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sible for the content of this advertising. striking a deal. leaders in philadelphia are trying to keep septa workers from hitting the picket line. invasion of privacy. police say a villanova student used hidden cameras to record women and girls and racked up tens of thousands of elicit images. it is 6:00 a.m. this thursday morning. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. we are seeing the season's first snow. we have freezing rain we are dealing with in the poconos. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with the forecast. >> we saw snowfall overnight. you can see a light coating of snow in camelback mountains this
morning. it is not going to be snow all morning. it's started as a change over to rain in the mountains. that's what we are seeing from burkes county to lehigh and bucks county, steady light rain. the snow is going to be pushed to the north and the warm air pushes in. hazelton is starting to see the change over this morning. camelback camera is right there. the snow that is falling is light. it doesn't look like it is going to lead to skiing in the future as the temperatures are going to warm up during the day. the rain in bucks county is steady, light rain. we'll see on and off rainfall this morning. look to the west where heavier downpours are moving in. that's due to us this afternoon. fortunately, the temperatures are well above freezing from lehigh valley to the suburbs, philadelphia, new jersey and delaware. 46 degrees in philadelphia. 46 in delaware. the cooler areas in the lehigh valley holding at 40 degrees
right now with hours. you can see it in the camera there. into the low 50s with the rain for lehigh valley. you are going to see 60s this afternoon. delaware 50 in philadelphia and middle 50s for pennsylvania suburbs. new jersey will see a warm up into the low 60s this afternoon. we are only looking at rain issues this morning. scattered shower this is morning. the steady rain i'm expecting this afternoon. we go through the forecast with the future cast hour-by-hour to show when the steadier rain drops will be falling. first, jessica boyington has the first alert traffic. >> bill, we are watching the schuylkill expressway. this is the westbound side here. that's what's moving from 95 toward the vine street more toward center city. we see a big delay here at some point of the day, but not yet since it's only 6:00. we have a six-minute drive time. speeds in the 50s. no major delays there.
there is an accident on perkiomen at high school drive. 422 looks okay. you can see on the bottom of the screen, green on the roads. eight minutes to the schuylkill with speeds into the 60s. tracy? >> we are following breaking news in philadelphia where a police car collided with another vehicle. jessica has been watching this for a while. you can see a car on the side. the officer was responding to a robbery at the time. we have details about a deadly double shooting in northeast philadelphia. police say they have an eyewitness and they are taking him in right now. the shooting happened around 1:30 this morning, one woman killed, a man shot in the face and the arm, but expected to be okay. police say they were both shot in the parking lot where a dozen shots were fired. one bullet went through an apartment window, but no one was inside.
>> we just got details about what police are calling an execution style shooting. officers responded to shots fired. this happened around 12:30 this morning. they found a man lying on the sidewalk feet from his house, shot six times. investigators don't believe robbery was the motive. the victim had money, a cell phone in his pocket. happening today, philadelphia city council will take steps to help avoid a septa strike. meantime, the transit agency lays out a contingency plan if workers walk off the job. matt delucia is live at the septa station. matt, what does it mean for commuters? >> the message is get a plan in place just in case there is a strike come tuesday morning. right now, you can see the buses are running. folks out here waiting at the bus stop. septa put out a service interruption guide should a strike happen.
this is information you will need to know. we have the link on nbc10.com. you can look at that. some contingency plans are in place. they will look at service adjustments, adding trips and express trains making extra stops. if you can make your schedule adjustable that will help with overcrowding. i have been talking with a few. they are hoping it does not come to that. >> in our case, i have a car. discussing right now as far as the situation with septa going on strike. i'm preparing myself for it now. my car is down, but i'm preparing to put it in the shop. >> it happens every year. they can't come to an agreement. it hurts the city, it really does hurt the city. >> reporter: on that note, city keown ticouncilmembers will cal them to come to an agreement to
keep the services going and keep them on their buses and trains to go where they need to, work and school. folks say they need those buses to run to get where they need to go. fingers crossed it comes to a resolution before early next week. matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you for the update. 6:06. a new report giving details about a teenagers death at a private school for children with special needs in philadelphia. >> witnesses heard the teen say get off me, i can't breathe, then silence. the 17-year-old died two weeks ago. he was living at the residential treatment program. he was accused of stealing on ipod. students say three staff members held and punched the teen because he was acting aggressively. in the report, witnesses heard him get hit in the chest, then
say i can take this, that's all you got? give me more. followed by, get off me, i can't breathe. then total silence. last night, a neighbor across the street from the school said she's shocked to hear about the teen's death. >> never heard of problems happening in that facility and i have been here 15 years. >> earlier this week, we told you wordsworth was closing the residential treatment program but would continue to operate as a school. now, dhs has gone a step further, revoking the academy's license to operate as a residential facility. the school is saddened by the death. >> there were other findings like staff members aren't properly trained and parts of the building are unsanitary. you can read more on the nbc 10 app. three philadelphia corrections officers are suspended after being accused of beating a handcuffed inmate, then trying to cover up the assault. the three men are officers at the philadelphia industrial
correctional center. investigators say the attack happened in june and the officers turned themselves in yesterday. this morning, we have new police body camera video of a man accused of setting off bombs in new jersey and new york. video from the moments before he allegedly started shooting at police in new jersey. in the video, the officer finds him sleeping outside the bar. take a look. >> who said you could stay there? what's your name? >> huh? >> what's your name? >> he gives the officer a fake name saying he's been evicted from his apartment. the officer tells others to come to the scene. sometime after the video ended, he was shot and wounded in an change of gunfire with officers. he pleaded not guilty to charges related to the incident and faces federal charges for the bombings last month. this morning, we are tracking rain.
meteorologist bill henley has the details in the forecast. >> it hasn't made it to the airport yet. live view of philadelphia international. it's kept the temperatures warmer this morning. that's good news. with wet weather, we don't want icing conditions. even in the lehigh valley, the temperatures in the 40s. it's a live view from easton. they are seeing rain farther to the north. we have been watching snow first thing this morning in the pocono mountains. snow is not happening for lehigh. showers are in the forecast for the suburbs, philadelphia and delaware and south jersey with readings in the 40s. only rain in the philadelphia area. we are looking at temperatures that are going to be warming up in spite of that rain. right now, it's going to cool down a little bit for parts of the lehigh valley and burkes county. 37 degrees right now. the numbers will be climbing. future cast shows as we go into the afternoon and the rain moves in, look at the warm up. 59 degrees for philadelphia. it's during the afternoon hours where you see the steadier
rainfall. the snow right now in the pocono mountains, it's starting to change over for parts of the pocono mountains. rain in burkes county and the lehigh valley to north hampton county. it's seeing mix of rain and snow with freezing temperatures in the pocono mountains, the snow changing over to rain could produce icy conditions to start with. you'll see the temperatures climb there. the snow will be coming to an end. but, as we go into the afternoon, that's twhen steadier rain is going to take shape for the rest of the area. that's 2:30 this afternoon. look at the rain. dry for much of south jersey and delaware. the steady rain extends into the lehigh valley and poconos early this afternoon. the showers push through into new jersey and delaware and at the shore. during the late evening hours, see scattered light showers. this is 11:00 tonight overnight
tonight clears out completely. so, the forecast, hour-by-hour, for philadelphia, 46 degrees. some showers at 9:00 and 1:00 and then 58 degrees with more wet weather later this afternoon. the suburbs, a cool start this morning, above freezing, nicely at 9:00 with cloudy skies. increasing clouds and steady rain in the afternoon hours. that goes for the lehigh valley. the temperatures will climb in spite of the weather. the rainfall continues for lehigh valley. delaware will see the rain taking shape by late this afternoon. new jersey, same story, spotty showers first thing this morning and early afternoon. at the shore, mainly dry. as you go into the late afternoon hours, umbrellas will go up there, too. ten day on ten when we come back with a look at the weekend. >> thank you, bill. 11 minutes past 6:00. let's take a look at 95. >> jessica boyington is watching
that. that this is about the time it gets backed up. >> we entered a work zone. a disabled vehicle in the left hand lane is out of the way now. traffic is still slow anyway. this is moving toward center city. 20 minutes right now, adding seven to eight minutes on the morning drive already. southbound from wood haven to the vine speeds are dropping in the 40s. watch for that. you will be detoured around that or a little bit of a slow go behind the ramp since it is partially blocked. hunting park, watch for this accident. police are directing traffic. lastly, we stop with the new jersey turnpike. no problems here in either direction. this is around delaware memorial bridge. you can see no problems heading that direction as you come from delaware back to jersey, you are good there, too.
always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you. the philadelphia 76ers opened their season last night. before tip off, there was controversy. the organization pulled this woman's national anthem performance because of the t-shirt she had on that says "we matter." >> pamela osborn is live in the digital center. tell us how it unfolded. >> sevyn streeter was set to
perform. minutes before she was set to sing, she was told it wasn't going to happen. >> the 76ers game to sing the national anthem. the organization is saying i knlt because i'm wearing a we matter jersey. >> 11,000 retweets and 7,000 likes. she tells the a.p. she was hurt by the team's actions saying she was never given a dress code. the member of the sixers dance team stepped in to sing instead. this is the second time they have made headlines for the anthem singer. last time the singer for the sixers in the heat-miami game wore a black lives matter shirt and took a knee singing the anthem. they have a rule for all coaches and players to stand during the anthem.
they have declined to say why the performance wz canceled. they say they use their games to bring people together. i'm pamela osborn, nbc 10 news. >> thanks. we want your thoughts on this controversy. a lot of people are talking to us on twitter and facebook. hundreds of responses. we would like you to join the conversation. our twitter handles are on the screen and sound off on facebook. >> you may want to respond to this as well. another person from the game people are talking about. this fan courtside, he gives westbrook the double handed bird. westbrook wasn't impressed and neither was security. the fan got booted. the thunder got the last laugh. okc wins 103-97. >> wow. wow is all i have to say. 6:18. let's get you to work. >> i hope that guy is sitting in
traffic right now. >> that's not like you. >> he shouldn't be on the 42 freeway. he's not going to be sitting anywhere. so many people act rowdy at eagles games. love them anyway. 42 around creek road. no problems or delays. nobody is sitting here. heading northbound toward philadelphia there, looking okay. not even tapping on the brake lights. bucks county, an accident on dav davisville road. the ramp to lehigh valley there, traffic is squeezing by. now, the schuylkill expressway, good to go for the most part. we are not seeing an increase in drive times yet, which is rare considering it's almost 6:30. tiply, at least in the yellow but not yet. vine street expressway is a 14 minute trip. checking in with 95 on cottman
avenue. this is the businessest of the majors this morning. that's a 21 minute trip to the vine street expressway. tracy? >> we are starting the morning off warmer than yesterday. we are tracking rain and snow in parts. meteorologist bill henley has more. >> it's too warm for anything other than rain in philadelphia. it's dry. that's the view from the kimmel center camera. the camelback mountains, snow is on the ground. this is not going to last. temperatures are climbing and rain is moving into the pocono mountains. there goes the snow. the large area of a wintry mix of a hint of snow to the south of scranton. that's rain in hazelton. it is falling on ground that is frozen or near freezing, so that could create icing conditions this morning. if you are going to the pocono mountains look for that. to the south, it's too warm for anything other than rain. that includes lehigh valley and
the suburbs. trenton is seeing that light rain. temperatures in the 40s. we will get more rain. this system is pushing to the east. we will see the steadier showers in western pennsylvania. we will also see the temperatures climb. 40 with rain in the lehigh valley. suburbs 42. delaware in the middle 40s, well above yesterday's readings. we were seeing 20s and low 30s. much of the air below freezing. this morning, solidly in the 40s from medford, pemberton and princeton 40 degrees. we'll get a nice warm up today, but we will see rain. don't forget your umbrella this morning. you will need your sunglasses and a jacket tomorrow. gusty winds bring the temperatures down in the morning, up to 58 degrees in the afternoon. higher on saturday. the wind shifting will warm up nicely on saturday. 70 degrees is the high temperature. clouds will be building in. there's a chance we'll see showers with a high of 65 degrees on sunday.
cooler on monday, but another warm up next week. tuesday and wednesday and into thursday, looks like beautiful weather with temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. >> bill, thanks. >> 6:22. a villanova student is under arrest after police say he used hidden cameras to look at women and children. police uncovered tens of thousands of illicit images. see what happens when a deer raced through a restaurant. you out.
feet up in the air. more history in the making for the chicago cubs. they have won a world series game. they beat the indians 5-1 last night chl night. that ties the series to one a piece. bill henley is smiling. game three tomorrow night in chicago. it will be the first world series game played at wrigley since 1945. we'll take a look at the top of the screen as a deer jumps through a window in a restaurant in indiana sending customers. whoa! the animal nearly collides with a woman at the entrance and runs through another window. the waiter is going what happened? no one was hurt, but the restaurant had quite a mess to clean up afterward. next at 6:30, commuter concerns. how leaders in philadelphia are working to resolve a possible septa strike. plus, center city smash and
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septa's prepared if a looming strike happens. leaders in philadelphia are trying to find a resolution for the dispute. a villanova student racked up tens of thousands of images. department store heist. video of the moment burglars landed in a landmark business in center city. good morning. it's thursday. >> friday eve. >> jumpy there. friday eve. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with the first alert neighborhood forecast for a forecast near where you live.
if you live near camelback mountains -- >> the snol turned to rain. in philadelphia, clouds are thickening up. rain is due in. the rain is making progress in the suburbs and into new jersey, north jersey, central new jersey seeing rainfall. steady rain in allentown. it's only rain in allentown. the temperatures are too warm for anything else. the pocono mountains, the temperatures are warming up. we are seeing large area of snow to begin with this morning. now, it is a wintry mix. could be icing. the temperatures are cold, right around freezing in the pocono mountains. it's in the 40s for chester, montgomery and bucks county and the lehigh valley. the rain moving in this morning will be on and off this morning. to the west are steadier showers. they will be in this afternoon. an umbrella is certainly going to come in handy today. you will need a jacket, too, just not the winter coat you were wearing yesterday with the colder temperatures.
see the rain falling in the lehigh valley. 42 in the suburbs. 46 right now in philadelphia. a good warm up in spite of the wet weather. low 50s for the lehigh valley, but 60s for delaware and new jers jersey. we'll go through the forecast hour-by-hour so you know what to expect during the day when i come back in a few minutes. for now, see how the traffic is looking with jessica boyington with the first alert update. >> thanks, bill. starting on the schuylkill expressway and city avenue. slow from the boulevard moving forward. 17 minutes, addinging a couple minutes to the morning drive, which is typically a 12-minute trip. the average speed down into the 40s. an accident in whitemarsh on germantown pike. watch for that. we'll check in with mass transit. everything is running on time or
close to schedule. 20 minute delays for septa. that's because there's a car stuck on the track around poplar street. vai? >> septa has a plan in place in case of a strike. we are more on that. matt? >> reporter: a few days ago, until the possible strike and the riders i have been talking with here say they are angry. they are frustrated and just wondering what is going to happen next. of course, speaking with the folks today, the buses have been running. not many at the bus station. septa put out a service interruption guide yesterday should the strike happen tuesday morning. that would be with the buses, trolleys and buses in the city. the information you need to know, we have that link at nbc10.com. take a look at that at your convenience. septa is looking at service adjustments, adding trips and express trains make extra stops
along the way there. they are suggesting you can make your schedule flexible around the morning or evening commute, that would help on the regional rail that would be running. the bus risers are hoping it does not come down to a strike. >> people that need to get to work, it's going to be difficult for them. they have to make arrangements to make extra money. >> i would will really upset. there won't be a bus to go up to main street. >> reporter: especially with election day coming up, if the service is disrupted then would you be able to get to the polls? >> no, i wouldn't be able to get to the polls. >> reporter: some city counc councilmembers will be calling on septa and transport union to come to an agreement to avoid a strike and keep services going for the folks in the city who need these services.
matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. 6:34 right now. police arrested a man for allegedly using hidden cameras to spy on people in bathrooms. >> detectives uncovered more than 50,000 images including child pornography. the 19-year-old used a hidden cell phone to secretly record people in a bathroom at villano villanova. a student found the phone and reported it. they were found at the school and the cvs where he worked. >> you are taught to be careful. now i'll be more careful walking into bathrooms and making sure everything looks fine. >> he is a part time student at villano villanova, lived off campus. he is banned from campus and no longer works at that cvs. philadelphia police arrested
a man who allegedly caused this damage at the union league. investigators say reginald philips ripped the brass railing out of the union league steps tuesday morning leaving behind a lot of crumbled masonry. this is surveillance video that shows phillips carrying a six-foot piece down the street. here is the surveillance video. officers recovered the railing, but the building has about $100,000 in damage. stop what you are doing to see that. an suv found at boyds in center city and pulling forward and smashing into the window again. as many as seven people in hoods rushed inside the window grabbing arms full of clothes, bags before getting into the suv parked at the bottom left of the screen. the whole thing happened in three minutes. here is how the store looked after the smash and grab.
surveillance video from 4:00 a.m. tuesday. the thieves got away with about 4 $45,000 worth of merchandise. new jersey transit took a big step ininstalling ptc. we are looking to see if it contributed to the deadly train crash in hoboken. they will raise the frequency they need for ptc. they are on track to install ptc by the december 2018 deadline. today, jurors will hear closing arguments in the brid bridgegate trial. they are accused of closing access lanes to the bridge for four days to punish a democratic mayor who did not endorse christie. both claimed they thought it was part of a legitimate traffic
study. this morning, we are waiting on rain. meteorologist bill henley has details. bill? >> still waiting on it in boathouse row. if you are heading out, grab an umbrella. you will be able to use it at times this morning. this afternoon, steady rain. a cloudy, rainy day ahead. this evening we'll see lingering showers in the area. they should be lightening up. right now, light showers moving through westchester and philadelphia, northeast philadelphia seeing a few sprinkles. steadier rain, showers in montgomery and bucks county. to the north, lehigh valley is getting rain. burkes to lehigh and north hampton. farther to the north, colder air in place. the temperatures hovering around freezing. the snow is starting to change over as warmer conditions move in. the ground is still grfrozen. icing conditions in the pocono mountains. it's too warm. 46 degrees in philadelphia with
cloudy skies. scatter showers and steady rainfall this afternoon. in spite of the rain, temperatures will be climbing 50s for the lehigh valley and suburbs after starting off in the low 40s. rain right now in the lehigh valley. 40 right now could come down. the temperature just a couple degrees by 8:00. then it climbs in spite of the clouds and steady afternoon rain. we'll see a southeasterly wind that's going to help with the warm up during the day today. new jersey, 43 right now. some showers possible this morning. the steadier rainfall coming in this afternoon. it will be here for the evening commute. at the shore, cloudy skies. mostly cloudy and 58 degrees with the wind picking up at noontime. near 60 degrees. waiting on showers this afternoon at the shore. delaware, during the afternoon, steady rainfall. just a chance of a shower this morning. more likely you are going to see cloudy skies for 46 degrees right now, hold at 46 at 8:00.
into the 50s, closer to 60 degrees this afternoon. i'll show you when the rain will finally clear out. a look at the weekend, too with the ten day on ten when i come back. >> see you then. 20 minutes before 7:00 a.m. we saw increased volume, which means increased drive time on 95. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. >> an accident scene just out of the view of the camera. that's why you see big delays. this is heavy even for now. 29 minutes to the vine street expressw expressway. you might go past the accident scene or be stuck in the delay. huntington park the earlier crash scene involving a crash car and another car. they are still directing traffic there. if you are headed southbound from the ramp to lehigh valley, that's partially blocked.
mass transit, a car is stuck on the tracks near popular street. all the rest of mass transit on time or close to schedule. back in ten. >> 6:41 right now. the 76ers are wrapped up in a national anthem controversy. >> why the singer who was supposed to perform says she was benched moments before hitting the court. plus, we'll show you how jimmie fallon is getting set for the eagles-cowboy's game.
shirt. >> at the 7 6ers game to sing t national anthem, but i can't because i'm waering a "we matter" jersey. she was told she would not be singing. she was hurt by the actions of the team and says so she was never given a dress code. a member of the sixers dance team, as you see there, stepped in to sing the anthem. the team wouldn't comment on why sevyn streeter was pulled. they said as we move from symbolic we will positively impact the community. end quote. this is what you are talking about on facebook and twitter. more than 200 comments on nbc 10 facebook. jim says thank you 76ers. they didn't need distractions to what us fans are excited for. keep politics away from sports, you got this right.
go sixers. lisa wrote, i love this. even though she was kept from getting her message through, we are still talking about it. >> last saturday, the singer from the sixers-heat game wore a black lives matter shirt and took a knee while she sang the anthem. we want your thoughts on the controversy right now. we have lots of responses on social media. you can join the conversation with your opinions. our twitter handle is there on the screen. you can sound off on our facebook page. >> 6:46 and 46 degrees outside. early voting continues today in camden county. you can cast ballots at the archive center in gloucester township. this is the first time they offered early voting. it started earlier this month, continues monday, wednesday, friday and saturday next week. delaware also has early voting, pennsylvania does not.
thousands of voters in montgomery county are waiting for their absentee ballots to arrive. >> despite overtime and extended hours, county workers haven't been able to keep up with the demand. there was a delay in printing the ballots because of the legal challenge to the wording. county officials say if you are afraid your ballot won't arrive in the mail on time, you can fill it out in person. just a few minutes before the top of the hour, which means the start of the "today" show. >> we'll get a preview. good morning to both of you. >> good morning to you guys. coming up on a thursday, hillary clinton and michelle obama campaigning together for the first time. this morning, their complicated relationship and how the first lady has become one of clinton's most important supporters. rossen reports with halloween almost here. what happens with your body when you step inside a haunted house. live with priscilla presley.
she's something exciting to show us as we get set to see you on a thursday morning here on "today." back to you. >> see you at 7:00, guys. >> all right. rain is heading our way. we're waiting for the wet weather to move through our area this morning as we take a live look at the sunrise. >> that's pretty. >> we are a half hour away. this is beach avenue in cape may, new jersey. tracking conditions in your neighborhood, bill henley has that for us. bill? >> we are seeing rain arriving in philadelphia. a live view from center city. the showers in the pocono mountains started off as snow. you can see very light snowfall. they did a little bit of shoveling and had the plows out. now it's rain that is moving into the pocono mountains as the temperatures are warming in the atmosphere. the ground is still frozen in mt. pocono. could lead to icing. look at the temperature difference. 30 degrees in mt. pocono. 40 in allentown.
the rest here is in the 40s. even 50 degrees in dover. not going to see icing in burkes county or the lehigh valley. the temperatures have dropped. they are going to steady out and climb into the 50s this afternoon. there you can see the wintry mix. that is going to change over to completely rain and then the icing threat will ease out during the afternoon hours as the temperatures will be climbing. as far as the rain is concerned, it's moved into montgomery, chester county and a steadier rainfall in bucks county and new jersey. trenton seeing rain drops. the showers this morning will be fairly light. and we'll be on and off. the steadier rain is going to come through this afternoon. that's when we could see heavier rain, too, in the trenton area. the steadier rain is to the west. it's a cold front that is coming through. that will clear things out overnight tonight. during the day, you need the umbrella. the hour-by-hour forecast shows at 2:00 this afternoon, here
comes the steadier rain for philadelphia and reaching into delaware. it sweeps into new jersey during the evening hours. at 6:00 this evening, we'll have a rainy commute and later this evening, scattered showers in the area. that's 8:30 this evening. then it clears out overnight tonight. a rainy, cool day today. a little warmer than yesterday afternoon and a warm up in spite of those showers in the area. 60 degrees for philadelphia. 55 degrees in doylestown and lehigh valley, see the warm up, too. allentown in the low 50s today. new jersey, the clouds already in place. the rain developing this morning and then the steady rain this afternoon. at the shore, warmer, 64 degrees and 64 with rain this afternoon for wilmington. mainly dry this morning in delaware. a rainy day and sunshine back tomorrow. gusty winds will hold our temperatures down. 40s in the morning, 58 in the
afternoon. heading into the weekend, looking good for saturday. a chance for showers. a little cooler on sunday. a bit cooler for monday. another warm up come tuesday and wednesday. we'll be in the low 70s with rain later next week. >> all right, bill. nine minutes before 7:00. let's get you to work. >> jessica boyington has her eye on all the roads out there. >> center city not doing too bad. the westbound side we are seeing more of a delay. it's behind me in here. heading to the station, or to the schuylkill expressway, you might see a bit of a delay. for the most part, the vine looks great. service resumed. an earlier car struck on the tracks near poppoplar. it's been removed. all the rest of mass transit doing great. watching an accident in bucks county and east county line
road. watch for traffic to be directed around there. there's an accident in perkiomen. delays on the southbound side due to an earlier accident ott co cottman avenue. 30 minutes from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. spoo speeds in the 20s. vai and tracie? >> thank you. biggest game of the year. the birds and boys are at it here on nbc 10. >> we are set for the game. so is tonight show host jimmy fallon. he handed out superlatives. >> jordan hicks most likely one of the rug rats all grown up. jason peters voted most likely to have his head pop out of his jersey like a whack-a-mole. can we see what that looks like? there you go.
>> fallon gets jabs in on the cow ndoyes, too. he's so funny. sunday night, there's one tv station to watch it. don't miss the post game final live from texas. >> can't wait.
next, the mornings headlines and the stories we are following throughout the day. >> that includes training in new castle county. how you could learn about overdose victims.
donald trump is focusing on ohio. south jersey, early voting continues in camden county. residents can cast ballots at the county elections in gloucester township. jurors will hear closing arguments in the bridgegate trial. they face up to 20 years in prison if convicted. closing arguments are set to start. the university fired him after he testified in the jerry sandusky trial. they say it was part of a coaching change. new castle county, free training on how to properly use the life saving overdose drug narcan. there's a meeting at the public safety building. a new park opens today designed for children with autism. it is the first park of its kind in the state.
they will take action to try to overt a septa strike. they are calling for them to come to an agreement to keep the buses, trolley's and buses going. the strike is set for tuesday, november 1st. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with a check on the roads. we are starting off in new jersey. the 42 freeway around route 41 seeing delays up on toward philadelphia. if you are headed to philadelphia or 295 toward trenton, delays there. maybe about five to ten minutes added on to the morning drive. an accident in new jersey in lawrence township. 295 northbound around route 1, a partial ramp closure because of that. another accident up ahead on the cameras here, you can see the lights approaching the scene along cottman road. back to mass transit. earlier many line delays have
been cleared. now we are seeing 20 minute delays on west trenton line. check before you go. otherwise, the rest of mass transit doing fine with no reported delays. announcer: now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> check this out. we have snow on the ground in the pocono mountains. that came through overnight. changing to rain in the mountains. expect to see rain in philadelphia and lehigh valley. clouds in place this morning over the city. the rain started to move into the city in trenton. the suburbs are seeing the rainshowers. new jersey and delaware, nothing but a few sprinkles. there's the snow, a wintry mix. icing in the pocono mountains. the rest of the area is rain. the temperatures are too warm for anything else and steadier rain moving in this afternoon. the temperatures are in the 40s right now. 39 degrees in the lehigh valley. nicely above freezing and warming into the 50s and low 60s this afternoon in spite of the wet weather.
the forecast, first alert weather center, anytime you like on 101.1 fm. >> thank you. more updates on the nbc 10 app. numbers game. three new polls, three very different stories. is hillary clinton ahead in a romp or is it a statistical dead heat? the candidate hitting the road for the first time this morning with first lady michelle obama, but new e-mails from that wicky leaks dump show even her own campaign staff worried about potential conflicts at the clinton foundation. commuter chaos. >> i'm going to open the door. just calm down. >> smoke fills a train in boston with frantic passengers trapped inside, some kicking out windows to escape, at least five people treated for smoem i-- smoke inhalati