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right now on nbc 10 news today, deadly hit-and-run. a driver runs down a woman and on going. now police are looking for the person responsible. >> murder mystery. a gruesome find for a person who came out of their house to find a man shot to death. the clues police had in the case. after the snow here is a live look now over philadelphia just a few minutes before sun rise. take it easy. drivers who see slick spots on the roads.
>> i had the brakes on. >> got to be careful. >> good morning. i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm dray clark. thanks for being with us again. people are cleaning up and people saw the highest snowfalls in the yeah. this was the scene last night. we're off to a slippery start because of a leftover mess. that should help the streets. steve sosna is tracking the conditions. good morning, dray and rosemary. this is not a time you want to set a pr heading to your destination. give yourself the extra time. you're going to have to brush it off and then give yourself extra time. road crews have done an excellent job with the main
roadways. the back roads are tough. first alert through 10:00 a.m. and no national weather service advisory but we continued the alert because of the slippery spots on the back roads, the sidewalks, all those areas that may not have the attention given to the main roads. conditions get better everywhere throughout the course of the. a gorgeous one at that. morning black ice but with the sunshine. the hats, the gloves, the scarfing, the earmuffs because it will stay cold and don't wear your good shoes out today. a lot of slush and snow around. more snow on the way. >> thank you, steve. drivers will need to be extra cautious heading out this morning. this is a live look at i-95 in
south philadelphia. smooth going for the most part. that helped prevent a lot of accidents yesterday and this morning. temperatures are making for slick roads and spots of black ice this morning. slow down. we'll get to that camera shot in a moment. a little bit of sunshine, a very different picture. in terms of speed predictions happening on the ben franklin bridge, the betsy ross. lauren mayk in the manayunk neighborhood.
>> reporter: we're right in front of st. john the baptist roman catholic church. really get the ice off of the steps and it is the ice that you want to be looking out for today. even as you are getting to church, as getting to your car. we talked to a woman who was trying to get to work and she told us what it was like just getting to her car. >> pretty dangerous. i was trying to sidestep and notice where the ice was. i guess be careful. >> reporter: did you slip at all? >> i fell three times. >> reporter: the ice she had to get off her car. she got up about 20 minutes
early today to make sure she had time to sort of gingerly make it down this hill here. that's the thing you need to prepare for today. you can go very, very slowly. live in manayunk, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. philadelphia police are looking for the driver who hit a woman in the middle of a kensington street and kept on going. it happened on frankfurt avenue around 2:00 this morning. police are looking for a gray or silver model f-150 pickup truck checking surveillance cameras to see if the driver was caught on video. police are trying to find the motive of a murder. investigators say someone came out of a house just after 12:30 this morning and found the man shot to death.
7:05 right now on this sunday. to a developing story. a deadly shooting. the trooper pulled over this car early yesterday morning. three teenagers were inside. the 16-year-old died. the 18-year-old driver was hit in the head. he was treated at the hospital and released. a teenager in the back seat was not hurt. the trooper was uninjured. now to those devastating wildfires in california. this is the latest to break out. firefighters did get control of this one rather quickly and are now watching hot spots. still battling six major fires in southern california.
the santa ana winds will pick up today. about 1,000 buildings have been destroyed in the wind-whipped flames and many families whose homes were spared are feeling survivor's guilt. >> my neighbors are not. >> you see us, we're very grateful. >> bringing in the big guns to help drop water on the flames. and the department of defense activated about 1,300 members of the california national guard to help contain wildfires. 7:07 right now. coming up day of rage, scenes from another round of violent protests following president trump's controversial decision about the capital of israel. the septa spirit. still ahead the holiday tradition in transit. and in or out, questions
with that here are the snow amounts. 6.8 inches. 5 inin exton. wynnewood 4.8. lansdowne 4.9 inches. skippack 4.2. this is broad street in philadelphia. aok. some of the secondary side streets not so much. the roads weren't treated and with that you'll have slippery conditions. for my friends right along 295, 28 in turnerville right now. 26 in hamilton square. single digit wind chills. it feels like 19 in philadelphia and breaking down the day today temperatures in the lower to middle 30s. temperatures above freezing so
we'll start thing and that's when the first alert ends. as we head through tonight we'll have to watch out for the refreeze. more on the potential for more snow and a bitter blast coming up on your ten day on 10 and that's next. thank you, steve. coming up, fast start for the flu. what experts are saying about this flu season so far and what's likely to come in the weeks ahead. plus, legal battle. why charlie sheen is taking on "the national enquirer."
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palestinian day of rage following president trump's announcement. new video shows a protest near the embassy in lebanon today. they set fires and threw things towards lebanese security forces firing tear gas and water cannons. actor sheen claims the tabloid alleged by quoting another actor that sheen sexually assaulted an actor who died. they appeared in a movie in the '80s. sheen called the allegations ridiculous and disgusting. the owners of the enquirer. this week a new facebook app launch that is stirring up the very topic. >> reporter: wherever there's a
kid, chances are there's a mobile device close by. they cater to younger users. >> there's a lot of app that is have content for kids. the biggest company to come out and target this demographic for something like a communication app. >> reporter: it's called messenger kid for 6-12 year olds. it connects to the parent's facebook account controlling who they can talk to and monitor conversations. the response has been mixed. >> lot of people are uncomfortable with people reaching out. >> reporter: social media sites including facebook have an age restriction but that's hard to enforce. 7.5 million users are children under that age. >> someone will start building
these products. we think we can do it in a way. >> reporter: messenger will not have data for marketing purposes. the can still make money down the line. >> people are uncomfortable but i think over time facebook will not be the only one. we'll see more of this. >> reporter: a race to be the training wheels of social media. this week begins the busiest time for the u.s. postal service. they expect to deliver more than 15 billion pieces of mail. package deliver is up 10% from the same time last year. military members will be treated to a day of fun. the resort is launching its first annual camel back giveback eve event. nearly 400 will enjoy a day of splashing around in the indoor water park.
they want to thank those who help others during the year. i'm first alert meteorologist steve sosna. we'll continue with the cold here for much of the upcoming week. we have some natural stuff up there as of now. through about 10:00 this morning. everything is wet and slushy later on today. the hat, the gloves, the scarf, the earmuffs you'll need this afternoon. it's going to be very sloppy
with this freeze/thaw cycle going on. south jersey, how much snow did you get? 5.7 in ewing. west cape may 5 for you. camden county, cherry hill 5 inches. glass borrow 4 inches. mays landing 4. lumberton 4 inches. atlantic city, you got 3 inches of snow. at philadelphia international airport yesterday we picked up 4.1. that was enough to break a daily record. the old record was 2.9 set in 1942. we did it yesterday in 2017. a live look where flight traffic is moving slower here today. because your flight might be okay in terms of the weather in philadelphia, other locations had some slippery stuff as well.
4 in mt. pocono. 19 in philadelphia. 24 in wildwood. it feels like 11 in lancaster. if you want good news for travel today, there's a whole lot of snow out there. there may be a few flurries in the poconos but another system is on the way for tuesday. from new jersey all the way down to what you need to know in terms of tuesday. just in time for the commute. slippery spots north and west of i-95. on wednesday give yourself extra time to dress in layers. it's going to feel like the teens all day long. it's a bitter blast of cold that lasts through thursday and we rebound to next weekend back into the 40s. >> the first snow started out lightly.
in philadelphia people were hard at work scraping snow with shovels and wiping the flakes off their cars. a steady snowfall kept the sidewalks covered for most of the day. eagles warmed up, ready to go for the rams later on. many fans joined them. >> eagles! >> members of eagles nation are hoping to turn l.a. coliseum into lincoln financial field west. the eagles could clinch the nfc east even before taking the field today if dallas loses to the giants. we'll be watching. coming up, the unconventional
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7:25 on this sunday. a check of what's happening this week in business. cnbc's dominick chu has a preview. >> reporter: the federal reserve is expected to raise interest rates on wednesday. rates on many car loans, credit cards and mortgages are tied for the so-called fed fund rate. a small increase in the cost of borrowing money. speaking of rising costs, the latest reads on inflation are also due out. the producer price index on tuesday followed by the consumer price index on wednesday. and finally, star wars the last
jedi is set to storm theaters, expected to pull in $2 million. that would be one of the strongest domestic openings ever but not enough to top star wars the force awakens and the $247 million that movie grossed in 2015. get all your business news on cnbc. happening today it's your chance to see the most festive buss es in septa's fleet. they have been working to decorate. this is a winter tradition at septa where employees let their creative juices flow, mesh with the spirit of the season. you can see the buses from eight city districts today from 10:00 until 3:00 p.m. well, after yesterday's snow there could be some slick spots out there this morning. lauren mayk is live where the narrow side streets are usually the last to get cleared.
lauren? >> reporter: rosemary and dray, as you head this morning and head to your car to clear things off, what you need to be keeping an eye out for. bundle up, temperatures feeling like the single digits and teens on this sunday morning. i'll walk you through the day ahead and break down the snow totals in your neighborhood. first a live look at the river rink looking good there.
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we'll have a preview of today's big game. good morning@f÷ welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." i'm dray clark. >> i'm rosemary connors. this morning you may run into some slick parts on the side vets. this is a live look at the center city skyline. the sun came up 20 minutes ago that will help the melting. looking at the temperature mark, about 29 degrees outside. meteorologist steve sosna is tracking the conditions in your neighborhood. steve? >> and that 29 doesn't feel pleasant if you're clearing off your car because there is a breeze with that. we're continuing the first alert through 10:00 for the entire area. the reason why we had a lot of black ice, slippery road conditions on the back and secondary roadways and some of your cul-de-sacs, places like these that haven't had the
attention paid to them. look out for that here this morning. once we get the sunshine for another couple of hours it really will help melt the ice. one place we don't want the ice to melt is at the river rink and the conditions look good to keep that ice nice firm and intact. 27 in our philadelphia suburbs. 27 starting off the morning with sunshine down at the jersey shore. feels like temperatures are not here this morning. you do want to bundle up, dress in layers. you're out for more than 10 or 15 minutes this will wear you down. it feels like 4 in mt. pocono. sunshine. the blue numbers here you can see stay subfreezing through around lunch time today. upper 30s. we'll continue to melt the snow and slush around here today. unfortunately, if you don't like
snow, a few more chances ahead. i'll break that down in just a bit. thank you, steve. because of slick road conditions on the road, speed restrictions are now in place here on the ben franklin bridge. that's also the case on the commodore, betsy ross bridges. there are a lot of challenges with all those hills and narrow streets. good morning to you. >> reporter: they are already dealing with that. we noticed over at the church across the street here they were salting the sidewalk and those steps that you see there as well as the snow brushed off them. even when you do see that salt, don't be complacent. this has been salted and very slick. you see this is on an incline.
just because you see salt in an area doesn't mean that you're not going to find ice. you may see the fluffy snow and think no big deal. take a look at what's under here. this is solid ice under here and if you slip on something like that, that's going to take you right down. be careful. be aware there's stuff underneath. live in manayunk, i'm lauren mayk. nbc 10 news. to delaware county where two teams are recovering. someone fired from a moving car on west 12th street injuring a 15-year-old and 16-year-old on the street. police have not made any arrests in this case. police in chester are investigating another shooting that happened just last night.
gunfire hit two men. medics took both victims to the hospital. one is in serious condition. somebody shot a woman as she was getting out of her car on brown street. she is in good condition. >> we now have pictures from police someone they're questioning for in a supermarket smoke becoming. thick smoke filled the shop rite. authorities called in the bomb squad and evacuated customers. a two-hour investigation. this man on the run after a bank robbery in northeast philly. he is carrying a rifle and a duffel bag and demanded money. he took off after getting an
undised amount of cash. this morning the cdc is warning that the flu season is off to a rough start. it's going to get worse as families spend time together. the flu shot may only be 10% effective. that doesn't mean you shouldn't bother getting the shot. >> we could get a lot of protection. everyone should be getting it. >> those over 65 should get a special version. >> you have until friday to enroll obamacare. people say there's a lot of confusion due to slashing of funds.
an estimated 3.6 million americans have signed up. and the number is expected to rise when they reenroll people in the program. there's a catch. >> for people who don't shop on their own there's a good chance premiums are so weird you might get assigned to a plan that's not the best deal for you. >> experts warn as the deadline looms it may be a crush at signup centers if you go to ask for help. your time now 7:36 on this sunday morning. and coming up, pop warner powerhouse. two local football teams bring home serious hardware. plus, back in time, how colonial re-enactors are getting ready for historical tradition in bucks county.
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traffic moving along slower as there are residual slushy spots. our snow tracker radar is not detecting anything out there now. there are a couple flurries. don't be surprised to see a few snowflakes. i don't think many make it into our area. clouds and sunshine. our next storm of consequence is on the board. made landfall in the pacific northwest. a chance of rain and snow. one of the winners in berks county. neffs 7 1/2 inches. nazareth, you got 6 1/2 inches of snow. allentown 6 inches of snow. this is really the big story this morning the slippery spots and how frigid it feels.
it's only going to get colder here as we head into the middle of the week. if you want to see snow totals, our web team has been doing a fantastic job. we have them all listed on nbc philadelphia.com or download the app that's free. your ten day on 10 is up next. chuck todd joins us to talk politics and preview "meet the press." the russia investigation and tuesday's senate vote in alabama. >> president trump's role in the highly watched race of the controversial candidate roy moore.
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7:44 on this sunday. our nbc 10 headlines. police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a woman this kensington. it happened here on frankfurt avenue right around 2:00 this morning. police looking for an older gray or silver model f-150 pickup truck. out west the santa ana winds are expected to pick up again today in southern california making conditions difficult for firefighters. six major wildfires are burning in ventura county. so far about 1,000 homes and businesses have been devoid. crews say they expect to be on
the fire lines until christmas. the eagles are looking to get back to their winning ways against the rams playing the rams in los angeles today for the first time in 27 years. >> the eagles are expected to play the rams later today without one of theirest weapons on offense, zach ertz. the birds' starting tight end is listed as questionable, out on the concussion protocol after a head injury in seattle last week. he's expected to is the out. if he does celek and burton would split plays at tight end. and certainly count on us to get you ready for the eagles/rams matchup starting at 9:30 with "gameday kickoff" followed by eagles game plan here on nbc 10 the official station of the philadelphia eagles. the philadelphia 76ers are waiting to find out how bad the injury is to robert covington. he tried to save a loose ball. his teammates helped him off of
the court. reports say he had his lower back looked at in the trainers room. the cavaliers beat the 76ers. covington led with 19 points last night. now here's the rest -- go head. some more sports we'll talk about some philadelphia pop warner football teams. two of them now super bowl champs. the aztecs won the junior varsity title in florida by shutting out the raleigh bulldogs 28-0. an emotional year for the team who deaded the season to coach wayne allen who died suddenly in february. your division 1 champions are the raiders beating the pompano chiefs 31-12 finishing a perfect 14-0. this is the team's fourth straight year. college football now. sooners quarterback baker mayfield is your heisman trophy winner. he has quite a back story and
was a walk-on at another school before transferring. mayfield led the sooners to a 12-1 record and the college football playoffs. penn state running back saquon barkley finished fourth. it's a dress rehearsal for holiday tradition. re-enactors will do a dry run of george washington's crossing of the delaware river in 1776. it gets under way at 10:00. the annual re-enactment is set for christmas day. all aboard for flights to the north pole and the lehigh valley. 20 families impacted boarded the flight. santa and mrs. claus will greet the passengers. i'm first alert meteorologist steve sosna. we'll get a piece of some air from the north pole coming up
from the middle of the week. first we have some snow to deal with, don't we? a live look from our comcast center tower looking to the south and east. the row homes of south philadelphia are painted in white. you see the emissions from the reries and a bright start. we savor each ounce of sunshine these days, the shortest days of the year as the winter solstice approaches. temperatures, 17 right now. 25 in philadelphia suburbs. 29 in center city. 28 in south jersey. right down to atlantic city where you're dealing with temperatures in the upper 20s to lower 30s. take a look at temperatures if you're out enjoying the snow, maybe out on the beach with the dogs it's a cold morning. 34 in stone harbor. the courthouse and cape may 32 degrees. and 30 degrees in interior cape may county. this is what you can expect with the temperatures for the
upcoming weeks. not too bad in the upweeks. 41 tomorrow. 44 on tuesday. all below our average high of 47 but the reason that's not so bad, 28 degrees on wednesday. that comes packaged with numbing wind chills. radar picture right now we have a few flurries flying up through the higher elevations of new york and pennsylvania right now. snow cover is widespread across the area. that will keep us refrigerated the next couple of days and keep our temperatures on the low side. feeling like 5 in mt. pocono. ouch. 7 in allentown. 19 in philadelphia. and the windchill late they are we later this week. after 10:00 this morning when the first alert ends we are looking at better conditions. let's get a look at the ten-day forecast because there's a lot of important things to talk about here. first the melting going on
today. make sure you have snow boots and snowshoes. the refreeze tonight, so a slippery morning commute, 41 tomorrow afternoon. tuesday, 44 with sol morning rain and snow showers. give yourself extra time to get to work especially in the northern and western suburbs, the lehigh valley. and then get ready for the cold. wednesday and thursday are your bitter days. we'll pull out of the cold later next week. talking politics now the u.s. senate race in alabama is coming down the wire and president trump is hoping his last-minute campaigning will boost the republican candidate embroiled in controversy. >> it is the top issue on "meet the press" for a preview is moderator chuck todd. chuck, good morning. >> good morning, dray. >> chuck, on tuesday alabama voters will elect their next senator. you were in mobile, alabama, earlier this week. what are people telling you about the race and the sexual
misconduct als against republican candidate roy moore? >> first, rosemary, i want to talk how unusual it is to be covering a campaign in the weekend and not have any excitement anywhere to be found. nobody wanted to talk about the race whether i had the camera on or off. they're that disgusted by it. they can't wait for it to be over. the crucial block of undecided voter here not excited about doug jones. they're not going to vote for him. they've never voted for a democrat in their adult lifetimes and won't. they are disgusted by roy moore. they do tend the believe the accusations against roy moore. they are looking for evidence to disprove them and they're searching for it. they're trying to decide whether they can stomach voting for him. and that's what i've concluded will be the key to this senate race, who shows up to vote. this is one of those unique
times the lower the turnout the better it is for the democrats because he's counting on those voters who are undecided about moore but not jones just not showing up. >> the russia investigation, president trump allies seem to be stepping up their campaign against robert mueller. we know mueller is not someone who scares easily. he's been very steadfast in his investigation. take us through this. >> well, look, we were talking about mike flynn flipping. it's not a coincidence that happens and immediately the president's allies ramp up the anti-mueller for any threat to prove bias, partisanship, anything to undermine the probe. what's the benefit of that? potentially it gives the president a rationale to fire mueller or the rationale to get
a different legal team that's more combative with mueller. be less cooperative with him. treat him as an opponent rather than an ethical legal figure to be respected. i think we'll only see this heat up more. a coming clash between the president and mueller is coming. the question is, is it an attempt at a firing, an attempt at curtailing? whatever it is, i have a feeling it will be incendiary. >> "meet the press" moderator chuck todd, thank you for being with us. >> chuck will sit down with bernie sanders and tim scott to discuss white house and congressional issues, russia investigation, the election in alabama, it comes your way at 10:30 right here nbc 10. police officers in ridley township are on a mission. only nbc 10 was there for their dry run to deliver toys to
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this year there's a special effort to make the shows sensory friendly with other communication differences. the nut cracker runs through new year's eve. a lot of holiday traditions finally starting to come to the forefront. always great memories. >> very, very inspiring. let's go outside where some talent is up in the co-nose. natural powder and man made. we're looking at 41 tomorrow. no issues there. refreezing tomorrow morning and more snow on tuesday morning. more on that. >> thank you, steve.
>> get out and vote for roy moore. >> powerful message to nations. >> a gender revolution. >> good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. 48 hours from now the polls will be open in alabama for the much discussed senate election between doug jones and republican roy moore. president trump going all out to support moore despite allegations of assault against him. extreme weather across the country with wind