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time for a backup plan. in two days about 800,000 septa riders could be stranded at bus, subway and trolley operators go on strike. negotiations continue this morning and we are live with the latest. one win away. cleveland clobers the cubs in chicago last night and the birds and the boys face off in prime-time. we're traveling with the eagles and getting you ready with everything you need to know about sunday night football. >> nbc 10 news, starts now. good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." thanks for being with us. i'm rosemary connors. it is 9:00 on this beautiful day. you've got great weather to wrap up the weekend. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking temperatures that could reach near 80 today, crystal, is
that right? >> yeah, doesn't sound right but it is right. we are looking at temperatures that are starting off way warmer than yesterday. and as a result, as we continue to warm up in the afternoon, we'll be way warmer than average. yesterday you might remember that even in the 9:00 a.m. hour we were saying, kind of chilly out there. 30s all over the board. not today, 24 hour change comparing yesterday at this time to right now. well, 17 degrees warmer in philadelphia. 21 degrees warmer in dover. 20 in coatesville, and 23 degrees warmer in mount holly. in fact the entire board is way warmer than yesterday at this time time. here are the actual numbers. these are numbers that typically we'd see as highs later in the day. but instead they're our morning temperatures. 64 mount holly. philadelphia 62 and dover already almost at 70 degrees. warm air has been pressing in colder than yesterday. high pressure dominates the southern half of the country. we're pulling in that western air. but, things are about to change. because, as you see, we've got clouds that are hanging to the
northwest of us. those clouds are going to continue pulling in. a cold front's going to move through, and as a result the cooler halloween. we'll talk about that coming up. >> we'll see you shortly, thanks krystal. we're less than two days away from a possible septa strike. that means about 800,000 people all across our region could be left without rides starting on tuesday morning. in a couple of hours it's back to the bargaining table to make sure that both september fa and its employees have a fair contract. nbc 10's monique braxton is live in center city with more on today's negotiations. monique? >> hi, rosemary. at 11:00 this morning, septa executives, and twu leaders will begin arriving here at the share ton hotel. if they don't reach an agreement a strike could occur. the nearly 5,000 septa employees who work on the trains, buses, and trolleys in the city were told to people to walk off the
job tuesday morning. over the weekend city officials began encouraging employees, including school workers, to get ready. the city of philadelphia, university of pennsylvania, and drexel, will all provide limited shuttle service for its students and employees. the city will provide shuttles along the broad street and market frankfurt lines for city employees, as well as those serving jury duty. for everyone else, the number of bikes will be increased at stations around the city. uber and lyft are working to provide discounted rates near septa stations. but that's just the beginning of the contingency plans that are being prepared at this late hour. we're going to be here for the negotiations and let you know the outcome. any special announcements that are made, count on us to have it for you. live for now, in center city, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. as we mentioned hundreds of thousands of people rely on septa. and of course many of them are
students, if you are one of those people who take septa every day stay with the latest developments, by checking out the nbc 10 app and going to nbc10.com. this morning philadelphia police are investigating a double shooting involving twin brothers. it happened just outside of a night club. we've learned that one of the brothers has died. one gier broke out along adams avenue in lawncrest around 4:00 this morning. the surviving twin is in the hospital in critical condition. police are now looking for the gunman who drove away in a yellow hatchback with delaware tags. one man is dead in north philadelphia after being shot in the neck inside his car. police were called to this scene around 6:00 a.m. the car was parked on old york road just behind temple university hospital. right now there are no suspects in this case. in camden county a man who was shot during a scuffle with police is facing charges. investigators tell cbs ten it all started when a hatton township officer made a traffic
stop yesterday morning. investigators said moments later the driver took off and slammed into a parked car. according to police the officer got into a struggle with the man shooting him once. police arrested him after he went to the hospital. in bucks county three teenagers are now charged as adults with the murder of a popular high school football player. it happened in a park in perkasie, bucks county. 15-year-old harrison moss was charged along with two 16-year-olds authorities have identified as noah strickland and christopher pavack. the victim is 19-year-old iziah lewis. a wide receiver for the pennridge high school football team and graduated last year. police say lewis was shot to death following a fight. they are not saying what led up to the argument. we are just nine days away from the election. now hillary clinton says donald trump is trying to mislead and confuse voters by using the latest fbi e-mail investigation to take aim at her campaign.
meantime, trump is calling this investigation bigger than watergate. nbc news has lernd that the justice department urged the fbi not to go public with its latest revelations, saying that it breaks from policy standards. on friday, fbi director james comey sent a letter to congress about the discovery of the new e-mails. the fbi found them on a laptop belonging to former congressman anthony weiner. now separated from clinton's top aide, huma abedin. "the washington post" reports that a source familiar with the investigation says that abedin is unsure how her e-mails ended up on the laptop that she vud as her husband's computer. on the campaign trail the scandal is giving donald trump plenty of ammunition. meantime, clinton is calling comey's letter to lawmakers unprecedented and deeply troubling. take a listen. >> her criminal action was willful, deliberate, intentional and purposeful. >> no matter how low our
opponents go, we go high! >> trump was at a rally in arizona last night. clinton was at a concert in miami. both presidential campaigns are addressing the e-mail controversy again with just nine days to go until the election. the e-mail flap could impact races in pennsylvania. there's no early voting in the keystone state, so that means it's one of the places where any potential fallout in the coming days could influence voters. yesterday we asked minnesota senator al franken and other clinton supporters about it at an organizing event in philadelphia's bella vista neighborhood. >> doesn't know if anything's relevant at all. >> this kind of thing keeps coming and it doesn't ever seem to stick. >> philadelphia trump volunteers we spoke with yesterday had no comment saying that the e-mail scandal speaks for itself. tomorrow night vice president joe biden and house minority leader nancy pelosi will head line a democratic fund-raiser in south
philadelphia. congressman bob brady the city committee's chairman will host the jefferson, jackson dinner at the sheet metal workers hall. you may start to see some lane restrictions on several highways in philadelphia and in delaware county this coming week. this is going on, penndot will be installing din tal signs along i-95 broad street and the super expressway. nbc 10 traffic reporter will update you on the situation every morning this week from 4:30 to 7:00. we also have details about the lane restrictions on the nbc 10 app. eight minutes past 9:00 right now on this sunday coming up, you may want to venture outside your neighborhood this halloween. we'll tell you the top five places in philadelphia to trick or treat tomorrow night.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> this morning starting off very nicely. this afternoon temperatures way above average. by ten chances of rain and of course most important this time of year is your halloween planners for tomorrow if you're got the little trick-or-treater at home. temperature about 56 degrees in philadelphia by 4:00. notice, that's big difference from today's temperatures, because of the cold front. so it's going to cool us down for your monday forecast. we'll be at 50 degrees by 8:00 and fair conditions into the night. mostly clear through the suburbs. 45 already by 8:00 p.m. it will be chilly, meaning that likely going to layer up the kids just a bit at least if they'll be out past night fall. completely dark by around 6:30. 53, 4:00 p.m. in the lehigh valley tomorrow. 42 by 8:00. notice in the 30s by midnight. in delaware, mid 50s, expecting the high close to 60 in the afternoon for delaware. 48 degrees by 8:00. into the mid 40s for new jersey. and the upper 40s by 8:00 p.m.
along the jersey shore. but the good news is, we are not expecting any showers for the halloween forecast. it will on top of this be a bit breezy for your monday forecast. we'll talk more about the extended ten-day forecast and the temperatures throughout the work week coming up. >> thanks for that, krystal. kids have one thing on their mind right now candy. trick-or-treating. and zillow.com ranks philadelphia as the best city to gather streets. they say they can get the most candy for the shortest amount of time. the top five neighborhoods are cross creek, frankford, logan, germantown, and fairmount. while kids love halloween the holiday can pose dangers for pets. the chief of emergency services at penn
vet's hospital had some suggestions to keep your dogs and cats safe. for starters keep candy out of reach, chocolate, wrappers can be hazardous. and keep pets in a separate room during peak trick-or-treating hours as costumes could spook
them. dracula craves blood on halloween and you can give it to people in need. manor college in jenkintown will be mosting a blood drive tomorrow from
10:00 until 3:00. the american red cross will be welcoming the blood donors, and by the way the event will have a halloween theme with a special prize going to the donor who wears the best costume. so dress up if you are going. coming up in sports, the birds are in dallas today for a prime-time match-up. csn's john clark is there with plenty of eagles fans previewing the big game. we'll have his report from the big "d" coming up. and miles - that's how far away republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible
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16 minutes past 9:00 now on this sunday. new this morning, police are investigating a shooting in the olney section of philadelphia. they tell us a man was wounded in the abdomen around 1:00 this morning. nbc 10 was on the scene here. earlier medics took the victim to the hospital. we're told his wound is not life threatening. also new this morning, philadelphia police are investigating an inty dent involving an officer who fired shots while responding to a possible robbery in the city's fairhill section. authorities haven't said what sparked the shooting around 11:00 last night. but they do confirm to us that investigators are questioning several people in this case. so far there are no arrests, and no victims have been reported at area hospitals. it is now four years since hurricane sandy brought unprecedented destruction to new jersey.
the powerful slammed the jersey shore four years ago yesterday and there's still a lot of rebuilding to be done. crews put their finishing touches on a new home in union beach. it's going for a mom and kids who lost their house in the storm. hurricane sandy left 125 people dead and caused more than $62 billion in damage. the governor says 1700 homes are still unlivable. chris christie released a statement to mark the anniversary. in part it reads let's not forget that the job is still not complete, and will not be complete until every person is back in their home. the head of the super regatta wraps up today along kelly drive. here's a live look at boat house row where a little bit further down on the river the competitions are under way. the racers are looking forward to another picture perfect weather day. yesterday it was warm enough for these rowers to wear their t-shirts when they hit the
water. yesterday i saw people out and about wearing flip-flops. >> yeah, you know, it felt a lot warmer than it should have yesterday. and today we're talking temperatures, are you ready for it? even warmer than yesterday! so we're looking at temperatures that are looking much more like maybe the end of summer than for the end of october. looking at the numbers on the board here, this is more typical what we see for afternoon highs. instead we're seeing them for your morning temperatures. 63 in rittenhouse, and kensington at 66 degrees. upper 50s for chestnut hill and still more 60 areas like fox chase, bustleton, parkwood. over to your delaware neighborhoods, and pretty much talking the same thing. 50s, low 60s. harmony hills at 62. wilmington, the same. middletown in the low 60s. and it just continues on this board. we drop a little further south, smyrna at 65. dover the same. lincoln at 64 degrees. can't complain about these numbers.
because we're starting in the 60s, which means in the afternoon we still have a couple hours of warming here. we're going to be looking at temperatures moving right on in to the 70s. now, that's going to happen today. not going to last into monday. looking at radar and satellite here we've got rain to our northwest. we've got a cold front that's to our north. the front is going to move on in. and as it does so chances of rain will start to the northwest, and then continue right along the shore into tonight. so today's forecast temperatures, 78 degrees center city. 77 for summerton. chestnut hill the same, 76 in doylestown and 70 in allentown. lehigh valley the first to see the thicker clouds and then the chance of rain mid, late afternoon. temperatures won't be quite as warm. makes sense. but areas like the shore, parts of delaware, going to see those temperatures right into the mid to upper 70s. and we tracking those scattered clouds and mixing in with the sunshine throughout the forecast. could see some spot thunderstorms through parts of the suburbs, philadelphia, and into new jersey with that line
of storms moving through. temperature in trenton about 76. cape may at 75. here's your hour by hour forecast looking at those clouds that are already in place this morning at 9:00 a.m. go to your lunch time. not much change. still going to see a mix of clouds and is up. as we move into the afternoon and evening, there we go with the line of rain starting 4:30 near allentown. stretches right on into philadelphia. wilmington through trenton by 7:00. and then that will shift on off the shore by around 10:00 p.m. still clouds in spots, chances of rain lingering into the night but overall the front moves out and then we'll start to dry out, as well. that will leave us with much more clear picture for your monday forecast. your halloween forecast. we'll talk more about the forecast for monday and the rest of your work week in your ten day on ten in just a bit. >> here's the 3-1. high drive into right back at the wall, it is gone! >> a three-run homer for jason kipnis led cleveland over the
chicago cubs 7-2 in game four of the world series last night. also puts the indians one win away from their first championship since 1948. game five is tonight at wrigley field. cnn's danny pommells has more on this and the rest of your sunday morning sports. >> this is sports desk brought to you by xfinity. x-1 by xfinity will change the way you experience tv. >> good morning to you, happy sunday i'm danny pommells from csn. it's game day a chance of owning the top spot in the division on the line for the eagles tonight under the prime-time spot light. with more here's john clark in the lone star state. >> the eagles have had a lot of success recently here in dallas. they're 5-2 at at&t stadium. the best record by any cowboys opponent since it opened. here are the birds arriving in dallas.
the eagles are 3-0 at home. only 1-2 on the road. and this is a huge game for the division. this will also be carson wentz's introduction to this rivalry. >> i know how much this means to the city, to these fans. there's a lot of excitement going on with eagles football but definitely this week. but at the same time i don't let that kind of bother me or distract me from the main goal. >> we've just got to come out and play with emotion in this game. i think there's two good football teams. the team that comes out with the fire and the passion will be the team that comes out on top. >> it is a big match-up for the nfc east lead. the best rushing attack in football with the cowboys against the best red zone defense with the birds. in big d., i'm john clark, csn. j.c. thanks. i love that music. tonight there's only one tv station to watch the eagles game nbc 10 kickoff at 8:30. immediately following the game,
don't miss eagles postgame final live from texas with john clark. right after the opening tip sixers dwight howard playing off the 22-year-old joel embiid. the big fa la put some respect. third quarter embiid blows past milsap. lays it up with the left hand. the big fella 14 points in 15 minutes but it was all for naught. the hawks hammered the sixers in the fourth quarter. 104-72. in the night cap at the wells fargo center flyers hosted the penguins. first battle of pennsylvania this season. pens up 4-2 in the second when the captain claude giroux comes a calling. wicked slap shot on the power play. his first of the season made it 4-3. a couple minutes later, voracek with the penalty shot undresses marc-andre fleury. two goals for jake in this one. now in the third, maatta with the puck at the blue line fires, goal off brandon manning and right to evgeni malkin, forget about it. that's the game winner, pens take it 5-4.
to the college gridiron penn state taking on purdue. barkley, gets the give, bounces outside, and he's moving like the lease is up. makes a couple guys miss. this is an 81-yard house call. he had over 200 rushing on the day. penn state with 45 second half points beats purdue 62-24. temple hosting cincinnati. walker seals the envelope on some airmail to bryant a 28 yard hookup. 17-6 temple. owls beat the bearcats. that's a look at sports. i'm danny pommells, csn.
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ten-day forecast, high up to 78 degrees. that's before the cold front moves in. and brings us a chance of rain by right around 6:00 to 7:00 in philadelphia. then that will move out. dry by monday your halloween. much cooler. 60 degrees for the forecast high. another rise in temperatures. low 70s, wednesday and thursday. >> nice to see that bump in the 70s, and almost near 80 today. >> yeah, these are some much warmer than typical temperatures. but i don't think anyone's going to complain about that. >> nope, nope. that's going to do it for us for now. that's "nbc 10 news today." "eagles gameday kickoff" is next. for cll and all of us here i'm
the stage is set. eagles -- the pass -- >> caught, touchdown! >> cowboys. >> somebody go down and tell jack prescott that it isn't that easy. >> rookies take center stage in an old-fashioned rivalry. >> this week it's different. >> i'm telling you, baby, i've been ready. >> doug pederson takes us onto the sidelines. >> if i get down there, i'm coming to that. >> and into the post game locker room. >> you were the best today. >> to explain his winning approach. >> i think it's so important for the guys to see me that way. >> touchdown! the eagles! >> and the man who made