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all eyes will be on tonight's presidential debate, and on donald trump. he's digging in, despite calls for him to step aside after lewd comments about women surfaced on friday. new this morning, police in california take a man into custody after three officers were shot. two of them killed. we'll explain what sparked the shoot-out. north carolina is dealing with storm damage this morning, after its brush with matthew. it's no longer a hurricane. we'll update the storm's path and the affects here on our area. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, this is nbc 10 news "today" i'm rosemary connors. thanks for being with us.
meteorologist crystal klein has some new information about matthew. you just got this update within the last few moments? >> that's right. we have the 5:00 a.m. update from the national hurricane center. matthew is interacting with land for awhile now and we have that earlier models showing a pretty harsh right turn starting this morning. those have started to change. on top of that we're sucking up some of that moisture as well. just as expected that cold front has been moving in hanging right near our area currently. on top of the cold front we've got that moisture pulled from the south. the rain we're seeing pretty empressive over parts of delaware, as well as right along the jersey shore. moderate to light rain moving through philadelphia and weakening as we move into parts of the suburbs as well as the lehigh valley. we do have rain throughout our area. there's the cold front i was talking about. it's going to very slowly progress to the east today. meaning chances of rain with it will start to move out. we'll begin drying from west to
east. that will be your afternoon. this morning, though, you'll want the umbrella. and some of the reason that we were seeing rain extending a little more steadily even through philadelphia, is matthew. matthew has changed course a bit. there's a look at matthew currently. no longer a hurricane. it has lost its tropical element. it's still a very large storm, and it's still moving very fast. 75 miles per hour the peak winds still. which are hurricane force winds. it's just no longer categorized as a hurricane and now looking to track off to the northeast instead of moving down to the south. that is actually a good change to the track forecast. doesn't necessarily affect us too much. we'll talk more about chances of rain for your neighborhood, and take a closer look at that updated path for matthew coming up. >> thanks krisle. >> the uproar over donald trump's lewd comments on tape could define his presidential debate with hillary clinton tonight. some republican leaders are abandoning trump. others are waiting to see what happens on stage.
nbc news and other major media outlets are reporting that the gop is in crisis mode ahead of tonight's town hall showdown in st. louis, missouri. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in our digital operations center with a preview of the debate. monique? >> hi, rosemary. just hours before the debate a chorus of republicans are calling on their candidate to step down. here's what vice president joe biden tweeted yesterday. trump's words are demeaning. and that such behavior is an abuse of power. it's not lewd, side biden it's sexual assault. donald trump waved to a crowd of supporters in new york. earlier he tweeted i will never drop out of the race. we will never let our supporters down. this despite dozens of republicans from across the country urging him to withdraw. calling him a malignant clown, and tweeting they will not vote for him. for the first time this morning, we're hearing trump's wife
melania, what she has to say. she was pregnant in 2005, when trump bragged about how being a star gave him an edge in making advancements on married women. referencing access hollywood host nancy odell. melania says and we're quoting here, the words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me. i hope people will focus on and accept his apology, as i have, and focus on the important issues facing our nation and the world. former new york mayor rudy giuliani, a top trump campaign adviser, fiercely defends the donald. >> there is nothing that is going to cause him to drop out. that's wishful thinking of the clinton campaign. and -- [ indiscernible ] >> giuliani added republican leaders who are now distancing themselves from trump never really supported him in the first place. now dozens of undecided voters will gather for tonight's debate. secretary clinton has not remarked on donald trump's
comments, but we're hearing she gets the first question. no doubt we'll be covering it all morning. live for now, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that monique. former new york mayor and trump supporter, as monique mentioned, rudy giuliani will be sitting down with moderator chuck todd to preview round two of the trump/clinton debates on nbc's "meet the press" this morning at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. you can watch the debate tonight at 9:00, live on cozi tv and on nbc10.com. if you missed the debate for sunday night football on nbc 10 we'll have a live report from the debate hall right over the game. new this morning a man wanted in the shooting death of two police officers in southern california is under arrest following an hour's long standoff. the shootings happened in palm springs, yesterday. police say officers were responding to a family's disturbance call when the man opened fire on them. the two officers killed were a
35-year veteran of the force and this mother who recently returned to duty after maternity leave. a third officer was wounded. last night in palm springs a police escort led the procession of twen hearses carrying the bodies. the procession traveled from the hospital to the coroner's office. today investigators will ghin to look into what led to a commuter train crash in new york that injured more than two dozen people. authorities say the long island railroad train hit a work train on the tracks near new hyde park around 9:00 last night. three train cars derailed and the work train caught fire. 29 people were hurt. the governor says the worst of the injuries were broken bones. now this derailment comes a little more than a week after a new jersey transit train crashed into the terminal in hoboken. one person died and more than 100 others were injured. investigators say the train was going 21 miles an hour, twice the speed limit on the tracks near the station.
5:36 right now on this sunday. coming up on nbc 10 news today, the storm is weakening now. no longer a hurricane. but, not before matthew marched up the north carolina coast causing record-breaking flooding. we'll take you to the storm ravaged region next. plus remembering those lost to drug diction. we'll take you to a vigil here in our area just ahead.
>> h. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> welcome back. your temperatures right now, some of these numbers might be on the warmer side of what we see the whole day because of that cold front heading our way. 60 in philadelphia, 59 in allentown and 49 for mount pocono. you can see where the cold front has started to affect areas in the 40s currently. we're looking at heavier rain over delaware and parts of south jersey into the jersey shore.
that's going to continue through your morning. so let's take a look at what we've got going on. there's the heavier rain. yellows and oranges. parts of kent and suffolk county are under a flood warning because these areas are already saturated from about a week and a half ago when we had heavy rain for a couple day break. cape may we are looking at those yellows, oranges on radar. moderate through parts of new jersey as you move through your morning this is going to continue. then some pockets of moderate to heavy rain in philadelphia. although we shift just a little farther along to the northwest, and there's the break line. we go from completely clear conditions to just some light showers. pouring right of the lehigh valley, the pennsylvania suburbs. as we move through your morning to lunch time it's going to start to shift out. that is the forecast for us as we move along today. we'll start to even see some breaks of sunshine expected mid to later in the afternoon. so there's the planner for you. look at this. we drop down to the 50s through your morning and then we kind of
just hang there. thanks to the cold front. throughout your early afternoon, as well. i think we should make it to about the low mid 60s in the afternoon. and that's when we should see a little more break of sunshine with windy conditions through your day. today people will hit the pavement to raise awareness for kidney disease. here is a live look at the art museum where the 15th annual philadelphia kidney walk begins in just a few hours. more than 4,000 people are expected to participate in the event this morning. this is video from a previous year's walk. participants hope to highlight the importance of early screenings, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle in the fight against kidney disease. today at penn's landing you can tour the new navy ship that bears the name of pennsylvania's longest-serving congressman. thousands of people attended the dedication of the "uss john p. murtha" yesterday morning. john murtha, who died in 2011, is the longest serving member of the u.s. house of
representatives from pennsylvania. the amphibious transport ship will be stationed at a naval base in san diego. >> i deeply apologize -- >> "saturday night live" poked fun at trump's apology and the candidate's debate prep. candidate's debate prep. you'll see more after the break. . but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has
voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world.
so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve
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track of devastation pounded the carolinas. coastal towns became submerged. further inland, heavy rains overwhelmed drains and washed out roads. >> we are currently trying to rescue this woman. >> reporter: watch police rescue a mother and her baby, stranded in their car. elsewhere, two people died when this car went under water. azimuth's wind power downgraded, north carolina's governor is still worried about several more inches of rain. >> it's upgraded into the volume of water. and water can kill. >> reporter: in south carolina hi waves damaged piers and tore into beachside resorts. travel is still at a standstill. with downed trees blocking roads and interstates. >> still a very serious situation and we are not out of the woods. >> reporter: further south florida homeowners returned to find damage. >> four people. four people that have to relocate. >> reporter: in haiti there's a growing picture of a humanitarian crisis. some estimates put the number of dead near 1,000.
many who survived have no homes to go back to. relief arrived by chopper. carrying the first food and water these people have had in days. >> as you can see, took away everything. >> reporter: drew smith, nbc 10 news. authorities say matthew made it harder for crews to put out this fire near myrtle beach, south carolina. flames started in one home last night. then spread to at least four others due to high winds from the storm. national guard members were called in to help battle the plays and eventually extinguish the fire. fortunately no one was hurt. back here in our area, people paused to remember those lost to drug overdoses in south jersey. the addiction awareness task force held a vigil at timber creek park in gloucester township last night. nbc 10 spent months on the streets investigating the problem of opioid addiction in our area. you can find our report called generation addicted right now on the nbc 10 app.
[ chanting ] >> the rain yesterday couldn't stop the philly trans march in center city. more than 100 people showed out for the sixth annual march to show support for the transgender community. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and we're starting with that look at hurricane matthew, and we've got the updated information from that update sent out from the national hurricane center. matthew still has pretty strong winds here. 75 miles per hour. that is considered hurricane force. but hurricane matthew has been downgraded. a post tropical cyclone. what that means is it's lost its tropical element. it's no longer got the infrastructure where you've got that eye of the storm, the thick eyewall with the heaviest hitting rain. instead now you see the bands extending all the way out and no longer that wraparound that you saw previously. nonetheless, still a strong storm now moving to the east/northeast at 14 miles per hour.
expected to continue weakening, as we move through the next several days. so here's the projected path. sunday, 2:00. notice the changes we have here. still pulling to the right. but also still pulling a little bit to the north instead of starting to pull to the south. this is a change from yesterday morning when models were mostly agreeing it would drop to the south. instead that cold front affecting us now looking to affect matthew by kind of picking it up and pulling it along. so monday, 60-mile-per-hour winds, at your 2:00 a.m. hour still tracking along to the northeast and that's going to continue just moving right out to sea. no longer affecting us. and fortunately no longer threatening to move back into the bahamas or florida, but instead continuing to pass right on through your tuesday as it drops down and that 40-mile-per-hour range. on your doppler radar for us we are looking at right now, matthew still dropping down a good amount of rain over parts of north carolina. into virginia. but, we're pulling in a lot of that moisture, as well. so we've got that front.
it's coming in our direction. it's going to pass from the west to the east throughout our morning into our afternoon. as it does it will shove the rain out. but for now, the moisture is still pulling in from matthew. you can almost see the difference in the push this direction. rather the more northerly direction you see coming from the south. that is the moisture provided by matthew. it's also why we see heavier rain in delaware and along the shore. there are some watches and warnings in place. flood watches in effect through your morning hours and that includes much of delaware here. kent and suffolk county we look through portions under a warning. meaning we are starting to see flooding issues in these areas shaded in the bright green. look at your forecast for today. your neighborhood forecast including chances of rain as i said, they'll start to break apart about 1:00 p.m. philadelphia and 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. moving out of new jersey. 65 from center city, allentown at 65 degrees. more sunshine through your afternoon expected in the lehigh
valley, than new jersey or the shore. windy as well today, we'll be at 62 ocean city as well as smyrna and those windy conditions will be strongest along the shore but i expect them to tire out. >> satire can often go where the news cannot. last night's "saturday night live" skewered the controversy over donald trump's lewd comments about women that were caught on tape. take a look. >> well, looks like donald trump finally got what he wanted. a working microphone. >> i deeply "aplogize" -- >> are you trying to say apologize? >> no, i would never do that. >> we now go live to hillary clinton's campaign headquarters where they just received news of the leak. ♪ >> i'm sorry, i'm sorry, i didn't see you we were so busy preparing for the debate. >> last night's political sketch was an encore for "snl" cast member kate mckinnon as hillary clinton and actor alec baldwin as donald trump. i'm sure we will see them again
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to you by xfinity. good morning to you. i'm danny pommells from csn. the eagles arrived in detroit yesterday for today's game against the lions, and john clark was there to greet them. >> here in detroit, carson wentz could become the first quarterback in modern nfl history to start and win the first four games of his rookie season. here are the eagles, arriving in motown. as you know, last year the birds were embarrassed on thanksgiving here and this defense, under jim
short, it is a complete turnaround. they have given up the fewest points in the nfl. brandon graham has a sack in each of his first three games. he hopes that continues in his hometown. >> i'm excited to be here because as always one of those precious moments where you can play in your hometown, against your hometown and you know, something i dreamed about all the time. >> tough having a bye when you're 3-0. how do you think everybody has come back this week prepping for the "d"? >> we're looking first i can tell you that. everybody had the images, that's what it's all about now, on your executing. we kept the same steps that we had losing. >> how about this for a stat? the eagles are the only team in the nfl that hasn't given up a passing touchdown in their first three games. that hasn't happened for the birds since 1934. on the other side, the lions, they're awful. they have given up 12 touchdown passes. only the falcons have given up more. in detroit, i'm john clark, csn.
>> all right from the gridiron to the hardwood. a 12-game restriction and okafor continues to watch as they manage his surgically repaired knee. lebron james trying to knock off the sixers right out of the gate and bebe making his presence felt. get out the way. ain't nobody stepping in front of that. also showing his touch from the outside. steps into a three-pointer. string music for him 12 points in 13 minutes. dario had just four points and the sixers take it on the chin 108-105. the flyers, wrapping up the preseason in boston. maybe facing extra discipline for this late hit. he avoided a suspension earlier in the preseason. he's kind of due i guess. no score in overtime. three on three hockey, ryan schooner on the breakaway. the wrister makes it 1-0.
the season opener friday in l.a. against the kings. to college football penn state hosting maryland under 30 secondses lefs in the first half when barkley comes calling. catch him if you can like the gingerbread man. 45 of the 202 rushing yards. penn state takeses a 24-14 lead into intermission. mcsorley seals the envelope on some airmail to tompkins. penn state with a season high 524 yards of offense. they win 38-14 and host ohio state in two weeks. battling rhode island, the final season op the sidelines. the connection for a 37-yard td 14-0 wildcats. two minutes later, aaron forbes gets the give and goes 67 yards to the house. 21-0 nova after one. nova rushes for 317 yards and no
one went over 100 yards. going away, 35-0. hosting central connecticut. first ever meeting for the school. pick it up first quarter, connection with nicolas boeken. he does the rest 19 yards into the bar quakers up 14-0 quickly now 14-10, trying to create some separation. he's hit as he throws. the basket catch for a 29 yard touchdown. he threw a pair of tds and ran for another 10 wins, 28-16. that is your look at sports i'm danny pommells from csn, enjoy your sunday. >> today in philadelphia, the block party will be happening in center city from 10:00 to 5:00. the hub of the party will be at 13th and locus street. there you can enjoy music, shows, and games. best of all it is free. the event is all part of the national coming out day festival. 5:57 right now on this sunday, just about 60 degrees outside the nbc 10 studios.
the uproar continues over donald trump's comments caught on tape about women. it all comes just hours before his second presidential debate with hillary clinton tonight. nbc 10's monique braxton will join us in just a few moments as she follows the fallout. meantime krystal klei is following matthew. >> matthew's moisture affecting us this morning. there's a live look at doppler radar. we've got some areas of heavier rain near delaware. we're talk more about when those showers will start to move out. if we'll see some sunshine on your sunday and there's a live look outside. still dark and a little wet this morning. we'll have the details on that rain forecast coming up.
taking a defiant stand. donald trump says he won't abandon his white house bid despite calls to step aside because of his comments about women caught on tape. tonight the focus will be on what he'll say and do at the presidential debate. bernie sanders spent time in philadelphia this weekend defending democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton hours after leaked e-mails pointed to her ties to wall street. we are seeing some showers this morning thanks to what was hurricane matthew. here is a live look at the philadelphia museum of art where maybe a wet morning out there. l