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you will only find it here on nbc 10, and it's picking up some of the showers getting closer to sussex county, getting closer to view, we have more showers and storms approaching from maryland, so we track these storms, they're mostly moving arrange 25 miles an hour. if you're in hartley, expect it close to 6:00. dover, 6:18. the heavy rain in some cases could include lightning too. another area of rain is about to move into sussex county too. milton 6:07. so again we're going to be watching all of that very closely for the rest of the area. pretty much some spotty light rain. unless you're in lancaster county, you dealing with showers. close to a half an inch an hour, with some of the heavier rain, if you go farther south, we have some of the higher precip rates almost two inches an hour, but that's pushing it a little bit.
the good news is that these storms are not sitting around for an hour, they're moving through quickly. we have some light spotty rain, except for this one area i have been talking about, with heavy rain and thunderstorms approaching maryland and approaching the delaware area, that's where we're going to see precip rates going up even higher right around two to 2 1/2 inches potentially. with a closer look at the timing tonight into tomorrow morning. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is standing by. >> we have some computer models that have been following that area in virginia and maryland very accurately up to this point. and if you can track it for the first couple of hours accurately, you have to assume that's going to continue to be pretty good. now this is at 6:30, as we go through the afternoon, and into the evening hours, and that is going to allow this area to move
up to the northeast, there's 6:30, dinner time, just getting up through dover, look at some of the heavier rain coming up through the philadelphia area, as we go through the evening. but then another batch, even bigger area starts coming up from the southwest. overnight and into the morning rush. let's go there 5:30 in the morning, some patchy areas of very heavy rain, especially in delaware. that's where the heaviest is going to be. the temperature kind of leveling off, we go into tomorrow, 64 degrees in philadelphia. i have a high of 65 for tomorrow. in some of the suburbs, chester, montgomery, bucks county, not even 60 degrees tomorrow morning. and onlyi ingetting up a littlet beyond. temperatures way below average, plus it's windy. the other thing that we're
following in weather, tropical storm matthew, just formed, entering the caribbean sea, it's a very large storm right now and expected to strengthen. sheena will have more on that in just a few minutes. >> we have been talking about storm ranger 10 and how it
gives us the best forecast for your neighborhood. out live in dover, kent county right now, with meteorologist erika martin. that's coming up at 5:15. right now, we're getting new information about the information we have been following out of south carolina. >> two children and a teacher have been hurt in a shooting in an elementary school there. rosemary connors is monitoring the latest developments from our breaking news center. >> we are expecting authorities in south carolina to give a briefing on the situation any minute now. here is a live look where that briefing will happen. we have just learned that the governor of south carolina nikki
haley is on her way here. video from outside the school show people running away from the building. here's what we know. the victims are two students and a teacher. we're told the students' injuries are not life threatening, but we don't know the teacher's condition. a
teenaged suspect is in custody. authorities are also investigating a death about a mile away from that scene and it appears to be connected to the school shooting. parents say this is their worst nightmare. according to one woman, her daughter hid in a bahama throom the school. >> she hid in the bathroom. i'm so scared, i don't even want her to go to school now. >> reporter: this is all happening in a school just outside of greenville in a very rural part of the state surrounded by farms. we are expecting that media briefing, that briefing to the public, coming up in the next few minutes here.
we'll continue to monitor it and as soon as we get more information we'll pass it along. we are not finished with breaking news right now, this a decision 2016, hillary clinton is the winner of the first presidentialal debate. that's according to a released minutes ago, data from the nbc/survey monkey poll, says that 56% of those who watched the debate thought clinton did the best job. and 21% said that trump did the best. but a win at the debate means nothing without a win of course at the polls. >> so hillary clinton is using all of her recourses to get out the vote. >> reporter: michelle obama saying that a candidate doesn't
change once they get into the white house. >> most of all i want to thank all of you here at la salle university. >> reporter: first lady michelle in philadelphia fire up support for hillary clinton. >> hillary has been a lawyer, a law professor, first lady of arkansas, first lady of the united states, a u.s. senator, secretary of state, that's why i'm inspired by hillary. >> reporter: as part of an effort to reach millennials, that's been a charge throughout the primaries. >> bernie went all over to the colleges, and that really appeals to the students. >> reporter: the first lady laid out her case for hillary, but also sent a sobering message. >> elections are not just about who votes, but who doesn't vote. >> reporter: she said that young voters helped her husband win reelection in key battleground
states. >> without those votes, barack would have lost the election period. >> reporter: the first lady warned about a protest vote. >> it's the truth. either hillary clinton or her opponent will be elected president this year. and if you vote for someone other than hillary or if you don't vote at all, then you are helping to elect hillary's opponent. >> and when you look at the numbers for voters aged 18 to 34, you can understand why third party votes may be a concern for the clinton campaign. last week's nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows of those younger voters, 17% supported libertarian gary johnson, 5% supported green party's jill stein. >> we want to talk more about those younger voters thanks to you on that report. but here's hillary clinton
joined by former rival bernie sanders. hillary clinton hoping to win over more young voters, this is sanders first campaign appearance with hillary clinton since a rally they held together back in july. there's a reason the clinton campaign was focused on college campuses today, she really needs those young voters to show up at the polls. >> let's look at the importance of millennial vote. mark, thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> mark, how much of an impact could young voters have on this election? >> oh, i think it's the difference between an incredibly close race and one that hillary clinton can end up winning by a similar margin that than barack obama and in the mar swricgins barack obama did is the difference between winning and losing, which is why you're
seeing such a effort, whether it's michelle obama stumping today this might be the deciding demographic for this entire election. >> we heard lauren make referral to the third party candidates. >> in our own polling, gary johnson, his supporters are pretty evenly split hillary clinton and donald trump when you look at a two-way matchup. so bottom line, the johnson supporters are taking away the both clinton and donald trump. but we see that jill stein takes almost exclusively for hillary clinton. so bottom line, the third party vote disproportionately ends up hurting hillary clinton, and that is why she's going to younger voters and why her surrogates are going to younger voters, and sayingive you're against donald trump, don't vote for a third party candidate or
for trump, but do vote for hillary clinton. hillary clinton, she is beating donald trump handily among the younger voter. but what really matters is the margin, is she able to end up winning them by 15 points or by 20 points. millennials now make up such a sizable portion of the population, but getting them to vote and in big margins and a big number, that again is the difference between a really close race and one that hillary clinton can have little bit more comfort zone. >> how excited are they about this election, excited enough to get out and vote or are they going to say i'm going to sit out this one. the push for pennsylvania bumps up against with donald trump's running mate making a stop in the keystone state. the vice presidential nominee will attend a rally at a
recycling facility tomorrow afternoon. it's an effort by both parties to win over votes in the highly contested state. and donald trump is making a campaign stop at an airport in iowa this afternoon. the rally here follows a trip to illinois earlier today. he spoke to a group of polish americans in chicago and he told the crowd he's very excited about the next couple of months. >> we have a very interesting race. we have had some amazing days. i love the debate. i love the process. something very beautiful about this process. >> trump watraps up the day wita speech in wisconsin. for more on what's happening on the campaign trail, stick around for "nightly news with lester holt." an arrest this afternoon in the shootsing death of a bucks county toddler. police have charged the child's father with involuntary
manslaughter. 2-year-old benjamin smith got his hands on a gun left out by his father. he shot himself in a millford home where he lived with his dad. police say the toddler had a fascination with toy guns, and that he had been warned by various family members not to leave guns out. >> this was no accident, it's an unintentional death for certain, but if you're going to leave guns out for your toddler to find, that's not accident. wilmington mourning for two lost firefighters. but tonight a third is on the road to recovery. coming up next, this firefighter's family gives us an update on how he is doing. storm ranger 10, live in dover, we're going to see it in action
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it happened today around 1:45. someone with a hand gun entered the school and injured two students and a teacher. the two students were shot in the leg and foot. the teacher shot in the shoulder. no word on the extent of their injuries. the suspect was and prehelped immediately. deputies were on scene immediately, the suspect was arrested, taken into custody by 2:00 so within 15 minutes of this incident beginning, the superintendent of the district thanked law enforcement and school employees for preventing this from being much worse. as i mentioned ten minutes ago when i saw you, authorities in south carolina were also investigating a separate shooting that happened near the school. it turns out it was a shooting death and police say that the victim in that case appears to be the suspect's father. so to recap. we know that there was this school shooting in townville, south carolina, two students and a teacher injured. they are now in the hospital being treated for their
injuries. a separate investigation but appears to be connected, the suspect's father was shot and killed near that elementary school. we'll bring you more details when we have them. sky force 10 is also live over breaking news in center city where someone has been struck by a train. this is happening on the tracks at the race vine station. there's no worth on the person's condition, but septa says all trains are by passing that stags. we will continue to monitor the situation, but again, a person has been struck by a train at the race vine station in center city. there was a flag folding ceremony today to honor law enforcement and firefighters memorial. 112 american flags that once
flew over the u.s. capitol were folded today and put in special places, the flags will be given to relatives of 75 firefighters who died last year. >> make sure the families know that their loved one is never forgotten. and the flag is the most symbolic element there is to say that there is a grateful nation for that sacrifice that that firefighter made and now their family for the loss of their loved ones. >> women iilmington honors two s firefighters. two other firefighters, they're in cozier's burn unit in chester. firefighter artie hope is in stable but good condition right
now. take a look at this photo speakerman's family posted on facebook. he also wrote the kids told him he should be a mum my for wine. #speakermanstrong. our first alert weather coverage continues right now, a live look in wilmington at our wet camera there at the blue rock stadium. you can see the drops on the lenses there, the first alert weather team is tracking rain for tonight and over the next several days. >> and only nbc 10 has the tools to get ahead of the storm. >> first alert meteorologist erika martin is in dover, kent county right now. what are you seeing right now? >> reporter: the great news is that we're here lowed stormranger10 and i, are here tracking the storms that are
moving into west chester county, maryland. the good news is that we're here able to track those storms before they even get here and affect us. the winds are kicking up quite a bit and i do want give you a sneak peek into what this looks like, this is where glenn, sheena, crystal and myself sit while we're watching these storm cells. as we head on over here better perspective, you can also see that this is yes we get a really great image of what we're seeing in the atmosphere. so a 360-degree view, in about 30 to 60 seconds. all of this is fed back immediately, this is why we keep talking about real time with stormranger, this is fed back immediately to the station this is where we can give you? information up to date, and of course you can always follow us on facebook and on twitter
#stormranger. >> kept county in delaware and that's the area of storms she was mentioning, too. so stormranger is able to see those storms, having a more specific look than a typical stationary radar and we can take stormranger whenever we want since it is the only radar on wheels. in kent county, there you see the showers and storms getting a lot closer now. smyrna 6:21, odessa, 6:34. as we go further south, a couple more storms popping up here. georgetown should expect it by 6:02, mill in ordford, 6:04, la
county, light to moderate rain and as we go a little farther south, the poconos, finally clearing out of the heavier rain, but we still have some of those scattered showers, light to moderate showers hanging around the poconos. now the rest of the area for the most part, we're in quite a bit of a break right now, but we do have that heavy rain that you see, just down to our south and southwest. this is all moving through virginia, up near the d.c. area, into maryland, a lot of thunderstorm activity here, so we are going to being this to approach delaware, potentially parts of south jersey as we go later this evening. this is a live look at rehoboth beach. live look out at center city in philadelphia, 67 degrees currently, by 7:00 p.m., still around 6 degrees, and by 10:00 tonight we could certainly see some showers moving in, 66 degrees, and we're not going to get far out of that temperature
as we go into tomorrow, tomorrow's going to be a rainy, chilly, day. there you see the rain and even on through tonight, the rain hanging out, some of it trying to move in from the south. tomorrow for the commute, we'll have showers around, the heaviest could be just off to our west, but we could see some heavy rain locally which could lead to flash flooding, then we go into thursday afternoon and evening, there you see the heavy rain again, mostly west and southwest of the area, some of that also could be moving in into friday morning, a rainy friday morning commute. now we look at friday afternoon, the rain still continuing. we have that rain out in delaware, chester, burks county, with some heavy rain that could lead to localized flooding. saturday afternoon we're still looking for the cloudy pattern with the rain chance. take a look from now through friday afternoon, the highest rain amounts should be confineded to parts of delaware. there you see chester county,
burks county, maybe over an inch, possibly one to two, philadelphia could see close to an inch of rain as we go into the next couple of days. temperatures tomorrow, look at that, mostly the mid 60s, with scattered showers, it's going to be rainy, chilly day, make sure you have the umbrella, we'll talk more about the timing of this in your weekend forecast coming up. >> and then flew straight up, hit their front yard, bounced back up then into the house. >> neighbors witness the crash that killed a man in mercer county, what was learned about the victim, coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
a series of bills to fight opioid and heroin addiction. in his address, governor wolf said together he and law makers can take a stand against the disease. he says every day, ten people die from an opioid overdose in pennsylvania. the bills would require doctors to check the prescription database before they prescribe opioids. it also requires insurance companies to cover medicines to deter opioid use. >> in a lot of ways moving very quickly to help health care providers do what they need to do and helps understand the options they have. >> there's already more than $20 million in the budget for 45 treatment centers throughout the state. the governor says all of them should be up and running by january.
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get ready for the rain. you look at our camera on the philadelphia skyline. >> storm force 10 is tracking the rain not only for the next several nights but tonight. >> we're mostly dry across the area, but delaware is dealing with heavy showers which is where we isn't stormranger10, in the heart of kent county, right near dover. it's not a stationary radar, it is the only mobile radar on wheels and that is why we're able to see now a more detailed picture of the storms moving in from maryland. so a lot of thunderstorm activity there, and it's approaching delaware at the moment. we even have some more showers and storms from our south and west about to month in too. here's the first tracker on some of these storms, tomorrow we can expect this one around 6:18,
moving around 20 miles an hour. wood land beach around 6:58. this whole cluster to our south is slowly approaching delaware. much of our area on the drier side, although we are seeing the clouds around. if you're in lancaster county, you're seeing some rain heading your way. about 2 1/2 inches possibly an hour, we do have some heavy rains in these storms, but some sprinkles most likely in our pennsylvania suburbs and for the philadelphia area. going to change over the next several days. we have a rainy pattern fover horse of our area, one to two inches maybe more as we go through the rest of this evening. we do have a first alert out for chester county, berks county and all of delaware.
>> we have all of delaware in that first alert and delaware is going to be the place that's going to be hardest hit first with that area that sheena was just showing you down in portions of virginia and maryland. and by 7:00 tonight, it is coming into our area northeastern maryland, there's dover, coming into newcastle county, going right up toward the philadelphia area, so the rain is going to get heavier as we go through the evening. that first batch is not the end of it. later tonight into chester county and berks county, two other counties in the first alert. you can see that the heaviest of the action is farther to the west, and then as we go into the morning rush, more areas of showers and storms. the temperature down around 65 degrees by 4:00 a.m., some thunderstorms during the night, but then the temperature is not really going up very much, after
that time, as you can see, these temperatures in the mid 60s, it will be close to the high temperatures for the day. sheena will be back with more on the timing of the heaviest rain in a few minutes. >> and as you can, glenn, you can get weather updates from your phone, just download the nbc 10 app and sign up for alerts in your neighborhood. the phil parking authority has stepped down over sexual harassment claims. the parking authority suspended him yesterday after learning of a second sexual harassment claim against him dating back to 2006. also tonight, next 10 has learninged new details about the victims of this deadly crash. danny quinlan was killed after a car slammed into his car. sidney long is following the latest on the investigation.
sidney, you also spoke with the victim's sister? >> reporter: i did, i spoke to one of the younger sisters, that's because danny quinlan was one of nine siblings who grew up in this home. they are shocked and saddened this and they're waiting patiently for answers. >> reporter: danny quinlan stepped outside to do a household chore, when suddenly. >> he went up across the curb and hit the mailbox. >> reporter: neighbors say he went airborne killing quinlan and landing the giant suv on the victim's porch. >> if it had been five seconds sooner or later, he would have been here. >> her parents are elderly, they didn't know danny was outside. they were not hurt physically. >> i'm speechless. there's nothing more to. >> he was going really fast.
>> a neighbor grabbed fire extinguisher at first and then grabbed his camera. the driver got out and said he came from a baseball game where he had been hit in the head. >> he said i don't know how this happened, i was just driving and i must have passed out. >> quinlan's loved ones want answers. >> of course you know, cell phone records, drugs, alcohol. >> they always go too fastthrough these turns and hit my mailbox and everything. >> reporter: quinlan's sister remembers rallying with his sisters, including dany to slow down on this road 40 years ago. >> people were speeding back and forth, but still, nobody obeys the speed limit sign. >> reporter: and police have identified the driver of the suv as 40-year-old jeffrey s krrkscf
lambertville. so far no charges have been filed. follow-up now to an nbc 10 investigation into shelltonham's troubled sewer system. the township's board of supervisors will talk to residents about the next step in fixing the century old system. the state department of environmental protection mandated that shelltonham upgrade the city sewer system because it does not rise to city standar standards.
season, most at risk are those children under 5, adults over 65 and adult women. get a free flu shot in camden on lewis avenue between 3:30 and 6:30 in the afternoon. the endless discoveries toufrism marketing campaign is one of the best in the country. that's the finding of an international consulting firm. they were tasked with assessing every state's tourism campaign. delaware has lots of great places parks and beaches, but apparently tourists were most interested in the summertime hots. >> the water and the beaches really resonate with out of state visit fors. >> new jersey's campaign got 35% more interested.
a nearly 300-pound turtle one of the biggest ever seen in camden county is getting rescued. >> it's a lagerhead turtle. it took five men, actually it's not a guy, it's a girl, to lift her into a truck. and now the turtle is at the icu at the brighamton marine research center. >> they have very large claws on the end of their flippers that could really hurt a person. >> they're waiting for the results of some blood tests because they think the turtle could be at least a half century old. get ready to see a lot of alec baldwin on "saturday night
live." the record holder will be pl playing donald trump. baldwin has signed on to play the role of trump for the entire season. that's going to be great. >> making the most of it. i don't think i have seen an "snl" promo quite like that before. it's going to be a busy few days for the nbc 10 storm team. >> we have some heavy rain over the next few days, we have an alert for part of the area, so coming up fbl, i'll show you th timing of the rain and when it will be leaving.
a first for president obama today, congress voted to override the president's veto of a 9/11 bill. the senate voted 97-1. the legislation allows families of september 11 victims to sue saudi arabia for its alleged backing of terrorists. this is the first time that congress overrode a veto during president obama's tenure. a survivor from the orlando nightclub massacre shared his story in washington trying to drum up support for new gun re. angel colon was shot six times
inside pulse nightclub in june. today he met with chuck schumer and bob casey. colon and others are fighting for new standards about who gets to buy a gun or access guns. >> we need to save lives, that we're safe, that we're okay, that not another family goes through what my family and what a hundreds other families went through that night. >> 49 people died in the pulse nightclub shooting. the youngest victim was 18-year-old akira murray. she was vacationing with her parents when thing happened. and her friend, paris carter was one of 83 people hurt in that shooting. she was shot in the leg. today the government wrap up it's direct testimony of its star witness david wildstein, and the courtroom got a surprise development about governor chris
christie. >> reporter: in his last day of direct testimony for the government, former port authority official wildstein told the jury that after he was forced to resign, several of the governor's closest associates said he would be okay. quote, i had been told that i was still on the governor's team, that i was still valued as a member. my expectation play some sort of role in advancing governor christie's political career. governor christie was slapped with a citizen's criminal complaint for official misconduct in office by two counts. >> open those lanes immediately. he did not do that. the second one, refer the criminal misconduct to the attorney general or the u.s. attorney. he did neither. >>. >> reporter: christie has been emphatic is that he was not aof
the lane closures before hand. >> when you listen to the nonchalant manner in which these people are discussing the mag tutd of the pettiness, it's absurd. >> as for wildstein, it appears he will face cross-examination for at least the rest of the week. in newark, brian thompson, nbc 10 news. right now our first alert weather coverage continuing right now. this is a live look at our camera in cape may. >> it is gray out there and the rain is going to be with us for several days, that's what we understand from our first alert weather team. >> they're tracking this system that's coming right through. let's get the latest on what's happen iing right now in your neighborhood. >> we have a lot of rain that's starting to move into part of the area, not for everybody. but we have been watching this area of thunderstorms in
maryland for quite a while now, we also have some showers in lancaster county, but we're also talking about stormranger10, the only mobile radar out there, the only radar on wheels so we can take it anywhere we want. and we have today taken it to kent county in dover and that's where you see the red sweep. we also have a for detailed view of the storm, like the one we're watching right now moving through maryland and into dover. this particular shower has a lot of heavy rain in it. it's small, but what we're seeing approaching from maryland is fairly heavy with even some thunderstorm activity. that's also what we're seeing in parts of lancaster county, we have some heavy rain, some lightning there, precip rates could be two inches an hour and as we go through the next several days, we're going to keep it in the forecast, heavy at times and we could even see some localized flooding out of this. more rain moving into parts of
berks county and chester in berks county as we go through the rest of this week as well as delaware. there's the area of showers and storms that i was mentioning that we're watching, it's all extending to the south closer to richmond, and that's all moving to i would say delaware. but like i mentioned, the first alert is out for chester and berks county and all of delaware, and that's through friday. keep the umbrella handy over the next couple of days, temperatures on the chilly side, it will be a little heavy at tiles, and with that rain, we'll see some possibly flash flooding. here's future weather, so if you're heading out this evening, scattered showers staying in the forecast, 10:30, we could already see some of those storms moving into parts of delaware and we will watch to see if they make it into new jersey. tomorrow morning, rain for parts of morning commute. i think the heaviest could be
staying off to our west, closer to baltimore and washington, tomorrow evening, keep the umbrella, we expect the scattered showers around still and look at friday, the pattern does not end, it just continues, friday morning, some heavy showers possible through friday afternoon, and even if we go into the weekend. so yes, the first half of your, we are going to keep some rain in the forecast. here is the next three days, look at your temperatures too, it's going to be rainy and chilly. pennsylvania suburbs mostly the mid 60s, lehigh valley, mid to low 60s, with the rain around new jersey, also along the shore, and delaware, we have those mid 60s still in the forecast. we'll have a closer look at all this rain heading our way, coming up at 6:00. here's a look at what's coming up tonight on nbc "nightly news." >> ahead on "nightly news," late details of a shooting at an elementary school in south carolina, the victims a teacher
and students. we'll tell you what we know about the teenager in custody. our brand-new poll is out about what voters thought about monday's debate. we'll have that and more on nbc "nightly news" at 7:00. why this year's blue mast in south jersey as taken on special meaning. i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i
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it was a day of prayer and self reflection in south new jersey. this mass in camden brought together firefighters across from the state. today's mass held special significant. >> reporter: emotions ran high during a mass for those who protect and serve. >> i honor them. i give them a lot of credit. >> reporter: since 2000, the diocese of camden has held a blue mass recognizes law enforcement and other first responders for their sacrifice and service to the community. >> to express our gratitude to the men and women in uniform from all the avarious services, police, fire, ambulance and at the same time to pray together.
>> reporter: at times reflection turned somber with the memory of those who lost their lives, recognizes civil unrest in the countries and sacrifices made by families. >> when we go out and we take it for granted going to work every day, but it's a burden on our family. and for them to come out and see the support that we get, it means a lot to us. >> reporter: the mass celebrated at our lady of hope parish, st. agnes church in blackwood, brought the community together, it's something, friends, family and supporters of south jersey first responders look forward to every year. >> it brings the solidarity and closeness together. to get to see everyone and be together as one. >> and nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. here's jim rosenfield. coming up next on nbc 10 news at 6:00, a race against the
the first lady's message to college students in philadelphia. father charged in the death of a 2-year-old who accidently shot himself. right now at 6:00, we start with the weather, the sun is gone and the rain is here for a while. already started to rain in parts of the delaware valley. i'm jim rose on field. check out the radar. it's going to be a busy next few days in our weather center. just dreary out there, it's going to be get worse as the days go on. we're sent the best weather technology on wheels. we sent stormranger10 down to dover, delaware. it gets the most accurate radar to get the forecast for your neighborhood. our meteorologists have been tracking rain for days. let's begin with first alert meteorologist sheena parveen.
>> we're also talking about that stormranger10, we drove it down towards dover in camden county. this is where we start to get a closer view, a more detailed view of this storm heading our way. it's the only mobile radar and we're now able to see these storms moving in from maryland, one area of heavier rain, that's going to be moving into kent county soon, if you're in walker, 6:29, collins beach 6:40, aside from that, we have showers in west chester county, and camden county. we'll zoom into lancaster county, a little over two inches an hour, so heavy rain in lancaster and moving into parts of berks county now. a lot of cloud cover, maybe some drizzle here and there, but we are watching more, this area of thunderstorms approaching from the south and west. the precip right here, anywhere