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this storm will affect us and could bring some dangerous conditions to our area. here is a live look now at cape may, our shore communities are expected to bear the brunt of this storm as hermine =ktcñs& linger along the coast. meteorologist krystal klei has the latest update on this storm's path and the timing. this could be with us for a few days. >> that's exactly right. this is just the start of what is going to be a period of time that we track tropical storm hermine. today rain already starting to develop out there along the shore, we are looking at winds 15 to 30 miles per hour expected, minor coastal flooding could become an issue as we move late into the day. then we move into your sunday, this is when we are into that first alert looking at rain heavy at times along the shore, wind speeds picking up to 30 to 40 miles per hour with moderate coastal flooding becoming an issue. while the heaviest rain may hit sunday we will continue with those swells as the system gets closer to us. that means the high waves move
inland and as a result major coastal flooding could become a problem, rain lingering, though, along the shore through your monday, possibly even your tuesday here, looking at 35 to 55 mile per hour winds, gusts up to 60 miles per hour are expected along the shore. especially sunday night into monday. here is your radar and satellite. heaviest rain is off the shore, the center of the system is actually now off the shore as well but notice we have got rain that's moving right into delaware. we will continue to track that and talk wind speeds coming up. thanks, krystal. now to that breaking news out of atlantic city. gunfire erupts near the casinos and a police officer is shot during a routine stop. nbc 10's pamela osborne has been live at the scene all morning long. she has an update on the officer's condition. pam, fill us in. >> reporter: well, he is in very critical condition right now, i can also tell you that a $20,000 reward is being offered for any information that leads to the arrest of the suspects who
police say shot an atlantic city police officer just up the street here this morning. right now they are searching for more suspects, but you can see they are still gathered here outside of the parking lot of the caesars casino. you can see the evidence markers on the ground there. this is south arkansas avenue. here is video now of the scene from overnight. police chief henry white tells us -- his officers were doing routine patrol in the area around 2:30 this morning when they came across three men. the two officers were getting ready to approach the suspects when the suspects opened fire on the officers. one of those shots critically injuring one of those atlantic city police officers. they returned fire, shooting and killing one of the suspects, but the other men got away. we've seen s.w.a.t. teams and state police officers, other officers from other departments. they started arriving and insisting atlantic city police early this morning. we talked to the chief and mayor very briefly as well.
this area is a very busy tourist area, a lot of people are in town taking in the last weekend before the summer storm arrives. here is what the mayor had to say about securitysitju people around in this area. >> the incident did occur at 2:34 this morning, so it has been quite a period of time. we do have a lot of police officers on the streets, both in patrols and in cars to assure that the streets are safe again. >> reporter: again, the new jersey state pba offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest of the suspects. we are going to continue to follow this story, check in with police to see how that officer is doing and we will keep you updated. back to you. >> all right. pamela osborne live in atlantic city. thanks for that, pam. now to a live look at the steel pier in atlantic city as we continue our coverage of hermine. rough surf already up and down
the coast and the storm isn't even here yet. the forecast is serious enough that the big beach concerts that were scheduled for this weekend in atlantic city are now canceled. thursday night the zach brown band performed, florida georgia line was supposed to take the stage tonight and blink 182 on monday, but those shows at the beach in a.c. now called off. atlantic city's mayor tells us given the extreme weather conditions predicted for the beach this weekend we were left with no other choice. also the wildwood block party and music festival is canceled. the party was supposed to happen tomorrow but because of hermine the city has called off the event. right now there are no special plans in place for the annual made in america festival in philadelphia. here is a live look over the stage on the ben flank listen parkway in center city, thousands are expected to pack into this area and watch rihanna and coldplay perform this holiday weekend. the parkway has been transformed into a grown-up fun
zone of sorts, there are five stages where dozens of acts will perform all day today and tomorrow. this is a rain or shine event. there are even carnival rides including a giant ferris wheel. some concert goers we spoke to tell us that they are not going to let hermine rain on their goods times. take a listen. >> i don't care. i do not care. rain on me, i'm still going to be out there. >> do you wear a poncho, umbrella, what are you doing? >> nothing. >> no plans. >> no, no plans, just embracing the moment. >> if you can't beat them, join them, right? roads all around the art museum are closed so keep that in mind this weekend, the gates open at noon today. hermine has left a path@ñ o destruction in its wake as it comes our way. it pummeled cedar key yesterday, at least one person died when a tree crashed down on his tent. the storm is causing power outages across the south. in georgia more than 80,000 people were left without
electricity as the storm rolled through. you can track hermine during labor day weekend with the free nbc 10 app. with the app you will get weather alerts sent right to your phone and tablet and you can follow realtime developments on the storm's path. six minutes after 9:00 on this saturday. donald trump protesters and supporters clash on the streets of north philadelphia. coming up, who the republican nominee met with in philly and what he had to say about our city of brotherly love. also ahead, a quarterback's protest may lead to a boycott. we will have the latest fallout from colin kaepernick's stance against the national anthem.
delaware. this is the southern most part of delaware at this point, but that does include up through bethany beach, ra hobby et beach and we have light rain starting to move into cape may. this is following with what we expected, showers starting as we move your morning through your afternoon, mostly along delaware's new jersey, but i think we could see some of those showers move into more southern parts of delaware and the more central parts of new jersey as well. although it's looking like areas like philadelphia while cloudy at this point not going to be seeing a ton of rain today, maybe some lighter showers into the afternoon and evening, but the focus of the heavier rain that comes in the next few days. looking at possible paths for tropical storm hermine. right now the models are in pretty good agreement that through tomorrow we will see it still out to sea but notice now several models are starting to make it turn rather quickly earlier than previous runs and then, check this out, all the models have it curving into us by your tuesday. so as it moves into us that's
when we get the highest threat for coastal flooding, also the highest threat for heavier rain as well as those strongest wind gusts. we will check in on the forecast for those wind gusts in just a bit. >> thanks for that, krystal. here is a live look at holden beach, north carolina, as we keep our eye on tropical storm hermine. sunshine at the moment, but heavy rain and strong winds have battered the carolinas and virginia overnight. we are now seeing the calm after the storm. some big waves breaking at the beach, here is a live look at ocean city where swimmers have been warned all week about dangerous rip currents. this is not the weekend to vacation at the shore or to spend any time in the water. hey, if you don't have it, download the free nbc 10 app, you will need it this weekend as our meteorologists are constantly updating the forecast. in just a few moments we will be back with a live report from the shore. stay with us.
12 minutes past 9:00 op this saturday. 70 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. all morning long we've been tracking hermine. here is a live look at first alert radar from the carolinas and virginia, it's moving closer to delaware and new jersey. nbc's catherine craig is live near the beach in long branch, new jersey. you are just a little bit further north than atlantic city and seaside heights. show us what's happening there this morning. >> reporter: and there are plenty of people on the boardwalk, rosemary, as you can see, people here jogging,
bicycling, but just a handful of people right there on the beach. you can see it looks like one of the lifeguards might be putting up a yellow flag but really there is no swimming, there is no going into the water today. the constant this morning has been the wind. it is so windy but there are now dark clouds around us with the storm approaching the big concern is coastal flooding, beach erosion, what will this beach look like if it is battered by hermine and it is sweatshirt weather right now in long branch. so windy when the rain comes for people who love to lay out on the beach it will be disappointing. a lot of people telling us this morning that they wanted to get out, at least take a walk today because they know it won't be a great beach day later on. we are finding out there is a wedding scheduled to take place right here on the beach tonight, 6:00 p.m. but the mother of the groom told me it's unsure if they will be able to pull off that he had withing outside. they're going to try to take pictures around 3:30 p.m., but 6:00 p.m. they will see if they need to take it indoors.
back to you. >> talk about a stressful day for the bride. catherine craig, thanks for that. up and down the jersey shore and at the delaware beaches folks are preparing for the holiday storm that could last a few days. first alert meteorologist krystal klei joins me now. you've been talking about the weather models all morning long. for our slurs explain how you and the other meteorologists here at nbc 10 assess those models and determine the timing and path of the storm. >> we have been tracking this thing for well over a week now. in fact, a couple of weeks we've been looking at this system. early on model projections are usually widespread showing all over the place where this thing could move. as you get closer to the event y moving in near yo different computer models will indicate where this may move and usually they will start to come into agreement, when they start to come into agreement that's when our confidence in the forecast will starting to up. of course, those models are built and run through very complex mathematical equations that also utilize current conditions, data, formatting to
make that forecast. so that's what we have use and 2o the starting to agree that this system wasr/f6 going to move in then stall near our area so that's what we're looking at. live outside right now in cape may i like that i don't see a lot of people on the beach because as we've been saying being outside these next few days along the shore not going to be the best choice. in fact, if you're looking to maybe do that vacation down at the shore still, i wouldn't head out this morning. if you're back in philly, up in the lehigh valley, just stay where you are, things are going to be better off there, although we will still feel the affects as well. this is the track most updated so it updated again at 8:00 a.m., really didn't change from the 5:00 a.m. update, though. what it shows us is that through sunday morning the system still going to be sitting to our south, the center of the system. most of the activity is to the north and east of the actual center of the storm. so right now it's already starting to move our way, the winds already cranking up as a
result. but here is the path over the next few days. notice this is the next few days and it barely moves. that's the big problem for us. when it just clips on by real quickly, maybe we get some rain, some of that storm surge or some of that sea level rising and hitting the shore, but if it's for several days that's when it becomes a big problem and leads to coastal flooding. so what we're looking at here is monday through tuesday, even wednesday still just offshore of us and some models even have it pushing a little closer in. the closer in the higher the winds and those winds will help to push the water even further inland which is why we are under that tropical storm warning and we have been talking about the concern for coastal flooding, not talking evacuations yet but if this does get too close and push the water in that might be something we have to talk about as early as tomorrow and into your monday. what you see again is the track does push off wednesday, thursday. so this is the wind gust forecast, we move through your morning you see the shoreline where we will see the highest
winds through tonight but it's really sunday and monday i'm worried about. maybe those winds started to pick up in philadelphia, 20 to 30 miles per hour, look at the shore, those oranges, 40 to 50 miles per hour and that continues as we move into the overnight to monday morning. look at the purple, 60 mile per hour possible wind gusts by your monday morning. that's on top(r of the flooding concerns and still rain lingering over that area. more on the forecast and when things finally clear out coming up. we will see you shortly. 9:17 on this saturday. now to this week's wednesday's child, he is a young man who touches hearts of everybody he meets even though he communicates in a different way. this morning we are introduced to james. >> reporter: what you will first notice about james is his determination and of course he is nonverbal. but that doesn't mean he doesn't communicate. james knows exactly what he wants and he shows me.
no one knows james better than his physical therapist keyia johnson who has worked four years with him. >> james is a joy to have. he is very active, he is loving in every way possible, his smile is just very radiant. >> james lives in a group home but like any child he yearns for the love and hend earns only a forever family can offer. >> the ideal family that i would be looking for for james would be a family that is one that's very loving, that's open to the possibilities that he holds, that won't look at him and think that he's limited, but that it may just take longer for him to do whatever it is that he needs to do. >> james loves simple activities that he will do over and over again because he thrives on repetition, it may get old for others but for james it's challenging and soothing.
his ideal family would be a two-part home with other children but he would also enjoy the attention of being an only child. >> james brings just pure joy to the home in general. he is just such a pleasant person to be around. >> for those who work and live with james, he has had a profound impact on their lives. >> he is just such a great kid who just deserves a wonderful family. i can't even describe it, it warms my heart. >> james is this week's wednesday's child. >> to make james's dream and the deem of any wednesday's child come true call the number on your screen. 1-866-do-adopt. isn't rain supposed to be good luck on your we had sng still ahead how a north carolina couple refuses to let hermine ruining their big day. speaking of hermine, tropical storm hermine is on its way toward us right now, we continue to track the storm that's threatening this last unofficial weekend of summer down the shore.
9:22 right now on this saturday. 70 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios. here is a li look at 30th street beach here in avalon. a few people down there taking a stroll this morning. as you can see that rough surf really churning off the coast. i've been spending many summers down the shore here in avalon, you know with these kind of storms you have to bring everything in, batten down the hatches and play it safe. in california police who work san francisco's home games may boycott the stadium over the colin kaepernick controversy. kaepernick is refusing to stand during the national anthem in order to protest racial injustice and police brutality. the police union sent a letter to the 49ers yesterday saying the player's behavior could result in officers not working at the stadium. the union calls kaepernick's
protest police harassment. the team says it respects his right not to participate in the national anthem. in other news this morning a woman in new york says she hasn't stopped crying since an airline made a mistake and flew her five-year-old child to the wrong city. michael george reports. >> reporter: marabell sanity i can't go goe is furious about what happened to her five-year-old son, andy, he was flying alone from the dominican republic to jfk but when she got to jfk she said she got the shock of a lifetime. >> translator: when i went to pick up my son my son wasn't there. i was given another boy. >> reporter: she says for hours no one from jetblue could tell her where andy was. jetblue eventually said they found him, but it turned out to be someone else's child. >> translator: and then i am told he is not there and i say, oh, my god, what did you do to
him? where is he at? >> reporter: her attorney says it took three agonizing hours before jetblue staff figured out andy had accidentally been put on a flight to boston. a jetblue spokesperson told us, quote, upon learning of the error our teams in jfk and boston immediately took steps to assist the children in reaching their correct destinations. while the children were always under the care and supervision of jetblue crew members we realize this situation was distressing for the families. her attorney says that isn't enough. they are asking for an faa investigation and considering filing a lawsuit. >> it's a mother's worst nightmare that their five-year-old child is missing. this never should have happened. >> that was michael george reporting. jetblue gave martinez $2500 in credits and refunds. the mother says she has no plans to ever fly with the airline again. this morning we are keeping you updated on the breaking news
out of atlantic city. a police officer shot in the lineqjñ of duty, nbc 10's pamel osborne is live at the scene gathering new information. pamela. >> reporter: rosemary, that officer is in very critical condition right now, a $20,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest of a suspect, two suspects they are searching for right now, i will have a full update when i see you next.
a police officer is shot and a man is dead in atlantic city. this is the resort community prepares for a busy holiday weekend. we're live at the scene as the hunt is on for two other suspects. bracing for hermine, as the storm makes its way up the east coast we are making sure you are prepared for the extreme weather this weekend. hermine has left a path of destruction from florida to the carolinas, you can see the system churning off the coast of virginia on first alert radar, getting ready to head our way.lb good morning, this is nbc 10 news today, i'm rosemary connors. a lot of breaking news to get to on this saturday. we begin with hermine.
this storm could bring dangerous conditions to our area and we want you to be prepared and safe. here is a live look now over norfolk, virginia, you can tell from this vantage point and from that car traveling to the far upper left side of your screen this area got pounded with rain overnight and now they're dealing with flooding. meteorologist krystal klei has more on when we can expect to see the impact from this storm. fill us in. >> seeing shots like that just reminds us of what may be ahead for us as we see this storm coming closer to us. so currently this is a live look outside cape may, new jersey, look at those waves just crashing into the shore right now. rough waters already and this is well ahead of what will be the effects of tropical storm hermine. so currently it still sits to our south, the rain is starting to edge into dpe. strengthwise 60 mile per hour max winds that we're looking at with hermine currently. the movement of it right now 21 miles per hour to the east-northeast so heading our
direction. here it comes, that stall is likely, especially monday through early wednesday, then early wednesday into thursday it will finally start to move out to sea. locally the effects unfortunately, coastal flooding is going to be the big one. we could also see wind damage thanks to the high gusts expect wednesday's child this system over the next couple of days and rain will be lengthing ring starting today but through early next week. rain now through delaware and into cape may, some pockets of heavier rain certainly possible this morning, mostly along shore points but the potential for some of that stronger heavier rain could move inland by tomorrow into monday so we are going to track that possibility with the look at how much lane we might accumulate coming up in a bit. >> you can track hermine through the labor day weekend with the free nbc 10 app. if you haven't download it had yet do it now. krystal klei and our team of
meteorologists will be updating your forecast throughout the day. you can follow realtime developments on the storm's path and timing. now to that breaking news in atlantic city, a $20,000 reward is on the table after a police officer was shot in the line of duty early this morning. nbc 10's pamela osborne has been live at the scene all morning long for us and she has more on the officer's condition. pamela, tell us about it. >> reporter: rosemary, that officer is in very critical condition this morning. right now this is where he was shot just up the street here on south arkansas avenue. you can see police investigators here, they are recreating the scene. you can see the evidence markers on the ground now. this is right outside of the caesars casino parking lot. we want to get you to video from overnight. police tell us officers were doing routine patrol in the area around 2:30 this morning when they came across three men. the two officers were getting ready to approach the suspects when the suspects opened fire on
the officers. one of those officers were shot -- was shot, rather. atlantic city police officer shot, they returned fire, shooting and killing one of the suspects but two other men got away. we've seen s.w.a.t. teams, state police officers, other local departments coming in to assist, they started arriving very early this morning and at this hour they are still searching for two possibly more suspects. back out here live on the scene this morning, again, there is a $20,000 reward out there right now for information leading to an arrest of these suspects that police are searching for here in atlantic city right now. rosemary, back to you. >> pamela osborne live in atlantic city. thanks, pam. funeral services are being held this morning for an eight-year-old camden girl caught in the middle of a gang hid last friday as she was playing outside of her home. a viewing is under way right now at faith holy temple in camden.
there is a $76,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer in this case. a woman who claims bill cosby sexual assaulted her is pushing for a new bill that would eliminate the statute of limitations for rape and sexual assaults in california. the woman will hold a news conference with her attorney, gloria allred, on tuesday, to urge the state's governor to sign the bill. all red represents more than 30 of bill cosby's accusers but many say the alleged assaults happened in the 1970s which is outside the legal time frame of when a criminal case can be filed in california. criminal charges were filed against the comedian in montgomery county before the 12 year statute of limitations expired there. cosby is accused of drugging and sexual assaulting andrea constant. cosby has pleaded not guilty in the case. days ago prosecutors argued that a tape conversation between cosby and constant's mother should be permitted at trial as
evidence because cosby suspected and may have known that he was being taped. earlier cosby's lawyers moved to suppress the call because they say it was illegally obtained and recorded. it's unclear if the judge will rule on this call during a pretrial hearing on tuesday. now to new video of an overnight fire in west philadelphia. nbc 10 was on the scene here on south 60th street around 4:00 this morning. an elderly victim from the home next door had to go to the hospital for smoke inhalation but no other reports of any injuries. the fire damaged three homes, no word yet on a cause. 9:34 right now on this saturday. back to our coverage of tropical storm hermine as it heads up the east coast right to our area. the florida gulf coast will continue to clean up today. the storm hit there as a hurricane on friday night with storm surges up to 12 feet. hermine lost some of its power inland but still caused damage as it pushed into georgia. the storm gathered speed as it
crossed into the carolinas last night and into the overnight hours. hermine is expected to grow stronger over the atlantic as it approaches the delaware beaches and the jersey shore. people are preparing for the possibility of coastal flooding, high winds and beach erosion. in brigantine homeowners put up this mesh fence to go protect their properties from the high tides and someó folks had to ge their boats out of the bay before the town closes its boat ramp at 2:00 this afternoon. folks in delaware are also preparing for what hermine has in store for them this weekend. some people we have spoken to others are hoping for the best. yesterday many families were setting up their tents and trailers at the indian river inlet which is just south of dewy. the director of the delaware state parks said that if you are going to be here this weekend make sure everything loose is tied down and all your awnings are stowed because they will blow away and somebody could get hurt. folks there tell us that they
are going to try to enjoy the water and have fun despite the forecast. >> we are just hoping for the best, see where the hurricanes are, either they keep going or they die out. so we'll see how it goes, ride it out, if it gets too bad we will just go somewhere else. >> delaware state parks say if you want to cancel your reservation they will be very liberal with their cancellation policies. a family in northeast philadelphia gets something of an unpleasant surprise. take a look. we will tell you how this car ended up wedged underneath their deck.
9:39 right now on this saturday. hermine is interrupting some wedding plans in north carolina. this couple wanted to be married on the beach today in the outer banks but they probably are not going to be saying their i dos in front of the rough surf. they were able to pose for some pictures along the beach before the worst of the storm arrived yesterday. let's take a live look down the shore right now in our area to the beach in cape may, this comes to us from our camera atop the lafayette hotel. a few people taking a stroll. definitely not the kind of weather to be in the water. we have those rip current -- that rip current risk that's been in effect all week and we check in now with meteorologist krystal klei for an update. we really want to make sure that our viewers jund how serious this storm is. >> yeah, absolutely. we've been looking at those models that are becoming more and more in agreement that we
are going to get hit. we are now under that tropical storm warning. a warning means that it's going to happen. we are going to see those conditions. that means high winds as well as the rain moving in and most importantly the coastal flooding potential as we see those large swells. so the system doesn't have to make landfall for us to see the effects of those wave heights increasing and as a result pushing inland. wind speeds right now are already starting to pick up and this is way ahead of the system getting closer to us. so you see along the shore wildwood 21 miles per hour, 20 miles per hour atlantic city and we have that on shore wind. that's the problem is day after day we're going to have on shore wind which means it's going to continue pushing that water inland. we're looking at winds also picking up just a bit around 10 to 15 miles per hour even up through philadelphia, allentown as well. so winds are going to be a big factor in the forecast over the next few days. here is your labor day weekend
forecast. not a great day to be outside, really anywhere, but a little better off in the suburbs in the lehigh valley where today mostly cloud coverage, maybe some peeks of sunshine in the lehigh valley at 78 degrees into sunday, wouldn't be surprised by some rain moving through although better chance in philly and the best chance south jersey and of course along the jersey shore and delaware beaches. that's where we are looking at the potential for pockets of very heavy rain as well as the coastal flooding which again will not be necessarily because of the rain but because of the water is being pushed inland from the storm itself. monday we continue temperatures upper 70s to low 80s, still tracking rain along the jersey shore. here are your forecast rain totals as we move through, 6:30 tonight not a ton except for rehobbyest beach where we could see heavy rainfall, through sunday evening we are seeing the increase along the shore. through monday evening possibly 3 to 4 inches of rain in some
we have some breaking news now out of atlantic county. this just coming in from new jersey state police. they tell us that a car has hit at least eight bicyclists in buna just within the last 45 minutes, the riders were on the side of the road on route 54 near plymouth street. we are also learning from authorities that several of the bicyclists were hurt, one
seriously injured. route 54 will be shut down in the area for some time. we will have updates and continue to give you information on the nbc 10 app and on nbc10.com. now to more breaking news out of oklahoma, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit near still water that's just north of oklahoma city. experts are calling this one of the largest events in oklahoma in just the last few years. it was felt from nebraska to north texas. there are no reports of major damage yelt but we will be keeping a close eye on this story as it develops. in other news back in our area a family's deck ruined in northeast philadelphia. take a look at this. a car went right over their pool and then crashed. this was the scene along jameson avenue yesterday afternoon. here is what happened, the car was struck by a truck, the car jumped a curb, plowed through a fence, went over that pool and crashed into the deck. we spoke to two young brothers who were inside the house at the time of the accident. take a listen.
>> and i just was like -- a normal truck roaming around until it hit multiple times and shook the house. >> i told my brother that it was a car crash and my brother was like, what? >> at least somebody has a sense of humor about this. food news here, as you can see, neither of the boys was hurt and the driver of the car is not injured. donald trump's visit to philadelphia yesterday prompt this had clash between a protester and a supporter. james lambert of bucks county was hit over the head with his own democrat for trump sign. as protesters clashed trump met privately with members of the african-american community. the republican presidential nominee has been campaigning hard for minority votes. critics are calling the appearance a publicity stunt,
but those attending yesterday's event disagree. that includes philadelphia congressional candidate james jones who spoke to trump about the economy. >> we talked about how to bring more jobs back into america and i believe he can be able to do that. he's got a background in business, he is not a politician just as i am not. >> trump will be in detroit today but before he left the city of brotherly love he took a parting shot at philadelphia's mayor, he made the remarks during a one on one interview with nbc 10's lauren mayk. í went to school here. i know the city very well. to see how far it's gone down, the inner cities and the neighborhood we are in right now, i can't even believe it. >> reporter: donald trump talking about philadelphia on a visit prk for african-american votes the republican nominee had harsh words. >> you have tremendous violence in the streets of philadelphia, your mayor is doing a terrible job here. >> reporter: mayor jim kenney is striking back telling nbc 10,
quote, several words come to find after reading the candidate's comments, but perhaps nincompoop is the most family friendly. kenney says serious crime is down 2.2% in philadelphia. trump's outreach to african-american voters has included appeals like this. >> you walk down the street you get shot. >> reporter: in our one-on-one interview i he pressed for how he would make a difference. what's your plan to deal with gun violence? >> you have to have strong police, you have to have strong community support. you don't have any -- the support and the police together are not working. >> reporter: what about the guns on the streets? >> the guns on the street you have to take them away from criminals. they know who they are. >> reporter: trump has been critical and wants to withhold funds from sanctuary cities that don't cooperate with federal requests to hold wanted undocumented immigrants, philly is one of them. >> with he defund sanctuary cities and hold back money. sanctuary cities are a disaster in this city.
>> reporter: would that cl you medicaid money. >> part of trump's argument that he will make cities like this one safer, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. and we are continuing to track hermine looking at buh owe data, this is now where hermine is starting to move off the shore and back to sea where she may even strengthen a bit, wind speeds might see a little higher. what we're looking at right now your wind gusts 31 miles per hour, this is right off the shore. look at the wave heights here, 13, 13, 20 feet. now, this is a little further out but what you're seeing that the swell from this storm is starting to really develop those wave heights along where it is currently moving. now we're moving to where we are. here is atlantic city, right off of ship bottom, wave heights up to 7 feet already and that also is very close to where we're seeing 30 mile per hour wind gusts. so winds are starting to pick up along the shore, we're starting to sigh showers in parts of
delaware and in the days to come winds will only strengthen, that's also when your wave heights are going to continue to increase with the potential for coastal flooding. that's the big focus. this could lead to some damage to homes or things that are right along the shoreline. it could become a dangerous situation. that is what we are looking at over the next several days. sorry, just playing here with our little dog and our friend. nbc 10 continues our commitment to clear the shelters and find homes for adoptable pets. joining me this morning is amy as she does every saturday with the animal care and control team and meca who has been so friendly. how did meca come into the shelter >> she was found as a stray by philadelphia police and they brought her in, which was great. they have such a hard job and they still take the time to bring stray dogs to us. >> we think meca is two years
old. >> it is a guess. she is a young happy girl and i don't know what she's doing with her pause but she has been awesome all morning. everybody she meets she's been really friendly and she's been friendly with other dogs at the shelter. >> doing well as she's getting her behavioral testing, training, that kind of thing done. >> exactly. we have volunteers that bring the dogs out together so that if there are dogs that are maybe not so sure about other dogs it helps them come out of their shell and feel more comfortable. she has one of the tester dogs. if there are dogs that aren't so sure we will have them go out with meca. >> because she has a great disposition. >> yes. >> amy, obviously a lot of people off this weekend. >> yes. >> if people want to come down and meet meca or any of the other pets they can. >> yeah, i think we have a special right now -- yes, we do. all of our dogs with $25. >> great. >> and cats, actually, as well, but that's all month so come down, we are hope from 10:00 to
5:00 today and tomorrow. dogs like meca i was saying earlier, i work at the shelter and sometimes still i'm just like this is such an awesome dog and we have so many dogs like this that are just -- they're great with people, great with animals and they would fit into almost any home. >> let's see if we can get that tight shot of meca here. >> such a good girl. >> we just showed you that information on your screen but we will give it to you one more time. if you want to get in touch with the animal care and control team give them at a call at 267-385-3800 also find them on the web @philly.org. we will take a quick break and be right back.
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10 studios. hermine continues to whoever off the coast of virginia, this is the damage left behind in norfolk. you can see that noogd here along these roads. it's going to be a real clean up over the next few days for areas to the south of us and of course we're bracing for it here up in the northeast. we check in now with derek ward, he is live for us along the chesapeake bay bridge. a little bit southeast of baltimore. derek, tell us about the continues there. >> reporter: well, i tell you what, it is indeed windy and one of the indications that we're seeing here is out here on the bay we are not seeing all of the pleasure craft that you usually see and of course as i say that here comes a [ inaudible ] the first when we have seen today, we have seen some crabbers out there. they have been having a bit of trouble. parts of maryland are under a state of new jersey declared by the governor [ inaudible ] also virginia's governor has declared
a state of emergency for the entire state. down in ocean city they don't want people in the water, we've banned swimming on the beaches because of a possible rip tide. you can imagine what a damper with a would put on people's labor day plans. hermine has moved out but may gather more strength and become a hurricane again. that's what folks are preparing for. 6 to 8 foot waves and 4 foot storm surges all along this part of the shore. they have taken caution and telling people to be aware, be ready to evacuate if things got to that and in some jurisdictions national guard is putting put on alert and some emergency teams being put on stand by just to be on the safe day. >> derek ward live along the chesapeake bay. thanks for that. derek talking about ocean city maryland, ocean city new jersey and the other shore points in our area bracing for some of those conditions he mentioned. >> absolutely. he made a good point saying that there is that possibility of evacuations that may occur as early as tomorrow so that's something we will have to watch. that was a live look from cape
may lighthouse. radar is showing light rain starting to pick up there. forecast for today will be cloudy in philly, chance of showers late afternoon evening, better chance is sunday, that's when we could see heavy rain along the shore and looking at the highest wind gusts. >> be sure to stay with nbc 10 all day long on the in bs 10 app, nbc10.com, facebook and twitter and of course this evening. for krystal klei and everybody here at nbc 10, i'm rosemary connors. have a good one.
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