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striking a deal. septa and its union comes to an agreement ending the transit worker strike. >> the final countdown, hillary clinton and donald trump make a final push for votes ahead of election day. >> and free falling birds, the eagles lose to the giants and land at the bottom of the nfc east. >> nbc 10 breaking news. >> the breaking news is the septa strike is over. it's 6:00 a.m. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. this morning, septa and its union reached a deal ending the transit workers strike. we have you cover. we'll walk you through the time line of when you can expect service to be restored in just a moment. first, let's check in with meteorologist bill henley and your neighborhood forecast. hi, bill. >> the buses aren't running right now. it will be a chilly walk to work
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with temperatures in the 30s. philadelphia, just dropped to 40 degrees. that's at the airport. most of the neighborhoods, including the suburbs, new jersey, the lehigh valley in the 30s this morning. it's dropped to 38 degrees in delaware. but you can see skies are starting to brighten up. sunshine today, to warm temperatures up. not a huge warmup. it's typical for this time of year. 57 degrees for philadelphia, right in the middle 50s in the suburbs and new jersey. a little bit warmer for the lehigh valley and delaware, up to 57 degrees. i'll walk you through the forecast hour by hour to show you how quickly the temperatures climb when i'm back in less than ten minutes. >> the breaking news this morning, septa and its largest union have reached a tentative five-year deal just announced in the last hour. 4,700 workers will begin reporting for work this morning which means service is being phased back in. septa gm says the service on market-frankford and broad street line subway will be restored fairly soon. city buses and trolleys, full schedules should be restored by
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tomorrow morning. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in penn's landing with the details of the agreement that ends the septa strike. break this all down for us. >> vai and tracy, it's been a whirl wind of a morning. around 2:30, 3:00 this morning, we startwd hearing about a tentative deal in the works. you just saw about a half hour ago, the announcement came down from septa and twu 234 that there is a tentative five-year deal. that's the good news. the not so good news is that full service will not be restored until tomorrow. you'll start seeing a trickling of those services. that was a news conference that happened a little while ago. we heard from septa's chairman who talked about how they know the strike causes significant hardship for thousands of riders. they say they regret the disruption and they thank the riders for patience under these extremely challenging circumstances. those were his words there. we also smoke with congressman bob brady who helped with the negotiations early on. we also talked with the general
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manager of septa about how we're expecting the service to come back online. take alien. >> try to make voting as easy as possible and make it not an inconvenience to voters. this would be an inconvenience without question. i'm glad for the ridership, for the general public to get it done. but i'm also very glad it got done before election day. >> it really does take us 24 hours to completely bring back full service. tomorrow morning at this time, we'll be in great shape. it's really a day of transition. >> this took about six days to come to this conclusion. you might remember on friday at one point they with asking a judge for an injunction, septa was asking for an injunction to stop the strike. that was about to go back to a judge again this morning. fortunately that is not the case. that will not happen. the workers are starting to head back to work and seeing those services trickle back in throughout the day. we'll stay on top of this. reporters are fanned out throughout the city.
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live outside the twu headquarters, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. >> we still have one more morning commute to get through. let's bring you up to date with jessica boyington. jess? >> thanks, tracy and vai. we are still watching for the regional rail delays, of course, because we'll see that one more morning commute into the afternoon and evening. that will be messy. no service right now. they'll slowly restore all of that through center city. by tomorrow morning, we'l&ç see full service in effect. for now, still watching the regional rail delays, doylestown 514 running 24 minutes late. we're seeing the regional rail delays trick until as well. the blue route around the germantown pike on ramp, no problems right here. watch for a disabled tractor-trailer in the way there. other than that, traffic is moving along fine on the blue route, bridges, nice and clear. no scheduled opening right now at least over the tacony palmyra or the burlington bristol. nice and clear heading into philadelphia over the walt
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whitman bridge. >> count on nbc 10 anbc 10 app for updates all morning long. we are talking with commuters about the end of the strike and monitoring regional rails for the delays jessica's been monitoring. we've been seeing those since the beginning of the strike. a live report and another check of the morning commute coming up in less than ten minutes. more breaking news. janet reno, the first come to serve as u.s. attorney general died early this morning. her granddaughter says she died from complications of parkinson's disease. reno served nearly eight years as attorney general in the bill clinton administration. she was well known for the raid in waco in 1993 and when 5-year-old elian gonzalez was taken from the little havana home of his miami relatives to he could be returned and reunited with his father in cuba, janet reno was 78. we are in the final countdown of decision 2016. 24 hours from now polls will be
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open in new jersey. >> and they open an hour later in pennsylvania and delaware. right now, independence mall is being set up for a big rally by hillary clinton making a final push for pennsylvania tonight. clinton will be joined by her husband and president obama, first lady michelle obama, jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen. that event opens at 4:00 this afternoon, program starts at 7:30. hillary clinton is staying silent on the end to the new fbi end to the investigation. james comey sent a letterç sayg we have not changed our conclusions with respect to secretary clinton. donald trump is expected to keep pushing a rigged system message as he visits five different states today, including pennsylvania. trump will rally voters in scranton later this evening. nbc 10 has you covered for all the events on this final day before the polls are open. be sure to watch our special campaign countdown show tonight
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at 7:00. a north jersey man is in custody in connection with a stabbing that left two children and a woman dead. jeremy arrington was arrested late last night after he barricaded himself in a newark home. prosecutors say arrington has not been charged in the stabbings but he is considered a person of interest in the saturday afternoon attack. possible motive has not been disclosed. three other people hurt in the attack remain in critical condition. >> happening now, iraqi kurdish fighters are advancing on the city of mosul under the control of isis. the kurdish forces are attacking from two directions. the isis flag which was flying when the iraqi forces entered the town was quickly brought down. mosul offensive began about three weeks ago. let's take a quick look at your weather. rather cool. bill henley. >> the suburbs especially. parts of the city have cooled down because of what you see here, clear skies and very light
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winds. with dry air in place, we're looking at 30s for much of the area. there's 40 degrees at philadelphia international. low 30s, just a degree above freezing in the lehigh valley. 37 in the suburbs and up to 30s also in delaware, while south jersey is 35. the jersey shore is at 39 degrees. and in the city, that 40 degrees, that's the airport. look at the 30s, andorra, chestnut hill, west mt. airy, manayunk and park side. that's obviously a misprint there or something's gone horribly wrong. 30s for torresdale, busç llbus. once the sun is up we'll be feeling that northerly wind bringing in the dry air and seeing enough sunshine to warm temperatures into the 50s this afternoon. no sign of clouds this morning for trenton, philadelphia, wilmington, clear in allentown
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and bridgeton. no sign of clouds for delaware. the forecast is calling for a nice warmup, into the upper 50s for center city, 57 degrees. that's close to the normal high. just a little bit warmer in chestnut hill and doylestown, up to 61 degrees. suburbs, 50s for west chester and kutztown, a high of 57 degrees this afternoon. lots of sunshine for new jersey and a little bit of a breeze, not terribly strong, just enough to keep things cool at the jersey shore. 56 degrees in ocean city. wilmington up to 57 degrees. that's this afternoon. then it's going to get chilly tonight with clear skies. we're looking at colder temperatures heading into the beginning of election day. there's a big change that's going to happen during the day and it looks like we're going to wind up with a win tomorrow afternoon weatherwise. plenty of sunshine before things start to change by midweek. i'll cover it all when i'm back with the 10 day on 10. >> all right, bill, see you then. 6:09. what great news and relief for
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about 5,000 septa workers and hundreds of thousands of commuters in the morning. >> commuters are breathing a sigh of relief. we have to get through one morning commute as the restored service is phased back in. jessica? >> we're watching skyforce 10 live over upper darby and 59th street station. i'll say this again, not back in business but today we'll start slowly re-opening everything that was suspended for the last week. we're watching that there for some of the first trains, buses, trolleys, the subways that are making their way out the door. everything tomorrow morning will probably be completely in service again. one more messy commute. watching delays, still, throw, on the regional rails. doylestown 514, 24 minutes late. we'll keep our eye onç the regional rails at least for the rest of day and into your afternoon/evening commutes as well. watching a slowdown here, at least some volume, not really affecting drive times yet.
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422 around trooper road. eastbound, a nine-minute trip from 29 to the schuylkill expressway. average speeds just dropping into the 50s. there's an accident in west norriton, on while hall road and clinton road. bridges are okay, no problems into philadelphia right now over the walt or scheduled openings for the burlington bristol or the tacony palmyra. we've been telling you for the last half hour or so this morning, there's a deal that ends the septa strike. commuters will have to get through one more morning of frustration. >> there's a live picture from skyforce 10. we've launched skyforce 10 to give you a picture as buses get back on the roads. we'll take you live to a septa station as service will be slowly restored today. it's a day of transition. what you need to know. a south jersey man responsible for a deadly shooting rampage at l.a.x. learns his fate today. we'll follow his case.
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6:15. we're following breaking news for you this morning. septa and its largest union have reached a tentative five-year deal. you're looking at skyforce 10. we have launched skyforce as we see the buses and trolleys slowly get back to service. full service will not be restored until tomorrow morning. today will be a day of transition. a news conference wrapped up about 30 minutes ago. 4,700 workers will begin reporting for work this morning. service is being phased back in today. service on the market-frankford line and broad street line subway will be restored soon. buses and trolleys, service will be restored by tomorrow morning. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at the fern rock transportation center where the locks have just been taken off
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the gates. monique, tell us more. >> it was something that we often call ceremonyial because no one was out here watching it but us but it was a lot of fascination in the air for folks who are arriving now. people are walking past me, going down to hop on the regional. a tentative deal has been reached. the operations manager at septa told us based on their experience with the 2009 strike, the transit agency would need approximately 8 to 10 hours to get the broad street line and the market-frankford back on service, back online, back on the rails. just moments ago, we watched them unlock the gates, leading over to the broad street line. what you're watching now are a few folks trickling in, going down to hop on the regional service, which those employees never went on strike, those union members, as you know.
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the agency says it needs additional time to get all the buses, trolleys and other trains back on. as tracy mentioned, that may not happen until tomorrow morning. good news at fern rock. i wish you could have heard the folks out here cheering this morning as they walked past çu. the broad street line is back on. regional rails never stopped running and in the next 24 hours, everything will be back up to full speed. live for now from fern rock, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> 6:17. things are slowly getting back online. we have another perhaps challenging morning to get you to work or school. >> let's check in with jessica boyington who is looking at the regional rails once again, hopefully for just this last day. >> hoping for just this last day. again, that service will be restored today for septa's buses, subways and trolleys into center city. we're not going to see that in full effect for several hours or so. probably another messy afternoon and evening commute as well. we are seeing delays on the
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regional rails, chestnut hill west train, ten minutes on the doylestownand the trenton line as well. there's an accident in lower frederick on gravel peike and salford station road. lumberton township, an accident scene there. cherry hill right around king's highway, no big problems or delays. 95 looks okay. we're seeing slowdowns into center city. no surprise there, southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. 32 minutes, average speeds also into the mid-20s, more updates on septa, of course, and the regional rails when i come back. >> let's get you updated on the forecast for today. starting off chilly. >> we're still 20 minutes away from sunrise. we'll see plenty of sunshine. look how nice and clear it is. this is a live view from center city. also notice the flags are blowing.
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that's a northerly wind for us. that brings in dry air, keeps things chilly this time of year. we're certainly seeing that this morning. that wind at 7 miles an hour in philadelphia. expect it to stay below 10 miles an hour. it will be present today. it's making things feel chillier this morning. south jersey, delaware, the suburbs, the lehigh valley, some of the suburbs have gone even a littleç bit colder. 33 in exton and malvern, chadds ford at 33 degrees along with unionville. down to 32 in elroy but north wales has continued to cool down 28 degrees right now. new hope, also at 28 degrees while it's below freezing in ft. washington, bryn athyn is 35 and 35 degrees in bryn mawr. a chilly morning at the bus stop, even by 8:00 this morning. the sun will be nice and bright. the 30s, allentown, quakertown, exton, reading, 41 degrees in
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trenton and 41 at that hour in philadelphia. the good news is we'll see that sunshine all day long. we're warm into the 50s this afternoon. we're in the clear. the satellite and radar showing no activity for us. not really until we get to wednesday. it looks good for election day. come wednesday, this doesn't look like much. that is going to deliver some showers in the area. you see the system coming together by tomorrow at noontime, it's in the midwest. by tomorrow morning, those showers arriving in northwestern pennsylvania. we'll stay dry. even though during the evening hours, we'll start to see clouds for election day. those showers will wait until wednesday. we're looking good. the 10 day on 10, 57 degrees for today. look at the warmup for election day with bright sunshine, 67. that's where it ends, the warmup, 59 degrees on wednesday. the showers come through, then it's back into the low 60s for thursday and friday. it's the weekend that's going to be much chillier. 50s for saturday, sunday and into next week. by wednesday, it will be warmer
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but we're looking at another round of rain for the area next wednesday. 20 minutes past 6:00. the eagles are going through a rough patch on the road. did you see it? next, we'll take a look back at the loss to the division rival giants and how some players say they're moving forward. commuters in delaware have new options for getting around. we'll tell you about the new bus route just in time for holiday shopping season. pat toomey and donald trump:
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>> i have to go get the ball. that has always been my mindset. that's how i feel. he hits me on those plays all the time. he actually hit me on that pass earlier in the game, too. i have to find the ball. >> the eagles fall to 4-4 and still haven't won a division game. the birds are back at the linc next week where the team has not lost a game yet. the birds will play host to the atlanta falcons next sunday at 1:00. breaking news this morning, the septa strike comes to an end. we'll break down the deal reached this morning and explain what it means for commuters. plus, the home stretch, hillary clinton and donald trump make a final push ahead of tomorrow's vote. we'll explain how the candidates are spending their final hours before election day.
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done deal. septa strike workers unlock the gates just an hour after both sides reach a tentative agreement. heading into the home stretch. both candidates in the race for the white house make a push for pennsylvania today. and sentencing day. the south jersey native convicted of opening fire inside l.a.x. in 2013 will learn his fate. nbc 10 breaking news. good morning, just about 6:30 on this monday. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. we are following breaking news.
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the septa strike is over. we'll tell you about the tentative deal reached just a short timeç ago. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with his first alert forecast. >> the temperatures are running up to 20 degrees cooler than yesterday. look at 33 degrees in the lehigh valley and with the wind blowing at 6 miles an hour, feels like it's the 20s this morning. just a 3 mile-an-hour breeze in the suburbs. 37, look how nice and clear it is. we're minutes away from seeing sunshine. bright sunshine in new jersey and delaware, too, where it is nice and clear. wilmington, 37 now. hitting 42 degrees at 8:00. the chill will stay with us. by 11:00 this morning, up to 50 degrees and warming into upper 50s this afternoon. it's going to be a beautiful autumn day and that's typical for this afternoon. 57 degrees, 57 for delaware and the lehigh valley, just a little bit cooler with plenty of sunshine, though, for the suburbs, new jersey and even at the shore you'll see sunny skies, 56 degrees. we go through the forecast hour by hour to show you what kind of
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warmup you can expect. also a look at what kind of warmup you can expect for election day when i come back in less than ten minutes. >> thank you, bill. breaking news, the buses are roi i rolling out as we take a look at the frankford transportation center. they are being phased back into service just an hour after a five-year deal has been reached. it will take until tomorrow morning for septa to get back to service. mayor jim kenney thanked the commune for their patience. jessica boyington joins with us a check the morning rush. septa's gm said it will be hit or miss this morning. commuters just have to make it through one more day. >> right. it leaves one more day of the morning and the evening commute and a hectic drive. we're seeing big delays on the regional rails.
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chestnut hill canceled, chestnut hill 1803 20 minutes late. we're also watching some accidents. this is the schuylkill ç expressway. right near gladwyn. eastbound side, an accident, approaching an accident scene. speeds into the 20s from the blue route to the vine street expressway. that's pretty severe for right now. we're also watching an accident reported around allegheny avenue on sub side of 95. that's making a big drive time, 42 minutes southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. average speeds into the teens now. northbound side not effected, at least for now. we'll check in with 95 lastly, lower frederick, accident on gravel pike and salford station road. vai and tracy? word of a septa deal happened just within the last
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hour. we're learning more about the agreement. matt delucia is live at penn's landing. >> we were over here at the union hall where they announced that agreement just about an hour ago. we were here with septa leaders talking about that tentative five-year deal that would put the septa workers back on the job. all 4,700 plus employees back to work. we saw some of the video of some of those buses rolling out there. service is going to start trickling in as we've heard from jessica. i asked the question at that news conference earlier, which services will be coming back online first? the belief is that we should start seeing a few of those buses and also the market-frankford line and the broad street subway. before the day is out we should start seeing more of the buses, trains and trolleys out on their respective roads or rails, if you will. by tomorrow morning, this could be in the past. septa's board chairman say they believe the glemt is fair to
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employees and customers and taxpayers who fund. because that service will be phased back in, that's a big relief for people who depend on the service. take a listen to the septa board chairman and congressman bob brady who we spoke with a little while ago. >> we believe this agreement is fair to all employees and our m and our taxpayers. we know the strike has caused hardship for thousands of our retireders and we sincerely regret this disruption. >> i'm glad for the ridership, for the general public to get it done. but mostly, i'm glad it got done before election day. >> reporter: and now as we take a live look here where we had the frankford transportation center. people will be able to take the buses and trains to where they need to go. you heard from congressman bob brady, very important as we get into election day tomorrow.
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the word from septa is full service will be restored by the start of service tomorrow morning. today, it might be hit or miss. you definitely want to check your schedules to make sure everything is running. everything is going to start trickling in. you might get the subways, a couple of buses but you have full service coming hopefully by the end of today and then the start of the service tomorrow. this tentative agreement will go to the twu, to the members for ratification. it's not a full done deal yet but enough to get them back on the job and get you where you need to go. for now i'm live outside the union headquarters, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. now to the final countdown for decision 2016. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow in pennsylvania and in delaware. one hour earlier in new jersey. both presidential candidates are making pennsylvania a priority on this last day of campaigning. hillary clinton rallies tonight in philly while donald trump will be in scranton. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live on independence mall with a look
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at the day ahead and some heavy hitters on tap, pam. >> that's right, vai. this is going to be the site of a huge rally on the democratic side. i'll step out of the way and give you a peek at what's going on. the american flag is lit, the stage is set so to speak for what's happening this evening, former president bill clinton, president obama and michelle obama will be making one final push for hillary clinton in philadelphia by rallying voters hours before the polls open up here. bon jovind bruce springsteen will perform. the event opens up at 4:00 p.m. and the program starts at 7:30. clinton herself will be at the rally urging voters to make history by electing her president. donald trump will be trying to convince voters to do the same. it will be a busy day for the republican nominee with appearances across five states. by 5:30, trump will be in scranton trying to motivate voters there. take a look at what both candidates are saying about the
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choice we all have to make. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it. the people, the fbi, they know it. i think it's very embarrassing to them. it's now up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> vote, vote, vote, vote! >> our future is in our hands. anyone who says they're going to stay on the sidelines or it doesn't matter really doesn't understand what's at stake in this election. >> this is it. this is really the last chance both candidates have to meet face to face with pennsylvania voters to help make them a decision before election day, which is tomorrow. back to you. >> pam, this additional rally will create problems for the afternoon and evening rush. tell us about road closures for
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th those heading home at this hour. >> market street will be closed from 4th to 7th streets. 5th street will be shut down from arch to market and 6th street will be blocked off from arch to chestnut. some things to keep in mind as you're headed out your door and also as you mention on your way home this evening. vai? >> nbc 10 of course will be live for the independence mall rally, for all of the action, be sure to watch our special campi camp countdown show. sentence a south jersey native for a deadly shooting spree at los angeles international airport. paul ciancia pled guilty to all 11 charges. he was spared the death penalty but faces a mandatory life
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sentence. he killed a federal security agent and injured three others, including a tsa agent. 6:39. it's gotten cooler since we came on the air two hours ago. >> it's pretty but cold, bill henley. >> the warmest spot is at the shore, the sun is up, happening just off camera. look how nice and clear it is. the clouds are way in the distance. chilly air in spite of sunshine in philadelphia, it's 40 degrees, many of the neighborhoods, even in the city are in the 30s to start with. with that sunshine, we'll warm to the 40s and into the low 50s by noontime today. present during the day, the wind that we're feeling this morning, that stays with us this afternoon. that keeps us clear and dry during the day. 40 at 8:00. by lunch time, 51 and into the lower 50s this afternoon. those winds just at 5 miles an hour at 2:00 this afternoon. for the lehigh valley, even colder this morning, 33 degrees right now. we could see the temperatures
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drop a little bit more even with the sun up. it's still low in the sky. by 8:00, the number starts to climb. clipping through the 40s into the low 50s by lunch time and middle 50s by afternoon. sunny skies and 34 right now. he'll take some time for that chill to ease out of there. 50 degrees at noontime, lower 50s this afternoon. the shore, there's your warm spot at 46 degrees. 40s this morning and 50s this afternoon. you'll feel that same northerly wind which will make for a chilly night tonight and keep temperatures in the 50s in delaware. low 50s at lunch time today and 55 degrees with the northerly wind at 6 miles an hour at 4:00 this afternoon. we've got the autumn chill with us today.ç typically temperatures warm into the 50s. we'll see that today. just in time for election day. a beautiful day ahead for tomorrow, sunshine will be bright. the temperatures warm into the 60s. in some areas by lunch time.
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i expect them to peak in the upper 60s. 62 in philadelphia at noontime, 58 for the suburbs in the lehigh valley and low 50s for south jersey and the jersey shore and delaware. warming into the upper 60s by 8:00 in the evening. the sun will have been down for more than three hours. the temperatures will be coming down but not quite as chilly as what i'm expecting for this evening. perfect weather for heading to the voting booth on election day tomorrow. but there are changes ahead for the workweek. maybe you've noticed it with the seven-day forecast that's scrolling at the bottom of the screen. that's 170 for each part of our viewing area. it's those changes midweekend. even more changes ahead for the weekend. 10 day on 10 when i'm back in less than ten minutes. our tip of the hat to those who helped negotiate the deal ending this strike. >> she has what you need to know to get to work today.
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>> very busy right now and big problems on the regional rails. 30-minute delays across the board due to signal problems that includes pretty much every station, newark, elwyn, doylestown, cynwyd, west trenton, warminster, thorndale, norristown. we're starting to see the service go back into service for the in and out of center city right now. we're also seeing that trickle in slowly. not definitely reliable yet. by tomorrow morning we should have everything back in business for sure. 95 around cottman avenue. the southbound side really slow. an accident around allegheny avenue with lane restrictions. 42 minutes southbound from woodhaven road to the vine for your drive time. also the schuylkill expressway seeing pretty massive delays because of an accident eastbound just around gladwyne. 47 minutes for that eastbound drive time. that's pretty significant for right now.ç that's typically a 25-minute
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trip or so for right now. we're almost doubling what it should be at this time with normal morning volume. again, that accident on the eastbound side around glad win. there's another accident as well on lower frederick on gravel pike. more updates on regional rails and those delays when i'm back at ten. a viewer tells us he had a battle over a car shop over a warranty. when his efforts hit a dead end, he turned to nbc 10 responds. >> we'll show you how the nbc 10 responds team helped get him back on the road while saving him hundreds of dollars. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes..
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breaking news as you're heading to work or school this morning, the septa strike is over. and skyforce 10 over the frankford transportation center where thema market-frankford l on the move again. city buses and trolleys will all be roll out this morning. full service should be restored fully by tomorrow. meanwhile, a viewer says his car needed repair, he had a warranty and figured it would cover the cost of the repair but that wasn't the case.
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>> when the shop said the warranty didn't apply, he called harry hairston and nbc 10 responds. >> robert patton says he knows cars. this is his baby. a 1969 camaro. patton tells us he rebill the engine to make it a muscle car. back in august, his other car, a 2005 honda civic needed engine work. >> it started making noise. >> he took the civic to amoco. they completely offered to rebuild the transmission. he instructed aamco to only repair a certain part of the transmission which he believed was the problem. patton says after driving the car for just two weeks, the problem was back and seemed worse. >> it started making noise in every single gear. >> he took it back to the shop. >> i had a year warranty on it. >> the folks at aamco told him the warranty only covered the
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work he authorized and additional repairs would cost him an additional $2,000. >> i called harry hairston from channel 10. >> we contacted the shop which insisted it was not responsible for the additional repairs but just a week later, the shop decide to do the work, charging patton $267 for parts. didútaey say why? >> no explanation. >> the shop later told us it changed its mind because it wanted to keep its customer happy. >> big thanks to you, harry. >> great, my pleasure. >> all right. 10 responds is the best. >> harry hairston, nbc 10 responds. the shop still insists the warranty did not cover the work it did to fix the transmission. if you have a problem for nbc 10 responds or telemundo
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responde, just reach out to us. we'll respond to you. skyforce 10 is up in the air looking at a beautiful center city. >> pretty. >> skyline there. looks great. although it's in the 30s in most places, bill henley. right? >> no doubt they have the heat on in skyforce 10. because even colder at flight level this morning. they're dealing with a bit of a breeze, too. that's making things feel chillier. check it out. live view from center city. those winds out of the north. that's bringing in the cool air, bright, sunny view. this is from center city. by the looks of it we need it, too. look at the 30s. lehigh valley suburbs, delaware, south jersey, 39 degrees at the shore. that 40 at philadelphia international is deceiving because many of the neighborhoods, parkside, manayunk, andorra, chestnut hill, all in the 30s. in the 30s for fox chase, torresdale, bustleton and parkwood. holding in the low 40s in
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kensington and getting colder. usually the coldest time of day is just after sunrise and that's where we are right now. but we will see plenty of sunshine and the temperatures make a nice warmup. typical fall day. sunny skies and 57 degrees this afternoon in center city. doylestown up to 57 and 58 degrees in easton. plenty of sunshine for hammonton, cape may, sunny skies for atlantic city, 56 later today. 55 in smyrna, just a little bit warmer in wilmington at 57 degrees. we are in the clear. those high clouds we saw yesterday are out ofç the picte today. definitely need a jacket and sunglasses all day long. no sign of any clouds until we get to wednesday. then this is going to cause umbrellas to go up on wednesday. before they arrive, it's the temperatures that will be going up, timed perfectly for election day. look at this, 57 today, 67 degrees tomorrow. that's after a cold morning. we'll be in the 30s. i'm looking for a 30 degree warmup for tomorrow. the clouds arrive on wednesday with cooler temperatures and
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showers, too. 59 degrees, the high temperature. not quite as cold in the morning. by thursday we're drying out. 60s for thursday and friday. for the end of the workweek. the weekend gets here, the temperatures come way down. almost 10 degrees cooler and breezy, too. clouds and some breaks of sunshine, lower to middle 50s saturday and sunday. cool weather that's going to stay with us into next week. warming a little bit on tuesday, 58 degrees and then into the 60s with another chance of showers next wednesday. >> all right, bill, thanks. eight minutes before 7:00. commuters breathing a sigh of relief because the septa strike is over. but it will take a little while for everything could get back up and running. >> a little while to get up and running. we'll see at least one more of these commutes we saw last week. within the afternoon rest of the morning, of course, and into the evening we'll still see problems and delays. the regional rails, we're already dealing with 30-minute delays all across the board for almost every single station due to signal problems.
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up to 30 minute delays there, almost every train heading out the door right now dealing with that delay. the schuylkill expressway watching that for 35-minute drive time eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway, that's due to an earlier accident. that's off to the shoulder, eastbound around gladwyne. we're seeing a spike on the westbound side. might be something going on on the other side. i'll check that for you. 32 minutes, almost the same. average speeds into the 20s headed westbound. 422 seeing slow speeds over double what it normally is on this eastbound drive time right here. trooper road, that eastbound traffic moving towards the schuylkill, really slow. average speeds into the 20s there. there is an accident out in upper moreland on west county line road and blair mill road. next we'll run down this morning's headlines and the stories we'll be following throughout the day. that includes the tentative five-year deal that ends the septa strike. we'll explain what commuters need to know today as service is being restored as we give you a
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and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. updating the breaking news we've been following throughout the morning. the septa strike is now over. we just got this update. the market-frankford line and broad street line will resume throughout the day. service on those routes is not currently operating and customers should visit septa's website to give you updates. their full service will be restored by tomorrow morning's commute, however. here are some of the other stories we'll be following throughout the day. >> heavy hitters will join hillary clinton on independence mall for a rally today including bill clinton. president obama, firstç lady michelle obama,n bon jovi and
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bruce springsteen. >> donald trump will hit five states, rallying in scranton tonight. he will visit five states as he makes his final campaign push. watch the campaign countdown show tonight at 7:00. d.a.r.t. launches its new route 302 bus service the route links dover, smyrna, townsend, middletown, glasgow and newark. there will be four round trips during the rush hour. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with one last check on the roads and the rails. a heads up to check with nbc10.com for more information for the campaign closures affecting the city. we're seeing 30-minute delays on the regional rails. you can see that pretty much
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affecting everyone. due to signal problems. we're seeing that affecting the regional rails. this is where a lot of the overflow of passengers are headed because of the septa strike. which of course trickling back in slowly will have full service back in by tomorrow. 44 minutes southbound from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. this is on 95, an accident around allegheny avenue creating slow speeds into center city. it's a cold start this morning if you have another walk to work or hop on the bicycle, chilly start, the breeze is blowing. temperatures in the 30s, even philadelphia right now at 39 degrees. the good news is, we will see this morning chill disappear with bright sunshine, warm into the 50s this afternoon. that's typical for philadelphia. 57 degrees. 55 degrees in the suburbs and for new jersey, and with the wind subsiding tonight, another chilly night and a chilly start tomorrow morning at the bus stop. a beautiful warmup into the upper 60s for tomorrow. >> get out and vote. >> good news to start the week.
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the septa strike is over. local updates throughout the morning on the nbc 10 app. >> thanks for joining us. >> first alert forecast onç 101 more f.m. >> there you go. good morning. down to the wire. with one day to go, donald trump and hillary clinton on a final battleground blitz. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> the fbi giving clinton a last-minute bot, concluding their e-mail search saying there is nothing on anthony weiner's laptop to warrant action. trump blasting that decision. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. >> the last-minute push is on. the race is still tight. with hours to go, how will each side try to seal the deal. their campaign managers are making their final arguments right here "today," monday, november 7th, .

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