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i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. let's get right to meteorologist krystal klei with the most accurate weather forecast. you can tell because i'm still sleeveless it's another hot day ahead. temperatures close to 70, close to what we saw yesterday morning. 69 in northeast philadelphia. 65 in pottstown. mt. pocono the cool spot at 58. honestly, a few weeks ago, that was in the 40s. this is certainly a nice start to the morning. we're at 68 in dover, atlantic city, wildwood, 68 degrees right now. later today, really temperatures are pretty but kind of hot for this time of year if you've been wanting the fall feel. we're still a few more days away. radar and satellite shows scattered clouds in place. this is different than the last few days. we have clouds thanks to some of the moisture that's starting to roll in from hurricane maria. we're not going to feel major impacts. we will feel some changes moving through the next couple of days as a result of maria.
temperaturewise, 74 by 11:00 a.m. on the trend. 80s by afternoon. we'll track those out with the neighborhood forecast coming up. right now, we'll go to traffic with jessica boyington. >> thanks. starting on the schuylkill expressway, a construction project here. i'm watching the westbound side of the schuylkill around route 202. a second ago we had -- every time we use the camera, they zoom out and mess around. either way, the westbound side approaching the construction spot. you see maybe slow as we get to one lane moving by the scene. that clears around this time. maybe it's behind schedule. i'll keep my eyes on that and watch the 42 freeway in jersey. the northbound side from 55 to the walt, a five-minute trip. speeds still into the 60s there. and we'll end here, another spot in jersey. route 73 near 295. no problems on the northbound and southbound side. >> thank you. breaking now, one person is dead and two others injured in an early morning shooting. responding investigators found a gruesome scene when they discovered one of the victims in an unexpected place. >> nbc10's katy zachry is live
on franklin place where the shooting happened. what are you learning about it? >> reporter: neighbors helped them make the discovery of the third victim. behind me, there's more activity that's happening here. this is such a large area that the scene covers at 6th and perth streets in the spring garden neighborhood. it's a city housing complex. you see investigators are once again going door to door interviewing people as to what they heard, what they saw. when police first arrived early this morning, they found two victims, two men who were injured, but they were alive. then nearly an hour later, neighbors told police that they had found a third victim in a bush, and that person had been killed. so very early on, police had their hands full when they initially arrived to this scene. again, at the 600 block of north perth street. they found two men who had been shot several times. those men are right now being treated at the hospital. then they were canvassing the area, and about 45 minutes later
i'm told, neighbors came up and said, we have found a third victim, a man whose body is in the bushes. that man had been killed in the shooting. the investigation went into a homicide investigation. central detectives were out here. they were joined by homicide detectives. pretty extensive crime scene here. as for the victim, police iran yet ready to release -- police are not yet ready to release the name and age of the victim. i have spoken to people off camera who tell me they know the man, and this news is going to really hit the community very hard. we'll see you in the next hour with an update as to the search for the suspect. live in spring garden, katy zachry, nbc10 news. 5:03. breaking news in chester county. a man wanted for shooting his ex-girlfriend's mother has been found dead. his body was in a car in a wawa parking lot in schuylkill expressway. craig feldman was wanted for attempted murder in the shooting that police say was revenge for the breakup. police are not talking about how
he died, but matt delucia is gathering new details and will bring us a live report in the next half hour. 5:04. nfl players, coaches, and owners brought their show of unity and message of equality to monday night football. the cowboys put a new spin on the national anthem protests last night by kneeling before the national anthem and standing during it. the players and owner jerry jones still drew boos from the crowd. and chicky's and pete's in south philadelphia, the national anthem topic was the topic of conversation. >> they might not agree with guys taking the knee, but that's what america is all about. being able to take that knee. >> i'm dead serious what i'm saying. i hated it. >> because of the kneeling and the comments by the president, people are more open to talk about things. >> friday, president trump suggested that nfl players who protest during the national anthem should be fired. jordin sparks who performed made a message on stage.
on her hand, two bible verses -- "speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves for the rights of all those who are destitute" and "speak up and judge fairly, defend the rights of the poor and needy." new this morning, this pittsburgh steeler who stood during the national anthem on sunday says he now regrets it. alejandro villanueva, an army veteran who was the only steeler to come out of the tunnel for the pregame national anthem, says he's embarrassed for quite unintentionally showed up teammates who stayed behind. he said he knew his team would have stood with him had they known what he planned to do. the steelers' quarterback, ben roethlisberg roethlisberger, said it was a flag or something off the field that kept them from joining their teammate. the jersey has been the highest selling jersey since the game on sunday. we know you have a opinion on the national anthem protests. go to our facebook pang and join the conversation -- facebook page and join the conversation. to a developing story -- it looks as if the republicans'
latest effort to repeal obamacare will fall short. maine senator susan collins bead the crucial third gop member to reject the graham-cassidy bill. she joined rand paul and john mccain in announcing that they would vote no, leaving the gop one vote short of the 50 needed to pass. jimmy kimmel thanked senator nature -- senator mccain. >> senator mccain rode in and said he could not support lindsey graham even though it -- support graham-cassidy even though it was co-written by one of his closest friends, lindsey graham. do you know how many times i pre-end to like something my friends do? >> the issue is personal to kimmel because his son was born with congenital heart defect. [ chants ] police arrested nearly 200 people protesting the bill in
the capitol. police removed demonstrators, even dragging people in wheelchairs from a hearing. in philadelphia's northern liberties neighborhood, investigators are looking into a fire that heavily damaged an apartment building. here's a look at the scene from sky force 10. the building is at the corner of 5th and girard. crews brought it quickly under control in about an hour. nobody was hurt. today we'll get an update on the investigation into questionable spending by a nonprofit run by the city of philadelphia. the mayor's fund gives out private donations for city projects. the city controller is looking at more than $200,000 in charges on credit cards and other activities. more than 200 new jobs will be available soon at parks casino in bucks county. part of a major expansion that's expected to open this winter. the expansion will feature two new restaurants, an exclusive poker room, live entertainment venue known as the exciter center. there will be a day-long job fair tomorrow at the parks east complex on street road.
the casino says with the new jobs it should be the biggest employer in bucks county. eagles' running back darren sproles is injured and out for the season. he had said he may retire at the age of 34. last night he tweeted, "the comeback will be real, so stay tuned." sproles broke his arm and tore his acl on this play. he managed to walk off the field under his own power. the head coach said the birds will miss sproles' versatility. and eagles' quarterback carson wentz tweeted, "everybody be praying for my man, darren sproles." let's start with a look at our weather setup. we've been talking about this day after day. a dome of high pressure over us. nothing coming in, no storms, cooler air, nothing like that. the bubble is starting to weaken
a bit. about to pop. we're looking at high pressure, warm conditions. the big ridge that was in place is starting to weaken. today still warm conditions. but not quite as hot as yesterday. we're also looking at now scattered clouds north and west. a little more cloud coverage over some of our southern zones. these are the subtle changes we'll start to notice as moisture is pushed our way from hurricane maria. let's talk temperatures with the sky conditions. our neighborhood planner, 7:00 a.m., 68 in philadelphia. as we go into the afternoon, about 3:00, we should be at 84 degrees. i think that some spots will still make it more to the mid to upper 80s for highs in philly. most of our temperatures over the last several days have been running hotter than the computer models have been indicating. so when a model says 83, 84, i'm thinking more 86, 87 for highs. in the suburbs, temperatures get to about the mid 80s. a nice look at 3:00 p.m., 83. the lehigh valley, 83, as well, with a mix of clouds and sunshine out there.
delaware, 66 to start. 83 at 3:00 p.m. an isolated shower over southern delaware into this afternoon. in new jersey, 65 to 82. 11:00 a.m. at the jersey shore, 72 degrees. we will make it to the mid to upper 70s again this afternoon. as for our wind forecast, this will be something to watch over the next couple of days. down at our coastal points, it will start to get more breezy today. winds tone 15 miles per hour -- winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. rehoboth beach, winds from the northeast. lighter winds farther north. as we go wednesday into thursday, many of us will see breezy conditions, thanks to hurricane maria. coming up in a few minutes, we'll talk more about those local impacts. we'll also look more closely at your weekend forecast. >> thank you. 5:10 on this tuesday. let's get another check on 76 and that construction on route 202. >> nbc10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has been watching that. this is one of the biggest
problems now since it's still early, a construction project. every once in a while, they take out a lane, and it's a parking lot. right now, everything's moving. the westbound schuylkill at 202. you see we're losing the right two lanes and shoulder. one car going through the area. again, that's the westbound side of the schuylkill expressway. backup toward it is not that bad. watching the p.a. turnpike, westbound, a 22-minute trip. speeds also into the 60s. we're still watching this obstruction in abington, meadowbrook around washington lane. now i'll end over in new jersey on 76, around market street. now it looks like they've turned the camera around a bit. this is the northbound side. typically on the other side. here this is the northbound side, what's moving toward philadelphia. right before the walt whitman bridge over heading to kam ingio 676. hurricane help. how local groups are scrambling to provide relief to storm victims still in the dark. at 5:11, help from the ceo of facebook.
damage and human suffering from hurricanes harvey, jose, and maria are stretching relief organizations to the limit. the call went out for a day of giving. yesterday's day of giving in chester, delaware county, helped to answer the call. you're looking at the outpouring of donations at city hall. the supplies will go to people in texas displaced along with supplies from philadelphia and wilmington. fred green, a liaison, will help make the delivery tomorrow in a truck. >> we want to go straight into those neighborhoods that are not getting the necessary help that they deserve. i'm looking forward to seeing
smiles on families's's faces when we -- families' faces when we deliver a package or box to their house. >> the day of giving will take pressure off the salvation army and other charity organizations that have been working nonstop for weeks now. we're learning more about a top-secret visit to our area by facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. he's been spotted ordering cheesesteaks at pat's and dining at iron hill. he wasn't just here to eat. he was in delaware discussing how the social network could help others respond to natural disaste disasters. ly he posted on his page after meeting with governor carney. they were told the meeting had to be kept secret or wouldn't happen. he outlined three ways the social media can help -- safety check tool, communities helps, matching veerchs wiolunteers wi who need help, and fund-raising tools to raise money for nonprofits simply by posting and tagging organizations. >> very nice to see mark zuckerberg at pat's.
sometimes when i go, i take the admiral wilson. >> that's why they pay him the big bucks. in camden, the ben franklin bridge is here. you might use that sometimes. you can if you wanting to to pat's. i don't know, they open now? >> yes. >> would they be open? >> yes. >> wow. get a cheesesteak at 5:00 a.m. i guess there's some audience there. headed through camden, new jersey, and into philadelphia, no big problems. there's an obstruction in abington. watch on meadowbrook road at washington lane. and still watching the schuylkill expressway, this construction project that's still on the westbound side approaching 202. and over into the right-hand shoulder, we're losing a few lanes. you see there's no traffic moving through. that's because it's only in the 5:00 hour, it's still early to start to see any big problems or delays there. 202, the drive looks good. route 202 north and south from route 30 to the schuylkill,
speeds in the 60s and a ten-minute trip. back to you. >> thank you. 5:18. boy, still going to feel like summer. >> right? >> yeah, we'll wait for the fall temperatures. krystal klei tells us how long we'll wait with the most accurate weather forecast. the silver lining is we won't make it to the 90s, but mid to upper 80s. current conditions first, then we'll talk about the warm. most of us have just fine visibility. if you are near spots near atlantic city, the jersey shore, visibility has dropped quite a bit due to patchy fog. one-mile visibility now at the airport. at the radar and satellite view, we have clouds in place. this is different from the last handful of days. some moisture from hurricane maria is spreading our direction. it has been very warm the last few days. we've been in the 90s for two of them. making it 26 days we've seen 90 and above if 2017. we will shea -- above in 2017.
we will stay short of that. yesterday, a close call. today, 86 in center city and summerton. mid 80s for the lehigh valley, easton up to 87. in new jersey, voorheis at 83. mid to upper 70s at the jersey shore. an isolated shower is possible in delaware, particularly southern delaware, i believe. 80 the temperature in smyrna. going to feel the effects of the cooler air if you are farther south. we'll look at the next four days. if you're not a fan of this warm weather, two more days of it. today, tomorrow, mid to upper 80s. then upper 70s thursday, and ah, by friday, it will feel like fall. mid 70s in philadelphia. an isolated shower tuesday or wednesday in delaware. isolated shower wednesday in parts of the jersey shore. and in allentown, the drop to 73 by friday. really going to feel some of the fall changes as we proceed into the next few days. hurricane maria, winds at 75 miles per hour.
barely a category-1 hurricane. the track update looks to still stay to the east of the outer banks through wednesday. then a weekend with a tropical storm as it hooks right and moves out. it is hooking to the right because cooler air will dip in and push it out of the way. that brings us to fall. we'll talk about that with the ten day on 10 in the next half hour. >> thank you. prepare your tissues, why the flu is set to be the worst this season in years. and what's sending your allergies into overdrive. and new right now, recall for a potentially devastating safety hazard. what parents need to know about the specific brand of strollers. and streaming in the sky, how you could soon watch netflix while flying at 36,000 feet in the air.
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is highly recommending an early shot. one doctor says he's stocking up to meet the demand from people who ordinarily wouldn't be bothered. >> i have many patients who tell me, i've never had the flu vaccine, i've never gotten sick. although that may be true, it is very beneficial that all patients do get the vaccine because it protects not only the patient but others around them and family members, as well. >> meantime, if you suffer from allergies, a perfect storm of ragweed and mold are creating a bad allergy season. blame it on the warmer weather. mold spores could still be swirling in the air as late as october and november. experts say even if you're not allergic to mold, there's so much in the air, you could have a reaction anyway. and new this morning, a warning for parents. thousands of jogging strollers are being recalled because your child could fall out. j is for jeep brand strollers are made by delta. the company has had four reports of a stroller leg bracket
breaking. one child was hurt. contact delta for a free repair. also new, twitter says it will soon clarify its rules when it comes to president trump's tweets. twitter's rules include a ban on threats of violence. the social media company says the president's tweet warning north korea won't be around much longer did not violate its term of service. the white house says the president's tweets are considered official statements. 5:25. streaming in the sky. airlines are looking into bringing netflix to flights. landon dowdy with that story in the cnbc business news. good morning. hi, tracy. good tuesday to you. netflix will partner with airlines next year to provide them with its mobile streaming technology. the variety reports the move is part of an effort to get airlines to offer better in-flight wi-fi service. the reasoning is simple -- better the wi-fi, the more passengers can use it to stream netflix shows on planes instead of having to dlownload them
before they board. a check of the markets -- we look to rebound from yesterday's losses. the dow fell for a third straight session on investor jitters over raise rising extension between the u.s. and north korea. the nasdaq was dragged down by facebook which had its worst day of the year. back to you. >> landon dowdy with cnbc, thanks. 5:26. "nbc10 news today" following two breaking stories right now. first, shooting suspect found dead. investigators are trying to piece together the last days of a man they say shot his ex-girlfriend's mom for revenge. plus, one person is killed, two others hurt in an early morning shooting. where investigators found the body of the victim.
together his final moves. civil rights icon. the new statue is moving into center city. we'll tell you the history behind the addition. and fall photo shoots. new at 5:00, how to get most colorful family snapshots. >> a lot of families worked hard to make it pretty. welcome to "nbc10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. the weather, will it help them get nice pictures? right to meteorologist krystal klei with the most accurate weather forecast. if you real fall temperatures to make it feel like fall, it's noted to. still -- it's not today. still a different picture from the last several days in a row. we have scattered sun and clouds over the region. today some of us may be more on the side of mostly cloudy than mo