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fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. rain and gusty winds. trading jabs, the back and forth between president trump and bob corker that shows no signs of letting up. and leading off the field, fresh off a monday night win eagles players take a fight for lawmakers in harrisburg. we speak one on one about his message. heavy rain, gusty winds and potential for severe storms is why we issued a first alert for today. these folks look for shelter from the downpours.
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his a picture sent into us on the nbc 10 app of a tree that crashed down in washington down ship. there are more than six thousand customers without power. a live look now from storm ranger 10. we are tracking rain moving through the area. you're going to need your um bre brel la -- umbrella and rain gear all day long. a live look from philadelphia international where they are warning passengers to be prepared for delays and cancellations. let's get over to krystal klei who is tracking storms that are on the way. >> and we were talking about pockets of heavy rain and others would see the rain. this is what's been happening with heavier showers. it's been moving from delaware to now exiting to philadelphia. as this continues to track
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through the next hour or so notice where it's going. trenton around 11:15 or so. atlantic city by noon here. this is moving around 20 miles per hour as it continues to stretch to the northeast. let's take a look at where some of the rain is currently falling. this is a good little downpour coming through trenton right now. it extends into here. this is past eastern township and then stretching closer to the shore you see another pocket of heavier stuff. cape may county in the green and then a little break at the tip of cape may. spotty showers lingering too. it is not the end of the rain even in the afternoon as this front continues to chug along. there will be a chance of strong to severe thunderstorms developing. most wind gusts around 25 to 30 miles per hour.
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you can see 28 in dover and you can see where the front is lining up. the winds converge and that's where the front is moving through. it will continue moving this way. it can fire off storms and as we get more into the afternoon hours we think the best chance will be over parts of new jersey for stronger activity we are a little warmer in atlantic city and cooler north and west in the upper 60s for air i can't sreas allentown. we'll stay pretty much where we are at. once the cold front passes and clouds start to clear tomorrow much cooler temperatures. we'll talk more about that coming up in a few minutes. >> turn to the nbc 10 app for continuing coverage. you can track the rain and get instant weather alerts sent right to your phone. from the weather to the roads now let's check in with
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jessica boyington. a lot of slick pavement throughout. >> it is actually what we were talking about earlier. when leaves fall it becomes slippery as ice too. it is what we have been watching across the board. flooding. we are watching route 73 here. here is the southbound side. watching the traffic being stopped here for a little while. it is moving towards the berlin area. it is heading south to the bridge. it is away from that area. police activity here. it is also in the middle of a work zone. we are seeing delays there. 73 looks like that all morning. we have seen a lot of that too. this is another accident off into the center median. a lot of people losing control of their cars and getting stuck in some of these ditches here. this is on easton road. i'll end here with mass transit. this is something else we have
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seen. this is because of a downed tree effecting trains between trenton and philadelphia. amtrak running about 45 minutes delays. because of the trenton line, because of that downed tree problem, excuse me. that train is cancelled and subject to tons of delays there too. >> all right. thanks for that. to this disturbing discovery the victim was found on westmoreland street. police say the woman had facial injuries and they are having a hard time identifying here. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates. in delaware county school is out for the day because of a murder investigation. police sources tell nbc 10 that a man was found shot to death in the backseat of a car outside of the school. school was just delayed. the district decided to cancel classes when detectives took
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longer than expected. a 15-year-old boy said he bullets started taerg through him. his parents didn't wait for an ambulance. they raced him to the hospital in their own car. police say the teen was hit twice and he is now in stable condition. investigators recovered several bullet casings at the scene near the intersection. police have no suspects right now. 6 and 1 and flying high. birds quarterback shook off some rust from a ten-day layoff and four touchdown passes. got the eagles going late in the first half. birds would go on the beat washington by 10 point and improve to a league's best 6 and 1.
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this morning the eagles top the entire nfl. vikings and rams lead at 5 and 2. new orleans follows with 4 wins. here is this morning's front cover. headlines reads high and mighty, how far can they go? this is the best start for the birds since 2004, the season that took them to the super bowl. the eagles will update us on two key injuries. he went down and out with a right ankle injury and also jason peters suffered an apparent knee injury. both players expected to be examined some time today. there he is. talk about heartwarming. the sell out crowd cheered dorenbos. he is recovering from heart
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surgery. he learned he had an aortic aneurysm after being traded to the saints in august. it was discovered daurg team physical. nbc 10 is the official station of the philadelphia eagles. here is another touching moment. carson wentz reunited with the family of lucas kusers who died of stomach cancer in june. he was buried. he was wearing the green rish bracel bracel -- rubber bracelet he gave him. here is a photo of wentz visiting him during treatment. he sent him a message encouraging him to stay strong. he did but another tumor surfaced. after last night's game wentz
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said he is blessed to be in the lives of lucas's family. it. >> is a special family, a special family. it impacted me in a big way all the way back in the spring and then the story yesterday. it was definitely moving. i was thrilled they could be here. the youngest one, i told him he better keep coming back. >> you can get a bracelet as well. it will benefit childhood kans are research. you can see the entire story on our web site. it is emotional and very good. log onto or tap the nbc 10 app. right now three players from the philadelphia eagles are leading to talk social justice reform. players have been busy working off the field for change.
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while the eagles is still a fresh victory players taking a different battle to the floor of the pennsylvania senate chamber. >> it takes a lot of sacrifice. the ball has been rolling. you have seen other guys getting involved in their community, other teams, other players. a lot of that comes with needing an example. >> we worked very very hard to try to make connections. >> jenkins who has brought the philadelphia police face to face have testified before congress worked to get out on criminal justice reform. jenkins admits the work keeps him busy but social justice is too big to ignore. >> it needs to be done. i believe in what i'm doing and trying positive change in our community, in our country. >> they are debating the clean slate act. it would seal the records of
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nonviolent criminal offenders. they are challengining -- he ha been quoted as saying has some sort of criminal past and those should be sealed from public view. he is also expected to address more trance paraphernalia si in policing. >> i won't be alone. it makes it a lot easier. >> last week chris long announced he is donating the remainer of to charities that promote a quality and education. they are in st. louis, boston and here in philadelphia. nbc 10 news. nbc 10 is traveling to harrisburg with those players to hear what the birds tell lawmakers. watch a live report starting at 4:00 p.m. it's trump versus corker yet again t. twitter battle between the president and republican
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senator as president trump prepares to talk taxes on capitol hill. and later, time for billy joel, the big announcement from the legendary singer still ahead. here is a live view of our first alert radar. you can see the yellows. it is heavy rain and there's a chance of more severe weather to pop up. we'll look at that threat in just a bit. steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney?
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sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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welcome back starting with a live view of first alert radar. you can see showers and storms moving through parts of south jersey and up against the delaware beaches. a few of these could get stronger. we'll let you know when temperatures will cool coming up in just a few minutes. storm system bringing us severe weather today first pounded the carolinas. take a look. this is in hickory, north carolina. the national weather service will be here to determine if a tornado hit. and this is north of greenville. a tornado left a path of destruction causing significant damage to a community college. no reports of serious injuries in either state right now.
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all right. let's start with a look at satellite and radar. check out that line of showers and storms driving all the way through our entire viewing area. the area has to move through are to the east. this is moving pretty quickly. i this i a few more storms may regenerate mostly over parts of south jersey here. this is moving a little bit faster than most of our models are indicating. as we go into tonight we could get rid of this moisture and temperatures will fall getting into wednesday. let's look closely at where things are lining up. this is the heaviest rain. the good news is previously over parts of the lehigh valley we are no longer seeing that with these cells here. still heavy rain down to trenton and moving into parts of new jersey. burlington seeing a good bit of rain.
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this is to galloway township. the greens that you see is more of a light steady rain. it is not terribly wide. things die out entirely. many of us already have the ponding on some of the roadways, low lying spots because this has been moving on through for the last hour or two hours or so. this continues up against the coastline and then just brushing up against some of our delaware beaches too. i think what's going to happen is this is the main line. it will continue pressing to the east. a few more storms may fire off over parts of south jersey. it is upper 60s over the lancaster. i don't think temperatures will move around much more at all during our afternoon. typically numbers would go up, up, up and we have had our high. we are still around there today. this warm air will be a thing of
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the past though. again, these numbers that you see now, maybe a degree or two increased for a few spots. that's about it in terms of our temperatures. here are the hour by hour models. it is a little behind. it is showing the main line hitting almost to mercer county. some times computer molds aren't quite as fast as the actual system is. it is showing the line about 2:00 starting to strengthen a lit more. i think it will be closer to burlington and ocean county. a few stronger storms from about 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. most of the rain will start moving offshore. i think it was a little delays in time line. most will be off around 6:00 p.m. we will still have clouds in place. we will drop down some into your wednesday morning. we'll have 50s on the map. partly cloudy wednesday morning
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and clouds will start to thin in the afternoon. that is when we'll start talking about much cooler temperatures. this has been adjusted by the storm prediction center. storms are driving by so quickly. deeper green indicates an isolated strong to severe storm could develop. it could see some damage as a result of the stronger winds associated with it. look at our wind gust forecasts. still around 25 to 30 miles per hour gusts, which is where we are right now. fairly light overnight into our wednesday. that's what we are expecting. let's finish up here. as we go through the next few days temperatures staying right in the 70s. tomorrow a high of only 67 degrees and then thursday that high is down to 60 degrees. we also see more sunshine in the days to come once it clears up. >> okay. so you may need the umbrella
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today in the south jersey area. >> yeah. we are watching the timing of the line moving through. still have pockets of heavy rain and wind gusts. it will continue a couple of more hours and things will start to move off and go into techbing. >> and then the cool down. >> yes. of. >> i think some people are excited. >> all right. switching gears here. we know about spoking and sun exposure. a new study finds many americans don't realize what their biggest cancer ris ks really are.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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>> it has been a place they have turned to for nearly 35 years. ashley's has a big event coming up. here to tell us more, the dre director. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having us. >> based in maryland but strong ties to the philadelphia area.
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tell us about thaten and what y do. >> we have a leadership council. our leadership council is responsible for community education and outreach in the area. we operate parent groups for parents who are struggling with parents with substance abuse disorders. it is again, quarterly communication events and to raise funds for scholar ships for treatments. >> all time high in the news all of the time. how have you changed your approach to treating the people who come through your doors? >> one of the things we have done is we have expanded our programming. the addiction crisis is hitting that privilege crisis. they really need that extra time to get sort of their sober legs under them and really have a
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plan for what they will do once they get out of treatment and once they leave. >> we have a waiting list. we have a waiting list at our in patient center and out patient center. the crisis is getting worse, not better. >> tell us about thursday night. >> it is a dinner and reception. we are honoring community service volunteers, bob johnson and all of the proceeds will be raising money for the scholarship fund. our keynote speaker is patrick kennedy. >> thanks for being here with us! my pleasure. >> the greater philadelphia leadership council this thursday, october 26th at the union league in center city philadelphia from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. rosemary is the mc of that
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event. get more on the nbc 10 app. we are dealing with rain and gusty winds and some of us could see severe weather. a live look at center city philadelphia. krystal klei is tracking potential for severe storms today. we have lived here forever and we believe she is still here. >> a husband's request reaches into the after life. a bed and breakfast where some say a friendly spirit is.
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the rain is falling throughout parts of our area. it meets the vine street expressway. >> it is slow going. a live look. we are tracking rain that is
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moving through the area. foggy skies there. taking a look there. >> you saw the line of storms that's moving through. sit starting to speed up. it is good in terms of potential for stronger storms. i want to start with this live camera view. you can see the clouds really thick overhead. it is a little hazy. this is a clearer picture than a couple of hours ago. rain moved through. you could not see a thing it was coming down so heavily. look at the radar and satellite view. lehigh valley into delaware. most of that has since died down. the yellows and the oranges is
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pockets of heavy rain that's moving through. it is nice and close. it's moving through about trenton. pem b pemberton. this is where it will be heaviest or strongest. it has to displace all of the air. it picks up the speed as it hits the ground. this is where the gusts may be a little stronger. it does continue to extend farther south. more pocketed areas. you kbguys looking at heavier stuff. they have moved off the delaware beaches. this thing is moving fast. it is running much quicker than any computer model has tried to indicate. that's a good sign. i think it will wipe out of here a little earlier. it means the chance for severe weather could go down.
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36 miles per hour wind gusts. it is 22 in wilmington. no surprise the winds are strongest here. the cold front the still lined up about here. we have time before the passage actually occurs and cooler air can filter in. we are at 70 right now. maybe up to about 71 or 72 degrees. mid-70s for a few spots. that's the best. as we get to about 5:00 p.m. we'll start to dry things out. we'll talk more about whaps ct e happens coming up. keeping electric crews busy. there are more than 6,000 without power. nbc 10 south jersey is live in washington township. what kind of damage are you seeing there? >> reporter: i can tell you the gusty winds have subsided. the gusty winds brought down
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trees. the trees brought down power lines. it's presented a danger for drivers. take a look on green tree road. we have tree cutting crews and emergency crews. electric crews working to restore the power. outages have closed schools here in south jersey. they shut to down about an hour ago. a large tree brought down wires. police in washington township say they have been running from one scene to the next and relying to work quickly. police say a large branch fell ton home. we just checked in and we know they have been dealing with winds up to 55 miles per hour again bringing down the trees and utility polls. power has been restored to about 10,000 customers across south jersey but as many as about 4,000 where we are right now. we know some of these storms could be active this afternoon.
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if you have to take a detour or maybe your kids are home from school pay attention and be mindful. the wires have been live. we are live in washington townsh township, nbc 10 news. >> you can follow the storms as they happen. download the app. it has an interactive radar. you can also get weather alerts for your neighborhood sent right to your phone. president trump is heading to capitol hill far lunch meeting with senate republicans to talk about his tax reform plan. he started a new twitter over a remark the republican made on the nbc today show. tracie potts has the back and forth from washington. >> this afternoon president trump will dine with senate republicans to jump start their efforts to overall american tax codes. >> we are working hard to get the tax cuts. >> corker is skeptical today's
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visit will yield much. >> i look at these visits as more of a photo o. they are not really about substance but more four him. >> the president striking back that corker couldn't get elected dogcatcher in tennessee, that he is fighting tax kuts and anything negative on trump. first daughter selling tax reform as step one of a larger plan to get rid of red tape for businesses. >> that couple will tax reforms will be a game changer. >> how would the republican tax plan effect working families? one idea, dropping 401k from 18,000 to $2,400. >> once you go down to 2,400 you're whacking the heck out of the middle class. >> they are looking for money. >> money to pay for 1.5 trillion tax cuts already built into the
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senate's budget. that's the senate's budget, the house still has to vote on that. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. to the main line now where residents demanded answers from commissioners who said they could not get rid of the forms president it is in light of the child porn charges. he refuses to resign as a commissioner. board members told the angry crowd last night if he doesn't resign they are only remove him once he is convicted on those charges. today seth williams will learn his fate after pleading guilty to a corruption charge. in june he resigned as part of a plea deal. they accused him of taking gifts from wealthy friends in exchange for legal help. williams faces up to five years in prison at his sentencing today.
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the nbc 10 investigators fold the seth williams investigation. he has been asking him about questions. today mitch will be there when the former district attorney learns his fate. you can learn more starting at 4:00 p.m. the d.a. candidates will debate for a second time tonight. you're look at last week's faceoff. the immigration because hot issue then. grossman said she could not endorse philadelphia as a sanctuary city. clasner said he would resist president trump's policies. you have two weeks to decide who to vote for. elections are tuesday, november 7th. the big name candidate continues today.
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former president big clinton will be in new jersey. he'll be speaking at an event over the weekend he addressed a crowd of workers. he is running in the case to suck christie. avoiding risks, most americans don't know what opens their chances and what doesn't. fewer than one-third of us know it is a police k factor. on the flip side many falsely believe cell phones and caffei e
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can cause cancer. former philly chase utley will decide who is major league baseball's best team. the astros only appear rants at the fall classic but the team has never won the world series. you know, the olympics is g getting an p -- the torch will begin its long we lay that will end with the opening of the games. all right. kofage you can watch it right here on nbc 10. billy joel is a dad again
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this morning at the age of 68. he showed the first picture of his it is the second little girl. she was she was born on understood. we are told everyone is doing great. they say true love never dies. some believe fear is sticking around after a quick from her husband centuries ago. track showers and thunderstorms. still a chance of a few more storms. i'll explain why coming up.
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all right. let's go back to our first alert radar view. the line of storms is slicing down into jersey. farther to the south it's -- a cool front has to pass through our region. we'll talk more about the impacts it may have for us this arn and when we really dry out coming up in a few minutes. we are hunting for goats and spooky spirits in our area. we take you on the haunted bed
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and breakfast. >> long before the jersey shore had board walks early settlers -- he loved the ocean. he wanted with to bring people here and kill them. >> he sparked development and lived here alongside his loyal wife. >> he had told her, honey, i want you to live here forever and we believe that she is still here. >> today you can rent out the rooms but be warned. >> this is room number two. >> yes. this is caroline's room. >> guests here often report strange occurrences in the night. >> it's one of the rooms we hear the most activity in. >> weird stories?
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>> yes. >> like slamming doors, shuffling footsteps and the faint sound of a flute, some times strange movement at your feet. >> tugging on the covers is about it. >> they will feel a tugging at their feet maybe she is making the bed for them cozier. >> they say the ghosts are pretty friendly. >> we believe in them and not want to be in a room that had recorded sightings. >> not much changed since 1799. >> it is what was built. >> with the original owners still stopping by. nbc 10 news. all right. childrens crisis treatment center has been committed to providing health services for
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more than 40 years. next week the organization is hosting a fundraiser to continue to do the great work they do. here to tell us more, the kooef and cochair of the round up happening next friday. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> kel us about -- especially kis that have been through eers rersty. >> in many case you are creating a safe envie vonment. how do you do that? >> we provide services in our
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offices like that it is structures that can be there and the -- >> so your round up is. >> the theme is denim and diamonds and anything you would like to weer with suede, fringe or leather. it should be a lot of fun. it is a very exciting night for us.
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and most other events. we have a great time. >> thanks so much for being here with us. >> thank you. >> the 17th annual round up happening next friday november 3rd at 7:00 p.m. on 6th and walnut streets in center city. for more head to or check out the nbc 10 app. let's talk about the visibility right now. we have clouds overhead. just slick visibility dropped down. it is right in this area this is the line i'm talking about. this is heavier area of rachblt this is down to cape may county. this is not the entire line that's very heavy.
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some areas are dump ago good bit of rain. it is out further rain. there is no rainfalling at this point in areas like chester and new castle county. heavy rain has fallen through mercer county. that deep red, oh, that's heavy stuff. burlington county is up against the more eastern edge of burlington county up into ocean county. that line is more broken but continues south through galloway township and into cape may. this is heavier rain and could lead to minor street flooding and also stronger gusts. they will be right amongst this.
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i explained this in the last half hour. some times you have to displace the air that it's falling into so that air is gustier on the ground in those locations. it's likely happening in the yellows and reds. this is severe outlook for us. this is something ton national level and best chance for severe storm development. it looked like conditions would be favorable. that was yellow. this has been downgraded into the green. this means there's a lower chance of severe storms in i ice -- an isolated thunderstorm could turn severe. this cold front is sitting here. this means that the front as it continues to pass might generate one or two more storms. i want to show you this model. it wants to give us generating storms. i think it's going way too heavy
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with storm potential. i think if anything there might be a spot or two we could see strengthen. it is too heavy and it shows us timing. from 2:00 to 4:00 the cold front is starting to exit we could see one or two storms develop. everything starts to move out around 6:00 or 7:00. we start to see breaks in the clouds. it will make for a more comfortable evening out there. humidity will start to drop by tomorrow once we dry out. let's -- let's talk about that. we are in the low phillies. that's where we'll stay through the afternoon. by 6:00 or 7:00 p.m. we may see sunshine breaking through the clouds as things begin to dry on the backside of that cold front. we need the front to pass before we can get riz of all of this. low 60s with some of that clearing as well. lehigh valley starting to clear some out.
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that is following -- new jersey in the upper 60s and 70s as well. low 70s near the shore. the shore one of the better chances where it may turn strong to severe in the afternoon. again, this is a more isolated chance. this has outrun itself. it is 45 in the eegs store. we'll be closer to seasonal average. sunshine thursday into friday. that's a sweater day for us! a lo of you are ready for 235u8. >> it is warm and in the 70s right now. once it passes it will get rid of humidity, koom down it it
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should be okay. >> warmer temperatures. >> yes. >> all right. steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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making of that song. that sars tonight right here on nbc 10 at 7:00. with krystal klei is tracking rain and thunderstorms moving through the area. >> yeah. if we take a look at radar you can see where the heaviest stuff is falling. a good bit falling over atlantic and it will kind of spread into ocean county before it moves out of our viewing area. now, this is the main line we have been tracking all morning long. there is a chance a secondary line between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. will pop up over south jersey. it could have strength to it. it is something to watch out. in the afternoon it is based off of that cold front passing the area. the cold front is behind the main line of rain. let's look at temperatures. today in the 70s. tomorrow we cool down. 67 degrees. we are drier. sunshine reappearing. it stays that way thursday and friday. >> all right. get updates on the weather we are expecting any time. thanks for watching nbc 10 news
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at 11:00. thanks for watching. have a great day.
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he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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>> victor: talk to whoever you want to. you have no proof. you'll come off like a woman scorned. you've lost. >> bonnie: this isn't right. you all ganged up on me. >> maggie: we ended your reign of terror that's for sure. >> bonnie: i was this close to getting everything i ever wanted. it can't end like this, damnit. >> justin: adrienne, adrienne, look, it has been killin to be around you until we dealt with xander, but now that i have, sweetheart, you need help. >> bonnie: oh, shut up. i need to get outta here. >> justin: no, i saw what you went through with the cancer and i think you're having some sort of delayed reaction to the chemo. >> bonnie: you know what? don't shrink me. >> justin: and you were across the hall from that hattie adams. she's a con artist and i think she had some sort of influence over you. she hypnotized you or something, but... whatever it is, you are a changed woman. i mean, you are not the adrienne that i know and love.


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