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good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. >> we have a number of school delays this morning. you can see them scrolling at the bottom of your screen. you can check the nbc 10 app to see if your child's school is delayed. we have team coverage this morning from what you can expect. you'll see outside your window when you wake up to what you can expect on the roads when you leave your house. >> let's begin with bill henley and talk about those windchills. >> you'll need some extra time to binl up this morning. that's the coldest time of day, too. right now, winds are at 23 miles per hour and the guests even higher. that's in philadelphia. that's giving us a feels like temperature of 6 degrees now. that's down from when we went on the air. it felt five degrees warmer, 6 in allentown. 7 degrees below zero is what it feels like in the poconos and even at the shore, wildwood, 11
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degrees now. the sun will be with us bright and the winds will be with us on into the afternoon. 16 miles per hour wind. 30 degrees, as warm as it gets today in philadelphia. but with the wind, it will feel like it's in the lower 20s. i'm back in ten minutes. jessica is watching your first alatter traffic. >> we are watching a couple of things out in the montgomery area. right now, that is closed between limestone pike and 1210. you can see some snow into the center lanes over in the shoulder, clearly we have an overturned truck and several crews and tow trucks on the scene around so they can get this truck upright again. but now with that chose your in place, we have an alternative for you that is your best bet to take lower state road. lower state road, as well,
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definitely give yourself extra time as you go through the door. you can see no problems east or westbound and into center city so far for the morning, no problems. now matt is out driving around trying to check out some of those roads, as well. there he is. he's not driving. he's standing there. tell us house i feels out there, matt. >> we got out of the swrek for a few minutes to show you what we're seeing around here. we're in doversville, montgomery coun county. you see some of the wet stuff over there right now, especially because it is so cold. everything out here is really just turning to ice, especially with those few flakes of snow that we saw overnight. you see he over here, they've got all the wood pullettes and all the wood blocks here for the fireplaces. this would be a good day to get that fireplace going.
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it is a chilly morning. take a look, though. we also found a lot of conditions with wind, but you also see here, you've got the salt and the shovellers here ready to go. you don't really need the shovel this morning, but one thing you will need is a jacket with a high because it is windy. take a look at what we found earlier. windy conditions out there in the ben frankly parkway. you see those flags whipping in the wind. and that is just making things a whole lot colder with the windchill out here this morning. also, you can see that light coating on many of the we have also found is a lot of that, until you get those icy pauls out and the ice scraper as you head out this morning. you definitely need a jacket.
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if that windchill hits you, especially with the mild temperatures we've seen so far this winter, this does feel like a very cold winter morning. the also watch out for that black ice live in doversville. nbc 10 news. i was running around the corner. i see the mom outside. she's naked with no clothes on. but you see the burns. all she kept saying was what the kids is in the house. so i tried to see, all i could think about was the kids. >> a detailed account from that man who tried to save children from a raging house fire in will minute ton yesterday, but could not. despite his and police and firefighters efrtsz, a baby and a toddler were trapped inside and died. the mother is still in the hospital with burns. firefighters are trying to
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figure out. and it was boom! >> the father and four other children were not home at the time of the fire. and overnight, will minute tong's fire chief anthony good tweeted during this difficult time i must recognize the officers and firefighters of the wilmington fire department for all their efforts. it's 6:05. breaking news from overseas, iran state media says the country has freed those ten american sailors detained after their two small navy boats drifted into iranian coastal waters. the two ships were traveling from kuwait to bahrain can when u.s. officials say they were caused to drift into iranian territory. we'll continue to follow this breaking story and bring you you updates as soon as we get them. now to this developing story, south korea fired warning shots after a north korean drone was spotted close to the border.
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this comes as tensions grow between the koreas after the north nuclear tests a week ago. it's not clear if the drone was hit by the machine gunfire. it will turn around. recording breaking jack spot, we're waiting to see if someone will win the powerball jackpot tonight. >> the lump sum? only $139 million. katie, what's going on? >> i am. you know, just a measly $930 million for the cash payout, right? pennies. well, we all know stores are going to be so busy today with people buying lottery tickets with the 1059 drawing tonight. but do not be dereceived by a sign that you saw that puts the jackpot at $999 million. it turns out lottery whippers
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cannot acome day a billion dollar figure on the signs. we did find one store feeling luckier than most. this sunoco station has sold a couple of $2 million tickets in the past and employees tell me they're hoping to continue the streak. it's a nice $1.5 billion drawing. the manager says they've seen quite a rush over the next few days. the evening are so busy with lines sometimes winding outside of the store. and when it comes to strategy, most people say the higher the jackpot, the more tickets they're buying. >> i get more and i buy them from different locations. i used to do the birthdays of the kids and, you know -- but i stopped doing that. so what i do is i find out, let the computer pick it and hope the computer picks it again when it's time to win. coming up n in the next 25
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minutes, there is an icon ill philadelphia landmark that you can buy if you win tonight's jackpot. we'll late that out for you. we'll tell you in your earnings will compare to the rest of the world. >> it's fun to dream. and it goes to the vending machine so i can get something back. >> thanks. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> a frigid start this morning. a cold start and it's going to stay cold all day long. bitter winds this morning. the winds have been gusting to 30 miles per hour in philadelphia. icy spots this morning. even on treated roads, there are some issues. there will probably be more as that ice is staying put. a warming trend starts tomorrow.
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today we'll get sunshine, but it's not going to be much of a warm-up. holding at 22 in northeast philadelphia and south jersey, back and making so. the view, it is on the ground and it is going to stay put with a cold, dusty winds blowing 29-mile-per-hour wind gusts right now in philadelphia. 30-mile-per-hour wind gusts in atlantic city. so single digits extend into central delaware and south jersey is what it feels like this morning. you'llny your sun glad glasses. clouds stay out of the picture. the rest of the workweek, we should stay dry and see a lot of sunshine. 23 this afternoon. and 27 degrees in pensburg. frosty winds this morning. even at the shore right around
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the coast, it stays below freezing today. milford, cape may, all at 31 this arrange. plenty of sunshine, but so cold with the wind. berlin, at 30 degrees and 31 in philadelphia been cold today, but a warm up is on the way. and we're going to get an update on the crash at 202 and a look at the streets. >> we have big delays on bien vite right now. definitely out of the eerd. these are our cameras around 24th 12r50e9 because i wanted to show you approaching the scene. this is on the eastbound side, almost at a stand still there. a 14-minute drive time eastbound to 95. that's because there's a storm grate problem and emergency the construction over in the two let me tell lanes, only the right lane is getting by.
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so that's a lot of traffic that has to get through the area. not affecting the westbound side for right now, you'll be good to see. now we're going to cover that accident scene out on route 202. it is an overturned truck that you can see over into the shoulder, but it is closing that whole intersection, anyway. we have tow trucks on the scene tight to get it up and out of the way. traessy. >> got it. thanks. finding a cure for cancer is a huge task. >> for the loved ones we've all lost, for the families that we can still save, let's make america the country that cures cancer once and for all. cross paint ball attack,
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hear from the from the from the driver who lost his eye in that attack.
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it's 6:15 and 20 sgres outside. this is route 202 at bristol road in warring ton. police were telling us this was caused by icy roads. so do take your time. take it easy as you're leaving the house this morning. nbc 10 first alert traffic jessica is watching all the accidents in the area. she'll have you updated in just a couple of minutes. now is the time to make sure you have the nbc news 10 app. get updated first alert forecasts, weather watches and warnings. right on your phone or tablets. president obama makes his final state of the union address.
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it begins just like all the other ones. >> president of the united states. >> but this time, as president obama looks towards the end of his presidency, he challenged the american people to focus on four big questions. the economy, technology, security and democracy. he urged americans not to allow fear and division to put the economy and the nation's security progress at risk. >> i told you earlier, all the talk of america's economic decline is political hot hair, the united states of america is the most powerful nation on earth, period. period. >> in the gop response, south carolina's governor mickey haley says president obama speaks eloquently about grand things, but his record falls short of soaring words. >> we're feeling a trush in national debt, a health care
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plan that has made insurance less affordable and doctors less available and doctors unrest in many cities. new jersey governor chris chr christie took a break from the annual campaign trail for an annual state of the state address. in one of the major highlights of his speech, christie noted the state's sixth consecutive balanced budget, private sector job growth and christie had a lawmaker for his pension payments. >> the state of new jersey is strong and it is growing stronger every day. protesters gathered outside to criticize christie's policy and his schedule. some 261 days he was out of jersey last year. 6:17.
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there are icy conditions, we launch sky 4's 10 to check out the issues coming into this system. >> we have icy conditions and other problems, as well. in addition to the accident caused by those slippery roads, more importantly, right now on the vine street spreadway, we are watching this archbtd 24th street. you can see a massive delay on the eastbound side. so approaching 95, we're now up to a drive time, average speeds, i think it's a six or 8 miles per hour right there. that's because there's a storm grate problem up ahead approaching the parkway. no problems headed westbound, but this backup is headed tiger woods the schuylkill expressway. we are starting to see an early delay. we're at a 2146 minute trip. that's because of the back up and overthrow from that vineway
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express station. you can it's over into the size. and if you look closely, it is still dark outside. you can see snow covering some of the shoulders and over on the left-hand side. now, we have tow trucks there trying to get this uprooted and back on its feet. but for right now, we know your alternate. lower state road is covered in slow and a bit of a slippery ride, so give yourself sometime as you walk out on the door. 19 minutes after 6:00. the first morning many people are driving on snowy or icy surfaces. the marmgs have been treated, but even those treated roads can have some slippery spots in them. take it easy out there. 22 degrees right now. bundle up before you head out
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the door. winds gusting to 29 miles per hour in philadelphia. that has increased in the last few minutes. it is going to be cold through the day today. if you're hitting the ice this afternoon, plenty of sunshine, but the temperatures will stay below freezing. single digits for allentown and redding and pottstown. it will be a cold morning at the bus stop even though we'll see bright sunshine. 18 in the suburbs, 22 degrees in the city with the bitter winds to make you feel cooler. the next round of rain coming from the gulf of mexico. you see it forming, it will hold off until friday morning.
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we'll see a lot bit of the sun. high temperatures rain from afternoon. so you can see save ten degrees. tomorrow, teens and low 20s. be the warm up starts in the day. we will warm into the middle 40s tomorrow afternoon the. then the rain arrives for saturday. still a chance of showers saturday afternoon. and the wind picks up and the cold returns for sunday, monday and tuesday. it's 6:21. the philadelphia association of black journalists spent their first meeting of the new year talking with the city's newly appointed police commissioner. last night, richard ross talked about strengthening ties between the police officers and the community they serve.
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he discussed officers jessie hartnet getting ambushed last week. >> when i say it's one of the scariest thing i've ever seen, it is. i'm talking about witnessing it. >> commissioner ross said now is an splg spaging time in what would you do with $1.5 billion? in my mind, i've already got some of it spilled. >> have you wondered about buying a sports team? he might be the able to to. we'll break it down. and if you want, your reaction would be probably similar to this one, right? these people in new jersey thought
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. the rams are heading back to los angeles. >> l.a. rams! l.a. ramses! >> l.a. owners approved the relocation from st. louis to l.a. the team will play at the l.a. coliseum temporarily. the sdooeg san diego chargers have a one-year option to join the rams. the raiders will then get the option to move back to los angeles. hey, everyone. we're live over top of a scene out in warring ton township where you can see an overturned truck on 202 closing it between bristol pike and limestone pike. we'll have alternatives for you when i come back, as well. we're watching the vine street
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expressway. a slow approach heading towards the vine. i'll tell you why when we come back. you'll see icy spots on the road. the untreated surfaces with the snow that came through last night and they picked up snow in the pocono mountains and making more as the temperatures are going to stay cold all day long. 20 right now in philadelphia. but the wind is blowing, it feels like it's in the single dajts. hour by hour forecast to show you what's ahead he after the break. good morning. i'm live in storm force's 10. we have live in zieglersville. of the of the side is coming up after the break. we are talking about tonight's powerball +kjackpokt. the coming up, i will tell you
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will you be ready when growth presents itself? realize your buying power at open.com an overturned dump truck in bucks county, police say ice caused this accident. we'll show you exactly where it is and how to get you around it. >> whipping winds and bitter cold. we have team coverage this morning of what you can expect as you're getting ready for your wednesday morning. powerball severe, everyone is catching it and everyone is trying to win that massive $1.5 billion jackpot. good morning and welcome to nbc 10 news today. >> we have some school delays. mom and dad, watch us watch the bottom of your screen to see if you have to make alternative plans this morning. we have the complete list on our nbc 10 news app.
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now let's check with bill henley with his forecast. these are bitter turts, right? >> you have to lay rough, yeah. it's about as cold as it was yesterday. but it is the wind that's making the difference. skies have cleared out after the snow last nigh blew through the area. we will see sunshine, but it's going to be a slow warm up today. 22 degrees right now in philadelphia. it feels like 6 with the wind that is at 23 miles per hour. now, the wind will decrease some during the day today, but not tonight when it comes down to 22 miles per hour. but 11:00, it had feel like it's in the teens while the actual temperature is at 27 degrees. i'll go through the neighborhood in ten minutes. jessica is watching for some os those icy spots. >> we have icy spots, accidents and major delays. we're going to start with the delays though.
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you can see a huge delay on the eastbound side. that is towards 95. your average speeds are 25 miles per hour right now. from the schuylkill to 95. drive times are up there. this is inaccurate because a few minutes ago it was about 15 minutes. he up ahead we have only the left lane getting by and now i'm having emergency issues. out in warring toirn township on 202, that is closed between bristol road and warrington pike. as you can see, over into the shoulder we have an overturned truck. we have tow trucks on the scene trying to get this situation under control and you can see the snow over into the shoulder and over into the left hand lane. but, again, that's closed.
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your best bet for your alternative is right now, lower state road the covered in icy spots. matt was out driving around a few moments ago. i'm hearing you said -- where are you, matt? >> we are in lower frederick township. we are at this circle here. a lot of cars here. a lot of people heading off to work or school and the conditions on the major roads, we haven't seen too much icing, but you do have those side streets where you do have some of those patches of black ice been we have seen some slick spots and a lot of those trucks have been turned some salt down on the ground. you see a lot of the sidewalks over here, like this one right here that was untreated. just snow covered. but, really, just a coating of snow up to an inch in some parts of our area. so, really, a light dusting. might have to brush the snow off your car.
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take a look, though. the ice that people have been dealing with, just outside of station earlier this morning to see that patch of ice out there. this is what you have to watch out for as you head out the door this morning. and so we also have phoenix where we stop.by where we can see some of that snow on the ground there. this is really the picturesque scene of winter that we've been waiting for and now we finally had it. but now as we come back out here live in lower frederick township, traffic moving here very smoothly. but you see some snow out here on the roadways, but those salt tricks have been doing a good job of making sure those trucks are passable. >> all right, matt. 6:35 right now. let's talk about that record breaking jackpot. we're watching to see if the
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powerball will drive up even more. >> right now, it's sitting at $1.5 billion. the cash payout, one time payout, $930 million. katie zachary is in bucks county this morning for more than just coffee, right snch. >> they definitely are. lottery retailers like the one behind me, they've been selling lottery tickets for about the last hour now. and one store manager tells me he sold 500 single tickets to one man. your $1.5 billion ticket could win you a building in the city. with that much money, you would be richer than tiger woods or eagles owner jeffrey lori. what are the odds of that, right? and warren buffett and bill
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gates, they're off the charts. we're not going to mention this. >> people tell me they can't help but dream. >> the fantasy of this much money, i think, is kind of worth the $237. >> and we just have a good time. i would probably take my husband away somewhere, go on trips, buy me a new house. but i wouldn't stop working. >> i would probably donate a lot of money to st. jude, of course my family, my son's college education. >> some of the most interesting comments i got is who was the first person they would tell if they won. most people said the their spouse. and then i asked, is there anyone you would keep it a street from? and most people replied, some family members. >> you know who those people would be. >> we all have the crazy uncle that we wouldn't want to know that we've had a windfall of money. by the way, you're on the board
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of directors, my gut feeling is -- >> yes! my money would go there. >> great job. >> thanks, guys. a from himmit start this morning. the winds will be with us all day long. sleeping and sliding, we'll have some ice on them as snow showers move through during the evening hours. by tomorrow, a rm whatting trend starts. bundle up as you're heading out the door. 22 to northeast philadelphia. about the same in the atlantic city at 23 degrees and the wind monthing across the area. look at the manmade snow being blown across the slopes. all those clouds are now out of the picture. look at the wind gusts.
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28 miles per hour in the pocono empties. 29 miles per hour in philadelphia and it's 30-mile-per-hour winds in atlantic city. that's giving us windchills in the single digits from allentown through philadelphia, into delaware and south nerssy. the clouds today will stay north and west. sunshine will have a limited effect on the temperatures. only 20 degrees this afternoon from mt. pocono. 28 in allentown and 27 for redding in quaker town. bright sunshine and low freezing for the jersey shore. 31 degrees in cape may and dover, you'll feel that cold air warming all day long. we want to see how this weather is affecting mass transit.
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>> we've had a couple of accidents. nbc 10 first alert traffic repo reporter jessica will keep you updated. >> so we have the latest all over the place right now. wire going to start with mass transit. so far this morning, a half an hour delay. now, this is trying to approach the vine street expressway eastbound. it's a problem on the vine eastbound around the ben frank lip parkway. it's now creating a packup on to the schuylkill of 24 eastbound into the vine expressway. average speeds on the schuylkill because of this are down to 32 miles per hour. it's even slower approaching 95 is where you'll see some of those areas.
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we have sky force live out in warrington in bucks county due to an overturned truck on bristol road and limestone pike. we have tow trucks on the scene trying to get this truck back on its feet. now, this is caused by slippery conditions, icy roadways, as well. it is dark out there. they are using flashlights and lighted areas, as well. that might be part of the problem. so to get by, take lower state road to get by this right now. 6:341 and 0 degrees in philadelphia. you heard the number. $1.5 billion. up next, why not dare to dream big? if you win the powerball jackpot, see what all of that cash can buy you in a
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philadelphia sports team. also -- pandaemonium erupts inside a new jersey restaurant when they matched all of the numbers in the powerball jackpot, but there was one little itsy bitsy problem.
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it's 6:45. check out this crash. police are telling us that the roads are icy, causing a number of accidents. and i'm just told while we did have sky force over that 202 accident, sky forts is moving. we just got this e-mail from chuck at our assignments desk,
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moving to a water main break. we're working to get you the cross streets on that. sky force 10 should be there in just a second. but we should, again, remind you of the icy conditions on the road. jessica will keep you updated on the roads in just a minute. you can get weather alerts and traffic right to your smartphone or your tablet. and happening today in atlantic city, the mayor and city council members will hold a briefing on the possibility of the state taking over the resort town. right now, there is a proposal that would give the state government the power to make financial decisions for ac, including the right to sell off assetes and land. the news conference will take place before the mayor addresses the metropolitan business and citizens association. there, he will lay out his vision and goals for 2016.
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make america the country that cures cancer once and for all. what do us? >> president obama used part of his state of the union address last night to announce a new initiative to cure cancer. he put vice president joe biden in charge of the effort. and friday, biden will travel to philadelphia to talk to doctors and reservers at the university of pennsylvania about the effort. this is personal for vice president biden, who lost his son, beau, to cancer last year. it's not okay to try to attack a police officer. it's not okay in any way, shape or form. it's not okay to pick up a gun and murder my brother like they did. >> a group of 30 people marched from broad and gerard to city hall in philadelphia last night. organizers of operation save of
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ci city. the 30-year-old suspect is facing attempted murder charges. the philadelphia police commissioner richard ross says hartnet still has a long road to recovery, both physically and mentally. a taxi driver lost his eye and his job in a paint ball attack. this is surveillance video showing the black suv that police believe was attacked. you can see it's highlighted along with a cab. he was driving his cab south on 16th street when he heard a bang, rolled down his window and he saw his cab had been hit by a paint ball. then he said someone in the black you have fired another paint ball hitting him in the eye. >> it's very painful.
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i lost my job and either, my house been pain and suffering a lot. >> if you have any information about the attack, mean while a gofundme page has been set up for the cab driver. now your first alert weather with bill henley. >> 11 minutes before 7:00. we've got about half an hour to go before sunrise. but even with sunshine today, not looking for much of a warm-up. but the cold, that is back. 22 degrees, 4 degrees colder than yesterday. wed morning, we didn't have this kind of wind. it's now out of the west at 23 miles per hour now gusting to 29 miles per hour in philadelphia. 4:00 this morning, 40-mile-per-hour wind gusts.
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there you can see a nice view of the clear skies. they did get some sdmoe in the mountains and for many of the suburbs, too. 6 degrees is what it feels like in philadelphia. the wind is blowing and the single digits from redding to central and south delaware. south jersey, 9 degrees we will see plenty of sunshine today. the clouds, unlike yesterday, will stay away from us. they'll be out to the northwest. we'll see sunshine today and we will stay dry for the rest of the workweek. completely dry in our area. it's expected for the weekend forming over the gulf of mexico by the end of the workweek. and you can see it on friday morning. there you can see it's a long way from us on friday morning.
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the rain for saturday was warmer temperatures by the end of the workweek. but today, you won't feel the warmth. you'll see sunshine. sunny skies, bitter winds, high temperatures range from 27 to 31 degrees this afternoon. the northwesterly winds from 10 to 20 miles per hour will die down tonight. which means a cold morning tomorrow want 44 on thursday, dry on friday. 52 degrees, but clouds increasing ahead of the rain saturday. saturday afternoon, 48 degrees. we'll see the heaviest rainfall on saturday morning. high saturday afternoon, still a few showers. but sunday, the wind and cold returns. the cold will stay with us. if you're heading out, let's check the roads. there are accidents, a water main break. >> you've got something going on in hatfield township? >> yeah. more specifically, county line road, a lot of accidents scenes,
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so definitely slippery conditions out this. and not too far away, several accidents because you don't have those conditions. you can see a major delay right in here. that's an eastbound delay because of a problem on the expressway. there is a storm grate problem and they have emergency construction crews set up blocking the left labor. only the right lane getting buy on the vine. that's where it's starting to slow. a 27 hip troet, the traffic light is out around mlk, be pup.
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>> what would it be like to win the powerball? >> a group of restaurant workers matched all six numbers. the only problem was, the numbers were from the wrong day. here is the celebration. that is just fun to watch that. one worker quit on the spot. we're not sure what the reaction was, though, when they learned they read off the wrong numbers on the wrong day. if you do win, how about winning an eagle sports team the phillies, lk ever. >> you can buy if flyers. the hockey team is value at $660
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million. the basketball is your thing, your winnings would be enough to put a slam dunk on the sixers. plan on forking out about $700 million. that's it. now we take you to sky force 10. over that water main break, washington and cherry street. we're told the water department is on issues. ♪
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good morning, everyone. a messy, messy morning. we have a water main break right now on washington and cherry street. you can see that behind me. it looks like an eruption almost of a sort for this water main break. you can see the water piling everywhere. and with these cold conditions, slippery conditions will follow this, as want approximately having one late getting by on the eastbound side creating a huge backup, on to the schuylkill, as well, around belmont after. and i'm matt in lower township montgomery county where drivers are dealing with slick conditions. out here on the roadway here, you can see that eats just a little wet right now. a lot of the salt trucks have been making their way through.
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we have seen some slick spots, especially black ice. a lot of the major roads did not look too bad as we were traveling through chester and montgomery counties. real quick on the squawks, we have a coating of snow to deal with in some sports. a fridge i didn't tell yid start this morning. look at how clear it is. that is a live view from sky force 10. you will see sunshine coming up in just 21 minutes. at the shore, you'll see bright sunshine. but even at the shore, temperatures will stay below freezing. the big problem is the wind which has been so strong. it is steady, at 18 miles per hour. that's giving us windchills in the single digits this morning. we'll see sunshine, but just 30 degrees this afternoon.
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>> you continue to check the school closings right there. "today" show sup next. we'll have another updated in 25 minutes. good morning. breaking news. those ten navy sailors detained by iran released this morning. the navy now investigating how their patrol boats drifted into iranian waters. we're live at the pentagon. return to hope and change. >> that's why i stand here as confident as have ever been that the state of our union is strong. >> president obama uses his last state of the union address to tout his accomplishments, set some lofty goals and take a veiled shot at donald trump. >> we need to reject any politics that targets people because of race or religion. >> that sentiment echoed in a surprising republican response from south carolina

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