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6:00 a.m., monday, october 30. here's what we're following on "action news." >> as the rains move out, the wind are expected to pick up reaching 350 miles per hour. >> nj transit and septa has warnings for riders. >> a well-known tv actor accused kevin spacey of attacking him decades ago. spacey is apologizing, but it's making the controversy bigger. >> let's talk about the rains and winds. >> reporter: it's spells a mess for the morning commute. >> reporter: as we looking at the weather center we have a departure of the main branch. rain. you can see the stuff came in overnight. all the way to new england and pasting new york. we have a batch coming through, a heavy cell coming through with that kind of a line with heavier rain, that's showing up on storm
tracker 6 live pushing east of philadelphia and probably still bothering center city just a bit. you can see the movement here as it is pushing to the east, for the most part, areas of gloucester and camden county, bucks county, the southern portion has picked up a little bit of this, as well. central bucks county just about ready to pick up a heavy cell and the lehigh valley pushing that away. we have lighter rain and clearing on the way. temperatures we're chilly. not only do you have the wet and the wind you have cool numbers. 46 in philadelphia. 47 in allentown. 46 in allentown 46 in trenton. 48 in cape may. as we roll through the day, the rain will wrap out of here during the morning commute. by the end of the rush hour around 9:00 a.m. we should be drying out. by noon a lot of sun coming back, a lot of sunshine by
3:00 p.m. high of 56 degrees. during the morning hours we'll have a wind advisory, so there will be strong, blustery winds across the region. gusts as high as 50 miles per hour with higher gusts along the shore. what does this mean, karen it could mean there are more branches coming down, maybe trees here and there, you're seeing some of that. >> reporter: we certainly are. it is rainy and windy, let's get you through the morning commute. the boulevard, we have a big accident southbound at fox street blocking two lanes, it has cleared, but traffic is slow in the area as you head toward the schuylkill expressway on the boulevard southbound. it's a slow ride with the accident that cleared. on the big picture you can see the heavy rain that moved through the majors that's causing issues. slow speeds on the boulevard with the accident that cleared. we had an accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound montgomery drive that has cleared, as well. with mass transit starting to see some delays we've got one on the paoli thorndale train 17
minutes late. we're watching this carefully, septa said anticipate problems with the wet leaves on the tracks and trees on the tracks. new jersey transit river line is resuming normal schedule after issues late last night. northeast extension past quakertown, two evaluate accidents with vehicles that spun out facing the wrong way. one on turnpike eastbound past downingtown this blocking the let lane. roads are wet, wet leaves are making it slippery. we're getting vehicles spinning out on the roads. the ben franklin bridge what a miserable weather day it is. you can see the clouds and the rain, take it easy as you travel. >> good advice. in parts of the region rain has moved out, but not before creating ponding like this. it was deep enough to slow people down on the boulevard near f street. there's concerns about the wind, katherine scott is live at suburban station where septa is
warning riders about possible delays today, good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, that's right, this is the morning you want to leave a little extra time just in case. we're standing near suburban station on market right now. i know the rain has pushed out of some areas we're still seeing it in center city. you can see the wind is blowing here that could pick up even more. septa regional rail service in particular could see issues today. septa this morning warned that all regional rail lines may experience delays to the slippery rail conditions. there's the possibility of the strong winds taking down trees or wires, if they do fall on the tracks we could see delays. last night septa did tell folks to check for updates before they head out. >> get out a little early to get a heads up if there are any delays or anything like that. i hope the weather is good and won't hold up the transportation or anything like that. >> reporter: that was one
commuter we spoke to here this morning, he said he wanted to leave extra time because of the possible delays. septa said it's strategically positioning personnel throughout the system to respond to possible issues on the new jersey transit light rail line was suspended between the transportation center and the waterfront entertainment complex due to flooding, but service resumed in both directions. on market you can see it is rainy out here still, again, the winds are blowing. of course we had a rainy sunday. the storms continued overnight. you might have heard the rain on the roof. as you head out the door, take your time, the roads are causing issues, with all the leaves falling could make it extra slippery in spots. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> this is a live picture from mobile 6 on the schuylkill expressway westbound going toward the manayunk area. the schuylkill expressway in
this section east and westbound slow down, here we go, it could be parked, lots of rain drops, slick roads, lots of leaves, give yourself time leave car lengths between yourself and the cars ahead of you. >> we are expecting to get more information on the suspected robber who was shot by police outside the king of prussia mall. it happened outside the nordstrom side of the mall gulph road and mall boulevard. the man was involved in three armed robberies one on saturday at the mall and two in delaware. they recovered a handgun at the scene along with the stolen car, but have not released the suspect's name. we have a live report on why the robberies are all connected. >> attorneys for bob menendez are looking for mistrial.
a retailer is putting it's foot down during one of the most popular shopping days of the year. >> reporter: good morning to you, outdoor equipment retailer is closing on black friday. in addition they are processing any online orders on -- excuse me it is not processing, you cannot buy anything at rei. they will pay their 12 employees for the day. a rally in technology shares sent the nasdaq and s&p 500 to record high closes. futures point to a slightly lower open. income data coming in, a busy
week back to you guys. >> do you think we can get our bosses to take the same attitude on black friday? >> reporter: no. >> the news never takes a rest. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan not resting. we have showers winging their way through the region. as i start this up for you, you can see this is wrapping toward the east and northeast. check out lancaster we're not only seeing drying, but in a moment you'll see future tracker 6 showing clearing out there fairly quickly. for now you have the heavy rain popping through. it looks like southern bucks county is beginning to get this. philadelphia still seeing quite a bit of this popping through. norristown, jenkintown, it's these areas seeing the yellow or after the heavy rains subside. doylestown getting clobbered. you have ponding and puddling on the roads. as we look outside we have cloud y skies, you might see the
cameras bouncing a little bit. the winds in the process of kicking up a little bit as the rain winds down, the winds continue to pick up. 47 in trenton. 46 in allentown. on top of the rain, the wet roads, the leaves on the roads and the winds yous have -- also have chilly temperatures to contends with, so dress warmly. a little rain gear if you're on the bus stop over the next hour or two. from now 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. we're looking at the rain wrapping out. you can see by 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. weir not only drying out, but we're seeing the sun come back, but later this afternoon it will be bright and sunny. be careful during the morning commute, a lot of wet leaves on the roads, they can be as slippery as ice with the waxy coating repelling the water. the leaves could block drains.
wind in philadelphia, 35. 33 in millville. 32 in allentown. all these numbers may pick up a little bit. we're going for gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour between now and noon. in allentown, 57 today. sun returns but it will be windy and chilly. at the shore, sun roaring bark, windy and chilly there, as well. 58. philadelphia's high, 56 degrees, sun returns once we dump the morning rain it's windy and chilly today, windy gusting up to 40, 50 miles per hour, still breezy a little less winds in the afternoon. clear skies and chilly tonight, 40 to 45. tomorrow for halloween, bright sunshine, but chilly for those parking lot halloween parades you have at school sometimes at 10:00 a.m. 56 degrees at 6:00 p.m. as the kids are chomping at the bit to get out there.
suburbs you can shave three degrees off the numbers. 56 is the high, windy and chilly rain ending by the end of rush hour. sunny and cool for halloween, 58. wednesday, 55 degrees. thursday afternoon, it is sun comes back and the temperatures come back, 68 degrees. nice night for the temple game. friday you thought we were done with the 70s. we make it up to 72 with a shower. saturday, 64 degrees, fall back and gain an hour of sleep on saturday night. the eagles game, 65 partly sunny not bad. >> 6:11 a.m., kevin spacey addresses a sexual misconduct claim and how the oscar winning actor did it has people criticizing. taking people to work wentz wrong for apple she does what
it in some places 6:15 a.m., 46 degrees. >> let's turn to karen rogers and see how the roads are shaping up, good morning karen. >> reporter: good morning, we have an accident that popped up on the ramp to the schuylkill expressway westbound 202, you can hardly see the vehicle, it's dark out here, the roads are wet, no flashing lights, no crews on the scene. we have an accident on the ramp to 202. that's our second accident that popped up on the schuylkill expressway him here we have a new issue with downed wires, we're talking about 40-mile an hour wind gusts through the area. homeville road near center hall road in chester county. reports of a tree that may having caught on fire with the downed wires, this is happening right now in west fallo field township. there's reports of a tree that
caught on fire. an accident on the new jersey turnpike southbound near bordentown 206 that has cleared. but we've got flooding going on in mount laurel burlington bulg- burlington county. union mill road. storm tracker 6 live double scan we have rain throughout the area. in parts of the region we're seeing heavier rain. you can see the movement of it pushing east. jenkintown, very wet right through the city wet. light rain in malvern and media and chadds ford. it's heavy in spots like the white horse pike, route 70. new jersey turnpike and cherry hill. very busy with the roads and the winds. look at the gusts 43-mile an hour in millville. 35 in philadelphia.
33 in reading. it's monday, i know you like to plan your week. it's dry own cool tomorrow, halloween. milder on thursday, change the clocks back sunday. >> new this morning, kevin spacey is being criticized for his apology over claims he assaulted a 14-year-old child 1 years. anthony rapp said spacey tried to assault him at a party in 1986. he placed him on the bed and made sexual advances before he could getaway. spacey said he did not remember the encounter and if hedy behave them as he described i hoe him an apology for deeply inappropriate drunken behavior. he said he had relationships with men and women and chooses
to live as a gay man. many are criticizing him as using this episode as a way of revealing his homosexuality. the political uproar over restoring power to puerto rico. they cancelinged -- canceled the contract to whitefish electrical company. they have come up under increasing criticism and ended up in a twitter war with san juan mayor since they landed the 300 million-dollar work in a no-bid contract. white fish's ceo o is from interior secretary ryan zinke. president trump denies political connections had anything to do with the contract going to whitefish. >> reporter: apple engineer is out of a job because of a video
his daughter posted online. she video taped the unreleased iphone ten and posted it on the blog. you can see code names for unreleased in the notes' app. october 1988 issue features a young steve jobs on the cover. he signed his name on it and wrote i love manufacturing. google ceo has an important task at hand. >> reporter: someone pointed on you that the cheese burger emoji has the cheese you under the me. apple has it ton -- on top. >> apple said it will do everything he can to address this on monday. this is important. those are tech bytes.
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warning everybody since 4:30 a.m., a rough commute. 309 northbound approaching paper mill road an accident blocking the right lane. we have penndot out there. you can see the arrow board. traffic is jammed. roads are wet. wet leaves. vehicles spinning out. a single single-vehicle accidenn the wrong way on the northeast extension northbound past quakertown. a new problem another incidents of down wires with the strong winds kicker -- kirk lane roberts lane. >> reporter: we have a heavy band pushing through southern bucks county and areas west of northeast philadelphia. if you're in northeast philadelphia you'll get this, as well. this will be wrapping out of here before too much longer, kind of pinwheeling up toward the northeast. you can see there's a lot of
clearing out there. we're looking in fact not only at drying, but the return of sunshine. of course, the winds will pick up and build once the rain ends. the current sustained wind in philadelphia. is 18 miles per hour. we're looking at wind gusts as high as 40 or 50 up until noon today before they begin to slack off. there's a winds advisory in effect to that effect. on the el station or bus stop this morning, cool to start out. upper 40s between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. that's true for the kids as well. later this afternoon we'll stay at 56 degrees for the high. it stays cool, but guys we're going to see the winds die down a bit later this afternoon. we'll get lots of sun. >> the eagles controversy came a slow start to seal the 6th straight win. carson wentz tossed two touchdown passes and mills had a pick 6. they beat the winless 49ers
nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye.
she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. >> welcome back this is just in, the windy weather took down a tree on inland street near
allen's lane in germantown. i know about this because i had to turn around and go back. dave and karen will have an update in just a minute. we have an investigation into the loophole involving an assault rifle that was used in las vegas without a background check. >> reporter: they are untraceable and have no serial number you may be surprised how easy it is to get their hands on a high powered weapon called a ghost gun. >> they say are purchased in an undercover exraft -- capacity by our under cover officers. >> reporter: how felons can access they say firearms. they cost $600 and four hours to assembly. some believe it is a national safety concern, but gun activists say it's a protected
right. could these semi automatic weapons end up in the wrong hands. we investigate on "action news" tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> it is now 6:28 officials in new jersey put out a warning for parents just ahead of halloween. >> massive storm system is slamming the northeast bringing us rain and heavy winds. brand new video is coming in from the coast.
>> now on "action news," overnight downpours and now whipping winds. septa is warning about a potentially messy commute. >> a suspect is shot at the area's largest mall. now police are connecting him to other crimes, as well. >> the investigation into russian interference enters a new stage. a federal grand jury approves the first charges and arrest
could result today. >> good morning, it is 6:30 a.m., rainy monday morning. let's go over to david murphy with weather and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: rain is falling, storm tracker 6 live double scan you can see the heavier rain is active in philadelphia but pushing east and northeast. southern bucks county is seeing a steady downpour, as is trenton. in lancaster we're dry. it does look like the rain will wrap out of here quickly. there you see the wide view, the last little band shifting east and pulling to the north. and, of course, all the other stuff that came through last night and yesterday. in addition to the rain, still an issue, wet roads and wet leaves and winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour over the next several hours. they should fall back to blustery breezy this afternoon. the temperatures are cool this morning, 47 degrees in
philadelphia. 46 in allentown. 47 in trenton. so you have the wind to deal with, the wet roads, rain falling and also chilly temperatures to dress for as you head outside. as we roll through the day, we'll see quick clearing, 10:00 sun bursting back in, 51 degrees, 53 by noon. you see the bright sunshine this afternoon. we'll go for a high 56 degrees and hit that around 3:00 p.m. karen, halloween looks chilly, but dry, i'll have details on that and the seven day coming up. >> reporter: hard to look at halloween because this morning is a tough commute. this is 309 northbound approaching paper mill road. we have police and penndot on the scene one lane getting by on 309 northbound with an accident right here. we've got other issues in west fallow field township, a tree caught on fire chester county homeville road center hall road.
the road is closed because of a downed tree. outside live on the schuylkill expressway you see the flashing lights, westbound ramp to 202 southbound an accident partially blocking the ramp. we had a vehicle that spun out of control facing the wrong way that cleared on the turnpike eastbound past downingtown. the action cam is is on the scee with more issues with strong winds. the action cam on the scene, you can see the downed tree that brought down the wires on emlin street shut down. an earlier problem on kresham valley road. we have issues with mass transit because of downed wires and downed trees. wet leaves on the rails. 32 minute delay paoli thorndale, 29 minute with warminster. 27 media/elwyn.
11 minutes on west trenton. river line is back to normal after spending service last night. it's a mess on the roads and the rails. >> we'll continue to talk about the morning commute with mass transit problems, katherine scott joins us live from suburban station. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: you want to check your travel route before you head out the door. there are some delays on the regional rail lines. i want to show you what we're looking at in center city. we're along market right now where it is still raining, where winds is blowing, that winds could pick up later. we did indeed see delays on the board inside suburbs station. septa warned that all regional rail lines may experience delays due to slippery rail conditions. there can be additional issues with strong winds predicted takes down trees or wires. septa said it's strategically positioning personnel throughout the system to responds to any
possible issues. we had a rainy sunday. the storms continue. the rain is pushing out, but we're seeing it in center city. the winds could pick up today, too. last night the river line light rail service was suspended in camden and the waterfront entertainment complex due to flooding. the good news that this morning service resumed in both directions. you take a live look on market street. the rain is falling in center city. you want to take your time on roads throughout the area. not only could you see flooding in spots, not just due to the volume of the rain, but because the rains are clogging the gutters as david murphy has been telling you about and we could see slippery spots with all the leaves on the roads. >> katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> new video shows storm damage in new york state. high winds brought down power lines that sparked a fire on long island. the storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands across new england.
torrential rain drenched roads stranding many in floodwaters. problems at the king of prussia usually means no parking spaces or large crowds, but yesterday shots rang out on the property. police stopped a suspect wanted for a crime spree across they don't states. jeanette reyes is live at the mall with reaction from shoppers. >> reporter: good morning, tam, gurn shots -- gunshots an unfamiliar sound at king of prussia. police got on the scene and they were fired upon, they realized this was the final scene in a crime spree that started in delaware. >> he was attempted to run down police on foot. >> reporter: it was are a violent end to a string of armed robberies that ended on the second through floor of a parkie
at the mall outside the norm strom. a 9 millimeter handgun was recovered and stolen scar that was taken from an 87-year-old woman earlier this month. the injured suspect was arrested and taken to the hospital. the mall confirmed that customers or employees were injured. still, many were surprised and a bit shaken by all of it. >> this is like the biggest mall around, it should have more security, you never see them around. >> i've been working here for ten years in king of prussia and i have never heard of anything like that until now, hopefully it's like its own instance. >> reporter: and we do expect to learn more about the suspect and his history once his name is released after police file formal charges. the officers involved are on administrative leave which is
standard procedure for an incident like this. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> thank you jennette. time 6:38 a.m. first indictment and arrest in connection with the russian investigation could come as early as today. special council robert muller and his team is seeking charges against an target and arrest is immigrant. president trump took to twitter calling it a witch hunt for evil politics. >> trees down and leaves on the roads, could be causing trouble. >> reporter: and more leaves coming down as the winds pick up. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing green across the eastern half of the region. the rain story is getting closer to the end. the rain is moving toward the east. that's includes a heavier band wrapping through southern bucks county and northeast philadelphia and areas east of
allentown and trenton, trenton getting hammer with this right now. you can see how there's quick drying happening pushing into western chester county, the lehigh valley maybe 30, 45 minutes ago, the rain is clearing out. there's sunshine to the west after we get past sunrise. things are improving you have ponding and puddling left over on the roads. the winds are starting to pick up now, even as the rain pulls out. we transition from one issue to another. 47 degrees currently in philadelphia. on top of the wind and the rain and the wet roads, you have chilly conditions to dress for as you head outside. current winds out of the west 18 miles per hour of we have seen gusts in the 30s and a couple of spots hitting 40. the winds could go hire than that in the morning. future tracker showing the quick departure of the rain. 9:00, 1:00 it will be drying out and we'll see the skies
brighten. during the afternoon we'll see full sunshine if not all of you but a lot of you today. leaves on the roads could be slippery slow it down on any leaf-covered roads and be careful of blocked drains. we got a couple of inches out of the system, so some of the storm drains could be backed up. 43-mile an hour gusts in millville, 41 in the poconos. wind advisory in effect until noon where some gusts could go as high as 40 to 50 miles per hour. down the shore maybe a little bit higher. a wind advisory expiring at noon. the afternoon will be bright and breezy, but not as bad as this wind wise. 58 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 53. 56 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 57 in trenton. 57 in allentown and wilmington. 58 in reading.
56 in philadelphia. 59 in millville. 58 in cape may. tomorrow, halloween, the rain is gone, the sun is bright, chilly, 52 degrees in the school yard at 10:00 a.m. for the halloween parades. 567 by 6:00 p.m. 53 by 9:00 p.m. sunny even cool, tuesday, 58 degrees. wednesday, 55, late shower could spill into thursday morning. thursday afternoon, milder, 68 degrees nice for temple football in the evening. friday, 72, breezy, warmer maybe a shower at night. saturday, mostly cloudy a possible shower, 64. set your clocks back one hour as you go to bed saturday night and get ready for a better eagles game weather wise 65 degrees and dry. >> thank you, david. 6:41 a.m., halloween warning if you would like to check your
child's trick or treat bag there's something the authorities want you to look out for this year. >> reporter: we have a tow truck on the scene, schuylkill expressway westbound the ramp to 202 southbound in king of prussia. you see the accident we have a big one on 309, as well him we'll take you there live, next.
in other spots it's kind of a mess. >> let's finds out how much of a mess, and go over to karen rogers. >> reporter: things keep popping up. 309 northbound approaching paper mill road. we see the crews, they are hard to see in the dark. one lane squeezing by northbound 309. we're seeing a backup, you can see by the shot we have the rain out there, kind of a miserable start to the day. really strong winds. we have two new problems that popped up in the past few minutes of downed wires, one is over here in radnor township, mallon road at earl's lane. down wires in plymouth township walton road. looking at the travel times you're jammed on all of your majors. that's a shot of i-95. if we can go back to that you see the majors, the areas of red. usually you can see the across starting to get slow, it's
jammed everywhere. i-95 southbound a 4 minute jammed you saw the miserable shot of i-95 near cottman. schuylkill expressway westbound 39 minutes. 42 a 24 minute jam which is heavy for 42. on the waze app people are reporting an accident on 295 near 42 causing delays on 2935 and 42. this is one of the reasons for it. the rain that is moving through the area. we're getting dry in allentown and reading and lancaster him we're wet in philadelphia, the heavy rain in trenton. the winds gusts are another issue out there, bringing down the wires, bringing down the trees. look at this, 43-mile an hour windy gusts in millville. 30-mile an hour in philadelphia. here's what you can anticipate it's monday, trying to help you plan this week ahead. it's dry and cool for halloween. turns milder by thursday, don't forget to change the clocks back on sunday, tam. >> thank you karen. u.s. military is looking
into allegations that two navy seals may have killed a green beret. the incident happened back in june in the african nation of amali. the two troops have not been charged. questions swirl around what happened. they are members of the elite seal team 6 special operations force the same team that killed bin laden. new jersey state attorney general is warning parents to look out for marijuana laced candy in the trick or treat bags. advocates for the legalized drug say they can't point to any evidence that happened. they say it's nothing more than a scare campaign. the attorney general said it is necessary because of the similarities in packaging of edible drugs and candy.
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unwanted advances toward a minor and his apology included that's gay. >> donna karen is facing backlash after his shocking comments about harvey weinstein. >> we have new school buses can the seat belts make a difference when it comes to your beloved children. matt and tam, four is in the building here live. >> i'm smiling now i'll see you shortly. [laughter]. >> thank you robin. >> reporter: watch the smile turn to a frown. i'm here to bring you down. let's take a look at 42. it's a mess, usually you can ride on 42 at this hour and get to work on time not today. this is 42 jammed solid from the black horse to 295.
27 minute travel time because of an accident on 295. the don't is jamming 259 and jamming 42 and 55 which leads to 42. yeah you're not going to be on time. in king of prussia we have an accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound ramp to 202 dave. >> reporter: the bulk of the rain came through yesterday and last night is off to the northeast. we have one last band coming through, you can see how that last heavy band is pushing to the east of philadelphia at this point. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows that to you, trenton getting hit, southern bucks county beginning to see a slackening of the rain in the western half of the region we're starting to dry out right now. it's chilly, 47 degrees in philadelphia. 46 in allentown. 48 degrees in cape may. it's also windy out there, as we go after the rush hour, we'll see sunshine start to affect the brightening sky cover, noon, 53 degrees, staying chilly today, sunny by 3:00 p.m. 56 degrees. tam a wind advisory until noon.
this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
showing you the wet and windy conditions out there on the the roadways. we've seen this all morning long. we've got rain drops and slick roads. people wanting to drive the usual speeds, but instance someone looking down and changing the radio station or looking at their phone could get into something ugly. >> we have accidents and down trees, why not a disabled vehicle, a schuylkill expressway eastbound at vine we're jammed because the center lane is blocked. that guy is stuck in the middle of highway. since we have so many problems on the roads we'll throw in alissues. like we warned you, we're seeing over an hour delay. it's wet and windy you're waiting for your train for other an hour, median elwin we have a
train -- media/elwyn we have a train suspended. >> reporter: the rain is pushing toward the east. wind at advisory in effect until noon. winds gusting 40 to 350 miles per hour. look for branches on the roads. >> at least the eagles won. imagine if they didn't. for karen, david, tam, i'm matt, "g.m.a." is next. i'm a migraine sufferer and i'm an emt. when i get a migraine at work, it's debilitating. if i call out with a migraine, that's one less ambulance to serve a community. i just don't want to let these people down. excedrin migraine. relief that works as hard as you do.
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good morning, america. breaking news, a powerful storm lashing the northeast with hurricane-force wind gusts and torrential rains triggering flash flooding. stranding drivers in high water. knocking out power for 900,000. now the warning for your morning commute and the system's track right now. special counsel robert mueller poised to bring the first criminal charges in the russia investigation. arrests could come as early as this morning. president trump calls it a witch-hunt again. who will be caught in the crosshairs? breaking overnight, stunning allegations against kevin spacey. an accuser coming forward saying the actor made a sexual advance on him when he was 14 years old. spacey now apologizing. and as more allegations come out against harvey weinstein, one of his first