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with 13 hours away from polls opening in our area. the polls open at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning in our area and 7:00 in pennsylvania and delaware. nbc 10 is your election headquarters. we'll be with you from now until 8:00 p.m., covering the raises that matter most to you. i'm keith jones. >> reporter: i'm erin coleman coming to you live from new york city. this is where donald trump and hillary clinton will be tomorrow night at their campaign headquarters, watching those returns come in. but tonight, both of them are in the midst of one last frantic day of campaigning. we have team coverage tonight. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live on philadelphia's independence mall, a big event for a star-studded election rally for hillary clinton. the obamas, bill clinton, her daughter chelsea clinton, also bon jovi, bruce springsteen. we want to begin with deanna durante in scranton, p.a., at a
trump event getting ready to start in just a few minutes. >> reporter: we talked with many parents who brought their children here. they say they want them to witness history. to them, trump is anti-establishment. he's not a pick by either party, making him the best candidate for them. >> he's been speaking what i've been feeling. all our jobs are going overseas. my son's job, a computer engineer, he's studying, he said, ma, i may have to get a job in japan. i don't want my son, my family, have to leave the country to get a decent job. >> i'm here because this is one of the last ones here in p.a. i'm a veteran. my son is active duty. i have a lot of family and friends still active duty. veterans' issues are a big thing for me. >> reporter: trump will be joined by former new york mayor rudy guiliani. his son eric is supposed to be here in the crowd of more than
4500. voters as far south as south carolina say they want to be here for one of the last campaign events. >> reporter: and trump again is campaigning long before dawn. he arrived in sarasota, florida at 3:30 this morning, but only hours later the republican candidate hit the stage asking supporters for their votes and taking swipes at his rivals. >> hillary clinton is being protected by a totally rigged system. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow. >> reporter: trump predicted a win in florida and nationally, and says he is in it to win it, not to get credit for starting a
movement. hillary clinton started her day at pittsburgh and flew to michigan and will return to independence hall later this evening. >> i'm here to ask you to vote for yourselves. vote for your families. vote for your futures. vote on the issues that matter to you, because they are on the ballot, not just my name and my opponent's name. >> reporter: now, clinton left pittsburgh for michigan where her once double digit lead over trump has fallen there. we have skyforce 10 live over independence mall were the crowds are gathering for the rally tonight. she'll be joined by president obama and the first lady. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live on independence mall. lauren, quite a big night out there. >> reporter: a huge night, erin.
yes, hillary clinton has had plenty of rallies here in philadelphia this cycle but not like this one. as you can see behind me, security is tight here tonight because we are not just talking about the democratic nominee but also the current president and the first lady. let's take another look from skyforce 10 as the crowds move in towards independence mall. a lot of folks are coming with their signs and buttons, their t-shirts, ready to be a parts of the tonight. of course it's not just the politicians tonight but also the entertainers, something hillary clinton has been using in the final days of the campaign. bon jovi and bruce springsteen making this a must-see event for supporters. we saw all ages waiting to get into this rally. there were long time female friends who came out to see the woman they hope will make history as president. parents who brought their kids. and millennials, a potentially powerful voting group hillary clinton has working to win over. we talked to temple students who
once supported bernie sanders but today are here for hillary clinton. do you feel like she has embraced the things that he fought for? >> i think a whole lot. >> and i think it helps that she really wants to use his ideas and use him to help her with her campaign. it's really good for bernie's supporters to help support hillary clinton in the polls. >> reporter: a live look from skyforce 10, i can tell you those were not the only college students i met today. i met some others from westchester university, they were in line to see hillary clinton. they told me there were a lot of bernie sanders voters on their campus, some of whom will not be voting. that's a concern for hillary clinton, they want to bring millennial voters to the polls tomorrow. why are they here in philadelphia today? of course this is an important area for her to win pennsylvania. but also because no early voting here in pennsylvania. it all comes down to election day tomorrow. live in old city, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news.
>> reporter: it will be a big night out there, lauren. and as you might imagine, road closures are in effect because of that big rally going on on independence mall. let's head to nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington, give us a check of the roads. >> market street is closed between 4th and 7th, 5th street closed between arch and market, and 5th street closed at chestnut. that starts around 7:00. the closures of course have been in place since 10:00 this morning. also mass transit, having problems there, limited service on the market/frankford line, making all stops every six minutes with the exception of the independence mall station. you won't be able to get off there. if you need to drive in, you need to get to independence hall and that area, you can have some parking options. so parking garages will make it
easier to get around. all of those are options right here. you can keep updated and follow me on twitter. i'll have all these posted throughout the afternoon and evening. >> reporter: all right, we checked on the roads, now let's check on the forecast. weather, voter turnout, they really go hand and hand. let's check in with nbc 10 first alert meteorologist sheena parve parveen. sheena, what can voters expect tomorrow? >> erin, a nice dry day, that's the good news. but a cold start for election day. if you're heading out in the morning, make sure you grab the jacket. temperatures will be in the 30s by 7:00 a.m. our pennsylvania suburbs and into the lehigh valley, about the mid-30s. we could see a little bit of patchy frost in parts of northern delaware as well, with temperatures there close to the upper 30s, even some of our new jersey neighborhoods. it will be a cold start to the day. but fast throughoin fact throug tomorrow it will be one of the warmest days of the week. if you're heading to the polls,
it's going to be nice and dry. whether you're heading in the morning, the afternoon, or later in the evening right before the polls close. coming up i'll show you a more detailed look at your election day forecast. also our next chance of rain coming up in the next couple of days as well, that's straight ahead. >> reporter: all right, sheena, thanks for that. now to a developing story we're following out of montgomery county. absentee ballot problems in that county that could leigh thousan leave thousands enable to vote. investigative reporter mitch blacher found some people are still waiting. mitch, you have some new numbers. >> reporter: erin, the latest numbers show thousands of absentee ballots showed up in montgomery county over the weekend and today but there are still thousands unaccounted for. the county says it mailed nearly 30,000 absentee ballots and we've just learned the last batch went out as late as november 5th. some voters continue to say they have not received their ballots and since we first started reporting this story last week,
we've been investigating why montgomery county's absentee ballots went out later than unusual. tonight at 11:00, we reveal what we found as an insider talks exclusively with the nbc 10 investigators. >> and i thought, i can't stay here, number one, the writing's on the wall, if they're not utilizing me now, they're going to kick me out as soon as the election is over, or two, i'm going to be the scapegoat. >> reporter: and we have more from that interview with montgomery county's former election manager and questions for the county commissioner in charge of ensuring smooth elections. as of thursday the county was waiting for 17,000 ballots to come back in. that number is now down to 9,000. the deadline to get them into the county is tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. and erin, we will be watching. >> reporter: we know you will, mitch, thanks for that. if you have a problem casting a ballot tomorrow, we definitely want to hear from you. nbc 10 has set up a hotline
number for problems at the polls. call us at 877-nbc-wcau, 877-622-9228. you can also find that number on the nbc 10 app. nbc 10 is your place for decision 2016. join us for a live one-hour special tonight, "campaign countdown," a breakdown from our political pudnchout team and a live report from the presidential campaigns, tonight at 8:00 on nbc 10. our election eve coverage will continue in our next half hour with a look at the battleground on your television. the story of one local grandmother who ended up with a role in the race for the white house. that's ahead at 5:30. for now, we're live in new york city, 7th avenue, manhattan, erin coleman, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, erin, see you in about 19 minutes. this is a big day, guys, with some huge stories we're following right now. the other big story, unfolding
on the roads and rails tonight, we're talking of course about septa's subways, busses, trollies, they're rolling once again. the week-long walkout by septa workers ended this morning, just in time for election day. and tonight, service is gradually returning to normal. >> reporter: hey, keith. in this first rush hour on a workday since the strike ended, you can see the subway steps right
here. not all together congested. so when will your route on septa be fully restored? we'll have that story next. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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folks, the septa strike is over. the broad street line is running once again. that's good news for sixers fans. a live look at the wells fargo center in south philadelphia. service on septa's busses, trollies, and subways is returning to normal. lots of relief, cydney, but septa still not up to full speed. >> reporter: hey, keith, not at all. even though there are relief, the proof is in the numbers out here this afternoon. take a look at 11th and market. the bus stop, some of the cars are blocking our view right now, but hardly anyone here at the bus stop. also here the market, frankford, l, the lines here, the steps you can see not congested as service will not be fully restored to 100% until tomorrow morning.
with some 51 of 83 septa bus and trolley routes on the move again across center city, riders can't put their full faith on track yet. linda dixon evans is thankful septa plans to take care of riders with a 4 to $21 credit for weekly passes that expired during the strike. and with negotiations now in the rearview mirror by just 12 hours -- >> when i do ride, i ride them all. >> reporter: it will likely take another 12 until 6:00 a.m. tuesday to restore all septa transit routes at 100%. wanda davis heas a family of three that relies on septa. >> i don't have to worry about getting my son to rehearsal. >> reporter: she says she'll spend the few extra dollars tonight until she knows the routes she relies on are full
steam ahead. >> i had to get in a cab today to handle my business. >> reporter: this woman thought about not voting on tuesday if she couldn't get there. hopefully that won't happen. so for six days, computers waited and wondered on the sidelines, as these negotiations took place between septa and the transportation union. so was it worth it? we're digging in to get some of those answers. we'll try to get some of them answered for you tonight at 6:00. i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news, center city. >> cydney, thank you. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington is keeping an eye on the traffic. >> we're seeing some of the
residual delay on the regional rails. 15 minute delays there. not expecting full service to be restored for septa until tomorrow. seeing limited service for the buses. some trollies have resumed again. limited service there. broad street service is running every ten minutes with limited service there. every six minutes on the market/frankford line. the independence hall station is closed this evening because of the campaign and rallies going on throughout the city. i don't know what's going on here, it looks like they've moved this camera. it was supposed to be the expressway around 8th street. looks like they're actually filming. it might be the motorcade moving through. something like that around the area. we're trying to watch through the old city area, there may be different areas that have closures as well because of the hillary clinton rally that is closing down the independence malarea. 33 minutes on the schuylkill heading into center city.
eastbound, average speed in the 20s, keith. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general, has died. her family confirmed to nbc news she passed early this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. during her eight years in office, she was the epicenter for several political storms including the fbi raid in waco and the saga of elian gonzalez. reno was 78 years old. dozens of buildings were damaged after an earthquake in central oklahoma. the 5.0 magnitude quake in oklahoma city last night. some minor injuries reported. officials say this is the largest earthquake they've ever had. there were some reports of shaking or movement in the same area every day for the last eight days. meanwhile back at home, really nice weather to talk about, if you can handle 50, 60-degree weather. a lot of people are hoping it
stays that way at the polls tomorrow, sheena. >> keith, tomorrow at the polls it will be warmer by the afternoon. in the morning is when it will be the coldest, temperatures in the 30s. for now, dry and chilly outside. the sun is setting. we do have those earlier sunsets since we fell back this weekend. 52 in wilmington. temperatures are dropping off pretty quickly. 51, lehigh valley, pennsylvania suburbs. we'll look at our south jersey neighborhoods, some areas already in the 40s with the sun setting now. 47 degrees washington township. mulligan hill, 47 degrees. 51 in princeton. already down to 44 degrees. we're nice and dry on radar. that's going to be a good thing tomorrow. it's going to be chilly in the morning. through the afternoon, staying nice and dry. by wednesday, we're going to watch that area of rain way off to our west. the good news is it won't be
here until election day. i think everybody should have a pretty good commuting day weather-wise. we're not looking at any weather issues. if you're heading to the polls around 7:00 a.m., philadelphia area, upper 30s. lehi lehigh valley, south jersey, expect temperatures in the upper 30s by 7:00 a.m. by lunchtime if that's when you're heading to the polls, temperatures should be in the mid- to low 660s. we'll be topping out in the afternoon in the upper 60s. by 8:00, mid- to upper 50s. you might want a jacket in the morning and the evening. middle of the day, topping out in the upper 60s, a pretty warm day relatively speaking. normal high, 60 degrees. by wednesday we drop back down to the upper 50s. thursday, we stay cold. friday, we stay around 60 degrees. tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week. nice and dry, this is future weather. we're looking at 1:00 tomorrow morning. later tuesday night, clouds
increase. there is the rain i was talking about, 8:00 wednesday morning. the morning commute looks like we could start to see some widespread maybe light to moderate rain. keep that in mind for the morning. lunchtime, the rain should still be lingering. we're expecting hours of this rain. it looks heavy and steady. by wednesday night into thursday, we see a lot more clearing. temperatures will be dropping once again. then we go into friday. friday night, sunny, 60 degrees. saturday, look at the high there, 48 degrees. we're going to start in the 30s. that's going to be the coldest day so far. and aside from that, it's going to be windy on saturday. it will feel even colder. by sunday, pretty cold, next week mostly in the 60s. we'll look at your neighborhood forecast, another look at your election day forecast if you missed it, that's coming up. after months of talking from the candidates, it's time for the voters to have our say. the first polls open in our area in less than 13 hours. if getting to your polling place
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free rental tomorrow to encourage people to vote. whether you live in upper darby or collinswood, customers can rent a car for free. people have been calling to make reservations since friday of last week. parts of delaware, a week-long food drive is under way, part of the 19th annual stuff the bus thanksgiving food drive. the public is invited to donate canned goods, cereal, and household products at six sites. today the bus was packed in
milford. last year the program collected just over nine tons of items for the food bank of delaware. at the jersey shore, students spent the day raising awareness of bullying. students and staff walked to hammo hammondton high school and back. the program stresses the importance of being respectful and kind to everyone. >> reporter: i'm erin coleman, heading up our coverage on this election eve. we're live in new york city. up next, the battleground on your television. ads competing for your attention. and the one that gave a local grandmother a role in the race for the white house. those stories and more ahead on nbc 10 news at 5:00. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess at a neighborhood favorite - a
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to pennsylvania. we're now just 13 hours away from the first polls opening in our area. the polls open in new jersey at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. and at 7:00 a.m. in pennsylvania and in delaware. i'm erin coleman, coming to you live right now from midtown manhattan in new york city. both hillary clinton and donald trump will be here tomorrow night at their campaign
headquarters. but for right now, they are making one final push for pennsylvania. in fact, donald trump will be speaking at any moment in scranton. this is a live look now in scranton, p.a. he'll be speaking at lackawanna college. trump's running mate also in pennsylvania today. mike pence spoke at penn state campus in erie. trump's son eric appeared in state college and in pittsburgh. skyforce 10 is over independence mall where in just a few hours, hillary clinton and her family will make a final pitch to voters there. she will be joined by president obama and the first lady, bruce springsteen and bon jovi. that rally begins at 7:30. now, as election day looms, hillary clinton and her allies are outspending donald trump and his backe erers two to one in battleground states. tonight, nbc 10's lauren mayk has a behind the scenes look at clinton's ad campaign and the role that a local grandmother is playing.
>> putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. >> hillary clinton failed he's single time. >> reporter: it's a battleground on your tv. competing for your attention. >> donald trump is a bully in the playground. and i worry about the kind of world i'm going to leaving to my grandchildren. >> reporter: in this ad, this montgomery county grandmother has a role in the 2016 race. >> i just had to have my say. whether anybody listens or not, i just needed to have my say. >> reporter: she was part of an ad from a group called local voices. it was filmed here at her house. that's where we met the long time republican turned democrat who says she's voting for hillary clinton. what kind of reaction have you gotten? >> most people are like, oh, my god, i can't believe you did that, good for you. >> reporter: her ad has a softer tone set to pukmusic. not all the ads are that way. >> hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude. >> she was like an eating
machine. >> reporter: pennsylvania is the fourth biggest spending in the race. $29 million for pro-clinton ad, $15 million for pro-trump ones. >> this is the worst election season i've seen in years. i think they're going to spend that kind of money on ads, the public should be more informed. >> reporter: even enid is tired of seeing them. >> i know trump said all the things he said. but i don't want to hear about them anymore. >> reporter: and this race heads toward the finish line. do you feel that yours was effective, that others have been effective? >> i don't know. because no one has said to me, oh, gee, i was going to vote republican and now i'm going to vote democrat because of what you said. but i think it gave them something to think about. >> reporter: clinton has had a very busy day. earlier today she was in allendale, michigan. she also traveled to pittsburgh and rally, north carolina before
her scheduled stop in philadelphia later this evening. now to some video of donald trump, who was also in rally, north carolina this afternoon. he has a full agenda today as well with campaign stops in florida, pennsylvania, and in new hampshire. he also plans to hit several states after he casts his vote tomorrow in new york. and he is going to be here tomorrow in midtown, really not even a block away from where we are at the hilton hotel with a lot of his supporters, a lot of surrogates we've seen on the campaign trail. one of those big names, new jersey governor chris christie. and his role in the campaign has certainly evolved over the last year or so. >> i won't stop talking. >> reporter: they started out fighting for the same position. >> what you get to do is just talk and talk and talk. >> i've been very nice to you, although i could probably maybe not be. >> reporter: but just 16 days after suspending his own campaign for president, new jersey governor chris christie was the very first of the former candidates to throw his full muscle behind donald trump. >> america needs someone who is
going to make sure that hillary clinton doesn't get within ten miles of the white house. donald trump can do it. >> he's head of his transition team. he knows what it's like to win in a blue state, he's done it overwhelmingly twice. and i think that appeals to trump. >> reporter: he is the chair of the philadelphia republican party. while some have criticized christie for spending too much time away from the garden state, he believes the trump/christie alliance is actually a good thing. >> i think any time you get someone on the national stage that has a position of authority, i think it creates more opportunities for that area. every time new jersey is mentioned in national media and things like that, it forces people to focus on new jersey, businesses on new jersey. >> reporter: could christie be securing his spot should trump win the election? republican analyst jim schultz says absolutely. >> i certainly think if we see a donald trump presidency, we could see chris christie in the cabinet, be it attorney general,
secretary of state, or department of homeland security head. >> reporter: back live to scranton, right now donald trump is in his final bid to energize supporters. trump again expected to speak here at lackawanna college at any moment now. trump's running mate, mike pence, was at penn state campus today in erie. the candidates will campaign very late into the night. just a few hours for hillary clinton, taking the stage at independence mall. a live view from skyforce 10 showing people already lining up for this event. clinton will be joined by her family, bruce springsteen, jon bon jovi, that rally beginning at 7:00. tonight's rally on independence mall is creating a little bit of traffic headaches down there. some roads are closed. let's check in with nbc 10's first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington to see how things are looking. >> thanks, erin. big delays out there. one of our cameras live over the vine street expressway where it intersects with the schuylkill,
30th street station, you can see the schuylkill expressway. eastbound is jammed. this is closer towards the 30th street station side. when you move a little bit further east, moving towards 95, we do have some ramp restrictions and closures. to our other cameras, that partially is probably why we're seeing some of that delay through center city. that's why these are actually here, because of the hillary clinton rally there. you're seeing some ramp restrictions around 8th street, diverting traffic around the scene. so around the scene of what? the hillary clinton rally is on market street. 4th through 7th street is blocked off on 5th street between arch and market, on 6th street between arch and chestnut. the market/frankford line is running with limited service. it's making station stops every six minutes with the exception of the 5th street/independence hall station where the hillary clinton rally is, erin. >> reporter: thanks for that.
record turnout is expected tomorrow. we know that the weather plays a role in how many people head to the polls. let's turn to nbc 10's first alert meteorologist sheena parveen. >> erin, as you can tell right now, it's already getting cold outside. temperatures are quickly dropping, in the low 50s across the area. clear skies as we go overnight tonight into tomorrow, leading to a clear start to your morning. as we go overnight, we're dropping into the 30s. this is 7:30 a.m. shortly after the polls open. 36 in philadelphia. atlantic city, 39 degrees. reading, 34. allentown, 33. it's going to be a cold start if you're heading to the polls early, you're definitely going to want the jacket. the good news is we'll stay nice and dry. we'll be dry all day. by the afternoon, though, it's going to be the warmest day out of the week. if you are heading to the polls later at night tomorrow, before the polls close at 8:00, it's going to get cool again. we'll show you all those numbers. a closer look at your election
day forecast and our next chance for rain, that's coming up. >> reporter: all right, sheena, thank you. listen up, this is very important information. if you have a problem casting a ballot tomorrow, we definitely want to hear from you. nbc 10 has set up a hotline number for problems at the polls. 877-nbc-wcau. again, 877-622-9228. you can also find the number on the nbc 10 app. nbc 10 is your place for decision 2016. join us for a live one-hour special tonight, campaign countdown, get the breakdown from our political punchout experts and live reports from both presidential campaigns. that's tonight from 7:00 to 8:00, right here on nbc 10. our election eve coverage continues tonight with a voting refresher course, a rundown of what you should bring, what you don't have to bring, and there's something that you may not want to do once you get there, coming
up at 5:55. erin coleman, nbc 10 news. >> erin, thank you. erin, of course, there's speculation into tomorrow's election, a lot of people have opinions about it. kids at one school have a serious legacy to uphold. they're political predictors. for 48 years they've any been wrong. that story is straight ahead. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle.
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everyone is speculating about who will win tomorrow's presidential election. in recent years, one of the most accurate predictors of the election has been one new york city elementary school classroom. today
was election day at benjamin franklin elementary school. since 1968, students in this classroom have correctly predicted the correct president every four years. by the end of the day, the votes were in. and the results were revealed. >> hillary clinton! >> we think the kids here have
esp. who do you think is going to win this time? >> hillary. >> were you evho is going to wi? >> i'm hoping donald does. >> do you think your school got it right? >> i think so. >> hillary clinton won the popular vote with 52% according to these kids. teachers say the important thing is, whether they got it right or wrong, that they participated and learned every vote counts. that's an important lesson to take to the polls tomorrow. eagles fans are reeling after the team's latest letdown. some are questioning the head coach's decisions during crunch time. he isn't backing down. we head to csn studios, next. i'll have the detailed forecast. and we have much more from the campaign trail this election eve. donald trump is expected to
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the septa strike is over, and no one is happier about it than commuters at the 69th street terminal. skyforce 10 live overhead, good news for sixer fan service. buses and trolleys are returning to normal. i think that's actually independence mall where the hillary clinton event will takes place. by the way, septa is still not up to full speed.
jessica boyington is keeping track of traffic. >> dealing with some of those delays because of the septa strike, we're seeing massive delays in center city. vine street almost at a stand still, this is near the 30th street station. the schuylkill expressway moving eastbound, seeing delays at 45 minutes, headed from the blue route to the vine street expressway. ramp closures there because of the hillary clinton rally. with the combination of that and septa, we're seeing delays. regional rail, 15-minute delays there due to power problems. we're checking in with the delays for buses. they're having limited service. trolley is limited service as well. trollies 10, 11, 13, 15, 34, and 48 have resumed service. the market/frankford line, limited service as well. they're running trains every six minutes. no service to independence hall
station, that's something you want to pay attention to if you're heading to the hillary clinton rally. still some delays by tomorrow morning should be pretty much back to normal, keith. >> great information, keith, thank you. a live look inside a dark lincoln financial field. lights out here, not the way the team played yesterday. the eagles looked to rebound against the atlanta falcons this sunday. meantime the birds faithful are reeling from the team's latest letdown against the new york football giants. csn's john clark joins us, a lot of questions for the eagles head coach today. >> you're right, keith, another mo morose monday for the eagles fans. each one of those losses, the birds lost by a touchdown or less and had a chance to win it in the fourth quarter. close, tough losses. the eagles had the baugh nine times within the giants' 23-yard
line. they only scored two touchdowns. their final play could have been for the win. carson wentz, jordan matthews, they just could not connect. the eagles lost by five points, 0-3 in the division. in crunch time they can't pull out these close games. coach doug bepeterson believes e team will learn and grow from these close losses. >> as we build this thing, we're going to win the games down the stretch as we go. that's part of heading in the right direction for me. overall, keep working and keep grinding, because like i tell the team, you know, after games like this, i promise them, if they keep working the way they've been working, good things will happen down the stretch. >> the eagles have had a lot of road games lately. four of their last five on the road. they've also lost four of their last five. they'll be happy to be back home against the falcons, birds are
3-0. what does doug pederson have to say today about going forward on those fourth downs? we'll have his reaction at 6:20. >> looking forward to that, john, thanks. the team hasn't lost a game yet, you just heard john say that. the eagles play falcons sunday 1:00. join us before the game at 9:30 sunday. we'll get you ready with "eagles game day kickoff." after the game we have you covered with "eagles game day final," after nbc 10 news at 11:00. your first alert forecast now, a lot of people hoping for today's weather tomorrow. sheena parveen joins us with your neighborhood and polling place forecast. sheena? >> yeah, keith, tomorrow is going to be nicer than today, because it's going to be warmer than today. not in the morning, though. the morning will still be in the 30s. by the afternoon, we'll be in the 60s. right now we're in the mid- to low 50s. now the sunset is earlier, temperatures are cooling down faster. 54 right now in philadelphia, many pennsylvania suburbs in the
low 50s, upper 40s at this hour. unionville, 47. exton 46 degrees. bucks county, mid- to upper 40s right now. ft. washington, 45. new hope, bucks county, 47 degrees. tomorrow morning, 30-degree temperatures will be in place with many of the polls open. so for the morning hours, you will want the jacket. i'll show you that forecast for election day in just a second. but through the afternoon, dry and warmer than today. so it could be a lot more comfortable. you're not going to have to worry about the umbrella until wednesday. wednesday we do have the rain moving in. good news for tomorrow, it's going to stay nice and dry. no issues weather-wise. by 7:00 a.m., pennsylvania suburbs, 34 degrees. philadelphia area, 38 degrees. south jersey neighborhoods, mostly in the mid-30s along the shore, upper 30s as well as delaware. by lunchtime, if that's when you're heading to the polls, sunny skies. temperatures already in the low to mid-60s. topping out in the upper 60s.
if you are going to be out before the polls close, temperatures by 8:00 p.m. coming in about the mid- to upper 50s. it will get cool faster with the sun setting earlier. an area of high pressure will keep us dry through today and tomorrow. there is rain back off to our west. as it moves in, it shouldn't be too much more impressive than what it looks like right now. right now it's mostly line rain falling. that's what we expect through the day wednesday. tomorrow, still nice and dry. 68 for the high in fairmount. schwenksville, 67. sunny skies, long port 66. if you're in newark, expect the temperature to reach 68 degrees in the afternoon. here is future weather. nice and dry for your tuesday. we're not seeing anything in the way of rain. clouds increase tuesday night. that's 10:00 p.m. the rain moves in in time for your wednesday morning commute. so far, pretty widespread light rain, could see moderate rain in
there. around lunchtime we'll see the rain, leaving for your wednesday evening commute. we'll be drying as we go into thursday. so the forecast over the next couple of days, temperature-wise we're going to see a bit of a swing. upper 60s tomorrow, upper 50s into wednesday. cold and window as we start saturday, 48 degrees. a look at your forecast with glenn coming up at 6:00. the first polls open in our area in just about 12 hours. when you go to cast your vote, there's a few things you'll want to be aware of. >> reporter: from the rules on selfies to what you should and shouldn't wear. we'll have the do's and don't's at the polling places.
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i'm erin coleman joining you live once again from new york city. this is where hillary clinton and
donald trump will be in our area. the first polls open in our area 12 hours from now. delaware bureau reporter tim furlong runs us through some polling place do's and don't's. >> reporter: these voting machines in wilmington will be humming tomorrow. >> you have to blame yourself if you don't vote. every vote matters. >> reporter: turnout is expected
around the 70% mark in delaware. here the rules are statewide. you'll need to bring an i.d. even a utility bill will be okay. what you shouldn't bring, any clothes that show who you're voting for. >> any slogans or political t-shirts or things like that. folks will be asked to cover those up. our goal is to maintain an impartial and orderly environment. >> reporter: justin timberlake got consolidated for snapping a selfie in the voting booth. in pennsylvania, there's no law against electronic devices in the polls, but they hope voters don't post to social media until after they leave. in new jersey, they're a no-no, but it doesn't look like the rule gets enforced, same in delaware if you keep it low key. that said, going live from the booth is probably a bad idea.
>> no facebook live, i'm just going to go in there and vote. >> reporter: tim furlong, nbc 10 news. the polls open in new jersey at 6:00 tomorrow morning, 7:00 in pennsylvania, and delaware. for now, let's toss it back to jim and jacqueline for a look at what's ahead on nbc 10 news at 6:00. donald trump and hillary clinton are holding rallies in the keystone state with election day just hours away. we have team coverage of both of their stops including hillary clinton's rally in philadelphia, plus supporters of both candidates are talking to nbc 10 tonight. a fight for the senate. pat toomey and katie mcginty campaigning in full force. i'm tracking your election day forecast. what you need to know before heading to the polls.
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presidential candidates taking nothing for granted. trump criss-crossing several states. clinton joining a star-studded lineup tonight. what can you expect? will weather be a wild card? plus a senate showdown in pennsylvania goes down to the wire. nbc 10 news at 6:00 starts now. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. an all-out final play for pennsylvania. skyforce 10 over independence
mall in philadelphia where hillary clinton license holding a star-studded rally. that's on the left. on the right, donald trump is getting ready to take the stage in scranton. both candidates have spent the day on the campaign trail trying to fit in as many rallies as they can before election day. >> local voters will be able to cast their ballots beginning in just 12 hours. more than a year of rallies, speeches, and debates have all led up to election eve. i'm jim rosenfield. >> i'm jacqueline london. we have team coverage. deanna durante is in scranton with the trump campaign. but we begin with the clinton nbc 10's lauren mayk is live at independence mall. lauren, clinton will be joined by president obama, the first lady, along with some celebrity singers. >> reporter: that's right, jacqueline and jim. independence mall has been transformed in what the campaign and supporters