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on the forecast. light rain and breezy out there, right? >> yeah. that's right. a cooler morning as cooler air filters in. if you were behind the rain, yes, you are feeling more of the fall air. ahead of the rain, it's coming soon enough for you. the rain is over south jersey and delaware over philadelphia. scattered over the pennsylvania suburbs. the rain will continue moving as a whole to the east. it will pull out by the afternoon. i think through the morning, we'll have rain continuing to pass by. right now, 62 in philadelphia. 59 in mt. holly. 61 in millville. look at the difference against the shoreline, mid to upper 60s. it's quite obvious where the cooler air is mixing to the surface. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. the numbers will fall, too, just give it time. here's the interesting thing -- they'll keep falling as we go through the morning hours.
upper 50s through 11:00 a.m., and a gradual warmup in the afternoon to the lower 60s. that's it for today. we'll talk about the clearing conditions. now to traffic and jessica boyington. thanks. in westchester we had an accident on route 202's northbound side at boot road. headed northbound, you see traffic is green on the map system. everything's moving, but watch for that. here's route 422 and cameras at route 29. so far, so good here. here we typically see more of a delay on the eastbound side in the morning time. right now everything's moving. the p.a. turnpike looks good, too. we'll check the drive times, route 1 to valley forge, still 22 minutes in both directions. speeds into the high 60s. now to breaking news in southwest philadelphia.
a driver hit and killed a man trying to cross the street. the driver sped away. it happened last night on south 67th street. >> matt delucia has more from the accident investigation division in brewerytown with more on what police know about the driver. >> reporter: police don't have information on the driver at this point. they're hoping to find this person quickly. accident investigators are trying desperately to find this person who killed this man last night around 10:00 in southwest philadelphia while the man was trying to cross the street. a 57-year-old man was trying to cross the street when a gray van came speeding down the road and hit him. this was south 67th at paschall avenue. the victim died on the street. the driver kept on going and does have a broken windshield. that's a big thing police want
folks to keep an eye out for -- a gray van with a broken windshield. if you have information, call police right away. matt delucia, nbc10 news. we're also following this breaking news -- out of louisiana, look at your screen. seven people hurt, another missing following an explosion of an oil rig in louisiana. you see the transfer platform burning in the distance on lake pontchartrain north of new orleans. cleaning chemicals caught fire. most of the injured are in critical condition. search and rescue boats are patrolling the lake trying to find that missing victim. 6:03. for the third time this month, a motorcyclist has died in an accident on the schuylkill expressway. police tell us the motorcycle was going west on 76th and lost control near the 28th street exit in the grace ferry exit around midnight. the driver flew into the eastbound lanes and was hit by a car and killed. the other driver did stop.
earlier, two other motorcyclists were killed in separate crashes not far from here. 6:04. the man accused of setting off bombs in north jersey and new york city could learn the jury's decision. prosecutors say ahmed kahn rahimi blew up a trash can along route of a charity race in seaside heights last year. no one was hurt in that. era he'lly is also accused -- rahimi is also accused of planting a bomb in manhattan that injured more than two dozen. he said isis and al qaeda inspired him. his lawyer says the government cannot prove rahimi is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. members of the president's own party are accusing him of not understanding the impact of cutting off federal payments that offset costs for lower income americans. more than half of americans on obamacare are low income. by law their premiums are capped. the government paid insurance companies for a subsidy for their coverage. without the payments, insurers will be forced to raise rates on everyone else who buys obamacare
coverage. >> the irony here is that with these executive voters, trump is really hurting his own voters. the people who are frustrated with obamacare tend to be people who have incomes too high for a subsidy and have to pay the full cost of these premiums. >> older americans can make changes to their health benefits during medicare open enrollment which runs through december 7th. people in ireland are bracing for former hurricane ophelia over the weekend. it weakened to a post-tropical storm overnight but is still expected to whip ireland and great britain with powerful winds. now to the relief effort for storm-ravaged puerto rico. a disaster services center will open in north philadelphia today for those displaced by hurricanes in puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands. the center on allegheny avenue at hancock will be open all week with spanish interpreters
available. federal, state, and local emergency agencies are teaming up to run the center. ♪ in north philadelphia, the community is doing what it can to help the relief efforts in the caribbean. last night a benefit concert raised money to support the united for puerto rico fund. >> i've had family who have contacted me begging for help. it's been very difficult. >> it seems like a third-world country, but we're not. >> volunteers boxed up food and supplies they've collected over the past two weeks. the church plans to charter a plane and send people to puerto rico to hand deliver the donations. officials in puerto rico say 85% of the island is still without power nearly a month after hurricane maria. the governor set a goal of restoring most of the power grid by mid-september.
supplies are scarce. one-third of puerto rico doesn't have drinkable water. cell phone service is just starting to return. the death toll stands at 48. 6:07. a stretch of the pennsylvania turnpike reopened after a weekend construction project. crews closed the northeast extension from the lehigh valley to the poconos exit all weekend so workers could replace an old bridge in south whitehall township. they scheduled on schedule. that stretch is set to reopen for your morning commute. 6:07. 62 degrees. winds of change overnight, cooler temperatures, then the rain. >> north broad street, city hall lit up. let's check in about the rain and about the winds with krystal klei and the most accurate weather forecast. >> yeah. the front is moving through as we speak, kicking up the winds, bringing rain that's passing by right now. south jersey and delaware, the focus of the rain. scattered showers over the pennsylvania suburbs, even berks county getting a little sprinkle
here or there. most of the rain is focused farther south than the northernmost parts of the area. this is no surprise. we expected that this would be out during the morning hours. by the afternoon, while we'll have clouds, we won't have the rain to track. bucks to montgomery county to chester county, sprinkles will continue, an isolated shower here or there. light rain over philadelphia. a steadier rain that's over burlington county, stretching down to salem and cumberland county. hammond ton, vineland, steadier rain. upper pitt's grove the same. nothing terribly heavy. we'd see yellows, oranges, red if we had heavy rain. new castle to kent county, steady rain that will extend to sussex county next. the only spots that haven't gotten hit yet are the jersey shore. they will not escape the rain. in the next hour we'll see the rain pass through there. let's talk temperatures.
59 this morning around 8:00 a.m. because of the timing of the cold front, numbers will dip over the next few hours and gradually pick up in the afternoon barely. low 60s for afternoon highs. we may see peeks of sun late and clouds will clear late day overnight. in the suburbs, 55 to upper 50s, low 60s this afternoon. the lehigh valley, much of the same. could see the clearing earlier in the day for the lehigh valley. that cloud line is a litsds litk behind the rain line. we could have an extended period of sunny days once the clouds clear, starting tomorrow. 60 at 4:00. same deal for new jersey. at the shore, we go from 64 to 61 at 4:00 in the afternoon. some of us keep cooling into the afternoon hours. we'll talk more about the timing with the future model coming up. >> thank you.
6:09 a.m. let's look at the roads. >> jessica boyington with first alert traffic. >> we're starting on the vine street expressway now, moving through center city. around 24th street, i'm watching here. this is westbound moving toward the schuylkill expressway. everything is moving, no projects eastbound toward 95. we were open all morning so we weren't dealing with the construction. in westchester, watch for a crash on 202's northbound side at boot road where traffic is getting by the scene. something is blocking the road in cheltenham at west avenue and melrose avenue. in new jersey, the garden state parkway around the aggressionle toll plaza here -- the great egg toll plaza here, everything looks good north and south. >> thank you. all this week, nbc10 is revealing sleep secrets. today we're focusing on on your diet. coming up at 6:45, foods that can help and hurt your chances
a quarter past 6:00 a.m. on this monday morning. a live look at center city, the aramark building. breezy. krystal klei will bring us more details on that and tracking rain. former san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick has filed a grievance saying the team concluded to keep -- the nfl colluded to keep him off a team. this after he decided to sit and then kneel during the national
anthem. he filed under the league's collective bargaining agreement. during the off season, several teams showed interest but all decided ton sign him. his legal -- decided not to sign him. his lireason the legal team say he's a free agent is not because of his skill but because of politics. his lawyer said, "athletes should not be denied employment based on partisan political provocation by the executive branch of our government. such a precedent threatens all patriotic americans and harkens back to our darkest days as a nation. protecting all athletes from such colousive conduct caused mr. kaepernick to file his lawsuit." the nfl has no comment. and a possible new home for colin kaepernick is green by now that aaron rodgers is out with a broken collar bone. the vikings' defending slammed into the turf. he could miss the rest of the season. well wishes came quickly from carson wentz. he prosted, "prayers up -- he
posted, "prayers up," and "get well seen, fellows," after pictures of players with injuries. local gas prices have fallen almost 50 cents in the last five weeks. you'll remember prices spiked when hurricane harvey damaged refineries off the gulf coast. aaa mid-atlantic says they've been dropping as refineries come back on line. the lowest prices in software, drivers pay being $2.25. south jersey drivers paying $2.33. prices are the highest in the philly five-county area with the average, $2.64. speaking of drivers, let's find out how many are on the schuylkill. >> jessica boyington has you covered. >> we're just getting to that time when we're starting to see a little bit of extra volume. cameras eastbound toward center city, here is westbound. moving toward king of brush aso far, so good. -- king of prussia, so far, so good. typical delays. not typical here.
mass transit, septa's train 7218 running about 38 minutes late. check that before you g. an accident at 2 02 at boot road. and a blockage on shelt cheltenhchel-- at cheltenham avenue. >> thank you. 6:17. let's talk about the weather. you will notice a difference when you step out, take a live look over center city philadelphia. 62 degrees. temperatures dropping. now to krystal klei. >> this is the radar and satellite. the grayish color is the satellite imagery. the cloud overlay. and notice the cloud line is more broken once you get past
harrisburg. so we are going to start to see clearing of the clouds even along the northernmost part of our viewing area. that's not until the afternoon. as for the rain, the steadiest stuff began in the north parts of our area. now the southern half because the front is slipping down to the south. it's going to continue moving southeast as we progress through the day. this is a steady rain that's falling over parts of pretty much from burlington county, ocean county, down into delaware. the viewing zone from these two in pennsylvania, it's much more spotty, light sprinkles falling. that's the little blips of green that you see all over the place. the steadiest rain will, like i say, move out in the next couple of hours. this is not going to be here for the entire day, by no means. we'll get to your future model in a moment. let's talk temperatures, too. they're impacted by the front. this morning, we've seen numbers falling quickly along the northernmost parts of the region. in the afternoon, climbing a smidge, enough so to get us to
the low 60s in philadelphia, 63. 61 in the pennsylvania suburbs. south jersey, high of 62. 63 in delaware. as we continue through the morning hours, we'll remain with most of the rain falling over south jersey, the shore, delaware. sprinkles for the morning hours in philly and the suburbs. the drying in the lehigh valley starting. winds up in the northwest thanks to the front. windy this morning, looking at the wind speeds 15 to 20 miles per hour. then breezy in the afternoon. 10 to 15 miles per hour. we'll notice the winds thanks to the passage. pay attention to the temperatures. cold air will spill in throughout the day. there's the rain from now through 9:00 to 9:30 in the morning. it should exit the i-95 corridor. lingering farther south. from 9:00 to noon, everything will be out. possibly sprinkles against the jersey shore, delaware beaches, but that's it. as for temperatures, they may
peak in the afternoon, like i mentioned, low 60s. for a lot of us, the cooler air takes over into the evening, 50s. by this evening, still scattered clouds around here and farther south. more sunshine will be present before sunset along the lehigh valley, berks county, and those zones. watch the overnight temperatures. this is by tuesday morning. clear overnight, light winds. those numbers can drop this time of year. that's what they're going to do. about mid 30s north. low 40s near philly and low to mid 40s farther south. it will feel like fall. there's a frost advisory over the northeast part of the viewing zone. let's focus in on the counties. upper bucks into the lehigh valley. temperatures low to mid 30s from 2:00 to 9:00 tomorrow morning. that means watch out for possible patchy frost. if you have sensitive plants out, those need to be pulled in. pets need to come in, too, with first frost advisory for this
after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration." guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times.
from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need. out with the told make way for the new. crews imploded a smokestack at the old plant. it will be redeveloped into new condos. in camden county, a thief may have felt guilt after taking a life-sized cutout of pope francis. someone returned it to the church in washington township a day after the theft. the pope cutout was taken after
a handbag bingo strevent at the church. phase one of the bear hunt is over in new jersey. figures show hunters bagged less than half of last year's total. state wildlife officials offered the hunt in eight counties, mostly in north jersey. they say the hunts help reduce the black bear population and limit run-ins with people. opponents claim it can be done without killing the animals. phase two is the week of december 4th. philadelphia firefighters are better prepared to handle an emergency on a septa train after a drill over the weekend. watch as firefighters worked to pry open the doors on the train yesterday. then they hopped on the tracks working with septa workers to practice an evacuation. the simulation was designed to train workers on septa's broad street line. septa and the philadelphia fire department have trained more than 400 firefighters on what to do in an emergency. on first alert radar, rain is passing through thanks to a cold front that will bring
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escape from the wildfires. the science of sleep. the secrets that could help you rest easier. today, the foods that will help and hurt. now i'm hungry. good morning, this is "nbc10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm tracy davidson. we'll get with meteorologist krystal klei and the most accurate weather forecast. tracking that front moving through. >> that's what we've been watching all morning, talking about it all weekend. this is the game changer. warmer than average temps from the last two days to cool, the forecast for today and at least tomorrow, too. the cold front is moving through as we speak. that's going to lead to a cool day. the focus, a cold night. the frost advisories in place for the northernmost edge of the viewing zone. we have a dry week ahead of us. behind the cold front, high
pressure builds in. like i call, it the bubble, keeping everything out for an extended period of time. this rain is moving through. this is the steadiest stuff passing through delaware and south jersey. the deepest greens over cumberland, atlantic county, the southernmost parts of burlington county and to ocean county. this is slowly but surely dropping south and moving to the east. it is going to roll out of here. by the afternoon, we won't have as much rain to worry about, but still clouds. temperatures now in the low 60s some of us upper 50s, this is where they stay the rest of the day. we'll talk more about when wind temperatures red light camera on the ten day in 10 in a bit. now to traffic and jessica boyington. >> thanks. on the schuylkill expressway, we're starting to see delays. here we are around city line avenue on the westbound side. pretty much stop and go. this is a typical delay. nothing reported because of it. just slowdowns because we're seeing that volume heading out
the door. >> westchester, a crash at 202 and boot road. traffic is getting by the scene. mass transit, seeing pretty significant delays for septa's trenton train. 7218 running about 38 minutes late. amtrak, patco, and new jersey traffic on time. 6:32. breaking news, a man dies in the middle of the street when a driver runs him down and takes off. the 57-year-old victim was crossing south 67th street last night. police are looking for a gray van with a broken windshield. if you have information, call police. now to more breaking news. this is north philadelphia, police looking for a shooter who fired into an suv killing one man and wounding another. investigators say the gunfire broke out around 11:30 last night at 18th and erie. a third man was in the suv but not hurt. today we're expecting to get an update on a philadelphia elementary school that will be closed again because of mold found at john b. elementary in
germantown. more than 600 students will be home for a third day. dumpsters outside the school are filled to the brim as crews clean up mold found in classrooms. the situation has been a challenge for parents. >> my daughter said something about mold was on her teache-- was on her chair. the teacher removed it. >> kids need to be in school. >> issues with the heating and air conditioning caused the mold. the teachers union claimed the district did not take proactive steps to prevent the mold. in gloucester county, teachers will be back at the monroe township school district after mold shut down every school last week. they tested air quality after finding mold at holly glen elementary school. students will return tomorrow. a judge will dismiss most of the corruption charges against new jersey senator bob mennen daesz. last week -- menendez. last week the judge expressed
doubts whether the charges could hold up after a supreme court ruling last year changed the legal definition of bribery. he's acuesed of taking bribes from friends for political deals. an army sergeant who spent five years in taliban captivity is expected to plead guilt when he faces a court-martial. sergeant bowe bergdahl walked off a remote army base in afghanistan in 2009. the taliban quickly captured him. the u.s. eventually traded five taliban prison force get bergdahl back. firefighters in california say they are turning the corner and gaining controlling of the deadly wildfires there. >> last week was the deadliest week of wildfires in the state's history with at least 40 people killed. the fires devastated wine country. fires stretching across the state of california. this morning, video shows a daring effort to escape the flames. take a look. >> we're going to [ bleep ] die,
dude! we've got to get out. >> the roommates escaped one wildfire. they shot the dramatic video while driving away from the cascade fires north of sacramento. their car was feet from the flames. they talk about the intense heat and having trouble breathing. we're hearing stories of people returning home to their charred neighborhoods. one family fled santa rosa in the night as flames current closer. when they returned, they prayed their dog izzy had made it. watch what happened. >> izzy's here! izzy? izzy, come here, baby. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> izzy? >> oh, my god. >> hey, baby. >> aw. >> she's a miracle dog. she survived cancer twice, and now she's survived the snowa county fires -- sonoma county fires. she's a miracle dog. >> soaking up all the love. the family's not sure where izzy went during the 36 hours they were away, but they're grateful to be reunited. a lifetime of sacrifice and
service will be honored tonight in philadelphia. >> the city will award senator john mccain with the liberty pleddal. comes as he faces -- medal. it comes as he faces a health battle of his own and one in washington. we have more from independence mall where mccain will be honored tonight. pam, what can you tell us? >> reporter: it will be the senator's longtime friend, joe biden, who will present this award tonight. the former vice president said this about senator john mccain. that in the two past decades of serving together in senate, there were few others that he could count on to be as honest, respectful, and decent as mccain. he acdded his heroic efforts fo his troops and country are unmatched. his service earned him the medal. he began in the navy after graduating from the naval academy and served during the cuban missile crisis and conducted air strikes in north vietnam during the war. when his plane was shot down in
1967, he was captured and spent years in a vietnamese prison as a prisoner of war. there he was tortured. when he had the opportunity to leave that prison, he refused until all of his fellow soldiers were able to go home, as well. in 1982, he was elected to the house of representatives where he served two terms. afterwards he was elected to the senate where he continues to serve as he fights an aggressive form of brain cancer. senator mccain shooesd haid he honored to receive the madle, especially from joe biden, who he calls a great american leader. the two will share the stage together at 7:00. some of the setup still underway now. reporting live outside of the national constitution center pamela osborne, nbc10 news. >> whether you're red, blue, r, or d, you have to admit that's an honor that's deserving.
we'll take a live look at boathouse row. we've seen winds, rain. and the temperatures are really falling. they usually fall closer to sunrise which we won't see today. they really fall on krystal klei. judge. >> yeah. usually they hit the lowest at sunrise and climb. that's not going to happen today because of the cool air. cold air will hit the ground and keep temperatures low into the rest of the morning hours. only a little warmup. prep for cooler temperatures. snag the umbrella in south jersey and delaware. as the front moves through, it's firing off the storms. a few sprinkles left over parts of the suburbs, the lehigh valley, berks county. these are the areas that so the studiest rain in the early a.m. -- the steadiest rain in the early a.m. hours. you probably will run into wet
roads. a pocket of heavier rain this you see in galloway township. this extending to atlantic city. steady through cumberland and salem county. the line progresses because it's a cold front. lasting through delaware. now the state of delaware is experiencing rain. it's weakened in delaware county and hasn't made it to the beaches. but it will be. look how close it is, an hour ago it was still dry. here's the setup. the cold front brushing against the shore. 62 in philadelphia. we're cool, cool behind the front. 40s in place. that cool air will move in especially by tomorrow morning. a cold morning and cool day. temperatures interesting, 62 now.
we may drop a couple more degrees throughout the morning. slowly picking up to the low 60s later in the afternoon. talking 60, 63 the range in the philadelphia neighborhoods. note we will be breezy the rest of the day. mostly cloudy late in the day. the cloud line will finally move out. we'll talk about that more in the futurecast model coming up. >> thank you. 6:40. i spy a whole bunch of headli s headlinheadlines -- bunch of headaches. >> we'll find out where that's happening with jessica boyington. >> northbound moving through deptford, the 42 freeway at route 41. crawling here. normal morning volume. we're stop and go on the 42 freeway into philly. watching 95. southbound seeing pretty bad delays from woodhaven to the vine street expressway.
a 29-minute drive in center city. in westchester, watch for a clearing of the crash on the northbound side at boot road. ending on 422. cameras around trooper road, this eastbound side moving toward the schuylkill. a 16-minute trip. double that normal time eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill. >> 6:41. me, too. two words that are having a powerful impact on social media this morning. >> yeah. next, the eye-opening movement that's uniting victims of abuse. theies are fee a better -- the recipe to a better night's sleep. foods to avoid at bedtime. in loving memory. how a south jersey boy who lost his fa tourther to drug addicti helping others.
about 6:45. breaking news in the feltonville neighbor. one woman is in the hospital after this house fire. you see her being led out by firefighters. rescuers say the dog that was on the porch roof, too afraid to come down on its own. this happened around 5:30 this morning. students at a north jersey school are planning a protest after the teacher told students to "speak american." take a listen. >> right your to speak american. >> students at cliffside park high school then got out of their desks and left the classroom. this video from snapchat was viewed more than 9,000 times. no comment from the school district. students say they'll protest the teacher's actions in a walkout today. two words are sparking a movement on social media highlighting sexual assault against women. simply the hash tag #metoo. it started with this tweet by
actress alyssa milano -- if you've been sexually harassed or assaulted, write "me, too" as a reply to this tweet. thousands are write being their own experiences. -- writing about their experiences. this after the harvey weinstein scandal. alana says while she's -- milano says while she's sickened by the conversations, she's glad it's opening dialogue about how women are treated. nearly three dozen women have accused him of sexual harassment or misconduct. weinstein's brother has spoken to him twice since the scandal and says, "harvey has no remorse whatsoever." this weekend the movie mogul was ex-p ex--- was expelled by the academies of motion pictures. and in the latest a.p. poll, the team's highest ranking in 18 years. alabama, the only team ahead of the lions now. penn state will host the 19th ranked michigan wolverines on
saturday night. now to the science of sleep. this week we're looking at the most common problems caused by a lack of sleep and how to help you. >> how your diet can lead to rests nights. we talked to a researcher at penn sleep center who says following a mediterranean i do kept increase the quantity and quality of your sleep. that's more eating nuts, protein, beans. she also suggests you avoid sugary foods. high saturated fat foods, alcohol, and caffeine, avoid them especially close to bedtime. this is not something you can do one or two days a week. >> i think to really impact sleep across longer times, you have to change the diet and follow a diet across town. >> the doctor recommends eating the biggest meal in the middle of the day or earlier so you're not full at bedtime. tomorrow morning, stop tossing and turning. hear what the experts say you should do if just can't fall
asleep. >> yeah. you can imagine getting a good night's sleep is tough for us working this early shift. all this week, tracy, jessica, krystal and i will share secrets that we use to get to sleep and wake up rested as we are. >> someone should scare them with me. i can't sleep, that's the worst. >> check on social media. i've always liked having a warm glass of milk and cookie. i found out two weeks ago that i'm lactose intolerant. no wonder i can't sleep. drinking milk -- >> you just found out? >> like two weeks ago. i love milk. the sugar isn't good for me either. >> we'll have tips, what we do to get good night's sleep. and getting up -->> the key to getting up is multiple alarms around your room. >> exactly right. let's talk about the forecast. we've got rain that's been moving through. that's going to taper off into the afternoon hours.
for now heading out the door, work, school, play, yeah. you need an umbrella. this is over much of the viewing zone. particularly in new jersey and delaware. more sprinkles, isolated showers in the pennsylvania neighborhoods. we have here a cell moving into chester county as we speak. that's moving through currently. this is the steadiest rain, the deepest green. from dover up through ocean county. those are the areas with the steadiest rain. none of this is causing any flooding zones or anything. all it's going to do is make it where you need the windshield wipers, umbrella, and heads up. take it slow on the roadways. slick out there. temperatures, this cold front will affect us in terms of temperatures. the last two days in a row we've been above average, considerably so. in the 70s both saturday and sunday. yesterday, we kind of lucked out. the clouds held together a little better than expected. temperatures stayed in the 70s. if they had broken, we would have made it to the 80s. today, only 63 in center city. in lansdale, 61.
parts of the lehigh valley, berks county, possibly even in the afternoon, only upper 50s. this will feel like fall when which it should. 63 cape may. low to mid 60s in delaware. this is one of the spots where the cold front has passed through last. it may take a little longer for the effect. as a result, temperatures slightly warmer in the 60s. today wind speeds are something to watch. it was weekend yesterday. it will be windy this morning. and those winds will stay steady, 15 miles per hour or so in the afternoon. an extra hair spray or tie for the ladies. i imagine you can't wear the ball cap to work, so stay inside. hour by hour, the future model. showing nicely are the rain is currently steadyiest over south jersey in jersey and dover. watch the model through 8:30. it pretty much pulls rain out of the i-95 corridor but does not
move much over south jersey and delaware. the morning hours will keep with the rain. by lunchtime until 1:00, 2:00 p.m., rain pushes out. lingering near the jersey shore and cloudy in the afternoon hours. late day, the clouds will start to shift out. and then by overnight, we clear. clair night with winds. we let the heat of the day exit the atmosphere. we get chilly. as a result, a frost advisory in place. it's fall. this isn't too surprising. let's talk about it. just for northeast-most part of the screwi iviewingzine. upper bucks county -- viewing zone. upper bucks county, tomorrow, low to mid 30s for temperatures. >> no ballcap today but i was rocking the flyers cap yesterday. >> you were. do you know who else can get away with wearing a ball cap to work on tv? >> jessica boyington? >> me? >> totally can. >> i can sdiems.
i don't think -- i can sometimes. i don't think the boss would like it. on 95, delays at girard avenue. southbound from woodhaven to center city. had a disabled vehicle to the shoulder. that looks like it's cleared, but delays remain. 30 minuteser for the trip -- minutes for the trip. average speeds into the 20s. slow moving toward center city. there's a crash in lower gwynedd at dekalb pike. we'll end here over in new jersey. 76 in gloucester city, cameras at market. this is northbound moving toward the bridges. before the split for the walt whitman bridge or 676 through camden. so far, so good. >> thank you. a south jersey boy lost his father to drug addiction. >> now he's helping others struggling with substance abuse. 11-year-old trey cole spent his sunday handing out 50 ballparks to residents at a recovery house in sicklerville, camden county. each backpack contained a hand-stitched patch with the name of someone who lost their
battle with addiction. the bags contained care packages with toiletries and resources to find help. >> my and my grandma bought a sewing machine and learned how to use it together to make the patches. >> for him to do this for somebody after losing his father and not having his mother around, to be selfless like t t that, it warms my heart. >> a special young man. trey plans on continuing his efforts and will give out as many backpacks as he can to make sure victims of the drug epidemic including his father will never be forgotten. next, back with the top headlines that we're following this monday morning. and that includes countdown to a decision. the ruling that could come down for a new jersey lawmaker accused of corruption. paulsboro's a very proud community.
it's been on the decline with the closing of the refineries and there's no jobs in the community. if there's no jobs, there's no education, there's no food on the table. what's important is the children. steve sweeney... he fought for 'em. this is where he's from. steve sweeney's been here since the beginning. steve spearheaded the whole project and really brought it to fruition. it would've never been done without steve. it was a pride in building this port and then knowing that we're coming back.
breaking news in southwest philadelphia. police are looking for a gray van with a smashed windshield after a deadly hit and run that killed a man crossing 67th street last night. and we're expecting to get an update on mold cleanup at the john b. kelly elementary school in germantown. mold found in several classrooms will keep more than 600 students home for a third day. this morning a judge could dismiss most of the corruption charges against new jersey senator bob menendez. last week the judge expressed doubts about whether the bribery charges could hold up after a supreme court ruling last year changed the legal definition of bribery. and today the man on trial for setting off bombs in north jersey and new york city could learn the jury's decision. prosecutors say ahmed kahn
rahimi blew up a trash can along the route of a charity race in seaside heights last year. he is also accused of planting two bombs in manhattan that injured more than two dozen people. tonight the national constitution center will award senator john mccain with this year's liberty medal for his lifetime of sacrifice and service. former vice president joe biden will present the award to his former senate colleague and friend. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with you and a last check of roads. starting off things in center city, the vine street expressway. cameras just around 8th street in here, traffic moving westbound. you see the brake lights already. we have a disabled vehicle westbound to the shoulder. this is traffic moving toward the schuylkill. a little slow there. a crash at plymouth and dekalb mike. we'll look at drive times. eastbound moving into center city from the blue route to the
vine, 26 minutes. speeds into the 30s. moving toward center city, pretty much the same as westbound. speeds are dropping. we're getting into the beginning of the morning rush. we'll look at that ten day on 10 now. finally feeling like fall. breezesy today, morning -- breezy today, morning showers dying down as we speak. by lunchtime, they should be starting to move off the shore. 63 today in the afternoon. 61 tomorrow. it will be a cold start in the morning. 40s farther north. 30s possible. we stay sunny into the workweek. clear conditions. a long dry spell that lasts all the way through the weekend. look at the warmup. 60s today to upper 70s and near 80s by next weekend. again. >> great. thank you very much. we'll have local updates throughout the morning. of course, you can get realtime news, weather, and traffic on our nbc10 app. >> thanks for watching.
good morning. breaking overnight, an oil rig explodes near new orleans sending a massive fireball into the air. seven people injured, another person missing. a frantic search now under way. california burning. the fight against those deadly and devastating wildfires entering its second week. dramatic video emerging of friends narrowly escaping the flames. >> we're going to die, dude. we got to get out of here. >> this morning we're live as crews battle to get the upper hand. on offense. colin kaepernick files a grievance against the nfl accusing owners of colluding to keep him out of the league for kneeling during the national anthem. does he have a case?