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moving through the ohio valley into northwestern pennsylvania. that will start affecting parts of our area later this morning. right now, though, dry and much warmer than yesterday. 63 degrees in new jersey, lehigh valley, 50s, upper 50s for delaware and just dropped to 59 degrees in philadelphia. a warm start, a warmer afternoon, in fact, summer-like levels today. 83 degrees. look it comes with the possibility of some scattered showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon. as you can see by the seven-day forecast, this is going to be the warmest day that we'll have for a while. i'll take a look at the chance of storms with the futurecast when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington watching your first alert traffic. we have a lot of construction to talk about. one is something kind of big this morning. the burlington bristol bridge still closed. it's supposed to clear by 5:00 this morning which is about right now. we are still seeing the closure in place and construction crews on site. take the tacony palmyra at least for the next 15 minutes or so,
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so you can at least be safe with no traffic or backups there. here's the vine street expressway. it is closed for construction. right now we're open. we didn't have any problems with that this morning. westbound or eastbound, now right around 24th street. no problem getting to the schuylkill or 95. watching a disabled vehicle in montgomery on north wales road and bethlehem pike. no other major delays to talkç about. i'll keep you updated on the burlington bristol bridge closure in the next ten minutes. vai? now to decision 2016. today is the primary election day in delaware and pennsylvania. holding primaries also in maryland and connecticut. we're here at the national constitution center to answer the bigger questions. what role do our local states play? how big a role, how important is your vote today? again, pennsylvania and delaware, two of five states holding primary elections too. voters in maryland, connecticut and rhode island will also head to the poles. who's on the ballot? voters in all five states will
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cast ballots for presidential nominees. in pennsylvania, senate, congress, state attorney general and the state legislature as well. why do today's primaries in pennsylvania and delaware matter? by the time the presidential races make it 0 our region every four years we usually have a good idea of who the nominees are going to be. not this year. sara winski who developed the headed to the white house exhibit here at the national constitution center told us pennsylvania and delaware are key in this election cycle because there's no clear winner from either party. >> it's very unusual to get to the point where you have both parties with all these candidates still in the race and still coming to pennsylvania and our region to campaign. >> in pennsylvania, there are 210 delegates up for grabs for democrats, 71 delegates for republicans. in our next half hour, we'll explain exactly how those delegates are awarded. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at a polling location in bristol, bucks county. you found out one of the most
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asked questioned is, where do i vote, right? >> that's right, tracy. you have to go to the right precinct where you live. that's where you will go to vote. i'll walk you through that process of how you find that out in just a moment. first off, i'll tell you the polls in pennsylvania and delaware both open at 7:00 a.m. just two hours from now. they close at 8:00 p.m. new jersey is not voting today. these are closed primaries. what does that mean? that means you can only vote for the candidates in the party which you're registered. if you don't hqv a party affiliation, you won't be able to select your choice for the presidential nominee today. what about identification? in pennsylvania, you only need some proof of identity if you're voting for the first time. in delaware, you will be asked for i.d. but if you don't have one, then you'll have to sign a form, an affidavit before you can vote. quite a bit to keep in mind today. if you do have questions, there is a voter protection and rights hot line you can call. >> we do get a lot of calls.
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the more heats the election, especially in a presidential year, the more calls we get to the hot line. we love receiving those calls, because our sole purpose is to have more people engage in the democratic process. >> and that hot line number is 866-our-vote. 866-our-vote. you can call it all day before you vote or if you have problems at the poll, it's nonpartisan. the folks are there to help you out. here is how to find your polling location. we have a website. i'm about to tweet a link for you. we also have it on go to the state voting website. pennsylvania you put in your county, city, street address and you can find out your polling location that way. in delaware, you have the same ability to do that or you can just put in your name and find out your polling location that way. there's a way to find that out before you head to the polls and go to the wrong place.
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again, things to keep in mind before you vote today. we'll be going through that process throughout the morning. i found interesting facts about voting in pennsylvania and delaware. i'll break that down for you in the next hour. live in bristol, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> all right, matt, thanks for that. this summer 'kongs convenience, especially for the rains could be historic. i'll explain what a contested convention is and how the political drama could play out. vai? we look forward to that, tracy. we'll check in with you in a few minutes. getting a closer look at what the contested would mean at a convention. all right. moving forward çnow. tonight tonight hillary clinton will be the only presidential candidate in our area as the primary results come in. the other candidates are already looking ahead to the next race as nbc 10's katy zachry is live this morning with the details on their agendas today. what do they have planned? >> hillary clinton will speak to supporters tonight at the pennsylvania convention center in philadelphia.
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the latest nbc news poll has her 15 points ahead of bernie sanders in the pennsylvania primary. both candidates sat down for separate town hall meetings last night at the national constitution center where tracy is this morning. then it was off to get out the vote rallies for each candidate. bernie sanders spoke to a crowd at drexel university where he got support from actress susan sarandon as you see there. the mayor, governor and other local political leaders joined hillary clinton in front of a crowd of hundreds. >> i need every one of you to go out and work as hard as you can and convince everybody you can talk to to come out and vote. >> tomorrow let us see in pennsylvania the highest voter turnout in the history of the state. >> reporter: bernie sanders will spend the day stumping in west
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virginia ahead of next week's primary in that state. pollsters say expect to see a record republican voter turnout tonight. front-runner donald trump will watch the rules come in from new york city. he rallied yesterday in our area at west chester university, then he proceeded on to wilkes-barre last night where he had a message for his two party owe points. >> folks, they ought to both drop out of the race. we ought to unify the republican party. they want everybody else to have better seats than them. >> reporter: trump's comments come after cruz and kasich announced they would strategize against him in all the remaining primaries to try and prevent trump from gaining enough delegates to win the gop nomination.ç kasich held a town hall in western pennsylvania last night. the ohio governor told the crowd he and cruz are trying to spend resources where they can have the best success in beating
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trump. he spoke to supporters at south philadelphia's penrose diner yesterday morning and has since canceled a primary watch party he had scheduled in indiana tonight. we've reached out to his campaign to find out where he will be instead. > now, ted cruz will spend the day in indiana where he has a rally planned. it's that state where he hopes to beat donald trump. the texas senator travelled across indiana appealing to kasich supporters to unite behind his campaign. here's some information. a top aide for cruz says the campaign identified a short list of possible vice presidential candidates, one of them being former business executive and unsuccessful presidential candidate carly fiorina. i'm katy zachry, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> it is dry now and the temperatures running much warmer today. it's the beginning of a bigger warmup than we saw yesterday. we were into the upper 70s
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yesterday afternoon. notice the seven-day forecast, your seven day, one seven day for each part of our viewing area shows temperatures will be summerlike this afternoon. the lehigh valley, 50s for delaware and philadelphia is in the 50s. look at south jersey. what a turnaround from earlier in the week when we saw some 30s on this map. no sign of that this morning. voorhees is at 57 degrees. mt. laurel, 59 and 57 degrees in cinnaminson. a warm start and an even warmer afternoon. but if you're heading out, you might want to take the umbrella with you. it's a dry morning commute, that changes later today. much warmer. you can leave the jacket at home, too, the thick jacket that is. summer-like warmth this afternoon. it will likely fuel storms later today. most likely during the late afternoon and into the evening hours, just in time for the evening commute. then showers and storms will be clearing out this eveniég.
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by later this evening, we'll be completely dry and be heading for a dry day tomorrow. this is the lien we're watching into northwestern pennsylvania. the storms that came through first thing this morning are completely offshore. this line looks impressive right now into northwestern pennsylvania and the ohio valley. it's going to impact pittsburgh more than our area. this will largely fall apart. don't let that fool you. another line, though, doesn't look like much will develop and that will give us the possibility of storms later today. the forecast calling for a dry morning for philadelphia and a big warmup, near 80 degrees. that's by lunch time and then showers and thunderstorms develop for the later afternoon hours. the suburbs, those storms possible as early as noontime. 77 degrees at that hour in the lehigh valley. though it's dry this morning. showers and possibly thunderstorms develop by later this morning and continue into the afternoon hours. delaware for most of the day is going to be dry. noontime, 80 degrees or there abouts.
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into the low 80s this afternoon. you'll see the showers and thunderstorms develop for delaware and new jersey. 78 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. at the jersey shore, not as warm. not as much fuel for the storms. once they get started they'll be arriving at the shore as well. 4:00, 75 degrees with a chance of the storms popping up. the wind will be stronger today. we'll see strong gusts, especially if we get that thunderstorm development this afternoon. here's a look at the next five days for philadelphia and for the jersey shore. it stays chillier with another chance of showers coming into thursday and friday. tomorrow, philadelphia gets a break but look at the cooldown from 83 degrees today to 66 for tomorrow and then even cooler with the rain coming down for thursday and friday. and it starts to clear at least for the first part of the weekend, saturday we'll see sunshine and up to 65 degrees in philadelphia. 50s at the jersey shore. that's the next five days. there's the seven day. when i come back in ten minutes, your ten-day outlook.
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vai? >> thank you, bill. 5:11. just about 5:12 this tuesday morning. good time to get out the door. it's prerush hour.ç let's check in with jessica boyington who has a look at your traffic in south jersey, route 55. >> that's right, vai, around millville, new jersey around 55. right around route 49. no problems in either direction. every once in a while you see a car move through. roads are doing great in millville. we're watching the burlington bristol bridge, construction that is closing in. it was supposed to be out there until 5:00. but it always takes time for the cruise to clean up. if you want to be safe, take the tacony palmyra. the pa turnpike looks okay as well in either direction. 95 through delaware, no problems still in the green here, whether you're headed north or southbound, 11-minute trip at the most from 295 to 495 with speeds into the high 50s. vai? >> all right, thank you, jessica.
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it's gotten cooler, 59 degrees since we went on the air at 4:00 a.m. a community in delaware still trying to figure out what killed a high school opportunity there. just ahead, we'll tell you what neighbors in wilmington will be dining today while police continue their investigation. tracy? we're live at the national constitution center as we continue our live coverage of primary day for delaware and pennsylvania voters. next i'll show you inside this interactive exhibit here at the national constitution center called headed to the white house. remember, that nbc 10 is your place to be for election results. and election night coverage, we'll have live updates throughout the evening. the will provide behind the scenes access to our newsroom. be sure to watch nbc 10 news at 11:00 for up-to-the-minute results.
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welcome back to our live coverage of primary day 2016.ç voters go to the polls in delaware and pennsylvania. we're here live at the national constitution center which is a great resource to keep you prepared for this election season. especially this interactive exhibit. it's called headed to the white house. nbc 10 is the media sponsor and we teamed up with the national constitution center to walk you through every step of the political process. take a look. the exhibit is full of interactive experiences that walk you through running for office while learning the history of the presidential process. you can declare your candidacy,
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make a political ad, even sit in the oval office. you'll also learn the rules of the election process, including a term we've heard a lot, contested convention. that will happen if none of the candidates get a majority of delegates to win the primary. for democrats, 2,383 and for republicans, it's 1,237. if neither party reaches those numbers, that sets up a contested convention. >> technically, a contested convention is a convention where no one party has the majority going into the convention but there's still a chance it could be worked out before the voting starting happening and there still might be a candidate who wins on the first ballot. >> if no one wins on that first ballot, the delegates become unbound and they vote again. when they become unbound they can vote for whoever they want to. for months you've heard the
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candidates talk about delegates and just how many are needed to win the nomination. ahead in our next half hour, we take a closer look at the delegate count and explain how delegates are selected, both in pennsylvania and in delaware. it's different. vai? >> looking forward to getting more information on the delegate count. thank you, tracy. the students, staff and parents at one montgomery county elementary school are helping to raise awareness about autism. students at colonial elementary school in plymouth meeting, montgomery county, spent weeks building join the autism ribbons. today the kids will hold up the ribbon outsideç the school. april is autism awareness month and colonial students have been learning about the condition. in the school district, children with autism work and learn alongsi alongside their peers. >> everyone has to understand they learn differently, they may
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need more support. we're accommodating and we make it work. if we can make it work here, it can work anywhere. >> we're trying to make them feel part of the community and not feel left out. >> the district says today's event is part of the effort to send a message that autism affects everyone. 5:19. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington, a few minutes ago, about ten minutes ago she looked at 55. now let's take a look at 95. >> we're on 295, vai. >> yes. >> keeping it in new jersey right now. we're in west deptford around route 130. no problems in either direction. if you're heading into delaware from this point, headed southbound from the 42 freeway to the delaware memorial bridge, still doing okay with a 23-minute trip. average speeds, 65 miles per hour. some people are flying out there. we can see that through our cameras. not a lot of construction or projects messing with the lanes. we still have a partial lane closure heading into delaware. of course earlier last week we
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saw delays on to the turnpike and 295. right now we're not going to see any of that. watch out for that construction heading into delaware this morning. still construction on the burlington bristol bridge. they're cleaning up the area right now. it's supposed to re-open around 5:00 this morning, a tiny bit behind schedule. your alternate is take the tacony palmyra. no scheduled openings there. north wales road and bethlehem pike and the schuylkill expressway and 95 look okay. drive times are well into the green. updates when i'm back in ten. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 5:20 and milder this morning with temperatures near 60 degrees right now. live view from center city from the comcast center. completely dry this morning. overnight. and likely to have more during the day. seven-day forecast shows that will not be the only chance of showers coming in this week, however. 7:00, dry, 62 degrees. by 10:00, 74 degrees.
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we'll get sunshine, some clouds with showers that will be developing as the day goes on. cooler in the suburbs at 54 degrees. not much cooler. south jersey is at 63. the jersey shore, 58 degrees and there are a couple degrees -- couple locations at the 60 degree mark in philadelphia. fox chase, society hill, pe chestnut hill, 56 degrees right now. with that heat will come the potential for summer-like storms. right now showers to the north. they will stay to the north this morning. but this line is on the move and that's the next possibility of showers for our area. look at the futurecast, how it brings these showers at 9:00 into harrisburg. you might even see sprinkles in allentown at that time. as we go into the late morning and early afternoon hours, that line of showers is on the move. this is 11:00 in the morning. there's the possibility of showers in new castle county in
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delaware, into philadelphia. that first line of showers moves through and offshore but then watch north and west. there's a possibility of isolated scattered showers as we go into the late afternoon hours. with those showers we could see thunderstorm development. keep an eye on the sky for today. this as i mentioned won't be our only chance of showers. it will be the warmer day in our ten-day outlook. 83 degrees this afterfan. that's 6 degrees warmer than it got yesterday. tomorrow, 60, 66, a cooler start, near 50 in the morning with partly sunny skies. looks typical spring day for tomorrow. then more much needed rain for thursday and friday. look at the cooldown, upper 50s both days. just in time for saturday, it's drying out. that may not be the end of the rain for the weekend. got the blue cross broad street run first thing sunday morning. sunday afterfan there's a chance we'll see showers. 68 degrees after a çchilly morning in the upper 40s. monday, more rain and then a
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chance of some showers for tuesday and wednesday before we dry out thursday. vai? thank you, bill. 23 minutes past 5:00 a.m. on this tuesday. 26th of april. brazilian flavor, just ahead, we'll show you a taste of rio as we count down to the 2016 summer olympic games. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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morning's cnbc business news. good morning, landon. >> hi there, vai. good morning to you as well. wall street looks to rebound from monday's modest losses. futures are higher this morning. the nasdaq posting its first three-day losing streak since february. look for data today on home prices, durable goods and consumer confidence. the fed kicks off a to-day meeting and we get earnings from apple, twitter and chipotle. the nasdaq slipping 10 to 4,895. >> we like a rebound. thanks, landon. have a great day. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> you may have heard rumbles of thunder overnight. it's dry right now. but that's likely to change during the day. another round of showers, possibly thunderstorms, as it really heats up. right now, 59 degrees in center city. that's a live clear view across the delaware this morning. at 5:26, get a check of traffic with jessica boyington in the first alert traffic center.
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jessie? >> we're watching 78 in the lehigh valley, lehigh street. no problems in either direction. we'll touch on the schuylkill expressway when i come back. i'm tracy davidson live at the national constitution center. this morning we areç breaking down today's primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. just ahead, i'll be explaining what the delegates are, how the process works and what this all means for the presidential race. most new wealth flows it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by millions of small contributions. people like you who want to fight back. the truth is you can't change a corrupt system by taking its money. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message. join us for real change.
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this is nbc 10 news. right now on "nbc 10 news today," primary day. we are now less than two hours away from the polls opening in pennsylvania and delaware. we're breaking down exactly what you need to know. voters in pennsylvania, you'll see more than the presidential candidates' names on your ballot. >> meanwhile at 5:30 this morning, we're focusing on lincoln financial field. right now we're tracking showers and thunderstorms in our area. we could even see hail today. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. live at the national constitution center. today is primary day for voters in pennsylvania and delaware. and this morning, we're taking a closer look at the role those voters will play in nominating, in choosing the nominees on both the democratic and


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