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the final round, hillary clinton and donald trump square off one last time on the debate stage. and voters weigh last night's back and forth between the candidates. a row home fire as firefighters battled flames that jump house to house. 6:00 a.m., good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. 64 degrees right now. still usually warm for fall but it's going to get cooler. let's get to benefit henley for the neighborhood forecast. >> we're seeing something that did not happen yesterday, 50s for the lehigh valley. 59 degrees with a little
northwesterly wind at 9:00 miles an hour. lehigh valley should see showers. 66 degrees, we've got breaks of sunshine, but the clouds on the increase by lunchtime. as you go into the afternoon, there's a chance of some showers in the lehigh valley. and a spotty chance of showers into the suburbs as well. clouds, some breaks of sunshine. 77 degrees in philadelphia. and at the shore, likely with more sunshine, 73 degrees this afternoon. as far as the rain is concerned, you can see, we are dry right now, wilmington, philadelphia, trenton, just off to the northwest, there you can see some scattered showers moving through central pennsylvania. the big storms are going to be missing us completely. we'll take a closer look at what you can expect for today. as we go through future cast hour by hour. first, jessica boyington has the "first alert" traffic. >> thanks, bill. route 73 right around route 70. you can see through that intersection here, cars moving around. no big problems or delays to
report. checking in with mass transit. we've had a good run all morning. no delays so far. for septa and tame for d.a.r.t. and new jersey transit. one accident we've been following in south philadelphia, we have closures in place due to a row home fire. 9th and chris 10th and christian and 11th and christian street are currently blocked off due to the fire. those streets are narrow, typically mainly used for locals living in the area. but other than that you do have to get around it. shouldn't be too much of a problem. you can see broad street is looking okay. washington avenue is another great alternate for you. if there's any extra cars you can see we're in the green there. no problems east or west past that point. vai and tracy, back to you. >> thank you, jessica. 6:02, those road closures jessica just mentioned because of breaking news. philadelphia firefighters still putting out hot spots inside
three row homes. about 75 firefighters were called to battle this fire. this is about a block from the italian market. streets are so small, fire trucks just can't get in. you see a live shot. check out the cell phone video someone took of the fire as it was shooting flames through the roof of one of the homes. everyone made it out of the homes. one person was taken to the hospital, nbc10's deanna durante is on the scene. we'll check in with her coming up in the next half hour. we just got this video of another fire. flames broke out at a twin home on mansfield avenue. the fire was still burning more than 45 minutes later. we're working to try to figure out if anyone there was hurt. ♪ but what we want to do is to replenish the -- >> such a nasty woman. >> donald trump's nasty woman comment during the third and
final debate in las vegas sets off a firestorm in social media. and it's striking a sour note amongst some voters. also making headlines, trump's refusal to say he wouldn't accept the results if he loses. >> right now, the republican national convention said he will accept results even if donald trump does. clinton defended her no fly zone position. trump said his opponent would allow potential terrorists into the u.s. with syrian refugees. and they sparred over the appointees to the supreme. take a listen. >> we need a supreme court that will stand up on behalf of women's rights. on behalf of the rights of the lgbt community. >> constitution the way that it is meant to be. and those are the people that will appoint. >> on another topic, sexual misconduct allegations against -- made against trump.
he denied those accusations. clinton criticized trump for, quote, belittling women. nbc10 pamela osborne is live in the digital operations center. pam, how are voters reacting? >> i think at this point, people have really reached a sense come november, what's interesting the people we spoke to after last night's debate seem to agree that the debates themselves haven't really swayed their opinions. nbc10 spoke with voters in philadelphia suburbs who watched the debate tess lan mark diner in upper darby. some of them say they didn't even bother watching the debate because they don't feel either candidate has really taken on the issues facing everyday americans. the people you're about to hear from all watched the debate last night. here are their thoughts. >> you know, i look forward to a day in which some regular working class americans are represented by their political choices. but i'm not holding my breath.
>> i favor hillary, she doesn't really talk over him. i think he's very rude. >> i think overall, there's a lot of questions to be asked to both candidates. >> and when i sigh again at 6:30, you'll hear from one man who says he doesn't know who won the debate but feels like america lost. we'll let him explain that one when i come back. reporting live from the digital operations center, i'm pamela osborne. >> happening today, the new jersey state senate is voting on a bill that would punish carl icahn for shutting down the taj mahal casino. the bill would strip icahn from a casino license from the taj mahal for five years. on the flip side it says this prevents the company from reopening the casino and restoring the 3,000 jobs lost. there is a stipulation to the bill. icahn would get his casino license back if he reaches a deal with the casino labor union. workers of the taj were on
strike for 102 days before it closed. atlantic city is a step closer to selling bader field to the municipal youth authority. that deal would give the city $110 million to go towards paying down the city's debt of $500 million. the counsel still needs to approve the plan again. and the state house will approve it well. atlantic city is fined for a state takeover. we have a follow-up from a shooting in rittenhouse square we told you about yesterday. philadelphia police have a warrant for a 17-year-old suspect who they say fired the gun. authorities say. and the team wasn't at his home yesterday but his parents are cooperating with the investigation. and happening today, the man accused of snatching and killing etan patz continues. the investigation continues as
pedro hernandez killed the 6-year-old boy who vanished while walking to his bus stop 37 years ago. hernandez's lawyer said his client is mentally ill and that his past confession was made up. during the last trial, jurors could not come to a anonymous decision. and it continues today in the defamation lawsuit brought against penn state by a former coach. he said he was fired for his main role in the jerry sandusky sex abuse case. mcqueary is expected to take the stand in the coming days. time now for a check of the weather. we had records fall yesterday. "first alert" meteorologist bill henley. bill, any records in jeopardy today? >> unlikely, we will see 70s this afternoon which is still unusually warm but we should fall short of the records. this is a view from camden, new jersey, it is dry in philadelphia. where we may see showers during
the day today in the lehigh valley. clouds coming in that's going to help us stay cooler across the board. but easton more likely to get showers than south jersey than delaware. a little cooler, 63 degrees. there are a few spots this morning. 64 degrees in philadelphia. delaware, 66, you can see the cooler weather for the lehigh valley. 50s right now. we didn't see any of that yesterday morning. down to 59 in allentown. whitehall is 58 degrees. 56 right now in easton. so, a cooler start and a cloudier day. won't be complete cloud cover. we'll get some breaks of sunshine. you can see the clouds that are moving in. showers may be moving into the lehigh valley. this is the area i'm looking at. the heavier showers and thunderstorms, those are completely missing our area. i'm not expecting that today. the hour-by-hour forecast shows at 10:00 this morning, we could see scattered light showers into the berks county and lehigh
valley but less likely for the rest of the areas. forecast is calling for, yes, cooler temperatures but still nowhere near normal temperatures. should be in the 40s in the morning. at 9:00, 65 degrees. 76 degrees at 1:00 with mostly cloudy skies. and 75 degrees at 5:00 this afternoon. that's a good 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. 63 degrees in the suburbs. mostly cloudy skies and isolated showers possible in the suburbs. more likely you'll see some of those in the lehigh valley later this morning and early this afternoon. a mostly cloudy day. nowhere near the heat we saw yesterday. no 80s. delaware, a few breaks of sunshine. more sunshine breaks through parts of new jersey and especially at the shore. but afternoon temperatures aren't as warm as yesterday coming offer the shore in the low 70s. forget about the 70s this weekend. it turns much cooler and windier, too. we've got the weekend temperatures when i come back in a few minutes. 10 after 6:00 right now,
let's get to you work on a thursday morning. >> jessica boyington is looking at south jersey, 295? >> that's 295, our camera around route 130 and drive time here still look great. you can see the roads look great as well. for the freeway, if you're heading down towards the memorial bridge, those average speeds still in the 60s there. you can see both directions pretty much look the same. whether you're headed to philadelphia or a little north. here's the schuylkill expressway, drive times still okay. maybe a minute or two increase eastbound. from the blue route to the vine street expressway, a 14-minute trip. these are down to the 50s in both directions but still moving. we're not seeing any delays yet. there's an accident in abington in susquehanna road and sewell. camden county field hockey
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donald has bought chinese steel and aluminum. in fact the trump hotel right here in las vegas has been made with chinese steel. >> she's been doing this for 30 years, why the hell didn't do you do it over the last 15, 20 years -- >> i -- >> excuse me, my turn. >> tough words and angry exchanges, that was the third
and final presidential debate in las vegas between hillary clinton and donald trump. we'll have more highlights and voter reaction in the next half hour. 6:15, happening today in camden county. a high school hockey team is rallying around a little boy with a rare condition. >> nbc10's matt delucia is live with more on that story. matt. >> reporter: when the camden hockey team takes the field later tonight. a little boy named luke will be watching from the sidelines, waiting for a win and a cure. and how it all came together, call it coincidence or fate. luke martini has a rare condition called congenital hyperpoe ventilation syndrome. the conditions of luke's condition cchs is the same as
the initials of camden catholic high school. luke's mom said it's been an inspiration for the team and family, especially most nights they go to bed worrying box of what can happen to luke. >> when he goes to sleep at night, the part of the brain that helps all of us to continue to breathe involuntary doesn't work for him. it malfunctions. so he's at risk to stop breathing every time he fall asleep at night. >> reporter: it's scary, it's also again very rare. most people have never heard of this. it's about raising awareness. it's about raising money for research. tonight, the team will be playing against ocean city. they'll be selling t-shirts to raise money. they call it light up the night. live in cherry hill, i'm matt delucia, "nbc10 news." 6:17 on this thursday.
let's take a look at the vine street expressway. >> for that, we check with "first alert" traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> yes. it's moving through center city right now right around 16th street is where we're looking. both lanes open. no construction to worry about. east and westbound starting to gather and a little bit of that volume that we normally see around the 6:30 mark but no big delays. an accident reporting around abington and sewell lane and new one on mchale mike. moving towards south philadelphia, to follow this more specifically, for anybody driving through the area, christian street is closed around 9th, 10th and 11th street not a very good area to navigate around. mainly going to going to affect some of the locals living in the area. you can see we're still in the green. here's broad street and washington avenue. that's a good way to get north, south, east and west in the city and a bigger road that's going
to take you by. there is a problem on 95 i'm going to update you there. tracy. >> the record heat will not be making a comeback today. bill. >> yeah, autumn does return to cooler temperatures, not a lot cooler but below the records for today. record for philadelphia at 80. we'll be at 77 degrees this afternoon. look at the 70s across the board for today. and with the cooler weather will come some showers, and tracking some showers, so far, missing our area, but there is a possibility we'll see some showers, most likely farther to the west in berks county and lehigh valley. a chance of showers for today and tomorrow, less likely at the shore. and for philadelphia, more likely to see the showers tomorrow afternoon and maybe even lingering into the weekend. best chance of showers in delaware will be tomorrow. 66 degrees right now in northern
delaware and wilmington. low 60s in south jersey. even some 50s. we didn't have any of that yesterday. 58 in medford. and 58 degrees in lumberton. a cooler start. not as hot this afternoon. but we will warm into the 70s. mostly cloudy skies. we'll get some breaks of sunshine. enough sunshine to warm us to 76 degrees. doylestown may see a spotty shower. they'll be light if they do happen, lehigh valley, scattered showers most of the day it will not be raining. i don't expect to see rain in new jersey or at the shore. especially because the shore, we'll see more sunshine there. low 70s. forget about the 80s in delaware. a slight chance of a shower developing in smyrna. breaks of sunshine and 78 degrees in wilmington this afternoon. there are cooler weather days ahead. that will come after the threat of rain passes us. there are the heavy storms but it's this area of showers that
are bubbling up that could be moving into the lehigh valley at 10:00. you see the clouds increasing in delaware to give it a chance of showers this afternoon. but most likely, the rain waits until tomorrow. there's even a chance we'll see showers into the weekend for philadelphia, suburb, lehigh valley and new jersey. look at that cooler weather. 50s for saturday. very low 60s on sunday. and the cool weather continues into next week. you can see the trend here on the ten-day. temperatures coming down. a chance of showers tomorrow and saturday. and then the wind will be blowing on saturday. that will keep us cool on saturday. look at sunday morning, 39 degrees. 60s through the end of the weekend on sunday. 50s and 60s next week to partly sunny skies. >> 6:21, social media was on fire during last night's final presidential debate. next, we'll show you how some popped up on twitter. plus, plane crash
investigation. we'll tell you about a small plane that went down in someone's yard in camden county. and the future of ride sharing in pennsylvania. we'll explain what lawmakers are
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we, snats because he'd rather have a. you pet as president. >> no. you pet. you're the. you pet. >> that was the exchange between hang seng clinton and donald trump when the topic of russia and vladimir putin came up, clinton charged that putin was helping the trump campaign. here are some of the memes that popped up on twitter. one showed trump curled up in the bathtub. the caption, kermit watching debate night, no, you're the.
you pet. >> one saying you're the. y you puppet. >> clinton calling trump a puppet made the top three moments of the debate. number two is trump refusing to say if he'll accept the election results. the top three was when trump and clinton discussed the treatment of women. we want your take on the final presidential debate. send us your thoughts or the memes on social media. our twitter addresses are there on the screen. >> 6:26. breaking overnight, fire in homes in south philadelphia we'll have a live report from the scene. >> we're breaking last night's presidential debate with the highs, lows and voter reaction. planned parenthood.
a final debate, hillary clinton and donald trump share the stage for of the last time and they exchange jabs on the issues. and a row house fire makes it difficult for firefighters. neighborhood rescue, a pilot and passenger survived after their small plane goes down in the camden county back yard. >> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. good morning, it's 6:30. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. it's starting to cool down. we're starting to make that corner with bill henley in the "first alert" neighborhood forecast. >> the summer is starting to take a break. the temperatures are running lower. and the coolest spot, lehigh valley, more 50s around. notice the clouds overhead. there's a chance we will see scattered showers. there may be a late night shower in lehigh valley. there will be breaks of
sunshine. 74 degrees. in philadelphia, we'll see a warmup from 60s to upper 70s this afternoon. partly to mostly cloudy skies. 65 degrees at 8:00. 71 degrees at 11:00. forget about the 80s but it's still going to be unusually warm for october. 77 degrees. that's a good 10 degrees warmer than normal for this time of year. chance of showers in lehigh valley and isolated showers possible for some as well. meantime, at the shore, we're likely to see more sunshine there. i'll go through the forecast hour by hour to show where the showers are most likely to pop up and where. first, let's see how the traffic is moving at this hour if it's moving with jessica boyington. >> it's moving but slow, bill, right, by the boulevard and schuylkill expressway. so the traffic that's moving towards the schuylkill is seeing a slowdown here. fortunately, this accident is now a little contained and over into the right-hand side shoulder. you can see lanes still getting by but very slow by scene. again all traffic moving
southbound towards the schuylkill expressway starting to see a delay. we're seeing delays from the southbound side from woodhavenen to the vine, that's going to take you 22 minutes. typically, 12 to 13 minutes. you can see on the right-hand side pretty much unaffected. but past that scene, a disabled vehicle southbound 95 just around broad street. traffic is moving quickly by that scene, vai. breaking overnight, flames hit three row homes in south philadelphia, bringing dozens of firefighters to the scene. crews had to deal with tight streets as they got the fire under control. nbc10's zianna durante is live in south philadelphia. deanna, tell us what's happening. >> reporter: right now, we can tell you that the fire marshal's office is taking control of the scene. broke out around 3:00 this more than. an apartment building near the corner of alder street and christian. you can see right now, the scene
is being cleared by firefighters. but the fire marshal's office is going to be traching a good look at the inside of this building. take a look at cell phone video shot by one of the neighbors. a roof deck, sources tell us that's where they believe the fire broke out on the roof of the apartment building and spread down. again, that's up to the fire marshal's office to determine. we can tell you that the streets here are very tight. the fire crew had to be on christian street and hoses brought down that street in order to get those flames under control. >> and we do have that it's great, obviously, what our folks do, it's much better to help everybody to do the work. >> reporter: now, firefighters say they are not sure if there were working smoke alarms or what it was that made all of the residents evacuate the building. we're told they were out on the
street before the fire department arrived. we do know one person who lived in the building was taken to jefferson hospital. we're told he had a head injury but is expected to be okay. deanna durante, "nbc10 news." are you saying you're not prepared now to -- >> what i'm saying is i will tell you at the time. i'll keep new suspense. >> that is not the way our democracy works. >> that's a key moment from the third and final presidential debate. republican donald trump refused to promise he'd accept election results. trump and clinton spent the early part of the debate discovering the issues like supreme court nominees. abortion and immigration. and things got fiery and spicy on the stage when it came to bloo wikileaks and treatment of women. >> pam, how are voters reacting? >> tracy, the majority of people we talked to have a pretty good sense of which candidate they'll choose come november. what's interesting after that,
the people we spoke to after last night's debate seem to agree that the debates themselves haven't swayed their opinions. overnight we caught up with debate watchers at the diner in upper darby, these are voters that could determine the outcome of the presidential debate. few of them say they didn't bother watching the debates because they don't feel like either candidate has a real grasp on issues facing everyday americans and things important for them. many of them feel a lot of distractions in the election cycle. one man likened this to a circus. the people all watched the debate last night and here are their thoughts. >> you know, i don't know who won but i think america lost. i look forward to a day in which kind of regular working class americans are represented by their political choices, but i'm not holding my breath. >> there's two candidates that have very different opinions and
extremely polarized. so the idea that you could be undecided at this point, it's like how are you not paying attention to anything? >> as you heard there, most of the voters we talked to say they've made a choice on who they'll choose this november. at least one voter told nbc10 that he feels that questions that both candidates still have to answer before election day. reporting live in the digital operations center, i'm pamela osborne, "nbc10 news." 6:36. 64 degrees. investigators will return to camden county today to figure out why a small plane crashed in a back yard yesterday. the single engine two-seater plane crashed behind a home on east lindin avenue. nbc has learned the pilot's name is wayne gilchrist, a 66-year-old man from delaware. his passenger, a 72-year-old man, both were taken to cooper hospital and expected to be okay. >> we have new details about
uber x and lyft in philadelphia. drivers are one step closer to being able to operate in the city. the state house legalized the bill offering ride sharing throughout pennsylvania. now it goes to senate. right now, they can fine uber and lyft drivers and impound their car. state lawmakers are investigating a crash that happened in hoboken last month. one woman died and more than 100 others were hurt. the investigation becomes after an associated press review of data that showed nj transit had more accident it's and paid more in fines than any other commuter railway nationwide in the past years. new jersey governor chris christie will not appear in court to answer a citizen's complaint related to bridgegate.
the governor would appear in court just before thanksgiving, but a source said yesterday that the judge's finding for a complaint of official misconduct against the governor is being appealed. and even if the appeal is lost, christie has the right to waive a first appearance. time to get a check on weather. the record heat will not be returning to our area today. let's find out what we're going to experience. "first alert" meteorologist bill henley has the detailses. >> some areas are going to get sunshine. some more than others. cape may, skies are mostly clear. you'll see more sunshine at the shore than, for example, you will in the lehigh valley where clouds are already in place over easton. and temperatures will be climbing 74 degrees. we'll be watching for showers. it's fine right now, but the showers are most likely in berks county and lehigh valley. showers for now are to the northwest and southwest. those are showers i'm going to be watching for later this morning. in philadelphia, expected to
stay dry. 64 right now, clouds and sunshine and 70s for the afternoon. forget about the 80s. the suburbs will see sunshine and clouds. a mostly cloudy day today. 65 degrees at 10:00, 70s. a slight chance of a shower for some of the suburbs. the lehigh valley is where we're more likely to see clouds increase. a cooler start to the morning, showers are possible at lunchtime and into the early afternoon hours. and sunshine and some clouds in new jersey i expect it to stay dry from the low 60s into the low 70s by late morning and middle 70s by lunchtime today. new jersey at the shore, this is where you're going to see more sunshine, but the temperatures will be cooler than yesterday with winds coming out of the southeast off the ocean. and for delaware, dry. clouds some breaks in those clouds. until we get into the afternoon then the clouds will be on the increase. a lot of temps, 76 degrees. that's still very warm for this time of year. we will fix that this weekend.
looking forward to cooler temperatures, you'll like what i got on the 10 day on 10 in a few minutes. >> now, we pay attention. cooler temperatures. >> 20 minutes before 7:00. >> jessica boyington has the traffic. >> well, we had an earlier accident that looked like it's cleared out of the way. they zoomed out. went back on the camera so it's a little farther away. you can see flashing lights right here. either way, it's over in the right-hand side shoulder. the southbound traffic is moving by. the southbound side, moving towards the schuylkill expressway. you may see a little delay there but that's also typical of this type of morning. out on trooper watch for an accident on ridge avenue. and lower gwynedd on mikhail pike. and you'll see other roads into the red a little bit, but making that total drive time just about double of what we normally see when there's no traffic. eastbound define to the
schuylkill expressway, that's 15 minutes. average speeds in the 30s. a viewer tells us his roof continued to leaks for more than a year even afternoon a company came out to fix it. >> next, we'll show you how the "nbc10 responds" team through with a solution. plus, photoogenic phanatic. we'll show you why the phanatic was striking a pose for "sports illustrated."
results a pointed response from hillary clinton. the bombshell announcement was the third and final presidential debate. they sparred on issues of supreme court, immigration and trade. quarter of 7:00 now on this thursday morning. and a man said he hired a company to repair a leaky roof but nearly a year later it still wasn't fixed. >> he called the company. his call went nowhere. so he called the "nbc10 responds" team. >> it was on -- >> reporter: michael johnson said when he hired home depot to fix a leaky roof in 2015, he thought his problem was solved. home depot came out and put on a new roof. but the original problem was still there. >> reporter: johnson said he immediately called home depot. >> i wanted them to take a look
at it and fix my leak. >> reporter: but johnson said for months no one would come out. >> we were at the end of our witts. >> reporter: we reached out to home depot. and they said we carried out the work on the contract. johnson said that part of the roof was covered under the agreement. >> whoever wrote it, the original work order, actually should have included that. in my opinion, that's part of the roof. >> reporter: about two weeks after we contacted home depot, it repaired the leaky portion free of charge. >> nothing was happening in that nbc10 got on board. thank you very much. >> i appreciate that. >> reporter: harry hairston, "nbc10 responds." >> home depot maintenanains it fulfilled the agreement and said the johnsons have been good
customers in the past and said they wanted to go above and beyond to help them. >> our website and phone numbers are there on the screen. time now for a check on the weather. >> we're dealing with record heat today. a bit cooler as we take a live look outside. we're starting to see the sun come out out there. that will happen in the next half hour. meteorologist bill henley joins us to look at the neighborhood forecast. bill. >> i notice clouds moving in this morning. clouds will be increasing during the day. it's not going to be brilliant sunshine we had yesterday. we are in for a cooling trend. we're not going to see the 80s we had yesterday. a cooling trend will continue into the weekend, with clouds moving in for a dry evening for our area. not everybody is going to see a dry day today. everybody will see the cooling temperatures. autumn definitely cools down. look at what's ahead for the weekend. forget about the 80s and the 70s by the weekend.
the 50s and 60s and it stays cool into next week. and ushering into the change, some showers. i'm tracking some showers this morning. they're out of the area. there's a chance we'll see scattered showers in berks county and into lehigh valley this morning and into the afternoon and again tomorrow. and that chance is likely for philadelphia, later tomorrow and into the weekend. delaware, you can see some showers tomorrow. where they're less likely, though, at the shore. so there are big changes ahead. and we start the day with the temperatures. 50s now in the lehigh valley. low 60s in the suburbs. delaware at 66 degrees. philadelphia, 64. south jersey, we're see something 50s with some breaks in the clouds. we're watching the numbers come down this morning. 57 in piney hollow. lumberton is down to 57 degrees. much cooler, down by a good 10 degrees this morning. into the 70s but more clouds will be around for philadelphia and the suburbs. a slight chance of a shower in
doylestown. more likely to see scattered showers into the lehigh valley. clouds in new jersey more sunshine at the shore. temperatures coming into the low 70s with winds coming offer the ocean to keep things cooler. no sign of the 80s for will mri wilmington. radar and satellite shows scattered clouds we're seeing in live pictures what we're not getting is any of this or this. a possibility especially later this morning. the hour-by-hour forecast shows a chance of scattered showers as we go into the afternoon hours. showers are going to be pushing to the north. just a chance for today. more likely, we'll get rain for tomorrow and look at the cooling trend. a few lingering showers possible on saturday. mostly, it's going to be cooler and cooler, too, on saturday. that wind will bring chillier weather for sunday morning. 63 the high temperature. low 60s again on monday. a cool week next week, we will
see typical fall weather right on through the end of the work week and into next weekend. >> all right, bill. thank you. 10 minutes before 7:00. let's get to you work with a check on 95 for starters. >> yeah, let's get a look at 95. looks pretty busy. jessica, tell us what's happening. >> no surprise there on 95. southbound side, earlier a vehicle into the shoulder. and lane restrictions in place. we're used to that, though. right around cottman avenue, this is what we're looking at here. southbound from woodhaven road headed to the vine street expressway. 39 minutes right now. that's typically a 12-minute trip with no traffic. average speeds into the 20s. a lot of traffic moving towards the city. the northbound side looks a bit better. as for mass transit, we're seeing no delays for trenton train 1278. a ripple effect could be there. and lastly checking in with froot freeway over in new jersey our cameras around creek road.
this is the northbound side which is headed towards philadelphia. seeing brake lights but we're used to that, just adding a couple minutes to your morning drive, vai. >> thank you, jess. the archdiocese of philadelphia is now selling a fiat used to drive pope francis around last year. and another auction, selling for $82,000. they're hoping to sell the fiat for more than that. all of the proceeds will go to programs for special education and families in need. modeling for a "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition is every model's dream. >> and look at this. >> impairing a swimsuit model to a regular model. do you just like to show off your sexiness? >> oh. easy. >> easy. phanatic for an interview.
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here's some of the stories we're following. hundreds of people are expected to be there today. the teen was shot 16 times the officer is charged with first degree murder. today, testimony continues in the defamation lawsuit brought against penn state by a former assistant football coach. mike mcqueary claims he was wrongly fired because of his role as the main witness in the yeah re sandusky sex abuse case. mcqueary is expected to take the stand in the next comes day. >> happening today, new jersey legislators are giving the power to testify, state law makesers are investigating the crash that happened in hoboken last month. one woman died, more than 100
others hurt. also happening today, new jersey state senate is voting on a bill that would punish carl icahn for the casino license of the taj mahal for five years. icahn's management team says this prevents the company from reopening the casino and restoring the 3,000 jobs lost. today, philadelphia begins enrollment for a new pre-k program in north philadelphia. families can learn how to apply to phl pre-k which is funded by the city's beverage tax. classes will start in january. flyers return to the ice for the home opener against the anaheim ducks. the team is 1-2 after starting the season on the west coast. puck drops at 7:00. today is spirit day, a day to support lesbian, bisexual and transgender young people. >> many people will celebrate the day by wearing purple.
nbc10 is a proud sponsor of spirit day and the lgbt community. and my nails are purple as well. good morning, everyone, we're starting off on 295. right along 270, we're approaching an accident scene. you can actually see some police officers making their way to the scene right now. unfortunately out of the vie of our camera but blah we need to see that delay shot right here. traffic is almost at a stop on 295 right now. this is the southbound traffic that's moving towards the philadelphia area or different parts of south jersey not moving towards trenton. again, moving away from that spot. so we'll see delays there. south philadelphia, we still are watching this building fire. the row home fire actually that was in place since earlier this morning. they are clearing it out of the way, watch for detours and possible closure around christian street, 9th, 10th and 11th street. washington avenue is a good way to get east or west of the city.
watching an accident in north park avenue at ridge avenue. at schuylkill expressway jammed in both directions. you can see drive times and the camera around the boulevard. >> announcer: now your nbc10 "first alert" weather. >> heading out the door you can always get the "first alert" forecast on 101 it's 4 fm. you can see temperatures running cooler and cloudier than yesterday. you can see the clouds over delaware, wilmington, there will be breaks of sunshine and temperatures warming into the 70s not the 80s we saw yesterday. a better chance of scattered light showers in the lehigh valley. i think the rest of the area is going to be staying dry for most of the day. a better chance we'll see rainfall tomorrow. and if you're sick of the heat, the 80s yesterday. if the 70s are just too warm for you, you'll love the weekend. >> i'm done with 80 degrees weather. >> i'm done.
>> i'm ready for some cool. >> yeah, crisp fall. >> we're going to get our crisp. good morning. defiant. donald trump grabs all the headlines with one provocative statement, saying at the final debate he's not sure he'll accept the result of the november votes. >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> hillary clinton seizes the moment. >> that's horrifying. >> and trump's running mate, mike pence, scrambles to clarify in an interview with nbc news. >> if the vote is fair, i'm confident that we will accept it. >> as republicans and democrats slam trump for rejecting a cherished principle of american democracy, what will voters say "today," thursday, november 20, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer live from studio 1a, and