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nbc 10 news starts now. right now on "nbc 10 news today," teaming up to take down trump. ted cruz and john kasich form an alliance to keep their fellow republican from securing the nomination. philadelphia is in the prime time spotlight ahead of tomorrow's primary. and president obama announces he's sending more troops to syria to fight isis. it's 6:00 a.m. 48 degrees outside. welcome to monday.
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good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> i'm vai sikahema. let's get right to nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley with the neighborhood forecast. bill, you'll be consistent through most of the neighborhoods with the weather. >> it will be nice and sunny for most of the neighborhoods, absolutely. a few scattered clouds at times. we're seeing that this morning. scattered clouds in jersey. the suburbs, plenty of sunshine to warm temperatures from the 40s to the 70s this afternoon. same story in delaware, cool to start with, 49 degrees. a look at the warmup. 9:00, 58 degrees, upper 60s by lunch time. sunshine with mostly clear skies to start with. we'll see a big warmup for philadelphia. 65 degrees. that's by 11:00 this morning. so stand by for warm afternoon to boost our temperatures, warmer than what we saw all weekend. 77 degrees for philadelphia. the cool spot will be south jersey at the shore. 62 degrees this afternoon. but you'll see lots of sunshine
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there, too. seven-day forecast, that's at the bottom of the screen. get a peek ahead of what's coming. does show showers for tomorrow and the possibility of thunderstorms. i'll have a look at those in ten minutes. right now katy zachry has your first alert traffic. >> i'm keeping my eye on route 1. you have a good commute ahead. this is route 1 in both directions. the outliers, the on and off ramps. everything is looking good. you may find increased traffic as you make sure way toward city ave. pennsylvania majors all in the green light. we have great road conditions as bill said, we're expecting rain later in the week starting tomorrow. everything is dry and clean right now. average speeds are in the upper 50s to low 60s. so, again, this is bound to change. we are heading into a typical monday morning commute. everything looks good right now. for montgomery county drivers,
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conshohocken road, right in the heart of conshohocken, that closes as of today for the next three months. that closure affects things from fayette street to ridge pike. two pretty well traveled roads. this happens until late july. you can use butler pike to ridge pike to get around it. back to you guys. >> now to decision 2016. today is the final day for candidates to make their pitches to voters ahead of tomorrow's primaries. >> four of the five candidates are focused on our area today. voters in pennsylvania and delaware will join connecticut and maryland and rhode island to cast votes tomorrow. and now ted cruz and john kasich are on a new sort of campaign. they're joining forces to block donald trump from getting the delegates necessary to claim the gop nomination this summer. nbc 10's matt delucia is live for us at the penrose diner in south philadelphia where kasich will greet voters this morning. trump is calling this alliance a collusion, was tweeting about it overnight. >> that's right, vai. he also released a statement within the past few hours.
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i'll get to that in just a moment. first, governor john kasich is still in the race. he'll be here, expected to be here at the penrose diner at 10:00, greeting voters and shaking hands. there's been quite a bit of development over the past 12 hours or so. ted cruz and john kasich are announcing that they are sort of teaming up in a matter of ways to try to take down donald trump. kasich's office put out a statement last night saying his campaign's goal right now is to have an open republican convention. his team strategist says they will shift resources out west, continue the campaign but give ted cruz a clear path to winning indiana. it's a winner take all state. hope is to keep trump under the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the nomination. ted cruz's campaign says they will let kasich fight for oregon and new mexico. cruz's campaign manager said he hopes that the allies of both campaigns will follow their lead. donald trump, he's the republican front-runner. he went on twitter. here's one of his tweets.
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take a çlook. wow, just announced that lyin' ted and john kasich are going to collude in order to keep me from getting the republican nomination. desperation. as i mentioned, donald trump came out with a statement of his own, a formal statement within the past few hours. it starts off by saying, it is sad that two grown politicians have to collude against one person who has only been a politician for ten months in order to try to stop that person from getting the republican nomination. i'm reading off of that statement that just came out within the past few hours from donald trump. there's quite a bit of events happening in our area today. we have the pennsylvania and delaware primaries happening tomorrow. it's a little over 24 hours until the polls open. donald trump has an event scheduled at 4:00 today at west chester university. there's a student group that is planning to protest that visit, saying he is free to speak his mind but not on their campus.
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first up, john kasich here at the penrose diner today at 10:00. i was talking with some of the folks in there. they're planning for quite a bit of excitement later on this morning. maybe he'll order the scrapple. who knows. >> thank you, matt. tonight the democratic candidates for president will be in philadelphia on the eve of the pennsylvania primary. >> msnbc will host back-to-back town halls with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. candidates will take questions from voters at the national constitution center. hosts chris hayes will moderate the sanders town hall at 8:00, rachel maddow will handle the clinton town hall at 9:00. we have a new presidential poll to share with you. >> what it's showing is that bernie sanders has an uphill bat toll win tomorrow's democratic primary in pennsylvania. the new nbc news/"wall street journal"/macist poll she journal"/marist poll shows hillary clinton with a 55% to 40% lead over sanders.
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and donald trump polls in at 45% among likely gop voters. that's compared to 27% for ted cruz and 24% for john kasich. and you can stay on top of all the decision 2016 news on the nbc 10 app, plus by downloading the app, get tomorrow's primary results as they roll in. in other news now at 6:07, new this morning, a family is out of their home after a fire. crews were called to hartville street in philadelphia's kensington neighborhood around 10:30 last night. an nbc 10 viewer sent thus video. an adult and child were inside the home when the fire started. the red cross is helping them this morning. no one was hurt. and investigators are calling a fire in the frankford neighborhood suspicious this morning. a cat was killed and three other animals rescued when a house went up in flames. fire started at the home on leaper street yesterday afternoon. it rekindled last night but is now out. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley.
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>> minutes from sunshine this morning, a cool start but this is typical for this time of year. lehigh valley, now 50 degrees. sun coming up in the pennsylvania suburbs. 47. still cooling down at this hour in southç jersey at 41 degrees. delaware, at 49 degrees to start with. we will see these numbers climb into the 70s this afternoon. some cooler spots, harmony hills at 41 degrees and 42 degrees in greenville right now. while wilmington is in the upper 40s. that's their starting point. we'll see sunshine today and a warmer day today. temperatures into the upper 70s this afternoon, good seven degrees warmer than yesterday. tomorrow we've got showers and possibly some thunderstorms from a system that will completely miss us today. the first of the showers coming in early tomorrow morning. that's 8:00 in the morning and then again in the afternoon. but for today, we'll be shower free. look at the warmup, by 4:00, philadelphia 75 degrees.
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the suburbs, sunshine, 66 to start with. into the 70s with southwesterly wind, the lehigh valley will warm into the 70s this afternoon. for delaware and south jersey, you can see upper 60s to start with, middle 70s. that's by 4:00 this afternoon. a bill cooler at the jersey shore. 60s but still nice and completely dry for today. that will change tomorrow. we'll see clear skies through the day today. there are the showers way to the north. that's in north dakota, minnesota and extend into the upper peninsula and northern michigan. that system completely misses us today. come tomorrow, we'll see that wet weather. today, look at the warmup, 77, the high temperature in somerton, pennsylvania suburbs, sunshine, middle 70s for the high. look at bethlehem, up to 74 degrees this afternoon. well into the 70s for south jersey. atlantic city at the shore, that's going to be the cool spot today. 62 degrees while linwood makes it up to 70. bright sunshine an a big warmup for wilmington and dover. both up to 76 degrees.
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that's today. there's your seven day. when i'm back in ten minutes, your ten-day outlook. thank you, bill. 6:10. we've been on the air for two hours. the volume has increased with the traffic. >> we'll start to see it pick up. >> yes, slow to get out of the house and their car, turn their car on, actually get to work or school. we are seeing things pick up a little bit as evidenced by the traffic on 95 southbound. right around the girard area. it's increasing as it's heading into center city philadelphia. still, your drive time as you make your way southbound between woodhaven and the vine street expressway, 14 minutes. average speed in the upper 50s, which is great. an hour from now it will probably be in the upper 30s if i had a crystal ball. which i don't and i don't want to jinx it. the pennsylvania turnpike, any of the overnight construction that was delaying things, we weren't seeing considerable
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delays but any of it that was causing you to tap your brakes has lifted. between route 1 and valley forge, 20 minutes. if you make your way in the opposite direction, that drive time is the same. conshohocken road beginning today is closed between fayette street and ridge pike. and that construction project lasts until late july. so into the summer. if you want toç use butler pik to ridge pike, just to circumvent all of that construction. vai? >> thank you, katy. 50 degrees in bala cynwyd at 11 past 6:00. four days away from draft day and the eagles top prospect is answer something hard-hitting questions. >> philly, that's a hard place to go in. it's a sports town. they love it but they're passionate. did they warn you about that. >> did they warn you about us? >> hear how carson wentz answers that question. plus, fighting isis. we'll tell you about the president's plan to send more troops to syria.
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it's 6:15. flyers season is over. capitals eliminated them from the playoffs yesterday. >> you got to go. they looked good. >> yes. i thought so. >> that's the best team in hockey they're playing against. >> right. >> the players said the experience is something they'll build on. >> we were positive we'd take it to game seven. unfortunately we didn't. >> we gave it everything we had. it's obviously frustrating. >> i'm proud of every single guy in this dressing room. we pushed it to the limit, busted our butt all year long. >> the flyers fans serenaded the players with a chant of "let's go flyers." >> it was nice to see. flyers fans packed xfinity live in south philly to watch the season finale. the fans we spoke with said they're proud of what they saw
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with this team this year. >> tough game but they had a chance. it was fun to watch. >> we're only going to get better. we fought hard, played well. we're all happy for the most part. >> if norberth could have only started the first three games. >> he was incredible. >> this is a glimpse of what's to come from the flyers. eagles fans are anticipating the selection of their quarterback of the future. the rams have the first pick. they will be the ones who decide if the eagles get jared goff or carson wentz. >> growing up, you see the eagles fans back when they had donovan mcnabb. he's a legend there. they'd even get on him. that's how they are in philadelphia. if that were the case, i'd embrace it.
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>> he's smiling now. wait till he gets here. we want to know, do you think the eagles made the right move trading up to get their number two pick? most people are saying no. we'd love to hear what you have to say. good to our facebook page and weigh in. we're bringing you a special eagles draft day show thursday night at 7:00. exclusive interviews with the decisionmakers and analysis from football hall of famers. also new information is expected today in the case of former browns quarterback johnny manziel. there are reports he's been indicted on an assault charge. manziel is accused of hitting his exgirlfriend during a dispute on january 29th in dallas. happening now, president obama is in germany. he toured a trade showç in hanover with german chancellor angela merkel. the president is praising merkel's handling of the migrant crisis. germany has allowed nearly a million syrian refugees to reset until germany. the president just announced
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he's sending 250 more u.s. military personnel to syria. they'll be joining the 50 u.s. special forces already there. the troops will help local forces fight isis. 6:18 on this monday morning. we want to get a peek at traffic in the lehigh valley. >> nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter katy zachry has that. how's it looking? >> it's looking good. we have a great shot as the sun is coming up. it might just be after sunrise. i'll defer to bill on that one. it's a sunny shot nonetheless up in the lehigh valley. this is 78 at lehigh street. light volume on the roads there. if 78, 22, 309, if any of those routes are part of your commute, you're looking pretty good. taking a look now at 76, the schuylkill expressway, right around bell monday the avenue. this is the eastbound side, headed into center city philadelphia. you can see eastbound, your drive times between the blue route and the vine street expressway only about 14 minutes. we're seeing increased volume there. 422, i was watching this because
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of construction they had taken out the right lane eastbound between trooper and 202. as you can see, your drive times are looking really good. not at all a problem if you're traveling between 29 and the schuylkill expressway on 422. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> at 6:19 let's check the nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. it's a forecast you won't get anywhere else. >> bill, the deal here is you're giving viewers information specific to where they live. >> we've teamed with the weather downunderground for thousands of observations across our area. this morning, we're starting off with sunshine. heading out right now, still a spring chill in the air. the temperatures cool down nicely overnight. we'll see enough of the sunshine to see a good warmup during the day. turning warmer compared to what we had over the weekend. bright sunshine during the day, a few clouds this evening. it will be staying warmer this evening. the temperatures will be nowhere near as chilly as what we had
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this morning when we get to tomorrow morning. when we get to tomorrow morning, there's other changes ahead. right now heading out now, 50 degrees in philadelphia. that's at philadelphia international airport. there are still cool spots to be found. look at the low 40s for chestnut hill. parkside at 44 degrees. 46 in bustleton, somerton is at 40 degrees right now. southwesterly winds won't be terribly strong today but just enough to warm temperatures up today. you can see that at the bottom of the screen. that's the seven-day forecast for each part of our area. it's there each time i'm on the air. it does show a chance of showers and thunderstorms for election day but it's not going to be an all-day rainfall. today, 77 degrees in philadelphia, tomorrow, warmer up to 82 degrees. we'll hit that 82 before a banned moves in with showers and thunderstorms late in the afternoon. that will cool things down for wednesday. for the pennsylvania suburbs, 70s today, near 80 in the afternoon withç late-day showe and thunderstorms.
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clearing on wednesday. and the lehigh valley, nothing but sunshine and a few scattered clouds later in the day. 74 degrees. warmer tomorrow with a chance of umbrellas going up. for south jersey, not bad. 76 degrees. cooler at the shore today. 62. both areas will see scattered showers and thunderstorms late in the day tomorrow. and delaware, 70s today, heading for 80 tomorrow. not an all-day rainfall, showers and thunderstorms scattered. warmer tomorrow, cooling down for wednesday. temperatures near 70 degrees wednesday afternoon. it will be breezy, too, on wednesday. futurecast for today, lots of sunshine. a few scattered clouds at times. mainly sunshine. that's 3:00 in the afternoon. then as we go into tomorrow, look at the scattered showers, that's 8:00 this evening in northwestern pennsylvania. those will be on the move and a chance we'll see some showers early tomorrow morning in the area. that's 4:00 tomorrow morning. the heaviest downpours moving through long island at that hour. another round of showers after a
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mainly dry day tomorrow. plenty of time to get to the polls and sunshine will warm things up into the 80s in the afternoon. but there's a chance we'll see late-day showers and with those late-day showers in the heat of the afternoon, we could see thunderstorms develop. so the henative day outlook, warm today with lots of sunshine. tomorrow, late-day showers after the early morning showers. most of the day will be dry, 82 degrees, turning cooler and breezy on wednesday. 67, then it stays chilly on thursday and we get more much-needed rainfall for thursday into friday. that's not the only chance. into next weekend, there's a possibility of showers later on saturday and later on sunday. looks likely to be dry for the broad street run sunday morning. by monday, tuesday and wednesday, temperatures stay in the 60s with a chance that you'll get to use your umbrella once again. >> all right, thank you, bill. 50 degrees in philadelphia. 22 minutes past 6:00 a.m. two shootings hours apart leave two american in philadelphia dead. >> coming up, what the
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day. bill henley has details on that. >> cool to start with, 50 degrees here at nbc 10. but some neighborhoods in south jersey have dropped into the 30s. 6:27, the time. we have sunshine and a warmer day ahead. your neighborhood forecast, coming up. 27 minutes past 6:00 a.m. o 50 degrees right now. in the wrong place at the wrong time. a man running for state office sees a man get shot right after speaking with him. we're live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation. plus -- >> i don't like lyin' ted cruz. in about four or five weeks i think he'll be one my best friends. >> donald trump might be rethinking that statement after ted cruz and john kasich announce a new alliance to take trump down. we're talking about that and what's happening here today ahead of tomorrow's primary. fight back and rebuild
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nbc 10 news starts now. >> frustrated by the fact that we were not able to prevent this second homicide. two shootings, two men dead. hear what philadelphia police think was behind the shootings. >> setting their sights on taking trump down. ted cruz and john kasich are teaming up against the republican front-runner. >> talking about tragedy as another school week begins. a public meeting is being held that will allow people to talk about the death of a delaware student inside a school bathroom. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. just past 6:30, 50 degrees outside. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley. bill, you're able to tell people exactly what it will be like in the neighborhood. >> you can see each of the neighbors are a little bit different. 50 at nbc 10, 50 at philadelphia international with sunshine, cooler in south jersey, scattered clouds, 41 degrees right now in the pennsylvania
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suburbs, 47 degrees with a few clouds in yardley. we're getting sunshine, too. look at the warmup, 55 degrees at 9:00. by lunch time, 64 degrees and climbing. as far as philadelphia is concerned, you'll need your sunglasses. bright sunshine, 54 at 8:00. by 11:00, 65 degrees and still climbing. in fact, warming well above yesterday's temperatures, 77 degrees, that's up by 7:00 compared to yesterday. south jersey, 76. right at the shore, 62 degrees. that's what's happening today. there's a seven day at the bottom of the screen which shows some wet weather coming our way. i'll have a look at that, your election day, when i'm back in ten. katy zachry has your traffic this morning. katy in. bright sunshine. drivers might notice sun glare. roadways are clear. great conditions to be headed out early to work or school.
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this is 95 southbound. definitely picking up volume. i'll show you how that's affecting things on the roads. 76, things are slowing up between the blue route and the vine street expressway, average speeds in the low 40s there. take a look at 95, just about ten minutes ago, this speed was -- not the speed -- the speed was considerably faster and the drive time was considerably less. 95 i'll keep my eye on it. the blue route, everything is looking good north and southbound. vai? >> the push is on for primary votes in pennsylvania and in delaware. >> tomorrow is primary day which means a lot of candidates are in our area today. matt delucia is live outside the penrose diner in south philadelphia whereç john kasic is expected today. matt, you've been talking to some of those people who might get a chance to meet the candidate this morning. everyone getting excited? >> a little bit, tracy. i spoke to a waitress who's worked here for 45 years. she tells us she's seen joe
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frazier, ed rendell, and president clinton. she told us how much excitement there was at the penrose diner. >> if he becomes president, i can at least say i got to talk to him. because i know if he does become president i'm not going to be able to get this close to him no more. >> very true. kasich will be shaking hands and talking to voters here in south philly. he's generating more political buzz in the past 12 hours for this, announcing that he and ted cruz are teaming up to try to take down donald trump. kasich's chief campaign strategist, says the goal is to have an open republican convention. to do that they'll shift the resources out west, continue the campaign. give ted cruz a clear path to winning indiana. that's a winner take all state. the hope there is to keep trump under the total delegates needed to clinch the nomination. now, ted cruz's campaign say
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they will let kasich fight for oregon and new mexico. cruz's campaign manager says he hopes the allies of both campaigns will follow their lead. as you can imagine, donald trump, the republican front-runner first fired back on twitter and issued his own official statement that starts off by saying, it is sad that two grown politicians have to collude against one person who has only been a politician for ten months in order to stop that person from getting the republican nomination. so the fight for the republican nomination takes on a new twist, all within the last 12 hours, one day away from the primary in pennsylvania, delaware and three other states. donald trump has an event at west chester university happening later on today at 4:00. a group of students there is planning to protest that visit. first up, john kasich here at the penrose diner at 10:00 this morning. it will be interesting to see if either of these candidates have anything to say about the latest developments in person. live in south philly, matt
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delucia, nbc 10 news. thank you. today the democratic candidates for president will be in philadelphia as well on the eve of the pennsylvania primary. msnbc will host back-to-back town halls with hillary clinton and bernie sanders at the national constitution center. sanders town hall is scheduled at 8:00, the clinton town hall follows at 9:00. before bernie sanders takes questions from voters, he'll hold a rally at drexel university's athletic center on nbc's "meet the press" yesterday, senator sanders said he still sees a path to victory. sanders added that he and hillary clinton are united when it comes to stopping the possibility of a donald trump presidency. hillary clinton will hold a get out the vote rally this evening at city hall. yesterday she and governor tom wolf spoke to the congregation at a baptist church in junal to park. clinton says one her campaign platforms is theç need for criminal justice reform, including right here in philadelphia. >> i just visited a program here
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in philadelphia ten days ago that is doing the work of trying to help young men get the skills they need, get the opportunity to apply for a job. we need to band the box. >> remember, the free nbc 10 app is a great resource to have ahead of tomorrow's primaries. we'll track the candidates as they visit our areas and send you push alerts right from the campaign trail. this morning, police are trying to figure out who is behind two deadly shoot innings the city. >> police tell us both were gang related. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live at police headquarters. pamela, the philadelphia police commissioner says he's frustrated that the second shooting wasn't prevented. tell us more about that. >> he most certainly is. what i can tell you, tracy, pless are working to identify several shooters. they're still trying to figure out what sparked this violence. i want to take you back to the scene. the first shooting happened in the 1400 block of vernon road around 3:30 yesterday afternoon.
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police say a 21-year-old man was shot twice in the head outside of a supermarket. the victim was in the area and had been talking to chris rabb who was campaigning to become state representative. the victim express the an interest in participating with the campaign. minutes later, the 21-year-old was gunned down. we talked to police. they're telling us the shooting is likely sparked a second shooting that occurred later in the same area. first, take a listen to what neighbors had to say. >> it's a shock to me. it normally doesn't happen in our neighborhood. it's very quiet. i've been here 18 years. this is the first i've ever seen anything like this in our neighborhood. >> we believe there were multiple shooters at this location. the disconcerting part about it, obviously someone lost their life but it appears to be related to a homicide that was committed four hours ago right around the corner.
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>> reporter: that shooting commissioner ross is referring to happened about four hours after the first one, an 18-year-old was shot in the back on the same block as that first victim. the victim was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. a 17-year-old was also grazed in the head by a bullet. police say it was a drive-by. we know police do have surveillance video of that first shooting. they're working on that, talking to residents as well, trying to identify these shooters. meantime, they're asking anyone with information to give them a call. reporting live at police headquarters, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist bill henley. >> that sunshine is bright. it's cool to start with. look at the warmup for philadelphia. 54 degrees at 8:00 this morning. into the 60s. that's later this morning. as we go into the afternoon, well into the 70s as you can see by the seven-day forecast, scrolling at the bottom of the screen. that being said, there are cool
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spots, south jersey is at 41 degrees. pennsylvania suburbs 47 degrees right now. and with some sunshine, these numbers will be climbing. the cool spot, well, 43 in un n unionville, cool for ma'am verne at 43. bensalem, 43, new hope, bedminster warmer at 45. a chill in the air air to start with. the sunshine will have a positive effect, big warmup during the day. the sunshine and wind coming out of the southwest to help the warm temperatures today. here's your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast. upper 70s for south philadelphia. somerton, 76 for chestnut hill. look at the sunshine, a few scattered clouds in malvern, lansdale and neshaminy. in the lehigh valley, bethlehem up to 74, 76 in easton. berks county, 76 degrees this afternoon for reading. wildwood, the shore, stays cooler, up to 70 for linwood, lots of sunshine, a few
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scattered clouds in haddonfield, 75 degrees, glassboro, 77 degrees, the high temperature this afternoon. look at the numbers for delaware. 76 degrees in wilmington and dover. dewey beach also up to 76 degrees this afternoon. that's today. completely dry. nothing to show you here today but you see the rain that's affecting northern and western new york and into northern michigan and even into the dakotas. that's part of a system that is going to bring us showers and possibly thunderstorms for tomorrow. along with the warmer day. this is the three-day forecast. look at the 80s tomorrow afternoon. late-day storms in the pennsylvania suburbs and the lehigh valley. we can see a round of showers early in the morning and again later in the day for tomorrow. south jersey, completely dry today. dry on wednesday but in between, we'll get much-needed rainfall and possibly thunderstorms. the jersey shore, a warmup tomorrow, in spite of the chance of showers. those showers most likely holding off later in the day.
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we could sigh an early morning shower at the shore tomorrow. dry today, the storm threat for tomorrow has been clearing out and getting breezy along with the cooler temperatures for wednesday. so that's the next three days. when i come back, the ten-day outlook. tracy, vai? >> thank you, bill. >> we have two major concerns. what's the weather going to be like so i can guess appropriately and how long will it take me to get from point "a" to point "b." >> i'm here to tell you, unfortunately, it could take you longer to get from point "a" to point "b," especially if you're driving on 76 to 95. the drive times are creeping up, 76 increased volume as we are on 95 southbound between woodhaven and the vine. that drive time is a few minutes greater than when it was when i last saw you. average speeds in the low 30s. i'll keep my eye on this. we'll show you cameras from around the area roadways, coming up. shot and killed inside a montgomery county church.
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6:46. 50 degrees outside. today vice president joe biden and his wife, dr. jill biden will be in philadelphia to push for more affordable education. the bidens will speak at the community college of philadelphia this afternoon to discuss the obama administration's efforts to lower college tuition and other costs. also happening today, a town hall will be held in wilmington to talk about the death of a 16-year-old girl involved in a fight inside a high school bathroom. amy joyner francis died after the fight at the howard high
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school of technology on thursday. her friends tell us she was a peacemaker who always stepped in to stop fights. the town hall tonight at stubbs elementary will allow the commune to the talk about what happened and talk about ways to prevent future incidents. also an autopsy will be performed today on the man shot to death inside a montgomery county church during sunday service. >> police say another church member fired shots during the 11:00 a.m. service at keystone fellowship church on stump road in north wales, montgomery county. according to investigators, 27-year-old robert braxton, a member of the church, was in an argument with another church member. during the altercation, at least one shot was fired. braxton was hit in the chest while other parishioners ducked for cover. >> he was worshipping and you hear three different gunshots right after. everybody kind of went on the floor and was hiding. everybody was trying to make themselves as smalls apossible. >> brax done died at the hospital. the alleged shooter was treated and released from the hospital.
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prosecutors are trying to determine if the shootings with justified. until then there are no charges. 6:48. and we are counting down the days until the summer olympics. >> love that music. this week we'rebringing you reports from jacqueline london who recently went to rio de janeiro. we found kids diving in the gunnabara bay. it has a beautiful view. you can see the mountains but it is polluted with sewage and there was a noticeable smell during nbc 10's visit to rio. olympic organizers say they're not worried about that. >> authorities promised a reform of the city's sewage system and that 80% would be treated. has that happened? >> it's happening. progress is happening. athletes will be on a safe
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environment to compete. >> another concern, of course, is the zika virus. nbc 10 asked how the city is fighting the global health threat. you can hear about -- find out about that during nbc 10's rio 100, airing wednesday at 7:00 p.m. right here on nbc 10. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> let's check nbc 10 first alert neighborhood weather. it's a forecast you won't get anywhere else. >> the focus is on where you live and what you need to know when you get that information. bill? >> you need your jacket and sunglasses this morning. look at the bright sunshine. even though it's sunny, there's a spring chill in the air. you'll need a jacket to start with but not all day. it's a warming trend that will continue tomorrow. in between this evening it will be staying warmer. if you're heading out, you may not need the jacket tonight. you won't need an umbrella today. if you notice the seven day, that's one seven-day forecast for each part of our area. there are showers and store for us tomorrow and possibly
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thunderstorms. this morning, we're watching the temperatures. sunshine now, the pennsylvania suburbs, 47 degrees. a few clouds in the lehigh valley. those will break for sunshine. south jersey in the 40s for the jersey shore and south jersey. and in philadelphia, that's 50 degrees, that's the starting point. that is going to be warming up. society hill is 50 degrees into the upper 70s this afternoon. see there are cooler areas, somerton is at 40, andorra, 42 to start with. cool start, bright sunshine. no sign of any wet weather today. it's all staying to the north. see some showers in new york state, that's part of a system that extends way to the west, even ending in snow in montana. it's all part of the same system. that's coming at us for tomorrow. the first showers could be coming through early tomorrow morning. here are the forecast rain totals. 1:00 in the morning. scattered light showers. look at the rain totals for allentown, doylestown and trenton. those early morning showers are at 4:00 in the morning.
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they'll move through and we'll get a break from the rain for most of the day tomorrow. it's election day. it will be a busy day out and about. noontime, a few scattered showers possible in the area. trenton, more than an inch of rain for tomorrow. we need the rain and we will get some tomorrow. so the ten-day outlook has some changes. 77 degrees. brilliant sunshine today. just a few scattered clouds late in the day. tomorrow we'll be in and out of the clouds. late in the day, a chance of showers and thunderstorms after that early morning possibility. by wednesday, we're trying out. then look at the cooler weather and more wet weather for thursday and friday and into the coming weekend. temperatures in the 60s after morning temperatures in the 40s. saturday, those are late showers, sunday broad street run, looks like it will take dry. those showers are later on sunday. by monday afternoon, a possibility of scattered showers into tuesday and wednesday, keeping the numbers in the 60s.
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you'll find the seven day at the bottom of the screen anytime i'm on the air. once a half hour, i'll look at the ten-day outlook. >> i love that forecast. that's exactly what you need to know. look for your neighborhood. eight minutes before 7:00. let's check your ride to work, including in the king of prussia area. >> the sun glare might be a problem, right? >> drivers might be experiencing slowdowns because of the sun glare. it's highlighted pretty well in this king of prussia camera. this is where 202 meets up with 76. it's a slow go as this traffic merges. we're dealing with extra volume around this time, just before 7:00 a.m. that's typical for this time on the roads. that sun glare really seems to be slowing people up. thereç wasn't an accident ther. unfortunately there is an accident in west norriton. the ram foreign policy 422 eastbound as you make your way on to route 29, there's a crash, causing delays for drivers who are exiting there. also, conshohocken road in the heart of conshohocken, that is
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four minutes before 7:00 on this monday morning. time now to get a check of the stories you need to know as you start your day. >> first alert meteorologist bill henley and first alert traffic reporter katy zachry are with us as well as matt delucia. >> vai and tracy, governor kasich is due here at the penrose diner later this morning at 10:00. he's been making quite a bit of news in the political world in the past 12 hours, announcing that he and ted cruz are teaming up to take down donald trump. focusing efforts on certain
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states as a way to keep donald trump from getting the total number of delegates he needs to clinch the republican nomination. trump calling this an act of desperation and collusion to keep him from winning the republican nomination. all this coming as pennsylvania and delaware gets set to vote. primary day is tomorrow. live in south philly, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. in philadelphia tonight, msnbc will host back-to-back town halls with democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders starting at :00. the candidates will take questions from voters at the national constitution center. and nornew orleans win pay tribute to prince today with a jazz festival. it will include a marching band and the release of white doves is the sunset. coming up on the "today" show, remembering prince. more tributes from family, friends and fans. heres a look at what you're clicking on on and the
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nbc 10 app. the murder of a man just after he met with a political candidate is the top story. billy paul's death is getting a lot of attention. also, the death of eight family members in ohio. you know parents have to multitask but check out this dad at an astros ball game in houston. catching a foul ball in one hand as he held his baby in the other arm. never missed a beat. that's a good grab, dad. my guess is you cowl be in a little bit of trouble with mom. why would you do that? that just makes me nervous watching that. oh, man. take a look behind me. hopefully this doesn't make you too nervous. there we go. our computer, the image straightened out. we are seeing increased volume in both directions on 95 north and southbound. just north of center city
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philadelphia. average speeds as you make your way betweenç woodhaven and the vine. for conshohocken, drivers, if you're going in or out of that city, unfortunately, a major road, conshohocken road, which connects fayette street and ridge pike, that is closed for the next three months as they work on construction there. you can take butler to ridge to get around that. your drive times on new jersey roads are looking pretty good, especially the 42 freeway northbound. >> now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we've got sunshine. these are live pictures from around our area and what's going on right now, 42 degrees in south jersey. look at that 50 degrees in philadelphia. see a nice warmup during the day today. lots of sunshine, warmer than what we had over the weekend. what a beautiful weekend. well, today, upper 70s this afternoon. >> be sure to download the nbc 10 popp for breaking news, weather and traffic.
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>> "today" show is next. thanks for watching. have a great day. good morning. team effort. in a shock move, ted cruz and john kasich suddenly announce they are joining forces to block donald trump's path to the nomination. the campaigns divvying up some of the remaining states to keep trump from a majority and to force a contested convention. can it rk? what the front runner is saying about it this morning. manhunt. >> it's a bad guy or bad guys. could be one, two, three, four. >> the search intensifies for whoever killed eight members of the same ohio family. waiting for answers. questions around what caused the untimely death of prince. autopsy results weeks away as the friend we talked to last


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