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passengers a rough ride. and a presidential surprise. bill clinton shows up to the made in america festival tonight as the concert is packed with people who avoided the shore. nbc 10 news starts now. >> within the past minute we received this brand-new track of hermine. the center of the storm is hundreds of miles off new jersey's coast right now with near-hurricane force winds. but it's staying far enough away to avoid major trouble for our region. good evening. i'm denise nakano. the jersey shore and delaware beaches are no longer in danger of severe flooding but hermine could bring moderate floods and rip currents. let's start with meteorologist sheena parveen. tell us about this potential threat. >> it's been looking better for the shore as we've gone through your weekend. hermine well offshore. this is way out in the atlantic and so is the rain. winds sustained near 70 miles an hour to the center. the most recent track keeps it
well offshore. we still expect it to move a little to the north and west as we go over the next 24 hours which would increase our winds at the shore, a chance for flooding. it's going to keep moving out to sea. here's a look at the rain and cloud cover along the jersey shore and delaware beaches. the center about 350 miles away from our coastline but the clouds are already starting to move in. if you're at the shore tomorrow, notice some clouds and some windy conditions. the shore will still feel some effects. waves closer to ten feet near ocean city. even farther north, waves around ten feet and gusting near 30 miles an hour. we still have a tropical storm warning for the entire jersey shore and the delaware beaches. this is because we expect winds gusting near 40 miles an hour tomorrow. if you're at the shore tomorrow or at the delaware beaches, keep in mind it's still going to be windy. similar to today. maybe a little higher. the rip current risk, that's going to stay high. so you want to be very careful
if you are out there. i would not suggest going swimming in this at all. and coastal flood, minor to moderate as we go through tomorrow. that's going to be tidal flooding. during high tide time in the morning and later on in the evening we could see minor to moderate flooding there as well. we'll talk about those tide times plus a heat wave in the forecast coming up. that's straight ahead. it's not too late to get to the jersey shore to enjoy labor day. you're looking live at conditions in cape may right now. you can see the waves crashing onto the beach. some places along the shore are seeing beach erosion tonight. in this drone video, this weekend's waves have worn away part of the beach in north wildwood. it's high tide at the shore right now. with it comes the threat of more flooding. nbc 10's drew smith is live in west wildwood tonight. what's it like right there now? >> denise, much less intense windwise as it was last night. if you look at the back bay
here, you can see it's a little choppy but nothing like it has been because of that intense wind coming in off hermine. if you want to look at flooding we're seeing here, it's very minor. just a little water coming in off the sea wall and into the storm drain. and this is giving people hope that the rest of the holiday weekend will be calm and fun here at the shore. >> go! >> the crowds came out as the threat from hermine diminished. people are enjoying one of the last big nights of summer on the wildwood boardwalk. but there are plenty of vacancy signs up as hotel operators hope more families drive down the shore after seeing the updated forecast. it's what michael mccarty did this morning. >> no place better than the jersey shore. that's where we wanted to be. >> reporter: a drone above north wildwood shows what will likely be the biggest damage from hermine. erosion. many beaches remain closed to
swimmers, even though more people took a chance and waded in today. in atlantic city, surfers enjoyed the bigger swells. >> as long as it stays off the coast, gives us good waves, good weather. can't beat it. >> still a good crowd for happy hour but the cruise boats in ac closed for safety. >> thought it was going to be terrible today and ended up being awesome. >> it was a major reversal for the miss america contestants here at the shore. yesterday, they tried to take photos in intense wind. today, they learned to golf at lynnwood country club under sunny skies. >> we want people to be out and about, enjoying our jersey beaches. so luckily today has been a lot better. >> the threat is not totally over right now as some of that water comes in off the back bay. neighbors also looking at the high tide tomorrow morning. overall, a feeling of optimism at the shore. the governor has even decided to reopen one of the state beach parks. and he is asking, though, people to pay attention to those
lifeguards if they decide to go to the beach tomorrow. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news. >> in delaware, governor jack markell limited the state of emergency within the last few hours. that came after hundreds of people took advantage of the sunny weather at the delaware beaches today. hermine's move into the ocean was a pleasant surprise to a lot of beachgoers and business owners. nbc 10's brandon hudson joins us where there are still strong winds out there. brandon? >> reporter: denise, the winds are strong but not as strong as they were yesterday. we're approaching a high tide hour. you can see the waves coming in. just a few seconds ago, we saw some of the water coming in very close inland. this seafoam on the ground gives you an idea how far this water has come inland tonight. the biggest concern is flooding, especially in some of those lower lying areas. one of the few reminders of hermine, found in the front yard
of this home in dewey beach. >> a lot of water over the last couple of days. and we get the remnants of it. >> reporter: bill says it's overflow from the bay across the street. it was more of a problem yesterday. >> we were probably up, you know, i'd say, probably another three or four inches yesterday when we had probably four or five hours of heavy rain. >> just 24 hours earlier, overcast skies, rough waters and strong winds greeted beachgoers along the delaware shore. hermine's threat caused some places to close early, including this ice cream stand along the rehoboth beach boardwalk. we returned today to find it back open. >> any way you can make some of that back based on business today and tomorrow. >> once you lose it you lose it. that's the way it works. so we'll try again next year. >> reporter: despite the storm moving further offcoast, sussex county emergency management still has concerned about overnight flooding. along the beach earlier, we found a number of care-free
beachgoers who took their chances in the water. >> i was happy it wasn't raining. >> how was it? >> 10. >> 10. >> i wouldn't give it a 10 because it's really windy and you can't go in the water, so -- >> okay. >> this was not a good weekend for hotels who suffered because of hermine's impact. many of them here in delaware had to have cancellations because of the forecast. live in dewey beach, brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. here's a live look at atlantic city tonight. remember you can always track every storm that comes our way with the nbc 10 app. use our interactive radar and maps to check out the ten-day forecast personalized to where you live. because of hermine, philadelphia is much more packed than it would be for a typical labor day weekend. you're looking live at the ben franklin parkway where coldplay is wrapping up the made in america festival. some concertgoers told us they
brought rain gear just in case but they were thrilled by the near perfect weather instead. lauren mayk takes us inside. >> reporter: over the ben franklin parkway, a ride soaring into blue skies. the sun was out at the budweiser made in america festival in philadelphia. >> it was a pleasant surprise to wake up and see the sun and not rain. >> we had ponchos ready. >> reporter: this weather was a thrill for concertgoers prepared to brave a damper day. >> i was definitely expecting torrential down pour and to be walking around with mud everywhere. >> instead they donned sunglasses, picked up free popsicles made by the whimsical popsicle company. >> we have 7500 to pass out today. >> reporter: music filled the parkway with performances on different stages. and then staking out those up close spots to see their favorite. >> d.j. and -- but we're going
to stay the whole day. >> this is an all-day event. pick up a snack or maybe take a ride for a view of the stage and those sunny skies. the two-day festival has become an annual draw for music fans. >> from miami, from new york. >> reporter: louise has been here before. >> what brought you back this year? >> the energy. honestly, everybody just having a good time and listening to the music. and we just share the same love for the music. there's no other way to explain it. >> reporter: on the ben franklin parkway, i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. there was also a certain political feel. pictures like these. the former president bill clinton at the made in america festival were all over social media. he took selfies with fans. also spotted talking to beyonce and jay-z. hillary clinton's campaign is making a labor day push in several battleground states, including pennsylvania. clinton's running mate tim kaine will be in pittsburgh tomorrow.
and clinton and kaine will both be in ohio. the democratic presidential nominee fd her running mate will be talking jobs on this labor day. republican vice presidential nominee governor mike pence also made the rounds this morning on "meet the press." chuck todd asked governor pence to elaborate on donald trump's immigration plan. >> build a wall. we're going to enforce the laws of this country. end catch and release. we're going to do all of the things that politicians in both politic parties have been talking about for more than a generation. he's also said there's going to be no amnesty and no path to legalization. if people want to get legalized or get right under the color of the law, they need to leave the country. >> pence also weighed in on the issue of donald trump's tax returns. he told chuck todd that trump will release them at the conclusion of the current irs audit. pence said he'd release his as well but stopd short of giving an exact date. a rough ride for some
passengers spending their labor day weekend passing around hermine. we'll talk to someone dealing with these rough waves on board a cruise ship that's had storm troubles in the past. and we're still tracking hermine. now, it is still going to bring wind to the shore. coming up, what else you can expect for your labor day monday. that's
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in philadelphia's olney neighborhood, a woman is dead after police say she was intentionally struck by a car and then beaten with a shovel. just before 9:00 tonight she was hit at west rockland and north franklin streets. the woman was pinned under the car until medics got her out. the driver is now in police custody. more breaking news in east falls. a car crashed on a ramp on roosevelt boulevard on to fox street. a 4-month-old was thrown from the car. doctors at st. christopher's hospital are with the child right now. the child did not suffer any serious injuries. no word on what caused that crash. an atlantic city police officer continues to fight for his life tonight after he was shot in the head. it happened around 2:00 saturday morning. police witnessed three men hold up another group of men on the sidewalk besides cesars parking garage. when police got out of their cars, bullets started flying and everyone involved took off
running. . the second officer shot and killed one of the. it happened near belmont heavy and south concourse around 8:00 a.m. the attacker was driving a black ford explorer. police say he hit the victim in the head with a handgun and stole 100 bucks. now this is a surveillance picture of the suspect. police say the incident happened around 2:00 saturday morning at a hotel in king of prussia. the suspect arranged to meet the escorts online. he flashed a handgun, a fake badge and took the woman's money and cell phone. police say the man was not part of any police operation. he's buildinged to ebelieved ts
silver two-door car. anyone with information is asked to contact upper merion police. a rough ride on the high seas. local passengers are feeling the impact of hermine aboard royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. it took off from new jersey bound for bermuda as they went around the storm. >> watch yourself. >> robert literally fell into our facetime interview this evening. knocked off balance by rough seas while on "anthem of the seas." >> it was blowing. it was blowing pretty good. >> several local vacationers posted video on social media. a philadelphia woman also sent us this video as she recovers from motion sickness. >> there were a lot of people that weren't feeling well. most of my family wasn't. >> mchugh was among 75 friends and family that took off from port liberty yesterday for a wedding in bermuda. his wife and two young children are seasick and so are many others aboard the ship at the
"anthem of the seas" sailed through hermine. >> we got on the boat yesterday. one of those videos the captain talked about how instead of going straight to bermuda, we were going to go straight east and drop down into it. >> back in february, "anthem of the seas" got stuck in a vilent storm. a storm predicted like hermine. that ship made an emergency rerouting back to the u.s. with passengers and furniture tossed about the vessel. mchugh says despite others getting sick, he doesn't consider the choppy seas all that bad. >> it's not like it was a category 5 hurricane. it was -- the storm with some tropical force winds, right? >> royal caribbean tells me its captain is communicate with guests around high wind gusts and that the ship is safely sailing to bermuda. and check out this video of another cruise ship dealing with hermine's wrath this weekend. the carnival pride brought its ship to port in baltimore
several hours earlier yesterday because of the rocky waters and strong winds. and, sheena, we're seeing those conditions that it could be rough. that was from yesterday and the one we're talking about with bermuda is a little rough still today. >> so the winds sustained near the center of hermine are still around 70 miles an hour. so that's really strong. you get that water moving and churn, there's nothing to stop it. that's why a lot of these ships have, at least some of them, started moving on land for the most part. that's a smart thing to do. but on land here holocally, we' seeing much nicer conditions. the storm staying offshore will be providing still high winds for the jersey shore and the delaware beaches. here's a live look outside atlantic city. not looking too bad. we have some surf there. you see it in the image. as we go into tomorrow, if you will be at the shore, it's still going to be a windy day. the rip current risk is still going to be high. so keep that in mind.
and we could see this system slowly try to move closer to shore. it's not going to get close to shore, but the track may move it more to the northwest tomorrow. so with that being said, we'll continue to see those winds and high surf and the rip current risk, be very careful of that. very far offshore, max winds near 70 miles an hour near the center. this storm is starting to bring cloud cover closer to the shore. look at the track, though. it's going to maybe move to the northwest which again will only continue to give us winds and high rip current risk but then back out to sea. it's going to stay offshore. here's a look at the clouds and the rain. the rain still pretty far offshore. cloud cover along the shore. the jersey shore and delaware beaches. as we go into tomorrow, don't be surprised if you are at the shore and continue to see that cloud cover. the center of this storm now, 350 miles away from the shore. and as it gets closer tomorrow, it will again continue to bring us possibly tropical storm conditions. so tropical storm warnings still
for the delaware beaches, jersey shore. winds gusting near 40 miles an hour through the day. we still have again the risk for rip currents with that. so it's going to be very dangerous if you try to go swimming in the water tomorrow. here's a look at future weather seeing the rain offshore. gets it a little closer tomorrow through the day. most of this rain will still stay offshore. more clouds in new jersey and delaware. by monday evening, the storm pushing away off to the north. even by tuesday. but we'll still have those rough seas locally. still the threat of rip currents. wednesday, starts to move even farther away. what you can expect labor day, tomorrow, at the shore, the waves will be high, about 8 to 12-foot seas. high risk of rip currents still with those rough waters. we're also talking about windy conditions. wind gusts near 40 miles an hour or so. and the flooding we've been talking about for the weekend, right now it looks like possibly minor to moderate tidal flooding. that's going to be at the time of high tide. atlantic city, rehoboth beach.
in between these areas, tide times will fall in between. tomorrow, we're looking at the first high tide around 11:00 a.m. and the second one 11:00 p.m. moderate tidal flooding is possible. by tuesday, could be looking at minor tidal flooding with high tide times. so as we go through your labor day, if you're in philadelphia, it's going to be nice. 83 degrees. sunny. breezy. along the shore, 84 degrees. more in the way of cloud cover but windy. take a look at what happens to our temperatures. we start to get warmer wither wind direction finally changing as hermine moves away. 90s again. another heat wave in the forecast. even though the unofficial end to summer is here, we're still going to feel like summer. if you're still at the shore, if you're lucky enough as we go through the rest of this week, temperatures mid to low 80s. danny? >> coming up in sports, it appears the eagles future has arrived ahead of schedule. now the question is, will carson wentz start in next week's
this is "sports desk" brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> danny pommells from csn with you. we may find out tomorrow if carson wentz will start sunday's season opener for the eagles. head coach doug pederson's conference is at 9:30 in the morning. it will be either wentz or chase daniel against the browns. wentz barely has any experience facing nfl defense. he missed the last three
preseason games with a fractured wrist playing less than a half of football in the preseason. i asked the gm if an inexperienced pro is ready to take the reins of the offense. >> a lot of this game is mental. and his ability to progress in the classroom and on the field, get the mental reps. he was here the whole offseason. he was able to get all those reps on the field, prepare for the preseason, playing that game. and then at the same time, the luxury of not only having him but having a veteran chase daniel here. >> right now carson wentz will be the second stringer? >> coach pederson and his staff will be here tomorrow. whoever is playing next sunday, we'll rally behind them. we're eager to open the season at home in front of our fans. >> eagles insider dave is joining us to talk about the birds. will carson wentz be under center when the birds start week one against cleveland? >> the big reveal. i don't know. we'll have to see what doug
pederson says at his 11:30 presser. it's going to depend on that ct scan for carson wentz. is he going to be healthy enough to play? last week he wasn't healthy enough. way back when i asked carson wentz how they determine it. his pain tolerance is what allows them to go deeper in practice but game action, whether it's preseason or regular season, is up to the medical staff. >> that's the funny thing. he's played barely a half of football in the preseason. he played in the football subdivision last year. he's going from the fcs subdivision to starting week one for the eagles. you've seen him in practice. is he going to be ready for this? >> certainly an athletic specimen. much more athletic than sam bradford. more physical skills. the accuracy is the thing that scares you. wooefr seen him have some trouble really with overthrowing passes and that's been pretty consistent through the spring and training camp and even in the preseason game he did a
little. he tends to score the ball. point he's gifted enough physically and mentally. before they drafted him. they made sure he had the mental makeup to be a franchise quarterback. that's why i think tare okay, even if they are rushing him into this. >> closing in on week one for the eagles as they take on the cleveland browns. the team cut training camp standout paul turner in a surprising move today. the undrafted free agent out of louisiana tech led all nfl receivers in catches and yards during the preseason and also scoring a 71-yard touchdown in thursday's preseason finale. when we return, a tough home stand for the phillies later in the show. nbc 10 news is coming right back. stay with us.
♪ pope francis led the canonization ceremony in st. peter's square this morning. ten s of thousands came to watc including pilgrims from the philadelphia archdiocese. she's credited with two miracles and a lifetime of charity to the >> she was an amazing woman. come for a lot of people. >> dignitaries from all over the world were there. the front seats were given to 1,500 poor and homeless men cared for by the missionaries of charities, a religious order founded by mother teresa. up next, our storm team coverage of hermine continues from the jersey shore. >> at high tide, a little bit of water coming on to the streets here in the wildwood. we'll tell you about that flood threat for tonight and tomorrow, plus the latest impacts from hermine at the jersey shore. that report coming up.
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waves moving on to the beach at cape may all throughout the evening. it was still windy, and there is a rip current risk. of course, that's all because of hermine which is churning hundreds of miles on new jersey's shore. let's go to meteorologist sheena parveen who is still tracking hermine. >> hermine still well out to sea but eventually is going to start to bring more cloud cover tomorrow. max winds 70 miles an hour near the center. look how far away it is. that's where the rain is, too. we really expect most of this rain to be staying offshore. here's the updated track. a little bit of possibly everything a northwest movement over the next 24 hours. then it's going to keep moving out to sea. even with this northwest movement it's still going to remain pretty far offshore. however, it's still going to cause that high rip current risk and threat for flooding into tomorrow only at our shore points, though. about 350 miles away from the new jersey coast.
that's if you measure it from the center and the rain is offshore, today. buoy data coming in. wave heights 11, 10, further to the north closer to about 20 feet. as we go through your labor day monday, tomorrow, the risk of rip currents are going to still be very high along the new jersey shore and delaware beaches. coastal flood, minor to moderate as we go through high tide times tomorrow morning and tomorrow evening. we also still have that tropical storm warning right along the shore. and in the delaware beaches. we could see winds gusting around 40 miles an hour. still a windy day tomorrow. for most of the area, especially farther inland, still a fairly nice day. we're talking about high tide bringing a threat for flooding for the jersey shore. drew smith reports from the wildwoods about that. >> this is a good sign the wind hasn't whipped up all of the water in the back bays along the barrier islands.
the water isn't splashing over the sea wall. the streets are staying dry and hermine's shift in track has made it a better time at the shore. many beaches do remain closed. that's because of the rip currents. though we saw people wading in today and surfers riding the bigger waves. some beaches took a beating. you can see the erosion. and businesses are not doing that great. we saw a lot of vacancy signs at hotels. >> they all left yesterday. all their porch furniture is gone and all their awnings are off. everything. >> i think the summer is over. unfortunately, we missed out because of hurricane hermine. >> new jersey's governor said that hermine's track was looking encouraging. that seems to have panned out. emergency cruise and resources remain on standby. the governor also asking people to pay attention to their lifeguards tomorrow who went ahead and opened one of the state park beaches that was closed today. i'm drew smith, nbc 10 news.
let's take a live look at conditions at cape may where it turned out to be a nice day. despite the better than expected conditions. new jersey governor chris christie is taking hermine seriously and has declared a state of emergency to bring in the national guard. >> signing the deck laration of emergency was to give me's maximum amount of flexibility to respond to the storm as would be needed. i hoped to not have to use the asset, but it would be much too late if the storm started to track west and we declared an emergency then and tried to get guardsmen and women in. >> the governor also said some of the storms's effects could last through wednesday rather than ending on tuesday as originally reported. not the perfect weekend at the delaware beaches but most vacationers and visitors are trying to salvage as much of the holiday as they can. as brandon hudson explains, the threat there isn't completely over yet. >> reporter: tonight the big concern is flooding in some of
these lower lying areas. here at dewey beach, the water has come up to right about this line here in the sand. we're just a few feet from the edge of the beach and we can see the hotels and homes off in the distance. it's not stopping people from enjoying what's left of their holiday weekend. one of the few reminders of hermine found in the front yard of this home in dewey beach. >> we were probably up another three or four inches yesterday when we had probably four or five hours of heavy rain. >> just 24 hours earlier, overcast skies, rough waters and strong winds greeted beachgoers along the delaware shore. hermine's threat caused some places to close early, including this ice cream stand along the rehoboth beach beachwalk. we returned today to find it open. >> any way to make some of that back based on business today and tomorrow? >> once you lose it, you lose it. we'll try again next year.
>> despite the storm moving further off coast, sussex county emergency management has concerns about overnight flooding. along the beach hours earlier, we found a number of care-free beachgoers who took their chances in the water. >> i was really happy it wasn't raining. we came out. >> this wasn't the best weekend for some of the area hotels. a lot of them had a lot of cancellations due to hermine's threat. i'm brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. florida's governor got a close are look at some of the most damaged areas of the state today. hermine made landfall near tallahassee as a hurricane friday morning. one river crested over 25 feet causing flash flooding in low-lying neighborhoods. at the height of the storm, close to 800 homes had to be evacuated. leslie jones won't let internet trolls get her down for long. what the" saturday night live" star is doing tonight to show she's not afraid of her hackers. plus, does this sign need
former u.s. women's team midfielder lauren holiday is set to undergo brain surgery to remove a tumor. she's the wife of former sixers haufl star guard jrue holiday. the surgery is scheduled for some time later this year after holiday gives birth to the couple's first child. she's expected to make a full recovery. holiday currently on the new orleans pelicans will take an immediate leave of absence to care for his wife. leslie jones is back on social media. last month, someone hacked jones' website. they posted a lot of personal information, including explicit photos, her passport and driver's license. in a tweet to fans, jones wrote
thanks to my fans and friends i'm so okay, really. and i will always be funny been through a lot in my life, and i always get back up. homeland security is looking for the hackers. a new street sign is catching some attention. it appears the sign is misspelled but it turns out that's exactly what a township official was aiming for. the sign says "dear" crossing. it's meant as a play on words. dear as a term of affection for children. chris colonel, the township official who had the sign made, combined his love of puns with his mission to keep the streets of haverford township safe. he wants the sign to be a reminder to everyone of everything we hold dear to us. some local barbers put their skills to the test to give out free haircuts. the barbers who care event was held at the y in center city.
the philadelphia 76ers chipped in free draw string book bags to all the kids who showed up. piece by piece, the comcast innovation and technology center is becoming the tallest building in philadelphia. and we're taking you through the construction this week. nbc 10's keith jones explains how a form of white hot artwork is helping to make the building possible. ♪ >> in a city filled with beautiful art, the countless murals, there's a lesser known craft. it's flashy, flameless and flawless. white hot work at the comcast innovation and technology center. >> this is hot water piping.
>> we do everything. chemicals, air, natural gas. >> essentially, anything to do with pipes that a plumber doesn't do. joining two metals using an electrical arc and these filler metal sticks. the arc melts the stick into the pipe, fusing them together. then -- they shave off the excess. it's a precise but cool artform. just ask local steam fitter tom mccool. >> we have a five-year apprenticeship and everybody is trained. seemed like a really cool job. i wanted to get on it. >> about 50 steam fitters are working on hundreds of miles of pipe at the new comcast tower. in artful fashion, these welders' shields equipped with an autodark feet purp without it, it could blind them. >> you'll get this horrible feeling at night like there's something in your eyes.
>> there's a steam fitter's m t masterpiece all around you. >> a lot of work. it's a massive job. just everybody does their little part and that they -- you go down the lower floors, it's coming up it's pretty cool. >> reporter: keith jones, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, we are still tracking hermine. it is very far offshore. about 350 miles away from our coastline. but it is still a strong storm. winds sustained near 70 miles an hour from the center. and we're looking at some rain offshore, too. i expect most of that to really be staying offshore. here's the official track from the hurricane center. it is expected still to make a little bit of a left shift. i wouldn't call it a left turn. we don't expect it to head inland or move into our coastline. through the day tomorrow, if it gets closer, we will continue to those winds along the shore. still the threat of rip
currents. and as we go from tuesday into wednesday it moves away. but it's moving fairly slow right now. here's a look at the current raid view. the rain sitting offshore. some cloud cover trying to head towards our point and the delaware beaches. we'll watch this closely through the day tomorrow to see how close some of this rain might get. there you see at the center about 350 miles away from us. but some of the tracks are trying to push it a little closer. and that would bring more cloud cover to our shore points tomorrow. coastal flood warning for parts of delaware, kent and sussex counties, the jersey shore. this is now in place of a tropical storm warning. we have a coastal flood warning. potentially running into your tuesday as well. and the tropical storm warning still for those offshore areas. if you plan on boating or anything like that's for your labor day monday, we still expect winds gusting near 40 miles an hour, rough seas and
dangerous rip currents. here's the neighborhood forecast tomorrow for your labor day monday. no matter where you're heading. 83 degrees. in allentown, a beautiful day. sunny skies. high temperature around 80 degrees. vorhees, 85. we'll keep the red exclamation at the shore because of the dangerous rip current risk. longport, 84. avalon 84. dover, 86. rehoboth beach, 84 degrees. your labor day weekend at the shore, high risk of rip currents. rough seas. winds gusting near 40 miles an hour. especially offshore. and minor to moderate tide flooding. right around the time of high tide. that would be around 11:00 a.m. 11:00 p.m. by tuesday, could see minor flooding possible as well. a busy day on the blue cross river rink at penn's landing. look at this time lapse video. a steady crowd laced up their roller skates and enjoyed a view
of the ben franklin and the bridge. today is the last day for the summer fest. it was a nail-bite are at citizens bank park. some of the best plays happened in the stands. the fans were showing the phils how it's done. making some sick catches. seeing if the players could handle their jobs against the braves. katie: on crime, pat toomey's attacks on me are shameful.
narrator: katie mcginty will keep us safe -- more police on the streets, better training and equipment, and take on the gun lobby for gun safety laws. katie: i'm the daughter of a police officer, and the mother of three. i'll stand with law enforcement to fight crime, and protect our families. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. welcome back. i'm danny pommells. yesterday's shocking trade of sam bradford continues to dominate the headlines. the birds picked up a 2017 first round pick and conditional fourth round pick from the vikings. now the eagles have a first rounder for next year's draft right here in philadelphia. you don't typically see an nfl team trade its starting quarterback eight days before the season opener, but csn eagles insider is a big fan of the move. >> i think this is a trade that i think works out for all parties. the vikings needed a
quarterback. now they got a quarterback. it was obvious that tom condon, the agent for sam bradford and sam bradford were both trying to get him oufts here. he's out of here now n he's going to probably the best team he's ever played for. and the eagles are in a position they get a first round draft pick and pick a year after that. and here they are. now they've got carson wentz and the one cautionary note i would say, don't rush carson wentz. >> on paper for both teams the trade looks like a home run. phillies could use some home runs of their own. their offense has come to screeching halt during a brutal 0-6 home stand. jake thompsoning this afternoon's finale. bombs this 28th round trip for the season. braves, 1-0. the nice phillie defense in the third.
tracking, tracking, makes the running grab as he runs into the retaining wall there. lost some space there but bends over the railing. a 1, 2, 3 inning. bases loaded for franco. grounds out to third. phillies three. bottom of six. lines out to right. phillies leave three runners in back-to-back. braves in the eighth. freeman living the hard knock life. deep and long gone to center off michael mariot. phillies get shut out, 2-0, the final. >> i'm not happy with being in this rut that we're in right now. and the games that we've been playing lately, the last three anyway, are very similar to the ones we were winning early in the season. we're just not getting it done. the same type of games. close games, for example, our starter got us seven innings.
we just couldn't score any runs. phillies players may not have gotten it done today but the fans were on their game. look at this guy. tumbled over the back of the seat but manages to make the catch. this fan falls sideways down in between the seats. sometimes there was like liquids and trash and debris. he comes out unscathed. he comes out of there and gives the ball away to a young fan. talented people in the stands at citizens bank park. we'll be right back.
a lehigh valley professor denied tenure is ending his hung strike tomorrow. juan roja teaches spanish at lafayette college in easton and says a school committee recommended him for ten but lafayette's president denied him citing negative reviews from his students. he felt he had no recourse other than the hunger strike to appeal that decision. time for a look at some of the stories we're following after the holiday weekend. septa is hoping to ease the burden as students and workers head back to their normal routines. starting tuesday, new regional rail schedules will go into effect. this as septa works to replace cracked steel beams on nearly 100 silver liner five trains. among the change is the return to the media/elwyn line. it is back to a montgomery
county courtroom this week for bill cosby. a pretrial conference will be held tuesday in norristown. cosby is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a temple university employee at his home back in 2004. up next on nbc 10, it's "in dep depth" with graham bessinger. he sits down with shaquille o'neal. >> we're having fun with shaq at his house in orlando. >> relax. relax. you have to step into it. >> shaquille tells me about his surprising business success, the real deal on his relationship with kobe, and the huge impact his late stepfather had on his life. >> i'm still relevant five years after playing because of that man. >> all that's coming up next on "in depth" here on nbc 10. >> tune in for that. and a final check on hermine. something to still watch out for.
>> we'll still watch it. still well offshore. we do not expect it to move inland at all. it will still be affecting currents. windy. you may want to rethink taking the boat out. a tropical storm warning offshore. could see minor to moderate tidal flooding tomorrow. nice conditions for the rest of the area for your labor day as we go into tuesday. and even into the weekend. we're going to have another stretch of warmer temperatures. so we're looking at a potential heat wave in the forecast and so far next weekend looks really nice. for your labor day, we do expect most of the area is staying nice and dry. >> good thing hermine missed us. >> we never expected it to move on land. we saw a few days ago the track was closer to land. now it's shifted farther out because of the movement of this storm. it's news because we're not deal with the initial flooding everyone anticipated. still minor to moderate tomorrow but we'll keep watching it. >> that's nbc 10 news for now. for sheena, danny and all of us
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