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that fog should start to break apart but not until the later part of your morning. we'll talk more about the foggy conditions as well as those conditions moving through the rest of your monday. coming up for now, though, let's take a check of traffic. thank you, crystal. good morning, everyone. as crystal mention, low visibility throughout the delaware valley. let's take a look at the vine street expressway. cameras around broad street. eastbound traffic starting to move towards the city. not a lot of cars out there this morning. it's still rather early. the schuylkill expressway, so far, everything looksç pretty good, in the green, from the blue route to the vine, we'll be seeing a travel time of 13 minutes. yes, fog is out there, folks. let's take a look at this camera over in mt. laurel, new jersey. this is 295 at 3. look at your side off to the right, the top shoulder. you see the streetlights but there's a halo around the
streetlights. that indicates severe, dense fog in new jersey. let's take a look at the majors in new jersey. so far we're doing okay on 295. when i come back, we'll take a look at the blue route, vai and tracy. happening today after three months of modified schedules and delays, septa's regional rail system is back in full service. the transit agency says its service can now get back to a regular schedule because enough of the train cars are back in operation. septa had to pull 1 to regional rail cars from service to fix a structural flaw. those cars were about a third of the fleet. the repairs are expected to be completed in november. monique braxton is talking with commuters and we'll have their reactions starting at 5:00 a.m. no memory of the accident. that's what the engineer of the nj transit train is saying about last week's crash. thomas gallagher told the ntsb investigators that the new jersey transit was running six
minutes late and going ten miles per hour as it approached the hoboken station. one person was killed, 114 others hurt when the train smashed into the station thursday morning. we spoke with lawyers representing from 188 derailment. they say the details are all too familiar. >> previously, this operator like the operator of amtrak 188 that derailed has a loss of memory at the critical moments. >> investigators say a data recorder that was recovered from the wreck was not working at the time of the crash. they're still trying to get to the other one. two police cars wereç responding to a call when they crashed into each other in philadelphia's grays ferry neighborhood last night. it happened at south 26th street and tasker. the force of the impact sent one of the vehicles up on to the sidewalk. one officer was hurt but refused treatment. no one else was hurt. the philadelphia orchestra strike is over, musicians and orchestra leadership reached a
tentative deal on a three-year contract yesterday afternoon. it includes salary increases each other. they staged a walkout friday night, cancelling an opening night performance. the board will vote on the contract tomorrow. today, get a free flu shot if you live in camden county. head to the bellmawr fire hall from 3:30 to 6:30 today. there's no out-of-pocket cost for residents. speaking of october, october is breast cancer awareness month. the stats are here in the united states, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer her lifetime. >> the road to recovery can mean chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. a philadelphia woman is offering a unique service for women battling the deadly disease. pamela osborne jones us with more on how this one woman is making a difference. tell us about her. >> her name is patricia fox. she's a philadelphia make-up artist and she's using her skill
making women battling cancer feel good about themselves. >> who is she? wow. >> reporter: the 28-year-old offers complimentary make-up services for breast cancer survivors and chemotherapy patien patients. she got the idea while fighting her own battle against cancer two years ago. since then, she's helped countless women do their make-up and re-apply their brows. and she does it all for free. coming up atç 5:00, we'll take you behind the scenes of a makeover. >> we look forward to that. a real-life scare for a reality tv star. >> kim kardashian was reportedly held at gunpoint inside a hotel room. ahead, phone out how she's doing and how her husband kanye west reacted when he heard the news. take a bow.
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good morning, everyone. i'm francesca ruscio. let's take a look at the blue route this morning. working through foggy conditions. i would recommend those low beams out there. cameras around baltimore pike. you do see the incoming traffic, the halo glow around the headlights. take your time and use caution driving to work this morning. let's take a look at 95, travel time so far still in the green. traveling from wood haven to the vine, folks will still take you 12 minutes out there. working through foggy conditions everywhere you go here in philadelphia as well as over in new jersey. let's take a look at the camera in deptford, route 42 around route 41. low visibility as well in play over new jersey. the incoming traffic, the halo glow once again, working through
drier conditions that mist at times, especially over new jersey. we were looking at this incoming accident, welsh road and keystone drive. no expected delays for that intersection. when i'm back, we take a look at the vine street expressway. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we're looking at your radar and satellite, current conditions out there. clouds hanging over us. we do see showers outside. the showers are starting to just creep in near philadelphia. light rain, drizzle out there this morning. you also do see we've got some of the pockets of heavy rain moving over the delaware bay, through delaware and going to move in to south jersey. the clouds in place. we might have a live camera shot. if we do, we'll get to that in just a bit. that's in cherry hill and see something fog in place as well. whether you're in parts of pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware, we are looking at fog
this morning. that's the low-hanging clouds and the fog at the ground that makes the visibility so low. it's all due to the moisture that's been hanging overhead for about a week. we go from radar and satellite to your temperatures. not a bad start this morning. we are looking at conditions that will be showing us temperatures, right now hanging mostly into the 60s outside. there's what you're looking at for your temperatures. 63 in philadelphia and 59 in pottstown, northeast philadelphia at 63 degrees and wilmington the same, dover sitting at 64. we've got the 60s, the fog. this morning, very similar start to what you saw yesterday morning. it will be different as we move into the afternoon. here's the forecast for philadelphia. starting to see breaks for sunshine as we move into your afternoon. 67 degrees right around your lunch time. in the suburbs, also seeing those mid-60s moving to about the low 70s for forecast high temperatures. and the same in the lehigh valley. again, in the afternoon, partly
cloudy to mostly cloudy mix out there, meaning some sun, not all sun, but it will warm your temperatures more, making it to the 70s out there. we take a look at the rest of those forecasts for today and moving forward, what the effects of hurricane matthew may be, all coming up. >> crystal, thanks. 20 minutes before 5:00. now to decision 2016 and the controversy surrounding donald trump's taxes. >> "the new york times" reports trump lost more than $900 million and may have avoided paying taxes for nearly 20 years. next, hear why one supporter calls the move genius. also -- >> just the city as a whole, ç man. i just, i want to thank you, because i've grown with all of you. >> sharing one last moment. next, ryan howard reflects on a remarkable career with the phillies.
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a live look along benjamin franklin parkway. there are areas of thick fog. take extra time during your morning commute. the first alert forecast is just ahead. robbed at gunpoint in a hotel room overseas. that's what reality tv star kim kardashian says happened to her last night. a spokeswoman for kardashian says she was in her hotel room in paris when two armed men dressed as police officers held her up. nbc news is looking into reports that kardashian was tied up by the men as they stole millions of dollars in jewelry. the tv star says she is badly shaken but physically unharmed. ♪ >> i'm sorry. family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> meantime, kanye west who was performing at a music festival abruptly ended his show when he heard about the attack. you can see kanye apologizing to his fans and saying he had a family emergency before walking offstage.
now to decision 2016. donald trump's allies are calling him a genius when it comes to taxes. this after "new york times" report revealed the republican presidential nominee might have avoided paying taxes for nearly two decades. >> the reality is, he's a genius. >> and the genius of donald trump has been to make sure that he follows the law, which is exactly what he's done, and politically, he has said he is going to change these laws. >> "the times" report claims trumpç reported more than a $9 million loss on his income tax returns. that may have allowed him to not pay federal income taxes for years. bernie sanders says it could be legal but unfair. >> billionaires like donald trump can manipulate the tax system so they avoid paying
federal income taxes. >> trump tweeted he knows the tax laws better than anyone who ever ran for president and is the only one to fix them. experts say trump's plan may create more loopholes for businesses. hillary clinton focused on other issues while campaigning in charlotte. she visited a check and spoke about systemic racism and acknowledged fears that people face. >> like every grandmother, i worry about the safety of my grand children but my worries are not the same as black grandmothers who have different and deeper fears about the world that their grandchildren face. >> clinton's visit came nearly two weeks after police shot and killed keith lamont scott which led to widespread riots. meantime, nba superstar lebron james is endorsing clinton's campaign. the ohio native wrote an op-ed
saying clinton is pushing a message of hope and unity that can address violence in african-american communities. clinton supports are getting as many voters registered as possible. clinton will be in haverford tomorrow with her daughter chelsea and actress elizabeth banks. watch senator tim kaine and mike pence face off tomorrow at 9:00. full highlights on nbc 10 news at ç11:00. the eight justices of the supreme court are dealing with cases of race, religion and immigration. some of the cases include whether or not a transgender boy can use a boys rest room in virginia or whether a maker in colorado can refuse to serve a same-sex customer. so far the senate refused to
vote on president obama's nominee, merrick garland. harris says he left his son in his vehicle by accident. 4:47. 63 degrees outside. a former co-worker of a missing lehigh county is the source of an investigation. horvath worked with holly grimm who disappeared three years ago. grimm's neighbors want closure. >> and every now and then i see a little bit of a story. >> you know, you wonder how something like that happens, because you think somebody would see it. >> horvath was arraigned on dui charges a day before police began searching his property. the end of an era at
citizens bank park. ryan howard played what's believed to be his final game in a phillies uniform. howard who gave an emotional speech before the game reflected on his time in philadelphia after the final out was recorded. >> winning a world series, bringing a championship to the city. that's got to be up there. so i mean, coming in and, you know, winning rookie of the year, mvp, all those were great but today is definitely goingço be a day that i'll remember and philadelphia is always going to be home. >> howard also tweeted this last night saying words cannot express how much i appreciated today. thank you phillies fans, my teammates, former and current, for the lost and support. here's a look at the front page of the philadelphia "daily news" this morning.
it reads thanks for the ride. fond farewell to howard. he's the only member of the 2008 world series champion team that's still on the roster. count me among his many fans. i love the guy. >> a lot of fans just love him. we talked with fans last night who say they will always have fond memories. >> ryan howard, he's one of my favorites. i'm going to mess him. it's a shame. >> kind of a shame. the guy had done so well for so long. kind of starting to slide a little. >> good guy, good teammate he appears to be and deserves the accolades. >> in all likelihood, they'll decline his -- for 2017 and buy out his final year. share your thoughts on social media. reach out to us on instagram, facebook and twitter.
our addresses are there at the bottom of your screen. ten minutes, 10, 11 minutes before 5:00 a.m. looks like we have an accident to deal with. >> first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio has that. francesca? >> we are opening with an accident that came in not too long ago in montgomeryville. at the intersection of welsh road and keith drive. it's still very early. take it slow this morning, folks. we're working through dense fog this morning, all throughout the delaware valley. here's a live shot of the vine street expressway around 11th street. typically where we see theç vi street expressway construction we're starting to see cars heading in and out of the city on both the eastbound/westbound side, working through clearer conditions in terms of visibility for the vine. everywhere you go outside the tunnel, folks, it's going to be a slow go. route 73 at 38. take a look at the streetlights. i'm saying the halo glow. it will indicate dense fog.
low beams are key this morning in and out of the city and through new jersey. let's take a look at travel times on 422 from route 29 towards the schuylkill. it will be in the green eight minutes. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> let's start with a few live cameras this morning. here's that cherry hill camera i was talking about a few minutes ago. you don't see terrible fog but it's also a dark shot, the sun not up yet. we have some fog hanging over parts of new jersey, pennsylvania and delaware. then we flip over to a live camera in philadelphia, again, maybe a bit hard to see but we have some clouds that are low hanging, kind of looks like it's sheering off the top of the towers. we have the low-hanging fog as well. you have to drive with caution. you can see ahead of you, the distance is just not there, like it typically would be for your morning commute. again, we've got the fog in place this morning. that should start to burn off
but on top of the fog, we see showers out there, very spotty, mostly light rain, drizzle that we are going to be dealing with. now starting to track through philadelphia, also now into parts of south jersey. this will continue to move along to the east. this morning, you may see a spot shower moving through. nothing heavy. it's not going to affect your drive other than make it slick on some of the roadways as it tracks along. isolated chances of rain as we move through your day. we'll look at the future track mod until a moment. here's temperatures, it's still cool out there. you might want that the light jacket as you head out for çwo. 63 in center city, 62 in brewerytown. andorra at 62 and 63 the temperature in bustleton right now. temperatures, though, are a little better off here, in the 60s. in the last few days we've been in the 60s. today, we should see just enough sunshine to make our way into the 70s in some parts of the
viewing area, which will be a welcome change in the forecast. hour by hour, showing us the clouds over us today and the fog. watch here, the clouds do break apart on and off. spot chances of rain about 4:30, mostly over new jersey and the shore, breaking apart by 8:30. as we move into your tuesday, the morning commute, isolated chances of showers along the shore and delaware with cloud coverage as well. here's a look at hurricane matthew right now. 130 mile per hour winds. what has been reported by the national hurricane center. that category 4 hurricane, a major hurricane, set to track right to the north. that will be threats to haiti, jamaica and cuba. and potentially that threat for the u.s. we'll take a closer look at the track for hurricane matthew, the latest update comes in at 5:00 a.m. that's coming up in just a bit. >> take a look at this. fall is just getting started but in northern california, the snow
is already here. this is in the town of donner summit. shooting rampage survivors speak out. >> two of the victims of last month's violent west philadelphia shootout are talking exclusively with nbc 10 about the attack. hear what they say about becoming random targets. also, hanging it up after a legendary 67-year career. baseball's broadcasting iron man vin scully steps away from the microphone. this week's choices for game of the week, ridley at marple newtown, lenape at rancocas valley.
we're going to start out with what we're seeing on the blue route, old gulph road, opening up with heavy, dense fog this morning. there's a lot happen on the roadways out there. i would advise you folks take it slow. when i'm back in the next couple minutes, we'll take a look at the roads over new jersey. members of the jewish community are celebrating rosh hashanah this morning. ♪ >> the congregation at rodel shalom is continuing. they eat traditional foods like apples dipped in honey. ♪ a night of music on independence mall, thousands of people came out to watch opera philadelphia open its season. the performance took place on stage at the academy of music. the show was broadcast to three
giant outdoor screens on the mall. >> that's very cool. a big birthday bash. the please touch museum is turning 40. the children's museum in fairmont park marked the milestone with a community celebration which featured toys from every decade of the past 40 years. museum offered guests 40% off admission so they could be part of that fun. an era comes to a close for one of baseball's famous voices. >> vin scully said good-bye yesterday after a legendary career announcing games for the dodgers. he called more than 9,000 games and multiple worldç series. it's fitting, his final call was between the dodgers and their famous rivals, the san francisco giants. sculley has been a fan of the giants since he was a small child. willie mays was there to congratulation sculley. a plaque was unveiled. >> what a remarkable career. 67 years. that's incredible. for more of the stories we're following now an nbc 10
news at 5:00 a.m. back on track. starting today, septa regional rail service is returning to normal. >> shooting rampage. police officers and people in a bar became instant victims of gun violence. now they are talking about surviving that random attack. tracking hurricane matthew. right now the storm is blasting across the caribbean, bringing heavy rain and winds, near 130 miles an hour. nbc 10 news starts now. >> it is just about 5:00 a.m. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. fog to contend with today and we are watching matthew. let's begin with meteorologist crystal klei with the nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. crystal? >> we're dealing with areas of fog. starting the morning out very similar to what we saw yesterday morning, gray, dreary start. if you're driving, it's difficult to see the road ahead
of you in some areas. parts of the suburbs through the lehigh valley and along the shore to atlantic city. that's what you're dealing with through the morning, i expect. cloudy conditions as well, meaning you're not going to see necessarily the tops of the towers in center city. as we move into the afternoon, here's the good news finally. clouds should break some. i'm not talking entirely sunny day but we are looking at spots of sunshine expected. especially later into the afternoon with isolated showers in the forecast. we are seeing spot showers this morning. in the evening, partly cloudy conditions outç there with the expectation that over the next couple of days we will see a mix of clouds and sun. here's our radar and satellite. a thick blanket of clouds over us at this point. we have isolated showers moving through very light rain through philadelphia. and as we move into parts of the suburbs here. that will start a track into south jersey and we see that already happening as some of those showers have been mg