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look at the suburbs in the middle 50s. delaware is 61 and will climb with bright sunshine into the 80s. the humidity stays low all day. a little bit of a northerly wind at 7:00, becoming more northeasterly. no sign of the humidity at 10:00 this morning. for philadelphia, right now it just dropped toç3 degrees. sunshine, 62 degrees at 7:00, into the low 70s. really comfortable through the morning and through this afternoon. 90s are out of the picture, at least for today. 82 degrees right now is the forecast for this afternoon while it's into the low 80s for the suburbs and the lehigh valley in new jersey. at the shore, 70s this afternoon with a nice sea breeze blowing. i'll go through the forecast hour by hour when i'm back in just a few minutes. first, jessica boyington has an update on first alert traffic. >> starting off in new jersey this morning, this is actually in deptford. our cameras on the 42 freeway around route 41. on the northbound side headed into philadelphia, no problems or delays. southbound heading down the shore, you'll be good there as well. the 42 freeway looks great.
no problems reported on 295, the new jersey turnpike looks good. in maurice river township, way down into south jersey, there's an accident investigation. route 47 is blocked in both directions around cumberland road. checking in with mass transit, for the most part, everything is running on time with no big delays. bus service for route 40 will actually be detoured, starting around 6:00 a.m. in the next half an hour or so that will begin and move throughout the morning. we'll keep you updated on that as well. vai? >> chapter one. that play on words are carson wentz's eagles debut is the front page of this morning's philadelphia "daily news." check out the cover page of the "daily news" sports section. the eagles cheer with the word glee tacked on the front. monique braxton is live for us at the linc where it all went down. the eagles are off to a great start this season. >> oh, my goodness. how exciting was that game, vai? i'm sure you could relate much
better than me but after the win, carson wentz said, check this out, it was just a game. >> 1-0! >> what a season opener. the eagles new qb is receiving rave reviews this morning. number 11 threw 278 yards and 2 touchdowns. as you know, the final score was 29-10. it's coach doug pederson's first nfl head coaching position. pederson admitted he was nervous, calling it jittery. but wentz was cool as a cucumber. he had no interceptions and the fans were happy. >> he was great. people seemed to really like him. it was fun. he played well. >> we'll hop on the wentz train, take it one game at a time. as a father i'm excited, my son gets to see a new era. >> next, the eagles play chicago. no doubt we'll have coverage all week, all of the hype leading up
to that game. live for now, outside the lvrin monique braxton, nbc 10 news. vice president joe biden was there when the eagles paid tribute to 9/11. first responders and members of the marine corps walked out on to the field joined by members of both football teams and the vice president joe biden. they held the american flag as the national anthem played. vice president joe biden met privately with firefighters before the ceremony, giving them a small medallion, shaking their hands. >> it was awesome. a lot of the eagles grabbed the flag with us. it was nice on the sidelines thgrñ it was an honor. >> the vice president went to the eagles locker room to congratulate the team after this game. bo allen snapped the selfie. one other note, all of the eagles players stood for the
national anthem yesterday. here's a look at the annual 9/11 tribute in light in lower manhattan. the two giant light beams represent the twin towers of the world trade center where more than 2,700 people lost their lives. hard to see. we're told the light beams are still on. they switched on at sundown and will stay lit until dawn. 5:34. 65 degrees right now. decision 2016 this morning, there's renewed scrutiny about hillary clinton's health. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live in the digital operations center and pam, this clinton stumble that was caught on video yesterday make her health become a real issue in the race for the white house? >> it's definitely a question that some people are asking this morning, vai. we've seen her at times having difficulty speaking on the campaign trail. turns off that cough was a case of pneumonia. both hillary clinton and donald trump were at the 9/11 commemoration at ground zero sunday morning when clinton suddenly left.
we saw clinton standing on a sidewalk waiting on her ride but as she attempted to get into her van, you can see she was having trouble standing on her own two feet there. her aides had to help her into the van which took her to her daughter's apartment so she could get some rest. some are calling this incident a near textbook case of walking pneumonia where patients don't feel their best but aren't sick enough to go to the hospital or stay home. late last night, we learned that clinton was diagnosed and put on antibiotics friday. in a statement, clip's doctor confirmed the democratic presidential candidate became overheated and dehydrated but it doing much better now. >> if she's hydrated now and she's taking the medications that she's supposed to be, i mean, she should be good to go. >> the trip to california today and tomorrow was canceled because clinton could get more rest. this is the very latest nbc news/"wall street journal"/marist polls.
they have clinton and trump deadlocked in four battleground states. reporting live in the digital operations center, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. pam, thank you. today, people from the philadelphia area will head to harrisburg to fight for higher pay. they're going to board buss in center city this morning to go to a rally at the state capitol. it's one of 25 protests across the country today. workers, clergy and community leaders are call on politicians to adopt moral policy agendas. demonstrator will call for racial justice, more union rights an a minimum wage of $15 an hour. governor tom wolf has called on state lawmakers to raise the minimum wage for all workers. in march he signed an executive order requiring state workers to be paid at least $10.15 an hour. they are reviewing a minimum wage increase but the minimum wage was never intended to be a living wage but should act as a starting or training pay. right now the minimum wage in
p.a. is $7.25 an hour, in new jersey, $8.38 and in delaware, it's $8.25 an hour. 65 degrees outside, 5:37 right now. jury selection begins in the retrial of the accused killer of a 6-year-old boy inç new york 1979. pedro hernandez is auz couped of kidnapping 6-year-old etan patz from his bus stop before killing him. he was arrested in 2012 after a relative tipped off police. the defense says hernandez imagined his guilt, due to a mental disorder. philadelphia police and the fbi hope new pictures will help catch a serial bank robber. the most recent incident happened just yesterday afternoon at the td bank on south 11th street in center city. investigators say he hit the same bank last sun. they believe he also tried to rob a citizens bank on north 5th street on east oak lane august 19th and then robbed the hyperion bank 40 minutes later.
here she is. >> the new miss america will show off her crown today. >> miss arkansas. >> excitement in atlantic city. miss arkansas, savvy shields is crowned miss america 2017 at boardwalk hall last night. she won the talent competition with a jazz dance to a song from the tv show "smash." miss america will dip her toe into the atlantic ocean in front of the boardwalk. >> it's a tradition for miss america to head to the ocean to meet fans. 5:38. good weather to do whatever you want during the day today. cooler at the shore and for philadelphia, too we saw a little bit of a breeze but not much. with little wind and dry air, clear skies, that allows the temperatures to drop down. 63 right now in philadelphia. bright sunshine and we will warm
through the 70s and into the low 80s this afternoon. but through it all, the humidity will stay nice and low today. the suburbs, a light breeze, too, out of the northeast at 6 miles an hour, 10:00 will warm from the 50s into the upper 60s. and then into the upper 70s this afternoon. look at that, sunshine all day long. you'll see bright, sunny skies for the lehigh valley. very little wind. 55 right now. 66 degrees, comfortable at 10:00 and 70s this afternoon. absolutely beautiful day. count on that in south jersey and at the shore today. new jersey, sunshine, 54 degrees to start with. that sunshine will warm us into the 70s this morning. at noontime, 75 degrees with low humidity near 80 degrees this afternoon. the shore for your ocean toe dipping ceremony, 73 degrees right now. you know exactly what time they do that ocean toe dipping, jessica, anyone? >> no.
>> i recommend miss america, noontime. >> 7:00. >> 7:00 is too early. wait until noon. sleep in. it was a big night last night. for delaware, 61 degrees right now. the humidity will stay nice and low with winds out of the northeast at noontime, 76 agrees and near 80 degrees this afternoon. there are changes ahead. i'll go through with it the 10 day on 10 when i'm back in a few minutes. >> jessica doesn't know what time miss america dips her toe, how are we going to know? >> poor jessica, crickets, crickets. >> you know what i do know? >> route 309 i do know, no problems or delays at stump road.ç we're good there. there is an accident in trooper, downed pole, ridge pike between first avenue and germantown pike is closed because of that right now. that downed pole is blocking the roadway. the blue route drive times, we're doing great there as well.
14 minutes in both directions, north or southbound from 95 to the schuylkill expressway and speeds also into the 60s. more updates when i come back. how is that, vai and tracy? >> really, really good. the national anthem combined with special 9/11 tributes before the start of several nfl games yesterday. that didn't stop the protest of the "star-spangled banner" from spreading. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
happening çtoday, a cease-fires set to begin in syria. the interim truce comes after a weekend of warfare. dozens of people were killed. government troops and rebels appeared to be fighting to strengthen their positions in several parts of the country. families are desperate to escape aleppo. this is video taken as one family made the desperate journey to safety. syrian government forces have the city under siege. the family used the syrian version of the underground railroad to get out. a convoy of two vans driven by volunteers through a kill zone. smugglers helped them sneak across the border to turkey. u.s. and naval troops in afghanistan marked the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
with a ceremony in kabul. they remember the victims and allies who died in the war on terrorism that followed 9/11. al qaeda claimed responsibility for the attacks which led directly to the u.s. war in afghanistan and indirectly to the invasion of iraq. meanwhile, the nfl paid tribute to victims of the 9/11 attacks before its games yesterday but several players struck a note of protest during the national anthem. in kansas city, chiefs cornerback marcus peters held his fist in the air with his head down. the protest was seemingly meant to show solidarity with 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick who sparked a national controversy by sitting or kneeling during the anthem before this year's preseason games. kaepernick says he's refused to stan for the anthem because he will not show, quote, pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and the people of color. the 49ers play tonight on the west coast. there was also a protest in arizona before the
patriots/cardinals dame. martellus bennett and mccourty both held up their fist as well. all 53 seahawk players stood with their arms interlocked together. on the opposing sideline, four miami dolphin members kneeling. in camden, members of a high school football team also made a statement. all but two members of the woodrow wilson high school football team knelt during the anthem. the camden school district said it sports the team's freedom to express its first amendment rights. the man behind one of tv's wildest commercial pitches, crazy eddie antar has died.
>> his prices are insane. >> that is the phrase that turned crazy eddie's electronics in brooklyn into a retail giant. eddie antar, seen here, fled the country in the early 1990s after being indicted on stock fraud charges. he was later extradited and convicted in a racketeering case that was overturned on appeal. antar pleaded guilty to other charges and served seven years in prison. crazy eddie antar died saturday of an unknown cause. he was 68 years old. 5:47. a new hurricane is churning in the pacific but çorlene's wind stand at 65 miles an hour. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> heading out right now, our skies are nice and clear and the temperatures have really come down. we have a cooler morning with readings in the 50s and 60s. brilliant sunshine during the day. that bright sunshine will warm us into the low 80s this
afternoon as the humidity stays low, making for a beautiful evening this evening with clear skies. 55 right now in allentown. coatesville in the 50s. look at the 50s for trenton and mt. holly. this is much cooler than it was yesterday at this time. 15 degrees cooler in philadelphia. look at allentown, 24 degrees cooler and more than 20 degrees cooler in trenton and mt. holly. a really pleasant start this morning. some of the cooler spots are in the suburbs. phoenixville is 54 degrees. chadds ford is 53 and collegeville is 52 while ft. washington are in the low to mid-50s to start with. that's our starting point. with clear skies, no sign of any clouds, we'll see bright sunshine during the day. we will march right into the low 80s this afternoon. there's warmer weather ahead. even though the humidity is low today, in advance of these showers, which are fall off to the north and west in montana and north dakota, over the next couple days, this nears us, the
humidity will start pushing up and tomorrow we'll see the winds shifting, more of a southwesterly wind. we'll start to see some of that change. i'm forecasting a but full d-- beautiful day for tomorrow. low 80s this afternoon, the humidity does creep up some for wednesday. look at the temperature, 90 degrees the high temperature. nowhere near as steamy as last week. the cold front, the showers in montana and north dakota, a long way away, that comes through on wednesday. behind it, really pleasant weather for thursday and friday with readings in the 70s. and then into the 80s as we go into the weekend with a chance of much-needed rainfall on sunday, clearing out and cooling down for monday, tuesday and wednesday. all right, bill, thanks for that. almost 10 before 6:00. jessica boyington is looking at her cameras helping you get to work this morning. >> good morning, everyone. we're starting off on 295.
no problems here. this is right around route 33 in hamilton. a north or southbound drive time right now, not seeing any problems if you're heading towards philadelphia or maybe towards trenton. no problems there or lane restrictions. but keeping it in new jersey and morris river township, there's an accident investigation under way on route 47 blocking it all right now because of an earlier accident. both directions around cumberland road is where we're watching, also moving back over into pa in trooper. that accident and downed pole is still taking out part of ridge pike between first avenue and germantown pike. here's the blue route arnooun a around old gulph road. police tell us one person is dead and another in critical condition. police say they're investigating a double stabbing that happened just before 4:30 this morning.
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good morning, everyone. jessica boyington watching the roads. we're watching route 309 and paper mill road. a couple of cars out the door. no big problems or delays right now. we're not seeing any lane restrictions or accidents to report there. the construction is cleared on the pa turnpike. we're still green.
the drive times look great westbound and eastbound from route 1 to valley forge. only 21 minutes. average speeds way up into the 60s and even on the westbound side, clocking in at 70 miles an hour. pretty fast out there. i'll have updates when i come back on jersey roads. grief counselors will be helping students at a denver high school after a deadly school bus crash involving the football team. the bus full of legacy high school football players and coaches went off the road at denver international airport yesterday. the bus driver died. 15 students and 3 coaches are being treated at four area hospitals for different injuries. denver police said sunday they didn't know what caused the driver to crash the bus. we may find out the identity of july's $487 million powerball jackpot winner today. the new hampshire lottery says attorneys for the winner are planning to come forward to claim the prize. they also plan to announce the winner's philanthropic plans for it. the winning ticket was hold at a
new hampshire supermarket on july 30th. speaking of winners. >> speaking of winners, jon dorenbos is off to hollywood to make some magic. >> nbc 10 was there when dorenbos left lincoln financial field right after the birds beat the browns yesterday. he'll be competing in the season finale of "america's got talent." >> start with a win on sunday, hope to bring a win back tuesday, bring it home to philly. >> dorenbos will perform a magic routine tomorrow night at 8:00 right here on nbc 10. then you'll find out if he's the winning act during the live finale results show on wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. you cannot miss that. nbc 10's jacqueline london will be in l.a. for all of the action. she'll bring us everything you need to know about dorenbos's run on "agt." and the summer swim season is coming to an end. >> this puppy pool party marked the closing of the wildwood
water park yesterday. a weekend of tail wagging events wrapped up at raging waters water park on maurice pier. they played in the fountain pool. a fix that should have taken a philadelphia mechanic two days to repair actually turned into a job that was months long. >> yes, that is until this man called nbc 10 responds to get help. all new at 6:00, we'll show you what happened when our response team went to the mechanic to demand answers. plus, a power plant explosion in the lehigh valley. this happened last night. we'll tell you what caused it and why firefighters had to take caution fighting the flames and actually staging outside the fire. plus, we are following breaking news from bucks county. that's coming up. skyforce 10 is in the air headed to that.
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stops scheduled for today. wentz wins in week one. the rookie quarterback delivered for the birds, landing them a victory at the linc. miss arkansas. >> this morning, the newly crowned miss america will be following tradition by dipping her toes in the atlantic. nbc 10 news starts now. >> 6:00 a.m. on the nose. 65 degrees outside. you'll feel it when you walk out. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. we had that record-breaking heat on friday. this is very welcome for us, this cooler weather. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley and the neighborhood forecast. >> temperatures are running up to 25 degrees