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preparing for the worst, hermine is churning out in the atlantic, but turning towards us. many families cutting their holiday weekend short and going home to get out of the way. >> the delaware beaches are feeling the whipping winds already this morning. we're also live at the jersey shore. the waves here crashing along the beach are just a case of what's to come. >>. >> good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors.
it looks nice outside right now but you don't want to be caught in this storm. a few people are strolling on the beach, everyone is being urged to stay out of the water because of that rough surf. we have a team of meteorologists tracking the storm. bill, there is still time to get ready? >> yeah, we're lucky for right now, the wind is elevated along the coastline, but look at the clouds. the main cloud shield is well off shore and that's where you find rainfall well off shore right now. the center of the storm is on the move and it continues to pull further away from the coast. that is motion we don't expect it to keep. it will turn left later today. as that happens, the winds that are already strong at 65 miles per hour, those winds are
expected to increase. as it sits down, the storm is about 300 miles offshore. now as a post tropical storm, the winds are further away from the center and not that far from the coast. even though it is 300 miles away from us, we expect it to get closer in the next couple days. as it does the wind speeds are increasing. tomorrow early in the morning, 70 miles per hour winds. possibly hurricane strength winds tuesday morning. we could see those later tomorrow night. the shift, that doesn't look like much, that is a 100 mile shift. that will take it 100 miles closer to the coastline. so those strong winds will be pushing towards the shore. that creates a few problems. damaging winds late tonight and tomorrow with wind gusts more
than 50 miles per hour. tropical storm conditions late tonight and early tomorrow with winds from 256 to 40 miles per hour. as they ramp up, the flood threat is a big issue for our area. tropical storm warning in effect. the flooding, that is a huge threat tonight and especially tomorrow. coastal new jersey, the delaware beaches, the back bays, moderate to major flooding expected. one positive change is the rainfall, a chance of rain showers, no longer expecting to see heavy rain at the shore. the flood threat and your neighborhood forecast, neighborhood by neighborhood, when we come back. >> you got us covered. thanks, phil. >> strong winds and surf are drawing people to the beaches. in delaware, sussex county is under a limited state of
emergency. we see behind you, georgia, people are enjoying the baep for now. >> really an unexpectedly pleasant morning. a lot of beach tourists just looking at the ocean that is churning up. people are allowed to post up here on the beach and just watch the ocean. though one is allowed past their line in the sand. no one is allowed in that rough surf out there. they're keeping people out of the waters. the white caps an indication of the surge well off shore. really planning to impact some of these beach areas. there is another high tide about 12 hours from now. through the rough surf yesterday and into today, the high tides,
there has already been an amount that some locals have noticed. certainly as people watch the possibility of coastal flooding and back bay flooding, i'm george spencer, nbc 10 news. pamela osborn is live this morning, they don't want to take any chances. >> that's right, you mentioned when you were talking to george that people are coming down to marvel at the beaches, they're also marveling at the surfers. this is the largest gathering of
people that we have seen. they're watching some of the surfers you see out there. we spoke to a woman that came here earlier this morning. we spoke to a woman who was an experienced surfer, and she said she would not recommend anyone try it. we have been watching for quite awhile now. only a few of them have been able to get up, stay up, and ride a wave in. it gives you an idea of how strong and powerful these waves are. we saw a gentleman when we were setting up getting ready for this live shot, he said this is a surfer's dream, but it can quickly become a nightmare if you get in the water and you're not prepared. there are no lifeguards on the beaches this morning. your best sbet to stay out of the water.
this beach is slowly getting hit with more waves as we approach high tide. the waves keep pushing a little further, closer to the shore this morning. so certainly best advice is stay out of the water. i know a lot of people are saying it's not doing anything yet. the water is warm, it's sunshiny, but it's not about what it happening right now. it's about the flooding expected to take place tonight and tomorrow. >> pamela osborn, thank you for that. coastal flooding will be a concern especially tonight and tomorrow morning nap hi. last night we found these flooded streets in west wildwood. it is in cape may. we are expecting a news
briefing. we'll have more on that during a special edition of nbc 10 at noon. >>. and preparing for the worst four years after being hit very hard. they will be filling up sandbags to protect their property. with that in mind, in connecticut, campgrounds are closing at noon today. as i mentioned, three counties are under a state of emergency, and in new york, the state of emergency operation center has been activated. millions remain under tropical storm warnings or advisories. in the meantime, tens of thousands of people are still without power. >> you don't even realize how windy it is until you experience it. >> hermine right now is boosting
tropical storm force winds, but tomorrow they could strengthen to hurricane force winds. nine minutes past 10:00 right now. 73 degrees outside. you can see hermine continues to churn in the atlantic ocean. it is slowly moving toward us, especially over the next 24 to 48 hours. you will want to stay with nbc10.com and the app. we have you covered, you can count on our crews. we are constantly updating the forecast. [ clock ticking ]
sunday. 73 degrees outside. this is the reason that people are supposed to stay out of the water. the coastguard stressing it is way too dangerous out there right now as the storm continues to get closer to us. a crew had to rescue this kite surfer that pushed away from the coastline yesterday and could not get back in is an example of how the storm is so powerful that is causing problems for surfers and boaters. now a look at your neighborhood forecast. what you're expecting if you're not at the shore, or if you are. here are the details. alaba allentown, 73 degrees. mount holly. atlantic city, 72. parts of the shore not going to warm much more than the temperatures we see now. talking maybe mid 70s. here is the look, your labor day
weekend forecast. parts of the shore, maybe only to 70 by the afternoon. we will start seeing more cloud cover later in the day, potential for rain as well. and that will be delaware beaches. inland, a drier forecast as go into philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley and a nice mix of clouds and sun. made in america concert good. for monday, 77 in philadelphia, 80 in the lehigh valley. south jersey, 73 degrees. notice a little dip there, same for delaware. those areas still with a chance of rain into monday now looking like that chance is not quite as good as we move further inland. because hermine, just further to the east. starting tomorrow, it gets a turn that brings it closer to us. as a result, we will see gusty
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now. we continue to track hermine and check in regularly with bill henley who is busy this morning along with krystal klei. you mentioned we're going to see less rain with this storm, which is good, but that is not taking away from the seriousness. >> yeah, as you mentioned, now the weather is beautiful right now just about everywhere. you have rough surf, not a good
idea to get in the water, but still plenty of time to get things done nap means gassing up the car, power outages are coming, if any, gas stations don't have power you can't pump gas. just a few scattered clouds, sunshine, temperatures warming up nicely. nice and comfortable. even at the shore things are looking nice. you see the clouds, the rough surf and the winds increasing later today. it doesn't mean we won't get any rainfall. scattered showers later today. a better chance of rain for tomorrow. the heavier rain is way off shore, and the storm continues to move off shore in is a motion that was going on overnight when we went on the air. these things barically changed. the pressure has gotten a little
weaker, strong storms moving around it, it is expected to move closer to us. pretty good agreement with the commute computer models that this storm will take a turn to the left. now it looks like this storm gets about 100 miles closer to the coast over the coming 24 hours. and then kind of lingers off shore. it will strengthen some, but by wednesday it will be a weaker storm. moving into tomorrow, it looks like the effects will be getting worse. hour by hour, the winds ramping up along the shore and the delaware beaches if may come down a little in the evening hours for high tide later tonight. overnight tonight we'll get the stronger winds. this is when the storm gets closer and it strengthens as well. even reach iing inland. winds near 30 miles per hour in
rehoboth beach. the winds stronger into tomorrow morning and tomorrow morning is when we expect to see the roughest go when it goes to need potential. tropical storm warnings in effect. and the flood threat is going to be in place for philadelphia, a minor flood threat along the dell river, moderate to major flooding, expected for the delaware beaches, especially later tomorrow morning. watching the weather neighborhood by neighborhood, fortunately krystal szklei has more. we'll check in with her in a moment. put gas in your car, get our nbc
10 app where you can track the storm. >> two suspects are wanted for the possible shooting of a police officer. three men robbed another man yesterday morning. when the officer got out of their car, bullets started flying. one officer was shot in the head and remains in critical condition. the wounded officer's partner returned fire and struck one of the gunmen. that suspect was found about a block and a half away from missouri and pacific avenues. he was collapsed and deceased. officers have arrested the other two suspects, martel chism
and demetrius cross. they arrested them with no incident. and back to decision 2016, the candidates taking a break today. tomorrow hillary clinton and her running mate tim kaine will be at a labor day festival in ohio. on tuesday, donald trump will be giving speeches in virginia beach and north carolina. after weeks of criticism he was making his pitch to african-american voters who largely white audiences, he made his appeal in drout yesterday after a meeting with black leaders on friday. in detroit he cited scripture. >> one that ensures the right to a great education, so important, and the right to live in safety and peace and to have a really, really great job.
>> trump's scripted, highly visible approach may be working. take a look at this. reuters shows a dead heat and an eight point drop from hillary clinton. during the interview with the fbi she said nearly 40 times she did not remember or could not recall some things including being trained on how to handle classified information. this sunday, all eyes are on hermine, the jersey shore and delaware beaches are bracing for this storm. crews are spread out across the area. more live resports coming up.
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teresa of calcutta. thousands came out to watch. she credited with two miracles and a lifetime of charity to the poorest of the poor in india. in our area, the diocese of trenton will host a massive thanksgiving to celebrate the sainthood ceremony that will be held in about an hour from now in trenton. you know what that music means, the future of the eagles franchise is now. this weekend, the birds traded sam bradford, and that means a different role than expected for rookie carson wentz. john clark takes ak loo at what it means for the eagles going forward. >> the plan was to sit and watch for the first season, but that was scrapped with the eagles trading away sam bradford.
howie roseman got an offer from a desperate vikings team, a first round pick next season, and a fourth round near could be bett -- and a fourth rounder in the next draft. we have to be able to take advantage of opportunities, give us an opportunity to get where we want to be. >> my initial reaction was surprise. something that i really didn't think was a possibility. kind of caught me off gaurt, but i think after the surprise -- >> it looks like he will be the starting quarterback. >> still out to sea, but it is coming. >> it will get closer and conditions will deteriorate until later today.
that will be a major problem, and it should keep people out of the water. most people have obliged. the storm will take a turn and it is moving away from the coast. if it continues to move away, things will be fine. we'll get off easy. but the forecast is for it to take a turn and come closer inland. that will increase the flood threat tonight and into tomorrow at the shore. the rest of the area is looking at nice weather. today, sunshine, 78 degrees, more clouds around. still seeing sunshine on monday, then the storm system is finally pulling away from the entire area come tuesday and then we'll be turning our attention to a heat wave building, teams soaring later. temperatures usually don't goat this level, but we're looking at serious heat later today. we'll have updates on the storm system going forward once things
start to progress. we'll have a better handle on whether or not the storm is moving inland. >> bill henley and krystal klei bringing us the details and constantly updating us. >> hermine has had surprises for us already, and we expect more. that is it for now, stay with us throughout the day for more on hermine, have a good one.
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