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we have a lot of people talking about that this morning. it's 6:00 a.m., i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. we'll go right to meteorologist bill henley. the most accurate forecast for you. hey, bill. good morning. there are a few showers in the suburbs, but we have seen some steadier rain in cape may this morning and farther to the south in southern delaware. just light stuff. nothing heavy like yesterday. you can see the light rainstorms are about to taper off in cape may to the cape may courthouse. and to the south, that's where the steadier rain is. in the meantime, we have a few sprinkles moving through the suburbs and starting to move into philadelphia. we are not completely done with the wet weather yet. the suburbs at 64 degrees. a few sprinkles in king of prussia. but we'll get some sunshine and start to see the sun break through the clouds this morning. 67 degrees at 9:00. by noontime, 73 degrees. and then close to 80 degrees for the suburbs today.
the sunshine will break through the clouds in the lehigh valley and delaware, too. 81 degrees in philadelphia this afternoon. and delaware, right up to 80 degrees for the lehigh valley and new jersey. it's 80 there. the clouds will linger a little longer. the showers will shut off this morning as we get breaks of sunshine for this afternoon. we'll walk you through it hour by hour when i come back in a few minutes. but first we'll see how the traffic is moving. jessica boyington has an update from the first-alert traffic center. we have a crash on the northbound side near with traffic getting by, but it is slow. near route 1 at roberts avenue, it looks good. no delays northbound or southbound. southbound to the schuylkill, it will start to jam up just a little bit once you approach the schuylkill expressway. the new jersey roads look good. we are clear on the 42 freeway and the new jersey turnpike and 295 in the northbound and southbound sides. and it will end on route 73 near
route 561. no problems as the roads look pretty dry. vai and tracy, back to you. we are following breaking news as one person is dead in a house fire in kensington that injured two others, including a firefighter. >> matt delucia is joining us live at temple hospital where the injured were taken. matt, homicide investigators were at the house fire scene earlier this morning, what have you learned? >> reporter: right. and they are investigating whether foul play was involved or not in this case. the fire is out and it happened last night in the 1800 block of east clementine street in kensington. take a look at what the scene looked like earlier this morning. again, this started at 10:40 last evening with heavy flames on the first floor of the house. the firefighters found a man dead on the second floor. and before they got to that scene, there was another man who jumped out of the second-story window who is here at temple university hospital in stable condition. a firefighter was also treated for heat-related issues but is expected to be okay. now, again, that cause of the
fire is still under investigation. the fire marshal was out there earlier this morning as philly police crime scene unit and homicide investigators were out there as well to see if there was foul play involved in this case. but at this point, it has not yet been determined. they are also trying to determine if there are working smoke detectors in the house at the time. so we'll keep you posted on what we learn in this investigation. for now live at temple university, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." thank you. the philadelphia mother says her children could have been killed or seriously injured after they got caught in the crossfire when a gunman fired at police officers. the police got a call about a man with a gun on north fairhill street in north philadelphia yesterday afternoon. according to witnesses, police told the man to drop the gun. instead, he opened fire on the officers. the police fired back hitting the man. several bullets fired by the gunman hit the family's home and one went into a second-floor bedroom and just came within inches of a 15-year-old girl's head. >> i was in my mom's room watching tv and the bullet came
fly manager the window. >> it was scary, very scary. >> the mother scrambled to account for each of her four children. at least one of whom was outside. no one in the home was hurt and no officers were hurt. the gunman is still in the hospital. and new from overnight, one man is dead after being shot multiple times on the north philadelphia streets. police were called to north 19th street around 10:00 last night. you can see the bullet casings there littering the street. the investigators say the victim who lived on the street was involved in a shoot-out with another man. police are checking home surveillance cameras for evidence. there are no arrests so far. and philadelphia police home new images of a suspect's car will help to catch the driver responsible for running the woman over and killing her. take a look at this vehicle. police say it was involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash in center city over the weekend. the investigators say it's a newer model white jeep wrangler. the suv has large tires and a spare tire at the back. and it will have front-end
damage. the crash happened early sunday morning near the corner of 13th and race. anne robert was killed crossing the street and the driver never stopped. it's 6:05. now to an update on the prescription drug fraud investigation at the jersey shore. nbc 10 learned the margate city school district and ventnor school districts received subpoenas from the prosecutor's office to get information on employees and health insurance coverage. last month we told you similar subpoenas were issued to margate, ventnor and atlantic city asking for information on city employees. fishes are investigating whether the employees could be involved in prescription drug insurance fraud. and 6:05 and 69 degrees in philadelphia. a new study shows pennsylvania is among the states where the cdc may have understated how bad the opioid epidemic is. the study revealed the findings just after the report by the president's opioid commission
released its report. based on the math by the cdc, pennsylvania had the 32nd worst rate for opioid deaths. but factoring in the drugs not in the report, the number skyrockets to 7th in the nation. for opiod deaths, pennsylvania jumped from 20th to 4th. and months after a deadly prison standoff in january, the attorney general's office says indictments could come in the next 90 days. it's been more than six months since lieutenant stephen lloyd was killed at the detection center in new smyrna. five guards have sued the state of delaware saying officials have ignored security and staffing problems. and cash and chicken caesar wrap is what police say the man in these images got away with after robbing a wawa. he terrified a clerk sunday before 1:00 a.m. he grabbed the wrap, walked over
to the cashier, demanded cash and took off after getting what he wanted. just about 70 degrees right now in the 6:00 hour as we give you a live picture of boathouse row. we're going to see the sun today, but we didn't see it much yesterday. we'll check in with meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood forecast. hey, bill. >> hey, if you're starting to thin out, we'll have the lingering clouds take their time completely. so gradually the skies will be sunny this afternoon. fewer clouds this morning than this afternoon. that will set the clearing for the autumn-like evening with dry air moving in. and the humidity comes down as we cool into the 70s this evening. a few showers here with a few clouds from the lehigh valley to philadelphia. and at the shore, we're seeing the light rain showers, the heavy rain is out of the picture for now. and the last few showers this morning, we'll see them move through. they are barely coming down.
these are sprinkles in montgomery and bucks county and into philadelphia. so you may see a rain drop or two, but most of the area is going to be dry. and temperatures that are in the 60s right now, warm into the 70s to near 80 degrees this afternoon. that includes in philadelphia. 69 degrees here in chestnut hill. 68 in bufferton and parkway. sunshine will break through the clouds, but the clouds will be lingering this morning. we'll be in and out of them, 75 degrees at lunchtime. 80 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon in philadelphia. the suburbs and clouds will break this morning. you can see partly cloudy skies this afternoon. 70 to 67 degrees at 4:00. in the lehigh valley, pretty good breaks, too. 70 degrees at 4:00 and low 70s at lunchtime. for delaware, mostly cloudy to start with. sunshine at lunchtime, 74 degrees. then close to 80 degrees this afternoon for delaware and new jersey in and out of the clouds with the rain to take a break
during the day today. the showers at the shore will dry out. we'll see some late day sunshine for the jersey shore. the showers are out of the picture today, but we'll have more chances of rain coming into philadelphia before the weekend. and for the redding area, a chance for showers on friday and into the weekend, too. we'll take you past the weekend with the ten-day on 10 when i'm back in ten minutes. nine minutes past 6:00 a.m. on this tuesday. we'll get a check on traffic in new jersey. >> let's go to traffic reporter jessica boyington who starts there. >> 295 near route 168 near the black horse pike, looking good so far. no problems in either direction northbound to trenton. 13 minutes moving from 38 to this point to get to the black horse pike. you're into the 60s. no delays there. watch for a crash on east broad street near north main street. the here's the blue route near the germantown pike on-ramp.
here's southbound. we'll end with mass transit still doing well for mass transit. typically, we see some slowdowns, but septa and new jersey transit are looking to be on schedule. are you feeling lucky? there's $346 million reasons you may want to grab a lottery ticket tonight. and the countdown is on to the winter olympics to kick off in six months. this morning we're hearing from a local athlete facing a big bet. have a fear of public speaking in there's an app for that. a new program is launched by developers that could give you the confidence to talk in front of crowds.
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6:13, and in six months team usa will take on the world at the olympics in south korea. >> they will begin on february 9th, and one of the bobsledders is joining us this morning. >> that's right. jaime poser is from bucks county. you may remember her from the sochi winter games where she took home the bronze medal in the women's bobsled event. and we're getting new pictures of the olympic venue there. and it looks like things are just about ready. officials in south korea say the venues are 97% complete. the athletes who will take center stage in the arenas and stadiums have been working incredibly hard to get ready for the games. >> my preparation going into the season will be the same as my preparation in sochi.
to give everything i have and to my training, to trust in the process and to show up on that line with no regrets about what i did. and give my absolute best. and hopefully that will be enough at the finish line. >> best of luck to jaime and all the other athletes competing. remember, nbc 10 is your exclusive home for the winter games. we can't wait to watch them with you, vai? >> she's trusting the process. thank you. and new this morning, a fear that many have, public speaking. if english is not your first language, talking to a room full of people can be terrifying. however, a pair of drexel university grads may have found the key. they creating a free app called ori. they say the app takes everything that they have learned and combined it into one place. >> they keep telling us that they need to practice in a safe space before fearing going out in front of others. now she can go in her room,
practice, become more confident and comfortable and show her best to others. and that's the kind of increasing feedback. that's why we created ori. >> they have already had more than 50,000 downloads so far. well, the jackpots in both major lotteries are more than $300 million this week. the mega millions stands at $346 million. that is drawing tonight. and the mega power ball is tomorrow night. but you have better chance of being elected president of the united states or dating a super model. but a lot of people will play and dream. >> jessica, are you getting a ticket? >> i'm not usually a lottery player, but we should go in on it. >> we should. the morning team. >> i'll take 50% and you can split the rest. >> good deal. we'll start with the schuylkill expressway this morning where you still have good luck here. near the conshohocken curve, no big delays.
eastbound blue route to the vine, average speeds in the 50s. we're not seeing big delays yet. watch for a crash on 20 near camel pike. that accident is fresh into the system. and north near north main street, watch for police activity there, too. route 202 is looking good. nine minutes or ten minutes at the most on the southbound side from the schuylkill to route 30. average speeds into the mid-60s. i'll check in with the new jersey routes and route 70 when i come back in ten minutes. 6:17. and here's a live look outside of the wet rain pretty much out of here. so a few clouds as we take a live look at the comcast center. we'll find out what is to come with first-alert meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? you're starting to see breaks in the clouds. still mostly cloudy right now, but it is dry. the rain has ended in philadelphia. we saw a few sprinkles first thing with the clouds lingering,
but we'll get sunshine this afternoon. as you count on some sunshine in wilmington, look at the nice breaks in the clouds. meantime at the shore, cape may, starting to dry out. we have seen some showers this morning in cape may and southern delaware. with clouds breaking, we'll get some sunshine. and it will be a warmer day today. but the humidity is running high this morning after all the rain that drops during the day. 69 degrees right now in philadelphia. 60s for south jersey and delaware. and the suburbs are in the middle 60s. with breaks of sunshine and lower humidity, these temperatures that are in the middle 60s, malburn, they will warm into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees. warr warrenton, 65 degrees. we'll get breaks of sunshine. there goes the last few sprinkles moving through philadelphia. the wet weather will be taking a break. and the clouds will thin out this afternoon. the showers are to the south. that's where we have seen
steadier showers this morning, especially outside of our area. the last few sprinkles are moving through cape may right now and into southern delaware as they see a few rain drops as well. we'll get sunshine and then get a couple of really nice dry days. look how nice and clear it is to our west and to the northwest. look at the warm up, 79 degrees with breaks of sunshine. still a few lingering clouds at the shore, but the clouds will break through the sunshine as well. 81 degrees at the shore. a really pleasant evening and nice weather for wednesday. the humidity is low, 82 degrees is the high temperature. closer to 85 degrees on wednesday is pretty typical. then the rain comes down on friday with showers around on saturday. but there will be breaks in the clouds as well. rain for sunday and monday. and into next tuesday, the more nice weather is on wednesday and
thursday. all right, bill, thank you. 20 minutes past 6:00 right now, more heartache for hbo. what hackers are demanding from the channel to stop posting spoilers. and detecting depression. the way computers are tracking mental health by using people's social media accounts. and inequality manifesto. a controversial letter written by a google employee that appeared to blame women's biology for the gender gap in tech and leadership.
for perpetuating gender stereotypes. the google ceo cut short his vacation to tackle the controversy. this comes four months after google was accused of underpaying women doing the same jobs as men. so the gender gap is a national conversation. we want to hear what you think. why do you think the gap exists and how do we close it? tweet us as we would love to hear from you. and new at 6:00, you can detect depression by looking at your instagram photos. depressed people tend to post photos bluer, darker and grayer than happy posters. computers are 70% accurate in identifying people by scanning their instagram photos. meanwhile, hackers have posted a fresh batch of stolen hbo files online appearing what seems to be scripts from the show "game of thrones." the hackers are demanding a ransom of several hundred million dollars to prevent the release of the entire tv series.
and a pennsylvania lawmaker wants to protect you from being forced to put a chip into your skin. >> they want to make it illegal for employers to require employees to have microchips. the bill comes in response to a wisconsin company implanting microchips in employees. but they are not requiring it, it is just on a voluntary basis. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington right now watching the roads in cherry hill, new jersey, watching route 70. the cameras are near keys highway. we have one or two cars out the highway there near kings highway, no problems out there. we do have a couple accidents that we'll tell you about coming up. now we'll get a check on the forecast with meteorologist bill henley. i have a solution for travel glare some have. it's called cloud cover. we have that this morning, but the clouds are thinning out.
you can see the live view from center city. and the wind is going to make for a nice change later today. 69 degrees at 6:26. the first-alert forecast is just ahead. and the school system that says students need extra immunizations before the first day of class. and is it foul play? one person is found dead in a kensington house fire. what we know about the blaze to bring homicide investigators to the scene. and a search for a child luring suspect. the man in this sketch was trying to get a girl into his car.
one wrong choice online causes a viewer's bill to skyrocket. how the nbc 10 viewer got his cash back. good morning on this tuesday, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. we have a lot going on and we are drying out. boy, we got a lot of rain yesterday. we'll find out what is to come from meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? we had a few sprinkles this morning that fizzled as they moved into philadelphia. the steadier rain has been to the south, but even that is tapering off near cape may and southern delaware. during the day today, we'll get some sunshine. in fact, you can see the clouds have moved from williams poport the mountains. 60s for the suburbs and philadelphia. in the lehigh valley, 67 degrees and the clouds are starting to break. we'll see some sunshine that will warm temperatures into the middle 70s in the lehigh valley.
that's at noontime today. then the low 80s for philadelphia, new jersey and the lehigh valley. and delaware up to 78 degrees in the suburbs. a few sprinkles left in new jersey. first thing this morning, we'll have some breaks of sunshine during the afternoon. i'll break it down hour by hour to show you what it looks like for each part of the day when i come back. but first we'll see how traffic is moving with an update from the first-alert traffic center. we are seeing a crash on the northbound side just around the scene. and in upper dublin we have another crash. and 422 is showing a delay on the eastbound side. we'll look at the roads right back here. eastbound we are clouding up a little bit, but the total drive time is nine minutes eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill. the speeds there are still in the mid-50s. vai and tracy? we are following breaking news this morning.
homicide detectives are looking into whether foul play was involve in the fatal fire in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood. the fire started at 10:30 last night. firefighters found the man dead on the second floor. another man jumped out of the second-floor window. the firefighter was also treated for heat-related issues. and happening now just stop what you're doing and coming to the screen, we'll look at this photo. do you recognize this man to sketch? police in new jersey are looking for him as he tried to lure a girl into his car. >> andy gyllenhaal is joining us live from where this happened. randy, wihat do we know about te suspect? >> reporter: the police say the girl was riding on her bicycle when this happened. the suspect drove up next to her with his window down. and he told the car he was sent by her parents to pick her up and take her home. the girl rode away and quickly
called police. now thanks to her for being described as a man in his 40s with noticeable wrinkles near the eyes and nose. the car is likely a 2003 gold four-door hyundai elantra. this happened in a residential neighborhood on madison avenue on sunday. the child was able to give police the lengthy description of the suspect noting that he had very hairy arms and had a silver ring on his left hand. police are still investigating. they want to talk to this man. if anyone recognizes either the schedule or the surveillance image of the car, they are asked to call police. randy gyllenhaal, "nbc 10 news." and now for a warning for businesses in northeast philadelphia. they say somebody is breaking into shops and restaurants through their roofs. the burglar destroyed three rooftop air conditioners trying to get into benny's crab house
and bar last tuesday. the owner noticed something wrong with the air-conditioning the next day. >> it's upsetting that somebody tries to break in during the middle of the night. it's scary. >> investigators say the burglar was successful twice at other shops in the area. police are advising owners to make sure their alarms are activated and surveillance video equipment is working properly. well, police in atlantic county are looking for this man. the woman just walked out of the store when dirt bikes plowed her down. the rider ditched the bike and kept running. he left her with serious head and internal injuries. and new this morning defense officials say dozens of marines are headed to afghanistan. the country is also asking for
more air support. meanwhile, the national security team is working to it a long-term strategy. >> just say we're going to keep doing what we've been doing, the president is not wanting to accept that. >> the secretary of tillerson is in thailand. he will talk about securities and trade. and william hite will highlight the immunization requirements for students for the upcoming year. students going into the 12th grade near an additional dose of the vaccine to protect against laryngitis. and they need the fourth polio vaccine as well. and sleep apnea is believed to be a factor in last year's
fatal train crash at hoboken terminal. instead, it will make the scr n screening voluntary. and many are mourning the death of dutch daulton. dutch is now the fifth phillies player to catch brain cancer and play on the astroturf. doctors say the occurrence of brain cancer with these close would be related. >> and in 2004 citizens bank park opened. the only remnants of the vet are a few markers in the parking lot noting where the pitcher's home
plate and you can look back at dutch's career to it right now on nbc10.com and on the nbc 10 app. and now time for a look at the stories county by county across the area. >> a hate crime is underway this morning. mohommad and his family were headed home to gallery township from jfk airport on sunday and several bikers started pounding on his sister's minivan in woodbridge. that's when he was bunched and called indian. >> they shattered my window on both sides. they tried to grab my wife and hit her, too. they broke the side mirror and then took off. >> police are looking into this
attack. and officials will open a waterfront technology center. it will be known for public service. wally served as new jersey's governor from 1990 to 1994. and 6:38 and 69 degrees. everything is wet right now, but i think the rain is moving out. >> yeah. meteorologist has the most accurate forecast for your neighborhood. bill? >> it's dry iing out there. the heavier thunderstorms are well to our south. a few scattered showers in southern delaware and a few sprinkles at cape may. the rest of the area is looking at nothing.
we'll get a westerly/northwesterly air to move in to break up the clouds. we'll see temperatures well into the 70s. and more sunshine for the lehigh valley, up to 78 degrees at 4:00. in the 70s starting at noontime. a 60 for most of the morning, but it will warm up. still mostly cloudy at noontime. and at 2:00, later this afternoon the temperatures will warm into the upper 70s with some sunshine for the shore.
and delaware, looking at mostly cloudy skies to start with, 68 degrees. we'll still be in the upper 60s at 8:00. but the clouds will thin out and be drying out nicely. and those northerly winds are still going for it. that means bringer in the sunshine. as we go to the weekend, friday looks like we could see rain moving into the area. and there's a chance for rain into the weekend as well. and it is tuesday morning, august 8th. we'll get a live look at the vine street expressway. >> let's turn to jessica boyington who has you covered heading out the door. jessica? >> this was closed earlier due to construction but not now. it was open for two hours or so.
vine street, not seeing any real delays right now. in conshohocken, we have reports of a downed tree blocked near river road and the 42 freeway is looking good. five-minute speeds into the 50s. and we'll end here with route 5 55. you can see the merge onto that there. that's why we have a delay there. tracy, back to you. a wrong click cost one moda
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"nbc 10 news." >> make sure to delete that from your online banking page to make sure you are paying the right account. if you have a consumer complaint for nbc10 responds, or give us a call. that's so easy to do. and we are 13 minutes from joining the "today" show. look who is back together? >> so where did you grow up? >> you know, i like long walks at sunset. capricorns. we are just getting to know each other because it has been so long. >> yeah. >> three long weeks. >> and it went like this. >> felt like years. years apart. >> anyway, good to see you. coming up on a tuesday here on the show, will the tough new sanctions be enough to solve the north korea crisis, or is the regime getting exactly what it wants. we'll talk about that and more with u.n. ambassador nikki haley to join us live.
and would you take a fitness class from an ex-convict. the claim to try to gain your business. and we'll talk about the athletes to watch. >> when we see you on a tuesday morning, we're calling it reunion tuesday here on "today." back to you. >> i told you, i'm going to start singing "reunited" for you. >> peaches and herb, man, there you go. >> see you in a bit. >> take care. let's take a live look outside at 6:48 at cape may. i always say, the mornings are beautiful at the beach. down at the shore, this morning we have clouds, but they will move out. >> the rain is already tapering off at the shore. we saw the last few showers this morning. they will be at the shore, and this is the view from easton. mostly cloudy over the city.
sunshine this afternoon. ena warm up during the day. temperatures have dropped into 67 for mount holly. and 69 in philadelphia. overall, the temperatures are very close to where we were yesterday. 2 degrees cooler in vineland. up a degree for wilmington. starting off in the 60s, and we'll warm into the 70s to near 80 degrees this afternoon. but the winds have shift ed. it's been high the last few days. still running high this morning. but watch what happens, the temperature goes up slowly. we'll get to near 80 degrees and still close to that mark at 5:00. but the humidity will be falling as the day goes on. now, a few rain drops are falling this morning. we see a few scattered showers in the lehigh valley. nothing more than that for inland valleys. but it is already starting to taper off near southern delaware. and the last rain drops are
moving through cape may. improving conditions all around today. the big storm that came through extends all the way down to my south here. and we'll see the upper 70s for wilmington and northeast philadelphia. still lingering clouds at the shore, but it will be dry and 72 degrees in atlantic city. then we warm into the low 80s this afternoon. and right back into the low 70s to 80s tomorrow. the skies clear out. a pleasant evening this evening. then tomorrow morning at 60, the suburbs will be in the 50s. it will feel like fall in the morning. in fact, it will feel like fall, but humidity in check. clouds are building on friday into saturday. we could see showers lingering into saturday for some neighborhoods. and sunday, more wet weather that will continue into the beginning of next week.
but it's not going to be raining all next week. we'll have a nice couple of days for next wednesday and thursday. >> so saturday doesn't look bad for the weekend. is it too early to look at the weekend? >> never too early. we have to get you to work on a tuesday morning. it is nine minutes before 7:00 as you head out the door. >> jessica boyington, what are you seeing? >> the schuylkill near route 202, not a lot of problems here. we are starting to see a little bit of an uptick in the blue route to the fine, and we are running about ten minutes late all across the board. we are watching conshohocken closed near ridge pike. and we have a crash out in upper dublin. all right, jessica.
musikfest was going on, but people are talking about more than the music today. >> on opening night on friday, a new story was born, literally. a woman went into labor in presefront of the french fry booth. the couple was taken to the car to drive to the hospital. >> there's always something you hear about, you know, something crazy happening. but somebody giving birth is probably the first i've heard. >> yeah. i guess. >> the musikfest organizers say there have been weddings and engagements, but this is the first baby born. >> we would love to find that family. and i wonder if that plays a role in naming the baby. >> i wonder if she got her french fries. the baby wanted french fries. >> the one thing open that a
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escapes injury after stray bullets hit their home in north philadelphia yesterday afternoon. one of the bullets nearly hit a 15-year-old girl sitting in the second-story bedroom of the home. officers shot the gunman and he remains in the hospital. still the police were he heading to north ninth street last night where they found a victim shot multiple times. there were 21 shell casings on the street. the victim who lived on this street was involve in a shoot-out with another man. and police are warning families about a man who tried to lure a girl into his car. this is the sketch of that man. police say he drove up to a girl on addison avenue on sunday and told her that her parents had sent him to pick her up. the girl quickly rode away on her bike. this is the image of the car police say the man was driving. possibly a 2003 hyundai elontra.
good morning, everyone. jessica boyington here checking on the roads. we are seeing big delays on route 1 at i-76. the schuylkill near route 202 is moving well, but checking in near city avenue and montgomery we are seeing delays in both directions. westbound to city line avenue, really slow here. we are seeing delays on the schuylkill expressway. but we also have a downed tree in conshohocken near river road and ridge pike. mass transit is dealing with a few problems. for a second, september ra and nj transit is doing okay.
route 73 no problems northbound or southbound. if you are seeing clouds and wet weather, that's much harder to find. the clouds have been breaking a little bit over philadelphia. we are seeing a few sprinkles this morning, really nothing more than that inland and at the shore. some steadier showers, but even those are tapering off near cape may. the last few showers are in southern delaware. thinning of the clouds is what we are seeing this morning to lead to some breaks of sunshine this morning and more likely this afternoon. 68 degrees right now in philadelphia. the winds have shifted. they are out of the north at 7 miles an hour. the temperatures will climb into the upper 70s for the suburbs with clearing skies for philadelphia, new jersey and the lehigh valley and delaware. afternoon temperatures are into the low 80s. then beautiful weather for this evening. it's going to be a fall-like evening with clear skies and low humidity. and nice weather for the next
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