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like the sound of a political revolution. >> bernie sanders electrify fies the crowd at temple university and he's not done with philadelphia just yet. here what he's telling us in a one-on-one interview. >> and you can call it a clinton wrap. hillary clinton has left town but bill clinton continues the fight to win over voters in philadelphia. state leaders will consider a new plan to save the financially strapped resort town. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm vie sick machlt we
talked during the break how i don't like the hot weather. you and our producer colleen, you know, like the hot weather. >> we do. >> let's bring in meteorologist bill henley who's tracking all of this. it's warm right now, but we're experiencing a little bit of rain. >> you don't have to worry about hot today, vai, i'll tell you that much. we're getting cold this weekend. >> good. not too cold. just cool it's dry and cloudy but a little bit breezy to start this morning. that helps with the warmup and it's much warmer this morning. 56 degrees now. it's 24 degrees warmer than yesterday morning at this time. dry in philadelphia, but you can see the rain to the west. that's in central pennsylvania with heavier downpours to the south. those are due in right around midday. so rainy weather is on the way. the temperatures will be warm g warming. 50s to start with. we'll warm into the very low 60s today. the rain coming in at 11:00. 60 degrees by 2:00 this afternoon.
the rain cools things down just a bit. there's even a chance we'll see thunderstorms today. i'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back in ten minutes. we'll see how the roads are looking. jessica boyington has first alert traffic. >> we haven't seen this out in trenton, new jersey, where we have a downed pole in the area. cleanup under way right around sullivan way. all lanes are currently being closed and detoured around the scene. a lot of it around the scene. give it five or ten minutes. here's the whitehorse pike. you can see no problems throughout the intersection. not a lot of cars out there as well. some construction out in warrenton. that's closed between fairmount. another day or so for that. watch for stadium traffic. of course, this is later on this evening. flyer game. you can expect some until after
they leave the stadium. rosemary. round 2 for bernie sanders. >> last night. sanders slammed his opponent saying clinton isn't qualified. clinton spoke yesterday in a push to win pennsylvania. nbc 10's pamela os borne is in center city with a preview. good morning, pamela. >> reporter: good morning, vai and rosemary. this is another opportunity for sanders to get to voters. he'll be speaking with union leaders from across the state at the afl-cio cop vengs. last night senator rallied with the crowd of more than 10,000 voters. at that rally he went after clinton telling rallygoers that he didn't believe she's qualified. >> i won seven of the eight
caucuses so somebody must be doing something right. one of the points we've been making is in poll after poll when i am up against donald trump and she's up against donald trump, we do much better. if voters want a candidate who can actually beat trump or some other candidate, we can be that candidate. >> we spoke with former governor ed rendell. he said sanders should tone down his criticism and clinton should avoid taking the bait. we spoke with sanders last night one on one. one of things he's in favor of is trade policies. he supports them for american workers over ceos. likely one of the talk points they'll talk to this morning less than three weeks ahead of the pennsylvania primary. reporting live in center city this morning, i'm pamela osborne, "nbc 10 news." >> thank you.
there's 210 delegates up for grabs. right now hillary clinton is still far ahead of bernie sanders. she has 1, 692. bernie sanders has 1,037. the fight for those delegates is fierce in philadelphia as you can imagine. >> clinton was in town where san kearse is speaking today. they're both looking for the key endorsement from the afl-cio in pennsylvania. yesterday hillary clinton spoke with union workers. she started off her speech with a little bit of love for the ville know va wildcats. take a listen. >> bill and i got home and were watching it, sitting on the edge of our seats. it was so exciting it nearly made my husband forget and
forgive villanova for being his alma mater georgetown back in 1985. >> clinton left the convention. today she's in colorado and ohio. nonetheless the clinton machine continues to drum up support in pennsylvania. a little bit later on bill clinton will be at the darcy ann rec center in the cedarville, philadelphia, neighborhood. >> he took aim at republican rival ted cruz and his new york criticism of value. take a look. >> do you remember during the debate when he started lecturing me on new york values leak we're no good. and i started to eed talking t about the world trade center and the bravery, incredible bravery of everybody. >> police estimate there there were about 1,000 protesters at last night's rally.
officers arrested two people who got into a fight. the next primary is april 19th. the best way for you to stay on top of the decision for the 2016 primaries is download the app. we'll send you push alerts a, plus you can track the delicaeg count and find out where the candidates stand on the issues. meanwhile tornado in trenton, how to saving atlantic city. >> tliets. they'll vote on another. deanna durante is live in the digital operation center to explain that plan and fill us in on the plan. deah narks tell us what ee happening about it. >> right now they're looking to buy some time. payroll will be met on friday but then people won't be paid again for a movement the council vote last night to adopt a 28-day pail rolle structure instead of the 14-day cycle. the longer pay cycle going to allow the may 1st tax collections that's hoped to keep the city going. they'll keep it going until
friday and then not begun until may 6th. governor chris christie slams the mayor saying, he has no idea what he's doing. yesterday they held dueling news conferences. they were within feet of each other. they have plans to battle them out. he no longer backs the plan to bail out the city. christie quickly explained why he was refusing to sit down with the mayor who was in a room next door. >> because there's no purpose in meeting with a liar. >> if we do a fwruptcy, it's not an atlantic city bankruptcy. it's a chris christie bankruptcy. he's stauvg us. >> now the debates are going to continue into trenton as to how to bail out the casino town. they're introducing a new plan, one he says that will establish new goals that atlantic city is going to have to meet before the state takes over its finances. plans have already been passed
by the senate and has christie's backing but critics say it gives too much power over the collective garn iing. new at 6:00, new jersey lawmakers are considering a tax on glass and bottles and aluminum cans. according to our partner the philadelphia sentinel journal, they would help the state with two environmental issues. first it would encourage people to recycle bottles and cans, and second, money from the tax would pay for improvement in the schools where lead has been detected in the water. nine minutes after 6:00 and less than half a hour away. we've got to a mild one. the clouds are not producing any rain just yet but that's a different story later this afternoon. i'm tracking showers already in pennsylvania. this weekend, cold and a chance of showers and not just rain.
we may see some snow showers in the area come saturday. this morning, 50 degrees in doylestown. northeast philadelphia is 56. and 54 in mild in millville. look at the clouds blowing in. not too windy. there are some stronger gusts right along the coastline. 30-mile-an-hour wind gusts for wildwood and atlantic city. 18 miles an hour in northeast philadelphia and 23 mile s an hour in trenton. dry this hour but western and central pennsylvania, you can see the rain. moderate showers in south central pennsylvania. look to the south and here's where we're seeing the heavier rainfall and this is tracking our way for later this way and this afternoon. don't forget your umbrella. you won't need a heavy coat like you did yesterday. rain moving in. temperaturess moving into the upper 50s.
an ra rain arrives at the shore. a chance of some thunderstorms along with the rain. just a chance. upper 50s for west chester and philadelphia. the weekend, rain and snow showers are possible. it will be above freezing. so if there is any accumulation, it will be on grassy surfaces. we've got sunshine back and 49 degrees. full forecast when i'm back in ten minutes. >> all right, bill. we'll see you then. 6:11 this thursday morning. >> we know that traffic is starting to pick up. jessica, what are you seeing? >> 4:22, we had earlier construction this morning. of course, that's in between 202 and around trooper road. we watch the eastbound side.
we typically see delays there. these are our cameras here. still a 9-minute trip and speedway up to 50s. an accident scene has finally cleared its way out of trenton. we're watching construction. eastbound will be closed until may. more updates when i come back this the next ten. buy. >> thanks, jessica. some traffic related news. >> that right. no parking signs are already going up like the parade route. septa is increasing service. what you need to know to avoid traffic and make it down there to see the celebration in time. plus, it very well may have been their last college game and they're not even seniors which'll tell you which villanova players are already thinking about the nba.
16 minutes after 6:00. people up and at 'em this morning. a little bit warmer to say the least from the past few days. that's because we've got to rain on the way. meteorologist bill henley will have the details in the full forecast coming up. new, we're talking about newtown middle school. this all happened in the same town as sandy hook elementary. police have arrested jason adams and have charged him with possession of a weapon. this morning he's on adm administrative leave from that middle school. you may remember in 2012 a man shot 20 first graders and six
teachers at sandy hook elementary in newtown. back here at home the pico building is honoring the national champion the villanova wildcats. the message board will continue scrolling the message congratulating the winners through saturday morning. you know you've made it when you get your picture on the front page of the "daily news" and the inquire r and you get the pico sign. >> villanova has canceled all school tomorrow so they can attend the parade. >> like they had to officially do it. they'll make one-day passes available for students, faculty, and staff. it begins at 1:00 tomorrow. it will run five blocks to dilworth park in front of city hall and there would be road closures that would impact the traffic so you would know about that. keep that in mind. no parking signs, meanwhile, are going up along the parade
route. the city is urning parade goif goers to use public transit. the broad streeft light and norristown high speed line. they'll provide service from villanova. how do you feel about tomorrow's parade? are you excited or worrying about the impact on your commute? head over to our facebook page and let us know what you think. head over to our facebook page and leave us a like and a comment. if you're at work and want to watch, we've got you covered. we're going to be live streaming on nbc 10's app and www.nbc10.com. 6:18 and it is a mild morning. we're running about 25 degrees warmer than yesterday. clouds are mere now. we're just waiting for the rain. 56 degrees at philadelphia international. the wind out of the south at 15
miles an hour. that will help with the warmup and help push temperatures even as the clouds start producing rain later th er thir this morns afternoon. it's already in central pennsylvania. look at the line of some more moderate showers. even the possibility of heavy downpours with this one. massive snow to the noncht there's cold air lurking off to the northwest. that arrives for the weekend. but today it's only going to be welt. by 11:00 we'll see steadier rainfall in wilmington and philadelphia and even the possibility of a thunderstorm as we go into the afternoon hours. that's 1:00 this afternoon. then we'll get a break, maybe even a little bit of snipe. 3:00. there will still be a few scattered showers and as we go through the evening hours, wilmington might have a delay. then things change for tomorrow. 1:00 in the morning, a little
bit chilly to start with. we'll be dry during the day for friday, so it's good news for the villanova parade. today, though, will not be dry. rain moving in. a chance of some thunderstorms. high temperatures in tupper 50s and low 60s. that's typical for this time of year. it gets chillier tomorrow with the wind shifting. we'll see clouds, breaks of sunshine, but mainly dry. 54 after a low of 41. then the temperatures plunge into saturday. 35 saturday morning. we may see some scattered snow showers saturday morning, possibly even grassy accumulation to the north but then rain and 60 in the afternoon. the showers will be out of here sunday, 49. look at the warmup next week. we'll be dry in the afternoon. a chance of evening showers. 63 with showers on tuesday and then we finally get snienld mild temperatures on the same day, wednesday. april showers go. to deal with it. all right. 6:20 on this thursday. i'm sure a lot of folks are getting up, getting ready to go
to work, go to school. >> jessica has details if you're taking route 309, right, jess? >> that's right. a lot of cars not out the door yet. we don't see any major delays. you can see the traffic moving along just fine in either direction. skew cool expressway still not starting to see any delays for our drive times at the most from the center citi. this is in hamilton township. if you're heading to the new jersey transit train station around trenton, you'll be fine. speaking of mass transit, running on time or dloes schedule for the most part across the bore. we'll have more updates for you when i come back in the next ten minutes. vai. >> jessica, thank you. imagine a phone call, you pick it up, and you hear this. >> that's president obama and the villanova head coach jay
wright. hear his comments and the message to the team. that's coming up at 6:30. plus a sneak peek. ahead of the democratic debate we're hosting this evening. in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies
for two members it could be the last time. josh hart and kris jenkins have big decisions to make. return to villanova for their senior season or try their luck with the nba draft. they do have the option to go through the predraft process to get feedback before making their final decision though. >> i look to my parents for support, you know, to see who -- you know, what do i go. i'm definitely going to go through the process. >> i'll go through the process. if the feedback is good, we ool go from there. if not, i've got to another year of college.
>> a group evaluates underclassmen and will let each know where and if they'll be drafted. hey, good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with a check on your first alert traffic. no real problems in either direction. we're actually having a pretty quiet morning. construction cleared out of the way. we'll check on it. for now let's get a check on today's forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> cloudy at the shore. in fact, for the rest of the area too. it is mild this morning. 54 degrees at cape pay. don't forget your umbrella because eventually the rain will arrive. >> thank you, bill. 10,000 people were feeling the bush last night at temple today. bernie sanders is in philadelphia trying to sway voters where he's speaking today, plus the explosive comment he made about hillary
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>> what a warmup. we're already in the mid-50s this morning. bill henley is tracking some showers this morning as well. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm rosemy connors. the wet weather is coming in the next few hours. let's get more in the next few hours. good morning, bill. >> good morning. not going to see sunshine. this is a live view from chestnut hill which is completely dry and about 25 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. a much warmer morning, but it is going to get damp. dry right now. look to the west. you can see the showers already moving through pennsylvania. that's part of the line that will move through washington and be here later this morning and through the afternoon. with that line will come a chance of thunderstorms. but in spite of all that, these numbers will be climbing.
in fact, these are already warmer when we went on the air. south philadelphia was in the 40s. 52 degrees. 53 and criming in red soxville. the airport is 56. cloudy rainy day. don't forget your umbrella. at 8:00 we'll be dry. neighborhood by neighborhood-forecast when i come back in ten minutes. let's see if anything's affecting the roads with jessica boyington. >> we're starting to see an increase in drive times wchl're seeing this 22-minute trip. average speeds starting to drop into the neighborhood right now. we're see ing 22 minutes added o your commute. that's closed between park lane and henry avenue. route 73 around the new jersey turnpike in new jersey. you can see no problems really in either direction.
any time we see -- of course, the lights are green. we see a little bit of backup but everything is moving along nicely and headed toward the turnpike. i'll have an update for you and over to the new jersey freeway when i come back in the next ten. >> 6:33 right now. the push for the pennsylvania vote continues today. >> that's right. bill clinton is heading out and bernie sanders is heading out. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live in center city with more on what bernie sanders said, what he'll be doing tonight and which candidates should tone it down just a bit. pam? >> reporter: good morning, rosemary and vai. another day for bernie sanders to get voters on his side. now, he's scheduled to speak in just a matter of hours before the afl-cio convention. now this will have the opportunity -- or here he will have the opportunity, rather, to
speak to union leaders across the street. last night bernie sanders rallied with 10,000 supporters at temple university. things got personal. at that rally he went off hillary clinton telling rallygores he doesn't believe she's qualified. >> i've won seven out of the last eight primary caucuses so somebody must think i'm doing something right. >> reporter: former governor ed rendell spoke with our nbc 10 studios. he thinks it's about time both candidates back off from attacking one another. >> sanders should back down. he's giving republicans fodder for the fall. and secretary clinton shouldn't rise to the bait and attack bernie sanders certainly not personally because we're going to need sanders' voters to the turn out and vote for clinton in the fall. it behooves both of our kaelkts to tone it down a little bit. >> during our one on one with
senator sanders last night, he said he's for trade policies that benefit workers rather than ceos of companies. one of the many points he'll be speaking to in front of the union leaders three weeks ahead of the pennsylvania primary. reporting live in center city, i'm pamela osborne, "nbc 10 news." >> thank you. and former president clinton will be live to speak to his wife's voters. in the cedarbrook section of the city. and we, of course, are counting down the days until the democratic national convention comes to philadelphia. it begins july 25th when the city will play host to the candidates, the delegates, and, of course, all the political drama and today philadelphia's mayor will announce network improvements for the upcoming
convention. >> that right. mayor kinney will also announce at&t as the communications and technology adviser. tap on the nbc 10 nap to stay on top of all the developments in philadelphia. plus you can solve the presidential primaries and, of course, all things politics. speaking of politics. three democrats are vying for their party's nomination for pennsylvania attorney general. >> yeah. they'll square off tonight. they're northampton county attorney general john morganelli, district attorney josh shapiro and district attorney stephen zappala. you can watch it on nbc 10 or on the nbc 10 app.
now the news down the shore. atlantic city leaders have made a move to stave off the city hall shutdown that was due to take effect tomorrow. yesterday they voted unanimously to adopt a 28-day payroll cycle stind of a 14-day two-week cycle. this will allow them to collect may 1st tax revenue to stay afloat. workers will get paid this friday but then not again till may 6. in the meantime the state senate has approved a stake takeover plan by governor chris christie. today the state assembly will consider an alternative plan that would establish goals that atlantic city would have to reach before the city takes over city finances. and today philadelphia archbishop chaput will host elementary month. he'll honor students from throughout the diocese. the archbishop will give a speech and offer a blessing. you play remember in 2012 the
church convicted him over a sex abuse case involving a priest. that decision was overturned. today governor tom wolf will sign an executive order. lit prevent discrime nation from people based on gender identity. he'll call on them to pass it. he wants to make clear that pennsylvania is inclusive, welcoming, and open to business for everyone. also today the philadelphia gay news will celebrate its 40th anniversary. it will commemorate a special edition tonight at the academy of fine arts. what a turnaround. 55 degrees.
a mild morning but a cloudy one. we're waiting for the cluds to produce rain, tracking showers, and a chance of thunderstorms. they'll be here later this morning. this weekend, though, cold comes back. don't get used to the mild weather. even a chance of rain and snow showers. right now, dry, 51 degrees in reading. the clouds are in place. it's 52 degrees in cape may. they've covered the field. rain will be moving in. there is a chance that some showers will delay the home opener at just after 6:00 this even. cloudy right now. this morning we'll start seeing nothing but clouds. the clouds are producing rain in central pennsylvania. heavy downpours. this is the line that's going to be here later this morning and into tachb. it's not going to be here all day. the potential for showers and thunderstorms will be on the move. light rain mainly in the
suburbs, into new castle and delaware. you can see the heavier rainfall into the noontime and early afternoon hours. at 1:00, there it goes pushing through the area. may even get breaks of sunshine during the afternoon. but there are some more showers that are going to be moving in from the west and that could delay the blue rocks play and there may be more showers coming in. but just rain until we get to the forecast. t m when i'm back in ten minutes. >> time to get a look at traffic and check on area brilks. >> yeah. find out who's backed up this morning. jessica boyington is keeping an eye this morning. jessica? >> watching the ben franklin. not a lot of construction. that's later on.
you can see a slowdown. otherwise we're doing okay. i checked in with the walt whitman and we're clear. we have reports of a road obstruction out there, though. out in bucks county on county line road and titus avenue and the 42 freeway in new jersey looks grts so far. no real increase in drive times yet. northbound to those bridges once you get there. you can see a bit of a slowdown. this is in deptford around route 41. thanks, jess. safe to say we know this voice we hear on the other end of a phone call. >> when the president this you're cool, chances are you're probably cool. president obama with jay wright next. and this girl scooped a story when there was a murder in
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flyers will hit the ice, this time at the wells fargo center as we take a live look at south philadelphia. the puck drops against the maple leafs at 7:00 this evening and it's one of three games left this season and the flyers are making postseason push. the push has gotten a little harder after a loss last night. red wings shutting out the flyers, 3-0. they're leading the fliers in the wild-card chase. it wasn't any better for the phils.
they blew a lead. 3-2. the phillies clois out the series with the red this afternoon. first pitch at 12:35. nbc 10 your home for phillies' home opener. the pregame special begins at 2:00 p.m. the first pitch begins at 3:00 right here on nbc 10. and villanova university canceled all classes tomorrow. >> i think if they didn't do that, they'd have empty classrooms with professors in the front wondering where everybody is. they're all going to be downtown in center city so they can be there for the victory parade that begins tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. there will be some road closures that could impact traffic throughout our area, so keep it in mind. before the parade, the players are getting a chance to unwind. >> i stayed in my room, ate some
ice cream, watched the tv show "o.j." and played with my xbox, that's all i did. >> i stayed in my bed, talked to my family, caught up on some sleep. >> if you're at work and can't get down to the parade but still want to watch it, we're going to be covering it. we're going to stream it live. the tributes continue to pour in for the whole team. >> yeah. new this morning we're hearing the call president obama placed to head coach jay wright. take a listen to this. >> your team showed grit and really a high care terk team. >> thank you. >> it with uas a pleasure to wa. congratulate all of them. tell jenkins he looked pretty cool out there. >> you and i know he's such a big fan. >> you and i were saying jay wright was cool as a cucumber
when the shot went off, you know? >> president obama told jay wright he's looking forward to the team visiting the white house really soon. a young reporter getting a lot of attention and not all good attention on facebook. >> she's only 9 years old and already covering serious stories. take a look. >> i was able to inform the people that there was a terrible murder hours before my competition even got to the scene. >> her name is hilde kay lysiak. moments later she was flooded with e-mail questioning whether she should report such serious crimes. >> i was disgusted that this cute little girl is reporting on this instead of hosting a tea party. >> she's going to keep doing it. more power to her.
we're going to keep an eye on the sky. the clouds are already here. we're waiting for rain. you can see a little break in the clouds. before that happens, we'll see rain 56. the wind out of the south is helping the keep temperatures warm in spite of the rain coming in. what a cold start. 40ss. it will warm into the upper ep and low 60s. it's warm right now but the rain has been slowly moving through pennsylvania and the south. the lineup of steady showers, that's a possibility for us later this afternoon. to the north, that's where the cold air is holding for now. look at the showers moving through eastern north dakota and into minnesota. that's our weekend. that's saturday for us. a chance of some showers.
today it will only be rain. the first line moves through and conditions will improve. we see more than an inch of rain. future weather showing 1:00 tomorrow. parade time, philadelphia, 47 degrees. the winds will be blowing. it's going to be a chilly one. topping out in the 50s. then as we go toward the weekend. rain and snow showers. for today, way above freezing. rain and a thunderstorm chance later this many offen and this afternoon. tomorrow you'll fill the chilly breeze. dry for the parades.
it clears out on sunday but stays chilly. the warmup comes monday. the clouds increase and late showers are possible monday most likely the in eechg. phillies should be able to get their game in. we'll be watching. finally sunshine and mild on wednesday. >> 6:51 on this thursday morning. you know what that meaning this time of day. the trouble spots start to cop up on the roads. >> there's trouble on i-59. jessica, i see a police cruiser and a tow truck. tell us where that is? >> bucks town around moontown road. it dice to an accident scene and it appears -- of course, they keep moving the camera in and out. something to watch out for. no big delays by the scene yet. headed northbound right around tyson avenue. and the schuylkill expressway starting to see some of those expressways that we're used to. we're seeing, of course, most of that delay into center city from
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four minutes before 7:00. let's get a check. >> the debate is moving back to trenton as the lawmakers are seeing another trend, how to bail the cash strand city out of the financial situation. the town has been hurting financially since the closure of four of its 12 casinos. and the governor has voted in favor. the mayor says he no longer wants that plan in place because it puts too much chromeover collective bargaining unions. many say the plan is union busting. they had to shut the doors on friday because they couldn't meet payroll. council passed a plan passing the pay cycle. workers won't get paid again
until may. they'll pay to begin collecting. deanna durante, nbc 10 news. >> today it's bernie sanders'tursanders sanders' turn. >> sanders is coming off a rally with more than 10,000 supporter last night. he believes he's more qualified than hillary clinton. >> today she'll get help on the campaign trail in philadelphia from her husband. bill clinton will be in town organizing an event in the cedars brook neighborhood. she talked about boosting manufacturing jobs and protecting trade deals. >> masters like no other. the tournament starts today in augusta, georgia.
tiger woods won't be there. he withdrew month because of back injury. check this out. former champion gary player stole the show. that's a hole-in-one on the par 3 contest at the augusta national. 8 years old. city looking good. it's about to get easier starting this saturday. patco will run more frequent trains. they'll run every 20 minutes on saturday instead of every 25. hey, everyone. good morning. it's jessica boyington. one last check. we're watching bucks county right around newtown road not causing a lot of delays but it's something to watch out for. vehicle over to the shoulder and into the side grassy area as well. we're also watching a grassy scene in the northeast area on the boulevard around titan avenue. we were trying to look at it
around the black horse pike. also watch for construction on the betsy ross bridge. that will be closed until about may. no problems on the westbound bridges. mass transit doing okay for right now. we're under clouds this morning. no rain just yet but it's on the way it's going to be moving through the area this morning. it will be steadier later this morning. you can see to the west of harrisburg, though, are the more moderate showers that will be here later this morning and later this afternoon. with those, a chance of a thunderstorm and a warmup in spite of it. 59 degrees at 9:00. wi should be at 60 or 61 or 62 in philadelphia, but the rain will bring temperatures down a little bit as we go into the later afternoon hours. we meet see a break of sunshine later today. if you have been wondering where tracy davidson has been in
the mornings this week, you'll see her at 7:00 for an important debate for the democratic candidates for attorney general in p.a. be sure to watch it. good morning and welcome to new york. >> ted cruz gets a chilling reception at his first new york city event and donald trump tries to make cruz's past words content. >> talking about new york values with hatred of new york. >> on the democratic side things take a nasty turn. >> i don't believe she is qualified skblmpt it the battle for new york is on. reported tornadoes rip across the south. at least two people injured, homes destroyed as crews struggled to contain wild fires. >> over the top?