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welcome to a brighter future. comcast. searching for a suspect. a man is in critical condition after a hit and run in a philadelphia parking lot. police are looking for the driver. aftermath of the attacks. man suspected of planting bombs in new jersey and new york is facing attempted murder charges. eagles players take part in a national anthem demonstration during "monday night football." nbc 10 news starts now. >> 6:00 a.m. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley in the neighborhood forecast. bill, some are waking up to fog this morning. >> there are areas of thick fog. some of it is in the suburbs, so the temperatures have cooled into the 60s. that's a foggy view from king of prussia. 68 degrees at 9:00. by lunch time, 78 degrees. we'll get breaks of sunshine.
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the fog will disappear this morning. in philadelphia, no fog. cool temperatures and cloudy skies, 70 degrees with mostly cloudy at 8:00. 76 in philadelphia. the suburbs and the lehigh valley seeing that fog. it's not happening in delaware. you see will mostly cloudy skies in delaware. 81 degrees. could see late-day sunshine for the lehigh valley and for delaware, for philadelphia, 83 degrees this afternoon and the shore, still some scattered showers. we're seeing a few scattered showers this morning. and a possibiháy umbrellas will go up at the jersey shore and delaware as well. let's see how the traffic is looking. jessica boyington with an update from the first alert traffic center. >> thanks, bill. starting off on 95, we're seeing improvements in langhorne. our cameras showing this accident scene as cleared out of the way on the southbound side.
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just a bit ago we had the left lane blocked with big delays. now we're watching crew on the northbound side. that traffic still getting by. nothing is causing significant delays or backups. 95 in langhorne looks like it's back in business. souderton, we're watching an accident on washington avenue and west broad street. here's 73 in voorhees, new jersey around cooper road. maybe you're getting to virtua this morning. north toward the tacony palmyra bridge, you're good there, too. no scheduled openings. philadelphia police are looking for the driver involved in this hit and run. it was just before 11:00 last night, a 49-year-old man was hit by a car in a parking lot in the rhawnhurst neighborhood. witnesses called 911, got the car's license plate number and a short time later, police found the chevy but not the driver. the man who was hit is in very
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critical condition. prosecutors in france say they've arrested eight people in connection with the truck attack in nice that killed 86 in july. the suspect is linked to the attacker shot and killed by police. isis claimed responsibility for that attack where a truck barrelled into a crowd waiting to see holiday fireworks. >> 6:03. 69 degrees outside. right now, the man accused of planting bombs in new york and new jersey is under arrest on attempted murder charges. and being held on more than $5 million bail. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in the digital operations center for us this morning. matt, still, a lot more questions than answers in this case. >> several questions, vai, including why. what was the motive here? and did the suspect act alone? fbi and local police departments worked late into the night in lyndon, new jersey. that is where the search came to an end yesterday morning. they collected evidence where investigators first confronted
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rahami, found sleeping in the doorway of a bar. that led to a shootout and ahmad rahami was arrested and captured. they fond his fingerprint on an unexploded pressure cooker bomb near the blast site in manhattan. witnesses and neighbors describe what happened. >> the gun from the left side and he just started shooting. >> i heard gunshots, i heard pop, pop, pop, pop. >> scary. more than a firecracker. >> reporter: investigators have been collecting evidence at that restaurant and home in lyndon where rahami's family lives. this morning, one of the big questions that remains, again, there are several questions but what did other family members know? and did they radicalize each other? the "today" show coming up in an hour, they will be looking at that and how this all will influence the fight against terror. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. this morning we're learning more about the bombing suspect
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ahmad rahami. he's been in the u.s.ç since h was a boy. i came with his family from afghanistan in 1995. government officials tell nbc news the family was granted asigh lum in 2011. u.s. intelligence officials tell nbc news that the suspect, his father and brother travelled to pakistan and afghanistan multiple times over the last decade. and today, we know more about the suspect behind this weekend's shooting rampage. >> police sores say nicholas glenn left a rambling note behind which he referred to himself in the third person as solo tattoo tears. during his last day he was sent to solitary confinement three times. it was that isolation that his cousin says contributed to a suicide attempt last year. >> i came home, he was out of it, like he tried to commit suici suicide. >> he was a different guy? >> yes. >> in april of this year, glenn's supervised probation was extended again with an order
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that glenn receive a mental health evaluation. family members believe he snapped friday night. one of the officers wounded by nicholas glenn says he'll be back in uniform as soon as he can. surveillance video shows university of penn officer ed miller moments after being shot twice but still chasing the gunman. last night he was honored by the fraternal order of police in northeast philadelphia. miller says he acted on instinct friday night. >> training just kicks in and you do what you have to do. i didn't even think about too much till afterwards. but i mean, at that time it was about subduing the threat and protecting the public. that's it. >> the second injured officer, philadelphia police sergeant sylvia young is still recovering from her wounds. 'cuts the ribbon today on an innovative new middle school. the new science leadership academy middle school is setting up shop at drexel's dana and
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david dornsife center in philadelphia. it will start with 90 students, grade 5 through 8. the new middle school hopes to follow in another school's footsteps. a permanent school is being built at the former site of the university city high school. eagles rookie quarterback carson wentz is a prime time winner. he did it in chicago. wentz tossinging a touch john and he showed poise under pressure as the birds beat the bears, 29-14. the undefeated eagles will now host the pittsburgh steelers come sunday at 4:25 at the linc. if you watched the eagles game, you saw them stand for the national anthem. >> three players did so while raising fists in protest. ♪ for the ramparts we watched >> safety malcolm jenkins kept his promise to follow the symbolic example first set by
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49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. the anthem protest is designed to shine a light on social injustice. join the conversation by giving us your opinion on social media. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> eight minutes after 6:00. a light breeze blowing in philadelphia, just enough of a breeze to keep fog from forming in philadelphia. that's not the only spot. a light wind in delaware and south jersey. no fog in these areas. but where theç wind is lighter and the temperatures have cooled down, this is where we're seeing thick fog. zero visibility in hazleton. dense fog for allentown and pottsto pottstown. and a few showers, too, at the coastline along the shore in southern delaware. fog is not an issue there. the doppler radar screen showing no activity for wilmington, philadelphia and trenton. at the shore, we have seen scattered showers this morning
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in delaware, southern delaware getting a few rain drops in milford this morning. and there's a chance you'll see more during the day today. but philadelphia, i think it's most likely to stay dry. the hour by hour forecast shows more showers streaming across cape may and into southern delaware. inland areas will mainly stay dry. the clouds will be lingering into the late afternoon and evening hours. farther north and west, that's where you'll get sunshine as the clouds thin out. stand by for a mostly cloudy day for philadelphia. we'll get breaks of sunshine and up to 83 degrees this afternoon. more likely to see that sunshine coming through during the early afternoon hours in the suburbs. 78 degrees and in the lehigh valley, fog will clear out. you'll get breaks of sunshine this morning. they'll continue this afternoon. 81 degrees in the lehigh valley today. delaware, mostly cloudy skies. southern delaware could still see showers. possibly even a thunderstorm. but northern delaware, dry and cloudy. 80 degrees this afternoon. in northern delaware. for new jersey, inland areas
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will mainly stay dry. especially farther inland but closer to the shore. there's still a chance of a shower possibly even a thunderstorm. 76 degrees this afternoon for the jersey shore. the shower activity, there you can see it thinning out as we go into the evening hours. still a possibility of clouds around, even into tomorrow morning. i'll show you when the clouds will finally clear out for the 10 day on 10 when i'm back in just a few minutes. we'll see you then, bill. 6:10 on a tuesday morning. 95 southbound, problems throughout the morning in langhorne. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has her eye on that. >> we're all back in business around 413 and again, like vai mentioned in langhorne, one lane getting by. i wanted to show you the update. no problems or delays on the southbound side. all traffic is moving by. the left lane that was compromised a few moments ago on the northbound side with crew on the scene is clear as well. everything clear north and south on 95. but we are watching an accident
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in souderton on washington avenue and west broad street. not seeing major delays there yet but definitely something to watch out for. definitely lane restrictions there as well. moving over into new jersey and robbinsville, there's a downed pole on route 130 southbound around church road. 130 is not closed this morning. the right lane is just blocked. traffic is still moving by. this is the garden state parkway. right around the great egg toll in summer's point. watching construction just on the sub sidouthbound side, justd the toll plaza. traffic is moving by. but up ahead, we have lanes blocked with that road work. vai? >> thank you, jessica. this morning, there are new concerns coming out of north korea. we'll tell you about the latest test that some believe could lead the country to using a long range rocket. >> plus, deadly police shooting. we'll take a closer look at newly released video showing an officer shooting a man who appeared to have his hands in the air. 6:11ç right now. revel revival.
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6:15. good morning, delaware county. getting your morning walk in. i love morning walks. a live look along brookç line boulevard in havertown. meteorologist bill henley is tracking conditions where you live. he's back in a few minutes with your neighborhood forecast. happening now in ka cal, hundreds of firefighters are trying to get a wildfire under control at vandenberg air force base. only essential personnel are working on the base. a white police officer has been put on paid leave after the shooting death of an unarmed black motorist. this is the video that shows what happened before the deadly shooting on from i. police stopped to check out a
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stalled suv. they said the driver approached the officers and did not follow commands. aerial video shows him with his hands up as he walks back to his vehicle. that's the when officer shot him. he's a father of four. they are investigating. north korea is openly work on developing nuclear missiles that can strike the u.s. mainland. it's been hit with harsh sanctions because of those military moves. happening today, president obama will address the u.n. general assembly for the last time while in office. the president is expected to focus on the crisis involving refugees around the world. he'll also talk to world leaders about the global fight against the civil war in syria, the russian occupation of ukraine and north korea's nuclear tests. it's out with the old and in with the new for the former revel casino in atlantic city. good-bye, revel.
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hello, ten. that's the new name of the casino. the company says it chose the name because the number ten depicts the high standard of achievement. ten is scheduled to open early next year. >> 6:17 right now. let's get you to work. a check of the roads. >> let see, jessica, where are you looking, vine street expressway? >> yes. looking through center city, vine street expressway looks good around 18th street. this is the westbound side right here. this traffic moving towards the schuylkill, no problems. that's typically where we see the delays first. earlier we were dealing with construction. that's out of the way for the past hour or so. eastbound right around towards 95, having no problems either. souderton, an accident scene 8th avenue and west broad street. it looks like it's having an impact on 113 as well. we're seeing delays in souderton because of that accident. east and westbound drive times
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on the schuylkill expressway, 15 minutes, we're seeing it in the yellow right now. that's not much. just about a two-minute increase from the blue route to the vine street expressway with speeds also into the 50s. here's route 70 in cherry hill, new jersey, right around kings highway, no problems or delays. roads look dry. a couple of cars heading out the door. more updates and we'll check out 95 in center city when i come back. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> 18 minutes after 6:00. look at the clouds overhead. this is a live view from here at the nbc 10 studios. some areas of fog in the suburbs, too. not seeing it here in bala cynwyd. plenty of clouds linger for most areas this morning. breaks of sunshine, more likely to see them this afternoon. clearing out in philadelphia and the suburbs you'll see late-day sunshine as well. temperatures 60s rigxtç now. there's the fog, the lehigh valley and the suburbs where the temperatures are cooler. there was so much rainfall yesterday, 66 degrees in
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unionville. actually the temperatures are fairly uniform this morning, thanks to the cloud cover. just cool enough forring to. it is dense. quarter mile visibility in pottstown. down to half for coatesville and reading. it has been moving between quarter mile and half a mile in allentown. quakertown, down to quarter mile visibility. hazleton, zero visibility right now. the clouds for the rest of the area but no fog in south jersey or delaware. we have seen showers this morning. it's starting to dry out, though there's a chance we'll see scattered showers during the day. more likely you'll be looking at cloudy skies into the afternoon hours. that's 2:00 this afternoon. light showers possible at the shore. the forecast is calling for plenty of clouds, 80s this afternoon for philadelphia, the suburbs and the lehigh valley. the farther you get from the shore, the more likely you are to see breaks of sunshine. the suburbs, some sunshine for lansdale, 82 degrees. allentown, up to 85 degrees with partly sunny skies.
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new jersey, clouds linger, especially closer to the shore. hammonton, you might see a shower. at the shore, scattered showers, not an all-day rainfall today. wilmington, clouds, breaks of sunshine this afternoon but still a chance of a shower for smyrna, high of 79 degrees. that's today. tomorrow, we're really drying out, we'll see more sunshine. there's the last day of summer. autumn arrives on thursday morning at 10:21. 86 degrees. then then s and then summer-like temperatures, fall-like weather arrives this weekend. cooler on saturday. look at sunday and monday. clouds come in on sunday. we could see showers sunday night and into monday. but even after the showers it's going to feel like fall for tuesday, wednesday and thursday. tracy? >> well, the bridgegate scandal heads to court. we'll explain what happened on day one of the trial and we'll hear what prosecutors say new jersey governor chris christie knew about the lane closures on the george washington bridge. the baseball debut for tim
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that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. heartless. that's what jim carrey calls a new lawsuit against him. the husband of carrie's exgirlfriend filed a wrongful death lawsuit. mark burton claims that the actor gave katrina white prescription drugs which she used to overdose. white died last year. carrie -- carrey says he loved white and this is an attempt to profit from her death. tebow had his first work out at the team's instructional league cam in florida yesterday. he took a few cuts in the batting cage. he told reporters he hopes he's blessed with the opportunity and talent to eventually play in the majors. tebow's transition to baseball is pumping dollars into the
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economy. over the weekend, tebow number 15 jerseys were the top seller on the mets online shop. teams are not usually allowed to market a player until he makes the big league roster. tebow signed a deal that makes that possible. bill henley has a check on the forecast. >> we have clouds around this morning, vai. but showers are limited to the shore. and some areas dealing with some fog. we'll go through the neighborhood forecast just ahead. 69 degrees at 6:25. and coming up flex at 6:30, after the attacks, we'll tell you what is next for the man accused plangtç bombs in new yk and new jersey. plus, the presidential pick. the new reports of who george h.w. bush will be voting for come november. ♪
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lingering questions. investigators search for a motive in the case of a man accused of planting bombs in new jersey and new york. fighting terrorism. hillary clinton and donald trump focus onç keeping america safe. >> bridgegate in court. on day one of the trial, prosecutors claim new jersey governor chris christie knew about the lane closures on the george washington bridge. this is nbc 10 news. >> good morning, just about 6:30. this is "nbc 10 news today," i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast. how does it look, bill? >> just 15 minutes before sunrise. you get a better view of the clouds that are still with us. a cloudy start. see some breaks in the distance. it will be a mostly cloudy morning. there are some areas dealing with thick fog. the suburbs right now, seeing fog thick in pottstown, quarter mile visibility for pottstown and quakertown. zero visibility for hazleton.
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the clouds remain. mostly cloudy skies, 69 degrees in philadelphia. 70 at 8:00 and with clouds lingering, we'll see temperatures climb but not a huge warmup. 76 degrees. that's at 11:00 this morning. for delaware, starting to see the skies brighten up over frawley stadium. 68 degrees is where we'll be at 8:00. by 11:00, 75 degrees. stuck in the 70s today. today we should make it to the 80s with breaks of sunshine possible. for the suburbs, 82 degrees. the fog will disappear, for new jersey, mainly dry, except at the shore where clouds are lingering. we have seen showers already this morning. a chance of some of the showers today. late day breaks of sunshine in northern delaware. a look at these forecasts hour by hour to show you where the showers are more likely and when you'll see the sunshine. that's when i'm back in a few minute. jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. >> starting off on 422 around the pa turnpike.
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no problems east or westbound. the turnpike looks great east and westbound as well. we're not seeing major increases in the crime times there. a little bit slow if you're headed towards the schuylkill. in merion, an accident. within the next half an hour, especially if this accident stays put, we'll start to see that. the schuylkill expressway, we're seeing red and yellow put on the road here. eastbound, we're at a 21-minute drive time. into center city is the slowest from the blue route to the vine street expressway. average speeds into the 30s. vai and tracy. thank you. 6:31 and 69 degrees outside. this morning, the man accused of planting bombs in new york and north jersey is in jail. now investigators are searching for a motive. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in the digital operations center. matt, what's next in the investigation? >> well, tracy, there are plenty of unanswered questions this morning, including what the motive was.
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he's accused of planting the bombs and causing explosions in two different states. now the fbi is involved. ahmad rahami is a 28-year-old naturalized citizen. he was born in afghanistan. he was involved in a shootout with police in lyndon, new jersey yesterday morning before he was caught. now, the end the manhunt started when a man called 911 reporting that rahami was sleeping in the doorway of a local bar. the weekend bombings in new york and new jersey, they can be pursued at state or federal crimes. if this is indeed determined to u)ásit would likely fall on the justice department to handle the case. the fbi meantime says rahami has yet to make any statements to investigators. >> we will continue to conduct investigative activity to ensure we completely understand rahami's social network. >> ahmad rahami was not on any terror watch list by the way. his first court appearance is
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scheduled for next week, all while investigators mull over additional criminal charges. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. we're learning more about rahami. he's been in the u.s. since he was a boy. came with his family from afghanistan in 1995. government officials tell nbc news the family was granted asylum in 2011. last night, the suspect's father spoke exclusively to nbc news. >> sir? >> i'm not sure what's going on. >> you're not sure. >> i'm not sure what's happening exactly. it's very hard right now to talk. okay? >> u.s. intelligence officials told nbc news that the suspect, his father and his brother traveled to pakistan and afghanistan multiple times over the last decade. this picture is said to be from a trip there three years ago. now to decision 2016, a just released nbc news survey monkey poll shows clinton's recent pneumonia diagnosis and break from the campaign trail didn't hurt her numbers. in fact, she's gaining ground. clinton has 50% of support among
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likely voters compared to donald trump who has 45% support. now the presidential nominees will hold rallies less than a week from their first scheduled debate. >> donald trump and hillary clinton will both campaign in north carolina. clinton will also fly to colorado for a fund-raiser there. they sat down with leaders on the eve of the u.n. general assembly. both clinton and trump focused on fighting terrorism. both clung to their positions that the other candidate would not keep america safe. >> it's wrong to put a loose cannon in charge who could start another war. >> anyone who cannot name our enemy is not fit to lead this country. >> count on nbc 10 for live coverage of first debate between trump and clinton on monday night. meantime, donald trump jr. is taking some heat for this tweet posted overnight. the graphic compared syrian refugees to skittles candies. saying if i had a bowl of skittles and told you just three
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would kill you, would you take a handful? that's our syrian refugee problem. the maker of skittles said it is not an appropriate analogy. former president h.w. bush, a staunch republican, plans to vote for democrat hillary clinton for president. the word comes from former maryland lieutenant governor kathleen townsend, the daughter of robert f. kennedy. townsend said bush told her his plans when the two met in maine yesterday. bush's son, jeb, lost to trump in the race for the gop nomination. meanwhile, we dispatched our nbc 10 digital reporters vince lattanzio and david chang who are talking to students about issues impacting millennial voters. they discussed the economy at penn state university, jobs and debt. follow the battleground brothers and their journey on the nbc 10 app. testimony begins in
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bridgegate, the trial of two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie on ç trial. they are accused of causing a massive traffic jam as political revenge. during opening statements, the federal prosecutor told jurors that a witness will testify that new jersey governor chris christie was told about the plan to close traffic lanes near the george washington bridge in 2013. christie has continually denied having any knowledge of the alleged plot. well, the defense gets its turn this morning in a deadly market street collapse civil trial. opening statements continue after strong words from the victim's lawyer yesterday. the attorney representing the victim says this is a case of the blind leading the blind. lawyers claim the incompetence and inexperience of the contractors caused the tragedy. six people died, 13 suffered injuries in june of 2013 when a brick wall tumbled on to the salvation army's thrift store at 22nd and market.
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excavator operator benschop and campbell are also involved. a sentence of life without parole. the sentence was handed down for caleb barnes who stabbed a woman of upper macungie to death while her 14-year-old daughter jamie watched. jamie pled guilty earlier this year and is serving a sentence of 35 years to life. barnes' attorney says his client will appeal. three people are recovering after being shot in philadelphia's point breeze neighborhood. shooting happened at 18th and wharton streets. a mother carrying her baby was hit along with a woman in her 60s. right after the shooting, the police took a man with a semiautomatic weapon into custody. police are still trying to figure out if he was the
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shooter. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> 22 minutes before 7:00. cloudy skies. look at the clouds over philadelphia. low clouds and some fog in the suburbs and we've seen a few scattered showers at cape may. this is a live view from the marina. it's a bit damp on the roadway. they're limited to southern delaware, part of the south, those are the showers, the remnants of julia, still spinning to our south and spending some clouds into our area today. we're not going to see showers inland. more likely to see scattered showers at the shore, even a slight chance of a thunderstorm during the day today. for philadelphia, though, mainly cloudy skies. certainly cloudy this morning. 69 degrees and clouds will linger through the morning hours and into the afternoon. if we see some sunshine, it will be later this afternoon, more likely than this morning. the suburbs getting fog to start with, 66 degrees right now, the dense fog will clear out with clouds breaking this afternoon with some sunshine. 76 degrees at noontime and into
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the low 80s for the suburbs today. and the lehigh valley, see something of that fog, too. it will not last with clouds breaking for sunshine at lunch time, 77 degrees and into the lower 80s this afternoon. 83 degrees with a little bit of a breeze out of the north. that i drier air that will come out of the area. new jersey, mainly cloudy skies, 68 degrees. fog is not an issue. the clouds will linger throughout the day. breaks of sunshine are possible farther away from the coast. you get at the shore, the better chance you'll have. not the heavy rainfall we saw yesterday. into the middle 70s with a few breaks of sunshine possible at noontime. there's that shout threat for later this afternoon. delaware, cloudy skies now. those clouds will linger into thia of noon hours but the temperatures will climb into the low 80s. some breaks of sunshine are possible. but more likely we'll get it tomorrow as the temperatures will be warming, heading into the end of the week.
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i've got the 10 day on 10 when i come back in just a few minutes. >> see you then, bill. 6:39. 6:40 now. time to get a look at traffic and always volume in the 6:00 hour on the schuylkill. >> let's find out where jessica is watching. >> the schuylkill around girard avenue, we're seeing a little bit of an eastbound delay. into center city, yew can see the city just up ahead over there. this is the eastbound traffic here. a little bit of a slowdown, you can see some brake lights. a little less than ten minutes added to your commute. this is typically about a 12-minute trip. westbound lanes about i this point look okay. a slowdown before city avenue. no big major incidents to report on the schuylkill right now. in providence, an accident on southtrape road. city avenue, we are seeing a little bit of a slowdown, yellow, other than that it's okay. you can see majorly in the
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green. but we might see some delays with restrictions moving through the area. here's 42 right around creek road. this is over in runnemede, the northbound traffic is here. that's what's heading into philly. brake lights up ahead, no big major slowdowns up and over the bridges. out of the toll plaza, no scheduled openings on the tacony palmyra or the burlington bristol. a viewer tells us she needed a part for a broken car seat but that part never arrived. >> up next, we'll show you how the nbc 10 responds team helped get a family back on the road. plus, the legacy of liberty. we'll explain how a civil rights icon was honored right here in philadelphia.
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telemundo 62 responde, call us. i've been following savannah. she's not quite there, right? >> no, she's not quite here yet. she went out to the west coast yesterday to do an enter view and took the red eye home. we are expecting to see a blur behind us in a second as the car pulls in. if not we'll start without her and she'll join in progress. anyway, guys, good morning. coming up on a tuesday. what we're now learning about the suspect in those bombings here in new york and new jersey. the latest twists and turns in this investigation and we'll hear from his father exclusively. also ahead, are you about to feel the pinch at the pump? new concerns that the gas shortage tied to a pipeline leak in alabama could now spread nationwide. and can you improve your health by exercising for 30 minutes each week? we're trying out the fast fitness craze to help you cut the fat. as we get started in just a
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couple of minutes with or without savannah guthrie here on "today." guys, back to you. >> fingers crossed for her. >> i think she'll make it just under the wire. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> if she's going through the suburbs it could be the fog slowing her down. this is the view from king of prussia. you can see fog there. it is thicker in some other areas. the areas of fog will clear out. but clouds will be lingering during the day today. philadelphia, mostly cloudy skies. we have seen showers at the shore but they should be clearing out this evening. thinning clouds and overnight tonight, mainly clear skies for philadelphia. for philadelphia and the suburbs, different conditions. clouds over the city, thick fog for allentown. coatesville, look at the zero visibility in hazleton right now. you can see the low clouds in the city. that's a clear view across the delaware. fog is not an issue in philadelphia. temperatures down to 69 degrees right now in philadelphia. it's cooler in the suburbs. that's why we're seeing the fog
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this morning and not as cool in south jersey and delaware. no sign of fog there. 69 degrees at philadelphia international. most of the areas pretty much in the same territory. parkside at 66. 69 at graduate hospital and fox chase of 67 degrees. that's to start with. look at this, a few breaks in the clouds at cape may. live view from the marina which has seen showers this morning. since we've been on the air at 4:30, those showers are thinning out. the rain is likely to steer clear of philadelphia during the day today. and we will be drying out over the next several days with the chances of showers coming way down. there's one area that could see showers during the day today. that's the jersey shore. more likely to see scattered showers as clouds linger there. reading it's unlikely the next few days you'll see any showers. in philadelphia, we should stayç dry. dover, also staying drive. southern delaware, could see showers today. and a warming trend as we head through the rest of the week.
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look at the temperatures for philadelphia. upper 80s, friday will be the first full day of autumn. warmest day of the week. 83 degrees for dover and into the 80s for allentown while the shore is heading to the upper 70s by friday afternoon. and that may be the end of the really warm summer-like weather as we head into the weekend. 83 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. if we get breaks of sunshine, it's more likely this afternoon than this morning. sunshine, clouds, 85 degrees for wednesday. thursday 10:21 in the morning, autumn officially begins. 86 degrees. the afternoon will be nice and warm. the first hours of autumn will feel like summer and the first day of autumn will feel like summer, 87 degrees. cooler this weekend, saturday 83. sunday, a nice cool breeze blowing, 69 after a morning low of 57 degrees. could see scattered showers late sunday and monday. not a huge possibility for that. the temperatures stay in the 70s. >> see the temps catch up the
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calendar. >> let's catch you up on traffic to check your ride to work. >> 76 in passyunk. we have a problem there? >> yes, passyunk avenue right now. we have an accident scene blocking part of the ramp. it's on the eastbound side. we're seeing big delays approaching this scene. the walt whitman, this is where it will get you. the cars just in front of this accident scene taking out the right shoulder of the ramp and the right lane are dealing with brake lights. we're seeing the slowdown before that. it looks like we're seeing westbound delay. look right up ahead over here, we're seeing big delays on the schuylkill. no surprise there. also with this accident scene on the ramp getting towards the walt whitman bridge. out in lower merion, an accident on lancaster avenue and city avenue. watch for that. upper providence, another accident there. mass transit for the most part
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doing okay. minor delays for thorndale 516, running 20 minutes late. everything else running on time with no reported major delays. one more update when i'm back in the next couple of minutes. major honor for congressman john lewis. >> presented with the liberty medal at the national constitution center for his continued dedication to fight for civil rights. ed rendell and philadelphia mayor jim kenney were among those who paid tribute to the congressman. congressman lewis is the only survivor big six leader of the civil rights movement. he was injured when he helped lead the bloody sunday march in selma, alabama, 1965. >> all i wanted to do is to help out, to do what i could to help make this country and the world community a little bit better. >> the liberty medal is given each year to those who fight for freedom for people all over the world. past winners include the dalai
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i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. here are some of the stories we'll be following today. hundreds of firefighters in california are trying to get a wildfire thr control at vandenberg air force base. trenton'sç mayor will outle his public safety plan following a recent wave of shooting deaths in the city. mayor eric jackson said his strategy will take a different approach to bring about change. 21 people have been mured in trenton so far this year. an opioid abuse rally will
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be held in harrisburg today. governor wolf as well as others are meeting at the capital rotunda. also today, president obama will address the u.n. general assembly for the last time in office. the president is expected to focus on the crisis involving refugees around the world and north korea's nuclear test. this morning, the ceo of wells fargo plans to apologize for betraying the trust of customers. the ceo will appear before a congressional panel. the bank was fined after employees opened millions of unauthorized accounts in order to meet aggressive sales targets. singer chris brown will be in court today to face assault with a deadly weapon charges. last month he was arrested after a woman said he pound a gun at her at his southern california home. happening today in the lehigh valley, get extra security for your car with a free vin etching on your window. aaa in allentown is offering
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this from 11:00 to 2:00 today. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with one last check on the roads. a few things beginning on out there. we're starting on the schuylkill expressway. our cameras around passyunk avenue. the right-hand lane is blocked with an accident scene. this is approaching the walt whitman bridge exit. if you're in pennsylvania, heading from the schuylkill to new jersey, you might see delays on the eastbound schuylkill, westbound delays as well. we also just picked up on an accident scene on the vine street expressway headed westbound around the ben franklin parkway area. they're already slow approaching the schuylkill expressway and backed up past the ben franklin bridge area. some delays there. we look okay once we're over the ben franklin bridge. there's not backup beyond the toll plaza. this is the admiral wilson boulevard. we look okay heading into philadelphia this morning and an accident scene in norristown, east brown street and dekalb
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street. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> just a minute before 7:00. look at the low clouds that have taken over the city. you can barely see the comcast center. the suburbs, the fog has gotten thicker in reading. eighth mile visibility there. for hours it's been at zero visibility in hazhazleton. not everybody is seeing the fog but everybody has clouds, the lehigh valley, new jersey, the suburbs, 66 degrees. breaks of sunshines awe goo into the noontime hour. this afternoon into the 80s. something that did not happen yesterday. there's still a chance of a shower at the shore. most of the area stay dry inland. breaks of sunshine, more likely this afternoon than this morning. >> got it. >> thank you, bill. >> local updates throughout the morning. get realtime news, weather and traffic on the nbc 10 app. >> thanks for watching. "today" show starts right now. like the orange. >> yes. >> bill?
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>> i'm not wearing orange. sorry. >> you didn't get the memo. >> it's not autumn yet. >> yet. thursday. >> we'll count on it thursday. more questions than answers about the suspect in the bombing attacks in new york and new jersey. ahmad rahami hospitalized this morning after a shoot-out with police. investigators focusing on his trips overseas and the possible motive for the terror spree. his father speaking out to nbc news. >> did you know that your son was doing this? >> no. no. >> you had no idea. >> no idea. >> the very latest on the investigation. blame game in the wake of the bombings. donald trump and hillary clinton accuse each other of making the country less safe. >> hillary clinton's decisions overseas have left us with the threat we face today. >> donald trump is being used as a recruiting sergeant for the


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