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you're waking up to dangerous fog this morning. first alert meteorologist bill henley says there's low visibility in many places. it's first alert day and we have team coverage. breaking new this morning. a crack in a gas line in a philadelphia neighborhood. the new information we're learning about the leak that forced families from their homes overnight. and be bill cosby sex assault case will move forward. we'll barack down the judge's decision and the next steps in the sexual assault case. it's 6:00 a.m. and 56 degrees outside. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm vai sikahema. we've issued a first alert this
morning. take a look. you can't really see much out there. this is making for a difference conditions on the road as well this morning. we have team coverage. nbc 10's katy zachry is live this morning. jessica boyington is watching the roads but first let's start with bill henley. >> good morning. it is a warm start this morning and with that warm ear is coming lots of moisture coming into areas that are colder. we're getting fog this morning. a dense fog for parts of the area. reduced visibility is starting to improve in some spots but there still could boo b some flight delays. we're now seeing improving conditions, in fact, big improvement in the last few minutes for reading and quakertown. doylestown, three quarter miles visibility. trenton, however, is still reporting dense fog. half a mile visibility. that's what you'll find in
wilmington too. still pockets of fog. not as bad as when we went on the air at 4:00 this morning. the temperatures, not bad at all. we're in the 50s. we'll stay in the 50s with clouds breaking as winds pick up. dry air starting to come into the area. it's not going to be dry all day. i'm also tracking some showers, your neighborhood by neighborhood forecast. foggy spots and raindrops with your first alert traffic. >> we did look at it this morning. the fog has definitely improved here. i purposely picked the camera because i wanted to show you. you can see it's covered in rainwater right now. this is what you're seeing through those. imagine what it is like to drive. it pretty much is going to be just as terrible and dangerous there. route 22 and 23. no increase in the drive times yet but you can see we have a lot of wetness around the area. we also have that reduced visibility. you may not see something until you get right up on top of it.
you may want to take your time this morning. on philadelphia avenue and montgomery and flooding on macungie on spring creek road closed at mill creek road. i'll have more drive times for you when we come back in ten minutes. >> jessica, thank you. katy zachry has been checking in delaware county. >> yeah, katy, you have good news for people in berwyn this morning. >> i do have good news. in the last 20 minutes the fog has lifted. you can see the street lights. you can see a quarter mile to a half mile in front of you. you can see the water on the streets, glistening, because we had rain move through. another good nugget of news, the rain has stopped. those traffic lights just 20 minutes ago york u couldn't see them as clearly as you can. right now as clear as anything. that's the good news. you can putture high beams on,
at least if you're in this part of delaware county and chester county. earlier this morning we were in wayne. those conditions improved. moved west to chester and that ee where we saw the dense pockets of fog. so we're going to change locations, get on the road, and because i am still hearing from police around the area that fog has been reported, i did talk to one drive over the last half hour who at a point this morning in the last half hour couldn't go over 20 miles an hour the fog was so thick on the roadways. even though it's better where we are, it might not be. reporting live in berwyn, katy zachry, nbc 10 news. >> make sure you have the app. you'll get updates and get an hour by hour forecast so you can plan your day. an update on breaking news
we've been following in west oak lane. pgw say they've fixed a four-inch crack in the gas main. residents were evacuated. we're told some homes still have high levels. all residents are taking shelter in the one home that's now safe. medics took one person to the hospital for nausea. a judge rules yesterday bill cosby's case can move forward. after two days of testimony a just decided an immunity deal from ten years ago is not valid. cosby waved to fans as he left norristown last night but didn't say anything about his condition. he's accused of drugging and sexually assaulting an employee. that case dates ban ten years. the prosecutor said he found the case too flawed to try partly
because of inconsistency in the story. he used cosby to get him to answer questions in a civil case. in that deposition he admitted to giving drugs to women before having sex with him. the lawyers say they would have never let him sit for that deposition if they thought the criminal case could be reopened in the future and they plan to appeal. now to decision 2016. democrats will debate in new hampshire. >> it comes before the new hampshire primary and it follows a democratic town hall last night. bernie sanders and hillary clinton stated their opinions and answered questions from new hampshire voters at the event hosted by cnn. sanders disputed hinton's claim that she was progressive. >> we have different ways of going about them. >> i do not know of any progr s progressive who has a super pac and take 15/million from wall
street. >> the democratic national committee which has been under pressure to sanction more debates has announced it's adding three more following tonight's contest in new hampshire on nbc. they will hold one in flint and two other cities in the spring. now to the gop. senator patrick toomey is representing marco rubio in the presidential race. he said rubio has the best chance of winning. he also thinks rubio will be a strong candidate in pennsylvania where voters have supported democrats in all general elections since 19898. the republican presidential field is getting smaller this morning. two more candidates are dropping out. rick santorum is suspending his campaign and supporting marco rubio and paul rand is also dropping out of the race. coming up, chuck todd, moderator
of "meet the press" will be on. right now new jersey's minimum wage is $8.38 which mean as full-time minimum wage worker makes less than $189,000 a year. currently they have the highest minimum wage rate. delaware is slightly lowered, $8.25. in pennsylvania it's the national minimum of $7.25 an hour. eight minutes after 6:00. we see thick conditions but conditions are starting to improve. during the day today, drier air moves in. it's already started. that will do away with the fog. we'll get some sunshine, but i'm tracking some showers in the area this morning and a chance we'll be in for more wet weather overnight. tomorrow morning wi could be tracking some rain and snow. this morning, though, only rain or dry for allentown.
clouds, the fog is easing. temperatures in the 40s and 50s right now. there you see the fog has disappeared from the pocono mountains. there's the blue mountains. big improvement in the last few minutes as katy zachry has said it's improved. light fog. it was down to zero. trenton at a quarter mile visibility, that's still thick there. that could lead to delays there. a few scattered showers moving through the area and then we dry out during the day today. you can see sprinkles at the shore as well. there's more wet weather. you can see it moving in. today, the fog disappears. upper 40s this afternoon for kwark town and reading. >> its should be dry. dry during the day with some breaks of sunshine during the afternoon. a mostly cloudy day with
temperatures in the 50s. fog, yes. pockets to start with, but then mostly cloudy this morning. breaks of sunshine for philadelphia, swedesboro, and wilmington this afternoon with temperatures in the 50s today. but there is some colder weather on the way, and, yes, a chance of some snowflakes. a seven-day forecast when i'm back in ten minutes. >> all right, bill. we're dealing with the fog this morning. let's check in with traffic. jessica, how do the roads look? >> they're actually looking pretty good right now. they're a little damp. that's what we're seeing all over the place in pennsylvania, new jersey, and delaware. right now on 78 in lehigh valley at lehigh street, not a lot of fog. you can see pretty much on the camera the roads are still a little slippery. just watch the off-ramps.
schuylkill expressway, no problems. maybe a one- to two-minute delay. more dense fog there. here's 76 in gloucester, in new jersey at market street. this traffic right here, bridges, no problems getting in to philadelphia right now. it's tax time and that comes with a warpg about irs imposters. this morning people who are saying they're being targeted by the phoney irs. e we'll tell you what to do if you get a phone call that doesn't seem just right. and an emergency landing for donald trump. we'll tell you about that. good morning. this matters to anyone who flies. what caused a massive hole to be blown inside a commercial airliner over somalia. it may have been a plane failure or growing fears it could have
it is a first alert day because of the dangerous fog. this could impact your commute your work or school. we're keeping an eye on that for you. jessica boyington and bill henley will be back with an update in just a few minutes. with the field pared down two candidates, bernie sanders and hillary clinton square off for a head-to-head debate on nbc. >> it will be moderated by chuck todd and rachel maddow. good morning, chuck. >> well, good morning. >> gheesanders has got a big len
new hampshire which is not a surprise since it's home turf for him but there's a chance for hillary clinton to close the gap, isn't there? >> there is. the clintons have always done well in new hampshire. bill clinton in 1992 made a big come back, came back to a close second. hillary clinton ended up winning this state after being behind the double digits the last four or five days. there's a lot of positive history for the carolina tons o the. y clintons. i think sanders' lead has been bigger than it really is. >> thank you, todd -- chuck t d
todd. we look forward to seeing you tonight on the debate. >> thanks, vai. >> nbc's george spencer picks up the coverage. you'll see his reports starting sunday night on nbc 10. 6:17. one camera behind us that yooushlly shows a beautiful shot. you'll know what we're talking about. fog. >> even the lights behind jessica are a little foggy. >> they are. plus the cameras are covered in rain bus of rain yesterday evening. this is what the cameras look like. the offer r-ramps are slippery. this is easton road. you can barely see the roadways because of the camera. the fog's doing better. 'veer this direct is doing nicely. we're just dealing with slower speeds. you want to slow down before you head out the door. slow down. that would be my best advise to you. at new jersey, 1195, no problem
in either direction. northbound, police are on the scene. we do keep checking in with the philadelphia international airport to make sure there aren't any significant airport delays for you. so far they there are not. more fog times when i come back in the next ten minutes. 18 minutes after 6:00. warm, muggy outside as that warm air has moved in and met the colder temperatures. we've seen fog. but now we're starting to see it improve a little bit. this is an improved view here. 55 degrees. light showers in philadelphia with temperatures way above freezing. only rain showers today. winds out of the west-northwest. still foggy spots. one of them cape may. that's the marina this morning.
trenton also reporting big fog. we've seen big improvement as drier air has ushered in. visibilities have improved dramatically in coatesville. it's down to zero visibility for more than an hour this morning. now it's a quarter mile visibility and dense fog. that's the worst. it's up to one mile in philadelphia and two miles in wilmington. so the fog is already starting to disappear. the clouds, though, they're going to be hanging in for most of the day. here comes the dry air. it's a northwesterly wind with an 8-mile-per-hour breeze. clouds are overhead. we'll see some thin spots in the clouds, but this will continue streaming in to the area and there's more wet weather to the south. most of the day it will avoid us. but come tonight we could see those showers return to the area. that's 2:00 this afternoon. dry with some breaks of sunshine in our area. a few scattered light showers
this evening at the jersey shore. then overnight tonight we'll get rain and possibly some snow. first thing tomorrow morning we could be tracking light snow showers and rain showers to start with. we'll look for a little accumulation at the shore tomorrow morning. mostly sunny skies are on hold. we'll start out with skies with a little fog. the seven-day forecast forecast, cooler tomorrow, a chance. just a chance. then sunshine this afternoon. 46 degrees. anything that drops in the morning should be drying out this afternoon. a pretty good looking weekend with a milder day on saturday afternoon after a colder morning. 50s for sunday and cooler on monday and there ee a chance we'll see some rain and snow tuesday. >> all right, bill. thanks. take look at this video. a tornado leaves behind a packet path of destruction in northern
tennessee. wind speeds of up to 110 miles an hour. the town's middle school, high school, and five homes were damaged. no one was seriously hurt. that same system brought wind and heavy rain in north carolina. it brought down trees and damaged several homes. we have new information on homeowners in the state and margay as they continue to fight to take property at the jersey shore by eminent domain. plus, he's not really known for keeping the peace but someone nominated donald trump for a nobel peace prize.
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night. an oil train hit a train at waverly. no one was in the van and no one on the train was hurt. this is the second time a train hit a car in montgomery county yesterday. and folks scheduled to fly allegiant airlines last night are flying out this afternoon because of two flat tires on a plane. the plane flew in from orlando last night. they realized the flat tires last night. passengers were bussed from the plane to the terminal. they're scheduled to leave at 1:00 this afternoon. donald trump's plane had to make an emergency landing in tennessee yesterday. t the fcc said the plane had to make an unscheduled stop.
trump continues on to his destination in little rock, arkansas. someone in the u.s. nominated trump citing his, quote, vigorous peace through strength ideology. but just receive a nomination does not mean trump is actually in contention for the award. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington with your first alert traffic this morning. while watching the blue route you can see the fog is doing better but definitely wet roadways in the area. i eelg have updates for yu on the rest of the roadways when i come back around 6:30 but let's get a check on the forecast with bill henley. hey, bill. >> that's cape may at the marina. the fog is already improving.
your forecast is just ahead. what a difference an hour makes. this area in delaware and chester county has vastly improved. coming up, i'll tell you what areas may not see this good of improvement. good morning. i'm matt delucia. a big phone scam is hitting the area. people have gotten some of these phone calls. coming up after the break, i'll tell you what you can do if the phone rings.
long, but as you can see, visibility is improving by the minute. plus, irs imposters, the warning to be aware of. who's really calling and asking for your money as we head into tax season. and we have new information on breaking news we've been following throughout the morning. families that were evacuated from homes in west oak lane are back inside right now after being forced to leave in the middle of the night because of a gas leak. good morning, and welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm tracy davidson. the fog is lifting and we canceled the alert. there are some places where visibility is reduced but it's cleared for the most part. let's get an update from bill henley. bill? >> i was talking about the dry air that was going to be working in. notice the big improvement. now you can see the art museum and the schuylkill and the traffic on the schuylkill. two-mile visibility.
it was zero in coatesville. now seven-mile visibility. look at the big improvement in the last couple of minutes. trenton was under a quarter of a mile. now a two-mile visibility. you'll see light fog. rain showers, very mild this morning. we looking at the 50s. that's rain coming down in cape may. clouds hanging out. we'll see cloudy skies and 50 degrees at 8:00 with northwesterly winds delivering the drier air. breaks of sunshine. it's going to be a mostly cloudy day with temperatures hovering into the 50s for most of the day. i'll go through the forecast neighborhood by neighborhood. jessica boyington is watching the first alert forecast. jes jessie. >> we have a 19-minute drive time which is typically a 12-minute trip or so. we're starting to get up there. speeds are averaged in the 40s. we're dropping for sure. these are the eastbound lanes right in here.
this is a tad slower. we do have an accident also in bucks county. right around bridge street to watch out for. there's police activity. out in macungie there is flooding. reports of closing at spring creek road at mill creek road. you can watch out for flooding in spots from the rain yesterday. mass transit doing okay so far with few delays. tracy. >> very foggy this morning but some of that is beginning to lift. >> visibility is starting to lift. nbc 10's katy zachry is live this morning. >> reporter: visibility is vastly improving. i can show you how good it is right now. we had incredibly dense fog earlier. when we went on the air at 4:00 a.m. we warned you about the dicey conditions. it was quite dicey. at times we couldn't go more
than 30 miles an hour. there was rain. you had to use your low beams. it with us nasty, especially with the fog. in the last half hour, 45 minutes we receive it in delaware county, chester county lift incredibly. coatesville is incredible this morning. they're saying zero visibility. now they're saying seven miles of visibility. things are vastly improved. there are patches around the area. parts of delaware were reporting pretty serious fog earlier. you just want to be aware that there was fog, serious fog this morning. it might still be lingers in your area, but right now we're seeing a great improvement. you should have a good commute ahead of you. reporting live this morning, katy zachry, "nbc 10 news." pgw crews have fixed a
four-inch crack in gas main that forced families to evacuate their homes. this happened overnight. in the past 15 minutes we've just learned residents have been allowed back in their homes. they're waiting for pico to turn the power back on and then they'll turn the gas back on. bill cosby will be back in court after a montgomery county judge ruled the case can go forward. he decided immunity ten years ago would not be valid. he left last night but did not say anything about the judge's decision. cosby's accused of drugging and sexually assaulting an employee. it dates back to a decade. over 50 have accused cosby over the past five decades. he's facing several suits.
a retired new jersey superior court judge tells nbc 10 there's a possibility some of those other victims may be called to testify in the montgomery county case. >> because there's strength in numbers. other wide you get down to one victim. he said, she said, and that's it. >> cosby's next date they'll decide whether there's enough evidence to go to trial. a hardware failure forced several tax return processing systems to shut down including the efile system which means right now you can not file an electronic tax return. you can still file your returns through other companies like turbotax or h&r blocks. they'd hold on. they'll let you know when
thatting is is working again. new this morning, if you live in bucks county, beware. as matt delucia is reporting imposters are calling pretending to be the irs. >> hello. >> reporter: and anyone can get the call, even if you're on a do not call list. with tax season ramming up, robo dialing machines are hitting every area code in the delaware valley. the people on the other end claim to be calling on be f of the irs, they aren't friendly, am some demand immediate payment. >> first of all, the irs wouldn't contact you this way but it's people at the other end bullying consumers. >> bucks county consumer director says the complaints are rolling in. >> we know we have victims in bucks county and there's victims across the country. >> the federal trade commission says nationwide complaints went
up by 50,000 from 2014 to 2015. the problem is getting worse. the irs says this. it will never call before sending you a letter, demanltd that you pay taxes without giving you a chance to appeal, require you to use a specific debit payment or ask for debit or credit card numbers over the phone. for a guy who deals with this all the time, he says it's difficult to stop but he does offer one big tip. >> don't call back. don't argue with them. don't tell them that you know it's a scam because they will just call back time and time again and they have the time to deal with this. >> reporter: and even better don't answer a call from a number you don't recognize this. i got some feedback including a viewer from wilmington who said she got one of these calls last week and i just heard from the treasury department, a real person, who says when you get one of these calls, on the
caller i.d., report that as well. every little bit of information helps. live in bensalem, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. 6:39. we're seeing improving conditions this morning. fog is disappearing but i'm tracking some very light showers that are still in the area, mainly dry during the day and mild all day long. the temperatures overnight never got cold. we're way above freezing. so no threat of any icing from those light showers. but there's a chance we'll see more showers. i'm tracking them for tonight into tomorrow and some areas may actually see some snowflakes first thing tomorrow morning, not today. 48 in doylestown. philadelphia, look at that. 57 degrees. it's february. 58 degrees in millville. the fog is quickly disappearing. an improving view from center city. we will see clouds to start with and you may need an umbrella briefly this morning. the rain has cleared.
but parts of delaware and south jersey, you're seeing light showers, during the break today, 45 this afternoon. upper 40s for reading and quakertown, way above freezing. mt. holly, dry during the day. breaks of sunshine in cape may. a mostly cloudy day for rehoboth. 59 degrees for this afternoon and the clouds will break. a little bit of fog still in the area but it won't last much longer. dry air is taking place in west chest chester. warmer and sunshine on sunday. before we get to the weekend, a chance of some rain and snow showers. i've got the futurecast when i come back in ten minutes. >> thank you, bill. we're getting some information in montgomery county. >> where is it, jessica? >> it's in montgomery county on
shopper's lane and wii lane. a lot of accidents starting to pop up with the added cars and volume where we're seeing slippery roadways become a problem. definitely be on the lookout for that. here's a look at vine street. actually you're seeing some flashing lights right in here. i eenl not exactly why this just happened a few moments ago. we will monitor the situation. as you can see, some slowdowns headed westbound toward the schuylkill expressway. we're starting to see the slowdowns also. eastbound, westbound, we're in the yellow right now 267892 minutes eastbound into center city. we're starting to slow down. vai. >> thank you, jessica. bill henley lifted the first alert but it's warm morning in the valley. a local school is about to get son tv exposure. which network will be filming the new series. the "ss united states" will be thrown a live preserver.
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covenant house pennsylvania will receive the fbi director's community leadership award. covenant house provides services for homeless, runaway, and at-risk kids in philadelphia. the director's leadership award is based on anti-crime efforts that have an impact on the community. right now on nbc10.com and our app you can see exclusive faces of youth and hear stories of those coping to live in the city without a place to stay and how leaders are trying to help them. it's 6:46 and 55 degrees in philadelphia. happening today it's world cancer day. an annual event to race awareness, to do that organizers want to give as many people as possible the chance to do that. it's trending on twitter. earlier this week the white house announced it hopes to spend $1 billion.
they launched the program earlier this monday. a report in this morning's new york times says i may travel again. the "ss united states" has been docked in philadelphia for decades. the ship's conservancy group will hold a believing at thement cruise terminal this morning to announce a redevelopment plan. they say they'll reveal an exciting future for the ship. happening today at the jersey shore, the battle over em nenlts domain in margate head to court. the state and the army corps of engineers are behind the plan. today's hearing will vote specifically on the state's use to use eminent domain to build those dunes. that means they could take over the land to finance the project.
governor chris christie has been vocal. he said, the project, should, quote, should not be held by what i believe very selfish homeowners who do not want to give in to the idea we have to build these dunes. fans at the wells fargo center will soon vz a kosher option when it comes to game time food. here's a picture of the kosher grill. it will be up and running for all major events starting on monday. it will be closed on monday, saturday nights during sundown and over passover. it's located behind sections 121 and 121 next to the flyers fan experience. 12 minutes before 7:00, went on the air with dense fog first thing this morning. the winds have shifted and kicked in. that's drier air that's flooding into the area. the fog is disappearing before our eyes and rapidly too.
look at the winds gusting to 25 miles an hour. you can see dramatic improvement across the delaware. now the low clouds are lifting as well. we'll get breaks of sunshine this afternoon. we'll be sure to get a break. look at the readings. the only spot, mt. pocono. reading, allentown and closer to 60 degrees in delaware and south jersey. still some clouds around. that i'll be in and out during the day today. it's not going to clear out completely but then look at the wet weather to the south. that is a possibility for us tonight. as it moves our way, colder air will start to move in. rain to start with. it arrives during the evening hours aet the coast. staying offshore first thing in the morning. that's an improvement. we may miss out on the showers altogether, which will be good. we would miss out on snowflakes
too. for today, sunshine. we'll get breaks. all day long mild into the lower 50s. tomorrow if the showers stay offshore, we won't see them at all in the morning. bright sunshine in the morning. 30s to start with, 40s in the afternoon. clearing out nicely on friday and cold mornings on the weekend. saturday and sunday will be below freezing and bright sunshine for the afternoon. go for it. >> look at that. >> it might be cooler, a little rain and cold on tuesday. there's just a chance of that happening. breezy and cool for wednesday. >> all right, bill. thanks for that. ten minutes to 7:00. let's get you out the door. >> jessica boyington with a look at traffic with your morning commute. >> i was waiting for you to keep going and talk about me. i liked it. i don't know. there was too long of a pause there. i made it awkward.
i'm going to keep it going. starting to see some delays and we -- actually pretty significant delays here on the eastbound side approaching the schuylkill expressway. we're in the red. this is adding 15 minutes to your morning commute eastbound to the schuylkill expressway. you see average highs 25 miles an hour. the another accident on white marsh on flower town road and joshua road and the bridge closure on the bald bridge, that will be active until april. you want to stay active. 'll have one last update in five minutes. >> all right, jessica. thanks. penn vet will follow fourth year students as they complete their studies at the university of veterinary medicine. it will show the day-to-day challenges they face while they care for animals from cats and dogs to guinea pigs and horses. penn vet is set to premiere this
year. nine minutes before 7:00. coming up, a check of today's headlines and the stories you need to know as you head out the door. an amazing video after powerful storms hit australia. one lightning strike, too close for comfort. plus an update on the breaking news we've been following all morning long. it leaks dangerous gas into a number of homes. we'll tell you all about it.
which reduced visibility for drivers, but this is what it looks like right now. this is pay olie chester county. you can still see patches during your morning commute. be careful. bill, visibility has certainly improved over the past hour, that's for sure. >> yes, it certainly has. that's a live look at the delaware across to center city. the low clouds are looking nice and we will see sunshine during the day today and the temperatures not bad at all. 55 trees in philadelphia. it's going to be a bit cooler tomorrow. 46 degrees the high temperature. and here, what the heck. i'll show you the rest of the seven-day forecast. there it is. dry this weekend. mild. >> fog is lifting but it could still cause problems for your morning commute. jessica has that. jessica? >> fog could be a problem. now we're starting to see that typical morning volume where
right here around 95 and cottman avenue a slow go into center city. we're now at 20 miles an hour. hazardous road conditions all across the board just in case. radner street, reports of that. vai. what a morning it's been for families living in the west oak lane neighborhood. within the last half hour they've been allowed to go back enside but residents had to leave because of a crack in the gas main. a presidential debate in new hampshire starts tonight on nbc yoo new jersey lawmakers will introduce a bile bill to raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour. right now new jersey's minimum wage is at $8.38. and rhode island s hopes to fix a computer glitch that's shut down their electronic filing system. we checked just now. you cannot file an electronic
return. matt delucia is digging into irs impost ters. >> we've gotten some responses on social media about this. she said she got a call about this last week. someone threatening her by phone. this was a common theme here in bucks county where we are right now. the consumer protection center says there's already been victims. it's getting worse. don't answer a call from a number you don't recognize and if you do, the treasurely department tells us it's a good idea to write down as much information about the call even the number that pops up on your it. d. and report that directly to if federal trade commission or the fbi directly. >> matt, thank you. this comes from australia where two friends caught a lightning strike on camera. whoo. the lightning hit so close the men felt the static from the
bolt. here we're watching out for fog. take a look at how the conditions have changed already this morning. this is a time-lapsed video showing the heavy fog lifting over the past three hours. but, bill, drivers could still see foggy patches this morning. remember, you can always get the latest weather forecast and watches and warnings with the bc 10 app. the "today" show is next. we'll see you for local updates in just minutes. thanks for watching. have a great day.
good morning. face-off, hillary clinton and bernie sanders at a forum in new hampshire. clinton on speaking fees. >> that's what they offered. >> donald trump accusing ted cruz of stealing the election. >> he is losing. we are liable to wake up one morning and donald if president would have nuked denmark. bomb or board? what blew a large hole on the commercial jet. the growing fears it was a terrorist attack. state of emergency. florida's governor