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today. right now it's the pennsylvania suburbs and into philadelphia. seeing the rainfall. an a few scattered showers in new jersey as well. the showers moving off to the northeast. we can see the heavier spots where it's coming down in the lehigh valley, a little heavier. that will be exiting in the next few minutes. we'll see this on and off rainfall during the day today. dry to our southwest. we will get breaks during the day. a little bit of fog this morning. not too bad at this hour. coatesville, five-mile visibility. five miles an hour in the pottstown area. if you're headed into the poconos, you'll find dense fog to start with. temperatures that are in the 40s and low 50s, very narrow range. 48 degrees in the pennsylvania suburbs. 49 in south jersey and 51 right now in philadelphia. at bustleton, 51 degrees, society hill is 50 and about the same for chestnut hill in andorra. uniform, thanks to the clouds and that steady breeze out of the northeast. it will make for another dreary one today.
there is light at the end of the tunnel, seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen. we'll talk about the weekend forecast, a look at mother's day when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. we're seeing slowdowns here on 95, one lane headed northbound on 95 just past the that off ramp is also closed to traffic. no access to the blue route northbound from 95 northbound this morning. there's also different lane restrictions headed north or construction. should be clearing very soon. also out in monroe township in closing a portion of 322 in both directions around high street. detours. detours are posted through the cross keys road or delsea drive will get you by the scene. more when i'm back in ten minutes. new there overnight, one person is dead and another is
hurt after two police-involved shoot innings philadelphia. >> the first shooting happened on grays avenue in southwest philadelphia. the second shooting happened in the city's overbrook section. nbc 10's katy zachry is live in overbrook this morning where that shooting turned deadly. tell us what you know, katy. >> reporter: tracy and vai, we know from police here at the scene that the person who was shot, the man who was shot near overbrook and lancaster avenue was killed, as you said. within the hour they've cleared the scene for the most part. they've opened up the intersection but they are still holding this menny van that we're pushing in on, the door is open. you can see an air bag has been deployed. they're still holding this as evidence. the shooting here happened around 1:00 this morning near the intersection of 63rd and overbrook avenue or near lancaster avenue. we're being told from investigators that uniformed and nonuniformed officers, also plain clothes officers were part of the shooting and several shots were fired from police and the man was killed.
they have notç released his identity yet. let's go to video from another scene that happened a short time before this. we do know from an earlier police shooting, this one at 53rd and grays avenue in southwest philadelphia that an armed man fired at police from a back porch. here's how it happened. >> they approached the male, telling the male to drop the weapon. that male aims and fires one shot at police, fires and misses. one of the officers fires two times back and shoots the male in the leg. >> that man, again, his identity has not been released. he's listed in stable condition at a local hospital with a bullet wound to both his l'eggs. there was also another individual, a man, inside that home who has been taken to southwest detectives for questioning and police are holding that scene in grays ferry. as soon as they get a search warrant, they will go inside the home, search for the weapon and other evidence associated with
that shooting. another update within the hour. reporting live in overbrook, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. > see you in the next hour or so, katy. thank you. and then there were two. >> this comes after trump's primary win in indiana and a decision from ted cruz last night to suspend his campaign. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live in the digital operations center with more about the shake-up in the presidential race and what's next. >> reporter: tracy, vai, good morning. republican donald trump took indiana with 53% of the vote. after trump's decisive rnc win, chairman reince priebus tweeted that trump will be the presumptive gop nominee and he said we all need to unite and focus on defeating hillary clinton. following his loss, cruz said the math leaves him no path to victory. >> we gave it everything we've got.
but the voters chose another path. we are suspending our campaign. >> meantime, trump praised cruz for taking that step. >> what ted did is really a very brave thing to do and a great thing to do. we want to bring unity to the republican party. >> reporter: as trump celebrated his win, democrat bernie sanders acknowledged his upset victory in indiana. >> i understand that secretary clinton thinks that this campaign is over. i've got some bad news for her. >> sanders acknowledged his path to victory is narrow but says the win in indiana gives him a burst of momentum. overnight sanders pulled the associated press there will be more victories in the weeks to come. hillary clinton used the indiana results to appeal to donors. she tweeted, donald trump is the
presumptive gop nominee. chip in now if we agree we can't let him become president. trump and clinton are zeroing in on their party's nominations. both candidates have commanding delegate leeds. sanders' win added to his delegate total but the vermont 4zm5áznton.close to 800 behind trump's victory in indiana cat pulled his delegate count north of 1,000 and has him less than 200 delegates from the nomination. and they can this out from last night in indiana. ted cruz accidentally hit his wife in the head. here it is again in slow motion. it happens after cruz told supporters he was dropping out of the race, adding insult to injury. candidates on both sides will compete next in the west virginia primary next tuesday. and contests in oregon the following tuesday. five more states will have their say june 7th including the delegate rich states of california and new jersey.
i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. meantime with less than three months to go until the democratic national convention in philadelphia, organizers realize that you might have questions. today they want you to have answers. convention officials are holing a community forum this evening at 5:30 at philadelphia high school for creative and performing arts. they will answer questions for businesses like how you can make sure your business gets found on google. organizers also want to tell you about the meetings they've been having with cell phone companies to make sure your phone works when 50,000 people converge on the city for the convention. an inmate is on the run this morning after he escaped a prison in atlantic county, just 19 days before he was scheduled to be paroled. arthur buck was missing at bed check yesterday morning at the ancora psychiatric hospital at bayside state prison in
hammington. police officers in three communities canvassed wooded areas, camps and rural neighborhoods near the prison but found no sign of buckle. it's second time an inmate escaped the same psychiatric unit in the past six months. philadelphia police released surveillance video of a woman who was able to save herself from being raped. this man in a hoodie stalked and tried to rape a woman on april 20th around 1:30 in the morning around 13th and warden. when he attacked, the woman hit him in the threat and pepper sprayed him. the struggle woke up neighbors who tried to help. >> wasn't sure what was going on until i heard the woman scream yell fire which i know to be code for sexual assault. i raised my windows, tried to find out where she was. >> since the attack, police passed out bulletins to warn the neighbors. complete commend the woman for
being aware of her surroundings. now your first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 52 degrees, 5:08. wildwood, showers moving through south jersey. that's not the only spot. we'll see on and off showers and plenty of clouds all day long with a minimal warmup this afternoon. we'll be stuck in the 50s today. it's in the lower 50s right now. this is the seven day at the bottom of the screen. there are warmer days ahead. this will not be one of them. rain, 51 degrees in philadelphia. at the jersey shore, 49 degrees. ocean city is 51 degrees. notice the winds, those northeasterly winds, that has not changed. we're stuck in the pattern and the forecast winsç for today, look at this, 12 mile-an-hour wins in millville and wildwood. 16 miles an hour in atlantic city. that will keep bringing in the chilly conditions off the ocean and keep the clouds in place, too, with misty conditions. scattered showers right now. you can see the showers moving
through cape may and new jersey and wildwood, seeing that rain fall while moderate showers entering the pennsylvania suburbs, a few spots where it's coming down steadier in northeastern philadelphia and scattered showers in gloucester and camden counties in new jersey. there will be breaks in the rainfall. see it's dry in d.c. for now. that's our future. that's going to be heading our way. if you're heading out the door, keep an umbrella handy. chance of showers for philadelphia, the pennsylvania suburbs and the lehigh valley. the temperatures, uniform, right in the middle 50s for somerton. the fog light this morning, it won't last. the clouds will be here this afternoon. easton, 55 degrees today. for delaware and soj jersey, middle 50s, occasional showers and at the shore, those northeasterly winds will continue blowing, keeping things in place during the day. 1:30 this afternoon, there you can see showers across philadelphia into new jersey and the pennsylvania suburbs. occasional showers.
we could see downpours late this afternoon. that's 6:30 this evening. then as we head into tomorrow, a good chance we'll see more showers with clouds staying put. a look toward the weekend. we'll get drying after some showers coming through on friday. they will take a break finally on saturday. the temperatures warming up nicely. on mother's day, another nice day. there's a chance of scattered showers but each of these areas will see sunshine as well. the morning showers will be clearing out in the afternoon. look at the ten-day forecast with a summer preview when i come back in ten minutes. 5:11. can't wait for the ten-day forecast. things will break here. >> there's always hope. >> there's always hopes the roads are clear. jessica boyington is watching 295. >> usually only when you tune in at the 4:00 or 4:00 a.m. hour they're clear. >> rewind. >> tune in at 6:00 and we'll talk then. 295 right now around route 130, no real problems.
23 minutes headed southbound from the 42 freeway. if you're heading to the delaware memorial bridge, that's there. we're watching that construction out in kelly drive. that will be there until about 6:30 this morning. the pa turnpike is doing okay for the most part. we're at a 23-minute drive time headed westbound to eastbound from route 1,vil valley forge. we also have seen a few problems there this morning already. >> 12 minutes past 5:00 right now. don't blame the doctors. a new study says medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the united states. let me tell you why the experts say it's not your doctor's fault. an entire city is being evacuated after a wildfire took
will be well represented at this conference. >> my mouth is watering, even at this hour. 12,500 people are in town for this craft brewers conference. it doesn't seem like a lot of people but that makes it the largest craft brewers conference of all time in america. last time it was held here, only 1,500 people showed up.ç when the expo itself opens today, it's not open to the public. it's only for those in the beer brewing industry. we wanted to know how much business craft beer brings, especially to our area. the brewers association tells me some 4,400 jobs in pennsylvania are directly from the breuer riz. a lot of them are at yards brewing company here in philadelphia. he said ten years ago they were just trying to survive. now they're on track to expand. >> it's amazing. when we started, we were like one of two.
then everybody started building br breweries and coming into the fold. it's awesome to see people who have a passion for making beer and serving great products. it's growing. it's awesome. >> the brewers association came up with a statistic that 75% of adults 21 or older live within ten miles of a brewery. you can see how much of a big business this is, about 600 breweries opened last year. with this lovely weather we have been having, being sarcastic here, it's been a great week to stay inside if you will. live in center city, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> matt, by the way, 5:17 a.m. it's 5:17 p.m. some place. just remember. the historic national shrine
of saint katharine drexel is up for sale. the 44-acre property is tucked away in bensalem, bucks county and houses the remains of the saint. she was born to the wealthy drexel family. she became a missionary to native american and black communities during the era of segregation in america. for decades her shrine has served local catholics seeking lately the pews have been empty. they say it's become too expensive to maintain the sprawling campus. next year, the body will be transferred to the cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul in philadelphia. an entire city in northern alberta has been evacuated because of a wildfire. unseasonably hot temperatures combined with dry conditions fueled the fire. ft. mccurry is the capital of the third largest reserve of oil
in the world. the wildfire destroyed several homes but no serious injuries have been reported. it is 5:19 on a wednesday morning. boy, it seems like it's been wet all week on the roads out there. not changing. >> windshield wipers just continue, jessica boyington. >> that's true. we're seeing a lot of windshield wipers, slippery spots, getting on and off of the highways and through intersections. there will be tricky spots for you. we've seen a few of those accidents since monday, since the beginning of the week for sure. even one that just cleared on the schuylkill expressway as well. we're also dealing with construction. here's 95 around the blue route. actually this construction just lifted a few moments ago. it was scheduled until about 5:00 this morning. a little bit behind schedule, which@5m understandable, of course. headed from 95 northbound to the blue route northbound ramp. that was closed for most of the morning. it just re-opened to traffic. for the most part, no big delays there. there's also an accident out in
upper moreland on davisville road and east county line road. that might set you back this morning. the schuylkill expressway, looks okay right through the conshohocken curve. we're also in the green. 13 minutes at the most if you're heading into center city eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway with speeds down into the 50s, still the high 50s. we're still moving along nicely. vai? >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> a cool, dreary weather continues. it is unseasonably cool. the temperatures are well below average. the normal high temperature is 70 degrees this time of year. look how cool it's been. we're going to stay cool today and right on through the end of the workweek. and it looks like we will be seeing rain for most of that time or at least a chance of some rain with some areas of fog, too, for philadelphia, the pennsylvania suburbs, lehigh valley, what you don't see here is any sunshine breaking through the clouds. the temperatures parked in the 50s for the most part.
delaware tomorrow could hit 60 degrees. that's not much warmer than what we will see this afternoon. so a dreary start and a cooler morning. we're at 51 degrees in philadelphia. the temperatures running 6 degrees to 7 degrees cooler in the area this morning. a little bit chillier. the clouds, the rain, that will be a factor as we go through the day. the steadier rain showers have been in the pennsylvania suburbs. light rain moving through philadelphia. we've seen just a few scattered showers in south jersey and delaware, looking at cloudy skies right now. we'll be watching to the southwest. this is where the weather is coming from, the rain showers will be moving back in this afternoon. that's when we could see some scattered thunderstorms. futurecast showing at 10:30 this morning, more light showers into lancaster and berks county. dry in philadelphia, wilmington and trenton. most of south jersey is dry with just a few sprinkles in delaware. go into the afternoon, here comes steadier rainfall. that's early in the afternoon. the heavier showers are in
central pennsylvania. we could see downpours during the late afternoon and early evening hours. that's at 5:30 today. doesn't look too bad there. this computer model showing maybe the same quiet as we head into the later evening hours. more possibilities for wet weather. 57 degrees today with occasional showers. some fog to start with. then showers and clouds hang in there, 59 degrees. steadier rainfall. this is one we could see gustier winds on friday. but you can't help but to notice we're back to normal over the weekend. a nice warmup on saturday. sunshine on sunday. mother's day, morning showers could roll through the area and then a nice break from the rain. the temperatures taking off. tuesday, wednesday and thursday, afternoon temperatures in the 80s. i can hear it now. what happened to spring? we didn't have a spring. well, we're going to get a summer preview, that's for sure. it will be cooling down as we head towards the end of the week. back to spring on friday.
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back over to you. >> cnbc's landon dowdy. thanks. see you tomorrow. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> 5:27. 52 degrees. another rainy one. steady showers moving through the pennsylvania suburbs. not seeing the low clouds we had yesterday. you can get a better view of the city. there are clouds and they are starting to get lower. a live view, looking from the adventure aquarium. right now, jessica boyington is watching your first alert traffic. jessie? we're watching route 309 around norristown road. it looks wet out there as well. traffic is moving along nicely. we have construction to talk about. i'll go over all the details when i come back at 5:30. justifiable shooting. we'll tell you about the court documents that say police in new castle county did the right thing when they opened fire on a man in a wheelchair. plus, glued to the screen. we'll tell you about the new study that involves teens and how they feel about their cell