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afternoon, early this afternoon. as i was tweeting, the computer models were changing, the track shifting farther to the west. it's stronger than it was, but it's not that well organized. it's not going to intensify rapidly. tremendous amounts of rain going into florida right now. and the whole general area has a tremendous amount of moisture that is going to be moving up the coast in the next couple of days. right now it has 45-mile-an-hour maximum winds. it's moving north-northeast at only 7 miles an hour. right up toward the florida panhandle, and there's no doubt that it's going to hit land. computer models show that it will continue to move inland. and close enough to us, especially with the size of this system, that it will be bringing rain. some parts of the area will get it by saturday afternoon.
other areas, wait until saturday night. but by saturday night, and into sunday morning, just about the entire area is likely to see at least some rain. heaviest rain, delaware. and in south jersey, on sunday we get wind on top of the rain, depending on the track. if it's a little bit farther off, a little bit less rain and wind. a little bit to the west, a little bit less. but it can't miss completely. it's going to affect your weekend. >> all right, glenn. make sure you at home have the nbc 10 app on your phone or tablet. download it now before the weather gets here so you can be prepared, and are familiar with how it works. you can learn about any changes in tropical storm hermine's track as the labor day holiday weekend approaches. now to decision 2016. donald trump's visit to mexico. trump's face to face with the mexican president, wrapped up about an hour ago. and we have team coverage of
trump's visit. >> keith jones is tracking what happened, and cydney long spoke to voters in south jersey. >> the single most important issue the u.s. and mexico both need to address. in meetings with mexico's president, republican nominee said both countries must respect the other's right to build a border wall. today's visit at the compound a bit of a risky move for trump with just ten weeks to go before the election. president enrique nieto said they both had a constructive conversation and both agree they want to protect the people of their countries. >> no one wins in either country when human smugglers and drug traffickers prey on innocent people, when cartels commit acts of violence, when illegal
weapons on cash flow from the united states into mexico. >> trump said he and president nieto did not talk about trump's insistence that mexico pay for the border. he said, quote, that will be for a later date. trump will try to set the record straight on his immigration policy tonight in arizona. his speech comes after weeks of confusion over whether he still supports deporting all the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the united states. live in the digital operation center, keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> all right, keith. more on donald trump now. he has recently focused his attention on the minority vote. according to the latest gallup poll, he has more work to do. hillary clinton leads by a wide margin. 65% to 21% in likely minority voters. south jersey reporter cydney long joins us with reaction to trump's surprise visit to mexico today. s
>> reporter: i can tell you people who live and work here in vineland say they question the timing of this, trump's surprise visit to mexico. they also say they have mixed emotions, because the presidential candidate is sending mixed messages. >> he's just saying what people want to hear. >> reporter: victor cruz considers trump's impromptu visit to mexico yet another publicity stunt to gain latino votes this november. >> he's just following orders now. >> reporter: cruz has been taking orders and giving them as a manager at this restaurant in vineland. he grew up poor in the heart of mexico city. he's not sure what the election will bring, or building a wall, and what he calls trump's belligerent comments over many months. >> it's like a comedy. i never thought he would get this far.
>> it's hard to say. >> reporter: claudio is trying to think positive. >> it's a good start. because he would know what's going on. he maybe thinks that mexico is very bad, but it's not bad. >> reporter: he wants to believe trump might ultimately help immigrants in the u.s. gain u.s. citizenship. >> all the mexicans and races and all that, you know, i don't think so. >> reporter: so far, he's undecided. >> it's hard to choose. >> reporter: on who will earn his vote in november. you're going to give this visit a chance? >> yes. i'm with him when he say he want to make america great again. >> reporter: the sentiment here today was one that hoped trump might listen a little more instead of talk with his visit with mexican president today. many wishing that this meeting was not closed doors. instead open to the public so
that they could see and hear what developed. cydney long, nbc 10 news. democratic nominee hillary clinton took shots at her republican rival today. clinton was in ohio. the american legion, she blasted trump on several issues, including that message that america is no longer great. clinton said that was an insult to men and women who served in the armed forces. hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine made a push for pennsylvania voters for a second day in a row. nbc 10's lauren mayk joins us live. what was kaine's message today? >> reporter: he told voters that this is a job interview with them. an interview to be president. and he argued that donald trump's work is incomplete. tim kaine taking aim at republican nominee donald trump. as he warned clinton supporters not to stop working in pennsylvania. >> it's going to be a tough,
tough election. >> reporter: here in the lehigh valley, he slammed trump for not releasing his tax returns, questioned his business dealings and relationship with russia. >> we're entitled to get the information to get to the bottom of this cozy bromance with donald trump and vladimir putin. >> reporter: trump supporters stood outside with their own message. >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt presidential nominee in u.s. history. >> reporter: as kaine rallied pennsylvania supporters here, trump headed for mexico. >> is that something that you would like to see hillary clinton or tim kaine do as well? >> absolutely not. hillary clinton knows most of the people around the world. she can pick up the telephone and say hello, george, how is it going? i mean, she's been there, done that. >> reporter: kaine didn't mention the mexico trip to the crowd here. but we got his reaction in an interview with our spanish station telemundo 62. >> it might be important for donald trump to go mexico just to learn something. he's been speaking in
prejudicial phrases, calling mexicans criminals and going after mexican-american judge for god's sakes because of his national origin. he clearly has some educating to do. that's not the case with hillary clinton. >> reporter: and he went on to say that mexico is important to the u.s. in a number of ways, including trade. and that donald trump has shown disrespect to mexico, to mexicans, and to mexican-americans. live in bethlehem, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. a jersey shore doctor is arrested and accused of inappropriately touching a female patient. had eworks in brick township. he's an obgyn. the woman told police he touched her after an exam. he was arrested last night. a canadian woman reading on the beach this morning survived being run over by a public works truck. the woman was just lying on the sand when she was hit during trash pickup. for a time she was even stuck under the truck. she was rushed to the hospital
but is expected to be okay. the driver agreed to take a blood test. tonight philadelphia police are hunting for the hit-and-run driver who killed a motorcyclist. investigators tell us the driver of a silver gmc yukon crashed into the bike before 11:30 last night. raul perez died at the hospital. the suv driver got away. police found the suv, but not the driver. septa plans to give passengers an update tomorrow on the process to get all those trains back on track. the company in bucks county was selected to make replacement parts for the trains. it will give a timeline on how much longer it will take. septa pulled 120 of the regional trains almost two months ago, after cracks were discovered on parts of them. the commuters have dealt with delays with fewer trains in service. we'll bring you what septa says tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. ond the
app. the gloucester township police held a moment of silence for those who lost their battle. today officers announced a new tool to fight the drug epidemic. when someone gets arrested for a drug charge, they will meet with this advocate to help them recover. nbc 10 broke ground on the problems of heroin and opioids in our community. we spent months walking the streets with addicts and family members of those who died. you can watch our half hour special called generation addicted. you can watch it tonight at 7:00 right here on nbc 10. then join us for a facebook live with nbc10.com's finslytanzio at 7:30. the philadelphia eagles select -- >> draft day. the nfl is bringing a major event to town. voting dangers. into the water in the bay. could be a problem this weekend,
glenn. >> yeah. i'm keeping an eye on that track of this tropical storm hermine that formed this afternoon. what it means for your neighborhood this weekend in my complete
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right now the rip current risks at the beaches, where surfers enjoyed the large waves. >> the red flags are whipping along the jersey shore. a red flag day meant boogie boards weren't allowed. and swimmers can't go into the surf past their knees. >> boaters should heed the warnings. krystal klei reports from ocean city. >> reporter: labor day weekend is typically marked with fun in the sun. and on the water. >> i like to get out. we'll just stay in the back if it's going to be rough. >> reporter: but with three tropical systems to affect the coast through labor day weekend, voters know the track of those storms is especially important. >> we've been out there a couple times and storms have come up and the waves got pretty big. you know it's time to come in. when you have the advance warning like this, you really take a little extra precautions and stay inside. >> reporter: the three systems will generate large swells out
at sea. that will lead to rougher waters along the jersey shore and the delaware beaches. in fact, wave heights may get up to 7 feet by this weekend. it's more typical to see those heights around 2 to 4 feet. as a result, boaters tell me they'll be staying in the calmer waters of the bay. the coast guard says it's important to always use life jackets and let someone know when you're going out and when you plan to come back. for this weekend -- >> be aware of the weather. check the weather before you go out. if you have a boat that is died up, check the lines, go onboard and check to make sh there's any loose gear. >> reporter: krystal klei, nbc 10 news. >> you need to be prepared. >> yes. i know the updates keep coming in. let's go to our hurricane expert, glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> yeah, the official word came out at 5:00 this afternoon. but we put out the tweets about 1:00 when some of the new data was coming in. and leading to a more westward
track, which would impact us even more. this is part of the new tropical storm hermine. in the gulf of mexico. but the moisture is not just for new mexico, it's coming up from the caribbean, through cuba, into the gulf. so we've got caribbean moisture, gulf of mexico moisture. we've got atlantic moisture. that's a lot into one storm. and it means tremendous potential for rain. depending on where it goes, all right? let's see. we've been showing you these lines. the closer they are together, the more moisture. we're sure it will hit the florida panhandle, okay? now we have more of these right near the coast. even a little bit inland. and not only do we see a lot of those lines close to the coast,
you see some of those curls? let me go back here. watch the lines. see, there's a straight line. you see the curl? that means it slows down, may back up a little bit, the longer it hangs around, the more rain you're going to get. the more rain you get, the more flooding there's going to be. 45-mile-an-hour max winds now, moving only 7 miles an hour. and it's expected to accelerate and not necessarily reach hurricane strength. but you don't have to have a hurricane to produce a really nasty weekend. or at least part of the weekend. it could possibly go a little west of us. possibly a little far east. but it's not going to go far enough away to miss us completely. here's the most reliable computer model in the world, european, this afternoon, confirming what other models
have been saying, rain coming in later on saturday, worst of it comes on sunday, and then it moves out slowly. so saturday the rain in delaware and south jersey in the afternoon, coming to the rest of the area saturday night. sunday is the worst of it. this is going to be flooding. that would be the day. windy with the worst of the winds at the shore, of course. and morning rain at the shore monday. gradual clearing as the system moves out. assuming it moves out fast enough. it may move out and then start to come back a little bit. weird things could be happening with this thing early next week. in the meantime, we've got some showers headed toward the philadelphia area right now. thunderstorms coming close to chester county. so beware of that over the next several hours. there's a front coming down. could be some thunderstorms with that. but by tomorrow morning, things have dried out. and so there we go, with the
threat of thunderstorms. by 10:00, and into the early portion of the morning rush tomorrow. and then it's going to dry out, and it's not going to get into the 90s tomorrow. we break the heat wave. friday is the nicest day. no doubt about that. saturday, the rain starts to come in. jersey shore and delaware first. then philly and the p.a. suburbs, everybody gets rain. that's the symbol for the wind coming in as we go to monday. so here's the ten-day forecast. temperatures get knocked down because of this storm. and once it moves away. look what happens to the temperature. up, up, up, another heat wave next week. come on, hurricane, clear it up for the weekend down at the shore. the flyers unveil their 50th anniversary special jersey.
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i'm john clark from csn. nbc 10 confirmed the nfl and eagles will announce tomorrow at city hall at noon that the nfl draft will be here in philly next year. of course,
the birds do not have a first round pick. eagle fans i'm sure will have a warm welcome for all the other first round picks. eagles, final preseason game is tomorrow night. only a few starters are going to play. one guy getting a look is this guy, defensive end jake metz who the birds brought in on friday night. he won the alynna bowl
championship. now he has the chance to make the jump to the nfl. >> i grew up here in philadelphia. so to win a ring with the soul and play with the team of my dreams the next couple of days is amazing. i'm on cloud nine right now. that's awesome. >> the soul celebrating their championship today at city hall. a rally for champions. there's ron jawarski. and we'll see jake metz. yeah, from a champion to a chance to make the birds. the flyers will start their 50th anniversary season in october. they have a special third jersey commemorating the special season. today captain claude helped model it, the gold for the 50 years there. ed schneider approved the jersey before he died. claude had hip and abdominal surgery at the end of the season. he is good to go. >> it's been great. a long summer, but i feel really
good right now. and to be back out healthy, it's fun. >> phillies trying to avoid being swept tonight by the nationals. a special guest will throw out the first pitch. matt kenseth in town promoting the upcoming race in dover. cameron is a big fan. they exchanged a jersey and helmet before tonight's game. kenseth has been practicing for his big moment throwing out the first pitch. >> the first one i bounced, and i got a little higher. who knows. it's not like -- if it was football, i would feel pretty confident it would be really pretty. i throw a football around, i don't throw a baseball around very much. >> i'm sure he will do better than most politicians. to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage.
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that's why zoo staffers don't yet know the baby's gender. as soon as mom lets go, they'll figure out the sex and then will zoo will hold a naming contest. but cute any way you look at it. >> they'll figure the gender soon enough. big weekend. everyone has plans. made in america festival, huge on the ben franklin parkway. you're saying the majority of the rain will come sunday? >> right. but what time does rihanna take the stage? >> i know. >> saturday night looks like the rain could be starting. and that's what we have on the ten-day forecast. that drop is representative of the second part of the day. the afternoon and into saturday night. the heavy rain and wind, that's the rain and wind symbol for sunday, that's where the worst weather should be. you see the lowest temperature. and once the storm moves out, and it may move out slowly, the sun comes back and temperatures go back into the 90s. but sheena will have another update coming at 11:00 tonight with new advisories.
>> okay, glenn. thanks for watching. . breaking news tonight. donald trump's surprise visit to mexico, standing side by side with that country's president. is trump backing down on some of his signature promises. he says they didn't even discuss who would pay for the wall. growing triple threat, another named storm gaining steam in the tropic, hurricane watches in florida millions on high alert. violent flight. passengers injured during severe turbulence, the latest terrifying incident and pilots unable to see it coming. destination unknown. tickets are booked, bags are packed, plans are set, imagine, you're not even told where you're going. "nightly news" begins right