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let's get trite meteorologist krystal klei with the most accurate weather forecast in the region. >> we're looking at current temperatures out there now, and it's chilly for some of us. we're at 43 in mt. holly. vineland at 44. allentown, warmer, 47. 46 in coatesville now. some of us are in the 50s. that includes parts of delaware and philadelphia. 53 degrees. not fair -- water temperature looks a lot better off now at 68. better than our current temperatures do. here's the radar/satellite view. clear picture from north to south, east to west. nothing to track out there. clouds or rain this morning. it's going to be another clear picture once the sun comes up just a minute before 7:00 officially. philadelphia right now, we're at 53. we get about 55 at 8:00 a.m. 56 at 11:00 a.m. there's not a big warmup here through your morning hours. we will see those 70s return in the afternoon hours. we'll talk about how high the temperature goes today and how much warmer it gets in the days to come in just a few minutes.
now to jessica boyington. watching 95 around the philadelphia national airport. a disabled vehicle. looks like he has flashers on, to the right-hand shoulder. lanes are still getting by. it's not really messing with anything too much. but for most part, 95, everything's okay. here's a different spot on 95. from woodhaven moving toward center city, still moving toward the vine street expressway. a 13-minute trip there. speeds into the 60s. same goes for the northbound side. we're not really seeing any other problems on 95. 73 around 295 over in mt. laurel, everything looks good. you see not a lot of cars northbound and southbound at 73. horror on the strip. new details this morning about the investigation into the las vegas massacre. police say they found 23 weapons in the hotel room where that lone gunman shot an unsuspecting music festival crowd. they discovered another 19 guns at his home. investigators say that gunman, steven paddock, took his own life. he killed 59 and injured more
than 527. right now, some are still searching for their missing loved ones. new this morning, we have learned that a pennsylvania youth wrestling coach is among the missing. bill wolf of shippensburg elementary was at the concert. at a vigil, friends and family said he is missing and they don't know his condition. his wife who was with him, celebrating their anniversary, was not hurt. look at this -- a sign of the chaos when shots rang out. this is what the festival ground look like after the fans rushed for safety. >> nobody there deserved what happened. >> kindness is coming from tragedy. fundraiser for the victims of the shooting has raised nearly $3 million so far. nbc10's matt delucia joins us live from las vegas. this is a city in mourning. >> reporter: it is, vai. behind subcommittee where the festival ground are. i can see from my hotel room
where everything is as it was. the stage is up and lights are on. it is pretty much a ghost town. let me step out of the way first and show you that the crime scene is still here. just as it was a little more than 24 hours ago when this shooting happened. the police are still here. the pain and memory of what happened is still very heavy on the strip. >> we're saddened, and we're sorry. >> reporter: a somber vigil after bullets rained down on the las vegas strip. >> evil showed its face last night. but love is showing its face this morning. >> reporter: at least 59 killed and more than 500 wounded when 64-year-old stephen paddock used a hammer to break two windows in his suite at the mandalay bay hotel and began firing on a crowd of country music concertgoers. reloading again and again before turning it the gun on himself and s.w.a.t. teams closed in. paddock is described as a wealthy retiree who would travel to vegas to play high-stakes
poke erg, gambling more than $10,000 a day in recent weeks accord other to law enforcement. his -- according to law enforcement. his brother offered few clues. >> like an asteroid fell out of the sky. there's no -- there was nothing to say he would do this kind of things. >> reporter: among those killed, a tennessee man who was helping his wife to safety when he was shot, and a university student who coached his little brother's flag football team. survivors haunted by those they could not help. >> i would feel their pulse or grab their arm, and there was nothing. we would cover them with -- a lot of them were wearing cowboy hats, and we would cover them up and go to the next one. >> reporter: people enjoying a night of music and dancing plunged into a nightmare without warning. as we take another live look here on las vegas boulevard, the strip here, this is the south end of the strip in front of the luxor. this is still blocked off. police not letting any cars through this area.
this area still a crime scene. just a moment ago, you heard vai talk about people donating money, almost $3 million raised. people around here have also been donating food, water, blood, anything that they can do to help one another. for now, live in las vegas, matt delucia, nbc10 news. >> thank you. 5:05. tonight philadelphia will hold a memorial vigil for the victims and survivors of the massacre. governor wolf and mayor kenney will join anti-gun violence activists at thomas payne landing. we have firsthand accounts from people in our area who witnessed the deadliest shooting in modern u.s. history. first there's the concertgoer who ran from bullets that pelted the crowd. now happy to be back in her husband's arms. next, the man who took out his phone in the midst of the shooting to call his mother, telling her that he loved her as the gun surrounded him. -- gunfire surrounded him.
the gaming executive visiting with tens of thousands of others only to witness dozens of victims being rushed from the scene. this is what they all had to say about their experiences -- >> we're hiding like under the bar. like jumping behind the bar, trying to hide. like trying to not get hit by the bullets that you could hear going off. hear them over your head. and then we just ran. >> i called my mom, told her i loved her, i told her, i'm going to run, i'll be okay. >> it's terrifying to be running backwards, away from shots. >> this board lady next to me said -- it poor lady next to me said, i know my boyfriend's dead. i know it. sometimes on the way home, you start crying. >> the security guards were bringing wounded people who had come in the back door of the tropicana. bringing them out in office chairs just like carrying them instead of stretchers. >> i've never felt so lucky in my life to be safe and to be here. >> our live coverage continues throughout the morning.
matt delucia will be back at 5:30 this morning. the stories from the strip. we'll look at security here in philadelphia and tonight jacqueline london is live from las vegas with the latest on the investigation into what sparked the shooting. breaking news from the music world. rock legend tom petty has died. ♪ petty died overnight hours after suffering cardiac arrest at his home in malibu. reports started circulating earlier in the day that petty had passed away. he was still alive at the time. the 66-year-old was famous for classic rock hits like "free fallin," "refugee," and "american girl." he played at venues across our area for decades. his last performance was at the wells fargo center in july. let's talk about what you need to know before you head out. another chilly morning.
temperatures around the 40s and 50s this morning. you might want the light jacket. sunrise at 6:39. we'll see more of the bright sunlight peeking on the horizon. at 7:00 p.m., sunny. conditions similar to yesterday. yesterday, high of 75 in philadelphia. nearly the same today. plenty of sunshine and still dry days ahead. in fact, for some of us, a good handful of days before rain is even a thought for the forecast. neighborhood planner for us, 7:00 a.m., 52 degrees. in philadelphia, look at the rise up to 73 by 3:00. capping out at 76 in philly. 65 by 11:00 a.m. then 70s in the afternoon. lehigh valley low to mid 70s for highs. about 71 degrees and sunny around 3:00. delaware, looking at a temperature of 48 this morning.
new jersey, 46. kind of the chilly start i mentioned. upper 60s by 11:00 a.m. low 70s by 3:00. both locations should see mid 70s. 56 at the jersey shore, upper 60s by 3:00. a few spots making it to 70. and our forecast, not terribly strong. five to ten miles per hour. coming in from the southeast, in the days to come, we will see rain chances return and the winds pick up. i'll let you know when that happens coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. 5:09. we'll get you to work with a check of the vine street expressway. >> jessica boyington filling us in on that. open now. >> reporter: >> yeah. we were watching it earlier where we were closed in both directions eastbound and westbound in between broad and the schuylkill expressway. now we're back in business within the last 20 minutes or so. a little ahead of schedule, too. watching the vine now at 24th, westbound toward the schuylkill. here is coming from the eastbound side. moving toward 95, you'll have no problems now. we're not seeing any delays or
backups so far. on the blue route, too, watching this for a 15-minute drive time in both directions. it looks the same pretty much on the northbound and southbound side from 95 to the schuylkill. speeds into the 60s there, too. we're still ahead of the curve where we see any big delays or problems. and also watching 76 in jersey around gloucester city at market street. here it is moving southbound. here is moving northbound. what is headed toward the walt whitman bridge before you split off or go to 676 moving through camden. no problems there so far. i'll have updates for the rest of the morning. i'm be back in ten. 5:10ment ceo in the hot seat. the former head of equifax will be forced to answer questions about a messy data breach. and a kosovo fconference fo. a conference featuring influential women and it could slow your commute. and keeping you safe in the aftermath of the las vegas massacre. philadelphia police run down the security measures they take to prevent a tragedy. ♪
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5:15. to the latest on the las vegas massacre. hours ago, police found more guns in the shooter's hotel room, 23 in owl. >> the associate ed -- in all. >> the associated press reports two were modified to make them fully automatic. police found several thousand rounds of ammo and explosives. this morning the death toll is at 59. more than 520 rlths inju 0 othe from the mooass shooting. president trump will visit las vegas tomorrow. today former first lady michelle obama will be in pennsylvania for the conference for women. septa is warning the soldout event could slow your morning commute. a live look at the glenside train station, one of the regional train stations where septa is expecting higher than normal ridership. >> and pamela osborne with more from the convention center where the conference is being held. what should commuters do to be
prepared for this? >> reporter: if you normally take septa, you already know the drimp you're going to want -- the drill. you're going to want to allow yourself plenty of extra time to get to where you need to know. if you're a new rider taking septa, purchase roundtrip tickets in events. the passenger surge is expected for the morning and evening rush as the city hosts the pennsylvania conference for women today at the convention center. among those in attendance, former first lady michelle obama. she will be participating in what's being called a conversation with michelle obama. that will happen around 1:30 this afternoon. again, the sellout crowd sitting at about 10,000 people. so expect some delays and allow yourself extra time to get around today on the regional rail. reporting live in center city, pamela osborne, nbc10 news. speaking of getting around, let's talk about your morning commute if you're heading out early. 5:15. >> let's check in with jessica boyington and the blue route.
>> the blue route around the germantown pike on ramp. so far, so good. both directions are okay. here is southbound, here is northbound. that's what's moving up toward the mid county tolls there. and we're not seeing any problems or delays so far. not too far away here, the p.a. turnpike looks okay, too. westbound and eastbound, 22 minutes in both directions from route 1 to valley forge. speeds into the 60s. high 60s on the eastbound side. a little quicker there. also watching in new jersey, here's cherry hill. route 70 around kings highway. both directions, eastbound and westbound, currently dealing with no problems. roads are dry. back to you. >> all right. thank you. 16 minutes past 5:00 a.m. took a while to get the feel of fall out of the summer. >> yeah. >> now we're in fall. >> yeah, you feel it when you walk out, but it warmed up nicely yesterday. i think it will do about the same today. krystal klei has the most accurate weather forecast. >> that's right. like the beginning of fall. you've got the chill in the morning, but in the afternoon, a little bit warm. that's what we'll see today with temperatures shifting from 40s to 70s in the afternoon.
look at the live view outside, penn's landing. still a dark picture. in fact, still going to be a while before we see sunrise. sun rises at 6:59 this morning. the philadelphia neighborhood temperatures dropping in a second. the wide view, check that out. spots in the pennsylvania suburbs have dropped into the upper 30s. 47 degrees in the lehigh valley. at 45 in the jersey shore locations. then 53 officially down in philadelphia. the spread is a little more wide. 47 andora. manayunk, 49. look at this -- we're at 59 in pen penn's port, 58 in port richmond. a wide range across the philly neighborhoods. on the radar and satellite view, clear out there. no rain or clouds. just like yesterday, blue sky overhead. i was out yesterday walking my dog. it was nice. you don't need a jacket really. weather setup, this is why you don't need the jacket. this big blob of yellow you see over the screen, that's the ridge of high pressure that's built in. all you need to know is like i've talked about before. there's a bubble over us that's
not going to let stormy weather in. not letting much clouds in. bright and sunny. temperatures will rise, what we'll see the next several days. temperatures climbing up and up, pulling us back away from the fall feel and returning us into the more summer-like feel. not quite yet, though. 76 for us in center city today. not bad. 74 in summerton. you see low to mid 70s over the pennsylvania suburbs. that's the same for the lehigh valley. at the jersey shore, right near 70 degrees. in new jersey and delaware, low to mid 70s for highs today. the beach, cooler at 69. here's the hour by hour. clear to start, 5:00 a.m. there you go through the afternoon. by 6:30. maybe a few high clouds. really that's about it. and those highs, that's what i was talking about. philadelphia, yesterday, 75. today, 76. we're picking up quite a bit. look at that -- up to 82 by thursday. the 80s, they even last into the weekend. we'll talk about that with the ten day on 10 in the next half hour. >> thank you.
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now to the latest on the las vegas massacre. investigators say the shooter, stephen paddock, had a total of 42 firearms in his hotel room at the mandalay bay and at his home in nevada. this morning the number of dead remains at 59. more than 520 others are injured. we've learned that one of the victims is a youth wrestling coach from shippensburg, pennsylvania. his friends and family say that he is missing, and they don't know his condition.
in the hot seat. millions of outraged americans could get answers as the former ceo of equifax answers questions on capitol hill about the massive data breach. landon dowdy has more in the cnbc business news. good morning. hey there, good morning. that's right. the former ceo of equifax will face lawmakers on capitol hill today over the credit bureau's massive data breach. the company says an independent review has boosted the number of potentially affected consumers to now more than 145 million people. richard smith will tell congress the u.s. government alerted equifax about security issues in march, but the company did nothing. back to you. >> some people are already thinking about holiday shopping. there's a new forecast on how much they'll be spending. let's talk about that. >> reporter: yes. this is quite the shocker. there's no scrooge this year, for sure. a new report suggests it could be a merry holiday shopping season. pwc says that fewer job cuts and
rising wages are giving people confidence to spent on gifts and trips and experiences such as dining out. the average american is expected to spend about $1,200 during the holiday season. that is up 6% from last year. and listen to this -- nearly 90% of people say they plan to buy items in stores versus on line. ous, a check of the markets on wall street. it could be set to test new heights today. the dow, nasdaq, and s&p 500 closing at record levels yesterday. stocks may have been driven by economic data showing that u.s. manufacturing growth was at the highest level since 2004. back to you. >> landon toss-dowdy, thanks. 5:24. city in mourning. investigators find an arsenal as they work to discover the motive behind the deadliest mass shooting in history. stories of sacrifice. new details about a man who chose to save his life by risking -- his wife by risk says his own life. we're talking dry, sunny,
and warming up. we'll look at how high the temperatures go throughout the workweek, how long we might be in the 80s coming up. here's a live look at boathouse row. lit up nicely. sunrise not until 6:59. everyone, we're watching out in hamilton township now, 295 and sloan avenue. no problems so far. we're approaching that time. i'll be here to bring you updates.
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legend tom petty dies. ♪ coming up on 5:30. good morning. welcome to "nbc10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm via sikahema. it's a cool start as you see. 53 degrees. it's going to warm up nicely. a great day. we'll get right to meteorologist krystal klei and most accurate weather forecast. >> yeah. it's going to be a nice day ahead of us. chilly morning, then a mild afternoon. this is almost the same forecast as yesterday. we've got that blue sky overhead and temperatures making their way into the mid 70s. question is, will we make it to summer? looking like. low 80s return to the forecast tomorrow. they hold on for a good handful of days. tracking on into the weekend. there's a dry spell, as well, over us. no rain for several days for most of our neighborhoods. the northern edge of the viewing area could see sprinkles by the end of the workweek. the chance of rain doesn't return until the end of the weekend. if you like the dry, sunny conditions, you've got it.
the temperatures now, 53 in philadelphia, over 45 in atlantic city. 44 in millville. 43 in pottstown. 47 in allentown. mt. holly, low 40s, as well. wouldn't be surprised if amongst the numbers we see a few upper 30s. a chilly start but a mild afternoon moving forward. we'll talk about the afternoon coming up neighborhood by neighborhood in a few minutes. now to jessica boyington. quiet on the roads. showing that on the schuylkill expressway around girard avenue. our camera is here, here is eastbound. this is the drive time that's up. 12 minutes eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. speeds still up and into the 60s. westbound toward king of prussia, no problems. the earlier construction is cleared, too. checking in with new jersey, we looked at 295 a few minutes ago. still clear on the entire stretch north and south. turnpike looks good. the 42 freeway not seeing problems northbound into philly. mass transit all on or close to