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we have live coverage. katy zachry has a look at the changing conditions in camden. jessica boyington is keeping an eye on how the storm is impacting the commute. we'll start with meteorologist bill henley. when will the winds start picking up? >> that happens this morning. the wind around for the game yesterday and most of the day sunday is still with us. though the rain will be ending, the damaging wind potential will be with us for the region until about noon today. talking wind gusts of 45 to 55 miles per hour. that could bring down weakened trees and branches from yesterday's storm. and power outages are possible as a result. travel troubles, count on a few of those, as well. w wind gusts, 40 miles per hour in wilmington. 39 miles per hour in atlantic city. and now 36 mile-per-hour winds in millville. we've seen them increase this morning. they're still on the increase. we could see problems this morning. add to that, more rain. heavy downpours moving through the lehigh valley. passing allentown and moving
into pottstown this hour. farther to the south, chester county and into delaware. new castle county, wilmington, getting heavy rainfall to start with. and it's chilly. bundle up. the rain ends this morning. this afternoon, sunshine. we're talking 50s this afternoon. gusty winds later. i'll be back in less than ten minutes to break it down hour by hour. first to jessica boyington and traffic. moving through senior city, roads are wet. the vine street expressway and our cameras around 8th street, no major problems. an earlier disabled vehicle at the ben franklin has cleared. moving eastbound -- twewestbount the schuylkill. the roads are wet. lower gwynned, a downed tree blocking a portion of sumneytown pike at evans road. watch for that there.
watching a crash on white marsh at morris road. back to you. >> thanks. n.j. transit has suspended some trains because of flooding already. >> katy zachry is live in camden. this will impact people's morning commutes. what's it like now? sigh you have the umbrella up. -- i see you have the umbrella up. resi resign. >> reporter: the rain and winds have picked up. not a good day to be waiting in the elements. not a good morning to be driving or commuting. here on local roads, you see how many puddles have accumulated, wet spots out here. when leaves mix with the wet water on the road, it makes for incredibly slippery conditions to drive over. almost as slippery as driving over ice. on the highway, be careful of hydroplaning. traffic will be going slower than normal. speaking of slower than normal
traffic, we are waiting for an update on the new jersey transit river line. we are at the waterfront entertainment center. a few hours ago, new jersey transit had to suspend their river line between here, the waterfront entertainment center, and walter it rand transportation center because of flooding. there's still a lot of water here. a lot of water that could be affecting traffic. in terms of septa across the river in philadelphia and throughout the region, septa is advising commuters this morning to add time to your commute. be patient, plan for trains to be slower than normal because of the rain and flooding and power lines coming down. we'll let you know of alerts that come on throughout the morning. reporting live, katy zachry, nbc10 news. winds and rain battled south and central jersey over the
wind. atlantic county in particular experienced ponding and minor flooding because of storm drains clogged with leaves. in delaware county, a tree snapped and slammed on to the back of a car in brookhaven. dutton mill was closed at the scene. you can track the storm all morning on our nbc10 app. we'll have instant updates and alerts for your neighborhood. chaos at the king of prussia mall as a two-state crime spree comes to a screeching halt. a serial robber was shot after he tried to run over police in a parking lot outside of lord & taylor. the suspect is responsible for at least three robberies in pennsylvania and delaware. the most recent, he robbed a woman in the same garage on saturday. upper merion police tell us the incident started when they found that the robbery suspect was in a stolen car. he took off when they approached, hitting two patrol cars. when he tried to run down two officers, they started shooting.
the suspect is at paoli hospital. his name and condition have not been released. meanwhile, philadelphia police want to know who shot a man in the head and left him to die on a north philadelphia street. last night officers found the man suffering from the wound on north hancock. police are interviewing one witness and looking at security cameras in the area. it's 5:05. 48 degrees. today in philadelphia, the fa t family of an 8-year-old hit and killed by a driver will go on trial. the girl was hit and killed as she walked in philadelphia last year. police arrested the man after a tip led them to a body shop in chester county where the car was being repaired. the girl's mother and senator williams are backing a bill to create an amber alert for child hit and runs. today the judge in the bribery trial of new jersey senator bob menendez is expected to rule on a defense motion for
a mistrial. lawyers for menendez and his co-defendant filed that motion yesterday. they claim the judge has limited their case by not allowing them to present certain witnesses and evidence. menendez is accused of accepting gifts from a florida eye doctor in exchange for political favors. both men have denied that. ♪ [ cheers ]
>> the air guitar. taking care of business. that's what the eagles did by beating the winless 49ers to boost the league-leading record to 7-1. the rain-soaked fans couldn't wait to see carson wentz in action. the birds' quarterback found his favorite target, zach ertz for the touchdown. jalen mills picked off. wentz would toss the second touchdown as the birds downed san francisco 33-10. eagles nation soaked but celebrating. >> it was worth it. it was 100% worth it to watch the eagles continue to win. so exciting. i don't mind getting wet for an eagles win. >> what it was like? >> rowdy. still full. awesome. >> rowdy, full, awesome. you name it. >> the births stay home to face the bronx. we'll have complete coverage.
you can't see this enough. an alschwan jeffries' touchdown catch, he and -- alshon jeffery's touchdown touch, he and teammates went into the mode. getting hit with the phantom pitch. the wide receivers charged the make-believe mound, all in good fun. they go running back. >> we have yet to throw wind and rain at the eagles. things may change closer to winter. now, just rainy and windy. you see the rain at penn's landing. the winds gusting. the strong winds are likely to get stronger. already up to 40 mile-per-hour gusts in wilmington and close to that in atlantic city. holding at 39 miles per hour for philadelphia and coatesville. winds gusting to 40 miles per hour this morning.
i expect the winds will will get stronger. gusts for doylestown, trenton, philadelphia, voorheis. stronger in south jersey. millville and avalon. rehoboth beach, 55 mile-per-hour gusts, possibly stronger in atlantic city. the strongest winds will be this morning. the heaviest rain will be first thing this morning. this is the last band of heavy rain that's moving through wilmington into chester county and the lehigh valley. that rain will be tapering off as we go into the later morning hours. and this afternoon, we'll get sunshine, but thanks to the wind, even though the rain is going to be moving out, the wind is going to keep temperatures from climbing all that much. here it is hour by hour, it shows the futurecast at 46 miles per hour in philadelphia. 7:15, rain is falling in wilmington, millville, and mt. holly. even into the lehigh valley for allentown. that's 7:15 this morning. look at the change by 9:30. showers move off to the northeast. mt. holly, birmingham county.
the strong winds limiting the warmup. by noontime, 53 mile-an-hour winds in -- 53 degrees, the winds could be gusting to 50 miles per hour in philadelphia. and even stronger at the shore. that's at noontime. i will see a lot of sunshine but not a big warmup. 50s for today. 55 degrees in philadelphia and wilmington. up to 55 for cape may. i'll show you when the warmer weather will arrive with a look ahead to the outlook for the temperatures when i come back in less than ten minutes. >> see you then. the last monday in the month of october. we'll look at the roads on route 1. >> a wet ride. jessica? the cameras at roberts avenue. take a look. clearly the roads are wet here. water spraying out. slippery, and watching the on and off ramps, too.
earlier we had a jackknifed tractor-trailer, problems on the off ramps. things are clearing. this is another accident at white marsh, lafayette and morris road. 202, looking good, ten minutes both directions north and south to the schuylkill expressway. watch the slippery spots. also watching for any major delays in new jersey. the new jersey turnpike. so far, so good. this is approaching the delaware memorial bridge. here is the southbound side. you definitely see it's wet here, too, and rain actively falling there, as well. 5:11. sexual harassment allegations against an a-list actor. he claims that kevin spacey made at vanses, and his -- advances, and his latest response. five years later, superstorm sandy swept in and changed our area forever. how new jersey is still rebuilding. and a live look tek spinn g spinnispinning -- look at the spinning turbines. strong winds and rain sweeping
steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
on first alert radar, rain moving through the tri-state area. there's a flew concern. we've issued -- a new concern. we've issued a first alert for damaging wind gusts. meteorologist bill henley. have a timeline of what to expect coming up. new this morning, actor kevin spacey issued an online apology after a fellow actor accused him of sexual harassment. actor anthony rapp said spacey made unwanted advances toward him after a apartment at spacey's apartment in the '80s. rapp was 14 at the time. spacey was 26. rapp says they've not spoken since the incident, and he thought the actor was drunk at the time. he said he decided to share the information after the harvey weinstein news broke, he wrote, "i am stooding on the courageous
shoulders -- standing on the courageous shoulders of the women and men who have come out against this before me. i have a lot of respect a-- before me." spacey wrote, "i have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my help and choose to live -- my life and choose to live as a gay man. i want to deal with this openly and honestly, and that starts with examining my own behavior." this we're marks five years since superstorm sandy made landfall. it's not hard to find homes still under construction. neighbors attended a commemoration ceremony yesterday. they thanked first responders and embraced each other. the community also vowed to focus on the road ahead. one woman said for her the gathering was a chance to finally grieve. >> i said to my daughter, maybe i got so emotional because i don't remember ever trying over sandy. >> five years later with new homes being raised, the
community feels each is a story of resilience. 5:16. 48 degrees. we've been talking about the rain moving through. really we're focused on the wind. >> a problem with possibilities of downed trees, all those things. we'll check in with first alert meteorologi meteorologist bill henley. >> the rain and winds, the same system. the rain will end, but the wind has been increasing this morning. i'm expecting the strongest gusts during the morning hours. a live view of the flags blowing on gusts in center city. winds currently at 26 miles per hour. steady winds. we have seen some stronger gusts. the gusts are 40 miles an hour in wilmington, and it could go higher in south jersey and the shore. they could top 50 miles per hour. winds entertaining just as the rain ends. cool weather, that's going to be with us all day long. right now, 40s for the lehigh valley, the suburbs.
delaware, 46. south jersey at 48. in philadelphia, the temperatures are in the 40s across the board. manayunk, 47. fox chase, 49. 48 in society hill. the wind blowing will make it feel even chillier. you'll need the heavier jacket and a waterproof jacket at the bus stop. the rain will start to taper off during the 8:00 hour. the wind will still be blowing. loths of ralots -- lots of rain the trees. damp and windy at the bus stop. the rain, happy downpours, seeing them move through delaware. they swept through bucks county and chester county this morning. pikelapd getting heavier downpours. just about to taper off a bit in pottstown. that's what's happening right now. this is going to clear out during the morning hours. you see clearing skies to the west this morning. that's what we're going to see for this afternoon. again for tomorrow. that's going to be a rainy and windy start. afternoon temperatures in philadelphia in the 50s for
philadelphia and the suburbs and lehigh valley. afternoon sunshine is not going to warm temperatures up all that much for the lehigh valley. for new jersey, yes, you'll be in the 50s with the stronger winds this morning. coming down some this afternoon. the rain coming down at the shore. you'll see sunshine in the afternoon. that's when the temperatures will peak in the 50s. 50s for wilmington, too, and smyrna. 57 this afternoon. clouds, wind, and rain first thing. the rain ends, and the clouds give way to sunshine later today. we'll stay cool for the next few days. look what happens at the end of the week. a nice warmup, upper 60s to low 70s for thursday and friday. and that may not be the end of the warm weather. a look ahead to next week when i come back in the next half hour with the ten day on 10. >> we have had warm temperatures. thanks. >> we'll show you the ride to work on the schuylkill expressway. >> police flashing lights behind you? >> yeah.
something i think we'll see a lot of today. slippery roads and now a few accident. one on the schuylkill expressway. cameras at montgomery drive. just the westbound side now. looks like we had two vehicles that were involved. police activity got to the scene. this is westbound. not a lot of volume. over to the shoulder, not blacking any lanes. again, if it stays there for a bit, we can see delays. again, we'll see what we could see, more things that look just like this on the roads this morning. in plymouth, watch for a crash at walton and apache lane. also watching admiral wilson boulevard. difficult to see. that's what cameras are dealing with with the rain. this is the ben franklin parkway in there. this huge? to philadelphia. so far, so good. i'll check in with the schuylkill and the scene when i come back. >> thank you. dropping numbers. the latest approval rating shows a grim glimpse at the country's faith in the president. and privacy concerns are dialed up for users of the
5:24. rain moving through. what you can't see, the damaging winds moving in. winds could bring downed trees and power lines. meteorologist bill henley will have a timeline of what to expect in your neighborhood in a couple of minutes. this morning, there are privacy concerns surrounding the iphone 10. >> the new phone will actually recognize your face. ned of using a -- instead of using a pass code or fingerprint i.d., you can unlock the phone just by looking at it. one tech expert warns the technology could make it easy for police to snoop around on
your iphone. right now police need a warrant to unlock your phone. the new technology, police could take your phone and hold it up to your face. the president's approval rating has dropped to the lowest level yet in a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll. we have that and more in the cnbc business news. landon dowdy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president trump's approval rating the lowest ever. that's the findings from the nbc/w nbnbc news/"wall street journal" poll. in handling the economy, he got a 42% rating. the current survey taking place as trump tries to push through his tax reform package. we'll check the markets on wall street. they'll try to build on another record-setting week. the dow up 33 to close at 23,434. the nasdaq grabbing 144 points to 6,701. back to you. >> landon dowdy, thank you.
bracing for charges. indictments are set to be announced today in the russia election meddling probe. who will be under fire? coming back stronger. today we start our series of health threats to women. meet a local woman who used her diagnosis to help other women. rain and strong, gusty winds. we've issued a first alert for today. grab the umbrella and jacket, too. chilly all day long. 5:26. your neighborhood forecast is just ahead.
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and indictments set to be announced today in the russia interference probe. leader of the pack. the phillies set to announce a new manager. get to know the new man behind the team. 5:30. tracking damage could winds and heavy rain -- damaging winds and heavy rain. we've issued a first alert for the threat of downed trees, power outages and traffic troubles. good morning, this is "nbc10 news today," i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. we have you covered with live coverage this morning. meteorologist bill henley has been tracking the winds. they could be damaging. >> yeah. because of the storm that brought us the rain yesterday. all the wind and rain has weakened trees. so winds gusting to possibly more than 50 miles per hour today could produce some damage. we're talking an entire region until about noon. this afternoon, we'll see gust winds. the strongesthi