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radar right there, it has been one of those days where you just didn't want to leave the house. but if you did leave, you're likely to see some traffic with all those wet roads out there. here's a look as drivers cross the ben franklin bridge. we begin with nbc10 first alert meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> there's some rain left in the philadelphia area, with everything moving to the east. we look back by washington and it's pretty dry there, so i don't expect any kind of significant rainfall overnight tonight. still some possibilickets of vet rain around at the moment, mostly in bucks county, but most of that is going to be moving to the north towards new york.
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exton, an inch and a half, that's one of the higher amounts that we have seen. 1.75 inches in new hope, about on inch and a half in bedminister. that's the kind of rain that really helps a lot. we have 58 degrees in philadelphia now, we're near 60. 65 in dover right now, and some of those places are going to be up near 70 degrees. but there are also going to be issues with travel as we head toward the morning. meteorologist sheena parveen has more on that. >> that's one of the main concerns of what's going to happen overnight tonight into the morning. fog is going to be forming even more as go overnight into tomorrow morning. some of that fog will be pretty thick. the rain we have now is going to continue to her otaper off, and
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fog is going to form overnight. as you leave the house tomorrow morning, you'll notice that thick fog, low visibility, it's going to make it a little harder to see on the roadways and we could see some scattered showers in the morning hours, so keep that in mind before you leave tomorrow. here's future weather, as we go through the next few hours, 9:30 tonight, a lot of this rain still coming to an end, but that fog forms and thunderstorms moving in as we go through the second half of the day. and two days of rain may not be a bad thing. >> parts of new jersey could really use it. nbc10 south jersey reporter cydney long joining us from hamilton, mercer county tonight. >> reporter: the has been on and off throughout mercer county. we have a steady rainfall coming down now, also route 33 drivers
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are taking it at a steady pates here, residents and businesses are soaking this up, if the alternative is snow or drought related restrictions, they'll take it. >> it's a side of new jersey that mother nature's been hiding for months. >> we need the rain. . >> reporter: like it or not, every could have been is dealing with near drought conditions. mercer county has been the driest in our region. >> we need. i don't have a problem with it. the grass is getting watered, even though it's winter time practically. >> reporter: leaves littered sidewalks. shoppers and commuters alike put up their umbrellas and put up
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with. >> i had no umbrella in my car and luckily i left this morning and my daughter's in the car so i have it with me. >> it's going to be a little bit slow. >> reporter: there will be a trickle of people dining out tonight. >> we don't have dishes or anything, so we don't use a lot of water in the restaurant anyway. >> reporter: if you have had enough of the rainfall, brace yourself, we'll be expecting more of it tomorrow morning. we didn't have any ponding problems on the roads today, but conditions on the roads can change very quickly. >> and make sure you watch nbc10 "today" tomorrow morning for up to the minute information on the rainy rush hour. and in other than news now, police say a teenager killed in
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mayfair was doing nothing wrong when he was shot night. students at northeast high school mourn the loss of a classmate. monique, you had a chance to talk to one of the boy's classes today. a lot for them to process. >> reporter: i can tell you for the last 21 hours, homicide detectives have been going door to door on this busy stretch of cotman avenue, searching for surveillance tape that may have captured the killers. today i spoke to one of ian willsey's best friend. we spoke to ryan myers. stunned and in disbelief, the fellow high school freshman fondly remembers willsey. >> the 14-year-old was gunned down last night ten blocks from his home here at grouse and
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cotman. investigators believe someone fired at willsey while trying to rob him. >> lately we have been having a lot of burglaries, robberies, but right outside your door? >> reporter: this woman says she heard three shots and found willsey just outside. myers also tells us most students at northeast high found out about the death this morning when they arrived at school. >> they took me in a room and there was a lot of people there that was crying. >> reporter: late this, the school district released a statement saying in part, our hearts are with ian's family and friends and the community during
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this difficult time. we came here to the willsey home to see if the family wanted to talk about this tragedy, they asked for pryorivacy at this ti. happening right now, protesters are being led away in hand cuffs in center city for blocking traffic and refusing to move. they're part of a group of service industry workers, fast food employees and uber drivers ralablying for a $15 an hour minimum wage. a bucks county man is prehind bars accused of breaking into a mother's home and sexual assaulting her. say they arrested derek anderson while he was sleeping in his car hours after our story aired
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yesterday. president-elect donald trump continues to add to his cabinet. today mr. donald trump selected elaine c hhao to become labor s tear, krsex -- labor secretary. she was born in taiwan, she's married to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell of kentucky. a new tweet controversy tonight after the president-elect took to twitter to comment on burning of the american flag. the tweet reads, nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag, if they do, there must be consequences, perhaps loss of citizenship or a year in jail. not clear what prompted the tweet this morning or whether mr. trump will call on congress to pass a law related to flag burning. the supreme court ruled in 1989
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that flag burning is part of the 13th amendment. green party jill stein will get an answer regarding her request for a recount in pennsylvania. stein's attorney also face-off with attorneys with the pennsylvania republican party. they called the suit completely without merit since president-elect trump won p.a. by more than 100,000 votes. cubans are lining up again today to honor the country's leader who died last friday. his younger brother and successor raul visited his urn today. tonight there's a new $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the driver who hit and killed an 8-year-old girl.
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jianna poole died when she was hit and killed while walking with her older brother last month. . >> i just ask for you to turn yourself in. i had to leave my baby tonight. i don't get a prom, i don't get a graduation, no marriage, no grandkids, no nothing. so just turn yourself in. >> the fraternal order of police put up some of that reward money. he's a land lord renting space and shouldn't have to pay for a full caseino license. he needs a casino license. stroud wants to reopen in the spring, he bought the casino 18 months ago. all new at 6:00, a 7-year-old captured the hearts of first responders, how police
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officers across the jersey shore are lifting the spirit of joey who continues his fight with cancer. the eagles need a miracle to reach the playoffs. much of the rain is over tonight, certainly the heavy rain, but get ready for round two tomorrow.
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blrk. cleaning out your closet can go a long way toward helping kids. the school is directing pairs of shoes. a nonprofit association called funds to org. the organization will send those shoes to shoes to impoverished areas. the month long effort is aimed at increasing cancer awareness. >> a big show of support for local police officers for a
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young boy linked to law enforcement. nbc10 new jersey bureau reporter tim greenberg has the story. >> reporter: to be joey strong, you have to be strong. 7-year-old joey is waging a battle against a rare form of eye cancer. he started having trouble seeing out of his right eye in july. since then the dennis township first grader has evndured numerous rounds of chemotherapy including painful injekation into his eye. today they donated money for paren paren parents' expenses. every police department in cape may county teamed up to raise
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the money through this year's no shade november. >> this is amazing, we're just so appreciative. >> reporter: joey already has a connection to law enforcement in cape may county, his grand father is the police chief in avalon. >> it's something that hit home with his grandson suffering from cancer, that's what we're about, we're all about taking care of each other. >> reporter: his mom says joey appears to be responding well to the treatments. from this grateful little boy, a huge show of strength by putting the fight of his life. ted greenberg, nbc10 news. >> such support and he knows he's not alone in that fight. >> it has to make joey feel so good to see everybody rallying around him. >> some rain for the morning commute, right, glenn? >> some rain and some fog, if we
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don't have rain, the fog is likely to be more dense and more of a problem and then the rain will come in any way. you can see what's left of the rain we had. the heavier stuff is offshore. we had more dry air from -- you can see what's left of the rain that we had. the heavier stuff is offshore, we have more dry air from washington coming up. so the rain is pretty much going to cut off here, and just drizzle as we go through the night. there's storms down in mississippi and tennessee and that second system is what is going to be coming up here tomorrow. we have had some areas that have had some significant rain, more in pennsylvania than in new jersey or delaware. vorhees township, close an inch. berlin close to an inch. but we have to go to central
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jersey to find the bigger numbers, huey township, hamilton, yardville, princeton, all one inch of rain, that those are the areas that needed it the most. we're above 60 degrees in most places now, odd odessa -- take a look at some of these temperatures as we go through the night and the future radar. and you're not seeing much through tomorrow morning, other than the fog and warm. 61 in the morning at dover. and then a few showers start to develop, it gets a little bit more widespread, we're going to have a big temperature contrast from lehigh valley to southern delaware, you can see your neighborhood forecast, and here
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we go in the middle of the night tomorrow night, it's near 70 degrees, thunderstorms. couple days away from december and we're getting that. so as we go through the night tonight, you see the lack of rainfall, but we have got patchy dense fog coming, we may start off the day tomorrow without any rain. but watch, here it comes and chilly in allentown, compared to what we're seeing to the south and temperatures getting into the 60s, thunderstorms are a pretty good bet for at least a portion of the area, and also the visibility, going down and in some cases near zero by tomorrow morning. that is why we're expecting commuting problems. here's the morning fog and then the thunderstorms, could even be tomorrow night, 68 for the high, then it's a windy day on thursday, gusts over 30 miles an
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hour. we cool down, friday and saturday, right now the weerken is looking on the chilly side, but generally dwroo lly dry, we more rain coming in at the end of the week, and then the cold day starts about day 10. all right, hurricane, i'm john clark, will eagles receiver jordan matthews play on sunday and we'll tell you how headeder his players.
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hey, i'm john clark from csn. jordan matthews who didn't play
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the second half last night, he left with a sprained ankle. he should be good to go on sunday, same goes for brandon brooks. they are now 5 and 6, a long to make the playoffs. and doug pederson challenged his players, he said these last five games we're going to find out who wants to be here and who doesn't. >> who's going to man up as they say and who's going to take pride in their profession. and that's coaches and players. and that's not a threat or anything like that. >> it's tough, you just want to make sure that the team stays together and that we continue to prepare, continue to process. >> penn state will play for the big ten conference championship saturday night against wisconsin.
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the football program has some a long way since the ncaa sanctions came down three years ago. bill o'brien was just starting out, he's watching from houston with a big smile on his face. >> couldn't be more proud of that program, those kids, a lot of those kids were there when we were there as a staff. in 2012, people gave up on that program. and you can go back and look it up. numerous experts gave up on that program and it's a great testament to that school, that coaching staff, james franklin's staff that's there now and especially those kids. >> good job for the temple owls, they will play in their first conference playoff team. this is a big accomplishment for temple. they scored 75 points on saturday. >> this is a team, you know, the naval academy that challenges you to your core, they physically come at you every
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single play and so i think when we go back and look at that film, it's a challenge to all of us to make sure that fiphysical we are ready to play. >> flyers hosting the bruins tonight on nbc sports network. james mason is back in goal. i'm john clark, we're right back. c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent,
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nbc10 wants too see your most creative christmas pictures. tweet us your pictures or your e-mail us through the nbc10 app. >> join our morning team as we help light the holiday tree at the riverrink at penn's lafbding. >> the weather will be nice, we
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had more than an inch of rain to is east of philadelphia. most of the rain is well offshore, a few little light sprinkles left, a little drizzle. and then tomorrow we start off the day with fog and then we we'll see some more thunderstorms. >> up next, nbc "nightly news" with lester holt. rub running their lives. fire close to dollywood. survivors in the wreckage of a tragic air disaster as the plane carrying an underdog dream team goes down. revoking citizenship. president-elect trump's new threat over flag-burning that experts say is unconstitutional. tonight the subtle signs that could save your life. and best friends. a boy and his dog

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