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47 in pottstown or millville, 48 wilmington, in the mountains well above freezing for mount pocono at 39 degrees. with sunshine breaking through the clouds as the day goes on, we'll see the temperature also right back in the middle 50s this afternoon. 48 at 8:00, northeast wind that starts to shift at 11:00, more sunshine, 51 degrees, then 54 degrees, that's at 2:00 this afternoon. with less wind than we had yesterday. the winds were gusting to near 40 miles an hour yesterday afternoon. i'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood when i'm back in 10 minutes. let's see what's happening with the roads. jessica boyington has your traffic. >> we're watching 95 now, starting to see a little bit of volume increase around girard avenue. you can see our drive times are okay. we're still at 14 minutes and in the green. probably the next 20 minutes to 30 minutes or so we'll see an increase but you can see we're okay, headed southbound to the center city area, but the schuylkill expressway also looking the same. we're not seeing delays there.
right through the conshohocken curve you can see east or westbound, 12 minutes at the most. not a big increase from the blue route to the vine street, afternoon speeds of 61 miles per hour. there, now watch for construction. this is on 295 in new jersey headed southbound toward the are delaware memorial bridge. headed into delaware right around the delaware bridge toll plaza. for now word of it backed up to hope road. more when i come back in the next ten. >> thank you. two people are hurt after a shooting and one of those victims was involved in a crash on the way to the hospital. the shooting happened on dara street. the woman walked to the hospital on her own, someone took the man for treatment but the vehicle slammed into a pole outside of the hospital. this morning police are looking for the shooter. matt delucia also following breaking news. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, vai. police are investigating the
shooting of a man that led to a crash in hunting park. i'm at temple park. >> two people who were randomly stabbed are trying to get back to their routine. the attacker remains on the loose. both stabbings happened yesterday around 5:30. the second happen add half hour later at 21st and arch. monique is live with details on a lead that police are following. tell us more. >> reporter: yes, tracy. less than 24 hours ago we talked to both victims about their frightening morning. one didn't wish to show his face. the older told us he feels blessed. >> it could have been much worse. i'm very lucky. >> police tell us they believe they have identified the person of interest responsible for attacks just blocks apart in a matter of minutes. here is what central detectives are working on. a man wearing the same clothing
as the person in the video released was kicked out after homeless shelter on monday night after punching another man. >> i felt an arm and something slash at my neck, i gave him a shot to the shoulder before i even turned around and he -- i saw him running back around the corner. >> josh also says he was scratched on the cheek but a temple student suffered injuries to his wrist and side while jogging. he says he was slashed by a man with a blade. the victim says the attacker southed at him, then stabbed him with what appeared to be a 3-inch played. no doubt we'll follow the investigation. any developments you'll be the first to know it. monique braxton, "nbc 10 news." >> in philadelphia one driver is
hurt after a crash that the car crashed into several parked cars on roosevelt boulevard before 3:00 this morning on the northbound lanes in olney. the driver crashed into the cars t car flipped over, the drive wears able to get out and suffered minor injuries. >> happening today a jury will begin deliberations. kathryn knott took the stand. he faces years in prison if convicted of aggravated assault and other charges. prosecutors say she and two other men attacked the couple. the other two pleaded guilty. >> a call for justice from protesters in philadelphia who took to the streets to remember a man shot and killed by threes. protesters blocked traffic in center city as they march to the d.a.'s office. one year after a police officer
shot and killed brown during a traffic stop. both involved were cleared of wrong doing and back on regular duty. brown's mother is suing the city and the officers involved. >> i want accountability. i want my son's side heard. and i want a judge to hear it and then determine who was right and who was wrong. >> the philadelphia district attorney ruled the use of force was not a crime. >> in baltimore jurors say they are deadlocked in the trial of the first police officer charged in the death of freddie gray. the judge told them to keep deliberating. the jury got the case on monday. prosecutors say that porter was negligent for failing to buckle gray into a van and failing to call a medic when gray zed to go
to the hospital. they say gray was taken to the police station and arrived with a broken neck. hills death -- five more officers are awaiting trial. >> a new law is making it harder for employers to immediately disqualify an applicant with a record. michael nutter signed amendments to what is the known as the banned box law. p now employers cannot run a background check until they extend the job offer. >> not guarantee anyone a job, it simply guarantees that people will receive fair consideration for a job. >> this won't apply for every i dau. protections for specific careers. >> happening today amtrak, septa and others give an up date on their plans for 30th street
station. neighbors will be able to hear the latest details. it plans to make the another into an epi jer for growth and transportation connections. they hope to do that making physical improvements and transportation changes. seven minutes after 6:00. hard to improve on the weather we've been having. we're seeing clouds but nothing is falling, no rain, certainly no snow. it's too mild. we're on track for a mild afternoon. you'll need your sunglasses but tomorrow umbrella will be necessary. rain will be moving in and staying into the afternoon. for now it's clouds, for doylestown and mill industrial, 40s and low 50s right now. and a little bit of a breeze, nowhere near the wind gust that we saw yesterday. the wind will stay lighter.
a cool morning. we'll start to see some breaks of sunshine, then those. you can see nothing falling from the clouds, not today. neighborhood by neighborhood forecast, gefts for bethlehem, pennsburg. we'll see a warm up for souderton, moorstown 54. less windy for cape may. millville 55 today and in the low to mid-50s in parts of delaware, newark. along with philadelphia. sunshine get your rain gear ready. i have futurecast when i'm back in 10 minutes. >> 6:08. looks like we've got some construction delays. maybe south jersey. >> 155. jessica boyington is watching that. what are you seeing in >> we have construction on 55
that may delays later on or since the afternoon because it's scheduled until clough clock. 55 north the left lane will be close today is no something to plan according think. now out on route 73 around the per begin circle. right here is headed snort on 73 to the bridge we're a ways away but okay. traffic moving along nicely two no scheduled openings for that and the same for the burlington bristol. no problems on the ben or the walt. >> a new system is hitting camden schools but the district is is not going to schools to pred the word. how re are trying to get parents to choose camden. if you are waiting on the holiday wift we'll tell you why it's taking extra language to
>> this morning the faa is working to find out what caused a small plane to crash in the roof of a home in georgia. two people were aboard when it went down yesterday and landed on the house. nobody was seriously hurt. >> it's 6:13. a muslim man says he is a victim of a hate crime after someone left raw meat on his front steps. price believes someone left pork wrapped in a muslim newspaper to intimidate him. price occasionally prays on his porch. police say they are investigating the case as a domestic incident. i didn't know what it was. i felt disgusted. it was disrespectful i thought and a hate crime. that's what i think it is.
>> police say the medical examiner's office is examining the meat. this all comes about a week after someone threw a pig's head at a north philadelphia mosque. video captured the incident. police have not made an arrest. the upper darby police department is showing support for the muslim community. officials with the department and islamic leaders said they wanted to show they were united so they came together yesterday, muslims denounced isis and affirmed their status as americans. >> support islam and freedom. that's why we are here and we are proud of it and proud to be called americans. >> upper darby police say the department has worked with the islamic community over the past year to ensure their safety. >> school district officials in camden will go to businesses all across the city today to spread the word about a new enrollment system. the school fair next month will
let families apply to any district or charter school with a stream line application process. applications open january 5. graduation rates are in the highest in the country. look at the top spots of graduation rates. iowa came in at one, nebraska two and new jersey was third tied with wisconsin. 82% of high school students graduated around the country last year. that's a new record high. 88% of new jersey students received their diplomas, 87% in delaware and 85% of students in pennsylvania graduated. >> the federal reserve will decide whether to raise interest rates, the first time in nine years. the announcement is schedule forward 2:00 this afternoon. a message, we told you yesterday you might not want to wait until the last second to get your shopping done. now local shipping carriers say the same thing. package deliveries are taking
longer this year as a result of record black friday and monday cyber monday sales. the owners of box, pack and ship in king of prussia say customers are waiting to ship out gifts. experts say if you can buy at a store, take them to an independent shipper. your package will be more likely to be delivered on time. >> hundreds of taxi and limo drivers are protesting ride sharing services. about 600 drivers will be at city hall. they say the services are illegal and create anarchy in the city. the drivers say they invested in training and other regulations that others ignore it some of the protesters are part of the uber black program. >> speaking of driving, getting ready to drive to work at 6:15 let's check the roads including the vine street expressway. >> how is it looking?
>> we're okay on the vine. the vine is in the middle of a stretch. you go to 95 or the schuylkill. this is around third street. no problem yet westbound drive time doing great. three minutes from 95 to the schuylkill expressway and the same headed eastbound from the schuylkill to 95. if you're on 95, and headed through delaware you're going to have no problems so far. 10 minute drip from 295 to 495. no problems if you're head southbound as well. there is construction t northbound are to 896 is closed and if you are in new jersey heading into delaware on 295, southbound so around the delaware memorial bridge plaza you have to watch for construct. more when i come back. 18 minutes after 6:00. a mild morning, a little bit
cool and a little bit of a breeze blowing but less windy than yesterday when we saw wind gusts of near 40 miles an hour. 51 degrees in philadelphia, the wind is coming out of the north-northeast so that's dry air, it's brought our humidity down to 56%. no stein of fog this morning. and there are some clouds around over the city, but no rain. not today. that will wait until tomorrow. for today we'll see a pretty good warm-up. the clouds we're starting off with, sunshine will take us into the middle 50s this afternoon. this is the storm that's going to come together with rain for us tomorrow morning. the first showers early in the morning, 6:00, you can see light showers from delaware. steadier to the late morning and afternoon hours. close to a quarter inch on the ground. p by the time this is done late in the evening a few showers. half inch of rain at most.
the rest of the area getting less. heavy rain tomorrow and no rain for today. partly sunny, and nice and mild again. we're in the low to mid-50s this afternoon with easterly winds to help clear us out during the day. rain and warmer tomorrow. 58 but don't expect that warmth to last through the weekend. it starts getting breezy and cooler friday with temperatures in the 40s, a cold gusty wind blowing saturday, low 40s will feel like it's in the 30s and sunday, 49 degrees the high after a colder morning. less windy for the eagles game. and it looks like it will be chilly to start on monday but look at the warming trend for monday afternoon near 60, in the 60s tuesday. >> bill, thanks for that. 6:19. a new outdoor education center is open for business in philadelphia. the discovery center at the east fairmount park reservoir in strawberry mansion which was abandoned more than 45 years, now the center has classrooms, a climbing wall and bird watching
flat forms. the facility is the first to combine the conservation and outdoor education for kids of all ages. >> the gloves come off. >> great at the one-liners. but he is a chaos candidate. he'd be a chaos president. >> the republican presidential debate heats up as front-runner donald trump comes under fire. a jersey shore man says a sip of beer changed his life forever and not for the better.
jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we're on the hamilton, new jersey on 295, around sloan avenue no problems there. we have a problem in new jersey and i'm going to tell you about it when i come back. for now let's get a check on today's forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> starting off mild. it's a live view of center city. hard to tell from that but there are clouds. 51 degrees, the clouds helping to keep things mild again this morning. and the clouds clearing so you need sunglasses and it's back in the 50s this afternoon. right now 51 degrees in philadelphia. allentown is 47. and 47 degrees in atlantic city. cloudy skies through the region to start with today. and we'll start with cloudy skies tomorrow but there are big changes that will have you carrying an umbrella for tomorrow. >> reporter: i'm matt delucia live at temple university
breaking news in philadelphia, gun fire rings out in hunting park. the victim gets trapped in his car after a crash and police find drugs at the scene. we're following this developing story. >> we're not talking about religion, we're talking about security. >> front-runner donald trump is not backing down from his stance against banning muslims. >> no one would ever expect to go into a restaurant and haveë] this happen to him.
>> the south jersey man says a sip of beer you caused damage. what he says the restaurant failed to do. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. it is 6:29. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with his forecast. it is mild, not as mild as yesterday but mild but he's tracking rain and tracking more normal temperatures for this time of year. >> that will happen this weekend. we'll get back to normal not that anybody is looking forward to that. this morning look forward to sunshine but we're starting off with cloudy skies, this is a live view. a little bit of a breeze, nowhere near as strong as yesterday. and thanks to the clouds, the temperatures are still mild. 51 degrees in philadelphia. with winds out of the north-northeast at 13 miles an hour. it is cooler than yesterday, in fact, 22 degrees cooler in dover. down by 10 for philadelphia. 10 degrees colder than yesterday morning in allentown.
but thanks to the clouds, even though it's colder for this time of year, it's still very mild. we normally drop down into the 20s and low 30s at this hour in the middle of december. this morning it's 40s and 50s even in the mountains the temperatures are well above freezing. 40s and 50s, we'll warm into the middle 50s so not a huge warm-up during the day today. but we'll see the clouds disappear, the sunshine takes over, a quick warm-up to 51 degrees at 11:00, by noon time today 52 and then 2:00 this afternoon right back in the middle 50s. we'll go through the forecast when i'm back in ten minutes. jessica boyington is watching your first alert traffic. >> right, bill. we're watching route 42 freeway right now out in new jersey. around the new jersey turnpike we see volume on and off headed northbound. no incidents at least reported yet in front of the scene just delay and backup because we're at five minutes, this is 4 1/2 mile stretch for 55 to the walt
whitman bridge. starting to see the added volume. plan accordingly. we'll start to see a 10-minute delay the next hour or so. a ways up north but still in new jersey on 195 eastbound around six flags backed up to mercer county line due to a vehicle fire. watch out for that this morning. construction in new jersey on route 55 northbound between tuck a who and millville the left lane is closed scheduled to about 3:00 this afternoon. >> we're following this breaking news. a man is shot while sitting in his car in philadelphia's hunting park neighborhood. matt delucia is live at temple university hospital where the victim is being treated. matt, what can you tell us about the shooting? >> reporter: the driver of the car is in critical condition here at temple hospital after being shot twice and then crashing his car a few minutes from here at the intersection of germantown avenue and pike
street. the video here, early this morning about 2:30, nbc 10 first at the scene. heavy damage to the car that crashed. we saw the man being taken away to the hospital. police at the scene told me this man was shot sitting in his car about two miles away from the scene at green and mannheim. after he wals shot he drove down germantown avenue, lost control and crashed. he was conscious and talking with police after. >> detectives are at the hospital waiting to interview the victim who is being treated. right now he is in critical condition. so there's a possibility that the shooting may be narcotics related. >> reporter: here is the reason for that. they found 12 small bags of crack cocaine in the passenger seat of that car. so they are looking into that possibility of this being drug related. also looking for witnesses who saw the car lose control and crash into that tractor-trailer. right now, though, there are no
descriptions out there at this point of the shooter or shooters involved in this. live at temple university hospital, matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." >> thank you, matt. philadelphia police identified the suspect accused of hitting an officer with his car on monday night. investigators say this man, maurice taylor, was behind the wheel and police are trying to find him. the officer was responding to a report, to reports of a person with a gun in grays ferry. that's when taylor allegedly drove directly toward the officer. the officer hit the windshield of the car, broke his leg and suffered cuts to his head. >> now to decision 2016. this morning we're tracking reaction to last night's debate. polls and social media appear to have trump as the winner. >> this is a tough business. >> you're a tough guy, jeb. >> we need a leader, you're never going to be --
>> next ben carson got the most new followers on twitter. he weighed in on isis and syria. >> there will be boots on the ground and their boots if we don't get them out now. >> cruz came in number 2 on social media. >> hillary clinton sells anti-muls limb rhetoric is dangerous and hurts america's ability to defend against future terror attacks. during a spooek speech at the university of minnesota clinton said american muslims are the first and best defense against radicalization and attacks inside the country. >> we cannot give in to fear. we can't let it stop us from doing what is right and necessary to make us safe. and doing it in a way that is consistent with our values. >> clib on the joined other democrats in calling for the obama administration to require background checks of social media for all foreigners seeking u.s. visas.
happening today we'll learn more about the new terror alert system. >> the obama administration will announce details later this morning action last week following the terror attacks in san bernardino and paris, homeland security secretary jeh johnson announced there would be a new system but gave little details other than to say it would better inform the public about threats to the united states. >> we need a system that adequately informs the public at large, not through news leaks of bulletins to law enforcement, not through leaks from anonymous government officials but a system that informs the system at large what we are seeing. >> secretary johnson is expected to talk about the new system at 11:00 this morning and we'll have that for you on nbc news at 11:00. information last night, now you'll have two extra days to sign up for health insurance. through the healthcare.gov market place. the deadline was supposed to be
yesterday but the new deadline is thursday if you want your coverage to start january 1. >> in atlantic county, one beer changed a man's life. >> now he's filing suit against the restaurant that served it. richard says that he began experiencing health problems after taking a single sip of beer at the restaurant back in 2012. the retired police officer says he was poisoned by a cleaning product that remained in a beer dispensing line. >> future is uncertain as far as the medical side of it goes. >> you think when you go out to eat that what you're going to ingest is safe. >> two local beer distributors are also named in the negligence lawsuit which seeks unspecified damages. in court documents the defendants deny any wrong doing. >> 6:37 and cool to start with
and cloudy to start with. the cloudy skies this morning will not last. we'll see a shift in the wind that's going to clear things out for a mild afternoon. you'll need your sunglasses but tomorrow umbrellas going up. i'm tracking rain that will start moving in tomorrow morning. today will be dry. 46 degrees, a cool one for doylestown. 51 and holding in philadelphia. it's cooling down slowly. when we went on the air at 4:00, more than 2.5 hours ago it was 52, so not much of a cooldown. and millville is down to 47 degrees to start with. here is the view from cape may. some breaks in the clouds in the distance. it's a cloudy view from the marquis de lafayette hotel this morning. the clouds will be here to start with so a cool start this morning. at the bus stop, 45 in the suburbs, 48 in the city. nothing like normal december temperatures. getting a break in the temperature department and nothing falling from the clouds.
the radar's completely clear today. the winds will be shifting as we go through the morn, at noon time more of an easterry wind will help break up the clouds. give us enough sunshine to warm back in the 50s for allentown, reading and quakertown. much less wind for doylestown, mount holly compared to yesterday when it was so strong. at the shore low 50s for cape may and atlantic city. vineland, dover. we'll see more and more sunshine for wilmington, swedesboro and philadelphia. don't get used to these temperatures. there are changes ahead. seven-day forecast when i come back. >> see you then, bill. always happy to have jessica back after she was away with sniffles. >> did you miss me? >> we did. yeah. >> i'm sure drivers missed you too. you have them covered. >> all these people depend on me. i can't get sick. start with the schuylkill expressway. i have something to tell you
around city avenue westbound starting to see big delays where we're used to this delay, though, this is typical so west toward the king of prussia area, 24 minutes, westbound from the vine to the blue route, so starting to see delays, that's about 12 minutes, 95 also seeing the same delays into center city from woodhaven to the vine street expressway, 21 minutes, adding on almost 10 minutes. the northbound lanes are fine. mass transit is a great alternate. no delays there so far for the morning. i'll have another check on your traffic when i come back in ten. nearly identical bomb threats at two of the nation's largest school districts have two very different reactions. now a top cop is calling one district's reaction over the top. the state of emergency declared in one michigan town because of what's in the water that may be poisoning kids.
>> 6:43. a train car that survived the 9/11 attack is being sent to a museum. the car which has been at jfk airport since it was recovered is being moved to the new york museum where it will be on permanent display. it was one of two cars that survived the attacks, escaped with barely any damage when the twin towers fell on september 11. >> in tennessee, three people were hospitalized with minor injuries after a jet skidded off the run way. >> the southwest plane landed in a ditch, this happen child the plane was taxiing at nashville international airport. these pictures were snapped moments after the plane came to rest. passengers were removed from the plane and taken to the gate. no word on what caused the incident. >> happening today the u.s.
department of justice will begin its investigation into the chicago police force. the investigation is expected to focus on the department's use of force and whether race played into police shootings. this comes after officers shot and killed 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. the department says it will give its complete and full cooperation to the investigation. >> this morning los angeles after closing yesterday because of a threat of violence. education officials say crews searched every building in the district, the threat came via e-mail from someone claiming to be a high school senior threatening to attack the schools with guns and bombs. the new york city school district also face add similar threat but officials there said it wasn't legitimate and decided to keep schools open. >> each time past circumstances, i could not take the chance as it relates to one student or our staff that serve our students. >> this is not a credible
threat. it is not something that we are concerned with. what we would be concerned with is overreacting. >> the two school districts are the largest in the country, both serving 2 million students combined. >> the fate of philadelphia's public schools is unknown beyond january if pennsylvania can't come up with a budget agreement william hite revealed that. without state funds the district's ability to keep schools open, issue paychecks and pay bills beyond january 29 is uncertain. p. has been operating without a budget since july 1. >> pete rose is now responding to the decision to uphold his lifetime ban from baseball. rose was banned from the game back in 1989 for admitting betting on games. - on monday. citing new evidence that rose bet on baseball while he managed the cincinnati reds. yesterday rose reacted to the new mlb commissioner's decision.
>> i'm not going to sit here on las vegas boulevard and complain about something because i'm the one that screwed up. i'm the one that made the mistakes. i can only hope that i can prevent other people from making the kind of mistakes i made in the game of baseball. especially young people. >> rose also admitted that he still bets on baseball and other pro sports as well. >> the mayor of flipt, michigan declared a state of emergency to raise awareness of the city's water problems. the city started using water from the flint river last year. residents complained about the smell and appearance of the water, then children were found to have elevated levels of lead in the blood. flint returned to another system in october but the mayor is concerned about continuing health problems for the kids due to the lead exposure. >> so far what we have is bandaid fixes, the filter program, we talked about diet for lead expos yurks don't get me wrong we want these to
continue, we need all of that. >> officials have said the water met safety standards, the county commissioners will consider the state of emergency next month. they need approve it before the city can get federal aid. >> community members are split in a north jersey town after a guy allegedly stole items from a toys for tots bin but returned them. sunday night lewis was booked on unrelated shoplifting charges. then as he was leaving the station authorities say he took two toys from the bin. then monday he returned the toys with a note of apology saying they were for his 4-year-old cousin. some say he shouldn't be charged for stealing the toys, others say he should. >> he shouldn't be. he thought about it and brought it back. >> i guess you have to do that whether or not you need things you can't steal them, right. >> police say a theft is a theft so gave him additional summons accusing him of stealing the toys. philadelphia police say they
thwarted an attempt to spoil the plot of the new star wars movie. this picture was tweeted by lieutenant steven clark. it's become a big concern for star wars fans, spoilers, people releasing details on line. the police department added its own tweet saying release spoilers is not a crime but it should be. >> you can't stop the storm troopers. they are storm troopers. let's head to new york for what's ahead on the "today" show. >> we get a preview. good morning. >> hey, good morning guys. >> coming up on the show the republican presidential candidates face off in the feistiest debate so far. donald trump and jeb bush trading jabs. we'll have the blow by blow and talk to the head of the republican party. >> a major lawsuit is filed, a popular celebrity endorsed hair care product causing women to go bald? we'll explain. we'll look at the biggest story of 2015 and how we cover them on
"today." >> a live performance from andy grammer as we get started. >> we're moving. >> we're ready. >> thanks, guys. we look forward to it. >> see you soon. this morning there is a winter wonder land out west. >> look at this video, a storm dumped as much as two feet of snow in parts of colorado, caused airport officials to cancel 500 flights. the storm is moving east expected to end up in minnesota. 11 minutes before 7:00. another mild morning and part of the reason it's so mild, clouds to start with, a cloudy view looking forward center city. we'll start off with clouds but you need your sunglasses this afternoon. the clouds keeping us in the 50s right now at philadelphia. 51 degrees, believe it or not 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. yesterday we were in the 60s.
won't see the 60s today. a cloudy view from the comcast center in center city, looking past university city. the clouds will thin out as the day goes on. i'm expecting a shift in the wind. we're seeing a northerly wind, up to 13 miles an hour in philadelphia. that's bringing in dry air but as the wind shifts the clouds start to break, nothing falling from these clouds. a large area of cloud cover for our region. but it's these clouds to the west moving into the midwest that are producing rain and going to tap into some gulf moisture and that's what's coming our way for tomorrow. look at the showers developing tomorrow morning and that's early tomorrow morning at 1:00, heavy rainfall in the atlanta area, then tomorrow morning at 7:00, that rain just to our southwest moving in during the morning hours by noon time we'll see some scattered showers in philadelphia, we could get some downpours in the afternoon, but most areas will see less than half an inch of rain.
by tomorrow evening, there they go. clearing out nicely. then getting cooler for the weekend. not today. partly sunny to mostly sunny skies after a cloudy start. mild this afternoon. the temperatures will range from 53 to 55 degrees. not a whole lot warmer than it is right now. tomorrow we'll be warmer in spite of the rain coming in. 58 the high after morning low of 56. the rain will not last and neither will the temperatures. here comes the cold as we head into the weekend. a breezy chilly day friday but cold saturday, cold gusty winds, in the 40s, will feel like the 30s. and then a colder morning on sunday but with sunshine sunday afternoon near 50 in the afternoon. and then a big warm-up for monday and tuesday, even though we'll see showers in the area, we're back in the 60s. >> that's incredible. 9 minutes before 7:00. let's get you out the door to work especially 95, let's check the roads. >> 95 seems to be flowing rather
well for the 6:00 hour. >> we're starting to see a little slow go. we are doing okay on the southbound side, typical so at least something we're used to. but just word that the 95 northbound ramp around girard is closed now. no word why but right now closed at least northbound side, that's not where we typically see most of the volume for the morning hours. and out in trooper watch for a downed pole due to an earlier accident around south park avenue that is closed between apple dale and falcon road. watch for that. take 422 or the local detours they have posted. 95 around six flags is backed up. due to a vehicle far so watch for that. and we vuls a good alternate, that's mass transit. no delays.
>> reporter: a man is in critical condition here after being shot twice and crashing his car in hunting park. video from the scene here around 2:30 this morning, germantown avenue and pike street. philadelphia police tell me the 47-year-old man was shot sitting in his car. police had to use the jaws of life to pull him out after he lost control and crashed into a parked tractor-trailer. 12 small bags of crack cocaine
were in the passenger seat of the car so investigators are looking at this as a possible drug-related shooting. right now there is no description of how the shooter or shooters who opened fire on that man. matt delucia, "nbc 10 news." >> reporter: and i'm monique braxton live outside central detectives where investigators have been searching all night for an attacker police call a slasher. we spoke to both victims about the frightening morning they had yesterday. >> it could have been much worse. i'm very lucky. >> that victim also tells us he was scratched by the man, police believe they have identified the person of interest in the attacks just blocks apart. here's what detectives are working on, a man wearing the same person as the person in the video released by police was kicked out of a homeless shelter after punching a man. the victim who encountered the slasher near 21st and arch says he was scratched on the cheek
but a temple university student suffered injuries to his wrist and side while jogging. he says hes with attacked by a man with a blade at 23rd and walnut. that victim says the attacker shouted at him, then staped him with what appears to be a 3-inch blade. you can count on us for all of the developments as soon as they become available. live outside central, monique braxton, "nbc 10 news." >> jessica boyington with your first alert traffic. we're starting on the schuylkill expressway and we've seen better days around the conshohocken curve you can see a slow go but the drive times are equal headed westbound or eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. about a 26-minute trip at the most there and a string of brake lights as well. if you are headed into delaware from 295 and south jersey around
the delaware toll plaza watch for road work. a backup approaching delaware from the new jersey area. the rest of the bridges are great on the burlington bris central, no problems on the ben headed into philadelphia. >> if you love clouds this is your morning. we're starting off with clouds. the good news is zero precipitation. no rain and certainly no snow. not with warm temperatures even in the pocono mountains. a cloudy view from the french manor. we're seeing a little breeze but yesterday the winds were gusting to near 40 miles an hour. look at this. 50 degrees, that's 20 degrees above normal for this hour. wilmington, northeast philadelphia, even areas north and west are mild this morning in the 40s for most regions. and delaware, south jersey, the same story. in the 50s, we'll see some
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