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a live look here at center city philadelphia and the comcast center. 64 degrees right now. enjoy the dry weather while it lasts, because we do have storms moving in this afternoon and evening. we will tell you, we will show you when the rain is expected to hit your neighborhood. good morning, welcome to nbc 10 news today, i'm chris cato. >> i'm tracy davidson. >> it is 5:00 a.m. let's get you updated about the storms as meteorologist brittney shipp with her first alert forecast. brittney? >> we want you to be prepared as we head into the afternoon and evening. we do expect a possibility of severe storms for parts of the area. i'll show you exactly where. here's a live look outside right now. we're seeing a cloudy start and quiet start. everything will stay nice and dry. we have a chance of severe storms into the afternoon and evening, heavy downpours, which means flooding is going to be a possibility. here are the areas highlighted in yellow that have the chance to see severe storms. what severe storm means is when gusts up to 60 miles an hour.
if the thunderstorm is strong enough we could see hail. a chance of thunderstorms, philadelphia stretching down into south jersey. most of delaware will see a chance of thunderstorms. the area in yellow has a chance to see severe thunderstorms. allentown, the poconos, lampgster county all included. unsettled weather back to the west is heading our way. that's what's going to help produce thunderstorms, plus we'll see warmer temperatures. that will contribute to our thunderstorm activity as well. 6 65 degrees as you head out the door, 63 degrees in quakertown 61 in doylestown, right along the shore, 61 in beach haven, low 60s in avalon 62 in dover. for today, temperatures range between 83 and 86 degrees. the chance between afternoon and evening showers. 5 to 15 miles per hour. coming up i'll do an
hour-by-hour breakdown for your neighborhood. we'll check on nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> good news if you're headed out the door to work. currently no problems. right around 24th street a two-minute travel time here headed westbound towards the schuylkill expressway. the same if you're headed eastbound towards 95. no problem there. the rest of the drive times in or out of the city, no problems from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway if you're traveling on 95. 13 minutes on the schuylkill expressway, no problems or delays on the blue route and no delays for mass transit. all good news all across the board. back to you guys. >> 5:02 now. let's get to breaking news from the munn the inging park section of philadelphia. juries jury just got there. what's happening there. >> reporter: the fire department just finished searching the rooftops of a low home on the
4100 block of north franklin street. you can see some the police officers down on the street in front of the row home. this happened a little while ago. the woman was shot in the face. she was rushed to temple. likely in critical condition because of the amount of blood that was on the scene. right now they're searching for at least two gunmen. they have one man in custody. they say he is a witness to the crime. so they're searching for two gunmen. i'll try to get more information and join you in another 30 minutes or so. live in hunting park jesse gary nbc 10 news. a look at this a couple of hours ago. philadelphia police arrested these two men who they say climbed scaffolding and broke into the window of an office bulling on broad street near arch. witnesses called police after they saw the men throwing various items out of the windows of this victim building. police arrested the men on the 18th floor. a man was arrested after a police say he threw a brick through a mcdonald's window at
broad and arch. the store was open. nobody was hurt. the suspect was arrested a few blocks away. new information on a hit and run investigation in salem county that critically injured a local athlete. his parents stepped away from their son's bedside to give us an update. nbc 10's katy zachry is live in pennsville with what they said. >> reporter: the parents of kyle pszenny, 17 years old who goes to pennsville high school behind me, they say he's in critical condition. they thank the commune for their support since early yesterday morning and this morning, just a few hours from now, the students here at pennsville memorial high school will wear blue in honor of kyle. 17-year-old kyle pszenny who plays football for pennsville is lying in a hospital bed this morning, just 24 hours after being struck by a hit and run driver. kyle was hit early sunday morning riding home on his skateboard. police say the driver of the hyundai elantra did not stop. witnesses tell us the -- police say the impact threw kyle several hundred yards down the street.
now, one witness describes what he heard. he lives right near the scene. >> very bad shape, yes. whoever hit him, they didn't even stop. they hit him, as soon as they hit him, right back on the gas and gone. >> and last night kyle underwent hours of surgery. coming up in the next half hour you'll hear from his parents. reporting live in pennsville katy zachry, nbc 10 news. and last night in philadelphia, a teenager was hit and killed by a driver suspected of dui. that victim is 17-year-old adele sos matos. police say a car ran a stop sign and hit him as matos was riding his bicycle in the hunting park section of philadelphia last night. he was at 7th and cayuga streets when the car ran over him. friends of the victim and witnesses tell us what they saw and heard. >> the guy hit him, he flew over the windshe'll and he was laying on the floor. >> he need the cpr.
so everybody move, do my job. try to do the best i could and i just couldn't keep up with him. >> and police arrested the alleged driver on suspicion of dui. we'll let you know if and when charges are filed in the death of the teen. 5:06. a new video showing a chaotic scene outside a music festival in new jersey yesterday. police arrested several people who they say were trying to illegally get into the summer jam concert at metlife stadium in east rutherford. witnesses say they were denied entry although they had tickets. 64 degrees. happening today, low-wage workers at philadelphia international airport plan to hold a protest at city hall. dozen of baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants and airplane cleaners say they're livering in poverty, making 7 another7.25 an hour. from our delaware bureau
now, lawyers will begin picking jurors for a stalking trial. >> the case is linked to the wilmington courthouse murders. the trial involves three relatives of thomas matusiewicz. police say he shot and killed christine belford and her friend at the new castle county courthouse in 2013. prosecutors claim his wife his daughter and his son, david, harassed belford for years over the internet and by mail. she and david were divorced. she was at the courthouse that day for a custody hearing involving their child. after shooting them to death, matusiewicz traded gunfire with police before killing himself. a philadelphia judge is expected to appoint lawyers for the three suspects in the kidnapping case. the three are charged with ab dublgting a woman from a parking garage in april and beating and torturing her. police say they wanted the code to the safe at the jewelry store where she worked. today we expect to learn more about a case involving a whistle-blower and now suspended
penn state fraternity. earlier this year vivenzio contacted state college police about possible crimes on that chapter's facebook page. the chapter was suspended after authorities said they found photos of nude unconscious women and drug sales on that page. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. it's officially a first alert weather day as we head into the afternoon and into the evening. the reason why is we're tracking a chance of severe storms which could lead to heavy downpours which could lead to flooding. if you find yourself near flooded roadways turn around don't try and drive through them as we head into the rest of day. here's the breakdown. all the areas highlighted in yellow under a chance of severe thunderstorms. the areas highlighted in green have a chance of thunderstorms. the difference is with thunderstorms we could see wind
gives up to 60 miles an hour damaging winds. some of the thunderstorms could produce hail. this will mainly be confined to parts of the poconos, the lehigh valley stretching out to lancaster county and berks county. closer to philadelphia south jersey, we expect to see thunderstorms. we're seeing unsettled weather throughout our area. a few showers starting to push into the poconos at this hour. most of this moisture will stay to the north of our area. it won't be until later on we start to get the thunderstorms fired up especially with the temperatures pushing into the mid-80s. right now conditions throughout the area 56 degrees in philadelphia, mild start in wilmington at 61. 61 in washington township. 63 in reading. 56 in shenandoah. 58 degrees in the poconos. right along the shore we're in the low 60s. we continue to see our win speeds cominging up from the south. it will help contribute to our warmer temperatures heading into this afternoon. our breakdown shows by 3:00 4:00, that's the window to start
seeing some of the storms in our area allentown, reading, the poconos. this is where the heavyion pours will be. same thing closer to wilmington. it will take longer to see thunderstorm activity in philadelphia closer to 8:00 9:00 at night. by 10:00 p.m. we have south jersey with a chance of thunderstorms and that will linger into our 11:00 hour and close to midnight. even into our overnight hours, we'll see another round of thunderstorms. that will probably affect philadelphia once again. then scattered showers expected for us as we head into your tuesday. our temperatures will stay warm in the mid-80s. over the next eight hours by 10:00 p.m. 73 degrees. by 1:00 p.m. 80 degrees. today's high will range between 83 and 86. i'm tracking 90s in your forecast. i'll have that in ten minutes. >> 90s, do you hear that? >> i heard that. >> ten minutes after 5:00. let's see how your monday morning drive is shaping up. >> jessica boyington is watching
the roads for us. >> i ahman morning typically jams up early. we're starting off with drive times, currently no problems on 95 the schuylkill. the minutes are looking great so far. 95 through delaware same story the cars moving along great. 11 minutes or under heading northbound from 295 up towards 495 and a great alternate for everything is to take mass transit. no problems or delays there. all the area bridges free and clear heading into or out of the city. back to you guys. a manhunt is under way for two escaped prisoner who busted out of a new york jail. we'll show you what they left behind for authorities. a police officer pulled a gun at a pool party. and a driver rams a spores bar with his vehicle. we'll show you how the incident played out.
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5:14. we have a new surveillance video in thisç morning. it shows an suv hitting a sports bar in delaware county. shorts this happened at mike johnny's sports bar on north 5th street in darby. a passenger gets out of the vehicle, examines for damage. the driver eventually takes off. police are look for that person. no one was hurt apparently. what a story here. it's still developing two
killers who broke out of a maximum security prison in new york on saturday, they're still on the run this morning. >> officials say they could be anywhere. investigators say they broke through steel and planned their escape for some time and they might have had some help. new york state police now offering a $100,000 reward for the wheres about of these two men, richard matt and david sweat. right now it's unclear whether the duo took off on foot or found other transportation. but this is the steel pipe new york governor andrew cuomo says the men somehow got through after cutting through a steel plate, breaking done a brick wall. investigators say they used power tools to break out and handmade dumb miss to trick guards into thinking they were still in bed. this is the note they left hn. they left the prison over the weekend and left that behind. it's some sort of smiley face with the message have a nice day written under it. governor cuomo says quote, we will get them back and we'll give them the note back. >> on your face!
>> the texas police officer seen in this video that is now viral is on administrative leave as authorities investigate his response to a disturbance at a pool party. the officer is shown throwing a 14-year-old girl foot ground and then pinning her down with his knees on her back there in that video. and today the dallas-ft. worth state and national naacp leaders are scheduled to meet with the mckinney police chief and the mckinney police department is the one involved in the arrest there. the naacp is demanding a thorough investigation to be led by an independent police agency. the president of the arlington branch of the naac px says quote, the fundamental problem is the expectation that many officers have when they look at young african-americans. they expect them to be more violent, more dangerous than any other race and they expect them to engage in criminal activity. new jersey's gun laws make victims, that's according to protesters who marched outside the home of steve sweeney in woodbury yesterday. the gun laws need to be
streamlined, the protesters say and modernize and sweeney is standing in the way of that. some of the soons they carried show pictures of carol bound. she file for a gun permit in april but never got it. >> if carol would have been living in another state she'd be alive today because she would have been able to utilize modern background check and purchase and carry her firearm on her person to protect herself against any type of violent criminal. >> after a manhunt for eitel, police say they found him, that he had hung himself in the garage of a house in west berlin. more members of dennis hastert's wrestling squad from illinois are speaking out about allegations of sexual abuse. he's scheduled to make his first court appearance today.
mean people want to know who is individual "a" in that indictment. the students that hastert used to coach are puzzled saying they've never had any indication of sexual abuse going on. >> none whatsoever. until more comes out, then i'm still going to believe he's a good person. >> now, a friend of another wrestler said the wrestler confided in him 40 years ago that he had sexual encounters with hastert years earlier. hastert has not commented on the allegations. 5:18. if you're getting ready to head out the door, let's get a look at the roads. >> jessica boyington has a look at everything going on. >> we're quite this morning so far. so definitely good news as you head out the door in the next couple of minutes through the philadelphia area. we're looking live in new jersey on 295. right around the black horse pike. you can see all traffic moving along nicely. typically this is an active work
zone at this time. we don't have construction going on at this time cones and things in the area on the right-hand shoulder. al lanes moving fine ramps are open headed southbound from 38 up towards this point at the black horse pike. as we check the schuylkill expressway through the conshohocken curve, the cars are moving along nicely. if you're headed eastbound into the center city area, currently no problems. average speeds at 63 miles per hour. as for mass transit, currently no problems or delays. a great alternate if you want to tad new jersey transit, septa or patco this morning. more coming up in ten minutes. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. it is now a first alert weather day for a chance of severe storms as we head into the afternoon. hot and humid conditions expected for us and 90s are back in your seven-day forecast. a chance of 90 degree weather. here's a look at the first alert weather day.
this is why we issued it. we have a chance of severe storms which means we could see heavy downpours, flooding a possibility and some of the severe storms it's a possibility we could see wind gusts of 60 miles per hour and even hail. the sun starting to come up cloudy skies 65 degrees in philadelphia, wind speeds out of the south/southwest at 7 miles per hour. humidity is up to 70%. it is a mild start to the morning with our wind direction out of the south. that's warmer air coming up. 63 degrees right now in reading. 59 in coatesville. 61 degrees in wilmington waking up with us in northeast philly. you're at 65. 61 as you head out the door in mt. holly. temperatures around the shore at 62 degrees in avalon. 64 in lewis. big difference with the temperatures between right now and yesterday. we're up 17 degrees in the poconos, up 12 in allentown, up 10 degrees in northeast philly. we're starting to see the showers moving into parts of the poconos. this batch of moisture will mainly stay to the north of the area with the exception of the
poconos. we have unsettled weather throughout the rest of our region which is way off to the west. that's going to continue to track closer to the east and move in as we head into the afternoon. this is why we've issued the first alert. we have a chance of thunderstorms for philadelphia all points south, including south jersey along the shore and most of delaware. the areas highlighted in yellow have a chance to see severe storms. with the severe storms we get the wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour, the possibility of hail, heavy downpours. be careful if you live in the lehigh valley, into the poconos stretching out into lancaster county. we'll start to see the storms moving in around 3:00 p.m. on and off storms expected heading into the rest of this evening. 85 heading into tuesday, then we get warmer wednesday we dry out, 87. 90s by thursday and friday. all right, brittney, 5:21 now. american pharoah is coming off a history-making weekend. now a new jersey track is trying to lure the triple crown winner
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1968. his owner says he'll continue to race this year, hasn't said exactly where. in the meantime the horse is back home in kentucky to greet his adoring fans. >> it was really neat this morning to be able to share this horse with everybody else. because me as a fan, i know when i started training thoroughbreds, i loved to go meet the good horses up close. that's what this horse is all about. >> american pharoah's owners live in new jersey, so officials at monmouth park think they have a chance at getting the horse on their track. the "today" show will talk live exclusively to the owners of american pharoah as well as the horse's trainer and jockey. that's coming up this morning starting at 7:00. 5:25 right now. nbc 10 and nshs university are giving away money, free money to local nonprofits. it's called 21st century solutions. we want to hear from local nonprofits that have come up with new and innovative programs to help their communities but they just need some cash like $550,000. the winners will receive grant
money. groups have until july 3rd to apply. find more information at nbc10.com. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> here's a look at one of my favorite stops at cape may. we'll see a chance of thunderstorms heading into the rest of today. take a look at -- look at that a bird flying by. it's gorgeous out there. i'll give you the details on our first alert weather day. we just issued a first alert for the thunderstorms. what you need to know coming up in my full forecast. jessica? we're looking live on a quiet roadway, 202. northbound, if you can see headlights coming through, that's where they're going. my best advice leave now. there's no problems. we'll have more drive times coming up. a new jersey teenager were a star football player at at high school behind me is critically injured in a hit and run.
the family of a local high school athlete hit inurt in a hit and run crash. plus a chaotic scene outside a concert in new jersey as riot police were called in to control the crowd. we'll tell you how witnesses say fans became rowdy. we'll tell you what's on the way in terms of storms and when it's supposed to get here. 5:30 welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm chris cato. no storms out there right now. meteorologist brittney shipp is here with her first alert forecast. good morning, brittney. >> good morning. it will be a nice start to the day. temperatures already on the mild side in the mid-60s for philadelphia, eventually heading into the afternoon, we'll warm into the mid-80s. above average for us. a look outside right now. seeing a mix of sun and clouds but it is a first alert weather day now because of the chance of severe storms as we head into the afternoon and into the evening. heavy downpours possible flooding will be a possibility. damaging winds especially for the areas highlighted in