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showers are moving through our area and thunderstorms could be in our future. >> we're following breaking news from northeast philadelphia where an investigation into vandalism at a synagogue is under way. more calls for philadelphia district attorney seth williams to resign as demonstrators block str city streets this morning to make their voices heard. >> nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 11:00, it's a warm and wet monday throughout our area. a live look now at center city, philadelphia. the morning started out foggy and still there is fog in some areas. take a look at city hall, you can't even see the top. the fog is very thick. >> we continue to track showers across our area and a live look at radar where the rain is falling right now. take a look at that. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist
crystal cry is in the area. this is not necessarily the end of the rain that we've been on/off seeing and new castle county and in philly and reddingtown, and still the showers through parts of south jersey and passing it in new york as it starts to move off to the east. this round of rain is on its way out. take a closer look to where it's still falling and you see the spots of yellow and orange and egg harbor township and you see it extending near ship bottom. those spots are more steady to heavy rain. this it downpour by any means and it's going by pretty quickly and these will linger around the shore points before the lunch hour before things move off entirely and leave us with lingering spot showers that are li ir a look outside, still very gray and an eerie look
throughout our neighborhoods. temperature wise, we're seeing the climb in southern zones and not in philly yet at 48 degrees or the suburbs in 43 delaware, wilmington sitting in the upper 40s. if you go to southern delaware, they have low to upper 60s already as the warm front is starting to head our direction. we have a temperature boost on the way and it will hit later this afternoon. we'll talk more about that and your future model for those thunderstorms tomorrow coming crystal, thanks. let's see how the poor visibility is impacting the roads and nbc news traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> we're watching 95, guys, right now and rain coming down here, as well. on our cameras. of course, the truck is in the way and they just got it over into the right-hand shoulder and they move the cameras right on
cue. maybe we'll get a better shot of it in a second and headed to th slower as they head into the right-hand shoulder and the residual remains. on lancaster avenue, east and westbound blocked in a portion. you can see part of the closure in the red right there in betwthnd springville road and we're seeing delays in the area and if you're headed southbound in the blue route, because of the veed around and there is bethlehem pike and stump road and we'll end up with the foggy situation at the airport. we are seeing 34-minute delays due to low clouds and they have a traffic warning in effect for flights arriving in philadelphia. so check before you go. you definitely want to do that before you head to the airport any time soon. >> thanks. to breaking news that we're following in northeast philadelphia. >> that's where a synagogue has been vandalized and it's want the first time this has
happened. pam, how bad is the damage, first of all? >> reporter: this time, katie it was the one window that was broken out. police are taking this seriously and are inside right now. w video from inside of the temple where the rock came through the window. as you mentioned, this is want the first time this happened. it happened back in december. one window was the b in january owjanuary, we know the temple installed surveillance cameras and police are trying to get a look to see if the suspect was captured at all. the people who worship here feel as though they're beingrget. >> no other church is damageded in this area, just us. >> reporter: it's upsetting. >> right. >> reporter: and he tells me that the fbi is still incident
happened back in those eight windows were vandalized. we also know there is a $10,000 reward connected with that incident. anyone with information should give them artinlive in the nort, i'm pamela osbourne, nbc 10 news. >> thanks. traffic is returning to protest this morning. >> demonstrators blocked traffi williams' office. members of black lives matter philly are demanding he resign. he pled guilty to bribery and extortion charges. protesters say he needs to get be a of the office. re-election. >> police are investigating a cs in the chest.ot the a tnager isd poli kensington there. no county. no one was place to stay. offia between fourth and fifth but se through friday. septa says those are the hours
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and we continue to track showers across parts of our area. a live look in our area shows where the rain is falling as we speak. >> nbc 10 first alert meteorologist krystal klie is tracking that forecast. >> that round of rain is starting to move out, but we've still got the very gray skies and lingering fog out there especially in the north and west. this is outside the nbc 10 studios here. so what we're looking at is a change over in the afternoon especially in the late day. look at your radar and satellite map. we've got the rain line that's moving along the shore right now. we've still got cloudy conditions over pretty much the rest of our area. no breaks in sun yet. the fog is still lingering, and if we take a closer look to these showers they're mostly just a steady rain and the deeper green and spots of yellow that we see. no thunderstorms and just rain and a lot of have something that wi mostly in the 40s acrohe
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raised in support of the family. kelly cobiella, nbc news, london. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> all right. we'll start with a live look outside in cape may, new jersey, cloudy conditions still and you can see any fog is burned off along the shore points and some of the rain has been passing by, but the gray skies are not going to leave us today. we will see possibly some breaks of sun and still cloudiness out there and we go north to eastern pennsylvania and a very gray picture now and likely through the day. starting tight here, viewing the area where the showers are still passing by from cape may county to atlantic county and all of the way to ship bottom and ocean county we are tracking those showers starting to move offshore. what is left, some cloudy conditions like i mentioned across our entire region and isolated light showers that will pass by as we go through the rest of today, but i don't expect much more rain through today like we saw in our morning hours as this is starting to move out. if i pull this out even factor, though, we have another storm
system starting to head our direction by tomorrow which means there is still a chance of more rain in the forecast that just hits tomorrow and that actually comes with the potential for thunderstorms. current winds really playing a part in our forecast right now. i know this doesn't look like much, wilmington and only 14 in wildwood, but it's about the direction of those windses. they're now coming in from the southwest. yesterday they were coming in from the east which is pushing in cool air. when you have motion in that direction usually it's pulling in warmer temperatures and that's exactly what's happening right now with the warm front moving through. look at the variation in temperatures as we go for the potential for showers, too, on your hour-by-hour we should be nearing 50 through lunchtime boosting into the 60s in philly, to 65, but this will be the late part of the day because the warm air will spread as we continue through the arch hours and it will move farther and farther north. notice we're still in the 50s in areas like allentown and we do see areas like dover and
millville and possibly spots in the 70s and seeing that in areas like georgetown. notice the rain and not a lot of it and some spot showers in your tuesday morning and temperatures in the light 50s to start tomorrow off and then we go into the afternoon and 12:30, a chance of a thunderstorm popping north and temperatures that are in the 60s near 70 and there is like wilmington picking up at 70 degrees and we continue in the afternoon and a line of thunderstorms is possible by 4:30 p.m. so that's more widespread across the region. you could see a thunderstorm and we're looking at that about 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and the showers do look up overnight and temperatures will drop down, as well and under a warm spell late today into tomorrow as this moisture pushes through which allows us the possibility of thunderstorms. >> 68 for us today should be our high and that's the very late part of the day with breaks of sun, and mostly cloudy. 71 tomorrow with those afternoon
storms possible and 61 degrees wednesday and we're finally dry and mostly sunny and the upper 50s to mid-50s and another chance of showers and the weekend looking pretty good and springlike and upper 50s to upper 60s saturday and sunday. 75 years ago an organization formed to help jewish refugees in the holocaust. it is continuing its mission to help refugees and those seeking asylum have a brighter future. he's here with jean t.negui, a refugee from congress oo and rw. talk about your organization and the impact its had on the community. tell us more about that work. >> as you mentioned we started 75 years ago to help refugees. we continue to do refugee work although the population has changed over the years.
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look at what we'll see. >> we're learning more about the business owner who took matters into his own hands when a thief robbed his laundromat yesterday. this afternoon he talks with nbc 10 about standing his ground for a second time at the business. plus, we're working to learn more about the missing money that the suspect dumped in the middle of the street. then, a couple waited for health insurance refund, but after months and months and no check, they turned to nbc 10 responds. see how harry stepped in to help and remember this montgomery county 7-month-old and his luscious locks on "the ellen show." today i got a first hand look at how baby theo's mom maintains his many. quite impressive. plus the most accurate forecast when we join you at 4:00. >> oh, theo, if we could all have that hair. mane, amazing. >> the weather, right? >> the weather, #badhairday. we've got a lot of humidity out there and we have a lot of
moisture out there and the showers are moving offshore and we'll have a better chance of thunderstorms and temperatures are warming up late today and upper 60s and low 70s tomorrow and spring like the rest of the week, as well. >> thanks for watching nbc 10 news at 11:00. >> i'm tracy davidson and i'm katy zachry and for all of us at nbc 10, have a great day. ♪ we buy any car ♪ any make, any model, any age, any price ♪ ♪ from 50 bucks to 100 grand ♪ we buy any car ♪ any, any, any, any
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