrow. look at the winds out of the northwest. that steady wind we're getting gusts of more than 20 miles an hour. that wind is blowing a few scattered clouds through the area, they will break for sunshine and we could see a
flurry riding in on these clouds. no steady snow showers for our area. so neighborhood by neighborhood forecast calling for a cold afternoon. teens in the pocono mountains, upper 20s in reading and allentown, sunshine, a few passing clouds, and 28 the afternoon temperature for doylestown. under freezing for norristown and trenton. a little warmer at the shore. middle 30s for atlantic city and cape may. rehobeth 37 degrees, windy there too. and the winds will limit the warm-up during the morning and early afternoon hours to the very low 30s for westchester, drexel hill and swedesboro and 33 degrees, that's early this afternoon in philadelphia. by late this afternoon, the temperatures are coming down. we'll go through the forecast hour by hour, take a look at the temperatures, that really get cold tonight when i'm back in 10 minutes. >> 6:39. it is monday, january 1. first day of the work week. january 4th, bill is reminding
me. right, january 4th. away for a while. >> back to work though. back to work monday for sure. let's check the schuylkill expressway. jessica boyington has you covered. >> we know what he meant. the first day back to work, first day back to school so we're starting to see the delays again. they come with that. so here is the schuylkill expressway. around spring garden street. we're at 17 minutes eastbound for the blue route. so you can see everybody is slow as you head east or westbound so far for the morning we just also heard another accident reported on the new jersey turnpike northbound around 322 at 2 with the left lane blocked. we are still watching this accident on hamilton township. northbound on the turnpike between route 206 at exit 7 and 195 around 7a. 95 is doing okay but slowdowns where we do with the work week and the school day back in
business. 21 minutes, watch out for ramp closures 95 north at girard and southbound at aramingo avenue with the construction. >> flying a drone can be complicated. not only while piloting but in a crash. we'll tell you what you should check before you take flight. and getting rid of the plastic in the pacific ocean may come down to a 21-year-old. the invention he's come up with that he hopes will clean up our oceans.
bill clinton will start stumping for his wife in new hampshire. it's the first time this campaign that hillary clinton is sending her husband out solo to drum up support. last week donald trump warned clinton against putting her husband on the stump. the front-runner said bill clinton's history with women is fair game, a shift from 2008 when trump us asked his affair as totally unimportant. also donald trump will roll out his first tv ads. the candidate promised to spend $2 million a week between now and next month when early voting gets going in iowa and new hampshire. we're told that trump's first ad lays out the goals while showing explosive images to attack president obama and hillary clinton. bernie sanders is keeping pace with hillary clinton. the vermont center raised more than $33 million over the past three months, that amount should allow sanders to am copete with clinton deep in the spring.
polls show clinton leading in iowa and sanders ahead in new hampshire. >> overseas tensions between saudi arabia and iran. saudis cut off relations. it can with saudi arabia executing a prominent shiiteáp? cleric. protesters stormed the embassy and setting it on fire. a retired u.s. army general warned that the two nations could be headed for a military conflict. >> illinois search teams found the body of a second teen missing since massive flooding hit last week. the body was found northwest of where searchers found the vehicle he had been riding in. crews found the body of another teen he was with. they couldn't find either until floods receded. missouri residents return to look at the damage caused by flooding and begin the cleanup. debris litters the hardest hit
areas. president obama approved a request for federal aid and national guard troops were deployed to help. recovery is expected to take months. >> a business man is working on a plan to clean up ocean garbage. millions of tons of plastic trash are posing a threat and now a dutch entrepreneur wants to build a floating barrier that uses the currents to capture the plastic. >> it's never been done before. >> the plan will target the pacific garbage patch between the west coast and hawaii sand five times the size of texas. >> if you have a drone over the holidays something else you may want to do. get insurance. as drone use soars so does the possibility of damage or injury. the department of insurance says if your drone crashes you could be liable and recommends checking with your insurance provider. the academy of aeronautics is
offering a coverage option for a year. >> you dent your neighbor's car or something like that. a lot don't recognize the potential for danger. >> another reminder, you have to register your drone with the faa. it's 6:48. a 3-year-old girl has been found after new mexico police say someone stole her mom's car while she was in the back seat. >> the rescue was caught on camera. >> hey sweetheart. you okay? come here. come here. i know. >> police say the mother of the 3-year-old was filling up water jugs outside of a store when a man jumped in and stole her car with caroline still in the back of the car. the car was found about three miles from the store with no one in side. police noticed caroline alone in a parking lot sitting there, she was not hurt and was reunited
with her mother later. the man who stole the car has not been found. >> facebook co-founder mark zuckerberg has set a goal, he wants to build an artificially intelligent assistant to run his house and help him at work. in a post zuckerberg compared it to the butler in the iron man movies. he usually sets personal challenges but this is the fires involve a new innovation. wouldn't that be nice. >> i expected his house would be filled with that kind of stuff. a look at what's ahead. >> a preview from matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> happy new year. >> coming up on "today" the presidential race heating up with less than a month until the first votes. donald trump releasing his first tv ad overnight. bill clinton hits the stump for his wife. >> also ahead, a new rossen reports alarming crash test
results on products meant to keep your pet safe. >> jennifer lopez opens up, her las vegas residency and her twin. >> the ultimate and easy to follow diet cleanse to click off your resolution to lose weight when we see you in a couple minutes on a monday edition of "today." >> i'm ready for that. little cleanse. oh, yeah. >> also -- >> detox around here. >> savannah, by the way, tell your husband -- tell your husband sean payton i think that's our new coach. >> i will. i will. we haven't even talked about the whole chip kelly thing. >> aren't the giants thinking about him? >> i heard that he wants to come to new york but i think philly's where he's going to end up. >> you heard it here first. >> just saying. >> you would have the inside information. >> keep us posted. >> see you at 7:00. >> all right.
nine minutes before 7:00. we've seen the it is a at get cleansed of warm weather in december. it's cold out. live view from here, there are a few clouds through the area, we have seen a few flurries, the wind is the main factor during the day. it's brought the temperature down since we've been on the air at 4:00 it's down 2 degrees with the winds gusting to 24 miles an hour. giving us wind chills in the 20s. there you can see scattered clouds blowing past cape may. cape may will stay dry and lots of sunshine. the wind gusting to 25 miles an hour in the pocono mountains, 24 miles an hour in northeast philadelphia and philadelphia international. that's going to keep it cold through the day. some snow showers, they are starting to thin out to the west. in our area a few flurries, could see a little bit of activity on the radar but nothing more than a flurry. bundle up if you're heading out.
20s for the suburbs at the bus stop. 31 in the city with the wind making it feel about 10 degrees colder. the temperatures will peak, noon time temperatures of 31 degrees in philadelphia, and then for the first time this season will drop in the 20s later today. 5:00 this afternoon, 26 degrees. that's going to feel warm compared to what's heading in overnight. 11:00 tonight look at the teens for reading and allentown, those will reach in by this time tomorrow morning. so cold weather not only today but tonight. windy and cold during the day. a few flurries, sunshine and afternoon temperatures peeking in the thirds. the real cold comes in tonight. by tomorrow morning 16 the low in philadelphia. 34 the high. the coldest morning yet of the entire season. not as cold on wednesday and thursday, in the middle 40s, and warmer for friday and the
weekend but rain will be moving in later on friday, the rain showers saturday with a high of 51. and some steadier rain sunday up to 54. >> all right, bill. there is an accident to tell you about if you're heading out the door. >> here is jessica with that. >> big delays on 422 and it's pretty early for that for trush hour, we have an accident around trooper road. this drive time, 29 minutes from 29 to the schuylkill headed eastbound this is about 7 to 8-minute trip. we're adding 20 minutes before you head out the door. this accident scene, the left shoulder one lane getting by. clearly, police activity as well. another update on this and more in the next five minutes. >> thank you. today is the day for jim kenney. the mayor-elect will take over the reins from michael nutter.
the republicans in harrisburg were fighting each other over the state budget. that's right. each other. the republican state senate passed a responsible budget that "begins" to fund education but the republican house of representatives has insisted on a budget that fails to fund education and balloons the deficit. call your legislator, tell them to pass a budget that's right for pennsylvania.
>> reporter: in about three hours from now the city of philadelphia will welcome its new mayor. long time city counselor jim kenney will be sworn in as the 99th mayor. the democrat from south philadelphia says he'll focus on education and reducing poverty in his early days, now he's already opting to do things differently from mayors past. the lineup of today's events. instead of an evening inaugural ball he is hosting a block
party. complete with food trucks from throughout the city. reporting live, katy zachry, "nbc 10 news." >> reporter: good morning. i'm matt delucia live at the septa station here, it's a cold morning with colder weather to come. some of the folks waiting in side. a cold blue to help the homeless to get out of the cold. now through wednesday morning. philadelphia from now until tomorrow afternoon. and cumberland county code blue tonight and tomorrow evening. back out live, winter has arrived. some folks here enjoy it telling me next up they are ready for a little snow. live in jenkintown, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." good morning. we're back to school and work. we're going to cover your traffic. route 422 around trooper road we're having delays, at 32
minutes now eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. one lane getting by. this accident scene into the left-hand lane, so a big backup on 422 this morning. cold and windy this morning, clouds are blowing through the area and have produced flurries. you might see some of those during the day. we'll get enough sunshine to see people put sunglasses on. you'll have to bundle up. making snow in the pocono mountains and natural snowflakes falling. the wind is blowing that's going to keep the snow with us through the day. the winds now 15 miles an hour, steady in philadelphia, higher gusts and although it's 31 degrees in philadelphia, it feels like it is in the 20s. so cold amend blustery day, with high temperatures only in the low 30s this afternoon. >> chilly reality of winter. >> we're all happy to be back.
the "today" show is up next. good morning. breaking overnight. donald trump's first television ad of his presidential campaign out this morning, and the republican front-runner is pushing all the buttons. >> the politicians can pretend it's something else, but donald trump calls it radical islamic terrorism. >> as former president bill clinton gets set to hit the trail solo to campaign for his wife and the candidates hope their messages with the caucuses a month away. and. >> we're here to defend the people. >> the fbi hoping a peaceful end to the standoff.