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a deadly hit and run. this is what's left of a car. police say the driver hit the bus shelter so hard it flew 100 feet. new evidence that an explosion brought down egypt air flight 104. >> you will feel warmer temperatures no matter where you are. good morning, this is nbc 10 news. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. temperatures have been trending upwards and i think moving forward the next few days doing the same. let's get to first alert
meteorologist bill henley and his neighborhood forecast. >> i can tell you've been looking at the seven-day forecast that pops up at the bottom of the screen. these are the live pictures from around the area. starting to see breaks in the clouds in philadelphia. the rain is out of the picture for now. look at clouds thinning out. 11:00, 70 degrees and climbing. a chance for a shower, better chance for that at new jersey or the shore. the lehigh valley stays dry. we're headed for the 80s this afternoon. starting to see breaks of sin shine. king of prussia, clouds are breaking nicely. 66 degrees, up to 75 degrees at lynch ti lunch time. a warmup to the 70s and low 80s. lehigh valley, 81. at the shore, more likely to see showers, possibly a thunderstorm. that will limit temperatures
into the low 70s. climbing into the low 80s in philadelphia. future cast hour by hour when i come back in ten minutes. showers are most likely to pop up during the day today. let's see how traffic is moving. jessica boyington has the first alert traffic. >> this is around 8th street. no problems in either direction. we usually see more volume headed westbound towards the schuylkill. no delays there. we may see some delays on the tacony-palmyra. scheduled for an opening around 6:00 a.m. right now your best bet is to take the bet bsy ross bridge. here is root 55 in millville, new jersey. no problems here. not a lot of cars out there. maybe a damp commute as well on the roadways. watch for slippery spots. tracy? >> thank you. 6:02. we're following this breaking
news. philadelphia police are searching for the driver of a car that smashed into a bus canopy killing a plan wman who standing inside. >> the impact was so strong it sent the man and the canopy flying about 100 feet. katy zachry is live with us this morning. tell us what happened. >> reporter: you mentioned the impact of the crash, now that it is daylight, the damage and the scene out here is more startling. here is the car that police say hit and killed a man who was waiting at the bus stop. just beyond him, along the sidewalk, you can see was remains of the septa bus stop. the canopy that used to be at the corner of cottman and bustleton avenues, about 100 feet away. but early this morning it was thrown that distance along with the victim as a result of this crash. look at our video right now. police say they're looking for the driver of this 2003 lexus
that they say hit and killed a 40-year-old man who was waiting at the corner for a bus around 12:30 this morni morning. the damage to the lexus shows you how fast the car was going and how hard it hit the bus stop canopy and the victim. the driver crossed cotman avenue and drove on to the sidewalks. witnesses say the car took out everything in its path. then it came to a stop in the middle of the street. the driver got out, walked over to the victim who was lying on the sidewalk, looked at him and ran off. investigators do not have an identification on the victim. they say he was standing there waiting for the bus or trying to keep cover from the rain. he had a backpack on him but no identification. in terms of the suspect, the man they're looking for, they say he stands about 5'10", he has medium build and was last seen running away south on bustleton avenue wearing a white shirt. if you have any information on
who was driving this car, call accident investigators. reporting live in northeast philadelphia, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. officials in allentown found a man dead at the scene of a house fire. nbc 10 was close to the scene on newton street. we're told flames broke out before 2:00 this morning. crews put it out quickly. the victim was the only person inside at the time. breaking developments in the flight of 804. forensic experts in egypt say that after analyzing human remains, it appears the plane was taken down by an explosion. some debris has been located, but the hunt for the wreckage and the black boxes in the mediterranean sea continues. 66 passengers and crew were on board the flight when it crashed en route to cairo from paris. back at home, two shootings and two men found about two blocks away from each other. >> police are investigating right now and they think the shootings are related. here's a look at where they
found the -- what they found on city avenue. one was found at the city avenue shopping center. the other about two blocks away at popeye's. pamela osborne is live in west philadelphia with more on the investigation. >> reporter: woe kne know police called to a reported shooting about 10:40 last night. police rushed to the city avenue shopping center this is in overbrook where they found a man lying on the ground outside of a car. police say the man in his 20s was shot three times. inside of the car police found two different types of shell casings, and a gun in the backseat. while at this scene police were notified of another shooting victim just a couple blocks away. that man who police say is also in his 20s was found in a popeye's parking lot. he was shot once in the chest. both victims were transported to presbyterian hospital and both are in stable condition.
i should also mention that police are still on-scene at the hospital there because they believe these two victims may have shot each other. reporting live at southwest detectives, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. today bill cosby and his legal team head back to court and we could learn if the criminal assault case against the comedian will go to trial. cosby faces a preliminary hearing in norristown today. the hearing will determine if there's enough evidence for a trial. yesterday pennsylvania's supreme court refused to delay the case. cosby's lawyers are trying to have it thrown out. cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a former temple university employee back at his home in 2004. stay with it's. we'll have a live report coming up at 6:30. looking at cloudy skies over
cape may. those clouds will break for sun sheen inland. at the shore we've seen some showers and there's a chance we'll get more showers are and possibly thunderstorms. the first bit of rainfall is pushing past cape may, but still falling in the atlantic city area. the showers will be hugging the coastline for much of the day. some inland areas, too. burlington county, mull ka townshtown sh mullica township seeing some clouds. sunshine will break through. clouds will link every over new jersey. this is where we'll see showers and possibly thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. they'll be heading offshore at 4:00 today. clearing tonight. the lehigh valley today, kutztown, bethlehem, easton, heading into the low 80s this afternoon. breaks of sunshine in the suburbs to west chester,
phoenixville, more sunshine likely this afternoon. maybe a sprinkle or two at times, most of the day will be dry. and for philadelphia, a cloudy start. but clouds have started to break already. 81 in fairmount. 79 in mt. airy. sunshine will be more limited in new jersey. this is where we'll see showers, trenton mostly cloudy, 78 degrees. scattered showers in haddonfield with mostly cloudy skies. glassboro, 78 degrees this afternoon. just a chance of a shower this afternoon for haddonfield. at the shore, clouds, showers, possibly some thunderstorms during the afternoon. they'll finally be moving out of here tonight and clearing the way for a dry day tomorrow. wilmington, near 80. up to 80 in dover. warmer weather is on the way. the ten-day outlook when i'm back in ten. ten minutes past 6:00 a.m.
time to look at the traffic patterns out there. >> first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has what you need to no. >> we've been watching the boulevard all morning for traffic lights that have been malta malfa malfau malfunctioning, these lights right here, they have been fixed. that looks like it was just in time before we started seeing big delays with the morning rush. an accident investigation in northeast philadelphia. cottman avenue and bustleton avenue, police activity there. in the process of opening the tacony-palmyra. that was scheduled for 6:00 this morning. still take the betsy ross bridge as an alternate. no problems heading over the ben or the walt whitman. >> bernie sanders is saying the upcoming democratic national convention in philadelphia could get messiment. >> all new this morning, hear
new jersey lawmakers have a plan to save atlantic city from bankruptcy -- at least for now. yesterday leaders from the state assembly and senate approved a deal that gives the resort town five months to come up with a plan to balance its budget. the city will get a temporary loan of $60 million and be able to offer employees an early retirement plan. the full assembly will vote on this package on thursday. most of the casinos are back in the black. the state division of gaming enforcement announced yesterday that seven of ac's eight casinos
saw a collected profit jump of 30 mrs. the trump taj mahal was the only casino to post an operating loss. this morning a tow truck driver and his friend are recovering in the hospital after being shot several times in north philadelphia. the tow truck driver who was shot in the chest drove them to temple hospital yesterday. a bullet grazed the passenger's shoulder. both men are expected to survive. police don't have a motive but the victims know the gunman. now to a story you'll see on nbc 10. a man threatens children with a gun on a school playground and a 911 call from the school goes unanswered. >> sir, you are coming in very low. >> tinted windows pulled up, a gentleman pulled out a gun. >> last week police say a man in an suv used a gun to threaten fifth graders on pennsauken's urban promise school playground. the school called 911 but because it sits on the pennsauken/camden border, the call got bounced from one town
to another. pennsauken police were never notified. camden metro police alerted units to be on the lookout for the suv but police did not respond directly to the school that day. >> i don't care who responds. when you call police and say a man pulled a gun on a child, it should be all hands on deck. >> from now on police in both towns will respond. 6:15 on a tuesday. a look at drive times on area roads. 76. >> jessica boyington what you covered with that. >> watching the schuylkill expressway, around the conshohocken curve. no big delays here yet. we see a delay first around the conshohocken curve area because they're down to two lanes. from the blue route to the vine street expressway, 14-minute trip. so no problems or delays yet even with the damp roads we had to travel on.
out in gloucester, new jersey, an accident on the 42 freeway headed southbound around exit, which is clementon black wood road. the tacony-palmyra bridge scheduled for an opening at 6:00 a.m. if you're headed out the door right now, you can probably take the tacony-palmyra, it should not be backed up anymore. if you want to be safe, take the betsy ross. >> hail no! just kit idding. it's hail. >> you're in so much trouble. >> it's hail. this is montgomery county last night. viewer matt porter shot this video on his cell phone outside montgomery county community college. >> you never swear. >> i'm not swearing.
it's hail. >> there was enough hail to shovel in york county. they had to shovel it. the frozen sludge made it look more like winter than spring. this guy shoveling the sidewalk after hail pelted the city for an hour. much warmer weather is moving in. let's check in with first alert neighborhood forecast. >> we focus on where you live and what you need to know. >> many years ago i got a chance to work, when i was first starting my career in northern florida, jacksonville. i went to speak to a school group. i talked to them about hail. all the kids looked at me like i was crazy for saying that word. they thought i was in deep trouble. no big trouble this morning. we have some rain. we've scene shoween showers hug new jersey coastline. at the shore, not only shower bus storms to the east. then we're finally clearing out tonight. the storms move out. heading out the door right now,
in the 50s. allentown, philadelphia, trenton, atlantic city. these numbers are running warmer in mt. holly and trenton. 50s to start with. i think we'll be in the low 80s in philadelphia this afternoon. but there's still some showers to deal with. they're hugging the coastline. atlantic city, cape may, this is all the same system we had for days spinning off shore. inland, the further inland you go, the more likely you won't need an umbrella. you'll see sunshine. along the coastline, interior new jersey, that's where showers are most likely. future cast really shows it well. today at 11:00 this morning, mostly cloudy skies. scattered showers are possible. going into the afternoon, there's a slower and thunderstorm threat. that's for 2:00 today. not expecting severe weather but could be heavy downpours and gusty winds. by 4:00 this afternoon, those
showers are moving out. a few rain drops to deal with. this evening that will be clearing out. that sets the stage for a dry spell. for today, rain chances are just below 30%. allentown, a very slight chance of a shower. bit better of a chance of seeing showers in atlantic city and just less than 30% for philadelphia and dover. at the end of the week, you can see the rain chances are back for friday. before we get to that rain, 87 degrees tomorrow. here come the 90s for thursday. it would be comfortable. the humidity stays low through thursday. that changes on friday. heat and humidity could fuel showers and thunderstorms on friday. the humidity and the heat stays for saturday with a high of 92. a bit cooler on sunday. 85. a chance we'll see showers on monday for memorial day. that may drop temperatures monday afternoon. more likely we'll be in the upper 70s for monday and
tuesday. back to the low 80s for wednesday and thursday. a chance of a shower on thursday. no chance of hail for next thursday. >> you had to say it again. >> you got to love it. facebook is making changes to its trending topics following backlash from a report saying it suppressed conservative stor among the changes, they will drop reliance on news outlets like the "wall street journal" and huffington post to determine what stories are trending. we continue to follow breaking news in northeast philadelphia. a deadly hit and run. a live look right now. police say this car hit a bus canopy with a man inside so hard that it sent them flying 100 feet. now police are searching for the driver. and you'll have another opportunity to tell philadelphia lawmakers what you think about that proposed soda tax. we'll tell you where you can weigh in today.
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bike crash fatalities spiked last year in philadelphia. this year has already been deadly with the high season for bike crashes only just starting. george spencer hits the streets and crunched the numbers to find out where the most crashes happened. here's a preview of a story you'll see tonight at 11:00. >> reporter: philadelphia has become a bike city. and with all these new wheels on city roads come new concerns about bike crashes and new calls for improved safety. it's a common sight. bikes all around the city. >> police are searching for a driver who hit a man on a bicycle in west philadelphia. >> reporter: last year brought a spike in the number of bike crash fatalities, and so far this year three more. >> i'm never going to see him again. he's dead. >> reporter: the nbc 10 investigators found trends in bike crash data, where and when the most crashes happen, and specific streets you might want to avoid.
>> no one should be dying because they go out and ride their bike. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00, find out the change, is that advocates are calling for and why it could end with philadelphia police using radar to catch speeding drivers. for the investigators, george spencer, nbc 10 news. good morning. jessica boyington with a check on your first alert traffic. right now watching the blue route around baltimore pike. no problems. people making their way out the door. the bridges, the tacony-palmyra bridge on the way back down, but maybe some small delays there. more updates when i come back at 6:30. for now a check on the forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> clouds are breaking in philadelphia. mostly cloudy view from the shore. that's ocean city which is still tracking some showers. 6:26 this tuesday morning.
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in. you will want the sunglasses and umbrella today but you can go without the jacket. >> got it. good morning, welcome to nbc 10 news today, i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. it's 6:30. let's go to bill henley with the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> we've seen steady rainfall at the shore. it's still coming down from atlantic city to the north. ship bottom seeing rain. that rain moving through burlington county. also some isolated showers further inland. berks county seeing a few rain drops. not steady rain, but a sprinkle or two at tiles. that's a possibility for philadelphia, too. but we'll also see some sunshine and a pretty good warmup. starting off where we typically are this time of year. 55 degrees in the lehigh valley. seeing clouds starting to break in easton for a bit of sunshine. 71 degrees with sunshine at
noontime today. a big warmup today. it was warm yesterday. today into the 80s for the lehigh valley. near 80 in delaware. at the jersey shore and interior new jersey, likely to see showers not only this morning but this afternoon. thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon. at the shore and some inland areas. mainly dry for philadelphia. 81 degrees this afternoon. it is a warming trend that if you've been looking at the bottom of the screen, that seven-day forecast for each area, it's a warming trend that will continue and have us in the 90s before the weekend arrives. a closer look at that when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. >> 422 around trooper road, heading eastbound, you can see we have an accident scene over into the left hand shoulder. traffic moving by, but an 11-minute drive time. just increased about three, four minutes heading eastbound past this scene and from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. average speeds are into the 40s.
also watching an accident on the lincoln drive. that was reported heading southbound approaching ridge avenue. also in gloucester, in new jersey, the 42 freeway southbound, all traffic is moving through by exit 8. just the right shoulder is closed. expect small delays by that. >> we continue to follow breaking news in northeast philadelphia. police say the driver of this lexus drove on to the sidewalk and slammed into a septa bus shelter, throwing that shelter and the man under it about 00 feet. the man was killed. the driver got out of the car, walked up, looked at the victim and took off running. new this morning officials in allentown tell us a man died in a house fire there. this is newton street where we're told flames broke out before 2:00 this morning. crews put it out quickly. it's unclear if the victim
waskiwasky was killed by the fire. bill cosby is expected in court today. two key things could happen today, a courtroom confrontation between cosby and his accuser and a judge could set a trial date today. matt delucia is live outside the montgomery county courthouse this morning. >> reporter: the point of the preliminary hearing is to decide if there's enough evidence to proceed to a trial with bill cosby. there's a small chance the judge could throw the case out, but that's not likely. bill cosby has been in the spotlight of late. yesterday the pennsylvania supreme court denied an emergency stay presented by cosby's legal team. he's been trying to get this case dismissed from the beginning. part of the defense argument has been that cosby had an agreement with former montgomery district
attorney bruce castor that there would be no criminal prosecution in exchange for testimony in a civil case. some of that testimony became public recently, and the new d.a. vowed to prosecute cosby. cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a former temple worker at his cheltenham home back in 2004. what is expected to happen today is a back and forth over the evidence between the prosecution and the defense. the prosecution may put the accuser on the witness stand. cosby's hearing is expected to begin this morning at 9:00. there's also media here from across the country. the networks are here as well as they have been for the other hearings that bill cosby has taken part in in montgomery county. we will continue following this story throughout the day on nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app. by the end of the day we could have a trial date for bill cosby. live in norristown, i'm matt
delucia, nbc 10 news. >> count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage on cosby in court today. we'll have complete coverage onness o on nbc 10 at 11:00 this morning. today at 10:00, philadelphia city council will host a public hearing on the proposed soda tax. the mayor wants to add a 3 cents an ounce tax to sugary drinks. the money would be used to pay for universal pre-k, rec centers community schools and the city's pension system. beverage distributors say the plan would be bad for business. the city council has until june to decide on the proposal. the time is 6:36. now to decision 2016. presidential candidate bernie sanders says the democratic national convention in philadelphia could get messy. sand others supporters are hoping for a platform at the july convention that reflects the needs of working families, the poor and young people. sanders said he hopes supporters
voices will be heard but that he will condemn any and all forms of violence. the convention's ceo said she's not worried about trouble. >> it's the end of the campaign season. nerves are always frayed. passions are running high. i think by the time we get to convention, some of that will have cooled down. and we will understand what the stakes are for us in november. so we will come together as a democratic family to support the eventual nominee. alcohol at the dnc is also topic of debate. the house is considering a bill that would allow the democrats to buy a permit from the liquor control board for $5,000. the permit allows conventioneers to import liquor from outside pennsylvania so they don't have to pay state taxes. it would also extend last call at bars past 2:00 in the morning. the senate passed the bill last week. bernie sanders has had his
last debate with hillary clinton. yesterday clinton's campaign declined an invitation for a faceoff on fox before the california primary scheduled for june 7th. clinton is just 85 delegates away from winning the democratic nomination. everything you need to know about the convention is on our nbc 10 app. just click on decision 2016. 6:38, once again we are tracking some showers in the area, but not everybody is seeing them. those showers along the coastline are still spinning around low pressure that's off shore. they moved through philadelphia. those have cleared cape may and are off shoreme menshore. but the chance of showers will be with us throughout the day. as the week goes on, a warming trend. started yesterday. look at today, 80. tomorrow, 87.
then up to 90 on thursday. along with that heat will come the humidity. right now we are in the 50s. 56 degrees right now at philadelphia international. 56 in northeast philadelphia. bustleton, chestnut hill at 54. the chance of showers will be with us this afternoon. futurecast shows at 11:30 this morning, scattered light showers, already a quarter inch on the ground in philadelphia. the best chance of heavy down fours is at the shore. thunderstorms rolling through. shore and inland into ocean county and burlington county could see heavy downpours. it is lighter for egg harbor township and wilmington, just a spotty shower during the day. the forecast calls for not a bad day, especially inland. into the 80s this afternoon. sunshine breaking through the
clouds in west chester, phoenixville and newtown. a chance for a brief shower. for philadelphia, a big warmup. clouds are breaking. 81 degrees in fairmont. mt. airy, 79 degrees. showers will linger in new jersey. haddonfield, 79 with a chance of showers. mostly cloudy for trenton. breaks of sunshine in glassboro. a chance of an afternoon shower. the chance is greater at the shore where we could see showers and thunderstorms into the 70s for atlantic city and galloway. you will need sunglasses for wilmington and delaware. a chance of a shower but most of the day will be dry. we have the big warmup on the way. i have your ten-day outlook when i'm back in ten minutes. >> 20 minutes before 7:00. mondays and fridays are light days in terms of traffic. tuesdays, just getting into the thick of things, but relatively speaking pretty good. >> let's check with jessica
boyington and see what she says. jessica? >> tuesdays are typically the heaviest because people take three-day weekends a lot of times. so tuesdays we see a big rush hour, right now, not yet. for right now watching 422 around trooper road. this is actually eastbound lanes right here where there's a 14-minute drive time from 29 to the schuylkill. just in front of this part of the eastbound lanes, an accident scene into the center median area. it's not blocking any of the lanes. a bit before that there is some doe lay approaching the scene. an accident on lincoln drive headed southbound. in lindenwold, new jersey, the white house park around white house clemonton road, no problems. more updates when i come back in the next ten. changes could be coming that would impact the way you strap your child into the car see the. >> we'll tell you about a potential change in a pennsylvania law.
all new at 6:00, the best way to get your baby to sleep and give them and you a better night's rest. and the philly pops and the mann center for the performing arts will have memorial salute. it's happening this saturday at 7:00, veterans, active military, veterans, police officers and firefighters can see the show for free, along with families. all philadelphia public school students and teachers and administrators can also get tickets. check out nbc10.com and the nbc 10 app.
claims she can't get her deposit refunded after a furniture store can't get her what she ordered. >> harry hairston got to work. we were looking for a new sofa to replace this one. >> reporter: cindy went to diamond furniture and found a couch she liked. >> a decent looking sofa. >> reporter: she put down a $163 deposit and waited a few weeks before calling to check on the status of her order. >> the gentleman said to me, well, i got good news and bad news. >> reporter: bad news. she says diamond furniture told her the manufacturer discontinued making the couch. the good news, she could get the floor model or store credit. but she wanted a refund. >> i would prefer to have my money back. and he stated that that's something that they couldn't do. >> reporter: she reached out to nbc 10 responds. we got right back to her. >> i was so surprised. pleasantly surprised that you responded so quickly to my
concern. >> reporter: when nbc 10 responds looked at the paperwork, we couldn't find anything denies her the refund if the product was discontinueded. she was frustrated. >> it was a good intent deposit, i would like them to be fair enough to give it back to me since they couldn't deliver on what they promised. >> reporter: we reached out to diamond furniture and the store's ceo responded to us right away. he says the sofa was not discontinued. and was scheduled to arrive in four weeks. we passed that message along to cindy who decided she no longer wanted the sofa, so diamond furniture's ceo offered her a full refund of the deposit. >> thank you 10 nbc 10 responds. >> reporter: harry hairston, nbc 10 responds. >> reporter: the diamond furniture ceo says he wants his customers to be happy. >> if you have a consumer complaint, head to nbc 10.com and click on the nbc 10 responds page.
fill out a complaint form and we will respond to you. >> it's 6:47. new at 6:00, pennsylvania parents may have to deal with stricter car see the laws before they head out on the family vacations. here's why. a new bill would require children to ride in rear-facing seats until the age of two. children who outgrow the height and weight requirements would be exempt. the bill passed the pennsylvania house yesterday and governor tom wolf is expected to sign it. a similar law went into effect in new jersey last year it requires a child to be in a rear-facing see the until the age of two and to remain in a car see the or booster see the until the age of 8. in delaware, children only have to be in rear facing seats until the age of one and in a car see the or booster see the until the age of 7. new this morning, navigating the world of parenthood could be a challenge. >> one thing just about every parent goes through is trying to
figure out the best way to get their little one to sleep. in a new study t shows parents who let children cry themselves to sleep fell asleep 13% slower than parents who didn't. >> let's check in with bill henley and the first alert forecast. >> we've been spotting showers this morning since we went on the air at 4:00. they rolled through philadelphia, and then they headed towards cape may. right now cape may is starting to dry out. people out walking around. still some showers at the shore, especially north of cape may. the possibility of more showers as the day goes on. storms to the east but sun to
the west. that sunshine will even be more plentiful tomorrow as we finally clear out tonight and we will be drying out over the next 24 hours. still a chance of showers at the shore and inland areas for new jersey. further inland you go, more likely you will see sunshine breaking through to warm temperatures from the 50s into the low 80s. even warmer than yesterday's high of 76 in philadelphia. uwchlan township, 56 degrees. starting off in the 50s, heading for the 70s and 80s. you can see the motion of the showers at the shore, spinning around low pressure off shore. a chance of an isolated shower in philadelphia, into the suburbs of the lehigh valley. most of the activity will be to the east. that's where we could see storms during the day today. further inland, you are more likely to see sunshine. future cast shows showers developing during the afternoon
hours. this is 11:00 in the morning. light showers moving through northern new jersey. look at those ramp up as we go into the afternoon. that's 2:00 this afternoon. this evening, an isolated shower is possible during the early evening hours. a few spotty clouds at 78:00. overall, wheeling drying out this evening. stand by to warm up. once the clouds clear, sunshine and 87 degrees. into the low 90s. up to 90 degrees on thursday. the humidity stays low for tomorrow and thursday. that changes on friday. you will feel the difference as moisture moves into the area. a chance for summer storms friday afternoon and into the evening. drying out on saturday, 92 degrees. not quite as hot for sunday. 85. potential for memorial day showers, 78 degrees. those sticking around into tuesday. another day up to 78 degrees.
back to near 08 80 degrees for wednesday and thursday. we launched skyforce 10 on the way to an accident in west chester. >> that information is a car hit a deer on route 202. give us the details of what you have, jessica. this is right before greentree drive. you can see all lanes are not closed now. there's one lane getting through on the northbound side. rug single file behind the scene. the right shoulder and the next lane over are blocked because of this you can see a lot of different emergency vehicles on the scene. several things going on. some police officers on site, a bus actually as well. another vehicle involved also. a few things going on here. no big delay headed southbound, just that single file line headed northbound. we'll have more updates when i come back in the next five minutes. >> thanks. coming up a check of the
headlines and the stories you need to know as you head out the door. we continue to follow breaking news. a man hit and killed by a speeding car in northeast philadelphia. we'll tell you how far police say that man was found from where he was hit. plus bill cosby is expected back in court today. a live report from outside the montgomery courthouse.
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♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down. we continue to follow breaking news in northeast philadelphia. here's a live look right now at the car police say was involved in a deadly hit and run. this happened about 12:30 a.m. that car still sitting in the middle of that street there. the driver drove on to a sidewalk, slammed into a septa bus shelter hitting and killing
a man. the driver ran off. philadelphia police are investigating a pair of crime scenes about two blocks apart where two different shooting victims were found. one was discovered at the city avenue shopping center, another outside a nearby popeye's restaurant. one man was found lying on the ground outside of a cash. investigators found two different types of shell casings and a gun in the backseat. both men are in stable condition. and new this morning a man is dead following a house fire in allentown. you're looking at the scene on newton street. we're told flames broke out before 2:00 this morning. crews put it out quickly. the victim was the only person inside the house. good morning, i'm matt delucia live in norristown. happening today, the preliminary hearing for bill cosby's criminal assault case. what's happening today is a hearing on the evidence.
is there enough evidence to proceed to trial. there's a small chance the judge could throw the case out, but that's not likely. bill cosby has been in the spotlight of late. yesterday the pennsylvania supreme court denied an emergency stay presented by cosby's legal team. he's been trying to get this case dismissed from the beginning. part of the defense argument has been that cosby had an agreement with former montgomery district attorney bruce castor that there would be no criminal prosecution in exchange for testimony in a civil case. what is expected to happen today is a back and forth over the evidence between the prosecution and the defense. the prosecution may put the accuser on the witness stand. cosby's hearing is expected to begin this morning at 9:00. i'm matt delucia. >> i'm jessica boyington with one last check on your morning drive. out in west chester, watching an accident scene on route 202. a police car versus a deer. you can see we have one lane still getting by headed northbound, this is before greentree drive. a few emergency vehicles on the scene. a bit of a backup because cars are forced to head single file.
a few delays on this after route 1. the schuylkill expressway seeing some delays into center city. 20 minutes eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway with speeds into the 30s. watching an accident on lincoln drive southbound around gypsy lane. the right lane is blocked. had some rain overnight. you may see a bit of fog in the suburbs. the clouds are starting to break. also some sunshine. that's king of prussia. 64 degrees. 75 by noon today. showers likely in new jersey. that will keep temperatures cooler along the coastline. 80 degrees inland. the lehigh valley with sunshine. at the shore, showers on and off. 73 degrees. a chance tof thunderstorm
activity late this afternoon. inland you are less likely to see showers and more likely to see sun. >> download the nbc 10 a. for the latest on the cosby court appearance today. good morning. breaking overnight. major shakeup. the tsa's head of security is out. a new national command center created. hundreds of screeners added to help alleviate the long lines. will it be enough? taking shots. donald trump defends his new attack ad focused on bill clinton's past, while hillary clinton slams trump's business records. >> how can anybody lose money running a casino, really? >> and bernie sanders warns the democratic convention will be messy. >> that's what democracy is about. >> our one-on-one straight ahead. dangerous storms. tornadoes in oklahoma, large hail causing drivers in texas to seek shelter. in minnesota, lightningce