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hit-and-run caught on camera. surveillance video shows a driver running into a boy, backing up, and then speeding off in reverse. and already warm outside. it's going to be another hot one today. beautiful sunrise. just after 6:00. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. this is a good day to sit at the park, under the shade. if you have air-conditioning, you can turn it on. >> we've got right into summer. >> that's right. let's get to first alert meteorologist bill henley with the neighborhood forecast. >> look at new jersey. interior new jersey, some areas have dropped down to the 50s. suburbs right in between. 59 degrees. kick of prussia seeing bright sunshine. a few high clouds. by lunchtime, in the middle 80s and still climbing.
69 degrees at 8:00. up to 81 degrees by 11:00. we're shooting for 90 degrees this afternoon for philadelphia. delaware up to 90ing did. upper 80s in the suburbs. new jersey, cooler of course at the shore. 78 degrees right along the beach. inland, though, those temperatures are going to be climbing very quickly today. what you won't see during the day today is any wet weather. but there's a possibility of showers and thunderstorms for parts of the area this evening. we'll take a look at those neighborhoods when i'm back in ten minutes. jez can b jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. >> no big problems or delays here. as you can see, trooper road is not backed up yet. we are starting to see more volume, of course, head eastbound here. that's toward the schuylkill expressway. that's typically where we see more of a delay in volume. you can see the drive times haven't budged. eight minutes from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. speeds are still up there. watch for delays or backups behind the scheduled opening of the taconi palmyra.
scheduled for 5:45. we're 15 minutes into that opening. you can still take the betsy ross bridge as your alternate. otherwise, everywhere is nice and clear so far. also watching an accident in lower merion on lancaster avenue and city avenue. tracy? >> 6:03. we're following breaking news this morning. police are questioning two people in connection with a shooting in philadelphia's kingsessing section. officers found a 34-year-old man on angora terrace this morning. he was shot in the head. police believe he was targeted. officers found what they believe to be crack cocaine in his possession. nbc 10 ea's pamela osborne will have an update at 6:30. happening today, the chester police department is under review. >> the department of justice will be in chester today to review the department's use of
force policies. already this year there have been two officer-involved shootings. matt delucia is live outside the chester police department. help us with context. >> reporter: the chester police commissioner actually asked the department of justice to come here and perform this review. they'll be looking at use of force policies and practices as well as going over past instances where officers have had to use deadly force. chester, as we just mentioned, has seen its share of police-involved shootings this year, including one in february in which more than 100 gunshots were fired on suspects. one of those suspects died. in march, another deadly shooting that also left an officer injured. after that incident, the mayor pleaded for the community to remain calm. well, he, along with the police commissioner and eastern u.s. district attorney, will come together to talk about this upcoming review. to that end, the mayor and city council will also be appointing a civilian complaint board.
philadelphia requested a similar review three years ago. that review yielded more than 90 recommendations, most of which have already been implemented. now we're live in chester, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. happening today, the man accused of ambushing a philadelphia police officer has a pretrial hearing. edward archer could plead guilty today, but the district attorney's office says it hasn't made any offers to him. prosecutors say archer opened fire on officer jesse hartnett as he sat in his patrol car in west philadelphia. although his arm was shattered by the gunfire, hartnett managed to fire back and chase down the alleged gunman. officers captured archer a few blocks away. five minutes past 6:00 right now. norristown police are looking for a driver following a hit-and-run crash caught on video that injured a 6-year-old boy. surveillance video from a home nearby shows what happened. the boy rode his bike out of an alley on oakwood avenue, slamming into the passenger side
of a car. that car backed up and nearly hit the boy again. police say the car went in reverse down another alley to get away. >> i don't know how anybody can hit a child and just keep on going. >> to back off and take off down the alley without any care of running him over again, that's just no regard for life whatsoever. especially a child's life. >> neighbors ran to help the boy. he's in stable condition at children's hospital of philadelphia. police found the car parked a few blocks away with a dent on the side. they say they have a good idea of who the suspect is. this morning we're following a developing story in new york city. one person has died after a shooting at a concert. three others are injured after gunshots were fired a the a show featuring rapper t.i. police are still looking for the shooter. one of the victims is listed in critical condition. we'll soon have more places in pennsylvania to fill up your gas tank and also grab a six pack of beer to go. >> the state liquor control board approved nine new applications from gas stations and convenience stores across
the state. none of them are here in our area. the locations will be allowed to sell six packs as long as serve food and have ample seating. >> underage drinkers, people just flying by in a car and open a can up and drinking it. >> i think it's a great idea. it's a lot easier. i've been to other states where you can do that, and it's a great idea. >> governor tom wolf urged the liquor board to approve the applications. the issue still faces a legal challenge if the state supreme court. meantime, pennsylvania governor tom waffolf has signed bill requiring first-time dui offenders to use a breathalyzer system on their vehicles. drunk drivers with a blood alcohol level of 0.10 or higher will have to install the system on their vehicle for one year. the state will not suspend their license. the law is scheduled to take effect in 15 months.
eight minutes after 6:00. a really nice start. the sun is up. if you're heading out right now, well, you don't have to worry about any cold temperatures. just cool. a few high clouds will thin out. we'll see lots of sunshine. time for shorts and sunglasses this afternoon. even hotter than yesterday. yesterday's high in philadelphia was 88 degrees. 90 this afternoon. partly cloudy this evening. a few clouds around. there are some areas that could see a late-evening shower. i think it stays dry right along the delaware river. those showers coming from a system to the west. you can see storms in the midwest, but this is the activity that i'm watching for this evening into kentucky, tennessee, and the ohio valley. those showers will be moving to the east so that the western suburbs may see a late-evening shower. during the day today, nice and clear and sunshine. temperatures will be taking off.
the wind has shifted a little bit. it was a westerly wind yesterday. today with more of a southwesterly wind. even though it's not a strong one, the forecast for 9-mile-an-hour winds in philadelphia just enough to help boost our temperatures. and eventually the humidity will be ramping up. you'll feel it more tomorrow compared to today. 11:00 this morning, look at those showers way to the west. the showers will slowly move toward our area but should fall short of us during the day today. 9:00 this evening, we might see rain drops falling in burkes and lehigh counties. a chance in lancaster as well. those showers are a possibility into the late evening hours. midnight, an isolated shower for chester county. most of the day it's going to be dry. sunny too. look at the afternoon temperatures. bethlehem, 90 degrees. easton, 90. those storms possible during the evening hours for the suburbs. a quick warmup into the upper 80s and low 90s. no sign of any wet weather during the day. for philadelphia, 90 degrees in byberry with that southwesterly
wind to 9 miles an hour. new jersey will see the warmup too. nothing but sunshine. no threat of an evening shower here for new jersey or at the shore, where it's going to be a little cooler right on the beach for avalon but go inland just a little bit. it's middle to upper 80s this afternoon. sunshine for delaware. 90 in wilmington. even hotter as we go into the holiday weekend. i've got a look at the weekend forecast when i come back in ten minutes. >> thank you, bill. 6:10 this thursday morning. let's get another check of traffic. >> a look at 95 about the time volume starts to pick up. let's check. jessica boyington has you covered. >> we are not really seeing any major delays on a lot of our surrounding major roadways right now. you can see 95 starting to gather a little bit of volume here headed southbound. this is around cottman avenue. southbound right now, no increase in that drive time. southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway, a 14-minute trip. speeds dropping into the 50s
now. of course, we'll keep you updated here. also watch for a disabled vehicle on upper moreland. an accident in lower merion on lancaster avenue and city avenue. bridges are doing okay for the most part. no big delays or backups on the ben or the walt heading into philadelphia. that scheduled opening still tying things up for folks heading over the taconi palmyra. this was scheduled for 5:45. vai? >> all right. thank you, jessica. looks like it's going to be a nice beach day. >> sure would be. but you might hear more than just the waves crashing and the sea gulls squawking at the shore. we'll tell you which beaches are still in need of repair heading into the summer shore season. plus, behind bars again. new this morning, why "saved by the bell" star dustin diamond is back in jail.
well, the warmer weather is here. that means more mosquitos are out. >> this summer, zika virus is a big concern, of course. scientists are asking for help from you to help fight zika. katy zachry is live along the waterfront in camden this morning to show us how one community is already getting involved in fighting zika. >> reporter: that's right. people in mercer county have been on the lookout for mosquitos carrying the zika virus really since the winter. local students are being encouraged to get involved in this effort. really, students across the country are being asked to work with their local mosquito control teams to collect samples. we caught up with a team in mercer county doing just that. it's really as easy as putting a cup outside and a paper towel liner inside, put it near standing water. mosquitos usually lay their eggs inside that cup.
the samples would be sent to the invasive mosquito project. it's an idea born from a u.s. department of agriculture scientist in the midwest who wants to create an updated map of mosquito activity in light of the zika virus and other life-threatening diseases that mosquitos carry. >> now we have this fear from zika, but really this is an education project for people, and it's for building dynamic maps. >> we want to be proactive. once you have the disease or those mosquitos in your area, it's already too late. >> reporter: so really now is the time to act. the scientist behind this project tells me in the past when he's put out this kind of plea, students have been more responsive and really more passionate about data collection than adults. so that's why school groups are being encouraged to take part. really, anyone can help out. you just need to contact your local mosquito control team. we have a lot more information on our website, nbc10.com, and a
reminder, if you do help out, make sure to wear long sleeves and insect repellant. katy zachry, nbc 10 news. >> that is really good information. thank you, katy. from our delaware bureau, a mistake on a bridge in newcastle county will cost the state's taxpayers about a half million dollars to fix. >> deldot is getting ready to repair this bridge in newport when they built it just five years ago. deldot says the surveyor made a mistake, calculating the height required by csx for the bridge to comfortably accommodate doubled-up train containers. so now deldot has to jack up the bridge about six inches. and taxpayers will pay for it. >> you okay paying for this? >> no. i don't mind paying for improvements, but i don't like doing the same work twice because somebody was inefficient. >> it pains me as much as anybody else to have to spend money to raise a bridge that was just built five years ago. >> deldot has since change the its policies. now every project survey has
three different looks to make sure they get it right before construction begins. >> what's that old saying? measure twice, cut once. something like that. >> learned that from my father in the shop a long, long time ago. >> there you go. all right. if you're using 76 this morning, the schuylkill to commute to work, we got good news for you. >> first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has you covered. >> we're not seeing a whole lot of delays. that's the good news there. we had a disabled truck on the schuylkill headed eastbound. they just turned the cameras for whatever reason, so now we can't see that disabled truck. it was over into the right-hand lane. otherwise, you can see traffic around the surrounding areas looking okay. there's also an accident on lancaster avenue and city avenue. you can see all in the fwraen f -- green for the most part. the bridges are okay. we're still on the way back down for the taconi palmyra.
don't have to worry about taking the betsy ross bridge. let's check the first alert neighborhood weather, a forecast you won't get anywhere else. >> bill focuses in on the exact neighborhood where you live, so he gives you good information. bill? >> getting a cool start this morning, but we're going to see those neighborhoods heat up in a hurry today. even warmer than yesterday. the trend, well, we set the stage a couple days ago when we made it into the 80s. above normal for this time of year. 88 degrees yesterday. 90 degrees today. tomorrow, back up to 90, but it's going to feel hotter. the humidity starts moving in tonight. the warm-up continues as we go into the memorial day weekend. look at the 90s for saturday. 92 degrees in philadelphia. cooler at the shore, near 80 degrees. a chance of a shower later on sunday. i think most of the day sunday is going to be dry. memorial day monday, clouds, cooler, and a chance of rain,
especially early on the day monday. by late in the day, there's a chance we'll see some sunshine breaking through. right now we're seeing plenty of sunshine. a few scattered clouds in philadelphia. 64 degrees. 50s in interior new jersey while at the shore it's 63 degrees. the suburbs have dropped into the 50s. the lehigh valley has cooled into the 50s. low 60s for easton. the temperatures will warm very quickly today. the clouds that are moving through the lehigh valley this morning won't last. we'll see mostly sunny skies. the showers that are tracking to the northwest, you can see them moving. those showers are a possibility for some of the western suburbs and the lehigh valley this evening but not during the day. it will stay dry. the futurecast shows a nice day ahead. by noontime, mostly sunny skies for allentown, philadelphia, into south jersey, and delaware. sunshine will warm us into the upper 80s and low 90s this afternoon. by 5:00 this evening, you can
see the showers to the west. they will be moving toward our area late this evening. so the lehigh valley, some of the western suburbs might see a late-evening shower. most of the activity will hold off until tomorrow. 90, that won't hold back. the heat is on tomorrow. the chance of showers and thunderstorms for your friday. dry and warmer on saturday, 92. the temperatures will fall over the weekend. 88 degrees sunday with partly sunny skies and a chance of a late-day shower. a better chance of rain sunday night into monday for memorial day, 78 degrees. back into the 80s and drying out for tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. more showers possible on friday before we dry out once again and warm up on saturday. ten-day outlook at least once a half hour. any time you like, check out the seven day at the bottom of the screen. >> have i said i love ten-day outlooks that show two weekends? i really like those. the actor who played screech on the tv show "saved by the
bell" was arrested again. officials in wisconsin say dustin diamond violated the terms of his parole. he was released from prison last month after serving time for stabbing a man during a bar fight. well, the horse named lily was reportedly shot more than 100 times with a paintball gun. now she'll be living the good life with a former talk show host. we'll tell you who just adopted lily. plus, a second grader finds a loaded gun inside his backpack at school. we'll tell you who put it there and why that person is not facing charges.
6:25. this just in to nbc 10. president obama says he is getting insight from world leaders about how they feel about the presumptive gop nominee donald trump. speaking at the g7 summit in japan in just the past hour, president obama said world leaders are rattled by trump. he added that foreign leaders
just aren't sure how to take the things he says. the president said many of trump's proposals display ignorance about world affairs, a cavalier attitude, or an interest in getting tweets and headlines. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington watching your first alert traffic. right now we're watching route 70 over in cherry hill, new jersey. maybe a little sun glare heading out the door there. this is around king's highway. otherwise, no big problems or delays. we'll check in with mass trin sit when i come back in the next couple minutes. for now, let's get a check on today's forecast with bill henley. >> 6:26. a warmer start but not by much this morning. look at the sunshine. a few scattered clouds. we'll see enough sunshine to warm us up to near 90 degrees this afternoon. i am tracking some showers. i'll show you where those are most likely with the neighborhood weather just ahead. and breaking news this morning. 15 bullets went flying through the air in the city's
kingsessing neighborhood early this morning. police are telling us one man was being targeted. nbc 10's pamela osborne is following the shooting investigation. >> reporter: within the past few minutes, crime scene investigators arrived here to this neighborhood. police are going door to door, trying to talk to witnesses. i'll have the latests in a live report coming up next.
now breaking news. shattered glass and bullets litter the street in kingsessing. police say 15 bullets in all were fired while one man was being targeted. police are now going door to door, asking neighbors for help. a dad puts a loaded gun inside his second grader's backpack. why police say he's not going to be charged. well, chances are if you liked yesterday, you're going to love today. near 90 degrees today.
we take a look from our camera at market and 12th street. should be shiny throughout the day. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get to the bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast. >> it is a great start to the day. we have sunshine a few clouds. you can see them moving through the suburbs. 59 degrees at king of prussia. 73 degrees at 9:00. 85 at lunchtime. the lehigh valley, bright sunshine, a few thin clouds, 57. it will be dry this morning and into this afternoon. 83 degrees at lunchtime. the lehigh valley may see evening showers. however, during the day today, it stays dry. look at delaware. 90 this afternoon. near 90 in the lehigh valley. if you're looking if stoortororr some relief, head to the shore. philadelphia is heading for 90
degrees this afternoon. it's going to be turning warmer over the next few days. something you may have noticed with the seven day at the bottom of the screen, got a look at your weekend forecast when i'm back in ten. right now let's see how the traffic is moving. jessica boyington standing by. >> we're watching 422 right now. starting to see delays eastbound toward the schuylkill expressway. there's also an accident on lancaster avenue and city avenue. watch out for that. mass transit delays. police activity that's delaying thorndale's train 9597. about a 10 or 15-minute delay there. more updates when i come back in ten. >> we'll see you then. right now some neighbors are waking up to police knocking on their doors. >> police are investigating in kingsessing after a man was shot in the head this morning. police tell us he was targeted. pamela arizona born is live in
kingsessing with more. >> reporter: now that the sun is coming up, police are getting a better look at this crime scene. they've put up evidence markers along the street. a lot of things happening right now. this is where the victim was shot, about a block away from where we're standing right now, is where police spotted a mini van that matched the description of one seen around the time of the shooting this morning. at this hour, police are interviewing two people from that vehicle. police have not called them suspects at this time. it was around 1:00 this morning when police heard gunshots coming from the 5700 block of baltimore. officers headed that way. that's when the 911 call came in abo . about a block away, police found a 34-year-old man unconscious between two parked cars. officers rushed him to presbyterian hospital. they believe the victim was targeted. the couple had just pulled up to
the girlfriend's house. the victim was driving her chevy malibu. they parked, and that is when someone opened fire. 15 spent shell casings were found near the car. two other cars were hit with gunfire as well. police telling us this morning they found what they believe to be a large amount of crack cocaine on the man who was shot. again, the people from that mini van were taken to police headquarters to be questioned this morning. as you can see, police officers really combing this crime scene right now. again, two people being questioned. they are not being called suspects at this time. the girlfriend of that victim also being questioned this morning as well. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, pam. authorities will not file charges after police say a father accidently sent his son to school with a loaded gun. >> the second grader found the gun in his bag while at class at
grover cleveland charter school. he told his teacher about the weapon, and the administrators called police. the boy's father is a security guard with a license to carry. investigators say he told them he was in a rush yesterday morning to take out the trash when he put the gun in his son's bag and forgot about it. 6:35 right now, 64 degrees outside. happening today, philadelphia mayor jim kenny will spread the word about one of his initiatives, community schools. >> the mayor says his goal is to open more than two dozen community schools by the end of his term. community schools act as school-base pd family service center. they provide access to primary care doctors, to eye doctors, defini dentists, and counselors. nbc 10's katy zachry traveled with mayor kenny to cleveland for a look at their community school initiative. you can see more on the nbc 10 app. today new jersey lawmakers
will consider our bill to rescue atlantic city. governor chris christie indicates he's warming up to the compromise measure. on his radio show yesterday, he said it gives him the authority he needs to help a.c. the bill stops a state takeover for now and gives the city 150 days to balance its budget and put a five-year financial plan in place. and as we head into the memorial day weekend, construction projects are still under way down the shore. >> the view on beachhaven's center street beach wasn't quite what visitors expected yesterday. the work is part of a federal beach replenishment and protection project on long beach island. after another week or so, crews will move on to other locations. some beach goers decided to find a better spot, but others were okay with the noise. >> like, oh, no, should we go over some place else? but then we're happy being right out here at the top and enjoying it. >> public works crews are also racing to e -- rebuild beaches
hit hard by fall and winter storms. 6:37. let's get a look at south jersey right now. >> route 42. jessica boyington has that. >> vai and tracy, just starting to see a little bit of cars heading out the door this morning. no big delays yet. we're watching 42 around route 41. this is in the depford area. we have a northbound drive time from 55 up towards the walt whitman bridge. we're also watching for an accident on lancaster avenue and city avenue with some lane restrictions there. also, here's the boulevard around fox street. no big problems or delays yet. everything moving along. if you're heading sob toward the schuylkill, maybe you'll see more of a delay than headed northbound. there's also a disabled vehicle on upper moreland on easton road and center avenue.
thorndale train 9597, there's police activity delaying that train about 10 or 15 minutes. beautiful start to the day. a few thin clouds moving through. 64 degrees in philadelphia. wind just at 6 miles an hour. it's a southwesterly wind that's going to be with us today. that's going to develop a faster warmup. 84 degrees at lunchtime in the city. for the suburbs, bright sunshine, 61 now. 77 at 10:00. look at the afternoon temperatures. 85 degrees. that's at 2:00 this afternoon. the lehigh valley, similar situation. 57 now. 60s at 8:00. in fact, closer to 70 degrees. near 80 at 10:00. into the 80s starting at lunchtime. near 90 degrees this afternoon. a big warmup for new jersey. a few scattered clouds moving through this morning. mainly it's going to be sunshine and completely dry, even though there may be scattered clouds in the area. no threat of showers during the day today.
look at that afternoon temperature. 2:00, 87 degrees. still in the upper 80s at 4:00 this afternoon with those southwesterly winds. the shore will be cooler. we'll peak around lunchtime at 80 degrees. the numbers will drop a little bit this afternoon. it's not going to be a lot of wind, but the wind will be stronger at the shore. that's a 13-mile-an-hour breeze at 4:00 coming in off the ocean. the ocean still a little bit cooler. it's going to be the cool coming off the ocean with bright sunshine trying to warm it up. so upper 70s this afternoon. for delaware, right sunshine now, sunny skies, 80s by lunchtime. middle 80s at 2:00. near 90 degrees this afternoon. the heating process keeps going as we head into the memorial day weekend. 90s for saturday. cooler with a chance of showers on sunday. then rain likely sunday night and into monday. memorial day monday will be cooler. 79 degrees in philadelphia. even chillier at the shore, 66 degrees. but there is a chance we'll see some late-day sunshine on monday as the rain is more likely
earlier in the day than later. got the full ten-day outlook beyond the weekend forecast when i come back in ten minutes. >> love that you can see the specifics in your neighborhood on that, bill. thanks. jumping, running, dodging, climbing. the "american ninja warrior" obstacle courses is a physical and mental test. >> that course is set up in philadelphia right now. one of our own took a test run. we'll show you who it is. we'll have that coming up. and one month ago, we launched nbc 10 responds, helping you when you can't help yourself. we've been able to recover thousands of dollars. coming up, we're taking a look back at some of our success stories.
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switching gears here, the wife of comedian jon stewart was in chester county yesterday to meet an abused horse she and her husband are taking in to fwif it a fresh start in life. >> they are bringing lily the horse to their new animal sanctuary in monmouth county. lily was found abandoned at an auction in march. doctors at the university of pennsylvania's new bolton center treated lily, and now she's destined for the good life thanks to stewart and his wife. >> the demands we're going to make on her from here on out, just really being outside, eating grass, being with her friends, and really just living the good life. >> sounds like the good life. lily will eventually be able to greet the public at stewart's sanctuary. all right. let's head to new york for a look at what's ahead on the "today" show. >> we say good morning to matt lauer and savannah guthrie. good to see you both. >> coming up on this thursday,
we're live with a first-hand look at the destruction as yet another monster tornado touches down in the midwest. >> also ahead, the head of the tsa joins us for an exclusive live interview following tough days on capitol hill. what can his agency do to fix those long lines at security check points? >> we're going to kick off red nose day by pedaling 10,000 miles live on the plaza. we'll tell you about that as we get started on a thursday morning here on "today." >> excellent. we get it. we'll see you at 7:00. thanks, guys. >> all right. bye. now let's check nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather, which is a forecast you won't get anywhere else. >> focuses on where you live and what you need to know with the information that bill henley is about to share with you. >> we got lots of sunshine to
start with. a few high clouds moving through the area. you can see some of them from this view. clouds but no sign of any wet weather. not during the day today. this is going to be the cool spot. if you're heading out, inland just a few cool spots this morning. a few high clouds. definitely a cool start. during the day today, it's going to be time for shorts and sunglasses as the temperatures go even higher than yesterday. this evening, partly cloudy, dry along the delaware river, but parts of the area could see a shower. 64 in philadelphia. allentown is 57. 54 in vibeland. these numbers for the most part are warmer than yesterday. mt. holly running 10 degrees warmer. a few scattered clouds moving through the area right now. to the west is where you'll find the rain. no big storms here. those are showers. those will be moving into parts of the area during the evening hours. futurecast shows 2:00 this afternoon we're in the clear. plenty of sunshine for
philadelphia and cape may. by later in the afternoon, could see some storms pop up in central pennsylvania. the late evening hours, here they come. a few rain drops into chester, burkes, lehigh counties. the chance of some showers as we go into the early morning hours. most of our area is going to stay dry, even late tonight. the forecast is calling for a warm one today. 90 degrees this afternoon. steamier tomorrow. the humidity comes in. the heat and humidity, showers and thunderstorms popping up tomorrow afternoon. then saturday, even hotter. 92 degrees the high temperature. the humidity stays elevated. that humidity will produce a few showers later on sunday. won't be an all-day rainfall on sunday. just enough cloud cover to keep things a bit cooler on sunday. sunday night and into monday, that's when we're most likely to see some rain in the area. 78 degrees monday afternoon. there's a chance we'll be drying out in the afternoon for parts of the area, maybe see late-day
sunshine. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, plenty of sunshine. not quite as hot for wednesday and thursday. another round of showers on friday. saturday, skies clearing, 80 degrees the high temperature. check out the seven day any time you like at the bottom of your screen. once a half hour, the ten-day outlook. >> all right, bill. looks good. ten before 7:00 right now. let's get you to work on this thursday morning. >> jessica's got a look at what you're facing when you leave the home. >> well, we are going to see some delays it right now on route 202. that's because we have an accident around the schuylkill expressway. it's headed southbound. you can see our cameras here with some big delays behind that scene. it's blocking the left shoulder and part of the left lane. now squeezing into one lane behind that scene, big delays on 202 headed southbound. this is the schuylkill expressway around city avenue. big delays here as well. we're used to that though. a 20-minute drive time from the vine in center city to the blue route. average speeds are also into the
30s. we're still watching this accident scene on lancaster avenue and city avenue. one more check on your morning drive when i come back in the next five minutes or so. coming up, a check of the day's headlines and the stories you need to know as you head out the door this morning. >> we continue to follow break news in philadelphia. right now police are going door to door asking for help in a shooting investigation. we'll have the latest on that investigation up next. plus, the mayor of philadelphia wants to make changes to schools. what he wants to do and how it could not only impact your student but your community.
news in philadelphia. >> police say a man was targeted by a shooter who fired off 15 rounds into a neighborhood early this morning. nbc 10's pam osborne is live. >> reporter: right now crime scene detectives as well as police are processing the scene. they're talking to people who live in this neighborhood. it was about 1:00 this morning when police got a call about a person shot. nearby officers actually heard those shots. when they got to angoraer terr, police say they found a 34-year-old man shot in the head. they took hip to the hospital where at last check he was in critical condition. police believe the victim was targeted. as mentioned, they recovered 15 spent shell casings. a mini van was seen in the area at the time of the shooting. police did stop that mini van. they took the two people who were inside for questioning. they also learned the victim's girlfriend was with him at the time of the shooting. she is also talking to police. reporting live this morning in southwest philadelphia, i'm pamela osborne. today the justice department will launch a federal review of
the chester police department. the police commissioner invited the doj to do this review. they will look at how officers use force in potentially deadly incidents. also today, a new jackie robinson exhibit goes on display. it features two contracts signed by robinson. and today, philadelphia mayor jim kenny will spread the word about one of his initiatives, community schools. mayor says his goal is to open more than two dozen community schools by the end of his term. a hit nbc show will call philly home for the next two days. "american ninja warrior" shoots a qualifying round today at the generating station in port rich monday. here's a look at the beginning of the course. you have to wait to see the new obstacle. we can tell you nbc 10's keith jones got a chance to run the course. there he is. he does it gingerly. >> so brave. >> you'll see keith's run after
the philadelphia round airs on june 22nd. that a boy, keith. right here on nbc 10. let go of the rope. >> always fun to see your co-workers dangling on ropes somewhere. you know what i mean? i would be so ruined if i did that course. good job, keith. we're proud of you. route 202 right around the schuylkill expressway, an accident there headed southbound. one lane getting by, so we're starting to see some delays. here's 95 around allegheny avenue. there's a disabled vehicle. you can see police officers on scene as well. a little bit of a slowdown. that's also headed northbound. there's also an accident on lancaster avenue and city avenue that's been active for a little bit. we are seeing some delays there and some delays on the schuylkill expressway headed had east or westbound. we're starting to see an equal slowdown there. 20 minutes eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. average speeds just dropping into the 30s. a nice sunny start for most
of you. there are a few thin clouds moving through some of the subur suburbs. enough sunshine that the temperatures are already climbing. 90 degrees is what we're heading for this afternoon. at 9:00, 70s. 85 degrees by lunchtime and still climbing. that's king of prussi app. the entire area is going to see the temperatures climb. 90 in delaware. near 90 for the lehigh valley. at the shore, won't been quite as warm as it is inland. no sign of any showers during the day. there are some showers to the northwest. those are going to be missing us to start with, but this evening, late this evening, there's a possibilitywell see showers and thunderstorms coming into the western suburbs. i think most of the area is going to be dry. a nice warmup during the day today. look at the 80s for the philadelphia area, the suburbs, the lehigh valley. the coolest temperatures will be at the shore. 80 degrees at 1:00. by 5:00 in the afternoon, 76 degrees. then the warm temperatures will go even warmer as we head into
the holiday weekend. stand by for readings into the low 90s come saturday. sunday won't be quite as warm as we have some clouds that'll be coming in with the possibility of showers. >> here's why he's talking like that. >> and happening today, it's red nose day. a day designed to raise awareness and money to help children in poverty in the u.s. and around the world. nbc will broadcast a live two-hour primetime television special tonight. it'll bring together stars for a night of fun and laughs. the nbc 10 news today team got into the spirit. there we are. >> here we are. >> our special red noses. tune in tonight at 9:00 for the red nose day special. craig ferguson is going to host the program. >> it really is silly. we get it. but it's really an important thing for us to pay attention to. children in poverty all across the world and here in our neighborhoods, including hungry
children in our neighborhoods. check it out. be part of it. >> it's like we're in third grade again. >> thanks for watching. check the nbc 10 app for updates throughout the day. good morning. breaking overnight, a monster tornado in kansas a half mile wide, on the ground for an hour and a half. at least 25 homes damaged or destroyed. we'll be live at that scene. the waiting game. beleaguered agency under fire with long lines at airports, tsa chief nefenger gets a grilling on capitol hill. >> this is unacceptable and it's time for congress to act. >> can he get things moving without compromising safety? admiral nefenger is here for an exclusive interview. president obama's