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. nearly 100,000 people are forced to flee the firefly music festival after dangerous weather moves across delaware. we'll tell you what happened to the bands, performers and concert-goers. a block party ends in violence. seven people are shot including a toddler. the latest on their conditions and the search for the gunman ahead in a live report. the rain is starting to taper off but showers will linger. also some low clouds lingering
there. we'll tell you what to expect for your father's day plans. good morning. welcome to nbc 10 news today. thank you very much for being with us. i'm ted greenberg, just about 6:01 this sunday morning. happy father's day. let's get to the sunday forecast with first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. still some father's day showers outs there. >> still some showers. as we head into the morning, we will have a chance of lingering showers. look at how wet the roads are in cape may. we are not completely done with this system, but the heaviest rain in cape may, you probably heard it last night as you were sleeping. you can still make out the circulation there. let's zoom in and show you where it is still raining. this is just to the south of new york here near middletown. we are seeing light rainfall if i take you over to the shore here closer to the shore near maurice river and closer to cape may where we showed you that
camera. sea isle city still dealing with downpours. over in delaware dover, riverview, south of milford all seeing some rainfall now. also just to the west of lewis. this is something we will continue tracking as we head into the rest of this morning. it will remain spotty and a chance of downpours. moving through baltimore now we have this circulation here swinging through baltimore, so everything is heading to the east and northeast. wilmington probably will see another round of these showers. we have a flood watch until 8:00 a.m. that's due to the threat of flooding. for today, hot and humid conditions once we get done with the early rain. temperatures will range between 87 and 90 degrees. i'm tracking even warmer weather on the way in my full forecast. new from overnight, look at
this car fire we got video of this was on the roosevelt expressway near fox street in the east falls section of the neighborhood. the entire car was engulfed in flames around 3:30 this morning. firefighters were able to put the flames out. luckily no one was hurt. still no word on what sparked that fire. an update on the breaking news we first told you about yesterday morning on nbc 10 news today. police say it could take days to clean up the oil left behind after a fuel truck caught fire on the pennsylvania turnpike. it happened around 7:00 a.m. in bensalem shutting down the eastbound lanes for hours. a viewer shot this video of the truck which was haul being 2700 gallons of home heating oil at the time. no one was hurt. a cause is still under investigation. it appears everybody was here for the picnic and got hit it looks like they randomly fired down the street and hit whoever was in the way. police are searching for the
person who opened fire on a block party in west philadelphia injuring seven people including several children. jesse gary is live outside of penn presbyterian in west philadelphia where several of those victims were taken. jesse, you have learned this was a dangerous situation, especially because of the type of weapon that was used. >> that's right. a shotgun which sprays pellets out in this kind of general direction instead of a single bullet which can hit many more people. to that point, i talked to one of the relatives of one of the victims inside penn presbyterian. she tells me he is soon to be discharged from the hospital. they don't believe his wounds are life threatening. he is one of four adults being treated inside the hospital. we have learned that three of the four are in stable condition. one about to be discharged. and the one person we don't have an update on we're trying to get that for you. police detectives say the
shooter opened fire at 11:30 last night at a block party at 41st and ogden street. they were celebrating a birthday they were all out in the party, out in the middle of the street having a good time. investigators say the suspect may have been at the gathering earlier, left and returned brought a shotgun, opened fire shoot nothing the crowd. that included children, two teens and an 18-month-old baby were hit by the shotgun blast. >> what's your reaction to hearing about kids getting hit? >> it's sad. i don't really -- it's like -- it's just sad that people just having regular cookout and some people decide do this. >> you hope they catch the guy? >> definitely yeah. they need to be locked up behind bars. >> reporter: i asked the relative of one of the victims who would want do this, who would want to open fire on your
family? they don't have enemies. it's a complete mystery. southwest detectives don't have a motive or suspect yet. i'll bring you some new information coming up in the next 30 minutes. live outside penn presbyterian in west philadelphia jesse gary nbc 10 news. that's what ticks me off. there's kids out here. i'm livid. there's no excuse. >> we're hearing from an angry assistant police chief of the detroit police department after a deadly shooting at a block party in that city yesterday. one person is dead. nine others are hurt and a gunman still on the loose after police say the shooter opened fire. investigators say no children were shot quoting here through the grace of god. authorities think the victim who was killed had been targeted by the shooter. happening today, church services will resume at the charleston south carolina church where nine people were killed during that shooting rampage. last night hundreds of people
marched through downtown charleston to emmanuel a.m.e. church where suspect dylann roof opened fire during an evening bible study. this morning we know the fbi is investigating a website registered under roof's name. it features a manifesto-type posting where the writer lashes out at african-americans, hispanics asians and jews. there's also photos of roof holding a gun, burning an american flag and standing in front of a confederate history library. the church's pastor and state senator, clemena pinckney will be laid to rest this week. public viewings are set for wednesday and thursday. funeral services are scheduled for friday. the philadelphia church with ties to emmanuel ame will also reopen today for sunday services. black bunting hangs inside mother bethel ame church in society hill in remembrance of the nine victims. church leaders have told us they
have taken steps to make sure all worshipers will be safe today. some houses of worship in our area are planning fund-raisers for the church in charleston. for a full list visit nbc10.com. up next investigators narrow their search for those two escaped killers from upstate new york. we'll tell you where they're now focusing their attention. plus the firefly concert canceled. heavy rain and lightning forced organizers to call off the show. we'll tell you what's happening there today. >> i'm tracking tropical downpours from remnants of bill. i'll tell you what to expect coming up.
dover is expected to go on as planned today after severe weather forced organizers to clear the ground last night. a viewer sent us this video, it shows crowds streaming towards the exit. organizers urged people to take down tents and canopies at their camp sites and take shelter in vehicles. today's shows are expected to go on as scheduled. sounds like a smart decision to have people leave there like that. >> absolutely. you saw the video, with all the lightning in the background. that's the time to find a safer place to be. hopefully everyone was fine in that. now we will see the concert back on today. just tracking a few light showers. we continue see that same threat of thundershowers. there's a live look outside, low-hanging clouds throughout philadelphia. if we switch you over to radar, we'll show you that circulation there. it's no longer a tropical depression. we are just dealing with the remnants of bill. that's bringing us tropical
downpours. still a good amount of rain moving into parts of cape may this morning. closer to maurice river. as we head into the rest of today, we will see lingering showers. once again, in the late morning hours and in the afternoon and in between that it's going to be a hot and humid day. red line right now, seeing those moderate downpours, flying over to norristown, same thing, light rain moving in. another round pushing in. it's moving into baltimore at this time. tracking from the west heading to the east and northeast. as we plan your father's day forecast a few lingering showers. temperatures by 8:00 a.m., 77 degrees. 11:00 a.m. 81. 2:00 p.m. 87 degrees. i'll let you know how hot it will feel coming up in my seven-day forecast. preparing for the pope. later today the philadelphia delegation for the world meeting of family also leave for rome.
sign of david sweat and richard matt. the duo used power tools to cut their way out of the clinton correctional facility in northern new york earlier this month. wait list force vet lists for veterans at some va centers are longer now than a year ago. the va increased its capacity by nearly 7 million more patient visits since a scandal hit the department of veterans affairs. but officials did not anticipate just how much workload and demand from veterans would continue to increase. drivers in new jersey continue to see higher prices at the pump. this marks the fifth straight week that gas prices have gone up in the garden state. according to aaa, the average price of a gallon of regular in new jersey is $2.62, up two cents from last week much lower than the 3.59 drivers were paying this time last year. here's a look across the area.
in new jersey most drivers paying around $2.62. in delaware the average is $2.75 a gallon. and in philadelphia, 2.91 a gallon. this father's day weekend a lot will be said about the bonds between dads and children. but in one new york town that bond is especially unique because several pairs of fathers and sons work in the exact same place. nicole pitt has the story. >> hearing him, coming in and seeing him all the time. get used to it. >> reporter: barry ross is talking about seeing his son, jonathan, on the job. john joined the walmart team just about a month ago as a truck driver. they are one of six sets of father and son truck drivers. get this there are 13 more pairs of fathers and sons working in the warehouse making a total of 19 pairs at the mercy location. >> i know i wanted to do it.
i remember going to school first and second grade, telling the teacher i want tow truck. >> he rolled with me in the truck when he was 9, 10 years old. that's what he always wanted to do was drive a truck. might as well do it here than anywhere. >> when i was a younger kid i used to ride with him all the time all summer i was with him in the truck. i enjoyed what i was doing. he made a good future for himself. >> i really tried to talk him out of the same way my father tried to talk me out of it. >> reporter: unsuccessfully. >> not a whole lot i could do about it because he did a lot of it without dad knowing. he's always liked to drive. he rode with me since he was 8 years old. >> it's amazing our sons will follow along. they know that it's a lot of time away from home but it's a good income here. it's just everybody gets along.
>> i love watching the relationships that are built here each and every day. and watching that father/son relationship is truly special. >> i preach safety to him constantly. what trouble key have. i'm training him, instead of being as a little kid teaching him, i'm now teaching him as a grown man, which fun. and scary as all get go. good morning. we have a few lingering showers moving through parts of our area. the heaviest rain is off shore. we have a flood watch in effect until 8:00 a.m. a few more tropical downpours for us. hot and humid conditions as we head into the rest of your father's day weekend. a live look outside. low-hanging clouds over the philadelphia skyline. here's another look. same thing. 75 degrees. already a mild start.
temperatures will push into the 90s. it will be warmer than what we saw yesterday. if you thought yesterday was warm. we are still dealing with high humidity and dew point levels for today. radar shot shows the heaviest rain offshore. and then if you take a closer look a few scattered showers moving in from the west. we zoom you in here near neptune, middletown dealing with rainfall. most of the heavy rain is to the south near the cape may area. dover, smuryrna seeing some rounds. pushing through baltimore from the east to the northeast. so moving into delaware and philadelphia after that. future weather shows lingering showers through 7:00 a.m. as we get closer to 8:00 l p÷9:00, we see more clearing. a lull for most of the afternoon. by 4:00 p.m. another round for allentown. that will transition down towards philadelphia and toms
rif before wever before we see more clearing. we have a flood watch with a few more tropical downpours expected. that could decrease your visibility if you're driving around. also flooding will be a possibility. how warm will it feel once we get rid of the rainfall. by 11:00 a.m. 87 degrees. keep dad hydrated today. as we head into the afternoon and evening hours it will feel like it's 95 degrees in philadelphia. feeling like 96 in wilmington. as we head out for a late dinner it's still going to feel like it's 84 in philadelphia. it's going to be a warm day. hot and humid and sticky. average for this time of year is 84. today, 90 degrees. by the time you head back to tomorrow, 91. our range today between 87 and 90 with early rain expected. hot and humid conditions on tap. seven-day forecast shows as we head into tomorrow we are warmer than today. maybe a heat wave for us if we
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welcome back. a foggy scene as we look towards the art museum from our camera atop the mellon bank building in center city philadelphia. 74 degrees right now. some parts of our area are seeing heavy rain including parts of cape may and cumberland counties. the entire region is under a flood watch until 8:00 this
morning. brittany's full forecast in a few minutes. detectives in florida used new fingerprint technology to help catch an alleged child predator. they were able to i.d. the man by just using photos of his hands. john rogers has the story. >> reporter: earlier this year detectives got a tip that danny horner had been making graphic child porn with a 1-year-old boy. but after horner was arrested officials still needed the evidence to prove it. >> a lot of times you might know a person who is responsible for a crime or think a person is responsible for a crime, then you have to find evidence to prove it in court. >> reporter: investigators confiscated his phone and found pictures of a man abusing a child. the man's face was not visible. but his fingers were captured in incredible detail. so a detective thought could this fingerprint be identified? >> so this was something new that we had never done before. >> reporter: detectives at the county sheriff's office used
computers to isolate the prints on the photos. when they compared him to danny horner they were a match. >> how big of a deal is this to extract a fingerprint from a photograph? >> it's huge. >> reporter: for the prosecutor working the case it was compelling evidence. >> this was actually more reliable than comparing to a print last at the scene, here you are look at the actual finger and you're not worried about how much pressure was applied to that print. >> reporter: experts say this is a game changer. in an ij of hiage of high-tech camera phones this could help capture criminals in the future. >> it's groundbreaking. i never heard of it before. gunfire erupts at a local block party. seven people are shot including three children. nbc 10's jesse gary is live in west philadelphia. >> this morning we're starting to hear from victims relatives about what happened that night and why it happened. we'll have that for you coming up after the break. i'm tracking a few isolated
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the bands, performers and concert-goers. a block party ends in violence. seven people are shot including three children. the latest their conditions and the search for the gunman ahead in a live report. the rain is starting to taper off but showers will still hang around parts of our area. we'll tell you what to expect for your father's day plans. welcome back to nbc 10 news today. happy fathers day. let's get to the father's day forecast from meteorologist brittney shipp in the weather center. it's getting off to a wet start. a wet start, so dealing with wet roads if you're leaving the house early this morning. still dealing with a few mod downpours, be careful as you're out and about. there's a live look at cape may. you can see rainfall coming down. that's where we see the heaviest amounts of rainfall. most of the rain pushing off shore, just dealing with a few
lingering showers for the next two, three hours. cape may county maurice river, moderate downpour. same thing for lower cape may. if you look at pennsville and delaware city all seeing light rainfall. this is all tracking to the east. lower merion light rainfall. another round moving into baltimore, that's continuing to track to the east. that's going to swing into the northern part of delaware. we have a flood watch that look like it's partially expired a bit early. was going to stay in effect for the entire area until 8:00 a.m. it looks like this is a new update where we are seeing a flood threat going down which is good news if you want to get your father's day plans started early. a few lingering showers as we head into the morning, a bit more clearing heading into the afternoon. it is still going to be hot and humid and sticky. stay hydrated by 11:00 a.m. 81 degrees. by 2:00 p.m. 87. today's high at 90 degrees.
new from overnight, aooeseast falls section of philadelphia. a car burst into flames this was on the roosevelt expressway near fox street around 3:30. shortly after we arrived, firefighters were able to put the flames out. no one was hurt. there's no word on what sparked that fire. a man is dead after police say he was shot by a security guard at a philadelphia bar. they say a fight broke out at old madrid at 5th and fisher avenue in olney around 2:00 this morning. authorities say when the security guard escorted a 27-year-old man out of the bar, he attacked the guard. the guard shot the man. the guard suffered a minor cut. police are investigating. and a deadly shooting at a different bar in north philadelphia. investigators say a fight broke out between a man and a woman at a bar at 29th and chalmers. that's when the bar's owners got involved and shot the man in the chest. the victim was taken to the
happening now, seven people are recovering at philadelphia hospitals after they were shot during a block party. one victim is just 18 months old. and a relative of one of the wounded just spoke with nbc 10 about that. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside pez outside penn presbyterian in west philadelphia with this information. this woman must be shaken up after witnessing the violence. >> reporter: she is ted. she's getting in a car and taking off down the street. that's one of the victims inside penn presbyterian. the victims and the victim's relatives all in the dark about who and why someone would want to open fire with a shot on their family early or late last night sending them into the hospital. as you saw just actually getting into a car and being released. police say the shooting took place around 11:30 last night. the family had gathered to celebrate a relative's birthday
at the corner of 41st and ogden in west philadelphia. one minute they're enjoying food and music, the next minute they hear what sounds like fireworks, then a second series of shots and then people scattering and searching for children. >> it was just scary. my children were out there. it was little kids. it was just -- that was ridiculous like. my kids were in the house, we opened the doors, nothing but blood on the walkway, going up the steps it was ridiculous. >> reporter: two teens and one 18-month-old baby were also hit with shotgun pellets. they are all being treated at children's hospital of philadelphia. all in stable condition. there were four adults being treated here at penn presbyterian, one just got into a car and drove off. that leaves three, two of which are in stable condition.
one literally just discharged while we were on the air. we will try to get information about the other three who were inside coming up in 30 minutes. live outsize penn presbyterian in west philadelphia jesse gary nbc 10 news. there was also a shooting about a dozen blocks away last night, but there's no word yet if the two shootings are related. this was the scene at 37th and mount vernon in mantua. here a man was shot around 9:40 night. he died a short time later. no arrests in this shooting either. happening today, church services will resume later this morning at the charleston south carolina church where nine people were killed. last night hundreds of people marched through downtown charleston to emmanuel ame church where dillon roof opened fire during bible study. the fbi is investigating a website registered under roof's
name. it features a manifesto-type posting where he lashes out at asians, african ferns and jews. there is also a picture of roof holding a gun, burning an american flag and standing in front of a confederate history library. the church's pastor and senator clemena pinckney will be laid to rest this week. public viewings are set for wednesday and thursday. funeral services are scheduled for friday. the philadelphia church with ties to emanuel a.m.e. church in charleston will also reopen today for services. black bunting hangs inside mother bethel a.m.e. church in society hill in remembrance for the nine victims. church leaders tell us they're making sure all worshipers are safe today. >> we know we're in a neighborhood where anybody can walk through the doors. we have always taken it serious. i'm certain we'll pay more attention to it now. at the end of the day we don't want to let fear drive us. >> some houses of worship in our
yir area are planning fund-raisers for the church in charleston. for a list, visit nbc10.com. the police department in camden is paying to have a mr. softee ice cream truck deliver free goodies to children and their dads. the truck will drive through several neighborhoods between 5 and 8:00 p.m. if you don't have plans today, you may want to head to the steele pier in atlantic city. there are several things happening there today including the lantatlantic city grand prix powerboat race there's a family fishing tournament of sorts on the pier this afternoon and all the rides there. all dads ride for free from noon until 5:00. love park in center city transformed. ♪
thousands of paul mccartney fans taking part in a pre-concert clock party ahead of his sold out performance at the wells fargo center tonight. a preview straight ahead. plus we'll tell you how local businesses are coming together to make this father's day special for the son of a fallen philadelphia police officer. >> i'm tracking moderate tropical downpours as you head into the rest of this morning. it's part of remnants from what was tropical depression bill. i'll let you know how that will affect the rest of your father's day and the full forecast come up.
block party ahead of his sold out performance at the wells fargo center tonight. love park in center city was transformed into the all you need is love park. local musicians played songs from the beatles "wings" and mccartney's solo career while visitors enjoyed a light show. actually brittany is here with us this morning. we love bill but brittney shipp is with us. this is video from malvern, chester county. you can see rain was falling in the overnight hours this rain is steady falling, hard in some areas. >> cape my county that's where we are seeing more i have rainfall. not done yet with the remnants of bill. we'll to see a chance of showers as we head into the morning. temperatures are going to rise.
hot and humid conditions expected for us. if we look closer at the radar, i want to show you the big picture. you can see rotation but you can also see the heaviest amounts of rain are right off shore. this is what moved through overnight. you probably saw the lightning, heard the thunder and rain. we are pretty much done with the heaviest rainfall. as we look at where the rain is moving, it's affecting much of cape may county stretching up to atlantic city. still dealing with moderate to heavy downpours. if we show you what's going on in delaware you'll notice a bit of a break here. some of the showers that were in delaware have now pushed into pennsville and to to the north of celon. we have lighter rainfall in lower merion. as you look near baltimore, you notice the showers are slowly starting to wrap around and head to the northeast.
so we'll see another round as we head into the late morning hours, another round closer to 5:00 p.m. in between there, hot and humid conditions. range will be between 87 and 90 degrees. if you're planning on heading out to the phillies game be on the safe side and brings your your poncho. make sure you stay hydrated. ted? >> thank you. still ahead, catching a wave. check this out. 66 surfers, one surfboard and a new world record next. plus this -- >> i'm going home! >> after a long stay at children's hospital of philadelphia, the star of an nfl -- the daughter of an nfl star is going home. that story when we come right back.
in southern california they're fighting a wildfire that has burned thousands of acres of land. several people had to be moved away from the path of that near santa margarita. an additional 300 firefighters are expected to join those already working on the fire. investigators are still trying to figure out how it started. prisoner in new orleans is on the run after investigators say he shot and killed an officer while riding in a police cruiser. investigators say the prisoner somehow got his hands from behind his back, grabbed the gun and got into the front of the cruiser through a small opening. right now police are trying to determine how the man obtained the weapon and they do not believe he used the officer's gun. >> that prisoner somehow was able to get his hands from
behind his back where he was handcuffed, where then he was handcuffed from the front. he actually shot officer holloway while officer holloway was transporting him. >> officials say that officer was a 22-year veteran of the new orleans police department. delaware county businesses are working to make this father's day special for the son of a fallen philadelphia police officer. the youngest son of sergeant robert wilson iii turns two this month. a group of delaware county residents used social media to gather birthday cards for the boy. that idea spread and nearly a dozen businesses are holding a birthday party for him today in upper derby. in march he had gone into a gamestop to buy a gift for his older son's birthday when two brothers tried to rob the place. wilson died after shootout. a merck scientist in north
jersey is facing charges for allegedly running a lab in his home to produce the drug ghb. prosecutors say chemicals and other materials used to make the drug were found in the man's springfield home in union county. ghb is often called a date rape drug because it can produce sedative effects. wait lists for veterans at some va centers are longer now than they were a year ago. according to the "new york times," the va has increased its capacity by 7 million patient visits since last year when a scandal over false records and long wait times hit the department of veterans affairs. but officials did not anticipate just how much workload and demand from veterans would continue to increase. talk about catching a wave. take a look at this. 66 surfers set the world record for the most people riding a
board at once. about 5,000 people were at huntington beach in california to watch the guinness world record attempt. the surfers rode the wave for 12 seconds. the previous record was set a decade ago when 47 surfers rode a wave for 10 seconds. good morning. we're still dealing with the flood watch for part of our area and a flood asdvisory, so flooding is a concern for us for another hour or so. we're tracking tropical downpours and hot and humid conditions once we get done with the rainfall. you can see the low hanging clouds here. an overcast start to the morning. as we get into the afternoon, it's going to be hot and humid and sticky. keep that in mind. we're seeing rain once again at the philadelphia international airport. 75 degrees, wind speeds out of
the south at 7 miles per hour. already a mild start with temperatures in the mid 70s. here's a closer look at the radar. most of the heavy rain and the intense thunderstorms we saw last night are well off shore. now we're dealing with the lingering remnants of what was once tropical depression bill. the heaviest is moving from ocean city up to atlantic city. moderate rain pushing into egg harbor, same thing in galloway. flying to salem county pennsville mannington seeing some light rainfall. delaware seeing a break now. another round of light showers swings through. same thing for philadelphia stretching down into chester, abington seeing a bit of light rain. how much rainfall did we get last night? close to 4 inches in the northern parts of delaware. elsewhere, not as much. between 1 to 2 inches. if we take a closer look to the south of water fordford, we picked up about 2.2.
but some areas got close to four inches of rainfall. so be careful of flooded streets out there. the future cast shows by 8:00 a.m. lingering showers, a bit of clearing maybe some sunshine closer to 5:00 another round of light, spotty showers. possibility of a stray thunderstorm before we see more clearing as we head into monday and start your work week. the other thing we want to point out, it will feel hot today. by noon it will feel close to 90 degrees. by the afternoon/evening hours, it will feel like it's in the mid 90s for philadelphia northeast philly and millville. the actual temperature will be closer to 90 degrees. we have a lot of moisture and humidity left over. that combination is going to feel sticky. i am also tracking the possibility of a heat wave going into the rest of today and tomorrow. other average for this time of year is 84. 90 degrees as we head into today. tomorrow, 91.
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i'm going home! leah is still going home. the 5-year-old daughter of cincinnati bengals star devon still has been at children's hospital of philadelphia for several weeks undergoing stem cell therapy for her cancer. but yesterday she got some great news and her father posted this video on instagram. 0-2 pitch. a ball hit deep to left. taylor going back. and max scherzer has a no-hitter! >> the washington nationals max scherzer came within one out of a perfect game. but still managed to throw a no-hitter against the pittsburgh
pirates. scherzer struck out ten yesterday for the second no-hitter in major league baseball this year. but it did not come without controversy. two outs in the ninth, scherzer hit jose tabata in the elbow ending the bid for the perfect game. some argued that he leaned into the pitch on purpose. the ump did not see it that way. a special surprise in montgomery county a vietnam veteran. >> god is good. a newly restored handicap accessible band was donated to larry scott yesterday at motor car makeovers in blue bell. the 67-year-old navy airman recently underwent spinal surgery that left his paralyzed. >> this is a sign for me that god is on my side and that
things are going to get better. one day i'm going to walk again. >> scott says the van will allow him to visit his four children, 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. 6:57 right now on your sunday morning. gunfire erupts at a local block party. seven people are shot including three children. jesse gary is live in west philadelphia following the latest developments. >> one of those seven who was injured just discharged from penn presbyterian behind me. we'll update with you that coming up. looks like the rain's picked up for jesse's live shot. we're tracking another round of downpour what was once tropical depression bill. you can see the low-hanging clouds. i'll let you know what's in store as you try to plan yours day. that's coming up.
to leave the music festival after dangerous weather moves across delaware. well tell you what's planned for today. this morning we're tracking more showers, find out what you can expect in your neighborhood and what it means for your father's day plans coming up. and block party shooting. seven people are injured including a toddler after someone opened fire during a neighborhood event. good morning. welcome to nbc 10 news today. i'm ted greenberg. thank you very much for being with us. it's 7:00 a.m. this sunday morning. happy father's day to the dads out there. let's get to first alert meteorologist brittney shipp in the weathers center. a lot of folks have father's day plans today, but if it's early they'll need an umbrella right? >> you'll want to keep an umbrella handy with you as we head into the next couple of hours, after that you won't need it. hot and humid conditions. you won't be wanting to lug that around. you have to stay