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stormy weather hits the delaware valley. the rain is moving out. but don't expect the wet weather to go too far. the damage already done. this is what fast-moving storms did to trees earlier this morning. we're keeping an eye on wet weather. and fighting for battleground states. the clinton/kaine campaign moves from pennsylvania to ohio. and good morning, thanks for joining us. i am katy zachry. >> and i'm pamela osborne. it is 9:00, and we have been off to a rainy start. >> very rainy. >> let's get a ch eeck on the first alert. >> it's been a busy one for forecasters. we're looking at an active scene
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here. most of the showers hitting pennsylvania and new jersey are moving off to the north, and off shore, but we do see some hanging along the shore. let's zone in there. closely, you can see, red and oranges near fork and toms rivers, some of the heavy rain out there. this is going to move off as we move through the next hour. there are flood advisories and flash flood warnings in place. they'll be lifted around lunchtime. for the rest of the zone, not tracking any more showers. clouds are starting are clear. we're at 79 in philadelphia. dover, 80 degrees there. still in the upper 60s in mount pocono. we'll talk more about temperatures through this afternoon and a second round of rain. thank you, krystal. we're getting reports of trees down fouling this morning's heavy rain. this tree fell on an suv in
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center city. this is at hint and south streets. you can see the street is blocking -- blocked off there because of that tree. and strawberry drive in west philadelphia is shut down because of a tree that fell overnight. the floodwaters are receding, but more wet weather is on the way. >> drew smith is live for us in mercer county. drew, throughout the morning, you showed us roads closed. what is it like now? >> reporter: we've moved to another one of those roads, katy, you can see they've got the cones out. police are trying to be diligent about letting drivers know what to expect. you can see, the drivers are going around a tree that fell. one other thing, the river that runs through this area, and it has been up near the bridge that we're standing on throughout the morning. luckily, it is beginning to drawdown, but the rain just started up again. the tennis court behind here is flooded out in some parts.
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it was a busy night for the police here in west windsor township. they were out trying to shut down the roads, trying to keep the drivers away, but some cars went through the high floodwaters any way. and they ended up getting stuck for the fire department was out res queuing those folks. over at the princeton junction train station, the pedestrian tunnel became flooded. they had to bring in a bus to get people in and out of that spot. that has returned to normal, but it was a busy night for a lot of people. >> all the years coming, i've never seen that happen. >> especially when it is darker out, you cannot tell how deep the water is. >> reporter: and businesses were also affected by all of that flooding. we saw a wawa over in princeton had to close because of those issues. back out live, i want to show you one of the big problems. all of that debris that came up
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during the flooding ended up on ton of the storm drains. so if it does rain again today, it's going run right back into all of that junk and that's going to slow the process of keeping these roads clear. so a warning from police, if you're out driving, be care of the debris and if it starts raining again, there could be more flooding. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> drew, thank you for around the clock updates. be sure to download the nbc 10 app, you're get weather alerts and fine your weather forecast and check out the live radar there as well. this morning, parts of maryland are under a state of emergency after this flooding that you see here. crews rescued 120 people from a popular bar and cars on main street. this is west of baltimore. the howard county press secretary confirmed at this hour, one woman drowned in the flash flooding.
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this new video, you can see the extent of the damage there, a whole section of the street is gone this morning. it is about 9:05. turning now to decision 2016. hillary clinton's after convention bus tour is entering the third and final day. after two stops in pennsylvania, they're wrapping up in ohio. the democratic presidential nominee arrived at a rally in youngstown last night. you're looking at cell phone video shot by one of our digital producers who is traveling on the bus tour with her. clinton and kaine arrived more than three hours late, but didn't stop several hundred people were cheering their arrival on stage. right now, nbc 10 is on the road with the clinton/kaine bus tour. we'll be following the tour throughout the weekend and you can get behind the scenes access through the nbc 10 app and watch
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for our coverage tonight on nbc 10 at 6:00 and 11:00. in case you missed it, nbc 10 lauren makes spoke with the clinton/kaine team on friday. it was the first of interview with a local media outlet. you can see the entire exclusive interview with clinton and kaine, plus track the buzz from the campaign trail, all right on the nbc 10 app. tomorrow, donald trump will be campaigning in the battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio. last night, his campaign confirmed he needed firefighters to rescue him from a stuck elevator in colorado springs. the republican presidential nominee and several others were trapped between floors at a resort hotel. fire crews opened the elevator hatch. they lowered down a ladder and everyone did get out safely, but afterwards at a rally, trump criticized the city's fire marshal for limiting the size of the crowd. donald trump is also complaining about the schedule of debates
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against hillary clinton this fall. he said he doesn't like the fact that two of the three debates will be testify advised during nfl games. trump said the league agreed with him in a letter it sent to the republican nominee. the nfl denied sending any such letter. the first presidential debate is set for monday night, september 26th. it is 9:07, and new this morning, three people involved in a crash in philadelphia are in the hospital. nbc 10 was along the scene at the roosevelt boulevard and fox street in east falls. the crash happened around 1:45 this morning. we are working to find out the victims' conditions and more details about the crash. from the delaware bureau, a dirt bike rider remains in critical condition after his bike collided with a fire truck that was on its way to a call. the accident happened yesterday in wilmington at 4th and van buren streets. you can see the bike is compl e completely wedged under the fire
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truck. the intersection was closed for several hours. the rider could face charges of not yielding tots fire truck. from our jersey shore bureau, investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that ripped through this apartment in atlantic county. a firefighter took this drone video in eagles wood. it broke out in this apartment complex connected to an appliance store. the firefighters did rescue a dog from inside the apartment. they detoured traffic around the area for several hours. the road to rio is paved with excited athletes and very proud families. >> most certainly s one delaware county father's olympic dream become ace re-alty for his son. we'll tell you how a chance encounter could help one dad get to rio to watch his son compete.
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welcome back. another check on doppler radar. the showers are moving out of the viewing area philadelphia, wilmington, seeing clouds clearing out there. we've had a few viewers saying the sun is starting to shine in cape may. we're looking at the showers in parts of new jersey here. you see the heavier rain has moved off shore, ship bottom, still areas of heavier rain out there. we're at 79 in philadelphia, we're starting warm up now that the clouds are breaking a bit. 75 in new jersey, and nearly 80 in delaware. delaware for the most part didn't get too heavy of a hit this morning. later, we're warming up into the 80s, mid 80s elsewhere, lehigh valley, blue skies sneaking in, and tracking the potential for
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the rain as we move into the later part of the afternoon and evening. more scattered activity even monday and tuesday. we'll talk about that coming up with the ten-day on 10. we need your help recognizing the people making a difference in the community. we're giving away grants to local nonprofits, calling it 21st century solution. the goal is to support organizations that innovative programs. the application is on our program, nbc the deadline to apply is august 26th. neighbors in ocean county are concerned after a possible coyote attack. next, we'll tell you where a man and his dog were attack and and what the police are doing to catch the coyote.
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welcome back. ocean county police and animal control officers are warning people about a coyote could be on the loose there. recently a man was attacked, in this park in manchester on wednesday. authorities say the man was with his own dog in a wooded area of the park when they ran into a wild animal. a friend of the victim told our sister station in new york what happened next. >> he was walking his own dog back there and a large brown dog attacked him. >> out of nowhere. >> out of nowhere. >> the coyote in new jersey, that sounds crazy. >> i've got to keep my eyes opened more. >> the man was bitten several times before the animal ran away. the victim's dog was not hurt. a 42-year-old skydiver is now in the history books. the first person to leap from a
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plane without a parachute. and land in a net, instead. look at that. >> this givespy me a little anxiety. he made the jump in california yesterday. he has been preparing for this for the past two years. as you can hear there, cheers erupted when he landed dead center in the net, after a two-minute free fall. he said the experience was incredible. video made me nervous. here is a live look in center city. the good news, we're not seeing the heavy downpour we saw a couple of hours ago. the clouds are breaking up, already seeing that along parts of the shore, in fact, if we flip over, look at north wild wood, we've got blue skies. so some areas are already dealing with sunshine and we should see a mix of some sun and clouds, and then more clouds back in mid late day, to what we
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saw yesterday. we could see pockets of heavier storms redevelop, even after what we saw this morning. unfortunately, some areas are saturated because of this. so yesterday evening, in mercer county, we had serious flooding issues, some rain across south and central new jersey early this morning. now it has moved off along the shares, areas like philadelphia, no longer dealing with the storms. if we zoom into the shore, areas still seeing the orange, meaning it does still show off heavier rain moving through. same for toms river. a lot of it is moving off, over the ocean. what we're seeing is finally some of these heavier storms moving out. it took time for it to happen. all morning long we've been tracking these storms, and we still have the flash flood warning until 11:00 a.m. spotty showers popping up in cape may, but overall, a nice mix of sun and clouds. they'll pop up, move out and
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then that potential will remain through the rest of the day. pop up showers, later in the day, some of those pop up thunderstorms. there is no guarantee your area will be hit. it is not a complete wash-out but we could see stronger storms develop. p pemperton, 84, autobahn, 80, hamilton, 76 outside. look at your neighborhoods for today, like we said, a lot of 80s. center city, 80. mid 80s for lands dell. a pop up cannot be ruled out. heavier rain, same in the lehigh valley, 84. hamilton township, 81. atlantic city, 73. mixing sun along the shore. not saying you have to stay in
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doors all day, but be forewarned of the possibility of showers later on this afternoon. on your ten-day on 10. 87 degrees, sun, clouds, and showers popping up, isolated, not as good a chance on tuesday. you do see next week, 90s in the forecast. >> krystal, thanks for that. this week's wednesday's child is fun, energetic and he has had a few life bumps along the road though. he is looking for a forever family to help steer him are in right direction. here is daniel. >> daniel loves fast cars. we took him to one of the great jewels of the city. the foundation automotive museum in south philly. dr. fred simeon was our gracious host who gave daniel a ride in
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the fer rarii he like the bugat >> the body type. >> the cylinders. see, that's all important. >> daniel is very bright and wants to be a cop. which is partly why he loves fast cars. he wants to chase down and put away bad guys some day. what matters most right now, though, is finding his forever family. >> family that likes to travel. >> i think he is happy doing most activities that a family would do, even going to the park. something as simple as that. daniel will enjoy being really part of a family. >> daniel is going into the eighth grade and like kids his age, he likes to play video games. he's a variety of interests. he loves science and math and hopes to go to college. he hopes the family will teach him things they don't teach in college. >> manners. >> yeah, good things to do, good choices. >> how to make good choices. >> uh-huh. >> daniel is this week's
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wednesday's child. if you would like to make daniel's dream come true or any wednesday's child, go to and search wednesday's child. call the national adoption center at 1-866-do-adopt. >> a father calls out donald trump during the dnc for his plan to ban muslim from the u.s. >> now donald trump is reacting. hear the controversial comments he made about the american muslim family whose son died fighting for the u.s. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message.
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countdown to rio is on. five days away from the start of the olympic games on august 5th in brazil. nbc 10 is the only place where you can see all of the action. speaking of the olympics, we have a local tie here. a delaware county rio olympic dreams is closer to becoming a reality. his son is a track and field representing the u.s. >> george spencer explains, he may be able to see his son go for the gold in person, thanks for a chance uber ride and help from the community. >> ellis hill is overcome with emotion, when he learned his son made it to the rio olympics. but he is rarely flown on a plane, and now retired and disabled, driving uber to make
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ends meet, money is tight. he would be watching durell on tv, like the rest of us. or so he thought. >> it was a chance encounter. >> after missing her earlier flight, liz willick happened into his uber last week and the olympics came up. >> he was engaging and endearing man, and at some point, i felt comfortable enough to ask him if he was able to go. >> she said are you going to go. i said i can't. i can't afford to go over there. i said i would like to be there, but i can't afford to go. >> but his passenger was having none it of. she works for a global concierge service with contacts in brazil. she asked if i can get you to rio, would you go. she set up a go fund me account with a $7,500. a life changing goal for both of them. >> i think outside of special
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things that have happened within my family, it will be one of the most important things i've done in my life. >> we're just now getting just or biggest thing is, it is big, man. you know, so i'm very proud. >> george spencer, nbc 10 news. we've been keeping our eye on this. we checked a couple of minutes ago, the go fund me page has raised $4,000. >> awesome. >> amazing. >> it should get him there, right. >> at least there, and figure it out from there. so if you would like to take a look at the link, all you have to do it check on the nbc 10 app. >> jackie london is heading there to bring you an all access pass. she'll give us a first hand look at all the excitement in brazil. the live reports start on wednesday at 4:00 on nbc 10. a few minutes before 9:30 now and this morning, we're tracking storms. we had rain move in earlier and
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rain in the future. >> this was oh some of the damage done from earlier this morning. now we're watching for a second round of wet wettather.
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well at least he's wearing shoes. well done champ. get gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. pounding rain hits our area, bringing down trees and flooding roads. this morning, we're tracking
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storms across the region. we'll tell you when you can expect the next round of stormy weather to strike. nbc 10 is on the road with hillary clinton, huge crowds gathered for clinton and her vp pick, tim kaine in ohio, even though the pair showed up hours late. good morning, and happy sunday. i am -- >> that's katy zachry and i'm pamela osborne. it is 9:30 there we go. now you can see everybody. >> it is 9:30 on your sunday. thank you for joining us. 9:30 on a rainy sunday. we've had a lot of move run through. you may be seeing a respite, krystal klei is standing by. >> it has been a very busy morning tracking the activity. bring an umbrella if you're heading out. the potential for storms does remain. we're not going to look at all
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day, complete wash-out, but we're looking at storms on and off in today's forecast. we've already seen this morning, now we're starting to flip the switch to the off. later today, there will be more activity moving through. we could see evening storms possible in our forecast today, and that continues into your monday, tuesday as well. you can see that at the bottom of your screen with the scrolling seven-day forecast. here is wilmington, the tarp is still out, probably a good plan, because again, possibility of scattered showers and pockets of heavier rain or thunderstorms is in the forecast. this a look at your doppler radar right now. most activity has started to move out of philadelphia and out of new jersey, pushing along the shore but we'll take a closer look at what is moving through and also talk about the possibility of storm activity later today. that's coming up in just a bit. krystal, thanks. we're getting reports of trees down following this morning's heavy rain. this tree fell on an suv in
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center sfi. you can see there, it is blocking the road as well. another tree we've learned is down on strawberry mansion drive in west philadelphia. nbc 10 drew smith is live in mercer county right now, getting ready to show, right, the damage behind you. hi, drew. >> reporter: hey, good morning. you can take a look, we've been driving around the streams and rivers in this area. they're really swollen. this is a little creek that looks like a river. you can look at the parking lot behind me, for a tennis courts, you can see half the parking lot is under water. if we spin around, i'm going to show you this bridge, one of the roads that was flooded for most of the overnights and into the morning and the water pretty much getting by underneath. we have some video from last night and you can see why they had to declare a state of emergency here in this area. that's because police had to come out, block off roads as that water quickly rose up. the fire department also having to do several rescues, stranded
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drivers who decided to go past those traffic cones, we spoke to one of them about what happened. >> we turn around, and my gas pedal stopped working and i'm not able to shift into gear and not doing anything. then the police had to help push the car out for us. >> reporter: these storms also affected mass transit besides the drivers on the road. princeton junction, there is a pedestrian tunnel that passengers have to use if they want to switch side, and that got washed out during the storm. we are back on washington road, you can take a look at one of the problems that is all of that debris that has built up on the storm drains. that's why they're worried if t the rain gets intense, it can be a problem all over again. the police are doing a lot of work out here. they got rid of one of the trees that was down. they picked it up and traffic
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moving through here again. all the roads have reopened since this morning, and they're hoping that that rain doesn't come back as heavy as it did last night. we're live in west windsor township. i'm drew smith. >> thank you. for around the clock updates, be sure to download the app, weather alerts, find your neighborhood weather forecasts and check out the radar live as well. it is about 9:35 now. turning to decision 2016. hillary clinton's post convention bus tour with running mate tim kaine is in its third and final day. >> after making stops in pennsylvania, the trip is winding up in another battleground state of ohio. >> the democratic presidential nominee arrived in youngstown last night. you're looking at cell phone video shot by our digital producers, on the traveling bus tour with the clinton campaign. they arrived more than three
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hours late but as you see and hear there, it didn't stop several hundred people from cheering their arrival on stage. a few hours earlier, the democratic nominees got a warm welcome in pittsburgh. clinton and kaine are trying to sell their jobs program, which could be the key to winning the election. the bus tour stopped in johnstown, pennsylvania, and trump supporters booed the democratic. >> we're in pittsburgh on the clinton/kaine bus tour and heading to ohio. today, we were in johnstown, talking to young people who are desperate for jobs, as well as clinton supporters who say what they think she needs to do to win the election. >> the road trip isn't over. be sure to follow us on facebook, twitter, instagram and the nbc app for a behind the scenes look for the clinton campaign. >> vince and david, thank you.
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the battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio, the gop is scheduled to hold a rally in harrisburg. he'll participate in a town hall in columbus tomorrow afternoon. we have new information on criticism leveled at donald trump by the parents of a muslim u.s. soldier. khizr kahn accused trump of sacrificing nothing or no one and suggested he read the u.s. constitution. kahn's remarks were a veiled reference to trump's idea to temporarily ban muslims from entering the united states. here is part of trump's reply to george stephanopoulos. >> i think have made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs. tens of thousands of jobs. i think -- >> those are sacrifices? >> oh, sure, i think they're sacrifices. if you look at his wife, she was standing there, she had nothing to say. maybe she wasn't allowed to have
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anything to say. >> the next day, kahn's wife spoke in an interview on msnbc. the full transcript of steph p interview, he wishes kahn well. a pocket version of the u.s. constitution is a best-seller on the 52 page pamphlet sells for only one dollar. kahn flashed his pocket sized constitution while criticizing trump. the general election is now just 100 days away. for a full analysis of where the campaign stands, be sure to tune into to nbc 10 "meet the airs a 10:00 a.m. chris dorman, shot seven times while he was on duty last month. >> a good update.
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he gets a surprise gift, coming up after the break, we'll show you what it is, and who made it possible.
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and back to doppler radar, the showers we've been tracking have finally almost completely cleared the shore, now moving off the coast. we do still see activity moving into parts of new jersey but otherwise a lot of the viewing zone has cleared out in terms of showers, still a cloud and now sunshine mixed out there. so a little sunshine breaking through as we hit your late morning hours. here is the forecast for us at lunchtime, philadelphia about 84, should peek in the upper 80s, spot thunderstorms are possible late afternoon, into the lehigh valley as well, where we could see it later on tonight. 8:00 p.m. hour, notice temperatures along the shore, barely making into the lower
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80s, delaware, also creeping up into the upper 80s with sunshine mixing in. why to take a look for not today, but in the days to come, how they may switch around with storm potential, coming up. >> krystal, we'll see you then. a familiar face is joining the eagles. >> brian dawkins is back, but this time, coming back to the organization to serve in a different role. that's coming up in sports. yous off the wheel to get out of a tight spot. when you can relax with your foot off the brake and stay put. and when you enjoy 400 horsepower that's both smooth and controlled. that's the more human side of engineering. this is the lincoln summer invitation, hurry in now to your dealer for limited time offers! lease an mkc for $289 a month or get 0% apr for 60 months and just announced $1,000 dollars summer invitation bonus.
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welcome back. it's just about 9:44 on this sunday morning and we want to show you a big surprise for a local police officer who is recovering after being shot in the line of duty. you probably recognize this smiling face. folcroft police officer chris dorman is definitely smiling after receiving a new and improved version of his jeep. a chester county company worked with his dad to outfit his jeep
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wranger with new tires, lights and bumpers. an online firm donated $25,000 for parts and labor for the upgrade. he was shot seven times during a drug investigation in folcroft last month. the shooting suspect has been charged with attempted murder. community members and police officers all came together to heal in dallas this weekend. the national association of police activities, dallas mavericks and other groups invited kids to american airlines center for a day of games and performances. the event happened just weeks after five dallas police officers were gunned down during a protest march. organizers say they hope to improve relations between the community and officers and encourage kids to be part of the solution. we want to update you on a story we brought to you as breaking news earlier this morning. >> one person is dead and five others wounded in separate shootings in austin, texas
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overnight. police say the entertainment district where the gunfire broke out is now secure. authorities said unrelated incidents sparked an active shooter scare. a woman in her 30s is dead. we know that medics took other victims to the hospital. there is no word on their conditions at this hour. police are not ruling out that one of the injured people could be the shooter. just within the hour, the ntsb confirmed that at least 16 people have died in a hot air balloon crash near austin, texas. the crash happened yesterday in a pasture. federal investigators say the balloon caught fire near power lines. they said the company that may not be registered with the state, was operating the balloon. two years ago, the faa rejected safety recommendations for greater oversight of hot air balloon rides. and after many hours of rain
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showers this morning, finally, most of the activity is moving off the shore here. so what was a very wet, wet start to the morning and areas like philadelphia through trenton and along parts of new jersey, now is moving out. let's take a closer look, where we still have lingering showers right near toms river to lake wood. you see this area in green, the box under radar. the box is showing where that flash flood warning was put into place. it was put into place because we had a heavy storm cell that hung over the area. through this morning, more than 5.5 inches reported at the ocean county airport. you can see why flooding concerns. 5.5 inches in a few hours dumping over that area that has moved off, though. very spotty activity, little pockets near maurice river, through corbin city, and that's going to be moving directly to the east as it moves out and a spot near cape may courthouse.
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we do have spotty, rains and clouds mixing near cape may as we move into the mid to late morning hours. hour-by-hour forecast, we roll to 4:30 in the afternoon. it looks like on the model, we pull back in some rain starting to develop again near philadelphia, and unfortunately, it is yet again over the same area seeing some of the heavier rain, harvey cedar, trenton, new york. so those showers potentially moving, thunderstorms possible later. 8:30 in the evening, watch as we move to midnight here, a line of shor sho thunderstorms popping into wilmington, you did see there, it wasn't a complete wash-out. it is just some activity popping up. mostly breaking apart by your monday morning, but possibility is for more rain to pick up later in the damon day. if you're going to the pocono raceway this weekend for your sunday forecast, you could see thunderstorms developing, even into the evening.
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temperatures should peek right around the mid 70s for today. as for the shore, you just saw some spotty rain out there possible. maybe a pop up thunderstorm later this afternoon. temperatures should sit mostly in the mid 80s, 83 in after lan, margate, and we're looking at sun, clouds and storms later today. on your ten-day, on 10, 87, tomorrow, 83 by tuesday. that's our last rain day. then you see 80s continue through thursday, but 90s return your friday and saturday. >>announcer: this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinty. yesterday was different, players practicing with the pads on for the first time. also practiced outside for the first time in three days. sun birds, though, sitting out. running back ryan matthews and
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guards with injuries, expected back soon. corner back nolan left with a sore ankle and randle also left early with christiane amanpou . early with cramps. it has been a while since we did that, to play real football. >> we've got to get acclimated to the heat. >> how long before it gets ramped up and you get under each other's skin? >> maybe tomorrow. you never know. one of those days, us never know who is having that hot, sweaty bad day. who is getting them. you just never know. i was just telling him, that's the grind. that's the reality of training camp. >> brian dawkins joined the team's scouting department and using the opportunity as a stepping stone.
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they did not depart on good terms nearly eight years ago, but this is where he wants to be. >> that stuff is gone. it is nothing we can do about it to change any of those things. this place means too much to me. it is no tt about the people wh run it. it is about the eagle green. people can come and g this will remain the same. that's what drives me to want to do more for this organization. >> eagles first preseason game, august 11th seen on csn, kickoff for 7:00. phillies and rangers have had deep discussions, but unlikely to agree on a deal for philly starter vince velasquez. philly's asking price is too high. ellison could be on the move, though. scouts from nine different teams on hand to watch him against the braves last night. top of the second, four hit game three weeks ago, but that's a
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base hit up the middle. ryan howard on the board. phillies take a 1-0 lead. tied at 1 until the bottom of the third. ellison, braves take a 2-1 lead on an r.b.i. single. gets it back and then some. top of the fifth, ellison, double down the left-field line in fact, two scores. franco, that's off the glove. ruled an error. the phils, 4-4, and go on to win it, 9-5. that's sport, i'm marshall harris, csn. ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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about. a young artist in minnesota has a talent that extends beyond the natural gift. >> nbc 10 boyd harper shows us how the teen practices her artwork, even though she doesn't have arms. >> reporter: richfield class of 2016 is off and running. but one new graduate, remains. with her feet, firmly planted. >> i call them fingers. >> reporter: why won't sonia bowyer call things fingers, when fingers is what she has always made of her toes. >> i put adoption in the search engine, how musical, loud, assertive she was and at the end, and oh, by the way, she doesn't have arms. >> reporter: jodi johnson and mike bowyer found themselves captivated by the 15 month old from india abandoned by her
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parents at birth. >> she figured out a way to do it herself. >> she would grab things and hold stuff like any other kid. >> reporter: years of reaching and stretching, that has allowed sonia, at the age of 18, to do this. >> yeah, just like that. >> such an awareness of her feet that it is hard to teach, it is just a gift. she has got a gift for what she is doing already. >> reporter: which is why sonia is still here in the high school art room, more than a month after graduation. >> you got it. >> reporter: taking further instruction from jen, because the girl who has never backed away from a challenge, has decided to pursue a career in art. >> where ever you think the light touches her, i'm going to use orange. >> reporter: already she has been given the art winner of the competition. >> she doesn't ever stop surprising me. >> reporter: but still, a career
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that requires so much dexterity, so much of one's fingers. >> we just said, you know, everybody you know has some kind of an issue, whether you know about it or not, and the thing is, you have to figure out how to work around it. >> reporter: meaning, no feeling sorry for yourself. >> i don't see the point in wasting time. >> reporter: mean -- some of sonia's original drawings will be part of the portfolio she is making for her application to the minnesota college of art and design. >> it would be a shame not to develop the talent she has. >> reporter: the dexterity part, already seemed to be well in hand. >> huge part of art. not just the process. it is what put into it where it gets to where it is. >> reporter: high school behind her, future ahead. i just walk through the door and see what happens. >> reporter: sonia bowyer has pointed herself in the only
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direction she knows, feet forward. >> what an inspiring story there. beautiful works of art that she created. >> her parents, what a lovely couple. she seems like such a great girl. good for her. >> that was brett huper reporting. one more look of the weather. what's it looking like for the rest of the day. >> chance of showers later this afternoon, popping up from time to time. showers monday and tuesday. there is a live look, we've still got clouds out there. it was a little nice with the cloud cover, right. >> no intense sun. >> we'll stay away from the 90s until next week. >> that i like to hear. >> i know, good stuff. all right, well, for pam ra, krystal and all of us at nbc 10, have a great day. thanks for joining us.
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