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from santander bank. ♪ are you feeling alright, baby? ♪ right now on "nbc 10 news today," candidates on the attack. donald trump and hillary clinton go toe to toe for 90 minutes from their policies to their personal lives, no ground was left uncovered. and end of an era in atlantic city. minutes ago, the trump taja mahl officially shut down leaving thousands of workers out of a job. well, it was a letdown in mo-town. the eagles lose their first game of the season in a nail biter to the detroit lions. big plays and reaction from the team. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm vai sikahema. going to be a beautiful start to the workweek. it will be dry apparently. let's get right to meteorologist krystal klei who has the neighborhood forecast. >> dry and cool.
there's two votes open this. either you're ready for the cool weather, you want it to hit or you're really wishing it was still summertime. if you're wishing that, sorry here. temperatures dropping out into the low 40s. allentown, 48 in philadelphia as well as wilmington. 45 coatesville and atlantic city. this is a big difference from 24 hours ago. yesterday we had the clouds in the morning. that holds in some of the heat. temperatures were in the 50s, closer to the 60s. 11 degree difference here. philadelphia, 15 degree difference, allentown since yesterday at that time, 17 degree difference over the last 24 hours in atlantic city. it was warmer compared to the warmer temps we're seeing right now. it will beç cooler by tomorrow morning. frost advisory for the areas shaded in blue. that's from 2:00 to 9:00 a.m. looking over parts of pennsylvania. the lehigh valley, berks county, reading, allentown, looking at these areas. we should see temperatures dropping down into the 30s by tomorrow. also going to see that forecast for parts of the jersey shore,
extending into south jersey. more on cooler temperatures and your forecast highs starting to pick back up in just a few minutes but now let's go to traffic with jessica boyington. >> thanks, krystal. good morning, everyone. 202 around 29. you can see cars starting to make their way out the door. we're looking at a seven-minute drive time. the northbound side from this point to the schuylkill expressway, speeds into the mid-60s. delaware, there's an accident reported out in claymont on 95 southbound around the harvey road on ramp. not seeing big delays on 95 because of that right now. lastly, checking in with mass transit, a 17-minute delay from warminster train 6400 and fox chase, that train is running with two fewer cars than normal, train 807. expect overcrowding there. vai? if this were just about one video, maybe what he's saying tonight would be understandable. but everyone can draw their own
conclusions at this point about whether or not the man in the video or the man on the stage respects women. >> she has tremendous hate in her heart. and when she said deplorabldepl she men the ant it. when she said irredeemable, you didn't mention that, but when she said irredeemable, to me that might have been even worse. >> round two, the gloves came off before they stepped into the hall. >> meantime, trump referred to clinton as the devil and lashed out about bill clinton's sex scandals. the two candidates didn't even shake hands when they walked out to start the debate, while new topics were addressed like the 2005 tape of trump that surfaced on friday. the candidates also talked about issues that have been festering since the last debate like trump's taxes. >> did you use that $960 million loss to avoid paying personal federal income taxes? >> of course i do. of course i do. and so do all of her donors or
most of her donors. i know many of her donors. her donors took massive tax write-offs. >> it is sort of amusing to hear somebody who hasn't paid federal income taxes in maybe 20 years talking about what he's going to do. >> meantime, trump said clinton supported tax laws that allowed him to do it. according to analysts, trump's own tax plan would not change his ability to avoid paying taxes by declaring large business losses. this morning, we're getting local reaction to the presidential debate to see what voters are now thinking. >> nbc 10's matt delucia is live at 30th street station where i'm sure a lot of people heading to work will be talking about the debate, reading about it, tell us more, matt. >> and rosemary, vai, i went to the 30th street station. a lot of people said they couldn't watch that debate last night. they had enough of this election season. they just want it to be over. last weekç -- two weeks ago no the first presidential debate
was the most watched debate in american political history. but perhaps this one was the most anticipated. we'll have to see how the numbers turn out there. this was a debate that many people wanted to watch because of what happened in the past few days. take a look here. the debate watch party at mcgillin's in center city last night. people on both sides watching what was said between the two candidates. a lot of people are talking about this debate. twitter says it was the most tweeted debate ever, 17 million debate related tweets sent during that time. we spoke with some of those who watched last night, especially the undecided voters. some of them as i mentioned, just fed up. >> making a choice between them? there's no choice. there is no choice. >> a lot of anger there among the voting public here and a cnn poll that was done right after the debate last night found that 57% of people who watched debate thought that hillary clinton won. 34% thought that donald trump
won. and there's still one more debate to go, that will be next week in las vegas. live at 30th street station, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. there is just one more presidential debate before election day. the third and final face-off will be wednesday october 19th at the university of nevada las vegas. we have you covered. nbc 10's lauren mayk will be reporting live from las vegas next week. if you have not registered to vote yet, time is running out. if you're voting in pennsylvania, the deadline is tomorrow. in delaware you have until saturday. in new jersey, you have until next tuesday. happening now, time is up for the trump taj mahal in atlantic city. this is a live look at the now closed casino. the doors officially closed at 5:59 a.m. just six, seven minutes ago, leaving nearly 3,000 workers without jobs. owner carl icahn decided to close the taj back in august after losses of more than $100 million. and a workers' strike. this morning, police are
investigating a possible abduction in north philadelphia. a witness told police he saw a man get out of a car on east erie avenue around 9:00 last night and hit a woman in the head with a baseball bat. he then said the man dragged the victim into his car and took off. according to police, the suspect was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and sweat pants and may have been driving a black chevy cruz. 6:07. the eagles are 3-1. after a week aoff, the birds came up short in detroit losing their first game of the season. it came after this fumble from eagles running back ryan matthews late in the game. 2:30 left to go and this fumble was the team's first turnover this season. and the birds, they lose 24-23. after the game, matthews did not mince words about his performance in detroit. >> can you describe what happened on that last play where you fumbled? >> i just [ bleep ]. i have to get better. situations like that. can't let my teammates down. i have to get better.
>> eagles now dropped to 3-1 on the year as they get ready to take on the washington redskins next week. and nbc 10 is taking you back to where it all began. csn's john clarkç traveled wit eagles rookie carson wentz to his home state of north dakota, giving us a look into his early life before he became an eagle. "from wentz he came" premieres on nbc 10 fromny night, :00 p.m. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. beginning off with that wide view of radar and satellite. you see we finally have clear conditions we've been itching for. this is where we've seen the leftovers of matthew's moisture. those showers are moving out. they're going to move off to sea. the actual center of matthew, what's left of matthew is directly to the east right now of north carolina. still feeling the effects there of math yaw, although, again, it's breaking apart. no longer even a track we can show you. this system will be moving off to sea as it continues to
dissolve. again, we are finally seeing moisture move out. now with the north/northwest flow, we continue pulling in drier air for a much better forecast. let's run through the forecast in different locations. 48 the temperature we're at in philadelphia, staying there through 8:00 a.m. 52 by 10:00 a.m. we move into the upper 50s, 2:00, 59 degrees. breeziness throughout your afternoon. i expect we'll make it to the low to mid-60s and official forecast high of 65 degrees, which is the same as what we saw yesterday afternoon. with the sun out, which we expect, 49, the forecast 10:00 a.m. in the lehigh valley. the low 40s outside. it's cool. grab the jacket. 54 for your lunch time. continue with the sunshine throughout your afternoon. 61 degrees by 4:00 p.m. a similar forecast for new jersey where we'll continue with the clear sky conditions throughout. maybe spot clouds this morning. thin at best. those winds about 10 to 20 miles per hour. notice we're still in the 50s at 58 degrees by 2:00 p.m. we will make our way into the lower 60s for the forecast.
high temperatures around parts of those new jersey neighborhoods. that will be mid-to-late afternoon that we see that forecast. speaking is of new jersey over the next five day, not a big difference from philadelphia here. notice the lows. by tuesday morning, 42 degrees. some parts could be cooler. then we start to see the warm up, back to the 70s, wednesday and thursday. all right, thank you, krystal. ten minutes past 6:00 a.m. columbus day, there may be fewer cars on the roads. still we have an accident out there. >> jessica boyington has a look on the maps and the cameras. >> we are watching an accident in delaware, claymont, actually. on the southbound side of 95 around the harvey road on ramp. i checked our cameras in the area for any delays and backups. you can see on our maps right here that we're still in the green. we're not seeing problems or delays because of it. nothing major. nothing right in here just a little bit. lanes are still getting by. we're not dealing with anything too major. the garden state parkway, it looks like we're about to lose this camera right here.
no problems in either direction. area bridges are okay. the commodore barry is nice and clear as well. vai and rosemary. >> thank you, jessica. >> a trail of damage and destruction. >> matthew may have moved offshore but not before the storm wreaked havoc up and down the coast. we'll show you the cleanup some communities down south are facing. this as thousands are still without power. çplus, a philadelphia stre turns into a river after this water main break. we'll tell you why it could be days before this stretch of road will re-open.
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matthew on north carolina is expected to linger for days. flooded cities are trying to dry out whale those downstream are keeping a close eye on rising rivers. north carolina meanwhile dealing with record-breaking flooding. dozens of home are damaged in the town of nags head. the coast guard rescued dozens of people from flooded homes. the storm claimed the lives at least eight people in the state. in south carolina, thousands remain without power. the storm made landfall about 30 miles north of charleston. evacuation orders were lifted for part of the state. other residents were being warned to stay away for now. crews are out clearing streets and working to restore electricity. florida governor rick scott toured the hardest hit areas of his state yesterday. he met with leaders in jacksonville beach. the governor says the worst damage he has seen is beach erosion. some damaged roads and downed trees. let's head out west to southern california where a
community is mourning the loss of two police officers killed in the line of duty over the weekend. neighbors help a vigil last night just outside the palm springs police department. the two officers were shot dead on saturday while responding to a domestic disturbance call. a third officer was wounded. after a 12-hour standoff, the suspect surrendered. one of the fallen officers was about to retire, the other a new mother at the start of her police career. 6:16. i'm glancing over there to the monitor. the vine street expressway looks pretty good. >> looks like it's moving. let's check in with jessica boyington. >> we really were in the clear for the most part all morning on the vine. our cameras looking around 24th street. you'll be fine if you're heading towards the xx k from the westbound side or eastbound towards 95. all lanes moving along. starting to build in volume at least a little bit. also on 422, no real increase in drive times.
maybe a two-minute increase or so if you're headed eastbound towards the schuylkill expressway. route 29, speeds are dropping, still into the high 50s. there's a disabled vehicle reported in plymouth on the blue route around broke road. nothing too major there either. this accident we've been watching in claymont delaware, that's southbound around the harvey road on ramp. we're seeing light volume this morning. that could change. more checks on that when i'm back in ten. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and if you do have to go to work this morning, it will be a cool one out there on your commute cast. plenty of sun by your afternoon and that drive home as well. clear conditions throughout. let's talk temperatures. as you're heading out the door, forget the umbrella but grab the jacket. 49 degrees around 8:00 a.m. philadelphia,ç new jersey at 4 and 48 along the jersey shore. lehigh valley down in the mid-40s. some parts of the lehigh valley as well as into parts of berks county looking even lower than
that this morning. you do feel that coolness of fall. as you're heading home, 62 philadelphia, should see a high about 65. a couple hours beforehand. 60 in the suburbs, lehigh valley as well as delaware. we're looking a 5 we're looking a9 for the jersey shore. temperatures around the low 60s. similar to yesterday where you have the sunshine. actually feels pretty good. radar and satellite, no rain to track. i don't expect we'll be tracking rain for a while, because the forecast is much more dry now that we've had that cold front pass and the moisture from matthew has moved offshore. instead, maybe spot clouds out there early this morning. otherwise, plenty of sunshine as we move ahead. it's a dry week ahead, like we just said, expecting we'll stay dry as we have the north/northwest flow. ? extra clouds over the next several days, but not expecting chances of showers. philadelphia through dover, reading as well as atlantic city, almost no increase in chances. a slight uptick thursday for berks county as well as through
the lehigh valley here. that will be thursday evening. it's not looking like a great chance there either. otherwise, dry conditions throughout your workweek. and we'll slowly be warming up those temperatures. if you're more a fan of the 70s and 60s, you're in luck. as the cold front passes, those numbers drop off. the average is 69 degrees. today we'll still be at 65 in the afternoon, meaning a lower than average day. close to it by tuesday. fall-like afternoon and we do warm up a bit more to 72 degrees, your forecast by wednesday. that temperature of 72 should actually continue on into your thursday as well. there's the look. your 10 day on 10, let's break this down here. mid to upper 60s as we gradually start to warm up. we're still dealing with the cool air that came in behind that cold front. but also the dry air. sunny conditions today. some increase in clouds tuesday. partly cloudy by your wednesday, thursday. i don't expect we'll see showers for thursday, but like i mentioned, maybe around the lehigh valley. sun any for your friday, extra
clouds this weekend, back to the 70s. chances of rain will move back in but that's not until next week on monday's tuesday. getting back on track, nearly 11 days after a crash that killed one woman and hurt more than 100. services are up and running in hoboken. we'll take you inside the station to take a look at what's fixed and still what needs to be repaired. an annual lgbt ceremony turns into a protest inside philadelphia's city hall. we'll have more on why these demonstrators interrupted the event in the neighbor of racial equality.
the victim who's in his 30s is listed in stable condition at temple university hospital. take a look at this. part of this street in north philadelphia had to be shut down because of a water main break. you can see water overflowing on montgomery avenue. the road is closed betweenç 15 and broad street. officials say it could take a few days to repair that water main break. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with a quick check on the roads. we're starting off in new jersey. 295 in hamilton township around sloan avenue. just a couple cars out the door there. we're not seeing big delay or volume. really anywhere. a little bit of a quiet morning commute. more updates around the 6:30 mark. let's get a check on the forecast with meteorologist krystal klei. >> this is outside cape may. you're seeing the sun just coming up. temperatures not going to warm a ton. we are looking at a fall-like day. temperatures, as well as the winds picking up through your
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in hoboken. nbc 10 news starts now. just about 6:30 on this monday morning. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm rosemary connors. columbus day, of course. hopefully some people have the day off. for those of us who have to be at work, that's all right. we have a lot to color. let's get to meteorologist krystal klei, the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> we start with the neighborhood temperatures this morning. our cameras showing us the sun. dark camera shots. 48 degrees in philadelphia. the pennsylvania suburbs, 46 degrees. same for new jersey and 43 in the lehigh valley. that's our cool spot right now. 47 in delaware but across the board when we have 40s, you feel the coolness of fall. as we move through the afternoon you'll feel it as well. we are looking at light to breezy winds that start off your morning and continue through your afternoon. that mixed in with temperatures only in the 60s. 65 the forecast high in philadelphia. just 63 degrees in new jersey. 62 the lehigh valley and 64 in
delaware. plenty of sunshine, that's the good news. we are looking at a sunny forecast. no chance of rain in this forecast. there's the radar and satellite view. as you can tell, once that cold front passed, the moisture went with it. we talk more about the temperatures gradually warming over the next several days. plus, we'll talk about tropical activity since matthew that may be looking to affect the forecast in the days to come. all of that coming up in just a bit. for now, let's go to traffic with jessica boyington. >> thanks, krystal. starting to see extra cars heading out the door. we are looking at a great drive time. we're not seeing typical volume we usually see a"ájursq 17 minutes from tto the schuylk expressway. lighter than normal. that always can change in the next hour or so. we're watching 95 in a different area as well. this is claymont, delaware,
watch for an accident southbound around the harvey road on caram. more updates when i'm back in ten. i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and attacked them viciously. >> hillary clinton and donald trump clashed from the get-go in their second presidential debate last night in st. louis. at times the debate was angry and accusatory. the beginning of the town hall focused on sexual misconduct days after an 11-year-old tape revealed trump bragging about groping women. >> you can feel tension right from the get-go. there was no handshake. not soon after questions about the tape came up. trump admitted to locker room talk on the bus but said he never sexually assaulted women. then he changed the topic of
clinton's e-mail saying if he's elected he would hire a special prosecutor to look into it. >> you get a subpoena. after getting the subpoena, you delete 33,000 e-mails. people have been -- their lives have been destroyed for doing one-fifth of what you've done. it's a disgrace. honestly, you ought to be ashame of yourself. >> secretary clinton. >> okay, donald, i know you're into big diversion tonight, anything not it talk about your campaign and the way it's exploding and republicans are leaving you. >> after the debate, trump stweeted retweet if you agree donald trump won the debate. it was retweeted over 21,000 times. clinton took to twitter as well, posting a screen grab from cnn with a poll showing more people saying she won the debate. her tweet was retweeted 16,000 times. this morning, we're gauging reaction from voters right here in our area following the debate. >> nbc 10's matt delucia is live this morning at 30th street
station with more on that. hi, matt. >> hi, vai and rosemary. a lot of people say they didn't want to watch last night. a lot of people who did watch say that they wanted to watch for those fireworks, that fire exchange between both donald trump and hillary clinton. and perhaps people watched this debate -- with more attention i should say than the first debate. there was a debate watch party at mcgillin's in center city. people on both sides saying what was said between the two candidates. a lot of people are talking about this debate. twitter, we've been talking about social media. it says the debate was the most tweeted ever, 17 million debate related tweets were sent during the debate. we also spoke with some of those watching, especially the undecided voters. >> i don't want either of them to be our president. i think it's just kind of making it harder to make a decision, iç anything. >> make a choice between them? there's no choice. there is no choice.
just mention a moment ago, cnn instant poll that was done right after the debate found that 57% of debate watchers thought that hillary clinton won the debate while 34% thought that donald trump won. there's still one more de-tate to go so people who are still on the fence, have a little bit more time to decide. live at 30th street station, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> matt, thank you. meanwhile, you won't be seeing billy bush on the "today" show this morning. nbc news suspended billy bush indefinitely. the executive in charge of the "today" show says there's no excuse for his language on the tape friday that surfaced between him and trump. the third and final face-off will be next wednesday, october 19th between donald trump and hillary clinton. that's at the university of nevada las vegas. lauren mayk will be reporting live from las vegas next week. if you have not registered to vote, time is running out.
if you're voting in pennsylvania, the deadline is tomorrow. in delaware you have until saturday. in new jersey, you have until next tuesday. new this morning in atlantic city, thousands of workers are now officially out of a job after the trump taj mahal shuttered its doors. >> nbc 10's monique braxton is live on the boardwalk this morning. monique, the casino and hotel shut down just about 30 minutes ago. what else can you tell us? >> if you see over my shoulder, you can see there are hundreds of union workers and they are shouting, no justice, no peace. they have on hoodies that say i held the line against carl icahn. the current owner of the taja mah mahal. the union workers have been on strike here for about two months. here's video inside, a deserted casino. you see the floor is empty. one gambler inside the trump taj mahal. closure will be the fifth atlantic city casino to shut its
doors. we found one black jack player here until the final hand. >> i'm sad any time a casino closes. because it means that, you know, fewer and fewer people are going to ac to gamble and more are going to pennsylvania and to the slot casinos in new york. so it looks like things are just going to continue to get worse. >> union members walked off the job back in july demanding health and pension benefits be restore. a bankruptcy court judge allowed the taj mahal's former owners to eliminate those benefits nearly two years ago. the president and ceo of tropicana entertainment, which currently manages the taj mahal, said the taj was losing multimillions of dollars a month and they saw no path to
profitability. come over here with me now and you see there's a huge poster at the now shuttered casino. this is, we held the line. and all of tze union members present have signed this poster. you may recall donald trump opened the casino back in 1990. and it was known for its ornate interior and grand poker tables. all of that now closed. live for now in atlantic city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. 6:37. 48 degrees right now. happening today for the first time since a deadly train crash, rail service is back at the new jersey train station in hoboken. new jersey transit says eight of the 17 tracks at the hoboken terminal will re-open this morning. new video shows that much of the damage is still visible. several entrances are also boarded up. officials say passengers will be directed straight into the terminal. a lot of work still needs to be done there. >> the concern is trying to alleviate some of what will be,
i'm sure, a level of stress for our customers because this is a different way than they're used to traveling. >> the transit train was traveling at twice the speed limit when it crashed into the station back on september 29th. a woman on the platform was killed and more than 100 people were injured. the celebration turned into a protest at philadelphia city hall after protesters took over a gay pride ceremony. discrimination in the gayborhood and across the city is not something that one person or one office can be expected to solve on its own. it's on all of us, and i hope the hearing that the philadelphia commission on human relations is holding on racism
in the gayborhood will start to move that ball forward. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> beginning with a live look outside wilmington, delaware, frawley stadium. the sun's coming up, clear skies. not a cloud in sight. that will be the forecast for today. we'll see sunshine, still breezy to windy some areas, similar to what we saw yesterday. temperatures, a cool start. 48 degrees philadelphia, northeast philly, 43 allentown and now at 37, mt. pocono. how about those 30s. 45 atlantic city, holding on to low 50s. here's your future temperature as we move through to the afternoon. you see the bump up to the low to mid-60s. egg harbor at 62 degrees as well as philadelphia. and pottstown, 61. then we'll fast forward right on through the night into your early a.m. hours of tuesday. check that out. we see a lot of low 40s, even in areas like philadelphia, swedesboro 41, trenton 42. allentown, pottstown into the
mid to upper 30s would not be surprised by some of those upper 30s to low 40s as well along the shore. those areas are under a frost advisory at this point, because of the cool temperatures expected. as we start to shift gears into that part of the season. then we move through your tuesday afternoon and things will be warmer than today, mid to upper 60s are expected on the board and*v your tuesday afternoon. there's a welcome at tropical storm nicole, current forecast out there is that nicole not necessarily going to be affecting us. should strengthen. it's heading out to sea with 65 mile-per-hour winds and bermuda, next in line. 6:40 on this monday. people getting up, getting going to work. >> 20 minutes before 7:00 and jessica boyington is looking at the boulevard. how's it looking? >> we are watching for an accident scene just up ahead. these are our cameras first off around wissahickon avenue. a little ways away here. that's out of the view of our cameras unfortunately. we're just checking for delays.
as you can see, nothing too bad around this point but more so approaching the accident scene. we are seeing delays on the southbound side. approaching the schuylkill. that's where you'll see that. the schuylkill, seeing a little bit of a slowdown, heading west or eastbound. eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway and speeds are dropping we little bit worse on the westbound side. coming out of the city or headed towards king of prussia. 39 miles per hour is the average speed. 18 minutes for your drive time. here's the 42 freeway in new jersey, seeing the delays headed northbound right here. just a little bit of a slowdown. this is typical into philadelphia. the southbound side headed towards the shore or maybe the sticklerville area doing just fine. more updates when i come back in ten. a philadelphia woman studies for months to finish a college course so she can find a job. her certificate of completion never showed up in the mail. >> up next on nbc 10 responds, hear what the school said after we contacted them and how we were able to resolve the issue. plus, forced to play nice.
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>> she turned to nbc 10 responds and telemundo responde. >> patricia lorenz is taking a tea break from her work search. her experience is mostly from colombia. that's why this past spring she paid more than $1,300 to take a human resources course at villanova university. >> i have to have something for the united states to show i have the knowledge and the skill and the experience. >> reporter: lorenz finished the course in may. other students told her they received theirç certificate of completion but it never arrived the school assured it was sent. >> they say soon. soon is when? >> reporter: after two months of waiting she called nbc 10
responds. we contacted the university. a spokeswoman told us the certificates were sent out to lorenz twice. since neither package was received villanova said it would be reissuing and resending the certificates through registered mail. days after we got involved, lorenz got her certificates. >> thank you, nbc 10 responds. >> lorenz tells us she will be attaching a copy of herrer is k -- her receivatie at her certi resume. if you have a issue for nbc 10 responds, reach out to us. we will respond to you. back to decision 2016 and last night's presidential debate. nbc 10's lauren mayk was in the spin room right after the debate. that's where reporters can get one-on-one interviews with pundits and surrogates from both sides of the aisle. lauren caught up with jennifer from the clinton campaign and
trump supporter rudy giuliani, asking both about the bill clinton accusers that trump invited to the debate. >> they wanted to be heard as to why she is not a good person. >> do you think it will make a difference? >> no, i don't think that will be the difference. the difference in the race is, he was presidential tonight. by the end of the debate, her answers didn't make sense she was so dazed. >> do you think we'll hear more about those women in the last month of the race? >> if that's what he wants to do. he seems to be on a destructive course. >> to see more of lauren's report, head to the nbc 10 app. a question from a member of the audience asking what the candidates respect about each other. hillary clinton complimented donald trump on his children, saying they are a reflection of their father. trump said he admires clinton's
tenacity. take a listen. >> i respect his children. his children are incredibly able and devoted and i think that says a lot about donald. >> i will say this about hillary. she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i respect that. i tell it like it is. >> nice moment but to be clear, there were few compliments to go around at the second face-off, although it did end on this positive note. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> beginning now with the neighborhood temperatures. looking in new jersey neighborhoods, audubon at 47. pitmann as well. mt. laurel at 47 degrees. florence, the same. a lot of 47s on the map this morning. it is cool out there. grab a jacket. you do not need the umbrella. big difference from yesterday morning when we saw the showers, heavy showers moving through. not going to see that today. we are seeing cool temperatures. i expect even cooler by tomorrow
morning. becatce of that cold front we're just pulling in dry, cool air. as a result, a frost advisory in place. areas shaded in blue. much of the viewing area aside from delaware, much of new jersey along the shore. 2:00 a.m. through 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the same, the lehigh valley, through berks county and then you even see it clipping off parts of upper bucks county. you see this is much of our viewing zone going to be looking at temperatures that will be in the 40s and also the upper 30s by tomorrow morning. maybe even a few mid-30s. i don't know if i'm ready for that. here's your radar and satellite view. what we're looking at the green on the map showing us rain that is still moving off. matthew is actually directly to the east of north carolina. the damage has been done, record flooding in areas and wind speeds. that, though, has started to break apart. matthew, no longer a system we have our eye on. instead, what we have our eye on are clear conditions with high pressure building in and tropical storm nicole. we just looked at nicole a
second ago. this is the satellite view. not a hurricane at this point. although it was just a few days ago. it's expected to increase back to a hurricane strengthening your monday through tuesday here. by 2:00 in the afternoon, 75 mile-per-hour winds put it at a category 1. it stays out to sea. not a big issue until thursday. thursday increasing to a category 2. and bermuda in the line of fire. that's something we will have an eye on to keep updating you about. there is the potential it will become a bigger problem for bermuda. nicole continues to move out to sea. we're way off to the west. not going to be affecting us much. we'll talk about your 10 day on 10. >> nine minutes before 7:00 a.m. on this columbus day. let's get a look at traffic right now. >> jessica boyington starts us off on the schuylkill. jess? >> seeing delays on the schuylkill expressway, right around city avenue. no surprise there. we always see big jams at this point. this is headed westbound towards the king of prussia area. 19-minute trip. normally an 11 or 12-minute trip
with no traffic. minor delays, westbound from the vine street expressway to the blue route and speeds are into the 30s now. also checking in with mass transit. we have train cancellations for the airport line, 7409 and 9410, they are canceled due to signal malfunctions right now. they're only seeing ten-minute delays for thorndale train 503. very minor there. also watching this accident clearing on route 1. the boulevard headed southbound right in this area. just before the schuylkill expressway. you can see on our map system were we're back to normal nene the green. more reports of something going on on the boulevard. more details when i come back. up next, a look at the morning's headlines and the stories we'll be watching throughout the day. don't forget to vote for this week's high school football game of the week. here are the choices this week. downingtown east versus bishop shanahan, penn wood at academy park or shawnee at camden catholic.
here are theç stories we'l be following today. >> 6:56. today jury selection begins in a whistle-blower case at penn state. mike mcquery was the former football coach who said he told head coach joe paterno abuse a young boy in a team locker room shower. mcquery says he was fired for his actions. new jersey's expanded black bear hunt starts today. for the first three days hunters
can only use bows. guns can be used during the last three days. the firearm only season will take place from december 5th to the 10th. happening today, if's roxborough high school is getting more than $1 million to turn around its academics. the money will go to creating a better connection between general education classes and career technical education chasechase -- classes. if you use cresheim valley drive, it will be closed in both directions from 7:00 this morning until 5:00 this evening. crews will be replacing guardrails. toys "r" us will be holding a national hirie ining day. if you're interested in applying head to any store during regular business hours for an on the spot interview. if you have a resume, bring it, if not, no worries, just go to the store. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with your
first alert traffic. we're checking in with new jersey roads to start. this is route 07 in evesham township right around cropwell road. just underneath our graphic you can see the flashing lights. police activity there. all lanes on the westbound side are closed. it does appear that they are allowing some cars trickle through. either way, delays on the westbound side. you can see a big delay approaching the scene on the eastbound side. we're watching for that serious accident there. we'll keep you updated of course on twitter throughout the morning. northeast philadelphia, a serious scene on route 1, the boulevard around grant avenue. mass transiting with we're seeing cancellations for the airport train and thorndale train 503 running about 10 minutes late. especially for the airport line, just check before you go. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> and here's one last look at radar and satellite. again, hurricane matthew no longer a threat to the u.s. you see the moisture from it has
moved pretty much entirely off the u.s. and the system itself is well to the east of north carolina. of course, the damage already done. for us, the cold front has pushed in. now drier conditions, as a result, cooler conditions as well. that's going to continue as we move throughout the next couple of days. both in your afternoon temperatures but also those morning lows. it's chilly out there this morning. it will be cooler as we move along. 47 your temperature by tuesday morning. temperatures in the afternoon only the mid to upper 60s. we'll start to bump it up, more clouds move in wednesday into thursday, additional moisture. we're back to the low have. on the board there, we're goingo to go back down to the 60s before bouncing back to the 70s. this is a bit of an up and down here over the next week or so. chances of rain really not moving until next, next week. >> looks nice. >> we'll take it. >> yes. >> happy columbus day, everybody and happy maroon day. we really don't it the e-mail each other. we'll have local updates throughout the morning.
get realtime news, weather and traffic on the nbc 10 app. >> that will do it for us. the "today" show is next. have a good one. good morning. race to the bottom? donald trump and hillary clinton don't even bother to shake hands before facing off in a debate filled with accusations and insults. trump's remarks about groping women caught on tape center stage. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> trump goes for the jugular inviting women who accused bill clinton of sexual conduct into the audience after a pre-debate foe low op.