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crash investigation. a speeding driver loses control on the schuylkill and dies in a >> getting registered. today people in new jersey face a deadline in order to vote in the election. >> and campaign controversy. donald trump pounces on a fresh batch of documents released about hillary clinton's e-mails while making more allegations of voter fraud. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. just about -- in fact, it is 6:00 on this monday morning. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley who has the neighborhood forecast and a warm monday. bill? >> warm and a bit muggy, too. we're watching for fog this morning. hasn't happened in the city but you can see the breeze is blowing. that's a southwesterly wind. that's going to help with the
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warmup today and deliver some moisture, especially to the suburbs. allentown is seeing dense fog. spots of blue bell are seeing thicker fog, too. half mile visibility and if you're traveling, lancaster has quarter-mile visibility at this hour. down to-a mile now in northeast philadelphia. northeast philadelphia was clear of the fog yesterday. that's a change from yesterday. we're starting to see some of the fog forming in wilmington and millville. it's getting thicker as the temperatures cool down. 50s for the suburbs and the lehigh valley. you can see the fog now in that live picture from easton this morning. the fog to start with, but sunshine takes over and a big warmup. philadelphia, you can see that warmup, too, from the 60s this morning into the 70s and then 80s this afternoon. at 8:00, 63 degrees, up by 10 degrees at 11:00 and up another 10 for the high temperature this afternoon. 83 degrees in philadelphia and suburbs. a look at the 80s for new jersey, delaware and lehigh valley. at the shore, though, it will be
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70s this afternoon. a warm and potentially record-breaking day today. we'll go through the forecast hour by hour when i come back to show you how quickly the temperatures will climb. first, jessica boyington has your first alert traffic. >> we're watching upper merion right now. there's an accident reported on dekalb pike and north henderson road. one incident to the report now. most of our majors still look okay. this is the admiral wilson boulevard. that's approaching the ben franklin bridge area. this is the toll plaza right in there. moving through camden, no big problems or delays. up and over the bridge, we're okay into philadelphia. speaking of bridges, the ben, the burlington bristol 0 or the tacony palmyra, not dealing with any scheduled openings at least for right now. no problems, the walt looks pretty much the same as the ben does, nice and clear into philadelphia. vai and tracy. and new this morning, a driver's dead after his car crashed along the schuylkill expressway near montgomery drive. state police tell us the man was thrown from his speeding vehicle when it veer off the highway just before midnight.
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the car returned to the road itself and got hit by a tractor-trailer. the truck driver was not hurt. and if you live in the garden state, you can register to vote online. find the voter registration form right now at you can submit the form online. or you can do it in person at a number of locations. the complete list, tap the nbc 10 app. meanwhile, donald trump is doubling down on his allegations of voter fraud and a rigged election. >> nbc 10's matt delucia is live in the digital operations center. bring us up to speed. >> tracy and vai, a rigged election has become the essential tral theme of trump rallies as we head into the final three weeks. >> it looks to me like a rigged election. >> totally rigged gl2 lection. >> this is a rigged election, folks. >> he talked about that several times. he alleged that people who have die are still voting, undocumented immigrants are
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casting ballots and voter fraud is common. he spent yesterday morning tweeting about a rigged system. he talked about concerns that results here in philadelphia would be rigged as well. trump's running mate, mike pence is warning that voter fraud impacts republicans and democrats. but a study by loyola law school found just 31 known cases of impersonation fraud over a billion votes cast in u.s. elections that happen between 2000 and 2014. while donald trump continued with his rallies, democratic nominee hillary clinton was off the campaign trail yesterday preparing for the final debate against trump tomorrow in las vegas. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. coming up at 6:30, we'll break down the new batch of documents released by the fbi yesterday over hillary clinton's private e-mails. and how donald trump is using that information to attack her.
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>>. the architect hired to oversee demolition that would turn into the center city building collapse says he's not responsible for the tragedy. he testified to that yesterday in a civil trial of lawsuits filed in the case. the collapse in the 2013 collapse crushed a salvation army thrift store. one person was given immunity in exchange for his testimony in the trial last year. bridgegate trial, former port authority number two bill baroni claimed on the stan yesterday that he was misled by the government's star witness, david wildstein. he already pleaded guilty to being the architect of the scheme to shut down the lanes of the george washington bridge. wildstein says he was taking orders from baroni and governor chris christie's deputy chief of staff, bridget kelly. baroni says he regrets listening to wildstein when he was told
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not to take calls from ft. lee's mayor asking for traffic relief. 6:05. prosecutors are asking for a significant and stiff sentence. those prosecutors made that request request in a court filing yesterday. sentencing for the former pennsylvania attorney general is schedule for monday. a jury convicted her of leaking grand jury information and lying about it. the leader of america's largest group of police chiefs is taking a step to fix the reputation of police in minority communities. >> the president of the international association of chiefs of police, formerly apologized for the historic mistreatment of minorities. the police advisory commission held a meeting to listen to complaints of people in the city's 25th district that has hey high population of african-americans and hispanics. the commission says it is working to repair police/community relations on a local level. nbc 10 learned in philadelphia, internal appears received more than 500 citizens complaints about police so far
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this year. that's a 17% decrease compared to the 616 at this point in 2015. those complaints include physical and verbal abuse and abuse of power by officers. >> i'm certain that our police department is talking to the neighbors toç listen to what ty have to say. >> the head of the international association of police chiefs did say today's officers should not be blamed for past injustices. 6:07 and we're following breaking news in delaware county after chemicals were found inside a home. this is live in kcollingdale. officers were interviewing a shoplifting suspect at the home around 1:30 this morning when the officer noticed the chemicals. police evacuated the home. they are holding a suspect and another person for question. state police and a chemist will be determining what was found. tap the nbc 10 app for updates.
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stay with nbc 10 for more information as we get it. today, some records could fall as people across our area will feel summer-like temperatures. >> back into the 80s this afternoon. we hit 80 yesterday. heading out right now, there are some areas of dense fog. fog makes a comeback this morning. it hasn't happened yesterday at philadelphia international. no delays as far as weather is concerned. there's a possibility you could see a delay in the lehigh valley where we may see record temperatures this afternoon. this afternoon, the fog will be long gone. some dense fog to start with this morning. unusually warm this evening but mostly clear during the evening. a pleasant evening. this morning, the fog in the lehigh valley, 54 degrees right now. temperatures are cool, into the 50s for most locations. berks county, 58 degrees in reading, walnutport is 55 and look at white hall at 52 degrees. this is where we're seeing thick fog. allentown with half a mile visibility. it's down to half a mile in blue
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bell and northeast philadelphia seeing some of that follow this morning. southwesterly winds, they'll be stronger today. more of a warmup, the winds, the warm temperatures, the fog will disappear. it's sunshine and 80s and, yes, some record temperatures for today. look at that. no sign of any clouds in our area. we will stay dry during the day today. a fast warmup, 66 degrees at 9:00. by lunch time and into the early afternoon, well into the 70s and 80 degrees at 5:00 today. the suburbs, sunny skies, any fog this morning will quickly disappear. 64 at 9:00. 77 degrees at 1:00 this afternoon. upper 70s to low 80s during the low afternoon hours. sunny skies, once the fog disappears, nothing but sunshine and clear skies. delaware, near 80 by 5:00. into the upper 70s in new jersey. that's at 1:00 this afternoon. while at the shore, it will be 70s for today with temperatures getting cooler by the weekend. but we have a warm day,
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summer-like day for tomorrow and that's really our best chance of seeing some record temperatures in our area. closer look at that and cooler weather that will be here for the weekend when i come back with the 10 day on 10 in just a few minutes. >> all right, bill, see you then. ten minutes past 6:00 a.m. on this monday morning as we help you get out to door and to school or work. >> especially if you take the schuylkill expressway. jessica boyington is watching that. jess? >> still okay on the schuylkill for the most part, seeing more cars heading out the door within the next half an hour or so. i'm sure we'll start to see an increase in drive times. watching the schuylkill around south street. no problems east or westbound right now. it's a little bit of a slow go at some points. other than that you're seeing typical drive times for right now. upper merion, an accident reported on dekalb pike and north henderson çroad. another crash into hatfield township, richmond road and bergey road. woodhaven road to the vine
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street expressway, headed toward center city, a 20-minute trip. adding about seven minutes or so to your morning drive with average speeds now down into the 40s. you can see the difference between the northbound side coming out of this city. we're not seeing any increase there yet. checking with mass transit, no big problems or delays so far. pretty much everything running on time or close to schedule for septa, patco, d.a.r.t., new jersey transit and amtrak. vai and tracy. >> thank you, jessica. you've probably seen the ads from pat toomey and his challenger, katie mcginty. >> next, we'll break down the highlights of their first debate as they battle it out on issues. >> the battle for mos. we'll have an update on the offensive happening right now aimed at freeing an iraqi city from the grips of isis.
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good morning, cape may. here's a look down the shore where it's 62 degrees. bill henley is back in a few minutes with your neighborhood forecast. happening now, kurdish forces are pausing in their march toward mosul to help free that iraqi city from isis. iraqi soldiers pressed ahead with its advance on mos. liberation forces battled isis fighters for the second day yesterday all part of a u.s.-backed offensive to retake the city from the islamic state. are you voting for donald trump? i'll yield the balance of my time back to the senator so he can now answer that question. >> thanks. katie started her campaign with a lie that was called the pants on fire lie. >> senator pat toomey and katie mcginty battle it out in their first debate. >> nbc 10's monique braxton is live in center city with the highlights. monique? >> good morning to you.
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the incumbent republican is the in the re-election race against a democrat that never held office. the race to represent people here in philadelphia and other pennsylvanians in the senate may be the most expensive in history. >> millionaire pat toomey. >> millionaire katie mcginty. >> getting one of these millionaires in office is costing millions. this morning, i read donations from political action committees both liberal and conservative groups could top $80 million. in the televised debate, senator pat toomey accused katie mcginty of benefitting from taxpayers. she denied that. if you missed the debate, the most contentious moment occurred when both said they have police support. >> they've all endorsed me in this race, none of them have endorsed katie mcginty. >> that's not true. i have been endorsed by law enforcement organizes as well.
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thank you very much. >> what police fop has endorsed you. >> i've been endorse as well. >> mcginty, the daughter of a police officer, never named one law enforcement organization that has endorsed her. another heated moment came when mcginty questioned toomey on his support for republican presidential candidate donald trump. he said he will reveal his vote before the election, which is about three weeks. they meet up again, sparring face to face in about a week here in philadelphia. live for now, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. all right, thank you, monique. 17 minutes past 6:00. i took yesterday after. i've been saying it's monday. amber,ç lauren and goldie have been tweeting saying it's tuesday. i have my followers to reminded me. >> let's check traffic for a tuesday. >> yes, tuesday traffic. typically actually we see more
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of a delay in tuesday traffic, more cars heading out the door. today not the case. yesterday we had a crazy, busy morning. the schuylkill was shut down for hours. we had problems on 422. not seeing that today yet. this is the vine street expressway and our cameras around 24th street. this traffic right here is headed westbound. that's what's moving towards the schuylkill expressway, eastbound towards 95. everything moving along. we didn't see that ongoing construction on the vine either. it was open all morning long. here's 422, no problems yet. maybe add three minutes to your morning drive which doesn't make that much of a difference right now. speeds are dropping into the 50s for an average. other than that, we're good to go. moving over to new jersey, there's emergency construction, though. i checked our map system. we're not seeing delays there yet. drain repair on the atlantic city expressway on the westbound side around exit 2, which is 322. there are lanes getting by. use caution if you're traveling through there. out in upper merion, there's an accident on dekalb pike and
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north henderson another. another one in hatfield township on richmond and bergey road. back to you. 19 minutes past 6:00 right now. now let's check on the forecast and the temperatures will soar again. >> yes, 63 degrees right now. heat records could fall in cities around the region. bill henley tracking the summer-like conditions. bill? >> coming in with summer heat and moisture as well. that's giving us fog this morning. you can see it in easton. this is a live view. the fog is thickening up there. one of the foggy areas yesterday morning was wilmington. you can see lights are clear this morning. no sign of of that thick fog. the temperatures are still cooling down in wilmington, 61 degrees. we could still see fog forming in delaware. to the south it's warmer. middle 60s for lewes and rehoboth beach. dover, 63 degrees. less likely to see fog there. during day today, a quick warmup, into the 80s, warmer than yesterday.
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83 degrees for center city, lansdale up to 81 and easton with 83 degrees, no sign of fog this morning -- this afternoon. that fog will quickly disappear later this morning. sunshine at the shore and 70s. it's into the 80s for new jersey and delaware, we're likely to sea a record, that 83 degrees in wilmington. that's one of the areas i'm watching today for record heat for our area. wilmington, the record is 81 degrees, up to 83 this afternoon. breaks the record by 2 degrees. trenton, up to 83 this afternoon. so one degree above the record. allentown also expecting to see a record, high temperature today of 82 degrees. whether you break a record or not, you'll need your sunglasses. radar and satellite, no sign of any clouds for us today, other than the fog. that will quickly disappear. sunshine, 83 this afternoon. philadelphia, even warm tomorrow and tomorrow the record is only 80 degrees. so we'll break a record tomorrow with a high of 84 after a morning low of 66 degrees.
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then cooler weather starts moving in with a chance of some rainfall. that could start in the morning. possibly even a thunderstorm on thursday. shower threat continues into friday. we do need the rainfall. it will be a good thing. by the weekend, though, the rain is out of here and so are the 80s. from the 80s today andç tomorr to low 60s saturday and sunday. cool fall weather will continue next week with another round of wet weather coming in next wednesday and thursday. enjoy our last little bit of summer while it's here. >> definitely will, bill. thanks. 6:21. next, mystery solved. we'll tell you what environmental officials have to say about the animal at the center of a recent sighting in camden county. plus, blastoff, we'll explain how people in our area managed to see a rocket launched in virginia last night.
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nasa cargo ship is on its way to the international space station this morning. the unmanned rocket blasted off from virginia's waltz island last night. the rocket was loaded with more than 5,000 ponds of equipment, food and research. the launch pad in virginia had to be rebuilt after the last rocket exploded on launching in 2014. last night's flight was seen all along the east coast. this is what it look like in philadelphia where dozens of people watched the launch from the belmont plateau. the south jersey officials have solved an animal mystery. some residents in winslow township, camden county became alarmed when they saw this grainy photo a feline stalking through the woods. a hunter's game camera snapped the photo of what some thought showed a mountain lion. there was also video taken at a winery that showed a large tan cat. the new jersey fish and wildlife
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commission reviewed the photo and determined the animals are just house cats. next up at 6:30, melania trump breaks her silence on the "access hollywood" tape and how she's defending her husband. and philadelphia police are looking for two men who they say stalked and killed a man outside his hole. we'll explain how investigators are following clues in the case.
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stalked and killed. philadelphia police are looking for two men who murdered a father running errands for his family. hillary clinton's e-mail scandal resurfaces. the fbi releases a new batch of documents and donald trump is using that information. drug lab investigation. right now police are on scene of a potentially dangerous situation in delaware county.
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. nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. it's 6:30 this tuesday morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. it's already warm outside. it's going to get warmer. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert neighborhood forecast. bill? >> a little bit warmer than yesterday, up a couple degrees in philadelphia. this is a live view with mainly clear skies and we're getting closer to sunrise now, which is about 7:50. 45 minutes away from seeing bright sunshine. the thickest fog this morning is in allentown, quarter-mile visibility. it was down to a quarter mile in lancaster. it's starting to thicken up in coatesville. light fog in northeast philadelphia and blue bell and to the south, it is thickening now in millville with mile and a half visibility. nowhere near as dense as it was yesterday at this time in wilmington. some areas of fog, then we'll get another round of summer-like
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weather this afternoon. 63 right now in philadelphia. 50s in the suburbs and in the lehigh valley, we are seeing some of that fog. you can see the clouds, the sunshine will break through and 70s, that's by lunch time today. philadelphia, 63 degrees right now. add 20 to that for an afternoon high. 83 degrees, 2 degrees short of the record for today of 85. there will be some records falling across our area. it's just about everybody is going to warm into the 80s today. the only exception of that will be at the jersey shore. it will be middle 70s this afternoon. either way you'll be in for plenty of sunshine. we'll go through the forecast for each region hour by hour when i come back to show you how quickly the temperatures will climb. that's in just a few minutes. first, jessica boyington is watching your commute on a tuesday morning. >> bill, we're starting in new jersey. tl's because there's an accident reported on route 73 on the northbound side around collins road. that's out of view of our cameras unfortunately. we're looking at delay approaching the scene. route 73 around 295 approaching
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the scene. you can see traffic is slow here. very -- not really normal, actually for this time at least at this point. usually we'll see delays on route 73 within the next hour or so, maybe even a little more than that. you can see both directions, at least the northbound side being affected. the southbound side looking better by scene. now checking in with mass transit. route 15 westbound service is shuttle busing passengers between 41st and 63rd and girard because of a disabled vehicle near the -- because of a disabled vehicle reported there. the thorndale train 5728 running two cars short this morning. expect overcrowding there as well. 6:32. we're following this breaking news. chemicals found inside a home in delaware county. nbc 10 is in collingdale, delaware county where police are investigating what they're calling a possible drug lab. officers arrived at the home on mac dade boulevard to interview a shoplifting suspect around 1:30 this morning.
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collingdale's police chief picks up the story. >> male came to the door. he was asked to step outside. another officer came to interview the female because they knew her, asked what was going on. when the officer stepped in the house, he saw what appeared to be the makings of some sort of lab. there were chemicals around, products lying around. fearing for his safety and safety the occupants, the building was evacuated. >> police are holding the suspect and another person. a state police chemist will determine what was found. police are looking for a man who shot and killed a man on his 30th birthday. police were called around 11:30 last night. the victim was found shot multiple times in the street. they believed the shooting stemmed from an earlier argument. there are no arrests. now to decision 2016, former president bill clinton will be in our area today to campaign
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for his wife hillary. he'll be speaking this afternoon at montgomery county community college in blue bell. donald trump is focusing on the latest revelations about hillary clinton's private e-mail. >> the republican presidential nominee believes it could stop her campaign in its tracks. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in the digital operations center. matt, what got trump's attention? >> vai, trump is pointing to a new batch of documents released by the fbi yesterday. they reveal a discussion between bureau and the state department about one of the many e-mails h she was secretary of state. donald trump believes a deal went down here. the fbi revealed a conversation about the bureau wanting to get more agents for iraq cleared through the state department in exchange for reclassifying one of the clinton e-mails regarding the benghazi attack in 2012. both agencies say it was the fbi that initiated the conversation. both issues were separate and in the end neither side got what it wanted.
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last night, trump told supporters in wisconsin he is convinced that clinton did something shady. >> the fbi documents show undersecretary of state patrick kennedy made the request for altering classification as part of a quid pro quo. in other words, a deal. this is felony corruption by any standard.ç >> now, both the state department and the fbi denied trump's claim, both agencies noted the benghazi e-mail in question was made public. the clinton campaign said it knew nothing about the matter. live in the digital operations center, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, matt. tv personality billy bush will not be returning to the "today" show. >> nbc news fired the host last night. the network suspended bush earlier this month after audio surfaced of him making crude comments with donald trump during an "access hollywood" shoot in 2005. >> melania trump is reacting, the candidate's wife blamed billy bush for encouraging her husband's words which she called
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boy talk. >> egg on. from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> earlier this month, melania trump called her husband's words on the bus, quote, unacceptable and offensive. donald trump issued apologies for what he said. the third and final presidential debate happens tomorrow night at the university of inform neve las vegas. nbc 10's lauren mayk will be there. her live reports start this afternoon right here on nbc 10. 6:36 right now. philadelphia police hope surveillance video will help them catch whoever killed a man outside his home. detectives stay the sunman stalked and shot the 28-year-old father as he left his wife and child in order to run errands. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live outside philadelphia police headquarters. what can you tell us, pam? >> vai, that victim was able to tell first responders that there were two men that he had been shot by one of those men. those are the two people that police are looking for right now.
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not long after relaying that information to authorities, 28 years johnny quezada died of his injuries. police say he was shot four times at pointblank range, steps away from his lawncrest home sunday night. earlier that evening, quezada had taken his wife and 1-year-old son to the movies. he returned home and went back out to pick up toothpaste. that is when, police say, the gunman made their move. they shot the 28-year-old and stole his gun before taking off. police do not believe this was a random crime. sources tell us nearby surveillance video shows the suspects, they appear to be waiting for victim. we talked to relatives and friends of the victim. they were too afraid to show their faces. they did tell us that quezada who worked as a barber was a hard-working family man. >> he was really good at what he did. he was very dedicated, just like he was debt kated to his family, he was dedicated to his
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customers. everybody is suffering. >> and that friend also tells us that quezada worked to support not just his family here but also his mother and other relatives that he left behind in the dominican republic. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. reporting live outside of police headquarters, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. 6:38. 62 degrees outside. university of delaware is issuing a warning to students following a sexual assault. a student says she was walking alone near the newark campus on saturday night when a man attack her and took off. police investigating the case describe the suspect as 6 foot to 6'3" with medium build and light-colored hair. a student at rowan university says she was sexually asauled in a dorm from morning. the studentç told campus polic she blacked out after someone she vaguely knew offered to walk her home from an off-campus party. she says she woke up to being assaulted. so far, there are no arrests or charges in the case.
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rowan officials issued a warning for students to be on alert. 62 degrees right now. 6:38 on a tuesday morning. we expect temperatures will warm another 20 degrees or so, bill henley? >> yes, inland area. the shore wouldn't be a huge warmup. it will be from the 60s into the 70s. still unusually warm for time of day. you can see, the sky is prepped already. no clouds in the sky over cape may. that's a live view from the marina this morning. a southwesterly breeze is blowing in philadelphia. our skies are clear. i don't see fog in the distance here. that doesn't mean there isn't any. easton, some dense fog as the temperatures have cooled down to 54 degrees. any areas of fog will quickly disappear for entire region. we're all in for a warmup today. 62 degrees in philadelphia, 70 at 10:00, into the 80s this afternoon for philadelphia. the suburbs, 59 degrees, fog, scattered clouds. the clouds will clear out.
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the fog will disappear, 75 degrees by lunch time. warming into the 80s for the suburbs and the lehigh valley. the follow this morning won't last more than another couple hours by 10:00 this morning, 67 degrees and then it's low 80s this afternoon. new jersey, 57 degrees right now. one of the cooler spots in interior new jersey. we'll be in the 70s later this morning and then 80 degrees. that's at 4:00 this afternoon. look for cooler temperatures. you'll find it at the jersey shore. 70s today. 75 degrees at 2:00 this afternoon. sunshine all day long. no sign of any fog at the shore. and a little light fog is still possible in delaware but not as thick as yesterday morning. and by noontime, 76 degrees. here come the 80s this afternoon. we're likely to break some records today and again tomorrow before things change, turning cooler at the end of the week. i'll show you what's beginning on with the 10 day on 10 when i'm back in a few minutes. see you then. 20 minutes before 7:00 a.m. on a
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tuesday. we're looking at traffic patterns on 95. >> jessica boyington has you covered. what are you seeing? >> big delays on 95. we're checking in with the drive times hear. watching our cameras around cottman avenue. bumper to bumper traffic. 36 minutes. that's heavy for the drive time now. no traffic at all, typically a 13-minute trip or so. we're at least already adding almost a half hour to your morning drive. southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. average speeds now as you can see crawling and they are also clocking into the 20s. there was an accident out in upper merion on dekalb pike and north henderson road. another on richmond road and bergey road. drive times are okay, westbound or eastbound, 23 minutes from route 1 to valley forge. around mile marker 356 around delaware valley, the eastbound side, a disabled vehicle reported over into the shoulder. a viewer needed our help when she couldn't connect with a company who promised to replace
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her broken phone. >> up next, we'll explain how the nbc 10 responds team answered the call and came through with a solution to a month's long problem. strength in numbers. how a group of good samaritans in atlantic conte helped free a woman pinned underneath an overturned vehicle. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away
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they go shopping. >> we call each other, where are you? we find each other. it's less aggravation. >> huber says she also play games on her phone. >> it keeps me occupied. >> she noticed a problem with her trac phone. >> the air time never got put on. >> she tells us her phone was still under warranty. she called traw phone and the company promised to send her one in seven to ten days and it never came. she called and each time the company told her the phone is on its way. >> i would every seven to ten days since september 1th. >> her next call was to nbc 10 responds. we reached out to tracfone. it got back in two days saying huber would get a new phone. days later, she did, along with three months of free service. >> i'm happy.
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>> all right. great. >> i hope i never have to use you again but thank you. >> we're here if you need us. all right? great, great. >> harry hairston, nbc 10 responds. >> tracfone never got back to us about what took so long but the new phone and three months of free service have a value of $400. >> if you have a problem, reach out to us. our website and our phone numbers are right there on your screen. it is just a few minutes before start of the "today" show. >> that comes up at 7:00. savannah guthrie and matt lauer join us with a preview. good morning. >> hello, vai and tracy. nice to see you both. coming up on a tuesday, melania trump comes to her husband's defense. we'll also talk about the mood of both campaigns with just three weeks to go until election day. >> should you splurge on
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designer make-up or go with the cheaper drugstore cosmetics? those stories and the stars of hgtv's most watched show ever, "fixer upper," chip and joanna gaines join us live as we get start on a tuesday morning right here on "today." back to you. >> you're a fixer upper. >> i am a fixer upper. >> you like to fix up houses? >> that didn't exactly come out right. >> if matt called me a fixer upper, i'd punch him. >> she'll punch me later after we get off the set. >> we know what you men the, vai. summer-like temperatures are back today. and here's a live look outside right now. we're still waiting for sunrise over philadelphia. look at that. how beautiful is that? >> so nice. >> meteorologist bill henley is tracking those soaring temperatures. bill? >> listen, we have a beautiful day ahead.
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we'll see plenty of sunshine and it is coming up at 7:15 this morning. heading out right now, not everybody seeing clear skies like that nice view from center city. fog makes a comeback during day. this morning, we're starting with fog as the temperatures climb to record levels, especiaméy in the lehigh valley. that fog will quickly disappear. bright sunshine and clear skies this evening. unusually warm evening, up by 20 degrees over normal. look at the 50s for the lehigh valley and suburbs. this is where we're seeing more fog. south jersey comes cool spots, too. most of the area in the 60s. turnersville and mullica hill at 63 degrees. robinsville is 62. it's in the middle 50s in pemberton and lumberton. any way you stack it, it will be a sunny and warm day. center city, 83 degrees. 80s for the suburbs. plenty of sunshine for the lehigh valley. in fact, allentown is one of the areas i expect will hit a record
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temperature today, maybe even break it. new jersey into the 80s with sunny skies. lots of sunshine at the shore with readings in the 70s. that 83 degrees in wilmington, that's also likely to be a record for today. the records possible, allentown, trenton and wilmington, just a little bit above the record highs. and tomorrow, philadelphia's record is 80. we'll likely break a record tomorrow in the city. but everybody whether you break a record or not will need sunglasses. bright sunshine. once the fog disappears, no sign of any clouds until we get to thursday. by wednesday evening, midnight on thursday, you can see the rain moving in to western pennsylvania. that rain is due into our area on thursday. possibly in the morning. that's 6:00 in the morning. look at thosedown pours coming in. there's a chance we'll see thunderstorms as a cold front will be moving into the area. that's going to bring the temperatures down for this weekend. but for today and tomorrow, back into the 80s. sunshine fades on thursday with rain coming in and possibly even
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a thunderstorm. high of 78 on thursday. here comes the cooler weather. still a few showers on friday. we clear out and dry out just in time for the weekend. look at those fall temperatures. low 60s for saturday and sunday. and 60s for next week. next wednesday and thursday, more rainfall is on way. >> all right, bill, thanks. nine minutes before 7:00. jessica an i will not be wearing sleeveless next week. we figured one last time. >> there you go. you pull it off nicely, too, by the way. >> oh, wow. >> are you looking at 95. >> the 4 freeway. one last week of summer dresses. creek road is our camera here. this is the northbound traffic headed towards philadelphia. no big problems or major delays. it's typical in what it looks like now. there's a disabled vehicle reported in new hanover on big road and church road. here is the schuylkill expressway. we're pretty much slow in both directions. route 1, a disabled vehicle on
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the westbound side. all that traffic moving by, not really affected by that. this is typical volume. 27 minutes from the vine street expressway headed up to the blue route, average speeds down into the 20s. vai and tracy. >> thank you, jessica. a car crash victim is lucky to be alive thanks to the strength of good samaritans in south jersey. a police dashboard camera captured the frantic scene on the side of the road in hamilton township. seven people along with two police officers helped lift a car off of a woman. the driver has serious injuries but police say she is expected to recover. >> new details about a horse lifted to safety, remember this, after getting stuck in the mud earlier this month in chester county. cyrus, the clydesdale has a new home on a virginia farm. the horse got stuck at ç thornberry farm stables about two weeks ago and took hours to free the 1,700-pound clydesdale. we'll round down this morning's headlines and the stories we'll be following throughout the day. >> that includes a giveaway in
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philadelphia that will help hundreds of children stay warm this winter. we'll tell you how city leaders are driving away the cold. ♪ ♪ ♪ with simply right checking from santander bank, just make one deposit, withdrawal, transfer, or payment each month to waive the monthly fee. and there's no minimum balance. you're alright with simply right checking from santander bank. ♪ are you feeling alright, baby? ♪
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here are some of the stories we'll be following today. in decision 2016, hillary clinton's husband will campaign for her in our area today. former president bill clinton will speak this afternoon at montgomery county community college in blue bell. and today, hillary clinton is off the campaign trail to focus on the final presidential debate. donald trump will hold rallies in colorado. today is your last chance to register to vote in new jersey. find the registration form right now on
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and testimony will continue today in a whistle-blower lawsuit against penn state university former assistant coach michael mcquery, suing the school for defamation. he claims the school retaliated against him for reporting that he witnessed jerry sandusky abusing a child in a school locker room. today in delaware, an historic marker will be dedicated for civil rights leader louis redding. he's a civil rights icon as well as being delaware's first african-american attorney. he was part of the naacp legal team that challenged the segregation in the brown v. board of education. a local foundation will distribute new winter coats to hundreds of needy elementary school students. the mayor and the school superintendent will oversee the distribution at the pension convention center. good morning, guys. jessica boyington with one last check on your morning drive.
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we're starting on 95, the biggest delay of the morning. this total trip from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway, so moving through the southbound lanes right there. 37 minutes right now. and average speeds into the 20s. typically a 13-minute trip with no traffic in it. upper merion, accident on dekalb pike, another one in hatfield township on richmond road and bergey road. ending on new jersey roads, here's 295 around the black horse pike. no major problems or delays. typical delays right here, that's what's headed towards philadelphia, on southbound side. that's what's heading away from trenton or the philadelphia area. the 42 freeway, good to go for the most part but typical morning delays. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> 6:58. we're see something very light fog in this view from philadelphia. the southwesterly winds going to do two things for us. give us a warmer day today. it's also bringing moisture back into the area. we've seen fog thicken up this
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morning. the thickest is in allentown and blue bell. quarter-mile visibility for both locations. just under a mile visibility from coatesville. light fog in northeast philadelphia, half mile visibility. it's improving now in trenton while millville is at 4-mile visibility, much improved yesterday in wilmington. the fog won't last. new temperatures will be climbing from the 50s and 60s into the 80s this afternoon. you can really see the fog in the lehigh valley. that's a live view from easton. by 9:00 this morning, 63 degrees and then it's into the 70s this afternoon. warming into the 80s, just about everyone today. suburbs, 83 degrees, nice and sunny for philadelphia, up to 83 and 82 in the lehigh valley. could see a record today in allentown, wilmington and in trenton. >> warm all over. >> yes, it's nice to have the band back together again. it's been a couple weeks. no more vacation. >> you were the one that was
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gone. >> you guys were. we'll have local updates throughout the morning. good morning. fight to the finish. >> people that have died ten years ago still voting. donald trump defiantly sticks to his claims of voter fraud even as high-profile members of his own party say that's nonsense. melania trump addressing for the first time those accusations against trump and that hot mike. >> sometimes i say i have two young boys at home. i have my son and my young husband. >> did a state department official try to strike a quid pro quo deal with the fbi to have an e-mail sent to her marked unclassified. direct hit. coalition forces including the u.s. take out an isi


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