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bracing for day four. septa workers remain on strike this morning and commuters are in for another rocky morning commute. two children rescued from a row homeç fire in olney as cre make quick work of the flames. regulations on the rails today, top brass at new jersey transit will face lawmaker in the aftermath of that deadly crash in hoboken. nbc 10 news starts now. >> 6:00 a.m. this friday morning. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. we are keeping an eye on the morning commute as the septa strike enters its fourth day. first, let's get right to meteorologist bill henley in the neighborhood forecast. morning, bill. >> morning, vai, if you're walking to work or riding your bike, you'll need a jacket.
the temperatures are cooler and the breeze is blowing at 6 miles an hour. that wind increases as the day goes on. we'll see sunshine, and get a warmup, 52 degrees right now, up a degree at 8:00 and then at 11:00, 56 degrees. the wind will keep this cooler. you'll see it in the lehigh valley. 50 degrees right now. getting cooler before sunrise and just after. by 9:00, 53 agrees and closer to 60 degrees at lunch time. most of the area will get close to 60 this afternoon. the lehigh valley will be middle 60s. right at 60 for new jersey, 61 degrees in philadelphia. and 60 degrees with sunshine in delaware. i'll break it down for you hour by hour when i come back in less than ten minutes. >> the morning commute is under way on this day four of the septa strike, bus, subways and trolleys not running. talks continued into the rl i morning hours but ended with no settlement. those talks will continue today. jessica boyington joins us
now with a check on the morning commute and the impact of the strike. jessica, you have something else that's happening there. you have an accident you'll tell us about? >> right. skyforce 10 just popped over an accident scene on the schuylkill expressway. this is right around south street. now, majorly under control, for the most part the accident is on the right-hand shoulder.ç it's coming off the ramp from south street to the schuylkill expressway headed eastbound. you can see the slowdown there, behind the ramp, all traffic has to come to pretty much a complete stop and merge into the westbound traffic. that was the schuylkill expressway headed eastbound just around south street. there's another view of that there. you can see with the police activity, no big delays behind it. we are starting to see some of the regional rail delays. 20 minutes on the elwyn road line, 27 minutes for train 326, dealing with equipment problems. also newark and west trenton
line delays. i'll have the details coming back in the next ten. our team coverage continues now with nbc 10's matt delucia. he's live at the fern rock transportation center. matt, where do the contract talks stand right now? >> well, tracy and vai, right now, they're still in negotiations and those negotiations are expected to resume later on today. of course you see people trying to rush to their train here. the original rail still operating. you might be able to see through the windows, the trains are starting to get full at this hour. the top of the 6:00 hour here. we're not even into the busy rush at this point. still no deal. septa and the transport workers union at odds going into the fourth day. both sides talked late into the night once again. septa claiming that the union is not engaging in good faith negotiations. the unions say they have been prepared to bargain day and night. once again, because these buses,
subways and trolleys are not running, people are trying to find a way to get around. >> i have to get up extra early. when i get off work i have to walk up to 78 and ogant. it's just too much to handle right now. >> how far do you have to walk? >> it's about 20 blocks. >> it's ridiculous. just ridiculouridiculous. this is -- the back and çforth. they're going to give them what they want. just give them what they want up front. they're the only game in the city. >> so back here, you see some septa ambassadors checking tickets and helping people using regional rail here. of course you have some of the people who used to take their buses and now they have to wake up early to walk over here or get a ride to this location. the focus now really starting to turn to next week with election day coming up. septa trying to get striking workers back on job so people
can get to the polls. as i mentioned, those negotiations going into the fourth day here of the strike. those negotiations are expected to resume later on today. we'll follow what happens. for now i'm live at fern rock, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. count on the entire nbc 10 team to keep you covered during the strike. we're bringing you live updates during the morning commute. our coverage continues today at 4:00 when we get you through the afternoon rush as well. we want to help you get to work. really help you get to work or from work, home. a free ride, no charges, get a lyft with nbc 10. find out how you can get that free ride by going to our facebook page. new from overnight, we have learned the ages two of young children critically injured in a house fire in philadelphia. firefighters rescued an 11-month-old and a 6-year-old from a burning home on sheldon street in olney. they took one child to einstein medical center, the other to st. christopher's hospital. investigators are still trying to determine if anyone else was
in that building. lawmakers will hold hearings in trenton today to look into new jersey transit management, operations and safety. the hearings come in the wake of the september 29th train crash in hoe bok than killed one person in that station and injured month are than 100 others. joint assembly and senate committees will hear from new jersey transit executive director steve santoro. the central pennsylvania man who jerry sandusky's lawyers believe is victim number two is scheduled to testify today in the former penn state coach's bid for a new trial.ç victim two is long believed to be the boy who assistant coach mike mcquery saw -- said that he saw sandusky sexually assault in a shower room in 2001. sandusky's lawyers allege prosecutors hid the man from jurors at trial because his story did not match mcquery. sandusky is serving a 30 to
60-year sentence f. the department of education says the university violated the clearly act which requires colleges to report campus crimes and warn people if their safety is threatened. the fine follows the five-year federal investigation which cited penn state was at least ten violations. penn state officials say they are reviewing the findings. atlantic city's mayor says the city has given the state of new jersey new details about its financial turnaround plan. mayor don guardian says the city submitted supplemental information. the state department of community affairs after the city rejected the five-year plan. guardian did not offer specifics. he says he hopes the new information will accept the state to accept the plan and prevent a state takeover. yesterday, state, local and federal leaders announced $22 million in grants for projects to reduce flooding in wildwood
and north wildwood. it will pay for drainage improvements on pacific avenue in wildwood and a new pump station and other projects in north wildwood. the first part of this week has been unusually warm but i believe that we're going back to normal, which is still good, right? >> indeed, yes. it is the wind that's going to keep us cooler for the next few days. that wind is blowing this morning. it's going to be a northerly or northwesterly wind that blows on through the day. that's cooler air flooding into the area. it's not especially cold this morning. theç wind will be picking up ts afternoon. that's going to keep our temperatures from warming up terribly much today. we'll warm to near 60 degrees this afternoon. that same wind is delivering the chilly air that you'll really feel this evening, temperatures will be falling. we've been watching the numbers slowly come down this morning. a few scattered clouds in the lehigh valley. 50 degrees, delaware at 53 and 52 degrees in south jersey. there are a few neighborhoods that are in the 40s but mostly
it's low 50s for audubon, swedesboro, pitmann, clayton, voorhees, medford and lumberton in the 40s. robinsville, hopewell township, mt. laurel in the low 50s to start with. low 50s right now. the showers we had yesterday, there they go, they're offshore. a few clouds lingering at shore right now. it's cleared out nicely for trenton, philadelphia and lehigh valley and the suburbs are in the clear. that's why the temperatures are a little bit cooler there. but the wind will be blowing. that's in spite of sunshine going to keep us in the 50s for most of the day. philadelphia 54 degrees at 9:00. by 1:00, 58 degrees. nothing but sunshine for the suburbs. low 50s to start with and then middle 50s this afternoon. the winds blowing this afternoon through the afternoon hours in the lehigh valley. first thing this morning, still in the 40s at 9:00. and then up to 54 degrees at lunch time. the temperatures will start coming down late this afternoon
at 5:00. quickly heading into the 40s in the lehigh valley. nothing but sunshine for delaware and new jersey. low 50s to start with. early this afternoon, we get close to that 06 degree mark. there you can see the temperatures dropping down a little bit by 5:00 today. then 55 degrees for the jersey shore, right at 60 degrees at 1:00. lots of sunshine today. and over the weekend, too. something else is going on this weekend. look at that, when i come back in just ten minutes. >> we'll see you in a little bit. 6:10 right now. we have employed the assistance of skyforce 10 to help us out with traffic coverage. >> including nbc 10's first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. using skyforce 10 to see where the trouble spots are this morning. jessica? >> we're watching 95 and skyforce 10 right over top of the betsy ross bridge area. you can see right here, a string of headlights coming through. that's the southbound side approaching the center city area. you can see pretty significant delays and backups here. the northbound side looks
better. that's typical of a morning commute. i checked with our map systems just a few moments ago. we're not having incidents reported. this is a very different scene than what we saw yesterday morning around this time. two accidents on 95 on the north and southbound side. it was pretty much jammed end to end. right now, normal morning volume on 95 and the southbound side. slow, moving into center city. we need to check in with the regional rails. we are seeing some delays just like i said all at one moment, they seem to pop up. west trenton, 326 running three minutes late. doylestown train 514. 21-minute delays on the newark line and elwyn train 326 is running 27 minutes late as well. we're still watching the schuylkill expressway. this is an accident scene on the eastbound side on the south street -- just off of the south street off ramp. you can see it's over into the right-hand shoulder, slow moving by the scene and slow coming off of the ramp. we done the have delays or
backups on the schuylkill because of this. typical volume. i'll be back to check on these things, majors and regional rails. vai? a postal worker in new castle county is accused of swiping a donald trump sign and stashing it in his mail truck. >> we'll take a closer look at the alleged crime that was caught on camera. 12 minutes past 6:00. license to drive. we'll tell you how lawmakers in new jersey are trying to make a trip to the motor vehicle commission less stressful. we'll explain how your birthday would play a role. dangerous thing.
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those talks are scheduled to pick up later today. an attempt to break up a fight in newark, essex county ended with a police sergeant stabbed, another over assaulted. authorities were able to take the person suspected of stabbing the sergeant into custody. a montgomery county police officer is hurt after a rit and run crash. the driver is still on the run. skyforce 10 was over the scene in whitpain township last night. 6:16. happening today, philadelphia mayor jim kenney will present the 201 firefighter of the year awa award. captain stephen çroussel will receive the award. lawmakers are considering
making driver's license expire on the lirnyour birthday. right now they expire on the last day of the month. this would relieve crowded motor vehicle offices. jessica boyington, what are we seeing. >> we are in the 20-minute delay mark for a lot of the rails. west trenton line 23 minutes, doylestown, 20 minutes, on the elwyn train 326 we're dealing with over 20-minute delays as well, due to earlier equipment problems. regional rails are looking how they look for the beginning of the week. we're watching the schuylkill expressway also for some delays right around south street. this is the eastbound side. there's an accident over into the right-hand shoulder as you can see right here. that's just beneath the south street on ramp to the schuylkill expressway.
the on ramp is a little slow because they have to pretty much come to a complete stop before merging in with the eastbound traffic. you can see brake lights by the scene. we're not catching massive delays by there. out in paulsboro, 295 northbound around exit 19, mantua grove road. only the right-hand shoulder is block. the tractor-trailer is over into the side grassy area. it's not blocking any of the lanes right now. definitely something you want to watch out for and go slow by the scene. 6:18. it is tgif. looking at the forecast for today and into the weekend, bill henley. >> if you're pounding the pavement, it is going to be a cooler day today. the wind is blowing that is bringing in chilly air. a few neighborhoods is dropping into the 40s. the suburbs, delaware, south jersey, 55 degrees at the shore. and in philadelphia, a few neighborhoods in the 40s. look at andorra and parkside, 48
and 49 degrees. somerton now 47 degrees. but most of the area in the lower 50s. fox chase, torresdale, port rich man, graduate hospital, all in the 50s to start with. that's to start with. most of the day, we will be in the 50s because of the same winds blowing at the shore. starting the day at the shore with a few clouds. it's dry on beacher a. that's a live view from the marquis de lafayette hotel. the rain has already moved out. there you can see the few lingering clouds for cape may. atlantic city is starting to break out of them. the rain is well past us. clearing in philadelphia and wilmington. we'll get plenty of sunshine. we're more than an hour away from sunshine during the day today. breezy day, yes. those winds consistent, those steady winds out of the northwest at 13 miles an hour. stronger for millville and atlantic city. that's the chilly air that's going to come into play for tonight and the weekend.
that autumn chill will stay with us for much of the area. allentown, 50s for the next four days. wildwood, temperatures in the low 60s and you'll see sunshine to keep temperatures in the low 60s as we head toward the weekend. but daylight saving time, that's also going to happen this weekend. it's time to turn those clocks back. and get an extra hour of sleep on sunday morning. next week, actually, it will get dark early. more sunshine in the morning. we'll get a chilly start tomorrow morning, down to 37 degrees. with sunshine up into the low 60s on saturday, the wind will be picking up on sunday, 61 degrees and 61 again on monday. a little bit of a warmup next week will come with clouds. but it will be dry for tuesday, wednesday and thursday. as it turns cooler next weekend, that's when we could see showers return. the clouds build on friday. the chance of morning showers on saturday. that's the cold front that comes through,ç drops the temperatur heading into sunday and the wind will also be picking up.
stand by for an extend period of some cool autumn weather. >> all right, bill, thanks. 6:20 right now. democrats say republicans are intimidating voters. republicans say democrats are behind voter fraud. next, we'll break down today's federal hearing in several states including pennsylvania and new jersey. we'll tell you about the investigation into voter registration fraud in philadelphia. plus, today bill cosby faces even more legal action during a hearing over a civil lawsuit. we'll have an update on a cathee accusing another of sexual assault.
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the septa strike reaches its fourth day. row home rescue. two children are in critical condition after flames hit a house in philadelphia's olney neighborhood. seeking a mistrial. defense attorneys in the bridgegate case try to get the charges tossed against their clients. nbc 10 news starts now. >> it is 6:30. good morning. as you say, tgif. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. we'll get to the septa strike and impact on the morning commute, everything you need to know before you walk out the door. first, let's get you updated on the weather meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> if you're riding your bicycle or walking to work, you'll need a jacket today. we're just over an hour away
from sunrise. it's coming up just after 7:30. the temperatures have come down. they're still falling at this hour. new jersey is at 50 degrees and lehigh valley. no sign of fog this morning. it's very dry air that's moving in. and a wind that is going to be blowing to keep temperatures hovering in the 50s right on through the morning into the early afternoon hours. that's 58 degrees. that's by lunch time. for philadelphia, bright, sunny skies, too. the wind increases. it's a 10 mile-an-hour breeze at 8:00. up to 13 miles an hour at 11:00 from 53 to 56 degrees. philadelphia, i believe will warm into the very low 60s today, along with new jersey and delaware up to 60 degrees. there will be cool spots, lehigh valley and for the suburbs as well. with lots of sunshine, too. i'll walk you through the temperature change during the day when i'm back in ten minutes. we'll see you then, bill. day four of the septa city transit strike.
contract talks lasted into the early morning hours without reaching a settlement. negotiations are set to restart later today but there's no time set yet. again today, buses, trolleys and subways are not running into philadelphia. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington joins us with a check on the morning rush and the impact of that strike. jessica? >> we're watching the regional rails for delays. here they are. west trent 326, 23-minute delays. in newark, 120 r3 running 12 minutes late. we're seeing 10 to 15-minute delays pretty much on all other major rails heading out the door. also, moving to road, 95, more cars on the road this morning because of the extra volume that is not using septa and around center city. this is headed towards center city. that's why we're seeing most of this volume. 95 around cottman avenue, a 42-minute trip right now southbound from woodhaven road
to the vine street expressway. speeds are down into the steenz. there's also an accident up ahead approaching cottman avenue. that's where the scene is right here. it's taking out a lane or so. a few vehicles are involved. pretty heavy delays into center city because of the extra traffic on the roads and the delays on theç regional rails. more updates when i come back. vai? >> thank you, jessica. we have team coverage of the septa strike. matt delucia is live at the fern rock transportation center. it seems like it's been a steady stream of people coming through there since we came on the air more than two hours ago. >> right. it's getting pretty busy here at fern rock. i'll tell you right here at the regional rail we've seen people come throughout the morning. some people don't usually take this, of course, because the buses, subways and trolleys are not running, people are trying to find an alternate way to go. you see the tracks, some of the folks waiting for the next train to come up here. still, no deal as far as the septa strike is concerned. septa and the transport workers union still at odds going into
this fourth day. both sides talked late into the night once again. and septa claimed that the union was not engaging in good faith negotiations but the union says that's not the case. they've been prepared to bargain day and night. the union president says he's not going to apologize for trying to maintain quality affordable health care for members and families. because these buses, trolleys and subways are not running, the folks are trying to get another way around. >> train is proching. have yo have your passes out. >> the regional rail has been working for you? >> in the morning it's not a problem. there's nothing here hardly. getting home in the afternoon is a challenge. >> i had to change things around to get my son to school. i had to have other people pick up my son. >> how bad do you want this strike to end? >> immediately.
>> here's the train arriving at fern rock. not too many open seats as i saw this train going by looking through the windows. i didn't see too many open seats. they are trying to avoid the overcrowding. a lot of the folks saying it's the afternoon rush they've been having difficultieqwith. election day is coming up on tuesday. septa trying to get the striking workers back on the job that day so people can get to the polls. the negotiatings are expected to resume later on today. these folks hoping that come monday morning they won't have to find another way to get around. live at fern rock, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> count on us as well as matt and our entire nbc 10 team to keep you covered during the septa strike. live updates during the morning commute. our coverage continues today at 4:00 in the afternoon when we'll get you through the afternoon rush. 6:35, 52 degrees. new from overnight, two children are in critical condition after firefighters rescued them follow
a row home fire in philadelphia's olney neighborhood. pamela osborne is live in hunting park. how are the kids this morning? >> tracy, they were in critical condition at last check. the youngest child rescued from that fire was only 11 months old. that child was taken to einstein and a 6-year-old was brought here to st. christopher's hospital. as i mentioned, they were listed in critical condition as they arrived. firefighters say both children. >> reporter: rescued from a row home on sheldon street a little after 9:45 last night. 40 firefighters were on scene in a matter of minutes. they rescued the kids from the second floor of the house as they were fighting the fire. when the children were brought out, firefighters immediately started working to keep them alive as neighbors looked on in shock. >> it's always difficult to locate people inside of a burning building. despite what you see on television, you can't see anything. there was a lot of smoke. i went inside.
the smoke is down to the floor. you literally can see nothing. it's always a real challenge to locate people in these buildings. >> the fire marshal is working to determine a cause of the fire. investigators are trying to determine if there were working smoke detectors and if there was anç adult presence at that hom at the time the fire started. reporting live from st. christopher's, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. a hearing is set for today a civil lawsuit brought against bill cosby. judith huth alleges that she was only 15 years old when bill cosby sexually assaulted her. the comedian is accused of sexually assaulting a former temple university employee. he denies accusations.
after four days of deliberations, the jury still has not reached a verdict in the new jersey bridgegate trial. defense attorneys yesterday filed a motion for a mistrial. the judge allowed the prosecution to file a response but did not rule. two aides to governor chris christie are accused in a plot to close lanes approaching the george washington bridge as political revenge. 6:38. it will get cooler but not to worry. we have plenty of sunshine. >> sunshine for today and the weekend. let's find out details from bill henley. >> you'll see the sunshine in about an hour. the sun will be coming up. the temperatures, if you're heading out right now, they've been cooling down. we're in the 40s and 50s this morning. this is center city, a view from the kimmel center. that cool view is also a breezy one. the winds are blowing. you'll feel that during the day, a sunny day, but breezy conditions. that's going to limit the temperatures warming up in spite of all that sunshine. we'll top out right around 60 degrees this afternoon. then get chilly quickly this evening. after peaking in the low 60s, it
drops into the 40s this evening. you'll definitely need to uned aboutle up if you're heading out. if you're walking to work, 52 degrees this morning. 52 at 8:00 with lots of sunshine. 6 mile-an-hour wind right now. 8 miles an hour at 8:00. it increases as we head towards the lunch time hour, 57 degrees. additional wind will keep our temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s this afternoon forç philadelphia and the suburbs. it will be cooler in the afternoon. 50 degrees right now. cool down a little more by 8:00 this morning. and then that warm up to 55 degrees at lunch time. not a lot warmer during the 2:00 and 4:00 hours. scattered clouds right now as the skies are starting to brighten in the lehigh valley. those scattered clouds move through. you'll be in and out of them this morning. sunny skies at lunch time and 57 degrees with that same wind increasing in the lehigh valley, that will also be on display in new jersey. 51 right now, 50s through
noontime and into the afternoon. low 60s are possible. you'll get enough sunshine to feel like a nice warmup. there were a few showers overnight. it will be sunshine for the rest of the day. in delaware, stand by for a beautiful autumn day. cool, yes, low 50s right now. 49 degrees at 8:00, then say so long to the 40s, hello to the upper 40s, near 60 degrees. winds at 15 miles an hour. that's at lunch time. they'll stay steady as we head into the late afternoon and evening hour. changes ahead for the weekend. a look at that with the weekend forecast when i'm back in ten. 20 minutes before 7:00, bill. it's been an unusually busy morning for jessica. she has skyforce 10 up over two issues. not to mention the septa strike. >> now we're at that time where we're starting to see the delays everywhere, regional rails dealing with 20-minute delays on doylestown 514, cynwyd line,
ten-minute delay. there's one car short for west trenton train 309. that will mean overcrowding there. you might start to see trains express past stations and send other trains to pick up more passengers. that will create delays as well. 95, this earlier accident scene has cleared. it look like somebody is involved right here on the southbound side. we're seeing the delays, actually better thanç we saw t minutes ago. 36 minutes southbound from woodhaven road into center city. average speeds into the 20s. that's typical for right now. we're seeing the residual delay. paulsboro in new jersey, overturned tractor-trailer around exit 19. the northbound lanes are moving by. this is by mantua grove road, exit 19. if you're moving towards trenton, you might see small delays there. cheltenham avenue at north broad
street, there's an accident. i'll be back in ten, more updates on the regional rails. a viewer says she wanted to pick up side work as a babysitter through an online service but then became a victim of scammers. >> up next, the nbc 10 responds team will explain how she got duped and how to keep you from making the same mistake. also, so long, big piece. we'll tell you how the phillies and ryan howard are parting ways.
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quarter to 7:00 and septa strike is four days old. there's still no settlement. both
sides will resume talks after breaking off in the early morning hours. another day of getting to work or school without the bus, trolley or subway service. in today's nbc 10 responds, a warning about a scam targeting baby sitters. >> a recent college graduate tells us she's out thousands of dollars after trying to help a family she thought was moving to the area. harry hairston has her story. >> channing likes working with children. >> they have a lot of energy. >> reporter: she recently looked for work on care.com. >> i heard a couple people talk
about it. >> reporter: after she signed up she got an e-mail from someone saying they were moving to the area and needed a nanny. >> they were going to be paying me before i started, which i didn't think was a problem. that way i could get the things they needed for their house. >> reporter: they sent her a check for more than $2,400. >> then i had perrroblems after that. >> reporter: they told her to transfer the money and use that money to shop for the family. never cleared and kaminski was on the hook for all that cash. >> i couldn't pay for gas or food, i couldn't pay for anything. >> reporter: moving forward, kaminski says she'll no longer look for work online and has advice for others. >> someone sends you money before they arrive, i would be cautious then. because that's kind of suspicious. >> reporter: harry hairston, nbc
10 responds. >> care.com has some other red flags you should be on the lookout for. watch for sob stories, if somebody seems off, it probably is. look for odd language, excessive grammar or spelling mistakes. report suspicious messages to website. if you have a consumer problem for nbc 10 responds or telemundo responde, let us know. respond to the numbers on your screen. we will respond to you. 6:48. time to get a check of the weather as we look at center city and the comcast tower. very nice, bill. >> notice a few clouds in that picture. you can see them in this one as well. this is a live view from easton, pennsylvania. these clouds are lingering after yesterday's showers. no wet weather around. completely dry in easton and the rest of area this morning. it is chillier, 50 for allentown, reading and pottstown. look at philadelphia, wilmington, dover, millville all
in the low 50s and down to 50 for trenton and low 50s for mt. holly and atlantic city. uniform temperatures. it's because the wind is blowing. that's going to limit our warmup today. 59 degrees in somerton. west chester we'll see a high of 5. lots of sunshine in allentown, 56 degrees, too. nothing but sunshine in new jersey. we'll feel that wind blowing to upper 50s, near 60. hammonton will hit 60 and the winds will be stronger at the shore. just a little bit warmer in the afternoon for ocean city and atlantic city. wilmington, nothing but sunshine there. just a few scattered clouds in smyrna and rehoboth beach. a breezy day ahead. those winds will beç just enou to keep cool dry air blowing into the area. those are northerly winds. that's a cooler direction for us. 13 mile-an-hour winds this afternoon. that's stronger than it is right now. that will bring the chilly air in this evening and it's going to be sticking around that autumn chill for the weekend. but otherwise, the weekend is looking nice. plenty of sunshine, upper 50s
and low 60s on saturday. the 60s for philadelphia, new jersey at the shore and interior new jersey and delaware, just a little bit cooler on saturday for the lehigh valley and the suburbs. that's after morning temperatures in the 30s. a nice rebound there. a beautiful day on sunday. upper 50s and low 60s, a little bit breezy on sunday. but it's looking good for the walk to defeat als. that happens at citizens bank park. i hope to see you there. 10:00 registration. we walk at 11:00. at noontime, it will be 56 degrees. a lot of people show up excited to do the walk. some show up early because they forget that it's time to turn the clocks back this weekend. get an extra hour of sleep sunday morning. turn back early sunday morning and enjoy the brighter skies in the morning. a little darker in the afternoon, though. sunshine, look at the temperatures. low 60s right on through the weekend and into monday, nothing but sunshine. we get a few scattered clouds. the temperatures climb on
tuesday. it stays dry for tuesday, wednesday and thursday with milder temperatures. a cold front late next week. you'll see the clouds increasing on friday, leading to showers friday night and saturday morning. with that cold front coming through, the temperatures come right back down next weekend. >> i'm turning my clocks back tonight, get an extra hour tonight. >> nine minutes before 7:00. let's get you to work on this friday morning. >> watching the regional rails. no surprise there. we're seeing 20-minute delays for the doylestown line, 12-minute delays on the airport s(one car short on the west trenton line, train 309. expect overcrowding there. we're pretty much seeing delays all across the board. every train that goes out has at least a ten-minute delay or so. check before you go, accident on route 55 in new jersey northbound just before route 553
over in pitmann. you can see delays right here. the right-hand lane is blocked there. lanes are still moving by. it's not close. accident scene on 95 around cottman avenue. this is southbound side moving towards center city, 34 minutes southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway, average speeds also into the mid-20s. we're slow there. and we're also watching paulsboro over in new jersey as well. an overturned tractor-trailer is picking up part of the northbound side. the shoulders actually around exit 19 average mantua grove road. it's over in the right-hand shoulder and part of the grassy area to the right-hand side. the lanes are moving by. if you're moving around in the paulsboro area, route 44 will be a good alternate. >> the eagles released wide receiver josh huff two days after police arrested him on gun and drug charges on wednesday head coach doug pederson said huff would be available to play on sunday but general manager howie roseman reversed course
yesterday saying that cutting huff was the right thing to do for the team. meanwhile, an era in philadelphia sports officially ended yesterday. >> the phillies declined the final optional year of ryan howard's contract making him a free agent. howard has spent all 13 seasons of his major league career with the phillies. he was of the last remaining member of the phillies 2008 world championship team. has the second most home runs in team history and was the national league mvp in 2006. the phillies are paying him $10 million to walk away. next, we'll run down this morning's headlines and the stories we'll be following throughout the day. here's the winner of the high school blitz game of the week. we head to south jersey whereç cherry hill west lions take on camden catholic. we'll recap action from all of the other games happening around the region. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose. just about 7:00 a.m. commuters are slogging through another day without septa buses, trolleys or subways. it is day four of the strike. still no settlement. contract talks are expected to resume later today. meanwhile, here are some of the stories we're following today. the race for the white house is now down to its final four days. the candidates are focusing on battleground states including pennsylvania. hillary clinton is holding a rally in pittsburgh, donald trump is in hershey. trump will also campaign in ohio and new hampshire. clinton will also make a stop in detroit. stevie wonder will try to inspire philadelphia to get out and vote tonight. theç rock and roll hall of fam will perform in rittenhouse square at 7:00 tonight. donald trump will also get celebrity assistance from academy award winning actor jon
voight who will rally for trump at the white marsh country club this evening. there was a motion filed seeking a mistrial. the judge did not rule on the motion. after four delays of deliberations, the jury still has not reached a verdict. today, lawmakers will hold hear innings trenton asking questions about management operations, funding and safety of nj transit. the hearings come in the wake of the september train crash in hoboken that killed one person and injured more than 100 others. giants food stores will donate 1,000 turkeys to philabundance this afternoon. they will also donate an additional 1,000 meals. the run starts at citizens bank park and will end at
villanova university. hey, everyone, jessica boyington with one last check on the rails and the roads. of course seeing delays all across the board on the rails. doylestown, trenton, seeing at least up to 20-minute delays right now. the vine street expressway, we're moving right now. it won't stay this way into your afternoon and evening commute. cool right now. look at the temperatures this afternoon. i'm expecting 50s and very low 60s, up to 61 degrees in philadelphia. nice breeze blowing during the day. that's going to keep things cool this weekend. you can always get my first alert forecast on 101.1 more f.m. when you come back to do traffic this afternoon, you can get the latest on the radio from me. >> i don't even have to do my own job. perfect. >> by the way, we literally do not call each other and check on colors. >> we match all the time. >> all your local updates on nbc 10 app. >> jessica will be back later
this afternoon to get you home as we are in day four of the septa strike. >> starting at 4:00 p.m. good morning. the end is near. four days to go and "time's" cover captures the mood of the nation as a new poll shows 8 in 10 americans say the campaign has left them repulsed. now nbc news has learned there are serious concerns about a cyber attack on election day. this morning, what security officials are doing to protect the vote. in the dark. a popular las vegas hotel and casino forced to close overnight after workers damaged its main power line. thousands of guests evacuated. repeated advances? fox news anchor megyn kelly levels stunning new accusations against her former boss, roger ailes. this morning, her claims and what ailes is saying about them.