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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, a woman in northeast philadelphia is dead and her boyfriend is behind bars. police tell us the suspect used a crossbow to kill her. today, the folcroft police officer shot seven times while on duty will be released from the hospital. now we're learning about the communication problem the officer's department was having during this life or death
situation. let the celebration begin. today philadelphia kicks off the wawa welcome america festival. we'll tell you where to be today to start the eight days of fun. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm lauren mayk. >> i'm vai sikahema. i could be wrong, which i am quite frequently. >> never. >> it seems like it's cooler today than it has been. let's check in with nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley and his neighborhood weather forecast. bill? >> i suspect it's because you've woken up earlier today than the last two days. >> all right. >> sleeping in over the weekend. it is a nice, pleasant start, a cool start.ç we'll see another warm afternoon. sunshine will get us there, a few scattered clouds. that's a live view from the comcast center in center city. bright sunshine, we're starting off with a couple spots, seeing dense fog, dover and millville, thick fog. but not at the shore. georgetown, just under a mile
visibility. excellent visibility for wilmington. it's isolated but it's starting off parts of new jersey, 55 degrees right now. meantime, sunshine in the lehigh valley. look at a few scattered clouds over easton. 73 degrees by 9:00. by lunch time, near 80 degrees. warming into the 80s for philadelphia. a little bit of warmup and you'll see the fog disappear in new jersey, 86 degrees inland. 70s at the shore. we'll be watching clouds building in the suburbs. there's a chance we could run into evening showers. late afternoon this evening, the clouds will be taking over. there are more showers in our future. got your hour by hour forecast when i'm back in ten minutes. for now, let's see how traffic is moving. jessica boyington with first alert traffic. thank you, bill. we're starting on the schuylkill expressway around belmont avenue. still an eastbound drive time from the vine street expressway to center city. average speeds into the 60s as well. no problems on the schuylkill right now. we are seeing relatively light
traffic. in philly, we are watching for a water main break. lehigh avenue, closed between 13th street and broad street because of the water main break. they're directing traffic around the scene. >> jessica, thank you. crossbow killing, this morning, a woman is dead and police have arrested her boyfriend for the crime. matt delucia is live at the scene in northeast philadelphia. neighbors say this wasn't the first time police have been called to this home. tell us more. >> philadelphia police say they have been here before for domestic violence issues. we're on the 3100 block of willits road. i'll step out of the way. there are cleanup crews here right now. a lot of that crime tape remains in front of the home where this all happened. after the woman was shot, she managed to run next door looking for help. this happened just before 9:30 last night. police showed up at the home to find the woman in the doorway. she was bleeding heavily from the chest. she was rushed to aria torresdale but died a short time later.
police say the bolt of the crossbow went through her chest, through a couch and into the wall. >> police have been out here a couple times before for him, according to the neighbors, things appeared to start to go downhill within the last month or so. but culminating tonight with this incident with the crossbow. >> police picked up the suspect at the house right here. he was arrested without incident. investigators are still trying to make sense of this crime at this hour. for now, we're live in northeast philadelphia, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. it is 6:04 and new from overnight, a man is dead after police say he broke into his exgirlfrie exgirlfriend's home. police got the call around midnight. a man was found shot in the head. police say the man was climbing through the window of his exgirlfriend's home when he was shot by her current boyfriend. police say there were two kids inside that home but no one else was hurt. we're still trying to find out
if anyone will be charged. 6:05. nbc 10 learned this morning, folcroft police officer chris dorman recovered from being shot seven times just days ago is expected to get out of the hospital today. we're learning more about what was happening as colleagues rushed to come to his aid after he was shot. >> i was shot! i was shot! i was shot! >> during the moments where officer dorman was in mortal danger, it was confirmed that an emergency dispatcher's computer suddenly began to reboot. this dispatcher moved to another computer but didn't lose touch with those responding to get dorman help plus track down the shooter. a second problem involves summer temperature swings interfering with police radios. >> periods of time when the radio frequencies go out, they don't hit the tower, they don't hit the antenna, there's nothing to trigger this. this is an act of nature.
the bad part is it's happening. the good part is, the county is responding. >> in this statement to nbc 10, delaware county council ordered an investigation of all emergency communications systems during the officer dorman shooting and beyond. a gunman shot officer dorman during a drug investigation. >> the officer suffered multiple gunshot wounds, including to the face. but he is expected to make a full recovery. the suspected shooter, dante island remains in jail. he's charged with attempted murder. court records showed he served years in prison on federal gun charges. yesterday, officer dorman took a call from country singer kenny chesney. folcroft police posted this photo from the hospital. chesney apologized for mistakenly saying dorman had died from his injuries during a tribute at his concert in philadelphia saturday night. he mentioned the officer after social media lit up with calls for chesney to give a shout out to the officer who is a big fan of the country superstar. chesney tweeted about the call saying of officer dorman, quote,
he's doing great. told him we'd watch an eagles game and have beers one day. here's to a speedy recovery. today it begins. the wawa welcome america festival kicks off an eight-day stretch of just star-spangled excitement and fun. it all leads up to the biggest fourth of july celebration anywhere. you are looking at video of last year's fireworks in last night, nbc 10 got a sneak peek at this year's fourth of july morning ceremony and parade. and the mastermind behind the parade toll us this one is the real deal. >> within that procession you're going it see, literally, the declaration of independence on display in living human form.
and that is the coolest thing about the parade. the wawa welmericome a fireworks shows run friday july 1st, saturday, july 2nd and of course, the grand finale on monday, july 4th. here's a look at some of the events happening today. there's a mural dedication along north columbus boulevard at 2:00 this afternoon. it is also free museum day at the benjamin franklin museum. and tonight at 8:30, there's a free screening of "finding nemo" at franklin square. one of lauren's favorite movies. and to learn more about today's fun and see the full calendar of wawa welcome america events, tap on the nbc 10 app. nbc 10 is the official media sponsor of wawa welcome america. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. time is eight minutes after 6:00. as you can see by this live view
from center city, it's time for sunglasses. we'll see a lot of sunshine before clouds start moving in. partly sunny skies this afternoon. another warm day, back into the 80s this afternoon for philadelphia. the clouds will be increasing later today, turning cloudy this evening and it will be tracking some showers. parts of the area may see evening showers. we're starting off with sunshine. look at wilmington, delaware. no sign of fog there. there are a couple spots of fog in delaware. you'll find it in central delaware right now. 59 degrees in greenville, 64 in wilmington, odessa is ç64 degrs and smyrna, dover in the low 60s, that's where you'll find fog to start with this morning and into interior new jersey. starting to improve, in fact, it's rapidly improving the visibility in millville, just a few minutes ago, was down to a quarter mile visibility, just a mile visibility a minute ago, now up to three miles. dover is socked in dense fog. no sign of the fog for wilmington or wildwood.
fog disappears with a warmup and we'll see a southerly wind to help boost our temperatures today. also deliver a little more humidity than we felt yesterday. sunshine, 83 degrees in philadelphia. by 1:00 this afternoon, heading into the late afternoon hours, low 80s for philadelphia. the suburbs will see skies cloud up today. sunshine to begin with, 71 degrees at 9:00. by 1:00, low 80s and cloudy skies later this afternoon. the lehigh valley will see the clouds on the increase after sunshine this morning. for delaware, the fog will disappear with a warmup. we'll see a ten degree warmup between 9:00 this morning and 1:00 this afternoon. interior new jersey into the 80s. the shore will see 70s this afternoon with the onshore flow. and the chance of showers and thunderstorms, that's going to have to wait until tonight and tomorrow. satellite and radar shows we're in the clear tomorrow. back with the ten-day outlook in ten minutes. >> all right, bill mentioned flow. we're going to check on traffic
flow in south jersey. >> very important, jessica boyington joining us for that. what are you finding? township. there's a tractor-trailer fire headed southbound around woo woodbury/glassboro road. this is the 42 fremw@y in deptford around 41. no big problems or delays in either direction. the northbound lane is heading into philadelphia, doing just fine. no big problems or delays yet. vai? 11 minutes past 6:00 a.m. 64 degrees in our studios in bala cynwyd. today the u.s. supreme court is expected to announce an abortion ruling. >> we'll tell you why the justice's decision could be the most consequential on this issue in a generation. and water whoes will be frot
6:15. new video of a plane that caught on fire just after it landed. check this out. this video was shot inside the plane by a passenger. everyone made it out of here okay. singapore airlines says the flight from singapore to milan turned around and made an emergency landing after an engine oil warning message. airport fire crews doused those flames. the brexit backlash continues. the british pound slumped to a new 30-year low against the u.s.
dollar today. also, secretary of state john kerry will be in london to talk with uk officials about the nation's decision to leave the european union. meanwhile, a revolt is brewing in the uk over the decision to leave. an online petition calling for a do-over vote has more than 3 million signatures so far. scotland's leader says she'll look at all options to honor her people's vote to stay in the eu. a presidential candidates are having more to say about the uk's decision. in scotland over the weekend, republican donald trump said the same anger that fueled the brexit vote in britain will spill over to the u.s. and yesterday in indianapolis, democrat hillary clinton blasted trump for promoting his golf courses in scotland while financial markets around the world took a dive. >> bombastic comments in push len the times can actually cause more turbulence. and to put the interests of the
american people ahead of their >> trump's campaign chairman called clinton the epitome of the establishment. a new nbc/"wall street journal" poll shows clinton leading trump by five points. 6:17. today the u.s. supreme court will finish its current term by issuing opinions on three remaining cases. one case deals with theç regulation of texas abortion clinics. another case involves the corruption conviction of former virginia governor bob mcdonnell. the third case concerns a federal law that keeps guns out of the hands of people convicted of domestic violence. in california's capital, investigators are looking into a white supremacist rally that turned violent with people getting stabbed there. ten people got hurt at the rally outside the state capitol in sacramento. police say hundreds of anti-fascist protesters confronted a smaller group of
white supremacists. the protesters threw rocks and chunks of concrete, smashing glass at the capitol. two people with critical stab wounds are expected to recover. so far, police have made no arrests. 6:18. time to get another check on traffic this morning. i believe we're in south jersey. >> route 73. jessica, what are you seeing? >> this is route 73 around the atlantic city expressway. i thought this was an interesting shot. we have a lot of actual traffic here. no delays or backups because of it. definitely more people heading down the shore or that direction, either coming home or heading down the shore. you can see a lot of cars on the roads. watching out in washington township for a tractor-trailer fire on route 55 headed southbound around woodbury/glassboro road. keeping it in philadelphia, a water main break, lehigh avenue
closed between 13th and broad street. no big delays surrounding the area. do expect detours if you travel through. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 6:19 and starting off in the 60s with some sunshine in philadelphia. not everybody is seeing the bright sunshine. look at north wildwood, new ç jersey. cloudy skies and rehoboth seeing clouds, too. fog inland, the clouds will break. you've got sunshine warming into the 70s at the shore. 57 degrees right now. it's already in the middle 60s in philadelphia and delaware is 63 degrees. the suburbs have cooled into the 50s and low 60s to start with this morning. 61 in warrenton, newtown and new hope, middle to upper 50s to start with. it will be another warm, sunny day today. this is your neighborhood forecast. philadelphia, 87 degrees for somerton. a big warmup for chestnut hill. the lehigh valley and the suburbs will see clouds
increasing later today. that will lead to a chance of a late afternoon or evening shower. no thunderstorms around during the evening hours. those will wait until tonight and tomorrow. new jersey, 86 degrees in pemberton and at the shore, winds coming in off the ocean. a bill cooler there. highs in the 70s. dover is starri istarting off w. partly sunny skies for newark, 86 degrees. the clouds will be increasing this afternoon. you'll see partly sunny skies in delaware, south jersey right now. it's in the clear for the suburbs. the lehigh valley seeing sunshine right now. there are the showers and thunderstorms that are possible for late this afternoon and this evening. that's a cold front that's going to be coming through the area. really not going to make it much cooler. it will give us much-needed rainfall. those showers will be tracking through central pennsylvania this morning while we're seeing partly sunny skies in our area. during the late afternoon hours and into the evening hours, we could see scattered showers in
the suburbs and lehigh valley. the rest of the area will have to wait until tonight and tomorrow for those storms. 86 this afternoon. skies turning partly sunny, cloudy this evening and showers and thunderstorms on and off tomorrow, not an all-day rainfall. 86 the high temperature. drying out as we head into wednesday and thursday will be nice and dryç with a high of 8. into the holiday weekend, friday, 87 degrees, the high temperature. scattered showers possible on friday. they take a break on saturday. could return on sunday the 3rd of july. the 4th of july, looking sunny and nice, a high of 85 degrees. the sunshine will continue tuesday and wednesday. lauren? >> thanks, bill. fentanyl, a drug so dangerous police in part of our area are changing how they make drug busts to protect officers. we'll tell you about this. plus, this -- a fun summer day quickly turns into a terrifying experience
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a day of weekend summer fun at an amusement park turned terrifying in scotland where a roller coaster went off the rails. the ride dropped at least 20 feet to the ground, injuring ten people, eight of them children. police shut down the park after the accident. there's no word yet on the victim's condition or the cause of the crash. as west virginiaens continue surveying damage, people brace for more rain. one woman said her community smelled like death. the national weather service issued a flash flood watch for 22 counties. yesterday, president obama declared a major disaster in the
state. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> a little bit of sunshine on the rise. that's a cloudy view from cape may. the clouds will not be around all day. you'll see sunshine and a bit of fog inland dill be disappearing, too. 64 degrees at nbc 10 at 6:26. there are showers in our future. your neighborhood forecast just ahead. >> thank you, bill. 26 minutes past 6:00 a.m. on this monday morning. a gruesome scene unfolds in a north philadelphia neighborhood leaving a woman dead and landing her boyfriend behind bars. police tell us the weapon used was one common during medieval times. water contamination in two counties have people worried and searching for answers. just ahead at 6:30, where people in horsham, montgomery county are going to find out what's being done to clean up their water.
this is nbc 10 news. a woman shot in the chest with a crossbow manages to get to a neighbor's home about collapsing and later dying. now her boyfriend is under arrest. we have learned this wasn't the first time police had been called to the northeast philadelphia home. >> 650678930 right now. here's a live look at the ben franklin parkway where fireworks will light up the night sky a week from today on july fourth. there's no need to wait until then to celebrate. the wawa welcome america festival kicks off today. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today," i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm lauren mayk. let's start your monday morning with a look at the weather where you live and where you work since it is the workweek. bill henley joins us with his first alert neighborhood forecast. good morning, bill. >> good morning, lauren.
getting a pretty nice start. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we're seeing a good deal of sunshine in philadelphia and the suburbs. clouds over new jersey. the fog is quickly disappearing from new jersey,ç delaware seeg sunshine and wilmington. there's fog in central delaware. with the temperatures climbing, any fog around this morning will disappear. 80 degrees by lunch time today. the clouds will be increasing, the suburbs, bright, sunny skies at king of prussia. later this afternoon, that's when the clouds will take over for the suburbs and the lehigh valley. that will give us a chance of scattered afternoon -- late afternoon or more likely evening showers. before those showers move in, 88 degrees in the lehigh valley. look at the suburbs, 85. 86 degrees for philadelphia. and at the shore, the temperatures will be held back by winds off the ocean. 77 degrees, the high temperature with partny sunny skies at the shore. it will turn out to be a pretty nice beach day.
inland, yes, there are showers and thunderstorms heading our way. i'll go through the futurecast hour by hour to show you when to expect those in ten minutes. right now, let's go to jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. >> thanks, bill. we're watching washington township for this tractor-trailer fire on route 55. the right lane is closed there. traffic is still moving by. again, just the right lane is being blocked because of that. let's go over into philadelphia, watch for the water main break on lehigh avenue, closed between 13th street and broad street. if you're out the door on route 309, no problems in either direction. all traffic still moving. vai? >> thank you, jessica. 6:32 right now. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating six different shootings this morning. >> all of these shootings took place just since about 11:00 last night. two of them happened in north philadelphia. two others happened in west philadelphia. there were shoot innings cobbs creek and fair hill.
one of the west philadelphia shootings involved a 17-year-old boy now in stable condition after getting shot in the arm. the detectives say theç teen w standing near 54th and vine street when someone opened fire from across the street with a semiautomatic weapon then took off running. so far, police have made no arrests in this case. the second shooting in west philadelphia wounded a man just before 11:00 last night. nbc 10 was on creighton street. police say that is where the victim was shot twice. officers took him to the hospital where he is now in critical condition. a 42-year-old woman is killed in her own home and police tell us she was murdered with a crossbow and the suspect is her boyfriend. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia. walk us through what happened, matt. >> you heard right. we're talking about a crossbow shooting here. we're on the 3100 block of willits road in northeast philadelphia. this happened last night about 9:30. i'll step out of the way here.
there's a hazmat crew doing cleanup here at the home. there was a lot of blood involved. you see the crime tape in front of the home where this happened. police on the scene here, they showed up to find the woman in the doorway of a neighbor's house. she was bleeding heavily from the chest, taken to aria torresdale, rushed into surgery but died a while later. from police gathered from the scene here, this was a violent and usual crime. >> the bolt from the crossbow penetrated her body, went through the crouch and was in the wall. >> from what they've been able to learn from neighbors, the man has been going through some issues over the last month or so. and police tell us they have been called to the home here a couple of times recently for domestic violence issues. for now i'm live in northeast philadelphia, matt delucia, nbc
10 news. 6:34 this morning. happening today, township leaders in horshamç want to co up with a plan to have the best water quality in the country. there's a township meeting happening tonight at 7:00 in the horsham township community center. the horsham water and sewer authority will be there and they're going to consider a number of remediation options to address the chemicals found in drinking water. tomorrow night, the law firm corrected to consumer advocate erin brockovich is meeting with neighbors. they want anyone who thinks they have been impacted by the tainted water to come to upper moreland high school in willow grove. earlier this morning, the firm announced it was investigating the water situation. the wa the wawa welcome america festival begins today. >> it leads up to the biggest
forth of july celebration anywhere. the first event is this afternoon's dedication of the newly restored mural along north columbus boulevard which is titled "our flag unfurled." a block party around independence hall on sunday. >> all building up to a fantastic fourth of july celebration. >> the grand finale is a free concert and fireworks show on the ben franklin parkway on july fourth. here's a bonus. today the fest 'ville will start giving out thousands of tickets to get you closer to the show, which tracy davidson and i are emceeing. you can get them at liberty place this morning as well. >> about 3,000 tickets they're giving out. pull out your phone, tap the nbc 10 free app. we have the details for you.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather with met[ologist bill henley. >> the sun is up. we have sunshine and temperatures in the 60s to start with. it's going to be another warm, summer day. won't be as sunny as yesterday. clouds will be coming in during the day. 81 degrees. partly sunny skies at noontime. 84 degrees at 2:00. a look at the winds at 12 miles an hour. those are going to persist into the late afternoon hours. that will help with the warmup today. it will bring in more moisture. suburbs will start with sunshine, 59 degrees. 75 degrees at 10:00. sunshine will start fading this afternoon. in fact, cloudy skies by 4:00 this afternoon. the lehigh valley, nice and sunny right now. nothing more than a few high clouds there. 75 degrees at 10:00. middle 80s at 2:00. by late this afternoon, that's 4:00. we could see cloudy skies and a chance of some late day showers. but in new jersey, the clouds will be disappearing, at least
to start with. 55 degrees right now with some sunshine. 82 degrees at lunch time and 84 degrees at 2:00 this afternoon. the shore, a little bit cooler, of course. coming in off the ocean. those winds will keep the temperatures into the 70s this afternoon while it warms into the 80s in delaware. sunny skies in wilmington right now. fog will disappear from central delaware where it's being reported right now. 81 degrees at noontime. and then into the 80s this afternoon. as far as showers are concerned, those will hold off until late this afternoon at the earliest. the futurecast shows at noontime we'll be dry for trenton, philadelphia and wilmington. 4:00 in the afternoon, we could see showers moving into western berks county and into the allentown area. those will become even more likely tonight and for tomorrow, too. take a closer look at the extended futurecast when i'm back in ten minutes as well as your ten-day outlook which will take you through the fourth of july and beyond. >> thank you, bill.
6:38 on a monday morning. just like çthat, 6:00 hour rol in and volume starts to pick up on the roads. >> time to get on the road, start that workweek. jessica boyington keeping an eye on 95 this morning. what are you finding? >> we're starting to see some of the delays. this is around girard avenue where we're starting to see delays into center city, a 21-minute drive time. in the yellow a little bit. woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. speeds starting to drop there as well. in washington 2w7, there's a tractor-trailer fire on route 55, if you're headed southbound around woodbury at glassboro road. lower pottsgrove, watch for an accident scene on heritage drive and pebble beach lane. lauren? >> thanks, jessica. if you have a problem, call nbc 10 and we will respond. >> me and my girlfriend were planning to dress the old-fashioned janet way, going in and do our thing. >> the problem came when janet
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6:43. 64 degrees and from our jersey shore bureau this morning, three men are facing charges after what atlantic city police are calling a large drug bust. police say they pulled over michael buckman, tyrone nelson and abdul allah friday night for speeding. police searched the car and say they found nearly 300 bags of
heroin and 17 grams of cocaine inside the car. all three are charged with possession and intent to distribute. police in atlantic city are warning about a drug they say is so dangerous they they're changing how they do business. it's called fentanyl. it's 40 to 50 times more potent than heroin. two detectives were hospitalized after a small amount became airborne during an investigation they were involved in. the drug enforcement administration is telling officers to wear gloves and masks during drug busts. agents are trained to give themselves narcan, a drug that can stop an overdose. the nbc 10 digital team spent months on the streets investigating the problem of opioid addiction in our area. we spoke to people who struggled with addiction, their families and people who are trying to change the stigmaç of addictio. the report is called "generation addicted." it's available on the nbc 10 app right now.
switching gears here. we have another success story from nbc 10 responds. >> harry hairston has their story. >> they live miles apart in two different states but they share the same problem. a planned special moment at a janet jackson concert postponed and possibly gone forever. ♪ kennett square resident renee roberts says she planned to take her nephew to the concert. >> it was a christmas gift, a surprise christmas gift. >> this is michael. >> voorhees resident stephanie fason was looking forward to her first time seeing jackson in concert. >> me and my girlfriend were planning to dress the old-fashioned janet way, going in and doing our thing. >> she spent $400 on tickets, she says. roberts spent 420. >> i have all this money taken out of my account.
what am i supposed to do about my money. >> roberts and fason say they both got notified that jackson planned to start a family and the concert would be postponed inge -- indefinitely. >> they sent me something back saying the show hadn't officially been canceled. >> then they saw this. >> i'm a huge janet jackson fan. >> remember monica? last month we helped her get a refund for her janet jackson tickets. >> i looked on tv. you were there. my sister said, call harry. >> days after we got involved, the companies gave both the ladies a full refund. >> i am truly satisfied. >> thank you so much for helping me get my janet jackson ticket money back. >> harry hairston, nbc 10 responds. the combined total of their refunds comes to ç$820. typically brokers and venues issue refunds when a concert is canceled but when events are
postponed, the refunds are at the discretion of the artist, team venue or promoter. >> reach out to the company where you purchase those ticket if you're in the same situation. if you're unsuccessful getting your money back, put nbc 10 responds team to work for you. if you have a consumer problem, head to our website, nbc10.com/nbc 10 responds or call 610-668-7377. now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> 6:47 and we've got sunshine. look at the view from camden, new jersey, looking across the bow of the battleship new jersey. blue sky over the city. into the middle to upper 80s this afternoon, there are clouds and some areas of fog. dover is down to quarter mile visibility. dense fog there. we saw some thick fog, too, in millville. now just clouds over some shore points, including north wildwood, new jersey, starting
off with those coastal clouds, they will not last all day. you'll see sunshine, with winds coming in off the ocean, 70s for the shore. inland, it's into the 80s. in fact, with the south or southwesterly flow, that will increase the humidity. you'll feel the difference during the day today. big warmup for brewerytown, lansdale, could see a late afternoon shower in doylestown. the lehigh valley could see that as well. kutztown, 86 degrees this afternoon. up to 88 degrees for easton. sunshine will be bright to start with. in delaware and new jersey, at the shore, upper 70s this afternoon. cape may may top the 80 degree mark at 81 degrees today. satellite and radar, not much to show you just yet. the clouds will be budding in late this afternoon. that's when weç could see a shower pop up in the lehigh valley and some of the suburbs from this. showers and thunderstorms in northwestern pennsylvania and the ohio valley will slowly move
toward us, overnight tonight. that's when we'll see most likely the first showers in the region. we could see late afternoon showers. those showers most likely farther north and west. clouds will be increasing one way or another. the most sunshine you'll see will be this morning and early this afternoon, then turning cloudier later on. leading to a better chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. high of 86 degrees and into wednesday morning. not an all-day rainfall on wednesday. 86 the high temperature. we'll get some sunshine and here comes a warm holiday weekend. thursday and friday, upper 80s. you'll see some sunshine on saturday. come sunday, another round of showers and thunderstorms. the fourth of july monday, looking great. 85 degrees with sunshine that will last for tuesday and wednesday. just about ten minutes to 7:00 this morning. and we head up on that hour, we want to check on the roads. >> jessica is looking at 76.
it looks like slow going on the schuylkill, jessica. >> of course it is. slow going by the time rush hour hits on the schuylkill expressway. right now we're looking at the schuylkill around the boulevard. no big problems in either direction. we have a drive time here into center city eastbound from the blue route to the vine of 18 minutes. headed westbound towards city avenue where that off ramp is, that's where we typically see big delays first. no problems into center city right now. also watching washington township where there's a tractor-trailer fire. route 55 headed southbound, the right lane is still close. lauren? making a difference. if you know of an organization in our area doing just that, we need your help rewarding them with free money. we're giving away grants to local nonprofits. we call it 21st century solutions. the goal is to support organizations that are implementing new and innovative programs. the application is on nbc10.com. the deadline to apply is august 26th. a woman is killed with a
today, folcroft police officer chris dorman recovering from seven gunshotç wounds is expected to get out of the hospital. a gunman opened fire on the officer while he was conducting a drug investigation on friday. the suspected shooter remains in jail charged with attempted murder. now to a story we've been following throughout the
morning. a woman dies after being shot with a crossbow. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in northeast philadelphia. hat, what are police telling you. >> philadelphia police say it's not the first time they've been called to this hour -- house. the woman was shot with a crossbow in that house, then ran next door to the house on left looking are to help. this happened just before 9:30 last night. police got a call to come out here, they found the woman in the doorway of the neighbor's house bleeding from the chest. the crossbow went through her body, through a couch and into a wall. the suspect is the victim's boyfriend. she's been arrested without incident. neighbors say the man has been going through issues over the past month or so. as of right now, investigates are still trying to piece together exactly what led up to this man pulling out that crossbow against that woman, a weapon that is typically used for hunting.
now police say it's been used for murder. live in northeast philadelphia this morning, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. four minutes before 7:00. today, the pennsylvania budget battle resumes in harrisburg. but it appears lawmakers will not have a spending plan before the new fiscal year begins in four days. democratic governor tom wolf and republican leaders have not unveiled a bipartisan budget package. lawmakers in both the house and senate are negotiating behind closed doors. >> if you live in bucks county, take a deep breath. the bear that's been roaming through neighborhoods is off the streets now. the bear was spotted behind the pennsbury racket and athletic club in mooresville about 3:00 yesterday.ç the game commission used a dart to tranquilize the bear and removed it from the neighborhood. this is fantastic. take a look at who showed up for
dinner with this lady battling stage four lung cancer. >> that's jon bon jovi, the guy in the blue shirt, that's jon bon jovi. the singer appeared at carol's table while she ate with her family at jon bon jovi's soul kitchen restaurant at toms river. she's a lifelong jon bon jovi fan. after spending five months in and out of the hospital, carol's daughter wanted to cheer her up. i bet this did it, based on the power of social media and with some help from jon bon jovi's team, she was able to make her mom's dream of meeting the singer a reality. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington's one last check on your morning drive. a tractor-trailer fire is tieing things up on route 55. traffic is moving by the scene. they only have the right lane closed if you're headed southbound on 55. also slow going on the 4 freeway in deptford, new jersey, headed northbound towards the philadelphia area. you can see a lot of cars sta
starting to slow down, of course, heading down to the shore. no big problems or delays. a disabled in chester county, watch on schuylkill road and park drive. watching 422, starting to see the slowdowns, pretty much everywhere. this is around trooper road. just a little bit backed up, trooper road. the eastbound time starting to stick up, 13 minutes eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. speeds are also into the 40s. the rest of our drive times are slowing down a little bit into center city on 95 and the schuylkill, we're slow, 20 minutes southbound from woodhaven road to the vine, 17 minutes. adding 5 minutes to your morning commute into center city and the schuylki schuylkill. no problems onç the blue route now your nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. >> starting to warm up already. we've got sunshine. look at the lehigh valley. 61 degrees. mostly sunny skies to start with. the clouds will be increasing this afternoon. 79 degrees at lunch time. in philadelphia, a few high
clouds right now. 70 at 8:00. a pleasant morning. 79 degrees at 11:00. then it's into the 80s this afternoon. dry for philadelphia. but the suburbs and the lehigh valley could see a late afternoon shower. those showers becoming more likely tonight and into tomorrow. delaware, 86 degrees this afternoon, if you're looking for cooler temperatures, you'll find them at the shore. >> thank you, bill. don't forget, eight days of family funics can off with the wawa welcome america festival. we're talking music, movie screenings, free museum entrance and of course fireworks. always the fireworks, you can count on nbc 10 for complete coverage of the festivities all week long. download the free nbc 10 app for a complete calendar of events. it's eight days of fun, all starts today. nbc 10 is the official media sponsor of wawa welcome america. it will be fun. >> i'm excited. >> it will be a good time. that's all for "nbc 10 news today." local updates through the morning. always get up to the minute
news, weather and traffic on the nbc 10 app. have a great day, everyone. and join wawa welcome america. good morning. breaking news. terrifying scene. the wing of a passenger plane catches fire seconds after an emergency landing in singapore. 241 people onboard all safe. this morning how rescuers averted disaster. utter devastation. 25 from that historic flooding t in west virginia. more heavy rain expected today while in california more than 200 homes destroyed by a wildfire that officials are struggling to contain. all eyes on wall street after a 600-point plunge on friday in the wake of brexit. investors brace themselves for what could be another bumpy ride. jim cramer weighs in this mo